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ESSENDON V. M.C.C. ESSENDON, 98. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
ESSENDON V. M.C.C. ESSENDON, 98. Jno. .luuro, Hamilton. McHardy, Spencer ................................. 23 Wilson. Jas. unro. .lcFarlane, Mar shall ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 27 T'uzell. McKerrell. Hull. loyle ....... 28 -err, Stones, Iox, 'Thiackwray ......... 2 M.C.C., 97. !ilchlburn, Hurry,. Lampe, Ellis ...... 30 Prescottl. Byers, Anderson. Neato ... 21 Bennett. Baker W. Jackson, Cornishl 24 t. Jackson. Cohen, Sarvass, Martin ... 22
VICTORIAN LADIES' ASSOCIATION. "A" PENNANT MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
VICTORIAN LADIES' ASSOCIATION. "A" PENNXANT MATCII. South Melbourne v. Ascot Vale. Scores: SOUTH MELBOURNE, 47. Mr,. Winter. Mrs. Marka. Irs. VWaton,. M ien Irving ... ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... 2 Mlrs. Weaver, Mrs. Goodwin. Mrs. Cmar inltonld. Miss Cutlbertson ......... 24 ASCOT YALE, 29. riss Ulmer, Mrs. PowUnalL. Mrs. Muir. Mlrs. Anderson ................. ...... 16 MIrs. Henderson, Urn. Inchee., Mrs. Shaddock, Mrs. Coln ............... ... 13
"BRUNSWICK AND COBURG STAR." BRUNSWICK COUNCIL'S SCAVENGING WORK. OBJECTIONABLE REFUSE LEFT IN THE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
"BRUNSWICK AND COUBURG STAR.."' 1111tUNSWIClK COJNCIL'S SCAVENG ING WORK. OBJECTIONABLE. REFUSE LEiT IN. THE STREET. Speaking before a good attendance at the North Brunswick1 Progress Associa tion on Saturday hight, Mr. T. ]oster, ,said he noticed the local council intend dl .to borrow: money to erect baths and for other purposes. Before they spout money in that direction it should cer tainly put its streets in order.,- The scavenaging work ias disgraceful."-Miany channels weio not swept,.and a number of streets were in a filthy condition. He had noticed in some thoroughfares tlft, when the refuse was swept from the channels, it was sometimes left lying on the sides of the road for days at a time, to be blown into pednestrians' faces. 1Ho moved that the council be: asked to.receive a deputation on .the question. Mr. J. Pierson seconded the motion.? Or. Jewell, M.L.A., said the council' Ihid its sacvenging work done by con tralct."Tenders were called, and the
BRUNSWICK TIPS. FURTHER COMPLAINTS FROM RATEPAYERS. EARLY ABOLITION PROMISED. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
sBRuNSwVICK -TIPS.': FIRTH1ER COMPLAINTS F0ROI S. . ATEPAYERS. ELA?LY ABOLITION PROMISED. Once again the "Brunswick Council have had their attention drawn to too nuisance caused to .the nublic by per mitting evil-smelling tips to exist near population. At the council meeting on lMonday a letter was received from A. Anderson, draiwing attention to the condition of the tip in Hutchinson st.; and stating that on 24th' January; which was a very hot day, rubbish had been deposited in the tip and set. fire to, with;: the result that it was burning all day, creating a great deal of smoke, whlich made the' atmosphere in. the neighbourhood al most unbearable. If the fire had spread. it would certainly have burnt all the houses in Hutchinson street. . 'Cr. Phillips said lie hiad noticed in the "Age" last.week that the Boird of Health had notified the Coburg Coiuncil that it intended to take urgent mea suired to bring into effect its mandate' regarding tthe closing-of- tips. Whern did the time...
"THE AGE." FOOTSCRAY ELECTRIC LIGHT UNDERTAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
"TLE AGE." f IOOT1SCIRA ELECTRI' C LIGHT UNDERTAKINU. Thle lst balance Slheet ..howinig :i full ealr's working of the municipal scheme of electric lighting has been presented to the Footserav city council, and pro videt itteresting re'ading. In the or iginal schleme, as submitted by SMr. VW. 11. Ashman, it was iestimated thalt tlhe' second. yearl's workin would shllow sm:all loss. which as timii progre-ed would turn to a substantial profit. Bhut all anticipaitiion have Ibeen exceeded. The nuimber of conlsulrer, is lire tilmes as large as estimated, thile .revenuc( cor respondingly larger, and the figures oil the whole decidedly encouraging. The receipts for the twuelve months are set down as .i8-tQ 10s 10d, made up of £1375 9s 10d firom private con suimers and .l-l165 10s -lllowed as the vnlle of the city's street lihlting. Oil lthe expenditull side, currlcu pu rlhased fromn Mellxburne City' Coiin cil cost £2667 IOs 8di: mainteunou'co. £3i3 Ts ?(d: street lamps, .L451 3s lid meter r...
MUNICIPAL MOTOR BUS SERVICE NORTHERN SUBURBS SCHEME. FITZROY BRUNSWICK, NORTHCOTE AND ESSENDON. COST ESTIMATED AT £7,500. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
M31NICIPAL MOTOR BUS SERVICICE NORTIHERN SUBURBS SCHEME. FITZROY. BRUNSWICK. NORTH COTE AND ESSENDON. COST ESTIMATED AT £7,500. (From "Brunswick and Coburg Star.") Brunswick and Fitzroy Councils have accepted the recommendations of the Sonference of replre,entativ es of the municipalities of Fitzroy, Northcote, llrunswiek and l Essendoniy, which his heein meeting for the past six nionths to consider the advisability of institut 'in'; a service of motor omnibuses ithroligh the suburbs mentioned. A .b-committee was appointed, consist of Ors-Barre (Fitzroy)i:Hederson lvoir..of "Essendon) Sclnrheblcch N/r licott) aud BIalfe .Ilrunslick); :to ,?asup a scheme for submission to th6 . docilsl After exhaustive inquiry it his recommended the adoption of t wo routes--north and sYpth. The former :s ill start` at Unioni road, Ascot Vale, .'aidit will traverse .Laribrnog. road, lqlore :aniid Puckle;street, Ascot Vale rp:d; W.1\ilson, ViTctoria, Lvgon amd Illlth" stiets through' Jruniswick, thence...
ACTION BY ESSENDON COUNCIL. HONORARY CHAIRMAN SOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
AcGTION :BY ESSENDON 'COUNCIL. .£()ORtAtIY CHAIRIMAN SOUGHT. t: iras expected- that the Essendon Council would lhavoe:airived at a deci oion on- Monday week, when " the conmmittee of the whole submitted the following recommendations: "That in connection .'ith the pro posed' iotor bus service, the secretary to the conference be informed that this council' approves of the bill, subject to the following amendnients: (a) That the chairmian shall be one of the council's representativek Swho shall be appointed by the trust, :and the' position shall be . hononary. S(b) That in lieu of a paid chairnimn, ' a imanager lbe appointed. (c) Routes. The south ern route shall start from the cornier of Darling 'street and .Maribyrnong road, thence by :that road, 1it. Alex ainder road and Orlmond road to Urunswick; and thle northernu ioute shall start fromi the 'cornci' .of tMaribyrnoiig rmid :ind'Dairling street, thelnce by that- street Holmnes ioadsP~ "Pilo street, 3\1. Alexandiir road, BSt. ,~Thou...
OUR CONTEMPORARIES "WILLIAMSTOWN ADVERTISER." NEW TOWN HALL. STAGNATION OPPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
OUR CONTEMPORARIES --4-- "WILLIAXMSTO\WN ADVERTISER." NEW TOWN HALL. STAGNATION OI'1'OSEI). Coincillor Byrne indulged-iii, the usual wheeze about the roads, foot pilihs and channels in his opposition to the Town Hall motion on Tuesday evening. The footpaths and channels are pretty bad, especially in the South ward, and have been bad for some time; but that only goes to show thiat a bad municipal chamber is no voucher for a clean channel..even whezi the channel is located in a ward which has the further advantage of being re presented by Councillor lhryne. Or, to put the argument in a nastier way,'is it to be maintained that because a councillor fails to attend to the chan nels in his ward, he is therefore bound to neglect all his other duties in like measure? Ex epting the South ward, itimpay ofcoursg: b said the chanels ,pK- e. in. ,lood di ,".lAr.?aumlsi oro.r., osev v-,ross ''E}:u7isfY't w.t,,mnl nnA jobbersr 'lhat-.police:'loogs-to th.n pastu . Th loanu propositions on the pre= ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
J. BUTTON CASH BUTCHER 73 PUCKLE STREET, MOONEE PONDS BEST QUALITY OF GOODS. PRICES GUARANTEED Id PER LB BELOW ANY OTHER BUTOHER. B READ DELIVERED TIIROUCIIOUT THE DISTRICT. 111 ALL GOODS FREE FROM ADULTERATION I. MLES Sr KERP PARssS'rRY C0 .; BcC RV O K pi I 5 E 1SPE.' ,lll YOUR PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. SE. SCHAFER MANUFACTURING JEWELLER R 126 PUCKLE STREET MOONEE PONDS RI Watch and Clock Repairs Guaranteed for 12 Months. Jewellery Be-made into Any Design. All kinds of Repairs Neatly Executed. LICENSED GOLD BUYER. Gilding, Silvering and Plating Done. HOLMES ROAD MOONEE PONDS AT RAILWAY STATION QUEEN'S LIBRARY NEW BOOKS BY EVERY MAIL. All kinds of Stationery, Post Cards. Fancy Goods and Needlework. Agent for MISS LUPLAU'S NEEDLEWORK DESIGNS. Public 'Phone. MRS. THOMSON i Beautiful Pascoe Vale I Sweet Pascoe Vale Peaceful Pascoe Vale Buy a GARDEN PLOT for 2/- per week, and Solve tie Housing Problem. S 66ft x SO, 10/- per foot. Deposit, £1 ; Balance 2/- weekly CONSIDER THIS O...
"HAMILTON SPECTATOR." THE WORLD'S COLOSSEUM. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
"IHAMILTON SPEL'CATOR." THE WORLD'S COLOSSEUM. (To the Editor). Sir,-If it is taken into considera tion the thousands of steeples which mount unto heaven, the only conclusion which can be drawn is that this is a very religious world; but the question may be asked, is-.it? Hark t1 tthe noises upon the earth. -The hammers are going for the building of dread noughlts. The bugles are sounding for the drilling of soldiers. Parliaments are compelling agents. Governments are the makers of conscripts.. The national debts are going up by leaps and bounds. Whereqcan we. borrow moro money? is the cry of the nations. Down with the trusts, cries America the oil trust, the money trust, the cot tou trust, and the tobacco trust. Down with trusts everywhere. Give us social ism, cries Europe, syndicalism, con federacy, and unionism. Let us have royal conummissions, arbitration courts strikes, upheavals, deadlocks, riots and trade revolutions. Back labour against capital, cries the world. Give the two...