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Presentation to Mr. T. Smith. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
Presoentation to 1Mr. T. Smith. At the railway car and waggon shop, North Melbourne, on 13th instant, Mr. T. Smith, of Lorne street, MoonDeL Ponds, was made the recipient, oil his retirement from the railway service, of ,a handsome silver-mountcld umbrella, suitably inscribed; a smoker's outfit; and a box of silk ties. MIr. J. J. C?nroy, in making the presentation, referred to Mr. Smith's 30 years' con nection with the railway. $o was al ways foremost in any movement that was for the welfare of his comrades, and in every charitable cause( took. a practical interest. Ir. Smith had won the esteem and respect of all he came in contact with, and the railway men wished him and his family every happiness. Mr. Smith feelingly re sponded, and thanked his old comrades for the nice present and good wishes.
The Essendon Gazette Published Every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, 21st MAY, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
Published Every Thursday dMornng. THURSDAY, 21st MAY, 1914.: Although the long ngo declaration of Burke that "the age of chivalry has gone" seems often to apply in respect to 1 matters in connection: with the treatment of the opposite sex now-a days, there must always be much con-: sideration shown for woman by men atf all worthy -of their name from the fact that she is called on to bear the pain and peril of materiity and also to take the lion's share of the.burden' and anxiety of briniging up a family. We, 'ht timed, in this 'country make. it a boast-that we are thoroughly up lo:date in regard to pretty well every thing, and especially that which makes for the preservation of health and the protection of life, but it is pretty well three.-yoars ago .since a deputation from the National Council of Women waited on the then Minister of Health and asked him to facilitate as much as. possible the introduction of a measure into Parliament known as the Mid wives.Bill, which proposed enac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
-PUBLIC NOTICES. COME-OVER HERE I JUST A WORD IN OUR EAR. ST. THOMAS' HARRIERS Young men who want to spend n GOOD SATURDAY AFTERNON, join the ST. THOMAS HARRIERS. The most social 'club in the district. Particulars from Secretary on appih :cati.... -. . . .. . ½?an. Ascot Valo.' " PETER SWANEY 149 PUCELE STREET. MOONEE PONDS BOOTMAKER (Established 1892) Notifes tlat Ie has REMOVED from Mar garet street, after being established there for 22 years As lerotolore; hieguarantees tihe use of the best material and the best .workmanship. Repairs a specialty. In of. fering thatks for the long confidence re posed in him., ie respectfully invites the eurther patronage of noew and old cus tomers. latisfaction adssured with all work undertaken. H JOHNSON'S O ESSENDON PHONOGRAPH. DEPOT P All the Latest Records and Phonographs at Town Prices. SRailway Place station _ ýl'atroniss ? ? _ tl` ; ý_ --- Lo. c MOONEE PONDS SHOEING FORGE Horees and Ponies shod at the lowest Current prices for cash. Remembe...
ESSENDON CITY COUNCIL MONDAY, MAY 18. FINANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
ESIENDON "CITY COUNCIL cou-c,-- : MONDAY. MAY 18. FINANCE CO"MMITTEE. The finance committee held their usual meeting, Cr. Cole, chairman, pre siding. Correspondence. Letters were received front a niulnli" of people in Epsom road, Ascot Vale, comnplainiig of the pan charge of £2 12s per antnu, which they thought too high. They did not know if it was a sewered area and they suggested that it be referred for report.-Agreed to. The Metropolitan Board notified tlhat area No. 3.-i, near the racecourse, wasn a sewered alrea.--lReceived. Mr. C. J. MeFarlahe wrote as to the contract of sale for the new 24-acre reserve at Maribyrniong river, point- 1 ing out the legal aspect and stating that it would be necessary to search more titles with reference to ease meats. I The town clerk stated that the de posit was paid and the contract signed. The Police l)epartment asked that the Essendon ]and be allowed to play with the massed baids at the Eslhibi tion Building in aid of the Bendigo c Mining Dis...
E. & F. PROTESTANT CHURCHES' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
E.'s F. PRIOTESTANT CHURCHES' ASSOCIATION. Moonee Ponds Methodist, 14 goals "12 behinds, defeated Brotherhood, 6 goals 9 behinds, by 51 points, after a bard, strenuous game. Goal-kickers--M.P Meth.: Pulleon 4, A. Hosking 3, S.. Grierson 3, Cleve Ryan 2, Latimer and Snape. Brotherhood: Bryant, White hill, Kerr, Sinclair, Dunstan Hayden. H. King, capt. of Brotherhood, met with a nasty accident, colliding with one of his own men. This may keei, him out of the game fQr two or three Saturdays. We wish King, who is one of our best and fairest footballers, a speedy recovery. Woods (Brotherhood) has been re ported for general rough play and el bowing in this match. Kensington Methodist 22 goals 27 behinds, defeated I.P. iaptist 1 goal 5 behinds. Goal-kickers-Ken. Meth.: Groves 7, Kelly 5, Pollick 3, Nairn 3, Hutchinson 2, Fairless, Leitch. Bap tist: Ireland. Matches next Saturday.--M.P. Bapt. v. Brotherhood* um ire, Johnson. Mar. Pres. v. ken. Meth; umpire. Williarson. .
FOR THE CHOCOLATE COVERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
FOll TiHE CHOCOLATE COVERING. I:ither buy it ready prepared, then luelt over a slow lire, stir until nearly cold. remelt, dip the centres in, and lay thema on paper till cold and dry, or rut iup lIb of ordinary chocolate in to small pieces, place these in a pan sewr a slow fire, or stand them in an otil r pan half-full of boiling water, and leave it till it forms a smooth paste; remove from the fire, add 2oz of seom htter, which must le nmelted in a second pan; wheln tliw chocolate is iulli.iently liquid, stir till nearly eild, then stand in a basin of warm water, and stir frequently whilst coating the centres.
FREE KICKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
FREE KICKS. Essendon did not play so well as they did against Footscray; but it is a recognised fact that the better the opposition the better they play. Then again about five of the regulars weren't plaming. The committee have a hard row to hoe. They have to look out for new players likely to turn out stars: but recognise thle bad policy of frequent changes ~n a team, which militates against systematie football. They are thus between two fire- . As Nortlscote were not considered a Atroug team, Ith opportunity was evidently taken of trying out some aspiring 'ail.irs. IThe effort was only partially successful, as McPherson was the only one of the new men to show out limuch. With such players as Serior, Pain, Joe Madden, Kemp, Turner, Mitchell and Erickson, it mlglit I?e advisable to hold what they hare at present, as frequent changes are not conducive to concerted play. laving too many players is worse than not having enough. The players took the field punctually on Saturday, some of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
PUBLIC NOTIOEB. Telephone, Ascot 192. "TRINAFOUR" PRIVATE HOSPITAL Registered. MEDICAL, SURGICAL. and MIDWIFERY PATIENTS TAKEN. EXTENSIVE OBOUNDS. TERMS ON APPLICATION. PARK STREET. MOONEE PONDS. (4 minutes from Ralnway Station). Proprietress: Mrs. Henderson. PRIVATE HOSPITAL Registered. MEDICAL and MIDWIFERY. Every convenience. Terms Moderate. MISS McGRATH. "Araluen.' Pratt street, Moonee Ponds (off Puckle street). Telephone. Ascot 537. ST. AIDAN'S PRIVATE HOSPITAL (Registered). PUCKLE ST., MON'EE PONDS. SISTER MANN, R.V.T.N.A: (Certificate Alfred Hospital). Medical, Surgical and Midwifery Cases Special arrangements Midwifery Cases Terms on application. Telephone: Ascot 245. LADIES' NURSE Attends Out-Patiente. MRS. MURPHY 7 TENNYSON ST.. MOONEE PONDS. . 68 THE PARADE. ASCOT VALE. MIDWIFERY A SPECIALTY. NURSE BURNS 'Fees Moderate Telephone Applied For. JOIN A LIVE FRIENDLY SOCIETY. By becoming a MEMBER OF COURT ESSENDON, No. 7408, Ancient Order of Foresters. NO ENTRANCE FEES. NO LEV...
FOOTBALL ESSENDON SUPERIOR TO NORTHCOTE. THE MEETING AT CROXTON PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
OO'T'BALL ESSENDON SUPERIOR TO NORTHCOTE. THE MEETLNG AT CROXTON PARK. By "Right Wing." The fixture in which the local team wias concerned last Saturday was the match against Norttheote on the Crox ton Park. The ground, excepting for long grass and weeds in parts, was in good order for football, the rains dur ing the last week softening the earth and making the conditions better for. the 'game. There were only a few hundreds pre sent, and a largo number of these went over from Essendon, it being quite evident that the Northcote team is at a great disadvantage through lack of local support. A team cannot hopeto thrive unless' the district backs it up. Essendon spelled several of their regular players, and tried two or three new men with only partial success. Regarding the match, IEsendon were superior to Northcote in the play, and had no difficulty in adding another victory, scoring three points short of the century against about half that number. Essendoih commenced with the breeze ...
Military Fete. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
SMilitary Fete. . meeting' of all-interested' in the recent Military Fete was held in the IEssondon Council Chamrber, on i3thl instanit, thoe Mayor (Cr.; Henderson) in the: chair. But, unfdrtunately, through a numbeir of tickets and other 'iotuins not being to hand, no.balailce sheet could be submitted. The. various stalls are .submitting their individual balance sheets, in the first instance, before a "general and comprehlensive balance sheet is drawn- forth. Some of these balance sheets are yet to come in. ISo far gross receipts totalling £501 7s 7d had been received;: A'number:of accounts, totalling £139 14s 3d, were passed for payment. The Mayor. an nounced that the body which. hld asked him to organise the fete?'as the "Citizens' Committee," of the Essendon Rifles. - It would now be iiecessary to hand over to this committee' for final allocation, the moneys derived fromrthe' fete. He, therefore, advised everyone present and all fete, workers, toypay their 's and take out a memb...
Conversazione. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
' mieeting Ofladies wasll held ou Frl day afternoon .of last :week at the-resi denco of Irs,. MD.? C. Mrott.:~ The' boui-ý nHess was .to arranlgo.a conorerflaieiio "to aid':the funds bf, the Essondon.. Horti :cultural Society. The Mayoress (Mrs. J .:F Henderson) was voted to the chair. The office-bearers were elected as follows: President, Mrs. J. F. Hen derson;' hoi. secretary,. Mrs. E. A. Bond; lion. treasurer, 3Mrs. M. C. Mlottj and all present were forineu into a committoe, with power' to add. It swas decided that the: conversazione take. the form of a musical evening, followed 'by a. dance. : A sub-committee was formed to decide upon the. date and other details. This sub-commit tee iOet on Monday afternoon, and' ar raiiged that the conversazione be held oitl'hursday evening, 'July 2nd at, the !Masonic 'Hall Ascot . nale.: The inext general committee meeting 'will be held at' the, residence': ofU u?rs... Mitchell Simith ,Ifll street, aloonee Ponds, on Monday ?afternoon, next;25t...
Army Rowing Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
Army Rowing Association. A large concourse assembled at the Henley Reserve on Upper Yarra, on Saturday afternoon, the occasion be ing the annual army boat races. Some good rowing was witnessed. The prin cipal event was the Army Rowing As sociation Cup. In this event the oath Infantry (Essendon) won their heat and also the final. Lieut. H. Chapmnn' acted as hon. secretary during' the af ternoon, and made complete arrange ments. He also had a place in Ihe winning crew. The guests were enter tained at afternoon tea by Colonel Parnell (president of the Army Row ing Association), and the commlanding officers of the different regiments, a pleasant time being the outcome. Amongst the Essendon guests were the Mayor arid Mavoress (Cr. and Mrs. J. F. Henderson) and Cr. and 'Mrs. J. Goldsworthy. The bhand of the 58th Infantry contributed an excellent pro gramme of music during the afternoon.'
SOCIAL BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
SOCIAL BREVITIES Lady Stanley will pay a visit of in spection toth Sutbe herlad Homes. Drusmond street.- Carlton, on Pound b.)e Da, June 13thrsday, 21st inst. a O g cn eerta and eof workwill be eo d coffee'supper held inJ aurke Presb oernan Church oh :nFridayi 5th June. :Tlhe :Essendon Coursing Club's open ing meeting will be held at Diggers' -riest; on' ISay :2 7. . SMrs. WH. T. Washlington, of "Thorn leigh," Mis rtis street, will not be at hi me hnTlursday n 21st uinst. Cnlrist Church, Esse idon, is to hold a gadn i .fetdr ad sale of work Ocb tobr:2 tiondy 3-.ii?? ll be SSto James' Cbers of thEnglnd E oo se BPonds West, irill hold anniversary services on Sunday3 May 24. Sacred concert in chiu'el on Weneidny. Ma y is. :H . C le?,,,?i Gnyah ." Griiddieu street, Ifoosiec Ponds, will be at homse on the 4th Thursday. Con: e'ncersazioiie is being ,arranged in tonnueaion oith the Essendon Horticul-. Tturat:oiety. t will be herld at the :Masni Hall e'v. F ani July 2nd 1914 lle s m ale qur...
BASEBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
BASEBALL \illiamstown: 3. 0, 1, -1, 2, 3-1. Esscndon: 1. 0, 1, 8, 0, 1-11, "C" GRAI)E. Essendon: 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 2, 0, 1, 0--11 Melbourne: 0, 1, 0, 4, 0, 01 ", , 0--l0 Next Saturday's match will be at Es sendun, versus Y.M.C.A. Team will be selected from-Burkitt. Ely, Ens tacee,Lindle, McLaren, McTean, Rae, Raphael, Robertson, Skelton,. Swift.
TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
TENNIS On Saturday next, May .3:rd, the tournaments will be advanced a fur ther stage when the semi-finals . will be played. A brilliant exhibition of tennis is anticipated, and the public Tlre cordially* invited to be present. The following programme has been ar ranged: 1 p.m.-Miss Powell and Swan v. Miss E. Mitchell and Mitchell (win ners 1 p.nt.); Miss Raisbeck and Woolf v. Miss Mt. 'litchell and A. J. Mit chell. 1.45.-M3cFarlane v. Maclean (winner 3.15); Misses Evans and Nicholls v. Misses Ross and Bennett (winner 3.15); A. G. Colclough v. Simpson. -.30.-Smith and Mair v. Newport and Sinmpsous; 'Misses Colehluglh and 31. Mountain v. Misses Todd and Rais heck (winners 4 p.m.) 3.15,-K. Fairley v. Winner: Misses Swan and Powell v. Winners. 4 p.m.--Misses Ilendall and Bury v. Winners: Miss H. Mountain and W. J. Mountain s. Miss Mac;w and 3ie l)ougal; Miss Broadbent anld Morgan or Miss M3. Mountain and P. Mountain v. Winners.
TURF TOPICS May [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 21 May 1914
.'URF TOPICS By "Even Time." May. 27, 28.--Bendigo Jockey Club. U29JU.-VWagga Amateur Picnic Raco 30, June 6, 8.-Adelaide Racing Club June. 3.-Epsom Races. 6, 8.-Victoria Racing Club. 10.-Montone Races. 13.-Moonee Valley Races. 17.-Aspendalo Park Races. 20.-Victoria Amateur Turf Club. 24.-lolbourno Hunt Club. 27.-W\illiamistown Racing Club. July. 1.--Gelong Racing Club. 4, 8, 1.-Victoria Racing Club, Grand National Meeting. 15.--Sandown Park Races. 22.-Aspendalo Park Races. 25.-Moonee Valloy Races. 29.-Sandown Park Races. Yetholm, brother to Radnor," has, joined WV.. Hickinbotham's team'at Flenington, lfter having been on the easy list :. : An addition to the Fleihington contingent is the.gelding Sedrick, by George Frederick, which has joined G. Coleman's team. , The following, horses were given jumping lessonsat Flemington on-Thursday morning i Red Hand (J. G. Brown). Statecraft (E. Elli ot), Kirk Brae (A. C. Scott), Warrawoona (A. C. Scott); Patey (J. G Brown), Socotra (T. Woods),...