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Transport Facilities for Keilor. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
' Transport IFailities for Keilor. In our advertising columns, Mfr. W. Y,tt notifies that a public meeting will be held at Keilor Shire Hall, on Fri day next, 3rd April, at 8 p.m., to re ceive the report of the committee ap pointed to get details for securing transport facilities for Keilor district. A definite scheme will be submitted, and a full attendance is requested. The meeting will be a most important one, and it is expecte(l that much good will conic out of it. Mr. Yott has been very nctiveo in the efforts' he has made to get a good scheme, and is to bhe con gratulated on the lhard work he lhas put into the matter,
THUMBS UP [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
'THUMBS UP (From Sydney Sunday Sun.) Two old gentlemen happened to meet in a train one day, and while they were talking a question arose as to the bringing. up of the children. "WVell," said To011, "I always believed in giving mine a thrashing every tirud 1 saw them do wrong. And now they have grown to manhood they will do anything I ask." "Well," said Joe, "I always believed - in giving mine their own way wheni they were children, and now I haven't got to raise my hand to any of them only in ir-er-self-defence." F. Cripps, Wombat street, Camp Hill, Forbes. In a glorious state of intoxication, Pat was returning home one dark night from the Limerick races, and to save himself, as he thought, of a tramp of' an extra mile, ho ventured through- i plantation which was thick ly studded with pine trees. As he zig zagged'along lie bumped his head against tree after tree until the too frequent impact was becoming unbear able. At length he ruefully exclaim ed: "Begorra the safest thing for po...
The Starkie Memorial. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
The Starkie Memorial. At a meeting of the Starkie M1e morial Committee held at Suiburv. the design of Messrs. H. King and Sons, the well-known underitakers, of Len nox street, Richmond, was selected by i votes to 2. The price is £127, and the committee have to do the carting of certain material, and provide gra vel, iwlhih is to be obtained from "TIh .ook," permission having been ob taind from the Shire Council for the latter. The memorial takes tile sharve if a fountain, and is to be erected at the intersection of O'Shian lssy, Staw'll and. Brook street, Sunbury.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
MISS PEARD (Diploma in Masic. University of Mel. bourne). TEACHER OF PIANO. VIOLIN. HARMONY. and COUNTERPOINT. Students prepared for all practical and. theoretical examinations Address: 32 ROBB ST.. IOONEE PONDS. and ALLAN'S. Collins street. City. Tuition has been resumed.£ MISS M. JENKIN (Assoeiate of the Guildhall School Of Music, London). Visits and Receives Pupils for PIANOFORTE. THEORY and HARMONY. 142 PRIMBOSE ST.. ESSENDON. MISS ALICE ENNIS L.AB.. A.L.C.M: (University Conservatorium Exbhbitioer.) TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE HARMONY. COUNTERPOINT. FORM AND ANALYSIS. Pupils Prepared for all Examinations. Tuition Resumed 27th January. "Ethermyne." 185 Eglinton Street. Moonee Ponds. Glen's. Collins Street. City. MISS M. GREENAWAY D.MLS.V.. A.L.O:M:. Teacher of PIANO. VIOLIN. THEORY and HARMONY. "Penpont," Albion street, West Bruns wick, within few minutes Essendon bound ary. Pupils visited and received. MISS GRACE EVANS D.MS.V.. A.L.CJL IPupil of Madamne Marguerite Henderson). Teacher ...
NOTES BY THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
, NOdES BY` HE WAY - I h i, rer. A acti',: of the Melbourne daily pre?s is again advocating the running of passenger trains from the metropolis to the principal centres of provincial population on Sundays and vice versa, and this time oven goes so far as to say that unless Mr. Mackinnon, the Minister of Iailways,. can see his ay. to introduce this his, attitude will not strenigthen the claims of the Watt Gov ernment to be regarded as a "Country -Ministry." It is very doubtful, hoir ever, whether such trains would ipy. There might be suflicient number 'of Melbourne people desirous to' get to the country every week, but lwhen the case of the rural' residents is considered it is different. Melbourne has little or no attraction for the visitor on Sunday since all places of amunsement and en tertainmenit are closed, and there would hardly be a rush of country resi dents regularly every week to town just.to see their relalions and' friends. is more likely to be .perturbid about the amount...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
J. SUTTON CASH BUTCHER 73 PUCKLE STREET, MOONEE PONDS BEST QUALITY OF GOODS. PRICES GUARANTEED Id PER LB. BELOW ANY OTHER BUTCHER. BREAD DELIVERED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. ALL GOODS FREE FROM ADULTERATION A. MILE'S8 BAKER, PASTRYCOOK, &0C. S6INAPIER STREET, ESSENODO :'`; IIC OCIALS SPECIALLY CU.IEREID FOR. YOUR PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. E. SCHAFER. MANUFACTURING JEWELLER 12G PUCKLE STREET MOONEE PONDS ti Watch and Clock Repairs Guaranteed for 12 Months. Jewellery Re-made intb Any Design. All kinds of Repairs Neatly Executed. LICENSED GOLD BUYER. Gilding, Silvering and Plating Done. HOLMES ROAD MOONEE PONDS AT RAILWAY STATION QUEEN'S LIBRARY -4+-- NEW BOOKS BY EVERY MAIL. All kinds of Stationery, Post Cards, Fancy Goods and Needlework. Agent for MISS LUPLAUJS NEEDLEWORK DESIGNS. Public 'Phone. MRS. THOMSON Aoxoxoxoxoxogoxoxoxoxxo )xoxonxoxoxoxoxoxexox X MATTHEWS FOR EVERYTHING MUSICAL SLATEST SHEET MUSIC AND SONGS. GRAMOPIIONES, ZONOPHONES X X AND RECORDS. PIANOS AND ...
SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
SOCIAL ;----e- The-Essondon Hockey Club held an interesting social on Saturday evening last, in St. Paul's hall, to mark-theo opening of their fourth year. The hall was fairly well filled with an apprecia ti?e audience.- The programmes com loncing with the Tango' Minstrels, was well received, but the latter part had to be curtailed owing to the numerous uncores to the Minstrels, who occupied the first, part of the evening. The Tangoes' made an impressive eni trance with' their opening, chorus, "Jolliest Coons About." After a con carted number, Buck Jansen sang "Moonlight on the Mississippi," and for. an encore "Rose of . Honolulu." "Ragtime Violin," and "Robert E. Loe, by Walter Watt. were well re coived. Wisdom and Dallis, in their songs and patter, .Ben .Dorkins, Mr. Cleaveland, . and Sonnio.. Wilson, . also received encores. As. a grand finale, this troupe rendered humorous selec tions by the famous imitation ragtime hand, conducted by Professor Dallis. In the second part of the ...
A.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
A.W.-A. ilirsay, 6th inst., the above branch held their usujl fortniglhtly meeting in the Essendoni Town Hall building, a good number of members and olficers boing present. After the plbsident (Mrs. Shaddock) declared the branch open for buisiness; tho',secretary (M1rs. Henderson).read minutes of pre vious meeting, which were accepted by members. There being .very little busi ness to Do throligh; the evening was de voted to work far.the Military Fete (of which the branch held the Sweets Stall), which passed a very pleasant and industrious evenine.
AU REVOIR [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
AU REVOIR -,# The friends of Mr. and Mrs. W.' J. uenkins, E.S.A. Bank, Uhiion.road, As wot Vale, were given an opportunity y. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Robertson, on Wednesday, 25th March, of wishing tlem "bon. voyage" and saying "au evoir." Progressive ieuchre was the >rder of the evening; the ladies' prize "as won by Mrs. T. G. Forbes, and the oentlemen's by Mr. E. P. McMaster. [r. and Mrs. Jenkins' health was pro losed by Mr. Robertson, and supported i, Mr. Eville and Cr. Cole. ,Mr. Jen ins responded in one of his humorolis peeches. Those present were:-Mles lames Jenkins, Cole, Eville, James, Ad rans, Forbes, Lightbody, Edwards, lridgford, WVymllam, Davies, Ander on; Misses Alexander. MeMaster, Ad nans, Russell, Edwards, Anderson; lessrs. .Jenkins, Newstadt, Alexasnder; )khurst, F. Reidy, Ellis, Webb, Yates, ?ville, Wilson, dole and Admans.
The Play. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
The Play. From- the bounce until the finish. botli sides played a good open game, although the Esseudon back line was too strong for the Footscray chaps. Barker Sevior, Hoare and Turner of the old players were all conspicuous throughout the game, while of the new players Kemp, Coffey, McPherson and Quinlan all aid well. The last quarter of the game was the best, and when Footscray found the opening through the back line they did not forget to take advantage of it, and nc good goa resulted. Footscray played well, bu crowded tile bll too much, and were b eateu in the ruck, whoero Seior and Ji rim ,ura too goeod forlthe.,mniors5. S1st quarter. . Essendon, 1 goal 8 behinds. Footscray, nit. 2nd quarter. Essendon,. 2 goals 11 behinds. Footscray, nil. 3rd quarter. Essendou, 3 goals 14 behinds. Footscray, nil. Final. Essendon, 5 goals 16 behinds. Footscray, 1 goal 8 behinds. Goalkickers for Essendon.-Kemln (2), Coffey, Sevior, Turner.
A. E. Gibson's Auction Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
A. E. Gibson's Auction Sale. A. E. Gibson, auctioneer, is an nouonced to sell on Saturday ;. ex5t. 4I. ApriT, `'nts-3.ao pals", on'tho loau Rose street, nearly opposite the Essen don station an allotment of land con sisting of 49ft and 124ft 8in. The land occupies one of the best positions in Es soudon, and is for absolute sale. The title is certificate, particulars may be had from A. E. Gibson, 98a Queen st., or Moloney Brothers,. Margaret street, opposite Mloone Ponds station.
Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
Notes. 'Jhe club are fortunate in having a good working committee with secretary and treasurer, and the public are sure of a good season's sport, and the best feeling exists between officials and the pllenibers' tickets are now available at the various depots. Phil. Gibson led the team last Sat urday and immediately struck form. Sid Barker, North's late captain, will don a red and black uniform and play for the locals this season if the Asso ciation will allow him. Ebbott (St. Kilda), Coffey (Pascoe Vale), and Kemp (from a local church team), are great finds, and have al ready proved themselves worthy of in clusion in the team. Mick Madden, Bert Atkins, Tom Clarke and Jack McIntyre were unable to be present on Saturday but will all be ready when wanted, and are attend ing well to training. Bob Hardinman and Bill Quinlan, now recruits from Xavier College and Es sendon C.Y.M.S. respectively, are iwo good men. Quinlan is a big follower and Hardiman has already shown by Saturday's play ...
P.S.A. Brotherhood. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
P.S.A. Brotherhood. Next Sunday, at the Masonic hall, Ascot Vale, at 3 p.m., the Brotherhood will hold their usual meeting, at which MIr. J. W. Barrett, M.D,, 31.S., F.I.C.S. Eng., will take for his sub ject "The Empire," which will be pro fusely illustrated by lantern views. The soloist will be .Mlr. Horsburg, and the orchestra will render selections.
ESSENDON FOOTBALL CLUB. PRESENTATION TO MR. MATT WATSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
ESSENDON FOOTBALL CLUB. PRESENTATION TO MR. MATT WATSON. On Saturday evening last the comn mittee of the Essendon F. C. met at the residence of Mr. Matt Watson to say farewell to their lito secretary and coimmitteeman, who left on Monday last to take up a very important posi tiol in Adelaide. Mr. J. A. Gornan. secretary of the club, presented .lr. Watson, on behalf of the committee, with a travelling bag, suitably in scribed, and a travelling rug; and, I. doing so, referred to the work of hMr. Watson, who was loved by all *s a comrade. Messrs. G. Johnston, Jos. Martin, H. Nairn, J. S. McIntyre, and I. Williams all spoke in praise of Mr. Watson. Mir. Dug Chapman, an old player who intends to don the red and black uniform this season, spoke on be half of the players with reference to Mr. Watson as a thorough gentleman. Mr. Watson was a man who spared nothing in order to make everything comfortable for the players, and he, on behalf of the players, wished him good luck. Mr. Watson suit...
ESSENDON AND FLEMINGTON PROTESTANT CHURCHES FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
ESSENDON AND FLEUMINGTON PROTESTANT CHURCHES FOOT BALL ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting of the above was held on Monday last, Mr. C. Stevens (chairman of committee) being in the chair. The secretary, Mr. D. F. Gibbins, in his report, spoke of the past season having been fairly successful,. A.V. Congregational being premiers, >ith F. and K. Presbyterian runners-up. TheS stindard of the play was good,' and generally; agoodd feeling was sustained. The umplres last season were also satisfaction. The treasurer, Mr. R. Rowe, in his balance sheet showed the funds in credit, notwithstandin that some of last year's accounts had to be met out of this year's finances. Highly complimentary remarks were tendered to the chairman of committees and the sdcretary (Messrs. Stevens and Gibbins) for their work during the past. The secretary again promised his usual trophy-a framed enlargement of the team to the club winning the pre miershilp. In thie election of officers, all the re tiring officers w...
ESSENDON AND FLEMINGTON. CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
ESSENDON AND FLEMINGTON. C HURCHtES. The last round of matches was con cluded on Saturday. In the A section Ascot Vale Congregational are pre miers, and Flemington and Kensington Presbyterian runners-up, and in the B section St. l'aul's (champions) ar pro Ascot Vale Congregational, 99 and seven for 39 (G. Ancterson 20 antd 12 not out, C. Hanna 19, R. Hayes 12; T. Clarke eight for 30i G. Gay live for 53, M. Kellaway two for 21), beat North Essendon Methodist, 53 and 81 (R. Wilkinson 33, G. Gay 28, A. C. Dibb 15 not out, M. Kellaway 13; W. Drayson six for 32, H. Parris two for 15, E. Worrell three for 20, 1t. Hayes two for 59), by three wickets. .Moonoo Ponds Methodist, 117 and 40 (A. Fox 23, G. McRao 22, R. McCann 13 not out, V. McRae 28; Andrewar tha five for 35, S. Walton five for 36i, J. Hester three for 30, Vincent three for 1), beat Kensington Methodist, 31 and 96 (C. Groves 38, T. Snowden 27, Griunmett 17, J. Hexter 17 and 11; A. Fox five for 41, Itae four for 29, 'Park four fo...
FLEM. AND KEN. PRESBYTERIAN V. CHURCH MANAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
FLE31. AND KEN. PIlESBYTEIfIAN V. CHURCH MALNAGERS. This match was played on Saturday last in the presence of a fair number of spectators. The church managers were well represented, but the cricket-. ers found themselves short of several of their regulars, who evidently thought the match to be a soft thing for their team, but as the scores in dicate, they were mistaken. However, their places were filled by several pro mising colts, who more than justilied their inclusion. The managers had first use of the wicket, and opened with two old-timers in Mr. Geo. Carlyle and Mr. Jas. Reid, to the bowling of P. McLean and J. Todd. Both batsmen com menced cautiously, but with the score at 12, Mr. Carlyle was bowled by J. Todd. 1-8--12. Mr. J. McTaggart, another old-timer, was next, but had only just commenced to show a glimpse of his form, when in trying for a big hit he was maught. --7-27. .. Dewar £uvll.. ,-J--i -. r . merrily for eight, was bowled by C. McLean. 3--8--38. Captain Will Davie...