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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
lie " PUBLIC NOTICES. JOIN - A LIVE FRIENDLY SBOIETY. By' becoming a MEMBER OF COURT ESSENDON, No. 7408. Ancient Order of Foresters. i NO ENTRANCE FEES. NO LEVIES. gi World wide Order. Lowest Rate of con- Li tributions from ls Id per week. Sick Pay, £1 per week. Funeral Benefits, £20 and £10. Particulars from members, or d W. A. CADWALLADER, Sec. 9 Ardoch street. Essendon. BOOT AND SHOE EXPERT. A. G. E. SMITH et 142 PASCOE VALE RD.. MOONEE PONDS. at, Branch Shop at 33 Mt. Alexander road. Ascot Vale (under the management of Mr. " Patrick). Repairs in Up-to date Style at Moderate Prices. Hand-sewn Work a Speciality. LATHAM BILL POSTER Ie 's 4 Flinders Buildings, Oity, Telephone 3236. 't Moonee Ponds Telephone, 76 Ascot. lie J. CHEESE - lie ASH BUTCHER. " CORNER MOUNT ALEXANDER ROAD and t TAYLOR STREET. MOONEE PONDS. Prices Lowest, Quality Best, Oleanliness en and Olvilty. ALSO AT NORTH MELBOURNE. Ir ALFRED STEBBING, le DEPTFORD LAUNDRY - l-. 17 MARlIBYRNONG RD., ASCOT VALE. ley (Oppos...
ESSENDON AND FLEMINGTON CHURCHES. A SECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
ESSENDON AND FLE3ILNGTON CHIURCHES. A SECTION. Flemington and Kensington Presbyter. ian. 173 (A. Topham 66, C. McFadyon 44, If. Sterling 21; Bacon two for 16. Pinkerton three for 37, Patterson three for 44. Cul. len twofor 57, v Southl Esendon fetho dist. four for 20 VW. Davies three for 8. D. 'Fenton one for 4). B SECTION. St. Paul.s 127 (D. Simmonds 43. F. Chamn hers 20: L. Kerr three for 17, J. Toplham four for 41). beat Aecot Vale Congre?a gational B, 26 and 64 iT.Jones 28, E. King 15; C. Tame five for 17, Simmonds seven for 30. Blinkhorn thre4 for 19. Eastborn five for 231, by an innings and 37. Bouonee Ponds West Methodist, 66 (0. Giles 20. A. Bobinson 11 not ouat, . Hyde 10; H. Nizon four for 23, Findlay three for 9). v. Flemington Metbodist .. 43 Ithree men short) and seven for 89 (H. Nixon 14 and 11); J. Mansfield six for 22 G. Hyde three for 16, J. Scott two for 13, Sweat man, sen., one for 2). Moonee Ponds MeIothodist B. 160 (C. Tro. than 40, A. Hosking 40. A. Pollen 22. ...
ESSENDON CRICKET CLUB. To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
FSSEUIOD CR1ICKET CLUB. To the Editor. Deur Sir.-Referring to the .?}?esdn cricket club and the position they hold in the Victorian Cricket Association, one would naturaIly assume that Ecsendoi were oil the down grade rather than tnl the up. But such it nlot the ease! eschn don have shown on many occasiols that tllhey can use tile bat to adlvantage agaillst the cream of Association bowling. The whole matter is that we have nio bowle tir to rely on who t.,!ll succescfitlty oppose thle olther clubs. Biting a oiUpporter c f tile local club alnd Ihavini visited the E nsendon ground for the last four or lc seaeons regularly. I have noticed both in the first and second clevene that wlihat they lack is t eouple of good howlers. The [actc is veery imminent on all sides ald if thea clut wnld only seonr tih ditrict _ jete-r club.. nerlhare thff orlt esi trd t A toe nr ourt iu el?, ,?x?sin oruned tow. lo tharot could be done i trying out it few goal bowlers in the last few matches of tile sea-...
ESSENDON BAPTIST V. MOONEE PONDS BAPTIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
ESSESION BAPTIST V. MOONkI POUJN IAPTIST. The above teamsecommenced their match on the fornmer's grouud on Saturday last. The Moonee Ponds captain won the toss. and sent Essendon to the wiekete. The opening batsmen fell cheaply. and eight were out tor 51, when a fine partnersipl between Perks and Parsonage changed the aspect of the game. and carried tile score to 129. Parsonage 45 was top score with Perks 30 a good second. The otier double figuree were Cheal 17. and Mettalf 10. Moonee Ponds made 64, of which Steel contributed 28, and 3McKenzie 12. The bowling for Essendon was done by Cross six for 23. and Perks one for 7; and for Moonec Ponds by MeKenzie six for 47, ann Steel three for 44. The matehwill becon cinded on Saturday.
Second Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
i. Proud. o 'entlnc d U lay .t..../ ,..5 - 1anna. b .y .. ......... ........... ?. Suea., U Ken yu" ......... ... ... ... ... WV. Uirllith, b S cott ... ..... .. .. ,. . E. P. Keneldy, not out ....... ...... C. Ityan, not out ........................ U Sundried ... .................. ...... ... 7 Four wicheta [or ..... ..h.. -·r Iowhnug.-Gitler, no wicket lor runs;J Kyle, one for IZ; Scott, oe fuor 15; Fracy, o00 for 71; hKely, ono lor 7. South Sirlbotourne woll onl tho first inn 0l.0a US 10 rutut. ---a? -.- ? "- ?
ESSENDON V. SOUTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
ESSENDON V. SOUTH MELHOUR4E. The abovo match was conunencedon the kuseluon ...ruuud on naturuay. 'IUe 1iclket tas In gusi oruer, an1 3outn wl., ning the los l 1111 lrl'·sr Ua or 1t. tranlls an11d 1 Fr n sana op 1ed to nc bo1wn1g l01 .nratley and 1-eleh* . but Ileiter 3lled1 long. eer Woll 0 tle eow.ed by Wbleatley '1I1e ncx3 LItree 0lcLre *10,1 c3ea1p1Y. 51111 WNlt,) 1bt 1Wi lor lt 7,h t1l.?, did not 10011 at all yroull s-ahg leo , tlu,. but AlcGor l1aca aUd .1111. ny eoau i,.ltt1Ug, n.13 11e; long stlland alll ddcu dJ mils beloro Slc Cormaci wa oU?t to a ;vuL ?'atch by Chel. eow on Coulter. ''he retUl.lllng batsmenlll took the score to I 243, when i. inninLgs closud at ten minutet p:tsl .1?. AlcCor mace. kund. lyseu. Harry aI1 , ,l:ryan all batted ell lor eoutJh, 1l,1-l Coulter, Collie. Wheatley, i ltton IIId Chellew did likewio wilth tihe lll tor swndon,. who didl tvery well in dislo-ilng of such a strong bide for 340. 'lieir itlding, too, under trying circ1um113la*c3. was al1o go...
ESSENDON. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
ESS1XDOS. First Innings. J. Itusseli. c Giller. b Kyle ...... J 1" .LcCnrtnoy, b ,enplS.. I cr. lirillths. c Pentland. b Kenny ... 1 ,. Steel, c hleatner. b Kyle .... ..... 1'. Shea. run out ........................ 14 . P'. Kennedy, c Scott. b Kenny "... . 1 C. Ryan. nld. Pentland. b Kenny ... 1. t. Proud. b Kenny ..................... A. Pitman. not out ................... F. ianna. c Oryt¥ b Kyle ... ... .. 11 . .Mon. c l'entlanil b Keelln?y ...... 1 Leg byes ......... » .I . ? Total .. . ................. 1.. ...... 7 lowling.--Kyle, tlree for 23; .Kenny, six for 46.
TENNIS MOONEE PONDS BLUE SOX V ESSENDON. NORTH TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
TENNIS ---4 ---- IIOONEE PONDS BLUE SOX V ESSENDON., NOBTH TENNIS CLUB. This event took plac on 10th inst., on the court of the last-named, and result od in a win for "The Blue Son" by sorell ganmes. after a most interesting tussle. tlratifying form was shown by tie colts of the respectire teams, t. Denyer. of T'The Sox, and Lorimer Colcloagh. of the Northerners. Exceptional play ?un displayed by the senior pair of "Son," who proved victorious in both bouts iln which they were engaged. A feature of their game was their brilliant combina tion p"lay It is to be regretted that we will be deprived of their presence during the forthcoming Championship ieetinlg, to be held on Esendon North courts. In the last set of thile d;ui between I. Col dlough and A. Jeokes. of the Northern ers. and R. Denser and If. Royee-.at Mewnof tile "Sox." Collte very exeitilng tennis was witnessed. At sne stage thile scores stood 5--0 in favour of the North ern pair. Ilowever, by some brilliant play, particula...
THE HENLEY COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
Mr. A. J. May, tile cccetary. rcported tlit the .ltilulter o1 'uulie \\orks, Mr. nagclthern hilad 1een :onl. and tall Oi cl.il Iron tloe Department would take clnarg of the river on Henley day. Mr. itlcib ild agreed to supply two boats lor' le colt of ralllilng tllem. and t'oulhi rovldeL aniottCer boalt . later uurilng tile ilterliaooil. Si. liley would UlPply a tlull1 bHand. Tihny dlila eon nOegaoilg ~ l.il leio ?IfeCeII tllepaltmelnllt s tl t1n loa0n 01 solmoe marultr , and tuouht that tlihey weaald lie goy Joaationd here coming 1:u slouly, and up to tua prroeat the r um ,i U? 1r 6d hia been received. and good sulplort inoas lItg reeivred Irom toa olt tine districts. 'Ailo etxecutive committee lnod decided to print their own pro lamoliae. ald thle amuU1n. received irols , r a l wlutaimte. sould iw e net pront vile meetrlog ll iodld appoiUt committee: ot tuie merry-go-round, sports and tires slug room, lalo ,towards lor the Iturl uhe+. u 0e 1oyal Agricultural obaciety it11 lenli ap...
ESSENDON RIVER LEAGUE MONTHLY MEETING. THE FORTHCOMING HENLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
ESSENDON RIVER LEAGUE StOxTrILY .A*ErTINi. 'TlE EOlTILCOMI IIHENLE.'. 'T'be fmorntldly eeetin of the (aselrdtJ liver League colllmltec tat olllih nt lleo tltC h11alL on T hiursd1y evnillg, Rind illst. Tilere wao a largo attetndane al1lt tlled Mayor r. Jd. . ltie. reont, occupietd tt e lallir. 'rhe Mayor ahde thse ereegtary (Mr. A. J. ?tiy, Ctl edpO io oil le YIBIL Ot t illeCectOll oi tile .ftrlelrlley lleg ris \rhl.tito .. liade ol atilrday, 1UCIl iLtti..t ed t? l d. I;tireld tile dijrererrt iwlllrol'?dellts, etc.. Stllat lere declidred upot.--l wrea aeeilei il;t the ofetioll of tile ue- iteeii l eitilC it cllorted. 'Ilhe bkalllae ehcet, as regards thie trt11 accouunt of tle League eas eubtlilterl t.? .ir. D. Caiuero~l and adopited. It bliolet.. iilat thOe ulu uf t O 4O id hlaid becll oux euntrlcl ill ultnroselutei works atld talll tle tellrt lalalleo ill Ilke Sesillgs Baltli w50as .ie at iii. l'ih iollowiing report wa s received rui.l elede liti.'t oo:cldy. \l. A. E. el" tUiLilig C...
WEDDING BELLS HILL—SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
WEDDING BELLSS i ----T~--- l, mILL-SMIT' . -del A very pretty and alfectivo wedding w.as performed -,t the Metlhodist Church. oom- p orton. on January 14th. on the oC;tsiOll of the marriage of Mici . Alice Mauid be Hlill, -ouangst daughter of tile late dil Mr. Joseoph Hill, of Somertol, to Mr. Edlward ;eorge Smith., seceond 0soi of Goorgo Sluith, of Eslndon. Thei Sulano. more of hridtdo wlille the iritlttl_ beo:rers were Mlis Ituatrico Jowka e ad n , Mios EMa Anderronl. Officiating as bcsl man %%as tilhe brother of bridegroom. Mr. V. D. Snmith, with Mr. T. Nelson groomsd ima. After tile cereoony tile bride alldt bridlegroom loft to be ililotograllhed at l1 Itllruswicj, after whicol lo breahllitt was larloken of at the Cr:aigieburnl Hall. Fol owilli; upon this were dalnoilg, vocal iteml, det. A vast nllmber of frieno and ric reihtiosn were prsent, and numeroua and. Af crotly lpresents were received, the cello a t)oaoilEl oto" with crea" t succes. Tlhe hIItpY iY coulle loft for Syduey...
PLEASANT SUNDAYS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
PLEASANT SUNDAYS ideal we;ather conditions favoured tihe first anial pllL icnllic o the Ascot V'ale and olloonce Ponds P.S.A. Jrotherhood,. which was ileldi at Mentone on Monday last lkoullnldatioln Da3). About 233 people wore eInsen.l contingentsa coming from tile 13rotlleriloods at B oinfey. J'rabrai, Cauu b'i-weil and Glen lifntly. 'Tie large ntiml br preset ptoits totile efaet tlhat tile ilterest of tihe nlen of Melbourlne is being ironsed ill tile Blrohlerhood movenentt. At one o'clock a grett unLited Brother llo,Yt r.ly waug l,ul. t au o~Joutr o wlalotL Slone nrri nt' werere. , tot, VA J.'-aalzooi irleslelnt of thie Ascot VaeI _ oid l nonee ollds Brotherllhood; Bro. Tiho. Ivory, iresilent Brotlherhood federation; BIron. .t. Brown. E. Smnith, T. Joines I. Boyle ;.tn linv. J. Toinkin. All spoke oll thle great httlre befLore the Brothierhiood mlovenlet. r;ery one eplressing the opinion tlflit anl enjo'able day had been slenlt, aud that t ae neat Brotherhood picnic would be still ...
ESSENDON BRANCH, A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
ESSENDON BRANCH, A.N.A. At 8.10 p.m on Thursday, the Znd iust.. 1 the attention/of about 50 members of tile or above branch was drawn to business by of the ringing of the presidential bwll by Mr. ii E. 0. Gaff. The minutes of the previous M meeting were read and confirmed without r" oti being rained. to toe. They were from Mleessr. P. L. iu liams' tend It J. Burbridge, two very gouofed 'workers for the branch. These were ac- U cepted with regret. and nominations were t received to till the vacancies. Messrs. II. llidtdlestoue. Cecil Seeombe, and J. 1. U Williams were nominated, and the ele lion will take place on February 5th. The Ii president looked suite surpri.ed Iwhen no one came forward to be elected., Jut ie t o"'.lel when three ,nrop?i:als ~ere , e eeived -fur membership. Mr. 1'. L. \Vil lotios report?ot upon the doings of thec Essendon Dispensary; his task was not hIard. ts thigps are going oil very smooth- C ly with this institution. Mr. N. NiCholl he told'-"the membori tha...
PHYSICAL CULTURE KENSINGTON PHYSICAL CULTURE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
PHYSICAL CULTURE KENSINGOTON' PHYSICAL CULTUtE SCHOOL. : The annual' social and distributionl of prizes in connection with the ahove-named school took place at' the Kensington town nail, the hall being filled to its utmost capacity with the pupils and their friends. The instructor (Mr.'iUeo. J. Lynch). i1 wel coming the pupils and their friends to the fourth annual diatribution. of priiee, thanked them for the support accorded to him during the past year. The school continues to be a success' both socially and physically In every way. each seasoa beating the preceding one in thoseo.re siwcts. For thio last two seasons lie (Mr. Lynch) was considering his determination to close tle school,. as it necessarily took up nmore of his leisure time than lie could conveuiently put into it. -Last season, lie decided to give it another twelve months and then finally, to msnake tie affair of.the school a thing of the past. But the list of pupils and their successes had been so tnumlerous during ...
LIST OF PRIZE WINNERS FOR SEASON 1913. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 29 January 1914
. ... hOF 1RlZE WINNERIS FOI SEASON -hc Thd' followiug have won gold medals, as s hercunder:-- o .l Lanies.-hClalpjoll. Miss A. Pitmall. All to lOlultdi.-A class, Mips V. lidadalo; B clas. , bMiss ,. Kimpton; U chlis, Miss L. Fraser; 1) class, Miss F. McPllerson; Quickness. A cla"s, Miss A. Adams: B clans, Mbiss F. llardwick; C class, MBliss A. Sinclair; D class, Miss IN. Fox. Coal .hrowosg.-A class, Mbiss R. Mitchcll: B class, Miss Ol. lcradyon; C class, bdiss S. Mcelierson; D class, Miss A, Fra.sor. All Round, Last Qnartsr.-A. clans, MiSs A. .ook; B class, isrs K. Wllelan; C class, Miss D. Sanders; IO class, biss B. lowle. 78 gold medals lIve now been awarded to pupils during ii tIlo curreucy of school. A Boys'and Men.-Weight Lifting.--ovie, h Mr. A. Iloywood; Feather, Mr -tI. Adams; Iighlt, Mr. . Ca-ttnagug Middle, Mr. 'taylor; Champion Light-weight, it. Jones; ,natll Record, C. nelson. Wrestli.g Novice, Mr. U. McGrath; Feather, Mr. . rtoss; Light. Mr. O. Johnson; Middle, Mr. J. ...