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BOWLING MOONEE PONDS GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
BOWLING -4---- MOONEE PONDS GREEN. Tie i lo ne l iinds club arl at presellt sery busy withl tilh Eaoter Carnival toull nallnueul, which is looked ulon, as tile eelvt of the year in local howling circles. Trophies to tho value of 28 guineas are tq ibe given for pairs and rinks. Tile clu cllmplonslip h resolved Itself into a mlatch between M. Cockerelt and if. Maple tone. eachll of whome hive been beaten once, and they play off for the coveted lionour. The launie' bracelet, roe bowls. and colts' trophlly ar nolw ill tihe lial stages. LDring this seasonl the ourprise of tile llelwberc is the recent lorlu displayed by tile veteran bowler ol.tile club, Mr. I,. a. Manisonl, who downed two prominent play crs ill it matdrly faahion for the rose bowl Irophy. The word Mlanson is a minagic one to colnjure with, anlld whell it is ulentiolled to come playerbs int mIt l e simply whlis pered ilfon do nlot wish to raise a tornado.
Elsternwick District v. Flemington. ELSTERNWICK DISTRICT, 105. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
Eleternwick District v. Flemligton. ELSTEINWICK DISTRICT, . 105. Somerville, Merriman, P'ennington. Stott 31 Claplan, Prior, 0verend, Hamilton ... 33 Cunninlgham, F. Bleddoe, Williams, Sarah 23 Johnson, Cohen, Sinclair. Ros ......... 18 FLEMlN GTON. 79. Beamish, Nelsou. Sutherland, Cussen ... 14 Sullivan, Gardiner (sub.), Walker Norris 16 lhdwards, McKenie, Angus, Prildhuam ... 27 Watson. Park, Gladwin, Osborne ......... 22 Carlton v. Aberfeldie. CARLTON. 116. Ferguson. Blrunton. Beattie, Woods ...... 31 \Whltlord. Ridgeway, Bowes. Criwly .., Cook, \Waters. Nathan. Shaw ............ 28 Bell. Smith. Lanfranchi. Kemp ......... . A BERFELDtE, 81 Mclnduoe, Giun.u' looking. Price ......... 21 Kemp, RIichardso., Newbold, Davis ..... 19 Slmith. Bruce, Braithwaite, Cliff ......23 PFraser. Yo?ig,. MCuteheon, Grieve ...... 81 "-Lusesdunn, v,.Port :Melbourne E68" r:~~ENdoN. N0 .W. Stepihens Jenkins, Coo,. Taylor .Z:... 17 Cooke, G. Stophensu. Steel. 11i ........2 Bowtell, Showers. Barrie, Rile...
ESSENDON A. 106. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
ESSENDON A. 106. Touzel. MoKerrdll. Hine. Boyle ......... 25 Kerr, Box, Unrooci, Thackwray .. ... 30 lViloo. "Jab. 2llllro, -Mcl arlanc, Mar rlyall .......""......"9. ............... ......r 'ý ,1 y. .lun ro. Neewilt c 2 Vrlia rdy. Spew crr .......................................... 29 IO11ELANI. 66. a.ý"ýe 2lcl~rtuie. U~oe1alle~I. Jlarlin ,1:Oneteealel .Arthuer. (. ]lardy, 09. hlardy 9 A. Ilarcy.y lbcrto. Whliteut -r. (Sle ... 28 Aeha eeee, $ekell. Feuwler, JYigdlee ......... 27
ESSENDON B. V. SOUTH MELBOURNE ESSENDON B., 128. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
1: 511\00\ 13. V. 00131'1 M'EJ.IOUINE ESSEN130N B.. 128. ?·iil-·lrrl. floc a 'lllrltssen. Canue ... ... ... 39) A. (~orduni Joll> Braclt, 1'earorl ......... 31 Dr. Spring" Pullair J. 11. Tiaternui, ltc,. 33 Coul ai i ailbraitji, Beli. Bridgford ...... 25 SOUTII MELUOUIRNE, 96. ttt td-nifty. yno t 9e. ITarunr. Colai ..... 16 I uriiiopi ron, Tat e. Boyd. JIunic ... . 24 21 lii 03ol(3nmiuth Fairweathler. 6alil bern6 .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. 29 P'onnngton, Fordf, Shiaw, Mitchell .,.. 23
PARS FROM ALL PARTS GIRL HOUSE PAINTER. CROWD AROUND HER LADDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
PARS FROM ,ALL' : L PARTS - GIRL HOUSE PAINTER.' :C ROWD A?OUND HER LADDER.' A orowd was attracted to the. building of to Wmaltham Christian Union, U.S., by a young, woman, clad in bloomers and a boy's blousoe, atanding high on a ladder. paintingfthe buildlnr like a master p.ln ter'.· She. wasn iss Edith ?I. I'?orthrop. ?-? years old, daughter of Herbert N. Horth rop, a Boston manunfacturer. nst spring Mrs. E. P. Worth, head oa the altham Christian Union. induced tiss Northrop. to' come to Waltham and try outdoor work to roegain her health. She 'sent the entire ormmer at the Un ion,.digging in the garden and doing other labor which kept her ii the open. Some time agro it was decided to give theo Unlion building a new coat of paint. When Mtiss Nor?hrop heard of this she vol unteered to undertake the work. "Women can help themselveas when they want to do anythlilng," declared hiss Northrop. "I will show these paintors ar ound here that I can paint a house as well as they can."' Miss N...
DEATH AFTER BORNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
DkEsT-- AYIfiR lo aIrK -,--. Why should intestinal ulceration follow extensive burns on the skin? What is the cause of -death after burns? These and bimilar quiestions I1feiffer has at temlpted to solve in an experimental man ner on animals. lie discovered a toxin wlliclh, circulating in tile blood, causes cerebral sylnptomtu and degeneration in the kidneys, heart and liver, with ulcera tion of the stomach and intestine. The urine of sncll animals is very toxic to other animals. The toxin has . singular affinity for the intestinal mucosa. But the cource of this toxin, was, unfortunately, not exactlr determioned, although lio sur mises that it uttst originate in the al tered proteid of tile burned area.'
ELABORATE WATER SCHEMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
@@@ ELABORATE WATER SCU?IFES. Should tile additional water that the city of Paris requires be brought from the Loire River the expenses will be some £16,0W,005. Such watcr is of good qualitY, but as the quantity is but 500.00 cubic meters per day, the project haa tile draw back of being but a temporary one, soon needing to be amended. A munch more factory plan will be to bring the front Lake Leman, that is from the , l4 where it flows out of the lake. As tlhe lme is twenty times what would be .trk ow, there is ample scope for any l'thlr increase, and it will- always be lo??ld to take off what is needed for the Sol.otisumption. To bring one milllon metera per day to Paris would cost ,000, or one half more than the ;abovce project. but tile amount of. water would be doubled, and the supply would hobe carried out on much better conditions. .As to tile purity of the .water, it need only be mentioned that Geneva, Lausanne, and other placesa oni tile lake never suffer from typhoid and oth...
Drowned in Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
Drowned in Creek. Frederick James, aged 11 years. who lived with his parents in Essendon. was drowned in the Moonee Ponds Creek, near the More- land road bridge, on Monday afternoon. A number of schoolboys went to the creek for a bathe at 1 o'clock, and when James pro- ceeded to undress a companion, Clifford Warry, aged 13 years, said to him, "Don't you go in as the water is too deep, and you can't swim." The boy, however, dived in, and soon afterwards disappeared in 12ft of water. Warry and Roy Mathews dived in after him, and as they were not able to find him a young man, Albert Mathews, of Tennyson street, Essendon, then undressed, and at the bottom of the waterhole he re- covered the boy's body, after it had been in the water for 45 minutes. Attempts were made to restore animation, but when Dr. Spring arrived he said the boy was dead. The body was taken to the Morgue.
ESSENDON POLICE COURT MONDAY, 9th FEBRUARY. Before Messrs. J. D. Graham (chairman) and Kerr. justices. Motor Cycle Cases. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
ESSENDON POLICE COURT .MONDAY, 9th Btl trUanr. 'i.l"tefore- MesrIs .'J-1 I: htelsam (cblirialslu and Kerir. justices. Motor Cyclo Cases Counatabls Kinleyslde proceeded against eWalter IV. Parsons of 30 Ardoch street. iosanedon. for tilt. on Sunday, 11th Jan uary. at Ascot Vale, being tlhe person'in cbarge of. a motor cycle passing a place of worshlis to wit tlhq ongregational Chunrch. whilst divine service-was behlg held tlherein. he did neglect to travel st such 'place with as little noise as possible. Consetale Kinleyeide and another mem Ier eof tile force deposed that dlefendlant ia:de a great lsise Oil tile oecctaton. ichllard WinddlltIi boen. ecc. of the Con" ,te tjioal Church Aeeot Vule, delosed tant chrurch service was ·beieg held at the partieular time. Comepla:int had been mnade 0to a on y t he -C h k o tah .chrclh.. CoZmitteq, I.w i. isiwtnarrnc..nee:rc". cbS-rhoo re rrmaTim "5W IiiD' iiid hi 'ii ,llt meliime 9 mnsoth6.. lie lind t silencer on, and when he paseI the church...
BROADMEADOWS COURT FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6. Before Messrs. A. C. Gibb (chairman), J. Robertson and J. Twomey, justices. Glaring Licensing Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 12 February 1914
BROADMEADOWS COURT -4--- FRIDAY FEBRUARY 6 Before Messrs. A C. Gibb (chairmn), J. Robertson and J. Twomey, justices. Glaring Licensing Case: Martin Meehan, licensee of tlhe Junction hotel Tullamarine, was brought up on 12 charge on two Sundays in December and January, viz. with having his bar door open on cach day, and with allowing a drunken man to be on the premises. Two relays of police had been operating, some on bicycles, and others on foot. Inspector Costello prosecuted, and Mr. McFarlane for licensee. Defendant pleaded guilty to Sunday trad ing and having his bar door open on each &nbsp; Sunday. Two charges on each count were dealt with. lHe was fined £5 for each of two bar door cases, and £2 for each of the other charges, with £6 6s costs. When cleaning windows. add a few. drops of ammonia to the water; this gives a good polish to the glass. If marking ink has become dtried np, add a few drops of hartshorn oil to it: this will make it usable again. Never be without...
CYCLIST KNOCKED DOWN A RUNAWAY HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
' CYCLIST ? KNOCKED DOWN S irA IUNAWAY. HORSE. As- a result of being knocked down by a runatway liorse, tliceorge Tlhomas Pile, of Hopetoun street. Moonee Ponds. insurance agent, received injuries in May last, trr wiich ie sought to recover £459 samarge in tho County Court Irom two sets of oe. lendants, nd Uthe hcarlng of the rase wa' concluded before Judge Wasley'and a jury on, Monday. Pile's'ease was that lie wa, riding his bicycle along Mount Alexaeiel road from Melbourne. When near Leani street, alan named Ivo Fisnwick gaslol.rao along the road towards lelbourne towards two loose horses -to turn them from tilr road they were about to take. Tilte two horses made away across a vacant block of land, and one of them, owned by telllh wick. knocked l-Pile down. Pile's riclit slloalder was dislocated and slloulnc-r "blade broken, and lie received inojurie to tile hand, and htad since suffered from a stiff neck. He claimed £499 damages, it cliding £134 loss of wagese, £3110 learitli exp...
THE GARDEN FLOWERS ALL THE YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
THE GARDEN FLOWERS ALL THE YEAR. In a well designed'and capably man aged garden there" should be 8flwers all the year. Arrangements can be made to have tender annuals such-as phloxes, asters, zinnias, balsam and numerous varieties of perennials and biennials, that require warmth and sunshine for their development, in full bloom early in January. They will keep the garden bright and attractive for a few weeks till the massive spikes of gladioli and the beautifully tinted eannas appear. Simultaneously there will be the at tractive, if somewhat formal, flowers of the show dahlias and many varieties of other plants and shrubs displaying their beautiful floral tints throughout the first two mnonths of the year. These will be followed in the autumn by cactus dahlias, roses, and chrysan themums, as the leading features un til the end of April or wel into May according to the nature jf the sea son. The dull weeks of early winter can be made bright and exceedingly pleas ing with hardy annual...
THE GUN ESSENDON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
THE GUN '£SSEN)DON CLUB. The Esenldon club shot off a £10 stLar lilg handicap on Saturday, when there was a gool attendance of shooters. ".The winners were,- at. 14 rounds:--4. Guest, 21 yds. £2 10s; 14 kills; '1 Cody, 22. sld.. £2 I0s. 14 kills: Nambour; 23 Jyds,, £2.10. 14 kills: Kennedly, 21 yds., l. 10s, 13 kills; "*0yd."23 .ds, Ios. 12 kills: :Walker, .24 yds. s. 12 kills. Anu outright trolsy fell to "Fred.": wilth 8 kills. Sweeps swers weln by-Waalker,- It. G., ?lcCraith. Manniisg. 'larry." G. F. Balharry Tr..Codyv "lar raville," Guest. aid "'Fred."
VALEDICTORY [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
VALEDIVTORY -4-t-- A 'atelr weI tl ivell to. 1. I.ight (late rconductor of (Gt:dstone etrert Church Choir( e by itiemilbers of tCie choir anfil e trustees of the clhurch. t goodly llltlelt of membert arod a -.tiate of Mr. ]tlitht \ s ]?lettllt. Some '1 lu II ic t[ items.? I(et'e give y l el htelt- of tCie ehoir. Air. Iii:oht co tributini to the Irl.rlll e Ily illillg at duet with Mr. Otlnrled. Mr. Little. in happy enie. totftie ont behltif of the tlU tee.?, awl traced M?r. (Mliett'- record iI coli 1wetioe with the chttuecleh. Mr. Othliredl foCt 10w1, with a we*ll Itrel):r,"d ?l~eeell. 011'h0c t lreacti eery i'ely thte teeling of tiC Semnlnr,. T 'l'lle tIev. ('fox then )et.||edlel thte g'llot wi i :ta hIadtlu-(one et f Oi ltel" entree dlitlle- rIenravedl. Mr. Itlilght very Icelittliy restponded. IIe aid he foundiI it ery hatrd to -Pfelrate itt-elf froe tile chlrclh lie Ihad been conntected with yo lolg. lie ttt Ci te nltetttllb-r- andtl rus ttse for their ltand.otte iftt, which way t...
GOLF NORTHERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
GOLF -4----- NORTHERN. There was only a moderate ttteuOlance at Glenroy on Saturday afternoon :o corn oete for the monthly medal. The %.treme Beat. no doubt. kept many playore away. Though no particularly good rounds were rlayed. the scoring was close. J. 31. Engli?i, wlho hs been elaying in good form lately. anrd W. P. Stone :id for firt place with a amorn of 81 net. EoI lilh took 48 to go out, but piclked l hi, game on the home journey, and toolued his previous round by. six strokes. Stone returned a consistent 44 out and itl. Tl-h following were the leading scores:-W. B. P. Stone, 88-7--81: J. English. 90-9- 81; T. O. Tyzack. 93-10-83: A. Armour, 104 21'-83; (. Tyzmet.ck, 90-6--84: A. W. Cunnint ham. 105-21-84: H. S. Kaye. 1---16--84: _J C. Clarke. 92-7-35.