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FOOTBALL ESSENDON (A.) F.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
FOOTBALL -*-----. ESSENDON (A.) F.C. On Saturday last Essendon (A.) football club played their first practice match with rootscray Juniors, on the Essendon cricket ground. There was. a fair attendancec despite the fact that other local functions were being held. The ground was in good condition, and a good game resulted, Essendon prov ing too good for the Footscray boys (although they are to be congratulated -for the good and manly spirit in which they played). Footscray tried over 30 players during the game, and the'fol lowing team represented Essendon, led by Pil. Gibson: Backs: Joe Madden, Gibson, Cock ram. Half-backs: McPherson. Bick ford Huntington. Centres: Ebbott, Walker, Pain. Half-forwards: Sevior, HIoare, Coffey. Forwards: Turner, Kemp n;Dowling. Followers: Barker, Quinlan. Rorer, Hardiman.
The Essendon Gazette Published Every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, 2nd APRIL, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
PubWlished Every Thursday -Morning.:,' THURSDAY, 2nd APRIL, 1914. The A.1:.: c onferi eat tWangar atta,amid the diversity of importait public matters dealt with by it, found time to touch briefly on the question of honorary justices, which, bye the bye, seems to exercise the mind of the com munity to an increasing extent. The' late Senator J. Styles had a habit of referring to the question of the uni formity of gauge in connection with the different State lines as "the great railway problem," and so it seems the consideration of the functions and qualifications of the unpaid magistracy may be said to constitute "the great J.P. problem." The proposal of one delegate at the Wangaratta Conference that justices of the peace should be shorn of their judicial powers would, if adopted by the powers that be, vir tually mean the almost entire abolition of the office held by these gentlemen, as it is more than probable that if their duties were confined to signing sum sworn declarations in re...
BOWLING MOONEE PONDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
BOWLING -4-~- 100NEE PONDS On Saturday last an honour was con ferred. on the? MLoonee Ponds' bowline club by a visit paid to the club pavilion and green by His Excellency the Gov ernor and Lady Stanley. : The presi-: dent, Mr. Smith Macdonald, and-the lion. sec., Mr. A. E. Young, were each presented to the Vice-Regal party, by .Mr. Donald Cameron, the Town Clerk of Essendon. The opportunity was availed of to make His.Excellency an. honorary member of the club and a patron, "on the spot," so that the club can now boast of being under Vice-Regal pa tronage. His Excellency passed some eulogis tic remarks on the condition of the green, and the appointments of the club generally. The Moonee Ponds green is the first .bowling green fa voured by a visit fromi the new Gov ornor. The Easter carnival of the Moonee Ponds club is attracting the attention of bowlers, and bids to outrival all pro vious carnivals, as a record entry is. already assured.
GOLF NORTHERN V. BRIGHTON [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
GOLFr NORTHERN V. BRIGHTON. Owing to encroachment of buildings on the playing area of the links, thel Brighten Golf Club has been forced to disband. This was very reluctantly done, because of the natural suitability f?lthocgro unl;;£ori fo ThcubVwa foresee the growing popularity of the -game they could have purchased the ground for £3500--enough for an 18 hole course. All its members will re member the links as having provided. some of their most enjoyable golf. As a final wind-up, a match was vlayed last Saturday with Brighton's old rivals, the Essendon (now Northern) club. The result was as follows: NORTHERIN. H. A. W . Stone ................ 0 0 D. Duff ............. .... 3 4 J. Sprigg .... ......... 0 A. Armour ... ... 1 3 W. Thompson ............ 0 F. Venman ... .. ... ... 0 0 BRIGHTON. H. A. A. Kyte ............... ... 7 5 W. Gibson ......... ... ... 00 L. Cuddon ............ ... 1 3 W. Calvert ............ .:. ) 0 E. McCallumn ......... .. 1 3 C. Cooke ................ r -s 1...
Wandering Stock. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
Wandering Stock. Fines were inflicted as follows at the suit of Inspector Lyon and Sergeant Bennett:-Samuel Bullock, cow found wandering in the little reserve in Mit. Alexander road, fined 5s, with 2s id costs; Edward McKay, cow,- fined 5s and 2s Gd; the unknown owner of a bay maro was ordered to pay 7s 6d fine, with 28s 6d cdsts;' Alfred Williamson, cow, 7s 6d and 2s 6d; Alex. McRae, 2 cows, 10s and 2s 6d; John Stone, horse, cos . ana .i . I e T eendn was let off .n DayinE 2 'Cd costs.
CRICKET ESSENDON CRICKET CLUB. EASTER TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
CRICKET ESSENDON CRICKET CLUB. EASTER TOUR. The Essendon club will this Easter pay a visit to Warrnambool. The Warr nambool cricket team has the reputs °tion of being an unusually powerful combination, consequently the visitors will be placed on their mettle. The visiting team .will leave Spencer street on Thursday afternoon, 9th April, and play Warrnambool on Friday and Sat urday. On the homeward journey, a match will be played against Noorat, on Easter Monday andl Tuesday. The players will be accompanied by about twenty supporters, and Mr. T. Ley will have charge of the trip. The team picked will be as follows:-J. Russell (captain), W. Griffiths, T. Macartney, V. Coulter, T. Ley, E. 1. Kennedy, t. Proud, C. ityan, F. Hanna, W. Liston, L. Mahon, J. Wheatley.
Obscene Language. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
Obscene Language. C..,table Burroughs v. Albert Smith ---Charge that on 28th February, he used obscene language in Maribyrnong road. Accused said he did not remember. but believed he did use had language. Constable Burroughs deposed accused was with a rowdy "push' at the river concert. Accused went into the hotel. and afterwards used filthy language in the presente of ladies. The Sub-Inspector: Why was he not arrested instead of being summoned? The constable: I knew accused. The Sub-Inspector: He should have been arrested. The constable said accused was with a "push" of younger lads than himself, who were drunker than he. Accused admitted he was 171 years of - age, an upholsterer, and out of work. Fined 40s, in default 7 days in gaol. He asked for time. The Sub-Inspector: The Bench have no power to grant time in cases of ob scene language. Mr. McFarlane: There is a conflict in the Acts. .Police Offences and Jus tices' Acts. But Melbourne Benches do not give any time for "language" c...
TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
TURF TOPICS By Even Time. With a view to thle approaching A.J.C. campaign, Jas. Scobie on Sat urday last despatched Audacity, Spica, and Procyon to IRandwick. Iownit, from' C. Quinn's stable, also accom panied the team. Mr. Hiskens is having further inm provoments carried out at Moouce Valley. The running track is being en larged at the top of the hill, where the mile and a quarter post is situated and the improvements in this direction will be appreciated b' all concerned. It would be safeguarding patrons who frequent the saddling paddock on race days if somethiig in the way of a railing were erected, so as horses could pass to. and front the weighing yard without an issk. o injurng s . in that vicinity, as was neari , to', case with Dalcassian and a spectator lifh"thaitf Mr. Hiskens insisted on the horses being paraded in a circle instead of being exercised among the public, this method would be much safer. Alf Kirk, by Falkirk, a performer froin the W\estern District, is now un d...
CORRESPONDENCE ESSENDON RIVER LEAGUE'S REFRESHMENTS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
CORRESPONDENCE ESSENDON RIVER LEAGUE'S REFRESHMENTS. To the Editor. Sir,--I was gretly surprised whens reading your report of the general committee (not general meeting as you have mistakenly stated) of the River lbsigue, that I had taken exception to the action of the executive commit too spending sthe amount of £2 to pro vision the houseboat. What I did ob ject to was the amount expended in refreshments and free teas, which cost about £16. The question I asked was: Who ordered the refreshments? and was informed by the chairman that the executive committee did so. I still say that the execytive were at fault. They were appointed to draw lip a programme of spioits to be submitted to the general committee for confirmna tion. T'his clause was left out of the minutes; not, as I had said, through them being "altered," but owing to. the minutes being curtailed.-Yours, etc., A. H?ARVEY. 81 Epsom rd., Ascot Vale, 30/3/14. [As a mnatter of fact the meeting was is "general meeting" in every ...
Push v. Push. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
Push v. Push. Constable Lang v. John Goonan. Charge that on 14th inst., he behaved in an offensive manner at Essendon. Constable Lang deposed that at 11.30 he saw a push come out of the Lin colnshire Hotel, headed by accused, who was engaged in a stand-up fight with another man. Could not catch thi other man. It was a push from North Melbourne fighting a local push. Accused gave a wrong address, and when bowled out gave his proper ad dress. Accused admitted that his crowd only numbered four, and it took 20 to make a push. Fined £1. A candidate for towa i council want sub Jicted to much interruption by a butcher, who enjoyed considerablu notoriety as a "heckler." The candidate bore the thing good-humouredly for a time, but at last he gave his questioner a hint that he was tak ng pll valuable* time by.asking silly ques tions. Thills so enraged thie butcher that he shouted out:--If I bad the candidate in my sausage machine I'd make mincemeat of him!" The candidate calmly retorted: "Is ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 2 April 1914
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