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SOCIAL BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 March 1914
SOCIAL BREVITIES -4-- The marriage of Miss Jessie E. Smith, oldest daghter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Currie Smith, "Newtown," Dean street, Moonee Ponds, to Mr. Alex ander C. Smith, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles 0. Smith, "Fairfield," Canterbury street, Flemington, will be celebrated at the Presbyterian Church, Maribyrnong road, Ascot Vale, on Tuesday, 31st March. The marriage of Mr. Ernest Arthur Brownell, second son of the late Mir. and Mrs. Turner Brownell. of Moonee Ponds, and Mdlle. Reneo Gladys Comn mans, second daughter of Mon. and Madame IR. J. Commans, is arranged to take place on the evening of 23rd April at All Saints' Church, St. Kilda, and afterwards at All Saints' Hall. The friends of Miss Warland will be pleased to know that she is returning to Victoria by the s.s. Orsora on 5th June. Miss Warland is in the best of health, and has had a twelve months' 'Ihe annual meeting of the Maribyr nong Lacrosse Club will be held in the Ascot Valo Presbyterian Church School Hall, on ...
SCHOOL MATTERS ESSENDON STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
SCHOOL IMATTERS -4-t---. ESSENII)O STA\TE SCHOOL. Thie newly-elected commiittee of the Essendon State school was called to zither by MIr. Stewart, the head teach cr, on Mlonday last. MAr. Stewart spoke on behalf of the recent commit ice in reference to the good work they hai achieved during the past three years, as ill their term they had I :d erected a lovely shelter shed for the benelit of the children, also provided a piano for the school, and a nice open air schoolroom had been erected, etc.; and he thought it was not their fault more was not done, as they worked? hard enough. The committee consists of Mesdames Swires, 1cEwin, Spillane and Messrs. Ioyle, Keinedy, Nattrass aid Kiing. - . Mr. Royle was voted to the chair. and MIr. Kennedy as secretary and treasurer. Mrs. 3fcEwan spoke about the heating of the Assembly Hall, as the young children were taught there, anid it must be very cold for them; no way out of the difficulty could be seen at the present. Also ahout the old and ...
TRAMWAYS TRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
TRAMWAYS Adtepntiottl n'conitiiig of represen tatives from' tie e'"Monoee 'Ponds niid Aberfeldie People's :udn'"-sendon'Prb gress Associations, waited 'lpon the :management of trioe North oMelbourne Electric Tramway and Lighting Coln pany on Thursday afternoon last, to urge the necessity "of. sectional faires being introduced on the Company's tramns. The deputation was most cour teously received by the manager, ?hr. A. 1). Murdoch: The subject of~ he re quest was ably advocated by lessrs. ladgell (vice-president), Melver, 3lac Kinnon, Oates and J. J. Colinor, on behalf of the Moonee'Ponds and Aber feldie People's Association, and by Messrs.- H. G. McCutchon (president), Gillios, .Yott, Nattrass and Ellis, repre senting the E. P. A. It was pointed out that if-sectional fares w?ere intro duced it 'would add greatly to the con venience, of the iblicbh and woufld, at the sanme time, considoeiably iicreaso the tram traffic. M3:r Murdoch, int'e ply, stated that ho was quite in sym pat'hy ...
ESSENDON CITY COUNCIL MONDAY, MARCH 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
ESSENptrN CITY COUNCIL -4-~-- MONDAY. MARCH 30. Present: All councillors. Correspondence. W. 1t. Clissold wrote, complpaining of damage done by the roots of trees in Ascot Vale road, Ascot Vale.--Referred to the curator, Cr. D)owning stating that the same thing occurred in other. streets. J. C. Lovick complained of damage done by flood water in 3it. Alexander road, Moonce P'onds.-Surveyor in structed to report, Cr. Goldsworthyli stating that it was a serious matter. C. IRodwell and three others wrote "'. to the tarpavlng of the footway in Ar gyle street, on the east side, stating they were willing ito pay their share of the cost. Hlieisrred to estiia:tes. Cr. IRobert. stlating it was not the tiine of the yearll to do the work. J. Wi. Kiteley wrote, stalting that a lamlp was required in Scotia street, there being non1e in the street.--le ferred to coimlltittee, the surveyor to report. G(. \ivan ol'ote on the matter of ratce paid for :gas mains, stating the un(nt ia.s untlfair.--Itefe...
CORRESPONDENCE BROADMEADOWS PLOUGHING MATCH To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
CORRESPONDENCE lROADMI ':ADO\WS I'LOUGILING SMATCH. To the Editor Sir,--? a recent issue of your "Ga ze-tte," I noticed that the committee of the Ilroadnmieadows Ploughing Match ha;l dissolved itself-disbanded, per hIaps, would be a better term. As 1 alwavs have been interested in lBroad ne:,dows, and particularly in IIBroad n+eadows ploughing matiches, I w'ruld like to be eulightened, as to the rde cease of its one-time live committee. It is observable that the dissolution procoedings leak'out in a subordinate manner,- viz.: through the channels of the local Shire Council: and it is ow lng to the latter body's daylight prin ciples that the darkness of doubt re garding the former was disipelled. 'lh Shire Council tells (us that the olou'ui ing match cotnlittee is nio nillor. Ite we were aware of its going to be 1:&lt;, more. The calncus evidently ilfor;'l example for precesdernt---and the corl mnittee wept their adieux. It must have been the weighty care io funds That proved...
Tennis Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
Tennis Tournament. : A niost attractive tennis tournament is to be held by the Essendon Tennis Club on their courts on Saturday, April 25, Monday, April 27, and Satur day, May 2. Splendid prizes are of fered and full particulars are given in our advertising columns. Entrance fees close on Satlirday, April 18, with the secretary, Mr. V. Rawsthorn, care of Messrs. Sydney C. Arnold and Co., Newmarket. Entrance forms may he had on application.
POETRY FAITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
POETRY FAITH. I like to think of faith as a talent, A gift from the Lord, by Him plan'd; And that man, looking up, may in crease it, Until there's no room to expand. Ah, then what a wide field's before him, With -isions too glorious to scan; What puzzled about the old story, By faith is made plain unto man. When hope with faith is united, Charity makes them like a dream; But faith must be first in the battle: Till brightly our armour shall gleam. Look then upon faith as a talent; Increase it as onward you go; Let its beauty and silvery lining, With.peace and sweet fragrance o'er flow. Ascot Vale. March 29th.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
B ALLROOM DANCING CALL, WRITE, OR PHONE 5608 CENTRAL TO MR. AND MRS. Cl"evel and PROFESSORS OF DANIING AT THEIR ACADEMY 264 DRUMMOND, ST. CARLTON, FOR THEIR PROSPECTUS. WHICH. GIVES PARICULARS IRE THEIR SUPERIOR'ADULT . BEGINNERS: CLASSES AND PRIVATE TUITION MR. or MRS. CLEVELAND can be seen any time fbom 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the above address. DANCING DANCING The Dancing Season has begun, You need not go to France. Jnst call around to Moonee Street. That's where you'll learn to dance. MR. & MRS. BARTLING 33 Mooneo Street. Ascot Vale All BeUrol 8nPtEq."Tazlst . =rr1--les per" quart.'.r ' rsi.djI75 ls6d. .... P UBLIC NOTICES. * EVERYBODY'S SUN-BUB NTI Thlat' why Everybody's nusng : ALMOND CREAM : SAn- ANTISEPTIC. SOOTHING " and HEALING LOTION. a S. For Sunburn, Chapped Hands, F. ace and Lips, Compl?l on and * all roughness of the akin. A : valuable application for sun or g ? superficial burns.. * Obtainable only at : WALLACE M. ? JEWKES . PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST. ? ? THE STAT...
BASEBALL ESSENDON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
BASEBALL -4- ESSENDON CLUB. The annual general meeting of the above club was held at Young's Hotel, Mooneo Ponds, on 25th inst., the presi dent, Mr. Lind, occupying the chair. The office-bearers elected are as fol low:-P~resident, Mr. Lind; vice-predi dents: Messrs. iR. F. Steel, J. P. D)unc, F. Ely, A. Latham; committee: Messrs. Fricke, Earl, McCarthy, Mor gan and Eustace; hun. secretary: R. It. McLean; hon. treasurer: P. W. Steel; delegates to Baseball League: Messrs. T. J. Browne and R. R. Mc Loan.
CORRESPONDENCE ESSENDON'S STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
CORRESPONDENCE -4-- ' ESSENDON'S STREETS. Sir,-Althougl not'in o any way an abnormal rainfall in our district, yet last Friday's storm made itself felt in the western side of the town. Maribyr hong road. became the-real -Maribyr nong River, and communication of-all kinds was stopped. Trams failed to get to their terminus, children from school couldn't get to their dinner, pedestrians had to wade ankle deep on the asphalt footpaths, while to go from Aberfeldie ward to Ascot Vale ward meant swimming or wading at much risk. Passengers by trams could neither get off nor on at the prescribed stopping places. All this is a legacy from a former (land-booming era)' council, who, to drain the swampy ground, ruined a first-rate built Gov. eminent road-a road that followed the surface and was "Telfer" pitched in the hollows. No succeeding council has ever paid any attention personally or by representations made to them. Invariably their answer was: "When Eglinton street is carried on to the ri...
PROPERTY SALES [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
-PROPERTY SALES -----+-- Melsrs. Mloloey |Iros., auctioneerr s and estate agents, Moonce Ponds, re port the following sales of property effected during the monthl of Malrch: D.F. W.B. villa (No. 2 Parry .4t.) £550 Land, 36 x 110 (cr. Ilall st. and Mt. Alexanllder rd.), £9 per ft. 32-i D).F. W.B. villa (676(1 MIt. Alexan der rd.) ......................... 500 D.F. V.Bi. villa (25 Primrose st.) 635 W.B. Blijou villa (10 Hutcheson st.) ... ...... ........ ... ... ... 38.5 Told ...... ...... ... ... £2391 .\ steady demand still continues for all classes of property in the district.
BROADMEADOWS SHIRE COUNCIL THURSDAY, 26th MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
BROADMEADOWS SHIRE COUNCIL -4-- -THUJGDAY, 12th lllMACH. Prescit--r. Gibb (president), aind Crs. Orr Carrodus, - Jones, 'McLean, Cargill,i ?ole, Hall and McCal.jiou. S. .: Corrdspondeneo. - From J. E. Fenton, M:H.R., stating lie had -made representatiosis to the "PI'M.G in :respect tol telephone, service bodtwien the central office and Birod moadots, emphasising the question of slot users of telephone; which he honed ian early adjustment would be made. Ieceived; Mr. Fenton to be thanked for his kind attoention. From the Department of Public Works, through lion. W. A. Watt (Preumier) and lHon. A. 1t. Robertson; stating that £50 had been provided by Parliament for the construction of main roads- council to expend £50 ad ditional.-l eceived. Front Ina J. Pigdloi, Pascio.eVal: Knoll Estate; also to have the water channel across the entrance of road froml Pascoe Vale road formed. She also appealed against unjust rating of property. The building would not lie finished and ready for occupa...