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BROADMEADOWS SHIRE COUNCIL THURSDAY, 26th FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
BROADMEADOWS SHIRE COUNCIL -------- THURSDAY, 26th FEBRUARY. Present: Crs. Gibb (president), Orr, Carrodus, Jones, McLean, Cargill, hlall and Jones. - Correspondenice. J. Elder, Sydney road, Fawkner, asked for pernumission to remove some loads of dust from the roadside for filling up his yard.-Received. . J. E. Fenton, M1.H.11., sent copy of a letter received from the P.31.G.'s D)e alrtliient, regarding a letter from Mrr. 1. 31. Frost, head teacher of the Broadmeadow.s State school as to pro viding an improved telegraph service between Brloadmncadows and Melbourne: T'Ihe Dtpartment, in reply, said ap proval had been given for the erection of a new trunk liike betweetn road meadows and Central; ahd the work, which would le carried out by depart mental staff, would start in a few days. (The date of the letter from D)epart ment was January 22, 1914.) It was decided that Mr. Fenton be seen as to residents not heing allowed to use the telephone. J. 11. Henderson, Green grove, llicklehal:...
SCHOOL MATTERS ST. THOMAS SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
SCHOOL MATTERS X'. TH'U3AS SUNDAY S?CIUUL. 'T'le followinig i tho prize list : UIJILS' DI\ SiION., senior Bible 1.-Pearl IBackliuse, 1. Senior Bible 11.-Ethel Clhalpple, MUay blower. 1; May Hill. 2; Alia L'llllun.1t. " u anior Bible.-Lila Pearce. Irelle .larri onl. 1; 'teasio Jacobson. 2. ,'irst Class.=--vy Woues. 2; Olive Wardle. Second Class.-Ivy Uillam, Ivy Flower, 1. 'Phlrd Cloas.--Reno Iastrlp, Dolly Jaeoo' don,.-Muriel Swift,. Eva Pearce, t; Edith Bale, Lily Tattereon, 2. eourth loass.\Vavey Williams, Gladys Barry, 1; 'Olive Brown, 3. ilt'tl Class.-Violet blower, Nancy ochle, tdna Molt, 1; Elsa Joison. Il n rali la-h son, Doris. Sbeple Myrtle Wells, toeSie Hilton0 2; Clare Ellis. 2. • Sixth Class.--Alice MorrIs. I: Myrtle Ios trup, Marion Danlliell 2; Maggie Brcell. Maly Pembertonu 3. Seventh Class.-Plyllis Bosking. Beryl Barklouise - Bosie Flower, Elsie- Garlael. 1; Kitty Proud, 2; Lornn Keogh, 3. SEighth Class.-Isla Tymms, Violet Hill: I; atlhleen Hanson, 2 V\'era Camnlo, 3....
CRICKET ESSENDON V. PRAHRAN. ESSENDON. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
CRICKET ESSENDON Y. PRAHRAN. ESSENDON. First innings. J. Russell, b Rogers .............. 53 W. Liston. lbw b Lilley. ........ . . 8 E. P. Kennedy. st Carkeek b Lilley 48 C. Ryan, c Carkeek b Bowden...... 2 F. Hanna, c Carney b Bowden . .. 13 W. Griffiths, b Bowden ............. 51 H. Trathan, c Bowden b Schraeder 8 T. Macartney, not out ....... ... 13 A. Pittman, c Healy b Bowden ...... 2 J. Binney. b Upton .................. 3 L. Mahon, b Upton .................. 2 Sundries .............................. 12 Total ......... ............ ..... 215 Bowling.--Upton two for 2, Bowden four for 29. Rogers one for 32, Lilley two for 74. Schraeder one for 34. PRAHRAN. First lunings. S. Cusdin, not out .................... 37 P. Carney. not out .................. 6 Extra ................... ....... 1 No wickets for ................ 44
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
EDUOATIOXAL. - PENLEIGH GIRLS' SCHOOL Formerly A.V. GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL, Noe. 8 and 47 . "' CHAUCER ST.. MOONEE PONDS. Eficient Staff of Trained Teachers. Large and well-ventilated Schoolrooms. Excellent Kindergarten. Drawing and Painting: Miss 1'RICKE'PT. First-class Cer tiflcate, South Kensington: Prize-taker Na tional Gallery; First-class Certificate, Edu cation Department. t Music. Miss Jelfs. A.L.CM.. Mr. JAGER; ".SV., Rlegistered Secondary Teachers of Music. Singing, Miss E. IRVINE. Physi cal Culture, Messrs. Bjelke-Petersen Bros. Principals: Miss SPRIGG. First-class Trained Teacher. Education Department and Melbourne lUiersity- 1MSS LIMEROOCK, IM.A - ilius Sprigg at homes the last Thursday in - e each month. 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 aminatious. Full particulars on application to the Superior. Convent. Essendon. Prospectuseso ma he had on ...
Coacusmith, etc. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
Coachsmith, etc. Attention is called to the advertisement of W. Mooney and Co.. coachsmiths, wheel- wrights, etc., who have bought a large block of land in Mt. Alexander road, Essen- don, previously occupied by Mr. Mick Mau- den. They are building an up-to-date brick shop and are installing a modern plant, repairs, painting, trimming, etc., are un- dertaken. Mr. Mooney has been a resident of the district for the past seventeen years, and is a well-known and capable trades- man.
SNICKS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
Who said that Essendou had nu bowlers? 1Wtclsa e;absen t il, tes , to -aI uow KUlm'N tihe iort *'t.'',....S *' Wlatl 'ubout t.ihe ol'fi-, fiedi;b? (.'o i ?a ttle best. Snowey'a fieltting waelsooU. *but'ais catch ;nextnsaturday will: be uet ter sftii.L uood luck to,them. so sy. all orI us. - -_®-® .® _- " ". ,. Caledonians are bports. 'not a jarringl .word, and tho lady visitors were. exception ally nice; they will always be welcome at Ascot. --0-079* Georte oe ' robe to the occasbion. " : lovely catch., eorge. Tiere'must thaivu been giner in tUose chocolatesl --_f-®-®--. - SBailey aild'Bruco arc.fairlyon tho job: keep on doing it. -Next Saturday- ahould ace an intereetin fuillu. -
ESSENDON AND FLEMINGTON CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
8.S'ENSDO2 ANhD FL 112 iiTON_.. CHIUtCHES. - he 'eleventh round of ,'maches , wo commenced on itturday.,:.lesults: A ECTISON. .:" Yl emington end Xensingtoit TPrmsbyter-' .n. esix for 213.' -.nin g doelared (D. Fenton: 42, ( ...Stcradycn: 42. A. opham ; -L.. Topham-. 37." II. Tea : tier =N not 'out,. "W.. Daries 18. lot out; ,L .Jtnme Ilireeot r 78, ailyley two Ior (?. L. Jimes one -for t), V;.- Marloyrtong 1'reo bytertans throe :for- 37 (Wilson 15 not out. tltde 14;:A. McYFadyon one for 0o D. ten ton one for 7, A. Topham one for 19). SB SECTION, t.: lemington Methodist A; .165 IF. Switlh i o'rJ.'Dane, 38 E. E Smith 16: J. Dlolw - 10r 14, 3. Chamlbers two for 27o . v. St. Paul's, three for 18 (J. Bates two folr 4. Moonee Ponlds 3?tlhodist 51, 16,7 .rcnl!, 16 not ont. W5atton 27. C. ''rathal 28, A. : Hoking 25. D. Gibbile· 13; Bliiho our itr 22. Garner two for 59. C. John.on two s ," 50). oeat .ia ribyrtloStg i let yteritlil B, 1 and 14 (Garner 10. Ililllo, 9: 5sol(Hsuos ?i, for 1, S...
ESSENDON CLUB XI V. EAST MELBOURNE CLUB XI. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
91 LSSESI XON CLUB Xl V. EAST MEL IOLlLRNE CLLB Xl. TIis match boi commeneed oil the Amn:-. teur Sports round, wlhere, East ' Mel bourne, winningl tile ?U1- elCIoId to bat on all e:sy woilet, l:yanl and tIi.eotn Opelllng up.. TIl .l?iSsa otiotck was nl trilte to Tudeolc: alit Lune. but by good oit ille., tle scull mounted ito D ielo'e 1 ilee inl, ptiUtl..uitiia awlo·d by bltalley .01 biud by soelton iromt a sneik on tle legO side, liter soundly min g .1 E. IRail lollotted alld llany cil:aliges were tade in tIle bowulltg. At jt lthe vcterlt Ilowletlt drove 'lIutcilope-il id to illi-uo, weire MelUeIoie ll lad tinl ealciy, tlie ore - board slowte i j-L--l?, la.u! r:all e .a , and Lowell ?Z. and tilhe remallldcr of te team lefll rapidly Oli'rleo getting 1oot el tile wickeats, wuhle ]ttew?tiCoi. kU\llllg gool letgIb, kept down tle rui, tile to tai oaiy reacabg a'0, dcepite lilh excel leut etart which bad been mlade. L.oen don will o0pen their tlllilini neat aitu day. EAST MELBOURNE. .L i...
SCOTTISH CRICKET. ESSENDON V. COLLINGWOOD CALEDONIANS Played at Ascot Vale. Collingwood, 1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
sCOTTSll CRICKET. ESSENDtO, V. COLLIN?(WOOID CALE. DONIA.NS i Played at A.aco Vale. Collingwood, 1at lnuanlus. Bruce, J., c and b Bennie. B ......... Thompioun J.. Beanie, b Bailey ...... 14 rawey. V., b Bailey ............ 13 Briscoe. \V.. i . b Bailey ......... 4 Lancaster. C, ., ailey ...... ..... 1 \ erey, I,., b ailey.......... ... 9 Bcuonalil, e., c Bennie. b iGrimshaw ... 9 Bruce 1., b Beanie .. ............ :.... U \'aller, J., b Beanie. C ... .... ........ Wylie, J., not out ................... Iollubsona, i., c Beanie. B., b Bennie,C 1 Sudries ..................... 710 Bowliug? i: iley, A., 5 for 33; Beanie, B., 2 lcr 21; Belnuie. U., 2 or 7; lri5lsua?. G., 1 Iar L Eaaendon. lOt nlinugs. Benie,. B., b Crawley ........... ... . " lose, G., b Crawley ............ ... U trlmahaw, U., e b Crawley ...... Be?lnie, C., b Crawley ..................... t WlMelaw.- C., b erb y ................ ...0 Bruce, A. not out ................ . 1" Melle, Il.. c, b erey .............. . S aull...
Picnic to Queenscliff. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
Picnic to Qucenclilt. in another column it is notified that tile 19th annual picnic of the Amalgamatedl Wool Stores kumployces will be held on baturday, 2lst March, when the P.S. Ozone will be chartered for Queensellf, and will leace tle Port OiOelourno hallway Pier at 9 a.m. The return journey will start at 5 p.u. T'wo eficient bands have been en gaged, and the town hall has been engaged for dancing. A prograLumo of sports wlli he run and some well-known peuestria n will take part. Hot water and milh will he provided free or charge. Mr. Edward :.Keenan is the lion. secretary, and ticrrict lmay- be ahd .: from any? o ..'th e .wool.F ware .houses.; daults are ohargest-s- 6dle. vlrd chiillers uvoacmd. nda sy o ir 31b~o 'e" ffdvCte1" Mlothers who desire to keep their sons free" of typhoid and other uncongenial complaintu would do well to prevent tncir bathing in the foul waters ol tIoe Moone Ponds Creek. Here the lads pass througl water polluted by dead nogs. dea:d eats, and gutter dra...
CRICKET PRAHRAN V. ESSENDON. ESSENDON. First Innings PRAHRAN First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
CRICKET PRABRAN V. ESSENDON. ESSENDON. First Innings ... ..... ... . ......... .. .· 215 PRAHRAN First Inninge. C. Cnsden, c (riltlths. b Russell . .... .. 56 P. Carn? , Liston .............. .... J. Fraser. run out ..................8...... R. Upton. e Mahon. b Russell......... 41 T. Koran. b ahon ........................ C. Lilley. c Pittman. b Russell......... 0 G. Rogers. b Liston ......... ".. ...19 P. Bowden, sub., b Kennedy ......... 41 G. Healy, c Russell. b Pitman .........1 W. Carhee'. e IHanna, b Russell ... ... S1i Scbraeder. not out .................. 7 Sundries ......... ... ...... ... ...... 4 2,t iowling: lRussell. 4 for 97; Kenneldy. 1 for 20: Liston. " for 2. Mahou. 1 for ,3; Pittman, 1 for 38: Iinney. 0 for 20: 1ac Psrtnoyr. 0 for 21 Prabran won bY 81 runs.
Brunswick Park Estate. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
lBrnwicek l'ark Estate. Attention is called to an advertlisemellt ill another column stating that oil Satur dlay, tarch 21st, at a p.m., Messrs. Crisl. W'oods and Co., tile well-known auction. cers. will hold a sale, in a seated marquee. ?O 59 liUne building allotments in thile lrunsickl Park Estate, in lolpe street anti sltolloway road, adjoining tile beauttlul lruns' wlck 'ark. 'hIo proporty has nice frontages, bod depths, streets metalledl and cuasmglledl and the water is lait on. ''lle electric ligllt goes past theo property, which is only 3i miles from tile i.'.O., ani live minutes from the tramway. 'The termus are excrptionmlly easy, ?iz.. La deposit antl tue balance extending over 4 yeas at : Per cent.
ESSENDON V. PRAHRAN. SECOND ELEVENS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
ES1SfiNOS V. Ph1JtIthAN. SECOND ELEVENS This match was rcsumed ou the Lcecn dol ground on caturu;ay, ant resultea 1i a stralgnt-oult victory tur rairan by h,. run. Prahran coutinued their t?ecOil innings on ait good wciet, ealng lost oln, wicketlo for 12 runs the plevlou Satulrday. ILe not out lmen, ''orumey aId Chlristie,. esaumnea. oppoe--a to tile oonling tit ln dell and 110ieatley. inemey. hlowever. uld iiot last long. being well caughllt by Lr. dell in the slips. oifl Wecatley. Ilis iart ner soon followsld nitl, 1Ielsr bowled u 1 \eatley. hatvlig mado a rulS. Aur310. the next Dna?laull plyec it ball o \ lleatley oil to nlia wleLtel belorv ue 1,., scored. Tile fifth mal in, Plowman, lO, cal lse mhaling a stano. 1en1 he\:,: finely caugnt behind t?e wicklets dby Ly. elf tinned. At tlas stage illllgs ic;ke,. very olada for liratnran, b wickets tallll Sue 43. llowever, Lush joined aloral a;lll tle pair broughLt tile score to 9a, Wllcl ilornn was depatchied. I[ing caught -,> Cliel...
A. E. Lillie's Auction Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
A. E. Lillie's Auction Sale. A. E. Lillie wrill nell by unction on Thue day, M4il inst., at 11 n.m., OIL the prentises. ' Clarinyna' St llocburgh street, Ascot s ale. Lile modern household Iurniture of air. Sydney Daviea whd is leaving the State. Thuo urnituro includes walnut grand no. right piano by Sehwectten, walnut Queen Anne occasIonal suite, walnut overtantel, Italian walnut China cabinet. wlalut sucie in saddlebag, dining table, welnut berroom suite. lany and gente safety bi cycles. usual hnusehnld requisiten. etc.
ESSENDON COUNCIL RATTERY HOLMES ROAD TIP [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
ESSEN'DOr COUNCIL RATTERY HOLMIES ROAD TIP Tie local tip. perhaps better known'lo cally as "the Iattery," is achieving fame in apthber direction, as -vide. the' Essen doncouneil report clseowherd. Complaint was made by Cr. Kinnear as to ,the con tlnwous :irese creatnlhg b thlick pall of amok6"that drifts up the valley and rises into the houses to the northward. Cr. Eddy explained that the Holmes road re serve (which was purchased almost a qusnar ter of a:oentury ago, outof a big loan of e29.000 was acquired for the special pur ooseof being converted into a desiccator ilte.' and those who had "bought land in tihe vicinity could not expect the council to lose on it...£4003 reserve by removing from it its uses as to dealing with' the city garbage. Also, 'he pointed out that pnrchasers of land thereabouts had only girven a few shillings per foot on accountt of the tip belngthere. For these rcasons. he contended, the eoanctiV'could not forfeit its rights. to imnprovn tite selling price o...
WEST'S PICTURE PALACE [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
WEST'S PICTURE PALACE The exolusivo drama at West's for this week Is entitled "Thle Third' Degree." which draws a vivid picture of thle shame fuhll inquisitorial practices of tile New York police, who badger a prisoner almost to death hI order that they may prove their suspicionss of.hlIs guilt may be substantiat ed. The plot of the play is briefly that How ard Jeffries. a Ianker's son, and Robert nlderwood, two University students, were at tile headl of all unruly set. and' were always Ii trouble with the dolls. A teleo gram reaches IHoward from his father. telling' tiim to go to New York. to msake tihe acquaintane of ris new step-mother. Rlobert, wiho goes with him, regognises in irs. Jeffries. an old sweetheart. Back at college, Robert Unhderwood is expelloedl for bad eoiduct. nld Howard Jeffries. who maarries -Anne, a waitress. is forbidden the house- by this father. Robert obtains a reputation for Iainting portraits, and his intimacy with Mrs. Jeffries is renewed. She. however....
AFFECTIONS OF THE EARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 March 1914
AFFECTIONS OF THE EARpS. A word about a running ear, either of short or long duration. A discharg iog ear is always a source of danger to life. The longer it rluns, to a certain degree, the mlore dangerous it becomes. 'There is no more erroneous and mis leading statement than the saying: '"It is unwise to stop a running ear." As one of the very early specialists in this field truly said years ago: \Where a discharge fromi the ear exists we can never tell how, when or where it will end, or to what it may lead." The brain and important blood vessels are separated in places by a layer of bone as thin a.s tissue paper, and the imo ther sbwho allows her child's ear to con stantly discharge without seeking medi cal ad'vice exposes her child to the dan cer of the extensionl of the disease to thewi structures. Hardly any mother would llrow her little infant to play long on the railroad track; that the danger is a hidden one in no wise mniti gates that peril.