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Position of Clubs at end of tenth round. "A" Section [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914

Position of Clubs at end of tenth round. "A" Section Clubs Won Lost Drawn Pts. A. V. Congregational 9 1 24 A. V.Church of Christ 8 2 17 F. and K. Presbyterian 8 2 17 M. P. Methodist 6 4 6 Maribyr'g Presbyterian 6 4 6 Kensington Methodist 5 5 0 Nth. Ess. Methodist 3 7 -11 Sth. Ess. Methodist 4 6 -11 A. V. Methodist 2 8 --17 "B" Section Clubs Won Lost Tied Points St. Paul's 10 0 28 M. P. W. Methodist 8 2 18 Flemington MethodLt A 8 2 10 Essendon Christ Church 7 3 12 A. V. Congregational 5 6 0 Moonee Ponds Methodist 5 5 0 Flemington Methodist B 3 7 -15 Essendon Baptist 2 8 -18 Mar. Presbyterian 2 8 -10 Moonee l'onds Baptist 1 1 -24

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SCOTTISH CRICKET. FITZROY V. ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914

SCOTTISHu CIIICKET. By "Outeld." FITZIOY .. ESSE"NDON. Cotcluded at Princes Oval, and won by Fitzroy by 107- rutns on first innings. The match. Fitzroy v. Essendon. whicJI was finished on last- Saturday, was cer tainly disappointing to Essendon followero. Not that they had much hope for a wil. •the Pitzroys' score of 164 for. 9 wickets on the previous Saturday hlaving loomed large, and with the last wicket, adding 23 rins to their credit. Esnendos had a big job laid out for thei. and the result proved that practically in all points of the game -tlat easeon's premiers were outclase?d by their opponents. At the conelusion of lthe utatel. Captain irimshlaw gave the Fitz royites every credit for thie lctlendd core they pot t. ,anld iesured Ithe winners that Es?ldou., havingll tllree prenierlhips otl of four seasonb and one rtlnners-l ho to teir credit, it was uo litgraie tio lie beaten y such a untled tea m , the Fiitz iroy.lll wished them everyr- euccee ill the 1illl tiatlcei. Presiden...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914

S .? . ..... ............. ... ... 184 ESSENDODI; First Innings.. Grlmshaw, G., c. b Wheeler, F....... 7 Bennie, B. b Merton..L, .. ......... 4 Moir J,, b Wheeler, c W .... ..... ... 3 Forsyth. t., b Mlerton, L ... ....... 0 Cameroni . Ae, b McDonald ... ..... 13 Bennie, C.. b Ierton, L......?... .... 11 Whitelaw, C., b McDonald _.......... 5 Bailey , A. c b Wheeler, F. ".. 5 Blruce, A.. c, b Wheeler. F .. 5 Thonas i.,. not out............ 3.. 5 Sundries ........................... t11 Total ............... ......... n77 A. r? bSecond Innings. Bruce A, Merton, L ................ 19 Thomas, G. c. h lerton, It. ....... 15 Bailey. A.,. b Merton.L .......... 0 Whitelaw. C., b Merton, It ........... 0 Bennie. .. not out ............... 4 Sundries .....1...................... Four wickets for ...........:... 0 Bowling.-Merton. L., 5 for 23; Mertoil. ItR.,. 2 for 1; \Wheeler. F., 5 for 48, McDonald. 2 for 11. SNICKS. Esasendon's tipster was a ling way out; lie ought to get a job as weather...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SECOND ELEVENS. ESSENDON V. PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914

SECOIND ELEVENS.. ESSEŽPDON V. PRAII.&. This matlch was commenced. on tile Essen. doll cricket ground last tSatunrday. Pranran won the toss and taking advantage o1 a good last wicket decided to bat. esnoisg Martinl and Raush to the wicket.s, opposed to the bowling of Whcatley and Clellew. Rush did not stay long,. being clean bowled by Chellew. Martin soon followed Ihis club mate to tho Ipavilion. being easily cauglht bJy Lindell off the bowling of Wheatler. Plowman camne to the rescue of Prahran. an goaven a really brilliant display of biat tlog, and was not disposed of until lie m:ale 57. when Wheatley, wol was bowling uI his best form, diamissed him "wit it puzzling ball. Flessellyn, lealy, Clrlstii, adll 'league,. only added 18 runs to tlhe score, but Hlawkins (24 not out) and lorlSey (120 cave some trouble. Junor manoe a lucky eight. when he wlas run out. ile score reached 159 russ, of wliich. "1 were for oundries. WVheatley obtained 5 wickets ;or '? runs off 9J bails. L...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ESSENDON CLUB XI. V. KEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914

ESSENBOD CLUB .S. '. ?iW. This match eax played on tihe prettily situated oval at tie hew Asylum growuds on a turl wicket that was rather tricky at the oplening. Esascndoti. winning the toss. enlt kcr leholl and Tudelhope to the wickets antl dCespite some good bowling by Crouch and O'USrieu. the score mounted to Z4, belore 'Tudehope was bowled in an en deavour to pull a fast straight one. lie hlad made 10. Skeltou soor followed, being eauglt off tho googly bowler, and Broml field whllo was next. hit luckily for 29 be forn meetingt with the daIte ate. Cain, beat him to his ,rreae, and. he wlent m*a vilionwarda with 29 to Iri credit. O'Brien 16 and Lowo 10 were the only others to make any stand. and the innings elosed for 108 Itwo men short. The ikuw team possesses some first-class batsmen, and as they wese well acquainted with the eondl tlons ol tile bround, tley gave a good ctetli of trouble, despite some excellent bowling by 'udehope (wihu bowled 18 overs for ld runsi, Lowe, O'Brie...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914

CORRESP ONDENCE lO"iOtK3IEN'S COMIPEX5\SATXON ACT. To tho Editor. Sir,--I see by the dally papers that the wage-paying sections of the community are waking up to the fact that another baurden of a particularly vexatious character has bee impiosed upon them, and that hence forth all wage earners have to be insured ngalnst the results of accidents incurred in their employmenL Now. I m riot dell ing the beneficent nature of such incur yinor..,,:sragt o,.U no hbefore tthere ws anly lab?our-pa"ty.;--felt n.my owln mind that the ihelplessnesscaused by accident.-dis.eas or malformatIon at birth Shllotld Im borne not by the individual. but by the comniutn ity at large; and fortunately this hulan itarian sentiment lhas beren making Ieard way. particularly in Australia. No eocep tion can be talkeu to tie principle ot in -urance to workere, but why shlotuld the benefit Ie limited to the wage earllers ouly. tand ttle burden placed wholly onl tile wae payers? -Are the wage earners the oily worke...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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BOWLING [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914

BOWLING I-4---- -The championship of the Aberfeldio ;reen has been won by Mr. P. Grieve, he hlving won every game competed for. The final game was strenuously fought out with Mr. U. J. Guiln. who gave a fine exhibition of bowling, and only lost by 4 points. Both players are pgood sporlts, and were con gratulated on their consistent llay throughout the competition. This club is possessed of some comino colts, who will be heard of in tho bowling world in the near future. Several trophies are now being competed for. viz.:--The president's (Cr. Mountain) vice-presidents' (UMessr. Guinn, Lyons and etenwell), and the Buzzard, Newboldi and MBcCutheon troephies. The young colts are doing well in the handicaps. A gymkhana is to be held in connection witl the ladies croquet tournament. on April 4th, The hamonship of the Acot \'yule lades' Bowling'Club has bean wo by Mrt. A. E. Young, who defeated Mrs Mort. iDaies in the final game by 21 to 13. B.oth players put up a sterling gaome from a bowl...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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THE FINISHING TOUCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914

riii: FINISHING LN IUCFI. A ouple of Ilrijsliiiit', twere stanIdinig in flut of a grccllglrg 'rshop, anidl one of ihet a hlalOplV to notice somltL extlr:a large melons in it. * Iegorra ," said Is, 'theni's big oran1ges. ain't thiny?'' His friend looked in "iunder at the fruit. "Shiire, theni's thin biggest I ovr atw," hn answtird. "It wouildni't ti many uf themi toniake a dozeni"

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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ESSENDON POLICE COURT Monday, 2nd March. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914

ESSENDON POLICE COURT ----+ Monlday, 2nd Mlarch. ofolore Dr. tlartell ichaiJran, CL. r. Show irs, and Mr. W. H. Beck, justices. tebt Coases. T. i1 Doughty v. Mrs. Latw aon--Order by consent for £3 l2s, with .£ 6s cost. S;ami v. Lawson-order by collseli for .C5 ls 2d. with £1 to coats. Payment by intatulments 'of £1 per month. rs.i Morgao v. J. isclledry. ,Mr Carroll aiked h e iaverdict to be entered ul by crIIIseCnt for £4 4in with £:1 6 costs; pnaymnt 1t ca;ith doiit alld 5s l)er week. Light-Weighl t Fi]iI. David Its was chsarged Rwith IlIaisvi?IIr taOn lish it'his TO?carneio contat';ry to the tirovisiona of the F oishreires tct. Dofendant pileadedl guilty. Const:ablc lBurrows deposerl that he t ai at I t a? Itibyrilolg river oil 31t Janudary. Saw defrdanlt and anootllr tishling. De ftelllllt ]had ai bal cosltainii ll i twio ntdeTr sized ire:it therein. Onune lgu :bi 3t oz-.. the other 4iozo. hielfndant Tihnd if the iiiItsle '. s caher ihad elen rl ttd h thei inil,pecctiorof weight...

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DRAINAGE LIABILITY ESSENDON COUNCIL'S LAWSUIT COUNCIL'S APPEAL DISMISSED [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914

DRAINAGE LIABILITY -4--- "ESSENDON COUNCIL'S LAWSUIT :COUNCIL'S APPEAL DISMISSED' In tie Highl Court-on Monday. Essendon council appealed against an award of .lLs given against'it by, Mr. Justice "Ilod€es ill tl;e State. Supreme, Court: -laintiff in the nase was Ellen Monica McSweeney.' lcenee of thIe Racecourse lintel, Flemington. Dam ages were claimed ol, naccount o tfife in tdoquaoy of a drain counstracted by the council. whlich had become obstructed. By consent. Joudgment lad been Iprevious ly entered for plaintiff. for £50. and deci sion wias reserved-as to the'law'independent off the settlemenlt, Tlie Chief Justice, i givin g his decision. said tie accumulatlonn of water occurred an conseq-ence of" tine failure of a drain which had been coonstrlcted by appnlhitn in 1873 to carry off tile water which ranne to its inlet from ann area of 50 or,60 acre, lyings to tne nortln titnd east; all of whlich nt thnat time formed part of thecinlmunici pal district. In 1882. thie greaterallr...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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PANAMA-PACIFIC EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914

PANAMA-PACIFIC -EXHIBITION The world's first indoor aeroplane flight was mude by Lincoln Boeahy. tld famous "'npsilde downi" aerial expert, in'thlo I'alaee oi Machinery at the lPanama-lacific Inter national Exposition to be held int San Francisco ill 1915. Starting at .du end of the Jaelhinery Palace, which is the largest trams structiure in the world, beigu ap proximately 10ftt Ulog. 400ft wide, and I?it in height, Beachy ruse in tlm air to a height of forty feet and ;actually flew a dlistatnce of 5't. When one hundredt and forty feet from the oplpsite end of the Suilding lie came to the grouuid and tried to. stop his machine, but he crashed through a heavy cloth barrier andt ran ilto the. end of tile building, damaging his aero pIldie, flhough sustrainitig no seriots in juries. Tile aeroliltane was equipped with-a one Ihundred horse power engine alid re quired a speed of sixty nsiles an hour whllen tining parallel to thie earth. Slhor., before this exploit lteachy made at aOt vert...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914

Make a Note of this! CRIPPS & 8CtRIPPS' S. . .GREAT.. Barga in 'Sal -Now On. Genuine Reductions in all Departments Watch our Windows CRIPPS & CRIPPS, 32 PUCKLE ST., MOONEE PONDS 0 oxox~ o xoxoXoxoxoxoxxoxoxrxoxQXo x?oXxax©xoxa SMATTHEWS FOR EVERYTHING MUSICAL XQ LATEST SHEET MUSIC AND SONGS. GRAMOPHONES, ZONOPHIONES M o OE X AND RECORDS, PIANOS AND ORGANS. CASH OR EASY TERMS. = Q PIANOS TUNED, AND ALL INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED. Q O NOTE 0 SDDRESS: MATTE I l , 31 PUCKLE ST. X I( TTHE GRAMOPHONE SPECIALIST. x° RSHOP HERE AND SAVE TIME AND MONEY. O xoxo~x~x XoXo0xoxoQxoir )ixWo QxagoxoQxQxoQxoxxox XXXXXXXXXXX}XXXXXXXXXXxxxxxx}XXXXXXxxxxx x WM. MOONEY & CO. X COACHSMITHS, WHEELWRIGHTS,- :MOTOR X X BUILDERS are starting Business abodt 2lth MARCH, opposite Dr. Deane. E MOUNT ALEXANDER ROAD, ESSENDON x illd iare building new briUlk IprCinsc. ',II Ip-t.o-datle planit wilt be ran by:a gis engine. Relpairs. Painting, Trilnii jlC. etc.. undertlken, and all mianllltged X Sund...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ESSENDON PROGRESS ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914

ESSENDON PROGRESS S ASSOCIATION AN?SUJAL MEETINGI. . The annual meeting of thIe Essendton Pr cress Association was held in tile Essen don Bullic Hall o0 Monday evening. 2nd *uarch. There was a large attendance, in :luding representnatives tronl tire Moonee Ponds and Aherfeltlie People's Asr-ociatio and from Kellor. Thlre -reiitfenl 3Ir. F,' Sott, occuplied thie chair. and extended a welcome to the visiting delegates. S' (orreslyorldensee. , A letter was recelvd fro the ionee Ponds a1nd .berfeldite Association, telng them to ;tttend meeting at the town halt, ndo ?5th February.-tThis had heen done. The town clerk wrote. stating tlhat the roots of street trees in Tllistle street were heing attended to. and that the inerove Smerts ait tie Essedolsn cricket grouand would receive attenltion. Thie town clerk also wrote two letters :t? regards the abolitioi of the local cross tlugs, the latter of whrich carried a letter from the Railway lDelartnclit to lie elici that surreys were berir giad...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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NOTES BY THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914

NOTES BY THE WA' -4--- By "Observer." Judge Eagleson has been ladling out retribution at the last General Sessions to those prisoners convicted before him, and has come down "hot and heavy" on most of them. He availed himself of the powers conferred on him under the Indeterminate Sentence Act pretty extensively, and some of those dealt with by( him will find it a long time before they stand outside of a gaol wall again. " .Magistrates have powers under this Act, as well as the jludges, but they do not seem to exercise them very often. It certainly is no use play ing with a masn wiro has given evidence time and again, that he only lives to prey on the-comnaunity, and would ra ther rejoice more in the possesson of five shillings that he had stolen than a pound he had honestly earned. -0-0-0 The butcher's strike which at one time threatened us has come to nought but we are to pay nuire for our meen in future. The reason.given is not that the IMaster Butchers have, as per rule, "passed ...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HENLEY ON THE MARIBYRNONG EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914

HENLEY '. ON iTH E >MARIBYRNONG IEXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MIEETIlNG, 'rile executive whichl carried out the re cent IIenley on the M[arijbyrnong. met' at -the Essendon town hlail on Thilursday evening. T'here was a' full atiendance, and the ,Mayor. Cr J,. F. llendersoln, occupied tile chair. 'Among the cor/eslapondeno wast a lcttet' from the Footscray -Carnival coummittee, sending complimentary 'tickets to :attend' their t uncltion-The secretary, Mr. Alfred J. May.,: reported that Mr. U. E. Langford (Ion. treasurer) and Iohe bhad: attended the fluction. ec. . , Motor Boat Receipts. AMr. Coulson, on behalf .of the Anglers' Club, reported that the total receipts were 27 16s,- ani tile en1roses. .14 6s, leaving a nett protit of ?13 15s 6d. Everything was satisfactory. - Cr. Kinnear said that the Anglers' Club, ncaded by Mr. Coulson, had'carried out their duttes in al excellent manner. T'he report nwas adopted, and a motiont that the Auglers' Club be thanked wats agreed to. Result of tho ...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914

CONCERi A unique concert was held ill the Puekle street hall. on oeduesda- evening, Feb ruary 25th, when the \1Wiliamstown Welsh choir, assisted by Welsh iriends from vari ous suburbs, provided a very interesting anld enjoyable entertainment .n the inter ests of the Meoonee n1ods Methodist Young Mcli's Club. ln'-the abseuc of-the iev. E. T. UCox, the chair wan taken by: Mr. W. if. Little, who proved to be an efficient aol genial chairman. 'There were about 25 pier lorners in all, and the quaint Welsh cos tumes worn by aseveral performners added considerable interest to tile programmee, whichl wans brim Ifull of well-closen elocu tionary and musical items. Tilo feature of the evening was' the rendering of the choral items by the. fIull -choir. "Love Divioe." to the popular Welsh tune "LLyfrydol" and "Jesu, Lover of My 'Soul," to ;a special Welsh settinsg, we:e tir.a ticularly well rendered, as were also o ucr bhymns sung in Welsh. these items ,;tr ticularly were received with ettllns...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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TREATING AN OLD SORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914

'TREATING AN OLD SORE. It somnetimeo?happens that, from burns or wounds of various kinds a raw sore is left. This goes on, week after week, anud perhaps months, with a raw, granulated surface, that shows no dis position to heal. - A great many rem edies have been tried for such a sore. The treatment in such a case is as fol los:---Sprinkle the sore freely with. powdered boric acid. The boric acid should be finely powdered. " e sure that it is fresh, arid well pulveris ed.. Sprinkle it well over the raw sur face. Put plenty on. Lay carefully on the boric acid a thin rubber tissue, The rubber tissue should be allowed to overlap the sore for half an inch on all ýgtd n. houldg. o;;Inat no-: att - tlhe bsho? ?beput, absorbent cotton, and theirmi snuig, tuppbrting alnd age crap pad ;a ound'thl whole. This should he allowdd: to. remain one week, unless it produices pain or other discomfort, whuhon it should Hfe taken off, carefully cleanised wiith warm water, and the sore dressed-again. Th...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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FUNCTION OF THE APPENDIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914

I FUNOTION OFTIHE APPENDIX. SIt -has always been a question whe ther the. appendix is of any use 'at all, iitDi; Ediniudd Peirieti has'jiist.told the French Acedemy ;of-Sciences that -the- appendix- excites the activity of theuintestines, and thus aids the funca tions. of.digestion and;excretion, and: he says-that it should noit be-removed except in cases of absolute 'necessity. After?experiliienting on animals, with. their appendices removed as in -human beings, Dr. Perrier discovered that the secretions of the gland had a -strong effect on the intestinal muscles, and. ua5o5s a strong plea -that the Academy should suggest to French surgeons that they cease from performing appendix operations for any but-urgent reasons. -

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IMPROVING SYDNEY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914

IIPIROVING SYDNEY ROAD Tihe Brunswick Council is now fully awake to the fact that tlhe condlition oa tile main titorotughfare of the city is; ii oat impassable, at least impossible. At present nppareitly tlh only hope is to lmtp)rove Sydney road. To make it as It shloutld bie would of course mean that it must be taken up and wood-blocked for its whole lengthL. iTheore are so many thincs on hand just now, and there is such a dam nabl tacit of ptnce, that this very tneces sary and highly commendable work cannot he at once grapplcl. Somnething attemp ted--something done. is however to be tile motto for the Council tan so thle Melbourne City Coulcil's tar-osprayer hlas been bor: rowed in Stle interim before procuring one for Brulnswick, and already tile work is in progress of tarring tile roadway. There is no doubt that, tlhis operation will effect a vast imlprovement in tile condition of tiloe street. and that the dust nuisance. ant eter crowing one, will be thereby minimis ed. No one ...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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ADVANCE AUSTRALIA COMMONWEALTH DAY HEARTILY KEPT UP IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914

ADVANCE AUSTRALIA COMMONWEALTH DAY III?ART1LTLY KEPT UP IN LONDON. Fromn the "Daily Graphic." Australiains in Lond-on gathered together in Iarge nmbers oni tihe afternoon of 26th JanuaSry at tile Whitehall Rooms for tihe "Watle Day" recepltion under the auspices of the Australasian section of tile Itoyal Colonial Institute iand tiLe Wattle Day League. Everybody was wearing a sprig of luimGsa or "golden wattle." which re placed tllhe real larger wattle illustrated Ilere yesterday. The latter is unobtainable at present. Sir John McCall, the chairman of tile Australlasiani Sectiol, received the visitors, and among thle members of thile Receptisn C,&?'nittee were Sir Timothy and Lady Loglhl'l, tiLe lion. A. A. and Mism Klirnpat;:_i. the Ion. Peter MAacBryde ians Mrs. dlaclryde. Sir Newton Moore. Sir Thomas Ilobinon anud L?dy Robinsion.. ..O.. i?.?.. tl.. in a short addressn paid A thanksgiving service was held at noot at St. Dunstan's-in-tlle-East in celebration of tile 126th.an...

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