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LACROSSE ESSENDON WIN EASILY (14 to 1). [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
LACROSSE -4---- ESSENDON WIN EASILY (14 to 1n. Until half-time, with the scores 3-1 against them, Canterbury succeeded in making a good even game with Essen-. don. F romn that point, however, they wore completely. oitclassed, and their play lost all the life which marked the gamen n its on ing staes. Essen dou, on the other hand. ilmproved'as the game progressed, and each' quarter, . ns, an to nolson rOtleis iwho accounted for seveni goals bdtween them. Paul (in goal) did somel fine stopping for Canterbury during the first half, aind others who were proni inont on the side were McKeani Weblh, and Turner. Renwrick got their goal.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
PUBLIO NOTICEBS FREE Advice, Quotes and Specifications for the Installation of Electric Light and. Power. By having ELECTRIC LIGHT In your Homo you will be UP TO DATE and COMFORTABLE. The number of Electrical INSTALLATIONS In progress throughodt the' Metropolitan Area at the present time is a proof of its superiority. THE NORTH MELBOURNE .ELEOTBI0 TBRAMWAYS AND LIGHTING CO. II'D. Mt. Alexander road. Asoot Vale. Tel. 7M Assoo. MRS. FINLAY".' has taken arer the News Agency opposite Essendou Railway Station, near Tadgelt Brothers. BOOKS. PANCY GOODS, etc.,: on hand. MADAME DE ET PAPER PATTERNS. STOCKED. Licensed. to Sell Stamps. Public Telephone. MOONEE PONDS BOOK s'i5 s,: CLUB Has, removed to new and up-so. ea pckaii' s5e a5 6 PASCOE VALE ROAD, an (Opposite Puckle street). Intending subscribers may -enrol from any date. New Books arrive weekly by the English and American mails. Terms: 3s per quarter (1 book); 5s per quarter (2 books); or deposit system. Pictures. Fancy Goods. All Stat...
TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
TENNIS The Northern District Tournament, under the-control of the Essendon club will be advanced a further period on Saturday next, May 16th, and the fol lowing programme has been arranged. 1 p.m.- Morgan v. Simpson; A. G. Colelough v. E. Swan; winners 3.15; W. H. U. Smith v. K. Fairley. 1.15.-Miss Raisbeck and Woolf v: Miss Mackay anid IFogarty; Richards ;ind Richardson v. Gairrard and Aik manu; winneras 4.45; , R..:A likmrnnv.. llasmusse,,; winners 3.15; . S2.30.-Misses Swai and Powell v. Misses A.-Walker and Deans i inliers: 4 p.m. ; Fairley and Fairley v 'Ste phen and Piscal;. Misses Evans and Nicholls v. Misses 'M. and E:. Brlidg ford; Camieron and Matthers v. Simp son and Newport.: 3.15.---Miss Veal and Stephen v. Miss. M. Mitchell and Mitchell ;,Rlawsthorn and McDougall v. Graham and Mor gan. 4.-Misses Joy and Marrison v. win nors; Miss Gillman and Jones v. Miss 11. Mountain and W. J. Mountain: Allan and Kirnisee v. Cameron and Matthews or Simpson and Newport. 4.45.-Miss Powe...
ESSENDON B. V. NTH. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
ESSEND1ON B; V. NITH. MIEL BOURNE. Essendon met Nth.- Melbourne at Nth. Melbourne, and the game result ed in- a win for the latter by 9 runs to 5. Owing to_'G. Collie having re signed his position as captain through illness, H. Rliaphal l .was elected cap tain and H. Burkitt vice-captain-The locals played very much below formn on several occasions hiaving the bases full and yet failing to score. Rlaphael batted well, two three-baggers falling to him, scoring two runs. Ely also batted well, reaching first base, each time, but failing on the run home, be ing too slow ofl third base. Thomlas being so small, North's pitcher had some difficulty its getting strikes on him, giving him a walk on three oc casions. Raphael, at first base, had one assist and eight put outs to his credit, with one error against him. A trial was given to' Thlomas, a 14-sear' old schoolboy, who showed great pro mise at shortstop. He took a beautiful f?y and. shosed cleverness in fielding h)s position. Lindell pit...
CYCLING [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
CYCLING IEss'ndon District Cc.ling Clin opened their road racing season witlh a 33-mile road race on Saturday, 9th May. Out of 29 entries 20 faced thle starter. The finish was very close. Result:--1st J. Laird, 8 min.; 2nd A. E. French, 8 main. 3rd G. Loohy. 12min.; 4.th E. Barr, 7 rmin. Fastest time, .A. C. MlcDonnell. W\inner's time. I lir'. 38 lin. see. Fastest time; 1 hr 34 min. 7 see. Presentation of prizes will take place on 20th of 3May in the Albert Hall. AIoonee Ponds.
ATHLETICS ESSENDON HARRIERS. LARGE ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
S ATHLETICS ESSENDON HARRIERS. LLARGE ATTENDANCE. The 'above club made -Lincolnshire *Arms Hotel, North Essendon, their rendezvous on Saturday last, 30 momn bersg assembliiig for a jaunt over the .Ills. A. J. May and F. Hiddlestone distributed the paper shavings over six miles of good running country, pass ing "Woodlands," and thence through Mr. R. W. N. Lind's property at Pas coe Vale, and then onl to the Bulls road. Owing to the large attendance, it was deemed advisable to have tiro packs, Caplain Jock Stuart having charge of the slows, with S. NicholLs looking after the stragglers. The mo tor brigade, which caught the slower fraternity after going three miles, were in ,charge of Messrs. C. W. But 'lor and D. Buzolicll. -A number of the "dld-liends'! seemed to le moving !well; while the new members are a likely lot. of runners. Half a mile from home, the usual breakaway eccurrsed, G. G. Chambers finishllin first for the fast pack, with E. A. But or and It. Vallance in close attend...
ESSENDON AND FLEMINGTON PROTESTANT CHURCHES FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
ESSENDON AND FLEMINGTON. PROTESTANT CHIURCIIES' FOOT BALL ASSOCIATION. NOTES. Football in the abhove competition iass played in rather too strenuous :a manner on Saturday afternoon last. In the Brotherhood v. Kensington Methodist smatch, played on the ground of the former, the ground management failed, and as a result the match was very mixed, the supporters and players being hard to distinguish. This is a failing very prevalent with the Bro therhood supporters, and it is hoped that the club committee will endeavour to try and keep matters under Sotter control. Tihe first half of the gamu, wras not so bad, but when the Ken. .lcth. crept sup to the score of their opponents tile trouble `began to grow rorso. lepoatedul tihe umpire had to autiou the playters and also to stop tlh? ;amo h' a matchl of this deseriptiond othe, ,venti:naturhlly fOIibw'iind l:'iCerr if the Brotherhood will have to answer o the independent tribuinal for 'is r on luct5 a charge having been laid by impnleie Wil...
BROTHERHOOD (late Congos) V. KEN. METHODISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
BIROTTERHOOD (late Congos) V. REN. METIHODISTS. This match was played on the Ascot Vale reserve, and won by the Brother hood after an eteiting game by 10 points. In the Brotherhood team Crisp and Drain were given a run, hlso C. Hanuna; Dobson, A. Giles aund Mills had their first run this season. The teanms:-Brotherhood.-E. King (c), C. Giles (v.c.), Jones, Cowan, Woods, Riely, Dobson, Eastwood, Han na,.. Kerr, A. Gils H. Kerr, Crisp, Mills :.Whitohill, bunstan, Hayden andJDrainc ?Methodist.--. Fraser (c), C t;?lB?oleo'o, (d.), White, Campbell, 1dtclhensoi., Cornelius, l)anrke, Nairn. Kent; k elton, Leitch, Kelly, Cla pson, Fairless. Field umpie: W. WhilIi Brotherlood won the toss, and plasyed writlh the wind. The .Methodists aoo? hid the. Brotherlod ldefending. Whllite and Banzley worked the ball forward, and after snllrt play by Kinig, Joners and IL. Kerr, the last n;imtd sent tthe ball between the sticks. Mletlhodists at this stage were working well togetlher, and frosm Bazloy's b...
LINCOLNS V. BROADMEADOWS. BROADMEADOWS WINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
LINCOLNS V. BROADMEAI)OWS. BROADMEADOWS WINS. Lincolns and Uroadmeadows played at Broadmeadows in tile presence of a fair number of spectators. Lincoln's team.--J. West (c) J. El 'ar. Waid6, Wilson, Bruce, Wright; Neilson, Hazzard, Wright, Woods, Landon, Smith, Carter, Bruce, Tilley, Birrell, Sullivan:. Broadmeadows team.-Kingshot (c), Hoctor Stevrns, IRlod. Cooper, Kint - shot, Doctor, Cargill, Cook, 3Matthwws, Williams, Wright, Gage, Russell. Webb, Corrigan, Gage, Walsh. Umpire: Cartwright SFirst Quarter. Lincolus: 1 goal 3 behinds. Broadmeadows: 1 goal 2 behinds. Second Quarter. Lincolnsi 3 goals 5 behinds. . Broadmendos: 3onlsbehind Broadmeadows: 7 goals 6 behinds. Broadmeadbns: 7 goals 63 bohinds. Lincolns: 6 goals 6 behinds. Best players:-Lincolns: Landon. Birrell, West. Broadmoadows: Wright. Stevens, Kingshot, Hector. On Wednesday last the l?ssendon High School plnyed the University High School. University won. It was a very close game until tlhe last quar ter. The hest playe...
BASEBALL ESSENDON "A" V. COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
BASEBALL ,ESSENDON "A" V. COLLINGWOOD. The above teams met at Essendon. and the ae ga after "see-sawing" end ed in a tie. Gollingwood's first innings produced 1 run, anid Essendon were struck out. Not to be outdone, Essen don promptly "fanned" 'Wood in. sec ond innings; but they smartly returned the compliment, and again shut ouit Essendon. In Collingwolod's third inn ings, an error "in. the country" al lowed them to score a run, makiung the score 2 to 0. Further scoring was pre vented Ib a double play-catcher to first base and back to catchler-and, side out. Essendon, now on their mettle, determined to make amenlds, and start ing with a "walk," succeededed in pass ing their opponents' score, mnaking the score 3 to in Essendoi's fasvour. Col lingwood, in their next attempt, got fairly going, and increased their score by 5 runs, while .Eseudon could only manage 3. Score:-Collingwood 7, Es sendon 6. In Collingwood's fifth inn ings, a double play between.short-stop and first-base speed...
ST. THOMAS' HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
. T'HOruIAS' HARIIlEHS. SA~i. "Whistle." On Satu?rday the aove club, with 19' menibers, comibined with St. James, of Ivanhoe, at Ivanhoe. There were two packs formed, the slows being in charge of G. Davy (pace), and C. Tay lor (whip), both of St. James; the fasts being under H. Crapp, of St. Thomas (pace), with C. Taylor, of St. James (whip). The liares made for the Yarra, covering some lovely undulating coun try, then to the Enid Nursery, where the houitids packedl up for the ustial sprint honime, the distance covered be inog aloat six miles. The 4,10 yards run -i resulted as follows:-C. Secomb fi rst, H. Fynmore second, swith H. Crapp third, all of St. Thomas. St. Janes, Ivanhoe, had a muster of 20 nmembeors, which is very good for a new. club in their .first season. The club was founded by the late president of St. Thooms harriers (Rev. S. L. Buckley), who, with the ladies of St. Jamnes, "entertaitied the visitors to afternoon ten. -Members of St. Thomas harriers who expect. to b...
HOCKEY ESSENDON V. ELSTERNWICK. "A" GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
*HOCKEY ESSENDON V.. ELSTERNW1CK.-: "A" GRADE. -.scot reserve lust datiiery, and after, a fast and strenuous game, the visitors won by 7 goals to 2. The game opened .vory fast, Elsternwick attacking strongly and had the home team de fending. Smith sent the ball back, but Essendon's forwards were unable to make good their chancre. The visitors again returned to the attack and net ted 2 goals in quick succession. The play was very even in the second qular ter, and the score remained unaltered. The visitors had a little the better of the second half, and were able to score 5 times to 2 goals netted by Essendon, thuls winning the match by 7 goals to 2. The game was even throughout, but owing to the lack of system on the forward line, Esseindon's forwards were Inable to make the most of their op o'rtunities. EIsseoln were ,best served iv Smith, Ilacklock and MacKay. Essendon will play -lawthorn next Saturday at (Glenferrie. Members of the Esseldon .1 team are revqired to catch the 2..i t...
"B" GRADE [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
"B" GRADI)E 1Essndon siuffcred a severe dSe feat at the hands of Kew last Saturday. Kew showed better form from the start, andl qickly rattled up 3 goals to tile 'Dons' 1. After the half-time lchange. Esslsndon awoke to tlhe fart that they' were inl arrears, antl solo interesting hockey was olayed. .s elmatic attacks Ib the Essendoi lads were at times ontly stopped by "allr ney," Kew's goal-keeper (who was a tower of strength to them). Essendon was best served lv ('au nington, Pratt and V. \Varl. The final score of five goals to one was compiled hvy Mc)ory (2), Walker. Wallace, Il:adshaw, for Kew; and M[oore for Essendon. Esenrdon "Il.'s" are home to Surrey Hills next Saturday.
Wandering Stock. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
anudcring Stock: ln.ap ctor Lyon v. En Raynetr, 3 cons, finl, 3i0s, with 2s (;d costs: Samuel Bullock, cow, 10s and 2s td; Iolbrt Milligan, cow and heifer, 10s and 2s tid; El'iza,etth 3lcMi y, cow, 10s andI .s ld; the ow'ner of a bay horsI. Frank lio?\e, was ordered to payi 2"2s old. with is tkl costs. Scrgeant Bennett v. W. KIelsall.- Charge of riding a bicycle without a light at i6.30 p.m. on .Ith Instant Conustable Shaw proved the case, and a fino of os, with 2s Ik costs. was im posed. .
MUSICAL WIRELESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 14 May 1914
MUSICAL Wl l1 LEdS . lesidouts of the Champs de Msvrar, now ouu ol Lhle Iosmt beautiful quarters of .Paris. hiave iong complained of the lofl crackling nooe ol thle wcrless felegralpll apparatlus on the Eiffel Tower as an ob jectionable f?,ture of the locality. The uulsuwco was reCmoved recctly with the installatiou by the military authorities of more powerful machlines for thle purpose of doubling the elheieucy of the station. 1. feature of the new allppliances is liat tbry e'? tid.. hi"e .'uunleil uL.tolllse." the effect of.w weleoaemowo-.......,,, melody icatead of tae swhlp-crackmng 1nols. The authorities are now tolsiderfllg tile form of all aldible sigual to be tladlle. from t?L Eifol tlocer at. 1oun each day giving the exacl time to the entire city. 0*0