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ASCOT VALE B V. SOUTH MELBOURNE. ASCOT VALE B, 124. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
ASCOT VALE Ii V. SUUTII MELuOUR E. ASCOT VALE 11, 124. i'eipard. Bunn. S. Thomtpson, Shad stock .28 H1aye', Trennory, Anderson, Pratt ... 26 iesse. lolcLur, C owlS. 1riggn ............ 44 % arsi. tole. IIioiitod, Coster ....... 24 4OCT11 21ELB0WINE. 86. Slhaw. Collins, McFarlane, Miitchell ... 20 .41,100 ,Uoidsojjsss. Fairweathier, Sauul. Seri .................. .................. 26 icieslsrus. Square, Warner. Cohn . . ! 0555lseutOOcO,. Ilieisinbssrhao. Tat. 11000 ... ... ... ... ...... ... .--... . .. 2
Essendon v. Studley Park. ESSENDON, 123. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
Esseudoll v. Studley Park. ESSENDON, 12. Bloetell. Showeors, larrie. Riley ...... 21 Cooke, Gordon, U. Stpllee, 1us. l .. . Beoard. Latlg. Weare, Rlussell ... 54 W. Stephens, Jeuklus, Colx Taylor ... 40 STUDLEY PARK, 68. Cocerlid, eluntz. Whitman, Wiehart ...,26 lhlake, Boetlellllelr, Gaines, Kay ....: 1t? ltalllp, 'J'odd, .Irham. 'ergussoll ...... 17 1;II111-i ," I- ltnmrt.. ?,~l,'dnn_ v .uulrl1
Aberfeldie v. Flemington. ABERFELDIE. 113. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
Alwrlolaln ý I"'Irllnlill -"- - Mtcitdoe.' Guliin. Sloclking.' rlrc .. '.'I Kemp,. J. Davies, Newbold. W. Davies L4 SklmIIo. P'aci(oCk. Clltiff M:aini ........... 20 krdser. ,oYlug. Braithwaaie, t rieve ... at FLEMLNG(TON, 83. Sitevene. Barrett. Myers. Norri . . ... 27 Parek .,lcKeszie. Uladeis. Osborne ,.. 22 icarnmis , B rown, Swindells. tirigg . ,.. 2U Walker, Nelson, Watson. Asigus ........ 12
SPEED UP. HOW TO DO IT. EGBERT HUBBARD'S ADVICE. REST MEANS RUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
SPEED UP. HOW TO DO IT. EGIJERT HUBBHARD'S ADVICE. REST MEAN? S RUST. The Master-man is simply a man who is master of one person-himself. When you have masteied yourself you are then fit to take charge .o ocher people. The Master-man is the persons wlio has evolved Intelligent Industry, Con centration, Confidence, until these thinis become the habit of life. Industry in its highest sense means conscious, useful intelligent effort. Carried to a certain point, industry is healthful stimulation-it' means ac tive circulation, good digestion, sound to thlie point of exhaustion. Before he is tired out he iwill, turn his attenhtion to something else and find rest in change. The ability to coucentrate requires the ability to relax. In order to work you must know howv to y.who carry great burdens aind responsibilities are. always those who are able at times to lay down the bur-. dena slid be a child with children. They canl laugh. And there is'no medicine equal to the merry laugh. 1t is the ...
SETTLING A BULLY. PULLING HIS NOSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
SETI'LLNN A BULLY. IPULLIN( illS NOSE. 1A ti: Itewnmao was talken ln Ota A?ld I lustering toule about his many achie \euents in duelling ts Ihe tranelled in Ol tny with eveeral 1passngers ill tile t1atlkig co ullptinltl of a railway train. lIi the eorlner oppolite to hitl sat a Sonall Illl It luietlv ratlillFg a uagaite, land to hint ie leant ,,ser and arrogantly, said: ttoocielr, whait woUtl you tlo it yoru wore tlt;llaengetlS" "1 shouhl relfute., wa the nhtiesitating reply. A];! ahl! I thought an much. Rleft?ne t1( be brantdedl acoward! llt if a at tle aan offered you tile lchoce of it du ,l or a PIublic whipll ing: then whal?" "Id take the wlipping." "Alt alt! 1 thought so fronm your loolis. tUlppttte, monsieurr. yotu had outlly sl:ai Iecred Ile?" "I inever olander.' thetll monstieur, supitOt I lad coolly and dlelilerately iutnultedl you; wllttt would you ido?" S"I'( rie utit flis stay, pt Illy book downt tihn nay, reoalc over like thias, andt take Ilim by tle ilose, atnd give it...
WEST'S PICTURE PALACE [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
WEST'S PICTURE rvle excloslve piceture at West', Pictnre Palace for this welek is etitled "The otolc Child." It is a most enthrallinog story, being the romnulce of a yontng life bhleh stands bctwecn it eruel. crlfty man and ;a fortune. The film. whlich covers ;lfJfI. is adapted from the wonderful taror. "'Sans Famille,'" written b" Hiector i:talet. Tihe principal character of lemint a:utbr;ais-tbe stolen clhild--is sunstained by IMario Fromat, who ptayed Cosette int LeO Miserubles," and wlho, as a child actress, is celebrated throughlout tle world. Thle ploay commences at a period wheni a rich brother dice. leaving asn his only hleir a sickly boy, who is not exlnectgd to live, noid lobCert Daubrais. the survivnlg brother. a French merchant residing ti Lonidol. has every hope of inhlcriting his brotller' lortute. His desire is not renal ised, hlowever, for his sister-in-law. Mad amc Daubrais, gives birtlI five. ttntmltls later to a, healthy child, christened ReIlcmt, who. s IRobert's...
TURF TOPICS RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
TURF TOPICS Bi Even Timr. ., ?IRACING FIXTURES. i4, 21. VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB 28, Mardi 3, 5,.7. VICTORIA IRAC. -1NG' CLUB. .MARCH. 11. M1OONEE VALLEY RACES. 1.1. VICTORIA AMATEUR TURFl CLUB. 'i. SANDOWN P1ARK RACES. 21. MOONEE VALLEY RACES, 25. SUNBURY RACES. 28. ASPENDALE PARK RACES. SThere promises to be a good number of yearlings offered for esalo at M3lessrs. . C. bulle and Company's sale yards at Aew. market. "Many highly.-bred yooungster, will be offered at the forthcomintg aututnl sales; Alf. Hart hla derided to ca T. N 0. iii her torr. 'i'ihrelor shle will be os the easy list for a lshort time. Meajor Sly hasn rcturnledl to the care of U. Htarrison again, it Flfmiagtois. J. N. McGregor ii in fine firln jlla~t ;t present, and the manner is Whilch lie llandllede \\iddcn in tile Warrien Hurdle at Caulfleld, os Satnirday, deserves great credit. Delphicsl, who paid a lirofiftable trilpi t TaIs anua, has returncr to Flemington, and looks woll. The race for the Federal ,takes...
SOCIAL BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
SOCIAL 'BREVITIES :Tlie marriage of Cr. 'JoseIth Wamin. formerly M ay*r of Brunswick.to mIs Cohen, younger daughter of Mr.,-David Cohen, of "Sob," Mitchell street, Bruns. wisk. will be celebrated at the Synagogue. Bourke street, Melbourne. on Thursday evening, February 26. On Saturday last, tile 15th inst.. tie sleath ocourred, at lallarat; of Mrs. Sut ton, wife of Mr:-Fred Sutton, of Sutto'se Propty. Ltd.; music warehousemen of Bal. larat and Melbourne. She was a daughter nf Mr. F. Jtea, boot warelioouseman. one of Ballarat's pioneer traders; Rev. A. (U. .West, at one': time incu1 bent of St. Thomas'se, Essendon; and now rector of St. Dunsatan-in the-Eanst, London. has been appointed Jones Lecturer on thle nomination of the Ifaberdashers' Com puny. In that capacity he recently de livered the' first set of lectures durins Advent at St. Margaret's Clhurch, Loth. hury. Tile Jones lecturetip was founded in 1615. . - * 0-4--a. -' Mrs. Willie Fred Watts (utice Misi? Janey Uwynne) will be...
BOWLED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
BOWLED OUT. SAbout once a month this paper re ceives picturo postcards, and other photos Iroal Westralians abroad, par ticularly from Egypt, showing the tra vellers on camel lack in the vicinity of the Pyramids and Sphinx. .o6re than often Iwe have" bcen -in= clined teb*doubt tho bona fides-of soma of those photos, as the senders were known to have gone straight on through the Suez Canal to Europe, not stopping at Egypt, as shown in the pictures. Then we remembered that in Port Said are studios where you can have the photo of your head put on to the bodies of tourists who have really been taken close to the mighty memorials of the ancient Kings of Egypt. Last week, however, one arrived thllt cmllllpetcly gave itself away. In it a well-known \Westralian and hiLs wifo aIre even seated on donklleys staiding clove. to the Pyramids, and Sphinx. Close examination showed the back iround of decert, I'yratmids, and Sphinx to be faked in by the dtiuale photo process, the picture of the touur ...
NOTES BY THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
NOTES BY THEI WAY. dis? not By "Observer." r Cases continue to be reported to hme the coroners from time to time of young children who had gone to bed ph with their mothers the evening pre- ally vious, being found dead in the morn- th ing, and the result of an inquest is ing generally that the infants were over laid during the night.. Despite cor onial cautions on the danger as to young children occupying the same bed as adults the practice shows no signs of diminishing, and it has been suggested in some official quarters that it should be made a criminal of fence. As it is the mother in such abi cases is without doubt morally guilty tor of what is termed "criminal negli- on gence," and if the dictates of cdmmon ski sense, and natual regard for the safety Ile of their offspring will not keel) people ih 1 from placing the lives of babies in jeo- lii pardy, probably a legal enactment is of the only way to knock it into their tii heads. no --®-®-®?-b0 A nut for modern criminologists to...
SONG OF THE PRINTING PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
SONG OF THE PRINTING PRESS. "See tile league-long web of paper flying free: See the glistening ink-black rollers pressing tight To plates whereon the letters are fast bound ii molten fetters, Letters telling tales of human wrong and rig ht, . . . With b fWrong and right : With beatific bending to thi? rigli?tr "When cylinders are hiinuming like the wind, lid the . paper sliindle's iWhinzziig through its stays, Wheni the. darting tapes are guidiig sheetsain sight andsheets in -id 'T'hen you r conlprehension's. tangle in the maze. In the manct e ii the' mighty,-v heavng, whirrifig. buirring maze. llf completed, all accomplished istiheo In"service of the great m inds and the less: 'Now, arising grand' before:us'mmi a sweeping, swelling chorus, - He ir the diapason boomings of the press, Of the. rest, And the full-toned vox huiiana 'iof. the "press: - " 'O' the mighty :ones of Cosmos I iwaes born;: Of the labor and. the will :that ride the earth: In their energy kinetic heair you miot, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
BOARD AND. RESIDENCE. SUPERIOR Boars and Resideiae, "Ken wyn," 5 Ardmillan road. Really good table. RMSS HENDERSON. THE STRAND. 54 iBokle st.. offers Suterior Board. Residence to gentlemen. BlOARDER. Geatleman,' 15ts, without washlling; 6s with washing. 108 islaribyr cong road, Moonee Ponds. WIDOW ihas vacancy for 2 young olen,: good ome. piano nr trai and t nd ran. 43 North street. Ascot:.Vole. -WANTED, Good Single Room or Bed sittili RILooe. State toerms to "K." "Ga e01te0 offiee. .. • FOR SALE. wHrrE Leghorn Pullets, laying ansu killing fowls, cheap. F. Jackson, 180 Pas co4 Vale road. Moonce Ponds. WASTE Paper for sate, cheap. Aspply "'Essedon Gazetteo office. IPLANET JR., Horse, Ho ECultivator, steel frme, hardly used; cheap. 99 The. Par aloe, Ascot Vale. " .W nd SIDE Saodlle, lady's bicycle, letter press, churn, ldairy utensils, garden roller, tools, Lesghorn, Stinorca, ltnt Spanish- Pullets. prize, strani, and ouondrles. Leaving the State. "Kadnook," Kinnord street. Essen 'lo ...
TRANSFER CHALLENGED DISPUTE ABOUT AN HOTEL. UNDUE INFLUENCE ALLEGED [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
TRANSFER CHALLENGED ---4+-- DIS?'UT''E ABOUT rAN ilOTEL. UNDUE INFLUhNCE ALLEGED 1I tile First Civil Court yesterday, be fore Mr. Justice Mood. tile llhearingwlis continuied of tile suit ill .wlhich Carles Alfrerd Spoog. Salisbury street, Moonce. Ponlds. seeks -to recover possession of the Slaribyrnolog Hotel, near llrayroo?k. froii his Ogln, allrles Jalnes Ssong,. ?itliel ground that tile traesfer was a ailled by lnUoe influelle. Tile trall?r2';as enceut el oil eptlnember 15, l9?!9 -llod registeredt on biohallll of the del',dalut ol tile lolloiw ing day. it \wai- :.egetl that thl delend anllt lt tile i d acquired suchi dolnill loll overl ol tile lailltjiff. se to nl belllg a rree aglen the truansfer was i ?.dula ofliitlill il tel'tc ' y. Is Sr. C. J. Moalc"rtaurlit a,. L~ieiih erIh r o plitifif", lid .ir. iirya!iil uld Sir. Cuseln ll iltructed by Mr. Clilrles liarnetti for tile detendant. Clharles Jamies Spong,i thle dellndant, fur ther euanii ed by Mr. Bryant. said ithat Ihis late...
Scholastic Matters. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
S- Scholotstic Muatters. To thle list of those pupils of the E~et-e do:t chuool sho won exhisitious should ILhave been added Arthur Leith. son of a one tlme- LLromtnielt citlizl?. This lad was aset -o 'front tlhe lrighlto school, where he had attlended for some moiths before tile exallination.l. Leith won sol agricul tural exhibition. It i it wolderlullY good record for the pupils of ote schlool to eecur so mualny exhibitions, ald slowse thalt they mnust have beeo well taught right throgll thle school.
BLANK VERSE AND BLANKER VERSE [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
BLANK VERSE AND BLANKEiR VEIISE Sermons-in blank verse are the lat est innovation into the church service, ntroduced by the Rev. James Silves er, M.A., vicar of Great Clacton England). Here are some extracts from the irst sermon: Then passed a Lovite also by the place hVero lay the wounded traveller nigh to death. He came and gazed upon tile paiuful scene As though the priest had told the truth to him Thlat he might help his temple bro ther still, And do the duty that belonged to both But what the priest would not, could he not do, And thought, perchance, the mall as Sgood as dead. i --Daily paper. Now. listen to my version--Me A certain merchant went to Jericho, Down limestone roads from old Jeru salem, And there were thieves, fell, on the barren ground, And these, both crying "Up, black guards, and at him!' Upsprang and choked him wellJ A.h, well, a day Il 'Twas meet they did it, for they wele an hungered. And he they choked a. stake held in the country. So went they through him t...
OUR FREE SELECTION WHY THE MINISTER SHOUTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
OUR FREE SELECTION WHY THE MINISTER SHOUTED, A reporter from the "Daily Milk round" interviewed the Minister for Defence last week on the subject. of aerial defence. The following acco.Qnt of tho interview appeared in that paper: Our reporter asker Senator Millen what was being done in regard to aer ial defence. The Minister: Ahl, yes, I seem to have heard of them. Things that fly, ehP Our Reporter: No; they are kept in boxes in a cellar. Of course you've heard of them. You have three. The Minister (indignantly): I haven't you can search me. Our reporter: Bet you drinks. * Minister: Done. (Rings telephone bell and speaks). . That you, store man? . .. Reporter here says we have three aeronauts-no, aeroplanes -iu the collar ... No, I thought not . . . What? Them thins .with e irei and wivngs like kites . - .? hi kseakp I a o .' iatce by imice end cockrofnsp' anes. (Rings off and turns ea ur eporter). Well, the drinks are on me. But whats the use of th darn ed things? Our reporter: Oh,...
MOTOR 'BUSES ESSENDON'S EASTERN PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
MOTOR 'BUSES\ SSLNiON is EIASTERN PROPOiiALS. Suljoiutd axe the views of Cr.'?W. J. Mountain : As tile council lhas been led to believe that tile proposed bus service wilt pay its way from tile very start or. that in ianly case the difference between the -earnings :anid expenses will bie negligiblo, one is thoroughly justiled l sniftiru thie evidenlce o whitch tils statement lsfountded. Ac. companying the sub-coummittee's report, plresented to tihe seeting. of tile repro. seotatives on the 22nd August last, is a table setting forth tile operatilig costs of tile service according to theo- several bus mlalkcrs' represeotalltives wlo'intervlew.tle sub-commnittee. Whilst wishing Inl no. wly. to discount the labhours of the conference, it is regrettnble that it failed to obtainl evidence from someone actually :engaged ill opcratlig buses or tramways.- A casual glance at the table ijustifies tile -remark nmtdo at tile last council mieetilg-tliht tllose iasisting tihe conference were- not ...
OUR CONTEMPORARIES PARTY POLITICS IN LOCAL COUNCIL. A DISASTROUS EFFECT [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
OUR CONTEMPORARIES FROM THE "FOOTSCIIA ADVElsRTER." PARTY-POLITICS IN" LOCAL COUNCIL. A DISASTROUS EFFECT Though the local Labor leagnee 1ro lens to bevery indignant because Cr. Jen klms. exercising his undoubted right of Iprivate judgment,, voted for tile reduc. tion of the rate and for the re-election of Cr. Shillabeer as representative of Foots cray on tile Metropolitan Ioard, tllegrent majority of ratepayers are with him on both cquestions alnd hlonour hint for reflls ing to bow the knee to the advocates of spoils t-uthe victors. It is reeognised by. every right thlinking Iperson that tile first dtty of a councillor is not to a elf-con botituted and irresponsible organisation. but to tile rateliayerb who elect him atlt that icy councillor who votes agaiilst wlhat hle colsiders to be it tile best Inter csit ,t the district, is false to those lie represents false to hiis oathl of office andl fale In lIli colleienele. . It has been very Il" said that no ill tia i l0ll c erve two ll...