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ELECTIONS MR. WATT RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
ELECTIONS - -4-- ME. WATT RETURNED. .BY A GOOD MAJORITY. OnTlursday, 15th inst., the elections caused through the forminc of the Watt Ministry took place. Mr. Watt '(thoe pre mier)_was opposed by Cr: Frank Keane and , good iight was put up. .A good dleal of interest was taken in the contest. and the poll was a large one. anlthough numerous electorn were away aUnd did not vote, it being the holiday season. Both candidates lihd plenty'of motor cars work inir in theloir behalf and by this means a lot of electors were brought to the poll. 'The postal votes amounted to 398. Dr. H. P. Martell acted as returning officer. and Iris substitute was Mr. I.L W. N. Lind. who hadl a nnumber of dleputies and poll clerln under him The polling places were Ascot V'ale. Cohurg, Morcjand, Essendoa. Moonee Ponds and Pascoe ,tle. The Csoburgi and Moreland figures were added together. and this was the only place where Mr. Keane lhad a majority. lis lead being 170. Mr. Watt's majorities were-42 at Ascot 'Va...
THE ELECTIONS. ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
TIHE ELECTIONS. "'e ,55Js.. Number on 'the roll, .818. o l - - .Watt. Keane. Ascot Sale ... :' ...... 24 .. 1.22 Coburg .... 1.163 ... 1,333 " Esoendon . 11...... 1,045 ... 597 Hoonee Ponds ........ 331 ... 1.503 Pascoe Vale ... 58 ... 58 27 Postal votes ... 319 ... 79 Total6...... 3... 6 ... 4,761 Majority for Watt ... 1.442. PREVIOUS ELECTION IN 1911. Watt ...... ...... .. ...... 7.134 Keane ........ .. '............... 4,987 MIajority for Watt ......... 2147 Mr. "Watt, who bwas received with loud cheers. acco.ipanfed by some hooting. re turned thanks for the magnificent poll in his favour. It meant that Essendon had confidelfi in his representation of the district. and confidence in the Govern meet. (Cheers.) For him and his gol leagolcs, and the members of tile party for whom ho had the honour to speak, it came as a very splendid token of their aplreclation. It would give the Liberal Administration heart and stimulus to work otill more earnestly for the development and protectio...
THE GUN ESSENDON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
THE GUN ESSENDON CLUB. A large entry w?'n rooeived for the pig Aon handicap of the Essendon Gun Clob, and 29 shooters took part. At the end of 10 rounds Truran (2 noms.. "Starling"12 noms.), "Latteral, .' "Arlel," T. Howell. "Woega." and "Newport" took out their stae. Shootingl on Truran (2 noms.), "Ariel." "'tarling.'" "Wonga. Newport took out £1- more on the 15th round. Hinal division was made by Truran (2 suams.). "'Ariel. "Wongea." and "Starling." W. Trurn shot magnilcently. and carried both nomS. through, having 36 straglht htills, and only using tIe second barrel on iwo occasions.
ESSENDON, 87. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
ESSUNDO'N 85. Stepho,) s.l Jenkin. ox, Tafylor ....... 26 leadnl. Lang. Weare. tussell ... ... ... 18 Hvlowtll. ioode. Showers, Barrie ... . Kerr, Birrell, Steel. 1Hill ... ...... ... .. 18 Footscray T. oonee Ponds.- FOOTSCAY. 117. L.s'.?e l..ron. nSmith. Wnti ..:;;. Du.?lup.. ?-4,du;.arow. XV]?n. · ;i·;.?;..?. 2S MOONEE PONDS. 71. Cahn. Moyle, Davey, ?hipleston . 10 Parkes, Pattison. Tatterson. Smith ... 18 (then. Young. Eastwood. A. E. Young 18 Slheelau, Connor, Swift, Dowla ...... 2
Williamstown V. Ascot Vale B. WILLIAMSTOWN, 85. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
Williaminstown v. Ascot Vanle B WILLIAMSTOWN, 85. Wood, Todd. GrOeen, Turner ......... 21 tiravell, Crockford, Crawford, Hall ..... 26 Harvey. Stevenoon. Breeze, Joeephson 17 Parker, 'uatterson, Ilick. lRiddle . 1..... 2 ASCOT VALE, 104. \Ward. Cole. Huckland. Coster ............. 19 Bolne. Richardson, Madden. Brigs ...... l'eppard. Bunn. S. ThompO. son, Siaddock 3 Orr, Trennery. Anderson. Prtt ....... 30
DIGGERS' REST. SEND-OFF AND PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
DIGOEES' BEST. SEND-OFF AND PRESENTATTON. " Otn Friday. 9th January a send-off and prsentatlion waso tendered to Mr., W. -. uCorrian.: who. bha . helt the ispositlun ot been transferred C tarlton. A very pleasant evening was spent, during whichl a splendid programme oi dainc-es, songs and recitations was gone through, the Scotch pipes lending an air of element to the occasion. Durlng a breau in tile proceedingS. Mr. Townsing, of tile chhool conmiltteo. ex plained the object of the gathering, and spoke in glowing terms of Ur. Corrigan's worn in teo school during tie 2 years be had been head teacher there. 'A hand some gcntleman's outbt was then pre clrled to Mr. Corrigan by Mr. Townsing on behalf of the good people-of Diggers' Riest. Mr. Corrigan. in returning thanls. said he regretted leaving the district, but when advancemn nt in the path of duty ealled. a response munt be made to the call. lie would always look back with pIleasure on his associations with the scholars and friends ...
SOCIAL ST. MARY'S R.C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
SOCIAL ST. MARY'S R.C. CHURCH. The parishioners of St. Mary's newly formed pariah of Ascot gale recently purchased a block of land at the corner of Ferguson street and St. Leonards road. They llave erected on it a commodious. club room and billiard room, witha tbho roughly up to date tennis court- adjoin ing. Tile opening ceremony was per lormed on Saturday by Mr. J. E. Fenton, N.P.. who spoke at considerable length on the good to he gained by such clube. In tae evening the grounds were brilliantly illuminated and decorated. Over 200 sat down to high tea provided by the ladies of the parish. St. Patrick's band, unuer Mr. P. Delaney. played selections during the evening. Father May. in introducing Mr.. Fenton oaid Mr. Fenton really required no in troduction to the people of tbis district as lie was eo well and popularly known. In fact, you had only to look at Mr. Fenton and see hlie was an honest man. Mr. Yenton expressed tile pleasure he had in associating himself with St. Mary's pa...
ESSENDON PROGRESS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
ESSENDON PROGRESS ASSOCIATION -4-C-- The usual monthly meeting of the Es seldon P'rogress Association was held at the Bowling club pavilion o0 Monday. January 12th. tih President (Mr. F. Yottt presiding over a fairly good attendance of members. All invitation was received fronl the Mooneo Ponds People's Association to Ibe present at their next meeting, when it is proposed to have, a discussion re ;t se? orato railway line to the nrcecourse and ;how-groundsb also the neceesity of some thing being dons to the level crossings at Iluckley street and Puckle street. Tile delay to traltc is very bad, and somenothilng will have to be done very soon to leosen this trouble. It was agreed to accept tihe vitnlalon .and as malny as possible to attend. 'T'ho secretary was instructed to write to the Essendon_ City Council. anid also the councillors of tile Eslandson Ward. drawing their attention to some matters that have not been attended to. A motion bh, Mr. Grogan. that licture nights be beld. a...
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES [?]ENDON AND FLEMINGTON YEARLY PROVIDENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES ...;?I;Z>UN AND FLEMINGTON YEARLY PROVIDENT SOCIETY. The 20th nnual meeting of thle above society was held in the Puckleo street hall, 7.oosee Ponds, on Tuesday. the 13th Jan uary. 1914, at 8 p.m.. Mr. Win. Ramage,. .astdest of the -society, presiding. The secretary read the uotliee of meet ing, and the minutes of the meeting of the previous bociety were duly read and counfirmed on the motion of Mr. F. i. :lackson. seconded by Mr. Lincoln. --th'le report of the secretary aus follows was read and also the balance sheet and auditors" report received and adopted. on the motion of Mr. Lincoln. seconded, by Mlr. Onthll. SECRETAI'Ar 'S REPORLT. Ladies and tentlemen,- In presentingl to you my report for the year ending December M1st, 1914, 1 beg to cougratultte youn upon another very suc cessolul years operation. The income during the year amounted to Lt?6 10s Id, ineluding 2s 7d brought for ward, as against LIla us lid for thle year euding December 31. 191. lie exUpe...
"NORTHCOTE LEADER" HOW NORTHCOTE DEALS WITH PRIVATE STREET QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
"NOITIICOTE" LEADER" HOW "NORTIICOTE DEALS WI'I'II PtI ('ATE WTREETQUESTION. A sob-eommIttee of tll Norticote'eoun cli has bIeen considoringlothe beat' nmenlo of faellitatrng tie construction of pri rvato, -streets. "Or. fasting:.;?in ulbnlittintlt 'hteir"'rilport on Monday'oevening. stld that'-?lals al d been preprepred fOr;. 000 It worth'of streets.- Seelng thle way i tile ban loney .hascom e in'it' is-'elearly iltopoo ,.lhbu to carry out -'alt tbhis 'work right aIway, but it was-resolvedi to;call tonl ders -forthwith for two streets--leacono fleld' parnde. from tile railway to St. tIeorge's road, in the west ward, aod Jean. kils-treet. from St." David street to the crown- of tile hill. in ' tile' north ward. Tiler is a fair asnount in hand for the.o streetso. and ll ny property-owners have prcnmired to pay half their contrlbutlonl iten tle work is mc)ntrCcedl, and tile lallote a i?nlll as eosseiblo aflter.:lrds. In this way it is hioled that this batllch of streets will gradually...
PLEASANT SUNDAYS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
PLEASANT SUNDAYS Thu, shpeaker' at' P.ý.h. Brotherhood meet ing on Sunday last wan Mr. W. -J. lar. ier, ;lmd there was a fair attenlldance. Ihlo friends are returnilng from their Itoll lavys, and tile IroslpeOts for thIe coming easn., are extrelllely bright. Mr. lHarper spoke nn tile 'Fa:therhooil and tho Brother hood." God whenl llI created malt, hiul awoaderful andl sublilme plan to carry oult, but it wan interrupted. This inter rliptioll lod allovedl to proceed. Bian wavs attl n an entirely free agelt. and we to-daly, a;re free aelt ill dealinllg with ;ed. but ie a;re lnol fren iagelltst ill re gard to civil or legal aLatter?. The Bible.: Irtto eillci ilit to elid. is a rev0lation troni (od. It lutlst be admitted thait there i huloldreda a tlhings that are not lt lerstonll, but thle speellker dlare lot iay they were ultrile ilitory prIves othler u-iec. (od'a plat for humanity wal' i "atherhood and a ltrotherhooai. We mutla gras thl truth that our fellow-lnan is rlatr t tieadr, nl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
U SIMPOR .TANlT SOTICE SKellou ardwar -----Colpanlly---- JOSEPU KELLOW. Proprietor S20 years Departmental Manager. Chambera & Seymour ,j 74 and 76 Puckle St., S. Moonee Popnds, Dec. 1913 About eightCeen months ago the KELLOW I HA? DV.'DWXARE'CO. purchased the business of C. g lJ. Ianroid; anidthe" 'succss since has been so r great-tltthithey'liavc now the pleasure to announce . Shaving bourght out the- old established business or m\ ITC:H ELL SMITHI, who for so long has been the I leading Ironinloiger.of Puckle St., Moonee Ponds. [ There is no need to dilate on the excellent quality " of the go'ds 1iept by this well-known firm. His name and reputation are well-known t, a;ll. The i i KEILLOW IIA[.DWAltE CO. is equally well Sknow'n, and the fact that in so short a time they flm h, - ell able to buy ou I I M oS i-mc v i el appro ation or - the inh?aitants of the district. S The new business will be conducted as hereto Sfor; tinder the personial supervision and dirccti6n i f Jos...
CRICKET ESSENDON V. FITZROY. AT ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
CRICKET ESSENDON V. FITZROY. AT ESSOXDOX. This matcl was commenced on the 24th nit, but owing to interstate lttulre was not concluded till Saturiday last. m?senu don failed badly in the tirst innings, only making 83 on a perfect wicket, McDlonald, the Fitzroy fast howler, being unplayable. e secured 9 wickets lor 45.- Yitzroy re sponded with 272. MLcDonald auain oelng to tihe fore with a foine exhibitionl of bat tang. soo:ing 85, including 5 siuere ani 8 fours. The locale therefore had to maltte 119 to save a0 innings deteat. This looked. imminent when-five wickets had talleu tor 68. out of which Macurtnoy scored 27 and Shea 24. Russell and Steel however, added 98 for the sixth wicket, the former play ing a fine innings tor 48 and the latter for n8. They each batted for 110 minuotes. .and saved the side. for when InRssell- wan out lbw there was no chance of their opponents gaining the extra point for no outright win. Russell gave an easy chanlce in the lottgteld at 42, otherwise thl...
SCOTTISH CRICKET ESSENDON V. COLLINGWOOD CALEDONIANS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
SCOITIIl CILICiE ; EESNDOfN V. COLLl.liIWl3OO . CA.LED02iI.X.A S This muatcll w? rotllliUUlled on tile Col lillgctood ground la-t StulllLly il the preonlle ol a lair lumber 1 rlllrlel'ro of both teams. 'L'he cUres for to !l re vious Saturday were-Colllgwood 7 :ii. nenuoln 6 wlclclts or td. Boir nlld Camlll eron, tile not out, Otatomen le retllsul to the bowling oi C3rawey aind I lcmuugall. but Camieron wan giVell ll leg btclure. much to Ills d"thgot. no. iIO nut oall- aid .lltloi to tile Acore. 0i0,ellotl lhaU 11ot another wicket. Wood joined lolr. illll with the addition of onU roull t oir was caught, a wicllet bellg do~n for 6o. Bailey came next, and oy nice b:aitig, put oil L rnns before Wood won uuii?i by lorey. iI. WIilltrelw wos tile 1;11t to bat. but din not scorl.e, thLe' lust ikJiC1 failing for 81i. a lrorlo a nllco oe litch \111 have to be imprond onl ii this tealll are buoning for tIle irenlerillip. '1110 1nlul uiJiitl innllgs at a trie'lll natiage l tle •game w l?o allec...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND CRICKET ASSOCIATION. A SECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
CHURCH OF ENGLAND ' CIICKET ASSOCIAT10N. A SECTION. The match between St. amens and St. Andrews, Clifton Hill. resulted in a win for the former by nine wickets and four ;runs.. Ft. James. 4 for 172. innings closed (D. Fielding 103 not out. W. Krus? n. P. Head 26 A. Knight 10 not' out; IL. tott 2 for 39. E. Brookee 1 for 23). St. An Sdrews, 100 and 73, one man short tE. Pol lard 31. H. Stott 31. T. Pollard 20, W. Stafford 15 not out: J. Roberts 3 for 19. P. fead 4 for 25. £. asnei s 3 for 21 D. Fielding 3 for 34. W. Kruse 5 for 371: The feature of the match was the batting of D. Fielding 105 not out. who is showing great form this season. This is the sec ond century he has made in the last two -ame. played. In the previous match- he scored 104 not out. when the Innings was -?aIn declared closed in order that a tree-point will might be obtained:. , Next Saturday St James play -I -two days' match against St. Augustine'e. Moreland cab will lesave Tadgell Bros.' office, opposite railway ...