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At Essendon. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
At Essendon. The celebration at . the Essendon school on Friday will, as usual, take the form of a sports meeting in the Essendon cricket ground, to commencei at 1.30 p.m., and lollies and toys will be given to the younger children, while a merry-go-rouind will be one of the forms of amunsement. The Mayor and imembelrs of the school commnittee will lie present at thel school in the morn ilg, while the Premicr will be in at ttinlance in the afternoon. Refresh ments will be served in the pavilion.
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES LOYAL ALBERT LODGE, M.U.I.O.O.F., MOONEE PONDS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
FRIENDLY SOCI ETIES ---4--- LOYAL ALBERT LODGE, M.U.I.O.O.F., MOONEE PONDS. The Albert Lodge held a vey, suc cessful social in their hall on Wednes day evening last. The building was crowded. 1.G. Bro. Quinton presided; and was supported by 'the .Grand Master of the order in Victoria, Bro.' Polnroy, and the Pror. G.M. of the Port Phillip district, Bro. Condron, and the corresponding secretary, Bro.; Broattlch. An excellent and varied pro gratnme was rendered. The vocal items of the Misses Quinton, Anderson and Norton, and Messrs. Fulton, Hatherly, Quinn and Farmer were much appreci ated. Mr. Gromky's musical turn was one of the features of the evening. His plavings of vsarious instruments, as well ns his exhibition of extracting music from glasses, and his bell ringing, proved him an artist of very-highor visitor to the Albert Lodge; is a ven triloquist and magician well known throughout Melbourne, and lie kept his audience in roars of laughter whilst his various sleight of hand tri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
SC. M . TOiiTON E HAIRDRESSER AND p TOBACCONIST Best Brands of Tobacco, Cigars and Oigarettes L Kept in Stock. R azrs Ground and Set Saloon fitted up with latest Hydraulic Chairs. Clean Towel to every Customer. PICTURE THEATRE BUILDINGS, PUCKLE ST., MOONEE PONDS :i J U=U L E: LZi: L Wml: J:" MJ L:IZ a: LU :J1 L:II COMMEMORATIVE SALE The long-looked-for has arrived. Great improovements are daily - ntreetiwherlrne s 0of thoe oldnst and motost .substanutil .buildinlo bns . reen converted into an up-to-dalte Dralipery istablishment for E. and C. W. Richards. The location is wll knowtn to everyone who visits Puckle street, and in future it will be known as "IIICIHAID)S' CORNERI." E. and C. W. Richards will oplen the abovo prenmises with a COM3E\IOAT.\TIVE S.\LE, STARLING ON THURSDAY, MAY 21st, 1914 Everything new and every article up-to-date will be offered for one month at prices ranging fronm 1.3 per cent, to 25 per cent. below or dinary prices. Remember the opening dav-THURlSDAY, MAY ...
ESSENDON BRANCH, A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
ESSENDON BRANCH, A.N.A. The. fortnightly meeting of =the branch was held last Thursday esten ing, in the Town Hall, Moonee Ponds.? A' fair attendance of members w'as present. Two new members were elected, and two proposals received. The president, Mr. E. 0: Gaff, report ed that with Mr. J. Shannon he paid a visit to )he State school at Pascoo Valo.and presented the prize given by the A.N.A. Board of Directors for the hles5 kept or most improved school garden in the metropolitan area. Both gentlemen were aceorded?,i- very hearty weolcome 'iand cordially" thankd " for their. kindness ' in coimingr to Pascoo Vale. Several meimbers criticised very keen ly the loss sustained by the.metropoli tan compsittee over the exhlibition, viz., £22600. Messrs: J. H. Bland, C. Hid, dlestone, J. Shannon and others spoke very warmly in connection with the matter, and at times the debate waxed very, hot. However, no action to re coup the committee's loss was taken. A motion was submitted by Messrs. Pep...
PHYSICAL CULTURE KENSINGTON PHYSICAL CULTURE SCHOOL OPENING OF NEW ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
PHYSICAL CULTURE KENSINGTON PHYSICAL CUL TUIlE SCHOOL OPI11ONG OF NEW\' RIOMS. The strong advafice and 'iognition of the valueo of ih-sitcelculture was clarly demionstrated on Tuesday, 12th iu'st hen an cuorihous crowdof en-. tlesiasts and their: friends: assembled to open the niewapiemises built siipecial ly fa pb sical "culture -by -M?. Gee: J., Lnchli:. lHunudreds of- people were -un ,ablcto gain admittance, and the main-: gmnt s tlans . are duo to the in cleneny of the weatlher -for keeping awsy others wlho would have been un able to gain admission. The building is h0 feet long, with a special knaur floor for dancing purposes, and a false floor for weight lifting. Fire service lhas beeu installed and special provi sion has benn made for ventilation--a ,,lehtr i e i gh t, and two show'er baths have been put in. Two punching ball stands, wrestling lluat, weights of all kinds, basket ball aplaratus, boxing gloves, piano and all necessary ap pliances have been made a main feature of...
C.L.R.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
C.L.R.C. The sieond comlpetition slihots of the above clubitoo teook pilie n Sateurday and Moally, 9th and 11thi May, and inem brs were favroured iwith la;rfect wea tlhr. Notwithstanding the long spell withlu.t practice, some excellent shoot 'Peppercll (13t5) heading the list. Awmong the highest scores were:-Miss P'?p'per'elI 135. Mrs. N. K. Cnamp hell 132. Miss F. Robertson 131, Miss V. M3ellis 130, Miss R.. ,ocke 130, Miss .Jnrvie 128, JMiss V. Locke 128, M3rs. Douglas 128, 3iMr. Constable 127. Miss Carr 125, 121, Miss Telford 121, Mrs. C.. E. Canmlipell 120, Mrs. McCall 119l.
GOLF NORTHERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
GOLF -4--+- NORTHERN. In the play-off for the monthly medal between T. J. Murphy and C. P. Davis, who tied the previous Saturday, the latter won rather easily, though nei ther produced his previous form. The . jontl oi l 4 ,1 t :4score of s Ucre - 19:-71. Conuors played up to his best form, and his win was a very popumiar one. Other scores were:--P. Cleak, 80-8-72; J. Sprigg, 82-10--7 A. Dellit, 9--24--72; W. Burnett, 8i- 11-75; G. Tyzack, 83-8-75; Wi. 11. P. Stone, 85--9-70; W. Thompsonl, 98 --22- 76; J. C. Clarke, 87-10-77.
HUNTING OAKLANDS HOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
HUNTING -4----- OAKLANDS HOUNDS. The Oaklands Hounds met for the firat time this season on Saturday, at the Inverness Hotel, Oaklauds .unc tion. A,start was made in Cumber land. It was not long before hounds were on the scent of a fine hare, which eventually tookl refuge in the large rabbit warren in the wire paddock. In the wattle paddock a fox was spied in the limb of a tree. He jumped down I among some of the followers, and hounds were soon on his trail. He took an easterly direction from Cum herland right across Gellibrand Hill, through Messrs. Hatty's, then crossed the Old Sydney road into Mr. Taylor's, thence thlrough Messrs. McCormack's and Shankland's to the Broadmeadowsr Creek, where the horses were very much hampered by wire. iMaking for the big earth i Mir. Delaney's, lie just managed to reach it in time to save his brush. Amongst those out were the master (S. E. Hobson), the doeputy master (W. C. Knight) Misses Dare, Daniel, and Madden, L Captain C. M. Dare, Messrs. D. B...
BROTHERHOOD (late Congos) V. MOONEE PONDS METHODISTS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
BROTHERHOOD (late Congos) V. MOONEE PONDS METHODISTS. This match was played on the Meth odist ground, Abhrfeldie, and won by the Methodists after a good game, by 8 goals 3 behinds. Sinclair and Vickers replaced Riley and Eastwood in the Brotherhood team. Brotherhood won the toss and kicked towards the river goals with the wind. On.the bounce Methodists secured, but C. Giles passed to Snowy Woods. Off his boot, Lynch secured, and after up and down play, J. Bryant obtained from If. Kerr and ,,-:..w s,,,i. -Ir. .-J .-.-oelvrln, rhua. UIsr r rhood aguiin gut pIOssessios, alld Woods secured from King, but although right in front only raised one fla. foslking (3lcth.) sent the ball between the uprights. Woods again secured from Sinclair, but only succeeded in raising one flag. E. King was knocked out of action through C. Giles colliding with him. and had to be carried off the field. General up and down play followed, then White hill raised two flags f.r Brotherhood. Ryan and Pullen also g...
CHURCH OF CHRIST FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. ASCOT VALE V. STH. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
--HURlCH OF Cl0RIST FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. ASCOT VALE V. STH. RICHMOND. The above teams played at Ascot Vale, and after a keen and strenuous game Sth. Richmond ran out winners by 10 points. Thoe'Sst quarter opened in rather a stratling manner for Sth. Richmond got a run on and scored 2 goals 2 behinds within about 6 min utes of the start , but, nothing dis m;iyed, Ascots stuck to their game, and settled down to clever football, which fairly astonished their opponents. Good form was shown in this quarter by Al len, Kemp and Kefford. Score at change was-A.V., 20 points; S.R1, 14, points. Second quarter opened "by up and down play, neither side gaining much advantage, but gradually Ascots began to gain, and the quarter ended with Asdots 4. points-to the good. The third quarter was perhaps, the best good football, dashing, sharp and breezy. Ascots stood the test well, and, playing a clean game, were only 5 points in arrears at the bell. The lastg-uarter was fiercely fought, Ascots strivi...
NEWMARKET V. N. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
NEWMARKET V. N. RIliC lONhl. This match was played on the for Irer's ground at Royal Park, under perfect weather conditions. Iewmar ket took the field with no fewer than seven alterations in their team, Wil son, T. Stevens, J. Stevens, Aspenhall, Patterson, Brown and W. 'Magner re placing \\hilie, W. Harry, Glen, Sweat man, F. Stubbings, .Greenwood and White. North Rlichmond put up a bet ter game than the scores indicate. They had the ball within scorinadis tanes tiume and again, but the N1ew mnarkot backs weore too strong for their rernearde. The 'final scores were:-Newimarket, 17:?oals 28 behinds; 130 points. North Richmond- nil. Goal-kic'kers:-Newmarket: Wilson 5, J. Stevens 3, G. Harry 3, J. Hatty, Stewart, D. Hancock, A. Hancock, '. Stubbings, T. Stevens. Wilson was easily the best man on the ground; his marking and kicking were perfect. He was closely followed by J. Stevens, A. Magner, J. Brown. and G. Harry. R. Stewart, A. Hancock and 1). Hancock also deserve mention. North R...