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ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
ATHLETICS " By Whistleo St'.Thomus harriers held their open ing run last Saturday from the club rooms. There wans a muster of. 40, in cluding a few visitors. "Sam" Bow tell acted as pace, takiig :the hounds through Hudson's paddock, then en teringthe trainer's (Mr. Fagg) private back yard, afterwards making towards Bulls road, across Aberfeldie Hill and Buckley Park. Near Bullasroad, .two "hares" were seen in the distance, but by using strategy, soon escaped the hounds. The distance covered was about.5 miles, and the new colts showed great promise of possessing good staying powers. "Hal' Barker, of Barker's Flats, had charge of the whistle. The first to arrive home were H. Crapp, with A. Wardrop following. Next Saturday four members are running at the Druids' Gala Sports D. Rider, C. Secombo, H. Fynmore in the two miles; H. Crapp and H. Fyn more in half-mile.
ESSENDON POLICE COURT MONDAY, 6th APRIL. Before Dr. Martell (chairman), D. Wilson and R. Kerr, justices. Wandering Stock. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
ESSENDON POLICE COURT ---+~--- :MONDAY, 6th APRIL. Before Dr. Martell (chairman), )D. \ilson and-R. Kerr, justices. Wandering Stock. ' The nuisance not abating. lFines to be.: icreased.. ly cam oniobforti: iurtwandotng stock cases; and a tlie delinjitiefts env. dently did notregard the fine imposed as a deterrent, the Dench would, from this time forward, impose sufficiently igh penalties .to achieve the desired 'titl. The .following caes at the inlstuce of..-Inspctor Lyon were then dealt with:-Sydnoy Bartlett, horse, fined 7s Gd and2sa 6d costs; Miciael Tuohey, cow, 5s aiid 2s Gd; Frederick Missei, cow, 5s and 2s Gd; Bridget Madden, horse 7sGd 'and-2s Gd; Joseph Mad den,; orne; a secnd offonce, 10s and 2s (d; Frank Nicholson, holrse 7s 6d and 2s. 6d. Adjouried Catses. Charlotto McGrath iv.. Chrles Ar thur. Swan.---Aljotirned for. 14 days by consent,. Swan cv. :>Swan--Adiourned. for 14 days. on=Vaccination. Co:' nstable" Moris: v; .'Thonmas Mttn totu.- ined £2 with 2s Gd costs. De...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
"Now, boys," said a Sunday school teacher, addressing thle pupils of his cltss. soan Hotniynfu sL.ý ·.· al.lnr eliaui Iarigll llttl fellow. bburstling wlth lknow ledge. "Yes, sir; it was him as done thss hlousework for llobinson Crusoe. sir." An old gentlemanu, always very Iolito to ladies, was a:?serting one day lthat le lad lever seen ;L really ugly wonlall. A lady with a flat nosu, overhearing hin. said: "sirl, look at ilm. and couufess tshat I'm truly ugly." "lad.n." he replied. "5tt tlr ro i ' of your s. osL l'Urs i siugsl flalenl Irom the snies; but It wss your misfortune. rathe thia your fIsiolt. that you happeied to alight on your nose.'" "Good-night, my swetet fareowell. ly love; my- soul goes out to then! But tiule Is speeoding fast, my love, and 1 must qluielsy feel 'Tis but a feos short hours,. toy love. alid you must think of me. till we meeet ogain to-morrow, love-my soul goes out, to thee!'" Tlhus sloke a lover to his lass. uDeep in her eyes gazed lie. Now, one fond k...
Late Copy. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
Late Copy. "A quantity of copy, moro especially sporting matter, that should reach us on Mondays, dawdles in late on Tues day and Wednesday. As a consequence such communications ire frequently held over. As we are not going to be the' scapegoat of the delinqueicy of many who choose to dawdle regarding sending in their reports. we regularly iold over every case of manifest dawd ling from insertion. \Ve want copy in the early part of the week, while on Wednesdays it is a case of sorting out what is to be inserted, and keeping back the effusions of those who have sent us stale matter close up to the hour of issue. We bear a deal of ex pense setting up sporting reports, and it is not asking too much to expect early copy. Our difficulty is that we are obliged to keep our linoty:pe mach inery in action all through the week, as it would be impossible to set up our paper in one day; and through having to handle a very large circula tion, our machlining in the printing department has' to ext...
Twice Injured. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
Twice Injured. Anxiety to get home after a spell in hospital recovering from an accident brought a second injury to William Earle, 51 years of age, of Gloucester street, Kensington, a fishmonger in unulsal circumstances on Tlhursday. Earle broke his leg. recently, and he has been in a private hospital at Sur rey HilLs. Feeling nmuch better lie de cided to go home and give his family a surprise. They received the sur prise, but not the pleasant one intend ed. The leg was still in plaster of paris. Earle was on crutches and could not sit down. At the Surrey Hills station lie entered a Tait train. and propped himself against the side of the open door. Before the train reached Canterbury a jolt over balanced him, and he fell on to the line. His escape was wonderful. A scalp wound, with slight concussion, was his most serious. injury. He was picked up by the next train passing, but lie changed his destination from home to the Melbourne Hospital. where Dr. W. I. Robertson admitted him for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
J SUTT.ON CASH BUTCHER 73 PUCKLE STREET, MOONEE PONDS BEST QUALITY OF GOODS. PRICES GUARANTEED ld PER LB. BELOW ANY OTHER BUTOHER. BREAD DELIVERED THROUGHOUT TlE DISTRICT. ALL GOODS FREE FROM ADULTERATION A MILES 6 NAPIER STREET, ESSENDON WHEATEN MEAL BREAD A SPECIALITY. PICNICS. SOCIALS SPECIALLY CATEIRED FOR. YOUR PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. E. SCHAFER MANUFACTURING JEWELLER 126 PUCKLE STREET MOONEE PONDS t1 Watch and Clock Repairs Guaranteed for 12 Month.. Jewellery Re-made into Any Design: All kinds of Repairs Neatly Executed. LICENSED GOLD BUYER. # l Gilding. Silvering and Plating Done. HOLMES ROAD MOONEE PONDS AT RAILWAY STATION QUEEN'S LIBRARY - L---- NEW BOOKS BY EVERY MAIL. All kinds of Stationery, Post Cards. Fancy Goods and Needlework. Agent for MISS LUPLAU'S NEEDLEWORK DESIGNS. Public 'Phone. MRS. THOMSON XoXoxoxoXQoXoxooxooxoxx~XoXoXo xxxxXo o XoXoxoX MATTHEWS FOR EVERYTHING MUSICAL X LATEST SHEET MUSIC AND SONGS. GRAMOPHONES. ZONOPIIONES x X AND RECORDS. PIANOS A...
MEDICAL NOTES SCALP WOUNDS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
MEDICAL? NOTES, SCALP WOUNDS When you aro treating:the scalp for sores or wounds, you must cut the hihir off round the affected area. There is liothing more distressing to a surgeon's eye than to see the hair all matte and clogged with blood, itr a septic dis charge from a sore flace. The very cause and origin of the sore was the presence of septic germs and how can you 'possibly get the scalp clean unless you clear away all that mess? Many people who have no idea of surgical cleanliness, and have never attended classes of first aid or home nursine. spem to think that if they apply sonic stick ointment on top of a mass of mat ted hair they are doing all that is necessary. CRAMP. Any muscles of the body mmay bo rrftctts b" tie paliful. seb5unodio traction known as cramp, but those of the legs and arms are most often af fected. The most natural causes are tihe presence of indigestible food in the stomnach and the pressure on the nerves of-, 0r" -intestines - when - overloaded. Clremp ...
ESSENDON DISTRICT SCOTTISH SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
ESSENDON DISTRICT SCOTTISH SOCIETY Macon wroto-" Nothing is pleasant that is not spiced with variety," but Disraeli capped this saying by ans other-"Variety is the mother of en joyment." On Thursday, 16th April. in the Masonic Hall, the members will 'have the opportunity of proving the truth of these two quotations, for at the usual monthly concert variety holds sway. T'lhere will be piping and dancing by Mr. J. G. Harris and Miss RIlita Lnslett; song by Miss Minnie P'aton, sorts of instruments, will again give the" audience an instrumental treat: Mr. C. II. Ledward's fine baritone voice will Ie heard in Scottish songs; Mr. A. J. Hawkins (of "Silver King"' fame) will give readings; Mr. Lock Fraser, a nest comedian at these cosn certs, will sing Ihumorouss songs, and a comedietta, under hMr. Hawkins' care, sill be staged, entitled "Counsel's Opinion." *.Here you have ', a mixture that should satisfy the most insatiable ap petite for change, and the Masonic Hull is sure to be taxed by...
SCHOOL CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
SCHOOL CRICKET. Brighton Grammar School and St. Thomas's Grammar School met on Friday, on the St. Kilda ground. An exciting match resulted in a win for St. Thomas G.S. by one wicket. The scores were:--St. Thomas G.S., 58 and nine for 84; B.G.S., 36 and seven for 101 (innings declared closed). For the winners, Macgill scored 12 and 52, besides obtaining eight wickets for 34; Peterson obtained seven for 57. For Brighton, Calvert made 37. Rus sell 22, and Grattan 18 not out. Han son secured nine wickets for 43.
Military Fete. Correction. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
3ilitary Fete. Correction. A\ rumour has been circulated that had charge of the Flower Stall at tile above Fete. We are requested to state that the above society had nothing whatever to do with it. The stall was managed by Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bond and Mrs. W. S. Ferguson, and the as sistants were the Misses Silvia and l)oris MeNeilago, Elyy Dobson, Dug dale, Barker (two), Nellie and Kath leen Molloy, Doris Peterson, Russell. The following donations were received: --Mr. James Wright, .large palm; gardener of IMr. W. M3cNeilage, pot plants; Mrs. Chisholm, aspidistra; Mrs. Dobson, fern; and several small amounts. Winners of plants not hav ing received. their prizes cah get same on calling at the residence of aIr. Bond, 26 Loarmonth street.
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
FOOTBALL By "Rtight Wing." The practice match at the Essendon ground on Saturday, between Essen dun and South .Melbourne District. drew a fair number of spectators. The form displayed by the thirteen of last year's players who stripped was very gratifying. Essendon.scored 17 goals 21 behinds to 4 goals 5 behinds. The South team, despite the fact that about a dozen of their team were trying out with senior terms, made a good game, some of their players show ing out well. Tom Clarke, Essendon's shootist, was in good form, getting 5 goals, and helped some of the new players to get them.. Tom Sevior played a dashing game, following most of the afternoon. Phil Gibson has lost none of his dash. Perce Walker was quick, bright and clever. Jack Hoare bids fair to hold his own against all comers; his cool, heady work getting him a couple of goals. The Madden Brothers played well together, and opposing forwards will find it hard to pass them. Harry Bickford kicked a couple of goals. Stan Hunti...