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MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
MARCH:', 11. MOONEE VALLEY 'RACES. 14. VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB. 18. SANDOWN PARK RACES. 21. MIOONEE VALLEY RACES. 25. SUNBURY RACES. 28. ASPENDALE PARK RACES. Widden who was sold to Mr. Pharez Phil lips for 150 nso.. will in future be trained by II. marrison. who has Obi and Bulla warra. Frank Wootton and hlis brother Stanley arrived in Melbourne by tihe R.M.S. Morey from England. Both are on a visit. Frank Wootoo n has now retired piermanently from the pigskin through excessive weight. "Even-Time" wishes readers to note that ill many instances hle is at i great dis advantage in reference to selections. as many of them are made before the weights are declared. The Ihorses named in this column are those that alre doing the best work at the tine of writing. and if fan cied by their connections should be there abouts. J. Fielder haye decided to send Nortlh Woodleigh back to Sydney. B. P. Burn, who ihad hlis.leg fractured last Easter while riding at Onkaparinca, will be seen in the s...
FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
FEBRUARY. 3, AVENEL TURF CLUB. 4, 5. BENDIGO JOCKEY CLUB. 4, 5. 7. TASMANIAN RACING CLUB.-Nominations, January 13; weights, Hobart Cup, Jan. 29. 7. WILLIAMSTOWN lRACING CLUB. 11.. VICTORIAN CLUB. 14 21. -VICTORlA AMATEUR TURIF ,LB N--ominatins, January -6;: weights, -January 27 ; aec9tiabes February 12. 18. MOONEE' VALL'Y RACES.- 28, March 3, 5, 7. CTORIA R AC ING CLUB.
ODDS AND ENDS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
r ODDS AND ENDS HI:Has Cholly any. occupation---does he condescend to work for money? Oh, ycsl: He's courting Miss Millyons. "Adol'er:Wou't you try and loro. me? Boston Girl: I fear that I could never ldve-' a man who says "'try aid" in stead of "try to." Could . you suggest some suitable badge'for our "oDon't Worry CluliP" asked the typewriter. boarder. How would a pino knot do I askeirthe cheer ful idiot. The Nurse: Oh! Talk is 'cheap. The Policeman: Oh! 1 don't kiiow. I lknow a cop who was fined thlire, days' pay for spending ten minutes llhing to a girl here. *z cdu i L "Found." "Mrs. Winks: VWhlell is Mliss [dl'dieashi to nmr'y the count? Mrs. Iinks: On Moncdav. Mrs. WVinks: Oh, of course. I milght have known. M1in day is bargain day. Wife: slow do you like the cake? HIusband: Umn--wlat' s it called? Sun-' shineo cake. Very nice; .ut, if I were you, I'd not try it on such a cloidy day, next time. Fond Mc1iunia : isn't baby getting big? Just see how solid hlie is Pa pa: Ho does ...
TURF TOPICS RACING FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
TURF TOPICS By Even Time. RACING FIXTURES . JANUARY. 17. V?rICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB.-Nominations, January 6; weights, January 12. 26. ADELAIDE RACING CLUB.- Nominations, January 412; weights, January 15; acceptances, January 19. 21 DENALLA. SUMMER MEET ING.-Nominations, January 12. 23, 24. GEELONG RACING CLUB. Nominations, January. 19;weoights, January 21. 21. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. 26. WILLIAMSTOWN RACING CLUB. 26. CAMPERDOWN TURF CLUB. 26. MERBEIN IRACES. 27. ADELAIDE RACING CLUB. 28, 29,. 31. TASMANIAN TURF CLUB.-Nominations, January 13; weight;, Launceaton Cup and Steec plechase, January 21; acceptances, Launceston Cup -and Steeplechase, January 24. 30.. NEWNHAMi RACING CLUB. Nominations, January 13; weights, 31. SDOary 29. CES. 31. SANDOWN: PARK RACES.
CORRESPONDENCE ESSENDON FOOTPATHS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
CORRESPONDENCE ----4--- ISSENDON FOO'rTPA'THS. To the Editor. tt-.-Ctr. you inform me why it is that otir Iota, council do not properly I nisle otr the footplaths whe they :,rr tlewh atphaltetld? I refer particularly to the path in Jaisburt'v .tret. which was as phalted stome three weeks ago The work men have Ieft heart of earth in the roadway, a long t gutternd t esetter te, are not ollty tlnsigltly, hut are also datn geroll to traffli. Stretl- to Coodlless tile atthorities nheold ter that thle nuisance is iabated. ]ouI'rs. etc. Samn Jintpson, coloured, had ia col tlltreml neiglltottr f .soenice tlt'ans, who as ilnkind enotlgh to butild at Iigh board fence ailtout his yard, whereint gree many lusciotus mIltls. O ile day Sat foundtl a hole i the feice, antd, licking his lips, Iheo started to crawl through. The eighlour ihappened to be sttanding eiar the hole. "tHeault youl" he eried, "uhalt ytou gwtine" "I'se gwino back," said Sam, quickly "uiting action to wiord. A woman entered a ...
The Essendon Gazette Published Every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, 15th JANUARY, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
ublihed -eare Thurse u A o'fovnny. TiHURSDAL, 15th JANUARY, 1914. .'t the, course of a sermon recently de livered by-him at the Presbyterian Church. Parkville,'the Rev. Frank Milno indulged in one of'those periodical pulpit denui ris tions of current follies and vices si iech are not without their uses. althotigh they are oftei couched in the language of ex aggeration and hyperbole. A portion of the re-', gentleman's remarks. however. which i dealt 'with .what. is called "mixed cam.pingj' will have, blen endorsed by every man and'woman who desires to see the. niodesty ofi modern maidenliood pie .e'i;ed, .sd the ?ouniu of both sexes grow 0tp with some sort of nmutual respect, and ksneiderir that' Mr. iJtilst's condeination ot some liolidy oseaside scenee are simply a'repetition of the-views of tile Melbourne" daily pppers, it can hardly be i-rged against thle former thiat it rests on a "wowser" basis:e The preacher quoted tile saying of Andrew Carnegio which declares that: "the level...
Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
Salvation _ rmy. Farewell services were held on Sunday last at the Moonco Ponds hall. to Captain and Mrs. Walker. swho have been in charge of the local corps for over two years. On Sunday night the hall Was crowded, anud the officers were given a very effective send-oat. The little daugh ter of the offlllcera was dedicated under tile Army flag by Adjutant Anderson and Captain Walker in the swne meeting de dicated two other little ones. The Cap tain also enrolled two young ladles as soldliers of the Army, and presented each with an illumlnaited copy of the articles of war, and orders and regulations of soldiers of the Army. Captnln and Mra. Walker botlh spoke words of farewell, and thanked all who had assisted them in their work while at Mooneu Ponds. On Monday night a farewell social wias held. Musical items were rendered and a num ber of representative speakera spoke of the goodl work of Captain and Mrs. Wal ker Is tis tow.ll, and wished them well in their new station (Williamstown...
Shooting Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
Shootein Accident. A young man named Ernet Alexanrder, living at 9 Eastwood street, Newmarket. eot with a painful accident through the exploding of a rifle cartridge on Friday. lie was engaged in looking on thie floor for a peony in tile kitchen of his home. and lnd a lighted candle in his hand. lie nloticed that a little fellow named John O'Connor. who wans in the roomn. lad a rifle cartridge in his hand. HIe said he had picked it up in a lane, and was amus ing himself picking out thie cordite. Alex ander thinking it a dangerous toy, tooh it frac the chili, lut unfortunately. it anlne :in cortntwt nat tla niakidll Ica!Y.tnd Iau wan admitted. `hes takenl to 1lt'uiiouno -netrn rliel hie was admitited.
NOTES BY THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
NOTES BY : THE .WAY li "Observer?% A t:.o..t - a" ot deal is- said t6dt the ulu'l cc nt .del - toing' otl -t ba-t tughialt. .acrse tieta stat 00005 to Ito titos0m100St1 t t Iollain pltioUlltpi ?Jtlltowtn on theo' nrItlattll,- 0of 1esitt4 tiillet bete, multton, it.b, :.5 t-ta ttt CIlltonetIOil Withl otherf piruvsl?.tt. Atd~ S 0 'of, eatere illness are " St? l- tuvatn ' eai-tetttltn s at-untsmot.d ai..,-a - lt` tttuni.lto atrsot tad al-e coJ,,l co01 mt.tt--oi w.;.eh t1 cast qu;an at tttsltta-aa 1,d atui et Ic.resadaots t..aJ,st e .i.te \a.i. oi0 a IttlW yars ago otft. .. ?.ircJ,?3L,?l ill te t01tiitty of i(ndaeleid( t..e a did nlo? ai . ot .tt 'lthe sea hast -taken a rtavy death toll in Cotr slO l rol[ will tLe leclL- ?oill?ans, anin tile bao L des art O~a it is lthat tile tat:lities tLar i.tar e-had LO be ClnOlmcled lmgUtL t vtat aR! 171 ad.,t.; ttt +, wta ittla eNP? I Y ". habf, l -r -'i :". 2WIlbt lhers' .Y tene;I .d t ettt's: en risruaofed oeuty as .elt. ie !lnowS that clhildrea a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
J BU T"TTON CACH BUTCH:IR 73 PUCKLE STREET, MOONEE PONDS REST QUALTY O GOODS. . . P1 IC'-- +T lRATcrEED Id PER L !El.OW ANY OT'HER BUTCqHER T , :iAlD DELIVERED TIIROUGIIOUT THLE DISTIIICT. ALL GOODS FREE ROS3T ADULTERIATION" ·:_ A. M LE 8; "; >SPECIALLY CATER 7FOI. Jt 1-? l TYOUR PATRIONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICI'TED. , .. THE A LATEST kr . BURGLAR PROOF S VENT.LA i ,TING LOCK _Hotueholders can leate any window open. day or night, with perfect safety. Price, - - =N1es etch: or fixed. Is 6d. t SWILLIAM McKA GORDONNNG O IRONMONGER, . Q. 12 NAPIER STREET, ESSENDON Beautiful Paseoe Vale ? Sweet Pascoe Vale Peaceful Pascoe Vale . Buy a GARdDEN PLOT for 2/- per Wrh, wn ' the rfousie g a Prtce iIn., ;6i1t x ISO, 11/- per foot. ;)epioi!, £1C ; D f i ;d . 2/ - weekly CONSIDER T Mill OFFG ': l C.:IELYR, IRmembte -r tat coe Vale. :350it. above Sea Lvre!. Ite Attnmsphere 1)usthss, S Restful, Stimuliting. Your Sl Ieep as ,-.p as Ihivera Soug. Plans and Plarticulars- SFRANK GEACH, ,o12uen Vstreet...
MR. J. B. PRITCHARD HONORED [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
3IR. J 11. P'ITCARIID HONORED On Thursday morning, Sth inst., the officials of the Essendon City Coun cil assembled in the Mlayor's Room, to make a presentation t• o'Mr. J. B: iAraid.fi, C late oisvir - r'ste -colltort: , r\D. Caiieroni toii.i eierk; oc iiptIed the chair, arnd therbio ia' a full, attend-inee . Tliw:rlairmtad ritated: thln tthey lid nlat Lwith mucii :regret, to wish good bye to one of thegr number. Theor hoped that lIhe' is bettering himself in going to St. Arnaiid, and that lie would go on "iimlporing his position from time to time. All the officers were : presenc ecoept Dr.i Flanagan, who was' very busy, but that gentle man wished lir. Pritchard every suc cess. W\\hen Mr. Pritchard came to the office about 10 years ago, there were large arrears of rates outstand ing, but in a f~vw years, with the as sistance of Mr. McFarlano and others, hoe had collected a great deal, of.. the amount.. On the departure of Mr. Cook, Mr. Pritchard assumed the du ties of assistant tow...
VALEDICTORY [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
VALEDICOTOR V :' very ploasant function 'took picco a?t Aj'Ascot Vale Bowling Clubsl,'e- vilioin oni-Tuesday evening, ctlit ,] t • 'narSy, wien, Cr.k H S: Cole, thlo preel debto of the club, on brelal.of theoni??,: berr presented M'r.. J. B. Pritch :fit their t:reasurer, witih_a very "luai l isom slve?r ot-water kettle, onr thy. occasiolr of his re7sigiing the oilico.,t t..ke ug theo position of Tohic Cleik, to io itloroughl of St. trnud. Id lthe iuscription onJth lioerttle read r , adllo ws '?Presented by the Mcstober enef to Aisot Vsild iwling lubh to Mr. J. h . 'ritchird: i on relincluishing, tho posl tieon of hon. t crasurer to the club, rior tio his departure to St. Arnaud. cith Jainuary, 1914." Cr. Cole, in asking. Mr. Pritchard to accept the present as a tiken ot tha esteeil. in which ho was helb thoe leediig tomoe impor ~ta l -.ion i i th'' nut ?e cure."j _Cr.s o alsc asrd n' offcer the'i inlie strdn oinancial position it now held and the cMecibers of the club, lu ilo deeply...
J. D. Graham's Auction Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
J. D. Gralnam's Auction Sale. J. D. Graham is advertised to sell on Thunrsdany next, 22nd inst., at It a.m.. on the premises, "Bothwsell.' corner of liloom fiehl road, and Rothwell and M'Oully-sts., Ascot Vale. the superior modern furniture and artistic appointments of Mr. S. R. Bloomfield, who is relinquishing honse kecping. There are 450 lots, illcluding magnificent: upright grand piano, rose wood art china cabinet, drawing-room furnishings, hall stand, oak dining snitei and sideboard, dinling nsuite in saddle-hag, hed-room suites. E.P. ware. sanfe. incuba tor tent. kilethen utensils. antd sundries. Descriptive catalo-ues may be had from tile auctioneer, 97 Queen street. O-O-O-
Essendon A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
EZsendon A.N.A. Thhlg, were very quiet at the fortnightly meetiog held on the 8th inst.. probably on account of the holidays. The president being absent. 3ir. J. E. Edwards declared the meeting- open. and fifteen minutes later he declared the meeting closed, but before doing no two new members were eelcted and one proposal received and sun dry accounts were passed for payment. Tile neoxt meeting. will be held on the 22nd lunst., and. after the branch business a qucit tournament will'be held.