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Motor Buses for Broadmeadows. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
Motor Buses for Blroadmeadowa. A meeting was held at Broadmea dows Shire Hall, on Thursday night, to discuss the question of at motor bus service for Broadmeadows and sur rounding districts. The shire presi dent, Cr. A. C. Gibb, occupied the chair, and there was a very large at tendance, which more than filled the hall. The new service, which it is pro posed shall carry both passengers and mails through the district, received a great amount of support from those present at the meeting, and after sonime discussion shares were taken lup ov some or those in the room. Cr. R. Cargill and Messrs. R. N. Frost aid A. T. Cook were appointed provisiouds directors to represent the Broadmea. dows sectibn of the route.
ASSOCIATION PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
ASSOCIATION PROGRAMME. The following is the programme of matches for the premiership of the Vic torian Football Association: April 13. Essendon v. Williamstown. at. Williams. town. oot.Fo ray v. Brighton. at Footscray. Port Melbourne v. Hawthorn,. at Port MIelbourne. Northcotoe . Prahran, at Croxton Park. April 18. Essoendon v. Hawthorn, at Hawthorn. North Melbourne v. Brighton. at North Melbourne. Williamstown v. Prahran, at Williams town. Port Melbourne v. Northcote. at Port Melbourne. Brunswick v. Footscray, at Branswick. April 25. Essendon v. North Melbourne, at Essen don. Northoote v. Williamstown. at Croxton Park. Footscray v. Port Melbourne, at Foots. cray. Brighton v. Brunswick, at Brighton. Prahran v. Hawthorn, at Toorak Park. May 2. Essnndon F. Brighton. at Essondon. Williamstown v. Port Melbourne. at Wil liamnstown. lawthorn v. Footscray, at Hawthorn. Northcote v. Brunswick, at Crouton Park. Prahran v. North Melbourne. at Toorak Park. May 9. Essendon v. Footscray. at Foot...
ASCOT VALE v. ST. MARY'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
ASCOT VALE ,v. ST. MARY'S. Ascots -played their first practice match on Saturday.. against St. Mary's, on the latter's ground, and won comfortably. Ascots played only 15 men, four of their players-Martin, Blake, Black and Perrett playing with St. Marys, who also included J. Walsh of Keilor. Ascots' new players wero Brown, Parris, Vick, Dobson and Casanella, all of whom gave a good account of themselves, and should be valuable additions to the team.. The teams were: Ascots.-Bolan (c), Bennie, Branni gan, Isaacs, Higginbotham, Brown, Darcy, Vick, Walker, Parris, Dobson, Cook, Carmody, Casanella, Billings. St." Mary's.-Wholan (2), Stewart, Forbes, Walsh (2) Jellett, Hayden, Phelan, Kennedy, kyne, Ross, Rod well, lPerrett, Martin, Blake. Black. McCann. Scores:-Ascots, 9.13; - St.. Mary's, 4.4. Goalkickers for Ascots.-Bolan :3,' Billings 2, Isaacs 2, Brown, Casanella.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
BALLROOM DANCING: 'CALL, WRITE, OR PHONE 6008 CENTRAL TO MR. AND MRS. Cleveland PROFESSORS OF DANCING AT THEIR ACADEMY 264 DRUMMOND ST. CARLTON FOR THEIR PROSPECTUS WHICH GIVES PARICULARS RE THEIR SUPERIOR ADULT -* BEGINNERS. CLASSES AND- PRIVATE TUITION MR. or MRS. CLEVELAND- can bt seen any time from 10 n.m. to 10 p.m. at the above address. DANCING 'DAN?X.NG The Dancing Season has begun, You need not go to France. Just call around'to Moonee Street. That's where you'll learn to dance. MR. & MRS. BARTLING 33 Moonee Street. Ascot Vale All Ballroom Dances Taught In One Quarter. Terms--15s per quarter. Single Lesson,. PUBLIC NOTICES. S EVERYBODY'S SUN-BURNTI Sthat's why Everybody's usnlog * -. - ALMOND CREAM * An ANTISEPTIC. SOOTHING ? and HEALING LOTION. ? For Sunburn. Chapped Hands. ? Pace and Lips, Complexion and ? all roughness of the skin. A. v saluable application for sun or ? superficial burns. ? * Obtainable only at WALLACE M. : - JEWKES PHARMACEUTICAL 'CHEMIST, S THE S...
CRICKET SCOTTISH CRICKET. WILLIAMSTOWN V. ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
CRICKET :. SCOTTISH- CRICKET. WILLIAMISTOWN V. ESSENDON. This match was concluded at Wil liamstown last Saturday week, and resulted in a win for Essendon by an innings and 7?runs, Essendon being runners-up in the competition. R. Forsyth won the bowling average for the season with 47 wickets at a cost of 6 runs apiece; A. Bailey second, with 31 wickets, average 9. Bennie, B., won the batting average, 32 per innings; Grimshaw, G., second with 26 per innings WILLIAMSTOWN. First Innings ... ... ........ 10 Second Innings ............... 36 Bowling.-Forsyth 13 for 25. Bailey 0 for 3, Bennie, B., 0 for 20, 3Moir, J., 4 for 20, Bennie, C., 1' for 4. ESSENDON. First Innings. Bonnie, B., run out ... ...... 0 Grimshaw, G., c, b Russell ... 5 Moir, J., b Russell ............ 6 Bennie, C., b Russell ... ... 5 Whitelaw, C., b Russsell ...-.:. 0 Cameron, A., b Russell ... ... 0 Bruce, A., c, b Stewart ..... 15 Forsyth, It., b Russell ......4 Bailey A., b Dun ......... 23 Meikle H., run out .........
Essendon Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
Essendon Horticultural Society. The autumn show of this society will boe held on Tuesday evening5 21st; from 7.30 to 10, in the. Puckle street hall, Moonee Ponds, when it is expect ed that notwithstanding 'the lateness of the date there will he a good .dis play of dahlias, chrysanthemums and other autumn flowers. There are some nice prizes offered in the schedule, which should induce members (both old and new) to make the show a suc cess by staging exhibits either for com )etition or "For Exhibition Only." There will be a musical programme rendered. The admission to the public will be 6d. JD
The Essendon Gazette Published Every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, 9th APRIL, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
Published Every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY,-9cth APRIL, 1914. It seems that some medical men in Sydney fear that there may be a sec oand outbreak of small pox there, and it would really appear that in many respects the New South Wales capita] is of all Australian cities most mlser able. The strike microbe seems to have permanently fastened on its in dustrial interests, and when revolts of labour take place there, they as sulme a much Inore virulent-not to say at times vicious-type than in Vic toria. The recent trouble in the butchering trade soon came to a head in Sydney, and the public were called on for a period to endure the discom fort and inconvenience of a meat famine, whereas in Melbourne negotia tions were conducted in a spirit of creditable amicability, both as regard eel masters and men, and a settlement of the dilliculty arrived at. Reverting to thes dreadful epidemic above men tioned, developments in connection with its advent in the mother State, taken in conjunction wi...
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
NOTES. Walker and Cook are already at their top, being much too fast for Si. Mary's wing men on Saturday. Brown, a new player, was probably the best man in Ascots' colours. al ways making good use of the ball. Parris, Vick and Dobson also played well, and should be valuabl6 additions to the team. Casanella played a very cool game, picking the ball up very smartly. Be Bolan captained -the- team, and played his usual good game, kicking 3 goals. Darcy, Carmody, Higginbotham and Bennie took things very easily, but we know what these players can do. They want a bit of training. Isaacs, Billings and Brannigan were busy forward, but Micky missed his usual goal. @@@ . Black, who played with St. Mary's, was tried forward, and kicked a lovely goal. It is not likely the Ascots wiill take him from the half-back line. @@@ Blake played a great game for St. Mary's, his marking being the feature of the game. He was continually in the Ascots' way. Martin and Porrett both showed out to groat advantag...
BOWLING MOONEE PONDS BOWLING CLUB. EASTER CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
BOWLING MOONEE PONDS BOWLING CLUB. EASTER CARNIVAL.. Bowlers throughout the" metro Iplitan area will assemble in great ocr, on the Moonooe,'onds rroan at Eastertide to takoe part in thoe only bowling fixture arranged -under the auspices of the Victoria Bowlini. As sociation. PAIRS. Eighty have nominated for this tro phy, the piece do resistance on the programme which practically resolves itself into a championship for pairs amongst affiliated bowlers. Ehe coveted trophies for the pairs represent values as follows:-lst, £10 10s; 2nd, £4 4s; 3rd, £2 2s. 15 ends to e played, and each player using only 2 bwls. Play commences at 10 o'clock sharp Good Friday, and no grace allowed; so that it behoves players to be prompt. Arrangements have been made to cater fur the vast army of bowlers; about 200 in all; and as the Moonce' Ponds club have an excellent name in connection with the princely manner in which the catering is done at the club in the matter of entertaining visitors, nothing will ...
ELECTRIC LIGHT BOWLS. Essendon v. Middle Park. ESSENDON, 97. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
ELECTRIC LIGHT BOWLS._ Essondon v. Middle Park.: ESSENDON, 97. Stones, Rowe, Lang, Woods ...... 16 Coulson, Trewartha, W. Stephens, Taylor ... ... ... ..... ... .. .. 12 i Mcardy, Beck, Board, Hill .. ... 28 Hamilton, McKorrell, Hull, Royle 17 Box, Jolly, McFarlane, Steel ..: 24 MIDDLE PARK. 82.' Williams, Evans, Robinson, Butler 25 Marks, Roberts, Watson, Hill..: 20 J. Spence, Lawson, Clarke; Low 8 Ilingham, Noseda, Mitchell. Reid II" \V. Spence, Illingworth, Thistle-. waitc, Vagg ............ .... .. 13 Essendon v. S.M.C.C. ESSENDON, 70; . ' G. A. Stephens, Stones, Bidiney, Thackray ... ... . :. :;. ,'19 Touzel; Jas. Munro, ?MFarlane,:: Marshall .; 21' Jno.: Munroi McKerrell, Bowoell," ": Spencer .0 . ..... ......... 30 S.M.C.C., 4i. , tHobbs, Chanter; Chipperfield, Lederman ..,:;... ": 20 Iaby, Wilkinson, Shell, Bent :.: 15" Johnson, O'Hara, Chapman, Mutier ..... ...1... ... ...1...... 11 The trophy competitions' of the Es sendon bowling club have: now been completed and resulted...
PRODUCE STALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
PRODUCE STALL. 'IIThe following donations are acknor ledged:--W.D., 5s.: Mrs. Kinnear, 5s; Mr. Bfleck, 2s (d; Friend, 2s (il; Friend, as: A.M., os; C. Butterly, 2s: A. l'emberton, 2s; C.D., 2s Gd : J. Lovick, 2s; I. Herriot. 2s; C. It. Darey, goods: M3. Merrifield, 2s (id; Friend, 2s; S. Merrifield, 2s; Mrs. D)oig, 2s; Mrs. Kimpton, 2s Gd; Mrs: Patterson, 2s; Friend, 2s: C.S.D., 2s (id; Mfr. Kemp, pickles; H. Narracott, ox tongue; Mrs. Mutimer, ox tongue; Mr. Young,. ox tongue; Mr. Royle, cheese; G. A. Buchanan, prcel; Stainsbury Rothrille, parcel; Iloadley Co., box janm; Bacchus Marsh Milk Co., case milkine; Newman Malufac turmng Co., case sauce. Collected by Mrs. Johii Evans.-M1r. Anderson, Flem. M.P. Works, l01lbs corned beef; Mr. A. W. Allen, lollic manufacturer, 2 large boxes sweets; Mr. G. F. Allen, I large parcel of goods, essences, boot polishes, lino leum reviver, etc., etc.; Mr. Vagg, 2Albs butter: Mr. Wray, milk; Mr. Cougle, 10lbs roast of beef; Mrs. Taylor, Richmond, cak...
Railway Labourer Killed. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 9 April 1914
l~ailway Labourer Killed. The coroner (Dr. IR. I. Cole) held an inquiry at the Morgue on Thurs day into the death of J eremiah Mur phy, 53 years of age, of Railway place, Xewmiarket, a railway labourer, who was killed on the railway line near South Yarra station on March 24. From the evidence of fellow workera it appeared that Murphy, who was i ork-ing at a water-pipe oa the side of the line, had been to the station, and was walking back along the down line, when the flagman, Herbert Jen nings, warnced him of the approach of a train on that line. He walked to the other side of the line, and loaned against the railway bridge. Jennings then saw a train from Oakleigh com ing round the curve and called out. "Both roads," to indicate that there was a train on each. As the down train passed Murphy stopped out and was struck by the other. The coroner said that apparently there was no thing to forbid these men getting inte a position of extreme danger. Mr. J. G. Lee, senior traffic inspecto...