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MILITARY FETE [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
MILITARY FETE Head of Jumble Stall wis$ 4sp..a -Lt. Col. H;.E. Elliott, £1 is; Mrs. Craven, £1 is; Misses Davies, 10s: Miss Ault, s ; Miss Cripps, ls: Miss Allen, 2s; S. S. M.' Burrow, 2s Gd; Newmarket, Gd; A. J. Ault, 2s ld; C. S. Ault, 2s Gd; Mrs. J. McNeil, os. Goods from the following:-Miss Phiiyer Miss Cripps, Miss Davies, Miss Grifllths Miss Stelling, Miss Allen, Miss \W1oods, Miss Cook, Miss Williams, Miss Aston. The following will please call on Mrs. Wells, 77 Francis street, Ascot Vile,' for articles. won in raffles: Miss Wishart; Moss place, West Mel bourne; Miss Whiteley, 56 Edinburgh striot, Burnlev: -Miss:Whllatley, Ard millan road, Moonce Ponds. -
TENNIS TENNIS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
TENNIS --- TENNIS TOURNlAMENT. In connection with the tournament under the control of theo'Essendon club, which commences on Saturday next, the 25th April, the following are the times and draws: Saturday, April 25th. 1.30 o'clock.--J. C. .Madden and Baraclough v. Allen and Kirmsse;. Miss Macaw and McDougall v. MIiss Deans and Sutton; Morgan v. Woolf. 2 o'clock.-T. Telford and Sparrow v. Garrard and K. Aikman; Miss Jar vie and W. Craven v. Miss H. 3Moun tain and Mountain; Graham v. Sayers. 2.30 o'clock.--W. G. Colclough and Mills v. Gilchrist and Broadbent: Miss Guinn and Richards v. Miss Rudd and McFarlane; Rlichardson v. Borth wicke. 3 o'clock.-Fairley and Fairley v. Sutton and Savers; Miss B. Madden and Barraclougli v. Miss Hannah and Pascol; G. Madden v. J. Gilchrist. 3.30 o'clock.--. Aikman and Den yer v. Richards and Richardson; Miss M. Madden and P. Mountain:v. Mrs. Rthoden and Kimpton; Hayes v. Cam eron. I o'clock.-H. Graham and Morgan U. Woolf and Spencer; Miss A. Macaw and ...
TURF TOPICS RACING FIXTURES. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
TURF TOPICS By ."Even" Time." . RACING FIXTURES.. SAPRIL. 25.--Victoria Amateur Turf Club. 25.-City Tattersall's Club (Randwick) - Acceptances April 23. 27.-Moonee Valley Races. •29.--Benalla Racing Club.-Nomina tions,. April 20. 29.--Elmore Racing Club. "On Monday, April 27th, Mr. A. V. Hiskens will provide a splendid pro grailme of racing for patrons to. Mloo nee Valley, the "Paradise" of. all sub urban courses. A splendid entry has been received for the six events down on the programme, and after the re cent downfall of rain and the pros pects of a fine day, the course should be in capital order. Bloing a public holiday in view of the Eight Hours' Anniversary a good attendance can Ibe anticipated. Little Slain, with Toni Woods in the saddle, gave a good display over tln, schtooling hurdles at Flcminsgton on Tl'lrsday morning. KIre is now under the care of E. T. Swan at Caulfield. Ootacamund has joined W. Ley shon's team again at Flemington, after having had a few weeks' spell. Hl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
- ''IUBLIC NOTICES. ` FIRE-=I EWARID. . A- Reward of £.O0 (fifty pounds) will be paid for information loeading to con viction- of person or persons whoi, at -tempted to burn down Williamn Mooney and. Co.'s Coach Factory, Fssondon, on Good Friday night. WANTED, Chitneys to Sw . ohn Wilon. riMces StreetR , _lasainton. Over 20 Ye&rs' Ex:prience in Distriot. ASPHALTING-All Work Execut ed in most workmanlike manner. J.. W. Diamond, 41 Eltham st., New market. NURSE ARTHUR, Trained and Cer tificated, St. Margaret's Hospital, Sydney, attends maternity cases. "llronto," Davies street, Moonee Ponds. J. W. DIAMOND, "Asphalt's." A Method only adopted by Mr. D. 41 Eltham street, Newmarket. PETER SWANEY 149 PUCKLE STREET. MOONEE PONDS BOOTMAKER Established 1892) Notifies that he has REMOVED from Margaret stree, after being established there for 22 years. As heretofore. he guarantees the use of the best material and the beat workmanship. Repairs a specialty. In offering thanks for the long...
The Colonial Bank of Australasia Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
The Colonial Bank of Australnsia Limited. The balance sheet of the Colonial Bank of Australasia Ltd. for the half year ended 31st March last, has been published. The net profit for the half-year amounted to £29,230 7s 4d. A dividend at the rate of 7 per cent. per annum has been made on both Preference and Ordinary shares. £10,000 is being placed to the Re serve Fund, making. £20,000 for the year, and . raising that fund to £220 000. The Reserve Fund is now equal to' one half the paid-up capital of theobank. £e000 is being placed in reduction of bank premises, and £tao6. -s is being carried forward to next half-year. The balance sheet shows great strength in coin, bullion, deben tures, and other liquid assets, which' amount to £2,078,787;11s Gd. This is more than sufficient to pay ill :the current account balance, and other liabilities on demand; and is equal to 40 per cent. of the total liabilities of= the bank. The. bank always shows great strength, in reserves, but . the figures a...
St. John's Presbyterian Church. Essendon. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
St. John's Presbyterian Church. Essendon. We beg to draw attention to the ad vertisement appearing in another col umn of'this issue of a united mceting of the churches of Essendon in con nection with the Zenana Bible and Medical Mission, to .be heli in the above church on Tuestdl; , ? il inst., at 8 o'clock. The chair will be t:ken by Rev. G. P. Rees, of the I;,1,tist Church, and Miss Russell, of th .11.is sion will give an account of her work in l ombay. Solos will be rendered by Misses Florrie Gordon and Clarice Weare. We might mention that Miss Russell has been at work for fourteeni years in Bombay under the auspices of the Mission, and, therefore, a very interesting and instructive meeting ts promised. A hearty invitation is ex tended to all to attend.
"Bringing up Children in Ignorance." [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
"Bringing up Children in Ignorance.' IMr. -Read -Murphy, P.M., was ver. nmuch to the point on -Monday, in hi references . to parenta who neglecter .the 'educational opportunities offorer free to their children by the State. Tile P.M. sternly told defendants that when they.became old women, and de pendent upon their sons, they would better realise their own shameful act of "brlinig ulip their children in i notrance. It was a wrong noi otlu to to the children but a wrong to the parents thenmselves. Some mothers said they had no means of compelling their children to attend regularly; in one case a boy of 8 years! The mother was advised to get a penny note book and ask the teacher to fill in the at tendance daily of a scholar who gave trouble. Inspector Clucas said a num Ier of parents had already adopted this method. When told by a mother that she could not control a boy of 8 years, the P.M1. asked if there were any criminality in the matter, and if not it Imuist bl parental carelessne...
Crown Estate, Pascoe Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
Crown Estate, Pascoo Vale. Duncan and Weller, auctioneers, in conjunction with McAlpine and Co., estate agents, will hold, on Saturday next, at 3.30 p.m., on the ground, ai subdi?isional sale of the Urown Estate, Pascoe Vale. The land is only seven miles from the City, and in a splendid, position. The terms ate exceedingly bieral, being £3 deposit, £1 per month up to 5-years at 5 per cent. A moe toi bus will leave Melbourne at 1.30 p.m., proceeding direct to the Estate, also meeting trains at Pascoe Vale sta tion,'to convoy purchasers to the salo free of charge.
Report of Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
Roport of Snles. Mr. J. D. Graham, auctioneer, 97 Queen street, reports having sold by auction on Saturday afternoon, under instructions from C. .W. Smail. attor ney for theo;Qweo tW 1\V ttgs. dvale,' nt c-2871'lOs aond° O 300ý Orespec tivey; also, by order of the' Trustees, Executors and Agoncy Co. 'Ltd., the whole of the 14 allotments advertised, as follows:-Ascot Vale: Walter st., 4 blocks, at 28s per ft., and 1 block at 27s per foot; Hurtle street, 4 blocks at 23s per foot; Charles street, allot ment at 32s per foot; River terrace, 2 lots at Gs per foot; and Watson ter race, 2 allotments at 23s per foot. Total sales. £1393 12s 2d.
A Glenroy Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
A Glenroy Sale. Sydney U. Arnold and Co., in con junction with A. E.. Gibson and Co., will sell, at the rooms of the former, 18 Queen street, City, on Tuesday 5th May, at 2.30 p.m., two splendid blocks of land at Glenroy. The land is at Plumpton avenue and .Wheat sheaf road, close to the Glenroy sta tion, with ro'ads all round, lot 1 con sisting of 33 acres, and lot 2 of 59 acres. The sale, which is under the instructions of the Union Trustee Com pany of Australia Ltd., in the estate of Mr. John Hastie presents a grand chance to buyers. The terms are one third cash, and the balance in one and two years at 5 per cent. • ~. n-.?°m
C.Y.M.S., Ascot Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
C.Y.M.S.. Ascot Vale. A very pleasant evening was spent last Monday, when the Ascot Vale C.Y.M.S. football club gatlhred to gether in St. Mary's schoolroom, to Spresent prizes to last year's players. Mr. M. Young presided, and in the course of his remarks referred to t!h success of our club last year. It1 called on Rev. Father 31ay to presce:t the following prizes:--To Mr. C. Phelan, marble clock, for best all round player; Mr. S. Marmion, gold medal, best follower; and 1r. H. Toohey, gold medal, best back mian. MusicHl items were rendered by Misses Ennis, Mardling, Lyons, Roberts and Brennan, and Messrs. L. Williams and 1J. Stewart. . Dancing occupied the remainder of the evening, and a vote of thlianks to Mrs. Smyth (the pianist) brought the evening to a close.
Bulla Horticultural Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 23 April 1914
Bulls Horticultural Show. The annual show is to be held at Bulla on Friday, 24th inst., not on right Hours' Day, as previously. A sports meeting will also take place, while in the evening there will be the usual ball. The schedule shows that upwards of £30 is being given away at the show and £ .at the sports. The ball tickets are=-Double, 3s; single, gent's 2s and ladies' is. Russell's vans leave Essendon station at B9 a.m., and the end of Puckle street at 9.30 a.m., the return fare and admission to the show being only 2s 6d. 'A valuable trophy given by Messrs. W. and L. Gordon is now exhibited in the window of Mrs. Wright, florist, Puckle street. -n n n