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BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
'BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL Present: Crs. Michie (president), -Ford, Brani-an, Buckley and O'Brien. f orrespondence. From" Reinforced Concrete and Monicr Pipe Construction Co. Prop. Ltd., stating that the piping as or dered for culverts had been forwarded. -Receired. From E. Dratiin and Thos. Cahill, apllying for wire netting.-Held over. rom E. Drafin, representative of Jenlings and McInnes, auctioneers, as follows:-1 wish to draw your atten tion to increased yarding totli of cat tie and sheep at the sales in Sunbury, and asking that better accommodation be given to them for handling stock. The sheep yards require pulling down and re-modelling with a lane through the centre for distributing to different pens. Should you see your way clear to give us the improvements asked for, we will he pleased to supply you with plans of an up-to-date yard. The new cattle yard is a great improvenment on tite oild yards, our greatest trouble now heing a .shortage of yards to put sold and unsold stock in s...
SCHOOL MATTERS ASCOT VALE STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
SCHOOL :MATTERS ASCOT:VALE STATE'SCHOOL. Special arrangemiets arle b?in mg:-a de this year by the above school for- thi. celebration of Empiire Day o6n Fridan next. The committee have engaged thle Moonee Ponds Pictur,: Theatre. and the ceremony will, be conducted there, instead of in the school grounds, -as on former occasions. Owing to the variable character of the weather at this season of the year, oat-door cele brations are always attended with con siderable risk. Learning ,wisdom, therefore,, from former experiences, the committee have decided to carry out their, programme under': conditions' which will reduce the risks to a -mini mum and give the maximum of com fort and enjoyment to the children. The meeting will be presided over by the Mayor of Essendon, Or. J.F. Hen derson. 'The speakers will ,bi Cr. H. S. Cole and Mr. J. T. Saxton, distriit inspector. It -is also expected that the lion. J. G. Aikman, M.L.C., and the Director of Educition will be pre sent and take part iii t...
LACROSSE ESSENDON PLAY WELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
LACROSSE -4-e- ESSENDON PLAY W'ELL. Essendon, although defeated ' bV D.C.C., were not disgraced. The dif ference of two goals in favour of the cricket club team at the final bell was much less than was generally expect edl, and Essendoln have every reason to be satisfied with their performance. Askew (goal), Watt, Leslie, Burns, and the threo Nicholson brothers (who each oot a goal) were the most promi.ent on the losing side. M.C.C. were IH'st served by Moore (goal), Clements, Bele well. Kirkwood, and the goal-getters --Hanna (3), Steet and Adams.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
NEW Iclbournc General Ccmctcry FAWKNER xI ir a In/ace F C/oc ITonez " F Rdty Sfle/Pr on 1/ adl u M, / lo "ance .7/1 O///ce. 7'rrice w// ponds. m Y/or//iz?a ,n.c. ,ilJrdai/ny·aSblýon. .I Reservo/rs. -JcrrEn*la/rnce. i7 c"5estn a/ nr/rfurtaus t oar ' YZ&rnTcefchd.ay Z I nCo%1i,:m Telrree ?;h?? s.. .PLAN OF THE CEMETERY STRUSTEES " MANAGERS 'Th Ci ?yof Mlelbourno. : ' AldermainaWilliam Burton, Chairman. Councillor Alex. G. Campbell. The City of Essendon.. . Alderman Arthur L.. Crichton. Councillor'Walter L. Eddy. 'l The Cit1 of Brunswick. Alder"man Jacob Marks. Councillor James yH. Gardiner. 'The" Tlown of Coburg. ,Alderman Sir Arthur Snowden. Coun6illor Alex. C. Gibb. The Shire of Broadmeadows. Alderman Sir Henry Wooden. Councillor David Phillips. This lovely Cemetery, situated on the Sydny road at, Fawknr, is 'of large area, very complete in its arrangemeuts, and is admitted to .be an ideal burial ground. It consists of 284 acres of undulating land, laid out with.the utmost r...
Successes in Music. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
Successes in u 'ssid': Miss Jeanie', Carter has ::'gain achieved good results with her punils at the recent musical examinations. Miss Winnie : Smith, of Ess'endon,. passed in Grade VI, pianoforte, at the University examinations. Miss :Olive A. Heathcote, of Parkville,. was suc cessful in gaining diploma in: m ianoi forte at the MIusical Society, of Vic-. toria's recent examination. This young lady has now passed in all grades oi the Musical Society from the lowest ,to. the highest ununder Miss Carter's tuition; which is a very gratifying ro suit to both teacher and student.':
ATHLETICS ST. THOMAS HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
.ATHLETICS ST. THOMAS tHARRIERS. By "Whistle." St. Thomas harriers, with a grand to tal of 40 members, ran from rooms kindly lent byMr. Hatton, for which the members wish to thank: him, at Maribyrnong on Saturday. Two packs wore formed, medium and fasts--other wise, the motor brigade and aeoroplane brigade respectively. The hares (A. (owers. H. McNeill, R. Hanna) laid the trail for a six-mile spin, encircling the Maribyrnong river, via Taylor's farm, going towards Wood's dairy farm; thence across Spring Creek; then at the back of the Cordite Fac tory, through Hicks' tea gardens, cross Ing the bridge leading to Sunsluino and home." Owing: to the motor brigade keeping a steady pace for the journey, they were not caught by the anero planes. The motors were led by "Pin" Robinson (pace), with P. Hutton whip per-in; for the aeroplanes, Don Rider acted as pace, with H. Fynmore look ng after the stragglers. The first to irrive hobmo for the motors were A. J. Doyios 1st, J. lBamfield 2nd, "P...
Picture Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
Picture Entertainment..: An entertainment was given in' the Moonee Ponds Theatre on Sunday oroning in aid of the oBendigo Mining Disaster. In addition to the pictures shown, Miss Eina Henderson contribut ed somee songs.. The Mayor (Cr. J. F. Henderson) occupied the chair, and explained the objects of the concert. The artists gave their services gratis, the directors made no chaige for: the hall, ind the printing and.advertising were given free,. so that there were no expenses: The result;wastliat' £22 1s 9d was raised for a most: deserving
ESSENDON HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
* ESSENDON HARRIERS. The Essendon harriers" again had a large attendance on Saturday last, 29 turning out for the health-giving exer ciseo, the Essendon rowing club kindly placing their rooms at the club's dis posal. After inspecting the numerous photographs, and other trophies adorn ing the walls, the word was given for the hares to depart, inamely Archie Pynor and F. Ingrainm. These "k-nuts" knowing the country well, laid a fine trail in ;tho direction of H?orseshoe Bend, passing the Wine Hall, and the Riverview TeanGardens en route. The going was fouid to be perfect and the visitor, Don Taylor '(Malvern), voted it the best running Country lie had-been over. -t is'to be hoped that the. endeavoir made by the officials to hold the seven-mile open handicap at Maribyrnong. or Essendon.;this year will be successful, as a perfect course could be mapped out in -the direction of Keiloi. Captain Jock Stuart againi elected to go with the slow pack, anl look after the new fraternity, with fe...
Monday, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
Monday, May 18. h Before Mr. G. Read Murphy, P.M3., and an honorary bench. R.ichard Scoones and Thomas Frank lin pleaded guilty to a chargi' of lhar ing been found on licensed premises t on .a Sunday. Inspector McManamny prosecuted. Constable Dennis stated that on Sun day, April 12tli, when outside the ho tel, he heard hurrying footsteps with in. He ran to the back of the hotel, and sawn Franklin making off in the direction of the railway line.' He took liis name. A few minutes later he saw Soones on the roof of the establish- E ment. The P.M.: Is Sunday drinking com maon in this district? Inspector 31c?Manamny: I regret to say it is. Eachl of the defendants was fined £2. Youthful Housebreakers. Three youths, of ages ranging be tween 18 years and 20 years, named John Hutchins, E. A. McKeown and George Sidgeworth appeared' on two charges bf breaking, entering and steig jewellery, to which they pleaded guilty. James Minter, Keilor road, North Essendon stated that when he re turned hfo...
FLEMINGTON POLICE COURT Trespassers and Mushrooms. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
FLEMINGTON POLICE COURT: 'Trespassers and MJiushrooms. At the Flemington Court on Tues day morning, before Messrs. Cook (chairman), Shaw and Feehan. George Findlay proceeded against David Bruco Jack, Percy Farlrell and Harold Phillip, for trespassing : upon his land situated near the railway line between Arden and Floyd streets, Ken singtoll and for doidg dhmage to it. Mlr. L. J. Leach appeared for Mr. Findlay. Evidence was given by the complain ant anid Constable Ralph Warren to tls effect that the defendants entered his land, which was covered with a crop of wheat, oats, rye and barley, and dug up mushrooms, thus damaging the crop. They were each fined £1, with 15s costs, in default 7 days' imprisonment. A number of petty debt cases were struck out.
HUMOROUS ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
HUMOROUS ITEMS ---+--- "Teacher has been telling us a lot about improper nouns,' said the little girl. "1 don't know what things are coming to,"- replied the grandmother; "nothing improper was ever taught, when I was at school." "Have you any" turkey'hasih '" 'No." "Clhicken hasti"'' ."'No". "Corn' beef hash?'" "No." "]oast" beef hish?"' "No."' "No hash at all?" "Oh, yes I , o.got plenty of hash, urt it, nin't t'horough-bred' hsm r !" , , Urchin (to oiv'ner of unisteady horse): "Do you want me to 'old in,. guv' nor?" ..Owner :'"No, thanks; heo won't run away."' Urchin: "'Ididn't expect 'im to run away. I :meant to 'old 'im so's lie wouldn't drop . "I hear, Pat, that you're taking a great fancy for! the girls,". said an employer to one of his labourers. "'[n dado, sor?" queried Pat. "Well, have jou met your. fate yet?" "Shure, Oi lifet one of her father's fate last night." Kind lady (to. applicint)': "I aon sure 'you would learn to love my children." Nurse: "What wages do. you. pay?"...
CORRESPONDENCE MARIBYRNONG CITIZENS' IMPROVEMENT LEAGUE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
CORRESPONDENCE MARIBYRNONG CITIZENS' IM " PROVEMENT ITEAGUE. (To the Editor.) Sir,--I would be pjleased if you could find room to insert the following in your next issue:-- - The following suggestion .has been forwarded Mr. A. D. Murdoch, man ager N.M.E. Tramway Co., by thd Maribyrnong Citizens' ITiprovement League, viz.: "That as the old Salt water River has had its name changed to, and publicly gazetted, "The Mlari byrnong River," and the magnificent lMaribyrnong bridge, together with a rapidly riising township, is adjacent to the terminus of one bof your train tracks, now known as the "Salwater River" line, it would assist in the pro gross of the district generally, be very advantageous to the travelling public, and much more in keeping with the times, if the now despised words "Salt waterjtiver" were eliminated from the firnt of trams running on this line. and tbib words "Maribyrnong Bridge" substituted - therefor."-Yours etc:, J. W. NEWTON, Hon. Sec. A lournalitic curiosity is ...