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BOWLING [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
BOWLING ft -- Moonee Ponds scored another pennant win on Saturday last against Middle Park by 9 points. Thp members of the Queen' Park green are pbur playing off for the Coltsa Consolation Stakes. the Bose Bowl Handicap and Championship. The handsonme clock presented to the colts of the club was won by Mr. Bennett with 1Mr. Larmer as runneF-up. 3Iooneo Pondsa . lMiddle Park. MOONEE PONDS. 100. Cahn, Davey. Cockerell. tlaplestone.... 3 Cohen, F. Young, Eastwood, A. E. Young ...... ... .. ... ... .. .. . .. Sheehan, Tatterson. Swift, Dowlan ... ... 2 P'arker. Pattison. Fitzgerald. Smith ... 18
SCOTTISH CRICKET. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
SCO.'l?TiS CRICKET. (Contributed.) .liter a tpel 01 three weeko. the Ersen denl Joureel to t rttton lI n atour iay 11o play toile CoinioOO Ca-lotOlqllaln e- doUn were il?l:lloltl weaen it was IOULnd Ins e.lttiltal liila 10 .' n to tU be r Les all tlooit hi t~o-hea.cdd inlty, so they had to take tie held. CoullIulgWOd started ith blruce and altteoon. tire1 Ist sun o tile atuous cIIIte truce, anUt great things ore explelted of Iliul but alter mangr: ie runa ill tery u'ce 'tyle he nad to re tire clean bowled ily Jolnny olr. Craw ley catto teat. otrll to soU th'LotoUm toWi tl by Molr. M notl)ol tollowet d o. . iu .-itllout aeltion to oreU oori orrLwley wa.u bowled by Uoroyttl. T1en0 anottler euotelO " In.tn am ?e I n nalied alV1U L 1gat, and wlt a out any a?-sot.olee Crl1m h1 dog, totopetll tlhe ,oCre. with 1 runs. .tCDolald was tho next to lall, buld by uayley. 'ile ntit partlllrshlp w;CO tile mos profitablle ?u ot the alellenill for CoulingtWood. P. \'cre. plaed nice ertckhe uotll iel...
THORNBURY, 73. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
THOUNBUBY. 731 Shirp.. King. Bainbride. Whaley ... ... 20 Robinson, Hayes. Burgess, WVright ... ... 2 Boyd. Smith. Hoskins. Ingham ... ... ... 10 thalley, Cogle, Murden. Ileiken ... ... ... 21 Sooth Melbourne v. Flemington. SOUTIH MELBOURNE, 102. Kirkby. Clarke, Cavanagh, Moss ... ... 25 Wriht. J. Johnson. McInnes. Holdoway 35 Mlitchlell. Morris, Herd, Grlt .. ..... ..1. 25 Collins. A. S3. .Johnson, Nixon. Poul ter ......... ... ................ .. ... ... 17
ESSENDON B., 81 [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
ESSESNDON B. . Michliell. Thrussel, Cane, Stewart ... ... 21 Rollaasn. Dr. Spring. Beck. Boe, ... 23 coulson. Rowe. Berrell, Goode ... ... ..... 20 11. Gorlon. Jully, Blratt Pearron ...... 17 Essendlon v. Cambenvrwell. ESSE.NDON, 99. W. Stephens Jenkins. Col. Taylor ... ... 35 Kerr. G. Stephens. Steel. Hill ... ... . . 14 lowbell. Showers. Barrie. Riley ... 2...... Beard. WoodE, Weare, Russell ...... .22
HUMOROUS ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
HUMOROUS ITEMS "At whom are you looking?" de minded the young lady of the young nar. who obstructed her path. "At ehuo o" replied the hay fever victim, and hurried away. * So you claim the world is round," sneerdl the sceptic. "How do you know that it is not square?" "Be canoe I have had too many dealings with it," grimly replied Columbus. -"I wish this fellow wouldn't send you so many chocolates," said the other suitor. "Why ?" simpered the girl. "Are you jealous?" "No; but 1 prefer to eat marsh mallows." "Your eyes are my only books," said the poet. "Blue-books are not interest ing reading, generally," she returned, softly. And he---well, he was glad her mamma had fallen asleep. "'Much of. our worry is useless." "Yes, it is. I once bought some stock in a rubber grove,' and worried two winters about frost before I ascer tained that the trees hadn't yet been planted." Johnny: "Doctor, if I was to ask you whether it's going to hurteor not, would you tell me the truth about it?" Denti...
A GERMAN WAY OF SERVING PEAS AND YOUNG CARROTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
.\ GEIMIAN WAY OF SERVING I'EAS AND YOUNG CARROTS. Shell one quart of peas, anil add to them six young carrots cut into dice. Put them into a pan of boiling water, add a teaspoon of salt, the same am. oust of sugar, and a sprig of mint. Boil until the vegetables are cooked, thei pour off some of the water, leav in- just enough to cover the pens. Mis a dessertspoonful of flour with a toeacupful of cold water, and pour in to the saucepan, add a tablespoonful of butter, a tablespoonful of chopped parslev, boil for two minutes, then stir in the beaten yolk of an egg.
GERMANY HAS GONE MESOTHORIUM MAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
GERMANY HAS GONE MES0 THORIUM MAD.. Germany has got a craze for meso thorium, the latest of the multitude of canoer oures to be announced. The London "Times" asserts that "there is hardly a town of importance in the country which has not, voted a largo sum from the public funds for the pur pose of purchasing some of the costly material. and where public funds are not forthcoming, concerts, bazaars, and such like means are adopted for raising money for the same purpose.' lMesothorium is said to have the power of emanating rays similar to but much more effective than radium, and the cost seems to be almost as great. The substamnce is derived from the thorium waste in the manufacture of gas mantles,- and it is used in tiny portions enclosed within a silver cover ing in which extremely small holes are pierced. The silver box is then placed upon the part affected with can cerous growth. One surgeon related his solo experi once with mesothorium. In ia case of cancer of the stomach, the si...
SAFETY IN MINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
SAFETY IN MINES. Expressing the opinion that explo sions in mines can be prevented, the Clifton Miners' Committee of the Not tingham Miners' Association (Eng.), suggests that the Government should bring in a Bill to make stone-dusting compulsory, and to secure three shafts instead of two for every mine. There should be one downcast shaft and two upcast shafts, making the air-current twice as much as it is at present, thereby clsaring away all foul gases, and so preventing any explosions. To sink this extra shaft for each niine would, it is said. entail extra expense, but it could be met by the landlords returning to the mine-owners a year's minimum rents, and theoState finding the extra expense to sink these shafts.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. JOIN A LIVE FRIENDLY SOCIETY. By becoming a MEMBER OF COURT ESSENDON. No. 7408. Ancient Order of Foresters. NO ENTRANCE FEES. NO LEVIES. World wide Order. Lowest Rate of con tributions from LI id per week. Sick Pay. £1 per week. Funeral Benefits. £20 and £10. Particulars from members, or- W. A. CADWALLADER, Sec. 9 Ardoch street. Essendon. BOOT AND SHOE EXPERT. A. G. E. SMITH 142 PASCOE VALE RD., MOONEE PONDS, Branch Shop at 35 Mt. Alexander road. Ascoet Vale (under the management of Mr. Patrick). Repairs in Up-to date Style at Moderate Priees. Hand-sewn Work a Speciality. MISS MANNERS HAIRDRESSING. Visiting Ladies' Hairdresser, Cutting, Sing Ing. Shamooinge , Hahrwork. Manicure. Face and ?calp Massage. Ladies' Oomb inge made up. Letters Promptly Attended to. 22 SOUTH STREET, ASCOT VALE. LATHAM LOCAL BILL POSTER 4 Flinders Buildings, City, Telephone 3236. Moonee/, Ponds Telephone, 7S Ascot. J. CHEESE CASH BUTCHER. CORNER MOUNT ALEXANDER ROAD and TAYLOR STREET. MOONEE ...
"SWEATED" WOMEN WORKERS. EXHIBITION OF THEIR WRONGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914
"SWEATED" WOMEN WORKERS. EXHIBITION OF THEIR WRONOS. Down tile length of Canltoi Hall. West Illinster. London. rccently. where great tahrle at which womlell workers were busy :it tatlis reltresentiing tile sincLted indus trios. HIere was the nimble matchlbox imaker strilving to turn out it gross of one, itll to ]Iour, there the Ima:kers of 'ihldlr-,n' clothes All nere toiling as womllll tov ill farctil'ies or at Iotne for tile Iittauccs of sweatedl labour. .\IIIoI tlo r.wealted industriesC represeltl cI! ;t tn exhihibition. whiih wnis under tie illspicts of thie ('onllervatice anlld Unionist WolnuInu's Frantchlie Asnomiatiot. i. are: Matclilhoxes. , l for t grois. nade in all liour. l'oshil lo c:iilintns, 9s or t0.q a week. Ulnderittirtl. 3'd eact. 9 or II0 IiTri a; a:ty. 7,nia week Artlfiial flnoerc. 3d to is 6d i grousn. 12 lOurs a cl;ito. 6S ;, week. ltoy's itli'crc . la it dloznl,. 9 6d to llH Children's Irock2. 21n each. taking two hiour; eachr to mnake. "Rounder" boot-m;akinL,...