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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
PUSLLIC NOTICES. JOIN A LIVE FRIENDLY SOCIETY. By becoming a MEMBER OF COURT ESSENDON, Nip 740. Ancient Order of Foresters. NO ENTRANCE FEES. NO LEVIES. World wide Order. Lowest Rate of con tributions from Is Id per week. Sick Pay. £1 per week. Funeral Benefits, £20 Particulars from members, or .W. A. oADWALLADER. Sec. O Ardoeh street. Eseendon. LATHAM LOCAL BILL POSTER SFlinders Buildmgis. City, Telephone U2. J. CHEESE oCAS BUTrCHER. CORNER MOUNT ALEXA.NDEB ROAD and . TAYLOR STREET, MOONEE PONDS. Prices Lowest, Quality Beet, Cleanliness and Civility. A TRIAL SOLICITED. ALSO AT NORTH MELBOURNE. ALFRED STEBBING. DEPTFORD LAUNDRY 17 MARIBYRNONG RD., ASCOT VALE. (Opposite Masonic Hall). Awarded Silver Medal the Victorian Laundry Association. Melbourne. Exhibi. Lion, 1906. Shirts and Collars a Speolalty: Washing and Mangling. Work Called For and Delivered., ASPHALTING. J. A. HERITAGE 52 PASCOE VALE ROAD. MOONEE PONDS. Undertakes ASPHALTING and SUPPLY of MATERIAL at,lowest - Current Rate...
Tadgell Bros.' Auction Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
Tadgell Bros.' Auction talts. On Saturday next, March 7, at three o'clock on the property. Messrs. Taugell Bros. are advertlsed to sell by public auc tionn a commodious and pleosantly situated silia residence at 16 Bent street, Moonee sonds. oleo property is situated on land 4rlt- by 51t to made r.o.w., and contains I rooms, voestibule. bathroonm. scullery. streasouse, and other conveniences. Orders to View and lurtllcer particulars Iromn the auctioneue On Thursday, March 12, 'Tadgell Bros. will sell by csetion 7 lots of free lhold properties in the estate of the late Johnl .lcGregor, comprising sub stantial villa, cornler I'ark street and 31Mt. Alexsander road block of land in P'ark street; brick shop and dwelling, corner Mt. Alexanader road and Taylor street; 3 wvb. villas and one cottage residence, in Taylor street. For par ticulars see advt. Messrs. Tadgell Bros. will tcell by public autolnO osl Saturday. March 14, commenc log :ut three o'clock. ive fine building sites. in thle ...
"Get" and "Got." [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
"What puzzles me about your Eoiglisi oloniul langusage," said tioe rench visitor, ":u your words 'get' and lgot.' They are veiy.. confusing. You get up.in the morn lig or you geta thing wlhen you put- out your hand and lilt it. Sio far, so good; out then .you get everything-you get mal. you'get tsu ved. you get-"elt, aud tuelt you get right-by getting at somuebouy ese in return.. If.you get wlut's coming to you, -you perlhups get Iiinlch?l by a police isue.. .ll-you are got at iy a .udge, uut get sevon days. You get married. you get Il, you 'get well. and wlhen you are in at lurry. you get up alll get. If you sucecu inii:.businuss, you get on. you goet children, you- got-Au-, your reur to get is very be wildering-.what, yes, no? -- (?-t"4-h- - .
Rain Guage for February. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
Thaiu Uuago for kebruairy. Mlr. H. E. liollick. JI'.. of Mouoie rondo suplplies liu lollowwing rgures:- 1911, 1.92; 1012, .b4; 1914. .10. 1Cu)JLeoaturc Iii tho .olou oi. 9 ao;.. lobotlary, 1914, Itlklglct, 0.; wryeust, 12, alorage, 7; 1913, Iligrles, , towest, 5b, avorogo. 70; 1914, Itglhest 90. a,.. oat 64. verage, 20.
IS STIPENDIARY CONTROL A SUCCESS? [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
is sT I1PeD1ARY CONTROL .\ SUCCESS? e " m nr7-eA yl ?.o"cttberwCJCIeu--ttrated `. great attentioni In Wallalo and'Mleritus in thleir respective-racs. In tile case-of 1al-. - lalo, who performed so indifferentIy last week in thle Woodelile IHandicap, at Caul field., and his marked improvement in the Essetldon Stakes on much worse conditions, and in a better field, was the general topic of conversation among tile patrons of the sporL present. lBeore' the horseso returned to the- weighing enclosure it was the gene ral opinion that ain- i quiry was. needed, and it proved-to be correct, as tho stewards raised the question. The ecase was post: poned until Monday, when tile parties con ceroe were asked to appear-at tile V.r.C. oflices for further learing. After about. : on hours- sitting: tile 'stewards deem. cd thle evidence satisfactory. -This- de cision has been received by the general rac lag public with much disfavour.?Under the sld b'stem the decijtaps of:tht"honorry, stewards, whio ...
TURF TOPICS RACING FIXTURES. 28, March 3, 5, 7. VICTORIA RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
TURF TOPICS By Even Time. RACLcN FIXTURES. 28, March 3, 5, 7; VICTORIA. RAO ING CLUB._ MARICH. 11. ,OUNEE VALLEY 1ACES. 14. VICTORIIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB. "_ 1S. SANDOWN PAlK RACES. 21. M? ONEE VALLEY RACES. 25: - SUNBURY RACES. 28. ASPENDALE PARK RACES. The autumnu campaign, under the auspices of the V.1...., will be terminated at blemingtoo on Saturday next, when the racing fraternity .will once more be catered for with a most elaborate programme, and providing the weather is favourable, a good attuenanco slrould be the result. Flinchi, who was under the care of B. Bradfield, has been transfered from this State toNew South Wales. "Third Best" and "Julia B," are two new additiolns to the Caulftleld tracks. They both come fromn New South Wales. 3MLuoet Bell, who, it is said, ricked her self. has been sent back to South Aus tralia. L.KIi. is nowlan ihumato of C. Quinn's establislmnt at Flemington. along with Captain White, towuit and Co. Fred McCabe.'who was successful on Obi in the la...
St. Thomas Church. Director of Sunday Schools. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
St. 'T'homas Church. Direcltor of Sunday Schoolt. Ou Scundta" ornicug. the Rev. W. E. Dietn slat \till lelictver :l Ltenlen address. and ill tile v-inln the Booe. o?o?eo tVilsoen wltI onltille thile qluiet talls atllOut tile Mlater. then tihe subjet wiii he I"Upheld ill Weari no-s." A iilit-week nercice will be hleld on \ellldesdty tetllllesti at 7.30. Tl'he C.E.o.S. urg'e alt chulcllell t, attenlld notelll if ilot ali of these .clltell talk-. At the atllul ottie llo of tile Sunllday School Association tile Alichbisiop tttisOttIvcett that as soon as Or. \Vitton ias ttc frolmt Ihis duties at St. lionlumat, he iwould be tapsinted lirector of Situnlay Shclhools, :totl \olhud ?i'c Ils nllole litle to this teock. Sutlh t t;lack could only h' unslietlt ell y ouc ' ll Ito lntlew wtllt ia eoouud Sulltnday s.clool wa like andd tad?alo a kiownlede of lnoders elutcutional prin citttes?t?tid liet llsts. .lh. Wilson had tdis kllowied¢ anlld it woauld lie brougtt withint tile eacilc l tcutelarlai...
Book Disinfection. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
look Disinfection. Cr. Showers carried an important motlnl0 at Monday's Essendon Council meeting, viz.:--That all books of the Essondon .Pub lie Library be disinfected on their return. h'lis precaution is a wise one. not thlat there is any immediate cause for action e5 the Kind, but because ot the fact that liorary books aind their way into numerous sick roomos, and tihus may readily prove a tertilo source for the dissemination of banctil germs. Cr. Showers deserves pib lic thaniks tor his wise and thoughtful cnort to protect public health. Precautions of this kind taken eilore disease outbreaas have a far higher value than when taken utter trouble las arisen. Cr. Shqwers' pro vision is at once all important sanitary rc uuirensett tlhat hould be observed as re gardso all clrculaoting libraries. --O-O-®..
Brunswick Drainage Works. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
lrunswick iDraminage W.rlksa. At the meeting of BIrunswick Council oni' Monday a report was received lrom tihe eis uurveyor (Mlr. Roblnson), suoimittiig tie to. lowiug list of drainage schemes, togetller with an estimate o1 cost, and recommenl. lug that theo scllemes be carried out in the orier submitted:--J Aluort streett drain, -.inO,: (O) bopeo street drain. Loaw-' • Carlo streoet'ld Albion street, £12,?: (is. lrain tIown iluoual street, etist of Holmes streot. 4JOO; total, .h,bio. It wos decliled tlut the surveyor oe'iunstructed to prepare ;lans and. specilcations for the wore men tiOlned in scoume ni) aund scheme (b), wilt at view to the Couuncil floating a lian for the purpose of carrying nut the works ando thllat he be authorised to employ tile neccs-. nsary assistance in the preparatory workb. -.?-®-0.-0
NEW GOVERNOR TO PERFORM THE OPENING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
NERW GOVERNOR TO PISEtFORIM 'TIIE OPENIMLG CEREMONY. At tile outset, tile Mayor uannounced tlhat a comtnunoiction had been received from Sir Author Lyulph Stanley, thle new Go. vernor, promising to open the fete. It twas not dlolitely knlown whether Lady Sitanley would be able to accompany ills ":xcellency. but there is a good probabil. It, that liaer Ladyship will also be preo out. Arrangements were made to get out 250 wiindow cards bearing two large engrav. ings of our boy soldiers. the pictures belng obtained tlhrough the 'kindly instrtmlental. ity of Cr. John Goldsworthy. Tile result is that a striking uud lshowy card will help to adsvertiso tite military fete. Rleports were received from the Iheads of tile various stalls. In all cases most of the ladies announcedl that they lhad plelnty of vaculres for donations of ca.h and goocds. Claptain Wells announced that a guard of honour would be arrageodl from thle Sentor Cadets. Mr. E. A. Bond, a gentleman well verred In matters of ho...
MILITARY FETE. 26-2-14. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
- ILITARY FETE. Dear Sir, or Madam,- 26-2-14. 1 beg to draw your attention to the above fete to be held in the Queen's Park on ,aturday, March 28th. 't'he object is to raise funds to be ttilised for tile encouragementt of ttle local mili tary forces (bothl rifles and cadets). Apart froto tile defene aspect, thle traitn ing of our youths sill utttdoubtedly hltve a gooil effect ot tile well-being of our ris ing generation, but more particularly- so it they take a keet interest in their work. aWe believe that thits interest oill be greatly stimulated if tile boys see that theml elders arO taking Inotice of. and are willing to give tlhet encouragetment. . As cttitzens of Eshendott it oholtld be our Isrido, as it is our duty, to see that the Issetttlon IHegiment 'is one of tle best, if not tlbe best in tle metropolitan area. I therefore confidently uppecal to you to suspport tit movement to the best of yoll ailttiy. tni I sllhall he tost pleased to acknowsledge any donations., however ma...