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Offensive Behaviour. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
Offonisivo Behaviour. Three youths nanmed Gordon Neilson, Frank McCarrow, and llobt. 3Maslen. were charged on the information of 'Constable John MJidenh itli bellhavin in an offensive manner in Maribyrnong road on' April 10th. Informant stated that about 10 p.m. on April 10th, in company with Con stable.Tweedie, ho saw the accused and four others at the corner of Union at. and 3ilaribyrnoug road. Trlhey were step-dancing, sparring and running after-trams and calliig out to the pIr sons on the trams. Their conduct was offensive. The 1whloloe crowd, except \IcCarror started to run, and four ot ated. - Gordon Neilsen.stated lie was an engineer's apprentice; HgB was with some companions at corner. of Union street and Maribyrlong road. They had been down to the river, but there was "no concert and they came back again. There was no dancing or spar r ug, and.they only .sang out "Good night, Snow" to the tram conductor. whom they knew. Maslen was a little intoxicated, and was searching him...
THUMBS UP [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
THUMBS UP (From Sydney Sunday S un.) "1 gues,'. said an AmLerical. "nllollOe of you ever saw such parsnips as I grew out i!n the States last year. Why, I had to Ihiro a steanm derrick to get them out of the ground." "Talking about parsnips," said Perkins ieekly, "reminds me of some I once grew in Lancas?ire to try tile effect of a latent gertiliser my brother invented. The re sult was astonishing. Those plarsnips for asize easiy beat all records. and just how far tile roots penetrated inl1 the earth we could onltty guecs, hat to our disap p)oitmeit tile tops sauddenly sickened ant died." "I guess that was a great pity," said tile American. "'Wltat wa:ls tile latter withl 'e?i? Outgrew tilcir streligth. I esulpo?ec?" "Well,'" repllid Perkins. calmly. "?e found out alterwards it wans IbcasU e tile lId ofthe roots Id bec etr Ir t rlabbits in Atistralia.' Frederick 'rie 'ttte CII De:pt' c It.ltltt. 0.11.O., Slyd le.y. 0*0 A little boy L'otllatitCd Ibitterly It tt tile ldtrad auid dr1i)p...
RIFLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
RIFL1E sNOTES Th'le 12th - annual l meeting of the, 'onnunonwealth Ladies' ltifle Club was held on 26th March. In the absence of the president and captain, Mrs. C. l. Campbell (vice-president) took the :hair. The secretary reported that the rmembership for 1913 was forty, and the majority of 'these were shooting rnen bers. The chliub received several chal blnges duringlthe season, Ilbut were oily able to accept one, as the dates would not fit in with C.L.R.C. fixtures. This match was a "lhoelo and home" match with- the Sydney Ladies' Miniature iflo Club, and resulted in a wiin for the 'C.L.R.C. by 21 points. Iu addition to three tournaments and montlhly trophies, there was a.tro pily for tihe iil ul, ir wiho (llde tie greatest numrer of ix ssibles during the year, and all were keenly conltested. Mr. F.T. J. (uinn congratulated the mlembers on the successful season just passedl, and said lie didn't know a club anywhere in Victoria where things ran so harmoniously, and lie trustei suc...
LACROSSE HAWTHORN B V. ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
-.L'ACROSSE LiAWTHORN B V. ESSENDON. Sloforoe.lay commenced, thel players 'electedl: .'-Dlton capjtain,LE. Ander son vice-captain, and E. W. Dodgshun secretary, for t'ho?'nsuiig season. -Hawthorn, on their own ground, easily accoiunted for Essendon "B's," who "turned up". two players short. Although 'thus handicapped, they f6ilglit: hard, :but theo'lcal teamn,play ing with great sja'tfmrnand determina tion, triumphed. .l, Essendon "B's" play Williamstoni n next:Saturday, 9th inst., at Williams town, and are requested to meet un der:the clocks at Swanston street, at 1.15 p.m. sharp, and catch the 1.59! train. Book to Bench station. .Mlombers are reminded that the No?rth Melbourne. cricket ground is again availahle for training purposee, "n' Monday and Wed.esday evenings, and aro requested to attend regularly, at least -ono hight each tweek.
CORRESPONDENCE MOTOR SERVICE FOR BROADMEADOWS, BULLA AND KEILOR DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
'CORRESPONDENCE 1MOTOR SERVICE FOR BROAD MEADOWS, IBULLAX AND KEILOR fISTRIOTS. Sir,-A prospectus has been circulat od by Mr. Frank Buckley to run a mo tor service to serve the above districts, and according to - his statements the proposal is meeting with complete suc cess. I would like to give ia little in formationtto..t?.opublie. and- unyyfrieds, tried to ot thlle dlia. SlfnreCo PUil to enter into the motor bus business, :but the only fatiburable proposition submitted to the council was from Messrs. Dalgety 'sid Co., to run a bus to carry 18 passengers only (no goods) for three nonths, over a route covei ing about 270 miles a week, provided the council would guarantee the bare sworking cost of £21 per week, and take over the motor at. its full value (£"510) .at the end of the term. This offer would not include tyres or pneu matics. The council declined the un dertaking. I r. Buckley then tried a promoters' syndicate of 12 shares at £10 each. In this prospectus lie dloes not go t...
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
NOTES. Ascots' play was not nearly so good as last week, and they will need to improve on it if they are to beat St. Angustines next week. Blrown was probably the best man In Ascots' colours, his marking and kick ing being splendid. Parris, Bonnie and Carmody were not very far behind Brown, Carmody. be ing perhaps the best of a very even trio. Casanella was the only forward to show anything like form. Darcy and Iligginbotham were veryI strong on the back line. Carmody has been elected captain ifor the season, with Gooley as his lieutenant. Brannigan, who was shifted from tor ward to back, did not seem at honme in his new position. Gooley put in sonie fine work in the rnck, his hitting out to the rover be ing splendid; his marking was also very good. Grieves should develop into a use ful follower when lie gets to know thd pilayers. Walker played a fine: game on the wing, and as. is usual was too fast for his opponent. Billings has the knack bf ?etting the ball, but must learn to get ...
ANNIVERSARY EAST ESSENDON METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
ANNIVERSARY -4------ ' EAST ESSENDON 3METHODIST - SUNDAY SCHOOL. concluded on Thursday, April 30th, when the prizes won in 1913 were dis tributed by Rev. 31. Lawther, who of- g ficiated as chairman. The programme was opened by the N scholars singing one of the anniversary hymns, and after prayer the following programlme was rendered:- Chorus, "Pretty Song Bird," girls; recitation, "rtgging Away," Arnold p Ilowdon; chorus, "Bay of Biscay" (en coured), boys; recitation, Sadie Iound; song, Dorothy Evans; chorus, girls; - bird carol, girls. TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT. The teachers and office-bearers of the East Essendon Methodist Sunday school beg to submit their 12th annual report for the year ending December l31st, 1913. .Number of scholars on roll book, January, 1913, 111; number of scholars added during the year, 27; making a total of 138. Against this we had Number of scholars left during the year, 28; making a total on roll at December 31st, 1913, 110; plus infants on cradle roll (not ...
ASCOT VALE V. NORTHCOTE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
ASCOT VALE V. NORTHCOTE DISTRICT. This match was played on the Ascot racecourse on Saturday last and won by Ascots by 12 points. In Ascot's team, Vick, Greives, and 1Martin replaced Bolan, Cook and Lang. Ascots.-Carmody (c), Gooley (v.c.); Darcy, Higginbotham, Brannigani Parris, Grieves, Brown, -Bennie; Walker, Vick, Billings Casanella, Phelan. Blake, Isaaes, Black, Martin.. On the bounce Boennie forwarded to Ilack, but it was quickly returned and Ascots backs were called upon to de fend their goal. Bennie and Parris, by short passes, got in positi6n and Cas. anella scorsl a oal. -Off again,. Car .uosdy aent :to Parrisn and lsaacs-got firat ibehind. District made an advance but were stoppied by Parris, who played to Isaaos. His shot was marked be tween the posts. Casaiiella added an other point. Play evened up a bit, and district had a turn at attacking, but found Ascot's back line too strong and were repeatedly driven off, Parris and Bennie doing fine work. District came again and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
PUBLIC NOTICEB. Telephon, Ascoot 192. "TRINAFOUR" PRIVATE HOSPITAL Registered. MEDICAL. SURGICAL. and IDWIFERY PATIENTS TAKEN. EXTENSIVE GROUNDS. TERMS ON APPLICATION. PARK STREET. MOONEE PONDS. (4 minntse from Railway Station). Proprietress: Mr. Henderson. PRIVATE HOSPITAL Registered. MEDICAL and MIDWIFERY. Every convenience. Terms Moderate. MISS McGRATH. "Araluen," Pratt street. Moonee Ponds. (off Puokle street). Telephone. Ascot 537. LADIES' NURSE Attends Out-Patients. MRS. MURPHY 7 TENNYSON ST.. MOONEE PONDS. "ST. ELMO" PRIVATE HOSPITAL (Registered). 68 THE PARADE, ASCOT VALE. MIDWIFERY A SPECIALTY. NUISE BUIlNS Fees Moderate Telephone Applied For. JOIN ... Hlyy lecnming a MEMDER OF - OUR ESSENDON, No. 74R., Ancient Order of Foresters. NO ENTRANCE FEES. NO LEVIES. World wide Order. Lowest Rate of con. tribuhtions from ls Id per week. Sick Pay. £1 per week. Funeral Benefits. £7D and £10. Particulars from members, or W. A. CADWALLADER Sec. SArdoch street, seendon. LATHAM LOCAL BIL...
LITTLE MARKS AND REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
li iil'; .11AliKS AND HEMAIRKS. No one anticipated suclh a run-away victory. Perhaps it shows that Essen dpin are settling down. At any rate, there wasa ai markedl imnprovemnent in tlheir goal-kicking. oegg At tines, whcn they opened out, they playedl pretty football, picking thle men out with accuracy. emo Wheni the playoers abolishi thle iprnc ticS of trying to paIss bh punting the Ihaill into tihe clouds, aind adopt the quick and certain stals kick, and tih art of getting away from tlheir op Iponents to receive the ball. Essendon ought to be well-nigh invincible. ,Soo Farmer, tlhe unipire, made a good impression. He watched the playn closely and used an amount of discre tiou in awarding the frees. These to talled 89, of which 418 went to Brigh ton anid 1I to Essendon. oge It will lie seen tlhat Essendon weir the biggest offenders in breaking the rules. Tlils is aniotler had feature, whliclh should ble elimninated fromn their plny. It is not to tlhe advantage of thle club to five ...
TURF TOPICS May. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
i TURF TOPICS" By "Even Time.". .May. 9.--Mooneo Valley Races.--Weights -M ay 7. 9, 11, 16.I.South Australian Jockey - Club. l3--Sandown Park Races.-WVeights Maiy 11.' 16.-.. illiamstowii Racing- Club. Nominations May 11. 16 , 20.-Newcastle Cup Meeting. First acceptances May 11. 20.-Mdonee Valley Races.-Nomina tions May -11; weights May 18. 20 21.--Casterton Racing Club. eominations May 9. 27, 28.-Bendigo Jockey Club. 29 iju.-VWagga Amateur. Picnic Race lub. 30, June 6, 8.-Adelaide Racing Club (Birthday Meetingr.-VWei glts City Handicap and Birthday Cup, May 19; actceptances May 25; final pay ments City and Birthday May 28. June. 3.-Epsom Races. I, 8.--Victoria Racing Club. l0.-Mentone Races. 13.-Moonee Valley Races. 17.-Aspendale Park Races. 20.-Victoria Amateur Turf Club. 24.--Melbourne Hunt Club. 27.-Williamstown Racing Club. July. 1.--Grelongr Racing Club. 4, 8, 1i.--ictoria Racing Club, Grand National Meeting. 1.=-Sandown l'ark Races. 22.2Aspendale Park Races. 2".-Sandoan Park....
SOCIAL BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
SOCIAL BREVITIES -4--C- ars.-A. _\\\ -.sMcCall; Ascot Vulo roud.. i.ll not bo '"at hoiio" ctii.: t1.flrt Thursday in June. 03S Tlih business and harmony night of the Essendon Scottish Society will be: held on W\ednesday next, 13th May. The Aberfeldic croquet club are hold ing a card party and dance in the Es sendon "Public Hall on Thursday. 21st May, 1911. Mrs. C. .H.' A. Davies, National Iank, Moonee Ponds, will not beo at lihome till the first Thursday in August. A concert and coffee supper will lie held in Yuroke Presbyterlan Church 1111 Friday, 5th June. oega The committee of the E?sendon croquet club intend holding a euchre and bridge eveingl in the liall, Esseu don, about the middle of June. owe MIr. Ernest Arthur lrownell, and Miss lienic Gladys Comuians, second daghliter of Mouns. Jules Iene Conm mians and Maldam Commans, of "Sal azie,' Northl Port Melbourne, were married on Tihursday, April 23rd, at All Saints' ChurcIh. St. Kilda. The' RIev. SMr. Ashton officiated. The chur...
Amusing Episode at Essendon Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
Amnsing Episode a.t Essendon Court. Amongst the numerous offenders against the wandering cattle regula tions of the City was a resident.of Braybrook, tile owner of an old bay mare. When his- name was called as the owner of the animal,, he strolled tnrough the Court as a man with a grievance; and when asked if he plead ed guilty, he saidi "It's like this, your worships. This old mare has been a faithful servant and has now got be yond active work, and we've pensioned her off as a' reward for. past services, and are giving her the eunefit of"the grass round our district on the streets and vacant land. This is an advantage allowed to ratepayers of Braybrook, but tho,fact is: that cattle owners on the Essondon side of the river have got wind of this act of kindness to cattle owners by the Braybrook shire, and they take advantage of the hospitality as'well; and the result is that my mare has got into bad company in mixing with questionable animals who enticed her, against her will, to Co...
FOOTBALL ESSENDON V. BRIGHTON. LOCALS SCORE HEAVILY AGAINST SEASIDERS. HIGHEST POINTS FOR THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
FOOTBALL ESSENDON V. BRIGHTON. LOCALS SCORE HEAVILY AGAINST SEASIDERS. HIIGHEST POINTS FOR THE DAY. By "Right Wing." In splendid weather for onlookers; but a trifle warnsm for the players, ?s sendon and Brighton met on the l?s sendon ground, which was in good or der. Only a moderate attendance was present. The game was strenllous, but not rough, the visitors playilg well in the crushes, and Essendon doing as they liked in the open. Several changes were noticed in Es sendon's team. Turner, Huntington (who was injured against North), Er ickson and Bickford being replaced by the redoubtable 'Mick Madden, and three new players in Mitchell, Finher and Hardinan. Brighton were with out the services of Barklj" Bailes, their clh;inpion centre man. The locals started well, and quickly took the lead in the earily part of tlhe opening quarter; but Brighton pulled up towards the close, and the term ended with the scores 3.3 each. Essendon drew away in the sec,nd quarter, and their goal-kicking, ...
KONAGADERRER MOTORS LTD. Suggested Time Table. 5th May, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
KONAGJADERRIER MOTORS LTD. Suggested Time Table. :th May, 1914. Essendon, 6a.m. - Keilor, 0.20. Essendon, 6.40 : (via Konagaderrer and Broadmieadows). Essendon, 9.10 Keilor, 9.30 Esseindon, 9.50 Essendon 5.40 p.m. K eilor, 6 . E.sendon, 6.20 BIroadmeadows, 6.10 Tu'liamarine, 6(.50 Elsendon 7.10 EIsendon' 10 Keilor, 10.20 Es'ndon, 10.40 'lullmnarine, 11 Broadmendows, 11.10. Essendon, 11.30 - 'Married ilen declare that their wives can't keep a secret, but these men tllemselves ar just as bad. A married man button.holed me in the billiard room anl hour ago and told me a I'fightful scandal. 'Don't let this go any further, George,' he ended. 'No, certainly not,' sudl I. 'But howy did you happen to hear it?' 'Oh. the wife, of course,' he answered. 'She's just like all women-can't keec a se cret.' "
TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
TENNIS --f--- The Northern District tournament. tunder the control of the Essendon club, will be continued' on Saturday nest, May 9th, and the following pro gramume has been arranged. 1 p.m.-W. L. Colclough v. K. Fair Ly; Chow -and Hesaeth v; Graham and. Morgan; Hammet v; Simpson; winner 41.45. 1.45.-W. ' Smith v. Richardson; Misses Rudd and Mackay v. Misses Bennet and Ross; E. Cameron v. A. E. Kimpton.; winner 3.15. 2.30.--3iss B. Madden and Barra dlough v. Miss Macaw and Macdougalli Stephen and Pascol v. McIntyre and Hammetrt Allen and Kirmsee v. Jewkes and Boyle. 3.15.-John v. McFarlane; McLean v. L. Sparrow- winner 4.45; winner of - Morgan and aurrulou1... 4 :p.mt.-dirs. Brooks and. iss. H.--. 'Rairatbori'- and 3I McDougall °v.>u "?i clough and Mills; Misses Nicholls and': Evans v. Misses- M. and E. Bridge-. ford. 4.45.--Cameron and Matthews v. Newport and Simpson; McIntyre v. winner MIcLean and Sparrow; S. Wil-. son v.. winner Hammet and Simpson.'
ANTICIPATIONS MOONEE VALLEY, SATURDAY, MAY 9th, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
ANTICIPATIONS MOONEE VALLEY, .SATURDAY, MAY 9th, 1914. Federal Hurdle: Atticer or King's Ransom; next best, Ettie Kirk. Two-year-old: Blairfindo or Gun Girl; next best, laarl. High Weight Handicap: Rose Royal or Maple Leaf; next best All Red. Commonwealth Steeple: The Guide or General Max; next best, United Kingdom. Valley Handicap: Scotch Malt or Avonwort; next best, Roseview. Keilor Handicap: Culma or Field General;. next best, Lornez.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 7 May 1914
DANCINO. BALLROOM-DANCING CALL, WRITE, 'OR PHONE 6608 CENTRAL TO MR. AND MRS. Cleveland PROFESSORS OF DANCING AT THEIR ACADEMY 264 DRUMMOND ST. CARLTON FOR THEIR PROSPECTUS WHICII GIVES :PARICULARS RE THEIR SUPERIOR ADULT BEGINNERS. CLASSES AND PRIVATE TUITION MR. or MRS. CLEVELAND can be seen any time from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the above address. DANCING - DANCING The Dancing Season has begun, You need not go to France. - Just call around to Moonco Street, That's wheore you'll learn to dance. MR. & MRS. BARTLING 331 Moone Street. Ascot Vale " All Ballroom Dances Taught In One Quarter. Terms-15s per quarter.. Single Lesson. is 6d. PUBLIC NOTICES. S EVERYBODY'S SUN-BURNTI That's why Everybody's asing _ U ALMOND! ORE/M =-.An. A.NTISEPTIO, , BOOTRINO and HEALINOGLOTION.' * For :unburn. Chapid. tand.a. FSace and 'lps,. Complexioz( and" : .all'roughhdiesof. the akin. A - : valuable appl.catloion tr .nn or S eupnracld arns -s. Obtainable only at S WALLACE M. ' . JEWKES . SPHARMACE...