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Women Lose Property. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
W omehn Lose Property. Cries of "Stop thief," in the' RT1il way avenue, Moonee Ponds, on Satur day evening, attracted the attention of MI. Pollock, a lad riding a bicycle, to a man who was running away from Nurse Lena Dwyer, of Park street. Tho man had snatched her purse, which, with its contents, was valied at £2 12s. Pollock followed, but lost sight of the thief in a right-of-way in Grosvenor street. nonrs
GOLF [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
GOLF. At. Glenroy on Saturday afternoon members competed for the monthly medal, stroke. p1ayG.Wr ,,\:..,s.,11uarneltt. very fine score of 82-11--71. His gross score represents the Bogey for, the course. His card read:--Out, 6,.2, 5,5,4,4,7,4,4--11; home, 6,3,5,5,5,3,i,5, 3-Il;total, 82. Uther scores were: A. V. Tudgell, '98-25--73; A. G. Cun ninghanm, 103-27-76; 'T. 1,. Coleman, 104-22-77; If. W. (Garrard, 101-21 -80; J. Cobbledick, 100-10-81; J. U. Clarke, 88-7--81; W. 1t. Stone, 8J-7-82; F. K. Gell, 101-19-82. Tourist: You have an unusually large acreage of core under cultivation: don't thle crows anlnoy you at great deal? Far mler: Oh. not to any ertelnt. Tolurist: Iha'lt's lieculiar, considering you Ihave Ilo scarecrows. Farmer: Oh, well, you see, I'm out here a good part of the time my Tile Guv'nor (threatellinglys : "Look here, 'Parkin, t've got tired er seeing those egures dolplping lonthI aflel' mollth and I shall have to rseriously consider taking the onlly steps left to ll...
CORRESPONDENCE COMBERMERE STREET. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
CORRESPONDENCE ------- C. OMBE1RJIER E STREET. To the Editor. I, Sir --Porint me; , through the me ium o our paper t. bring befor - the Esseundo Council. the need of channel in Coaiberaneroe strieet. Thi street has been raipidly built in durina - the past six month s, and as the wesi lnside is Without tl6ha serage.aresd, tin SIater has to o taken to the front o the houses, whlei it lies about in pooh filled with refuse fromi the houses, ant is becoming a menace" to the purblc health.. Thei residents of this street fully understand that the Council, ow ingl to the ranid growthr in various p. full as regards channelling and road makinl eand that other streets have a prior clai, still we feel that, in 'the int ereost of tho'health of the-residents something should be done in the mean time, an I would suggest that plough be omployed to take a large furrow along the, west side, whicih would as sist the water to run away. 1We\woold ho glad if the iespector would see into this suggestion. ...
A Lucky Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
A Lucky Escape. MIr. Wood, of the Ways and Works Department, had rather a sensationa oxperience in Sunbury on Tuesday week. le was engaged in surveying on the railway line near the Vianduct at ltupertsswood. An engine attached to a goods train which had brought a nulnber, of trucks past where Mr. \\ood.was working returned on an other Jino ,(wýhora.- ah.. •Weod was ?snndtlg);" anld unnWrares to lhili, for a balance of trucks. Mr. Wood did not- notice the engine until it was nearly on him, when he made a spring clear of it. and miraculously escaped death.
People's Liberal Party. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
'People's Liberal Party. A combined Liberal rally, under the auspices of the Essendon district branches, was held in the Puckle street hall, on Thursday last. The Mayor, Cr. J. F. Henderson, was in the chair. there being a large representative gathering. Addresses were given by the new general secretary, Mr. It. M. Jennings, and Mr. H. Bond, Connell, of executive.
CAKE STALL [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
CAKE STALL Head: Mrs. Arthur Holmes. Assistants: Mrs. Eddy, Mrs. Lyons, .Mrs. T. Cole, SMrs. J. Rovle, Mrs. Em mlons, Mrs. Hurry, 1Miss Gladwin, 3iss Lyons, Miss Holmes, Miss Butler,.IMrs. Peacock, Miss Smithi, Mrs. S.. Mott, Mrs. A. McCracken, Mrs. Colelough. Per Mrs. A., Holmes-Holmes and Sons, £2 2s; Dr. Cahill, £1 1s; Mr's.. A. Allen, 10s; Miss Ryan, 2s 6d. Do-: nations of cakes-Mrs. Russell. Mrs. Muir, .Mrs. Goding, Mrs. Henderson. Mrs. Cass, Miss Jennuings Pet Miss Gadw in-Mr. Sanders, 's; Mr. G. Gladwin, 2s 6d: B. Wilson, 2s Gd; Thomas Gladwin, 10s; H. J- Glad win, 2s 6d; C. ., is W.F- UF. ,.2s; 3Ir. Hamilton, 5s; J. P., is 6d; H. P., Is; J. Law, is; Miss Gladwin, cakes and biscuits. ' ' ' Per Mrs. T. .I Cole=-Mrs. Harry Buckland, 2s 6d; Mr. Fnllarton, '2s 6(d: Mrs. P. Hayden,:. s; Messrs. Cripps and Cripps, art .muslin 'M essrs. Carter Bros., tin biscuits; Irs. Dellit; cake; Mrs. O'Dee, cake;". Mrs. Stan hope, cake; Mrs.' G:.'Watson. cake: Mrs. A. W. Allen, cake; Mrs. Maine,...
PRODUCE STALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
PRODUCE STALL. head: Mrs. J. Seeley. Assistants: Mrs. Royle, M1iss Lily IBarnes and Miss Elida Seeley. BACHELORS' STALL. Read: Mrs. L. MacGrath. Assistants: Messrs. Eastalmond, Main, Jones, Frazer, Misses Head, Hayes, Main, Levy, Lynch, Russell, Caorman. FRUIT SALAD STALL. Head: Mrs. A. T. Doifald. Assistaunts: Mrs. Cunningham, Misses Morgan, Burnes (1), Dowlin (2), Franklin (2). The above stall is in the rotunda.
MEN'S STALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
OMEN'S STALL. Colmmittee: Messrs. Stones, Cook, \Wilso,. Burden, Fitzgerald, G. Con nor, Walker Rollason, Vaughan, Ray Ilarry, Burchell and J. Woods. Further acknowledgments of Ito mises of goods:--Messrs Burchell, Powell, Davey, Noel, Fricke, 'lullaney, and Raplhael, of Puckle street; 31essrs. W. E. Benwell, 0. J. Harris, Johnson and lBrundett, of Essendon; Messrs. Edlments, Alecck and Co., and Sands and McDougall, of City; T. W. Slier rin. Collingwood.
FOOTBALL ASCOT VALE FOOTBALL CLUB. (Runners-up Commonwealth Football Association, 1913.) [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
FOOTBALL ASCOT VALE FOOTBALL CLUB. (ltunners-up Commonwealth Footbo A. ssociation, 1913.) The ainnual meetiin of the abov club was held in thoTemperance Hal St. Leonards road on Wednesda, Marclh 18tli, ther, e eiig a. largo'-a teodance of members and supporterl The secretarq's report showed the teal to have finished second on the prt niorship list of the Commonwealt Football Association last year, afte losing the services of one of tlie players (through injury) in the firs quartoir of the fnal match, and liavin to finish the game with only 17.men then being beaten by only 4 points This was a very creditable perform anco, as their opponents, the Broug hams; have now been premiers fodi-. seasons. The report also pointed "o tle good feeling which existed betweti the committee add plhyers thlioughou the season, this- bhaing largely respon. sible for-the success of the clib, Mr G. Hatton was heartily tlanked foi tlio way in which lie had stuck to ann assisted the club:in past'seasons, ir...
McCRACKEN TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
McCR.ACKEN TROPHY. Mloonce Ponds scored a win on Sat urday last against Ascot Vale. M1OONEE PONDS, 93.' Potlnill Wvaliis, Swift, Doirlan ... 28 Major, F. TW.. Young;. Tatterson, . E. Young ,... ..: .. :. .. -4 5 Hayes "Pattison, Fitzgerald; Smith 15 Cahn; Davey, Eastiwood; Mapleston 35 ASCOT VALE, 86. Pepard, Thomson, Pratt, Franklin 21 Godso, Boan, Bigg, Hutchirison ... 3. Robertson, Orr, Harris, Robertson 21 Fulton, Lewis, Scott, Shields ...... 9 Essendon v. Flemington. ESSENDON, I111. llowtell, Showers, Iarrie, Riley ... 27 W. Stephens, Jenkins, Cox, Taylor 2j Ileard, Lang, Weare, Russell ...... 26 Cooke, G. Stephens, Steel, Hill ... 31 FLE.MINGTON, 91. (Gladwin, Angus, Strieff, Pridham i1 Ileamish,. Myers, Osborne, Norris 26 Walker, Park, Cassen, Grigg ... ... 33 Watson, Jordan, Sutherland, Cross IG
FLEMINGTON AND KENSINGTON PRESBYTERIAN V. EPPING. A PLEASANT OUTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
FLEMINGTON AND KENSINGTON PRESBYTERIAN V. EPPING. A PLEASANT OUTING. Having the bye in the final round of matches in the Essendon and Flem ington Churches Association, the Flerm. and Ken. Presbyterians, to the num ber of about 20, journeyed to Epping on Saturday last. to play the local team. The Presbys had first use of the wicket, and scored 10.5 runs. D. lHunter 27, H. Teather 21, A. Topham 20t A. 31cFadycn 14, P. :McLean 10, being the chief contributors. Ziebell. with four for 16, was the most success ful bowler for Epping. Eppin, re sponded with 63 runs, Dea 20 being the only batsmen to reach double tig ures. D. Hunter 3 for 8. A. Topham 2 for 10, W. Dewar 2 for 11, J. Easton 1 for 2, A. MlcFadyen 1 for 4, H. Teather 1 for 17, shared the wickets between them. The Presbys thus won a most enjoyable game by 12 runs. An adjiournment was then made for tea, ind, after the health of the oEping CC. had been honoured, a very plen sant musical evening , was spent to gether, until the sing...
ESSENDON CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
.ESSENDON CHURCHOIIES: The final round of matches, whs corm inenced on Saturday. ' A Section. " Kensington Methodist, 54 (Grimmeti 17, J. Hester 11; Rae four for 11,lMc. Cann three for 6, Park two for 13, Fox one for 13), v. Mlloonee Pondt Methodist, eight for 103 (Fox 23, G. McRae .13 not out, Ploog 12; Walton four for 12). Ascot Vale Church of Christ. 96 v. Ascot Vale Methodist, seven for 67. Flemington and iKensington Pres hyterians', w.o. from Newmarket lBap tist. B Section. Maribyrnong Presbyterian B, 52 and 84 (A. Streeter 16 and 16, C. John son 13 Falkiner 10; P. Sweatman seven for 34, Mansfield five for 35, Duncan. three for 25, Hyde two for 16, Scott one for 9), v. Moonee Ponds West .MLthodist, 80 (S. "Duncan 40; Garner five for 33, Bishop three for 20, Johnson one for 7, Slade one for 20). Flemington Methodist A, 78 (Haw kins 15 not out, Chamberlain 13, P. Smith 11; Collier four for 16, Perks four for 41), v. Essendon Baptist, 65 (1. L'Perks 20 not out. Collier 12; P. Smit...
BOWLING MOONEE PONDS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
BOWLING. . IOONEE PONDS CLUB. The veteran, D. Manson, of the Queen's Park club is showing great brilliancy in the hose Bowl trophy, and another victim to his long list is. A; E. Young, who started 'from the scratch mark, and although giving David 10 points:. start, the veterai's performance was full of merit." Maah son has beaten Dowlan, Hurry :ind Young in succession, three bowlers of: undoubted reputation in the bowling world. His next engagement is with A. Eastwood, and a full house to wit noss this interesting match is' already assured. The President's rink match was won' b?y A. E." Young's team, consisting of Poinall, Rose," Wallis and r:" . E." Young, who defeated Dowlan's- rink. consisting of Stott, P'attison, Tatter son and Dowlan, by 20 to 7 points. "
TONSORIAL CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
TONSORIAL CRICKET. It is doubtful-whether any cricket match played. in this district during the last fewr years' hasever attracted sewas: shown'ýon- Wednesday't"5;"wnen. teams reprdsentiffg Messrs. Jim'- Male and C. 31;. Tointon's hairdressing sa loon's met at the Queen's Park in a friendly gamd. What originally start eds as a, joke was' carried into a fine afternoon spiort. .It might here be mentioned that the match really start ed in the saloon of Jim Male, when two well-known sports reinarked what a good idea it would be for a cricket match to take place between the cus tomers of the two. 'saloons. It was there and then decided that the match should take' place, and the :date was duly arranged.- From then, right up to Wednesday. last, there was much good-natured : 'chaff." Teams were picked by the -selectors, the players being called by various nick-names, which caused much amusement. In some cases, however, it was difficult to understand as for what reasons the 'names had been a...