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"PUNCH." MR. BEN. HOARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
"PUNCHi." 11MR. BEN. HOAA E. When Blenjamin Hoare retires fromn coutinuous hard labour, as he proposes this year, the "Age" will lose the six day-a-week services of'Australia's pre tier leader writer. Hoare is a master of pithy, forceful English, and has a facility and clearness in argumenlt that nMae ia.pea eculir o most poop iat ,ac-wa-. AW I lo really had come to behove it hiit self. His strength has always lain izi Iis own fierce belief thist what he was wr ing was gospel. Hoare graduated Sthe "Ago' about thirty years: ago after experience on a Geelong newsr paper and the old defunct "Daily Tele graph," and he has been one of the shining examples of David Syme's ability to pick the right men. If ex perienced journalists were asked to name the most powerful writer Aus tralia has produced, they would prob ably toss a penny to decide between Hoare and Windsor. Hoare will keep up some of his work, but he is volun tarily ending his output of. thundering iolitical articles.
MILITARY MATTERS REGISTRATION FOR MILITARY TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
MILITARY MlATTERS ---+---- 'TRAIN ING. The attention of parcuts who have boys liable for Tmil itary trainiug is drawn to to the advertisementl appearing anl page 3 of this issue. In spite of the fa:ct that the notice published, quoting the section of the Defence Act clearly states tho correct timo for a boy to be registered for training, there are many parents who are under the impression that a boy is not required to be regis tered until heo actually reaches his four teouth birthday. This is not so. It jimmaterial in what month of the fear the birthday falls, the boy is re utired to be registered in January or February of the year in which he reaches the age of 11. As an extreme e.x?mple, if a boy's fourteenth birthday occurs. on the 31st December, 1911. Ihe is required to be registeredl during Jan iary or "Februaclry lit 191 . lie.then commences his training in July, 1911 : andl hts period o(f Iraining t.'eses ill to mtonlth of June of the year in whicli ohe reaches the age of 2tt...
ESSENDON CITY COUNCIL MONDAY, 16th FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
ESSENDON CITY COUNCIL MONDAY, 16th FEBRUARY. Present--All, with the esceiption of Cr. Mountain, who was ataxr ill. Correslpondence. Alil aot,'ogy wa received tfronlt Cr. lotn tatp, vliuo w'a saufli'rig front ltoutuiioe poisoninlg. - Ascot finlber Cttlllianiy wrote re s:aw dust destructor comn11laint, atsig l for tile matter 10 remtain ill ;aLeyanec until tie Ei.tster l.tidoayo. 'TiTh Company also stated tha;t tile iieilhbour whio Iltl comnlslainleii had a ihrap ol intlanmiltible leaves and rulb isih cluse to Iher tIeice.--Reqtuest to be compilied with. ' . C. Clley akied Itat a name plate be a;itixed i cllyrolong cresent.-iAgreetd to: ati factoAry drainage oi itaratitth trct. Cr. Cole uaoted that the aie rte be re. lerred t teils P.W.C., iln tioe "lteantine tll inlljetlo toS bhe mailde ai t tile genieril liraiage of the wslole area coveredl Ilt Mr. lridtglorl's comulllit llit. tr. Piitttlsii set: edtted--Carried. II. t;. Miorrik wrote re lust nlsan lrle l Inblpo roal, aioetl Ii, tih...
ASCOT VALE CONGREGATIONAL V. ASCOT VALE CHURCH OF CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
ASbtYU %.ALP, - UU iUtrtAA:ilUN.lA . " AsCUT VALE CHURCiH OF'CllyRIT. This inatclh was concluded onu Saturday last and- reenlted'ill u'win for thle Conlgos by 6 wickets and 5 runs. Anton and Hlbric. opened.. the Church. of Chirist second inni.Bng to. the hbowling. of DrayUan and liayes. /lol1h bast)meu;Dellned care fully, anld rusu weren hard to. get. With1 the score at 16. the first .vicliet. fell. IAn toll beingi oat lbw toi JWrysorl.-lj-7-16. 1Da vis followed, but. wa nicely causlit by Parris off Drayaon, 920-16. I :;. Moicur canje nexrt.' idrtwas clean bowled by Drny eon with a good ball. 3-0-16. , A.lWhite next partnered-IHillbrick and a, good stand was made. Bqth batemen scored freely, and rart well. etw5reen the; wickets. At b4,-Vhlte was well cauight byParrib off U'ilyron..4-l-4-6. ' i.,Collingos uollowed. and the score was a nickly- taken to 59 before i e was bowled -byl-Parr|h 5-8-59. ii. Lirnd say was -next man-.in, but only 5 runna were- added before. Ilillbrick- was cau...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND CRICKET ASSOCIATION. A SECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
CHIIORCII OF EONGLAND CRICKET ASSOOIATION. A SECTION. 1 :.55 sl daysb match between St'..lJanes' anid uhrist Church. Ifawtborn. playe il'at Ioonee Ponds resulted in n victory for the former by an innings and 87 rplss. St. fames 8 for 197, innings closed. 'Rit. Wil liamson 6b not out,-?l. Roberts 54. Ite 'l'ysack 21, S. Isaacs 17 not out. W. .Kruso 16. D. Ficeling 13: Gillam I for 16. Rirchard son I for 23, Lilburn 5 for 87. Christ Clhurch 28.1 and 82. S. Riclhanrdson 19, Wardl ley 17. I. itiecbardson 12. Summer 12 siot out. P. oead t for 0. W. Krusc 7 for 28, J. Roberts 4 for 19, D). Fielding 3 for 18, It. Mills t for 2t. Its the first insninss I .. Krue obtainedl 5 for 6 including tihe hat trick. In the previous mnatch against St. Augustine's. Moreland. he also secur ed the iat trick: after havin9 hod 19 runs scored against him, ise obtained six wick ets for two runs off eleven balls. 31r. Ilarrison. of Puckle street. who gives a trophy for any plhyer making the cesntury nnd also'f...
BOWLING [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
- BOWLING The chalupionshrp of the Moonee 'Ponds club has beeon won by .Matt. Cockercil, wile atelted Harry alaplestono in thle nllal game. Ille mll who wanlts everybody happy gets i Itlelio on merit board-a goal lie ll?s ceeli anxious to obtain lor some years. It goes without sayingi tlut everynciyl wilthli tlhe immediate vicinity was n?kettd to celebrate su lucll anuslocuts victory. ±le :asiter tOUrInlItoLt carYnival 1110 gra?liolneo lave Ibeen issued, and toril lil Leteoting Items tor stay-at-home bowlers at rtaser time Tilhe championship of the Ensendon club ilnas een won yl J. liley (hl aoeCond year In stuccessloon, wtllh A. r. bllowers rtuner up. hMr. it. \V. Faulknler is the champion of the Ascot \ale chlul Ior Ili preselt se;t sbln. lie is playing in greatr turin at iruesent, antlil a.is won all Ilis galmes. lie Iast was a veryb ke?tny ontimeut ono wlti uie rltllller-op, ,r. hlarry uosoertsolt, alit at the lest end only onle pollnt was tile iinfelrnce. 'Ill genial "IicKl" wa...
CRICKET MELBOURNE V. ESSENDON. MELBOURNE. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
CRICKET ELBOURNE V. E8ssNDON. MELBOUB.41o. First Innings. F. Vauglant e'tyan b mioney ...... b L. Multett, b ea ......... 2 A. hutler. lbw b Pittman...... . .. 38 iH. Howdeu. o and b ititmoax ;........ 41 B. Onions, b Mahon ...... ... ... 2 L.t. Levin, b mney ............... 8 H. Hobart, c Grotnftlh b Shea ...... 2 A. Sto.we. at Ryan b Shea ......... 31 t. hitam. c iuesell b Shea ......... 17 u. Henty. not out ... ..... 13 II. Ironmonger. o Griliths b Pittman It Sundries ....... .. ... ... ... ... .. ... Total ... ...... ......... ......... 20 lowlinE.--Shea. four wickets for 92 runs. PI'ta;nt three for 59. titnney two for 37. M.ahon one for 12. ESSENDOIN. First Innings. F. Hanen, b Ironmonger ........ 11 H. Trathan. b Ironmonger ....... 9 a. Ketl.niy, e Bowden b Eltham ... b U. Ryaun. no out ..................... 4 \W. Utlrilths, not out .................. 2 Sundries ............... . ......... 3 Three wickets for ............ 3, Bowling.-ilronmonger two wickets for 11 runs.ertHlm....
ESSENDON V. MELBOURNE SECOND ELEVENS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
ESSENDON V. MELBOURNE SECOND ELEVENS.. This match was cotumenced onl tile A1 bert ground onil turday. Melbourne won tleo toss and batted on a perlect wicket. 'lmntolt and 'lTaylor were sent in to tile bowling ot Wheatley and Liston. Froth tile start runs were neered freely. At the tour o'clock adjournment the score stood at 2 wickets for 194. however, tile whllole :team ere dipot ed of for'260 by. ane ock.u the other eight batsmen o.lly get ri). toot'r between e them theo . e colhnlam : .y.bl5 unel-numehn i of Ltaan itkti Cf hitL sard ur' eboro. Essendon itarted their innings badly. 4 wickets falling for 16 --runs. flowcvcr. teDionald and Listou brought tile score up to 63 for 5 wickets at the close of the day's play. iheatley and Chelloew fielded brilliantly for t?setidon, a catch taken uy tile fortller trotu lintolt. oel the bowlirng of Liston., boing especially good. 'lhrew new men wuer tredl ij the Esotidonl team--Lyonl. a wicketkeoper wie sthows prom:sc eol . leg a very useful ...
The Essendon Gazette Published Every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, 19th FEBRUARY, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
Ohe enXdon RU PIblished Every 21Thiursday AlMrning_ TIUlURiDAY 19th FEBRUARY, 1914. Dr. Cole. P.M., City Coroner, stated re. ecntlly at anl illnquest held by him, that there is a general "speeding upD" of motors throughout the State, and there is no gainsaying the truth of his remarks. In relpect to 3Melbourne ptoper, the volume of the vot ors and the remeui ..... -. ., try. It is said that the antiltathly many people have to motors and motorists is a de velopment of what is known as "class feeling," and that the owners of cars, being in nearly all cases men more than comfortably off, are from this very fact unpopular with a section of the communi ty. When, int addition to being objects of dislike and distrust because of their connection with "the plutocratic push," they bring about easualties--and in not a few cases fatalities-by reckless indul gence in their newly-acquired pastime of motoring, it is not difllicult to conceive of them being regarded with a hatred that is almost fre...
SCOTTISH CRICKET. ESSENDON V. FOOTSCRAY. CONCLUDED AT ASCOT VALE. FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
SCOTTISH CRIICKET. E?aENiDUN 1. FOUTCIIAY. CONCLUDED AT ASCOT VALE. FOOTCIRAY. First Innlngs ........ . ...... ... 7 Second Inniogs. Kirk. c:llailey I Bruce ... ......... 0 l TortilnolS, i Grlnlslaw ...... ... 11 rWy tt. c lnd ilT l . . ... \'oal. C Iiler b C amneron ...... 8 Crawlord, run out... ... ... ..... ... 16 [ckinley. hb Bailey ... .............. 1 Storey. Inot out ......... ............ 1 liriltiord. akbell .................. o 1. iUo ll:. , nllt ... ... ... ... ... ... U McDo all dl , jutln.. :l elt ... ......... U Kidd, atbi nl t ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 0 Sundrre .................. ...... 12 Tot.l ......... ...... . ........ 8 crol I for 10, Bfruce 1 for 10," alley 1, for 4. Foryth U toit . ESSENDON. Firnt Iuningu. Drimshaw, c Kirk .................. 0 lohnuie. I.., 1t kirk .................. ; ilose. h iradford ........... . b Meikle, c lekinley ........ 7 \Wlhiteluw, C.. retired ............... Bruce. c and . MlcKiuley ......... 8 Moir, not oat ...................
ESSENDON AND FLEMINGTON CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
ESSENDON AND FI.EIN,;1TON CIIURiCIHES The ninth rouud was .oncluddi 'i ,on. urday. The leading clubs are:-A Secn Lion-Ascot Vale Congregational. 26lnoints; Fleltuio a anlld Kenillsngtoa Pres?iyterlal, 15: Ascot Vale Church of Christ, 14: Mloo ne Pond, Metlhodist, Y. 1B Section-St. Paul's. 27 in-nts: Flemington tlcthodist A. 15; 3loonene Ponds West -leth?ldist. 15. ' A SEUIION. Ascot Vanle Congregational 108 and tour for 109 (Drayson 21 anlld 46 not out, Parris "21 and 21. Anderson 14 and 27; A. Walton five for 52, d. Lindsay three for 41. 3. Wal her tllree for 61. J. Davis one for . Gi. White one for 12,. beat Ascot Vale Church of Christ- 84 and eight lor. 128. declared ijlltbrick 27, 1. Walton "3 not out. 3oncur 2-. . .Walker 19 not out. -If.- Llndsay 14: I. Parris six for 49. W. Drayson five for , it. Iflaye five for t4. E. WorrelL one for 30,. Flemingtou and KensingtOlni Presbyter jian 69 (A. McFadyen 23, A. Topham 15; Uuayvle lhe for 12. r. Dibsfour for 29. Kel laway one for 17)...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
DENTISTS AND OREMISTBS. - *t J. H. CROMIYELL .. SURGEON D¶NTIST 338 Collins street, Melbournhe.' j.- . Opp. ComL ercial Bank." Ioura. 10 to 5. Telephone No. 23235.. "'"bi," Holmes road. Moonee Ponds, 7. to 3 p.m. tFridays excepted). MR. E. M. SCOTT SURGEON DENTIST. - And - MR. W. T. H. OTTEY LATE 63- PUCKLE ST.. MOONEE PONDS have removed to T77 COLLINS ST., I3ELB, and may be consulted there daily. Hours: 9 to 6; Saturday, 9 to 1. Telephone. 9487 Central. HIAIRt HAIR. HAIR. IIAIH. HAIR ROSA QUIN is the only preparation that 105al ay make5 the Hair grow. PRICE- 2s. PRICE----2s. Sole Agent JAMES H. GOODE CHEMIST. MT ALELINDER ROAD, MOIONEE PONDS MR. R. M'CANN, L.D.S. SURGEON DENTIST PUCKLE STREET. 3OONEE PONDS 'Telephone Aseot. 391 uu . your Preseriptw accu rately dispensed at a reasonable cost remember BECK'S DRUG STORE at the Corner of IIARtIIYRNONG and UNION ROADS. The trams pass the door, or you can ring up 119 Ascot. DENTISTRY. KNIGHT & STOREY Win. C. Knight. Elsden Storey...
THUMBS UP [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
THUMBS UP From Sydiey. Sunday Sun. ' Two Scotsmen staying at an hotel dliscovered the bathlroom .was minus soap, and rang for the bell-boy. "Sen'. Iup shipe lad-a wee *bit sapeo quick!" exclaimed one of the Caledonians. The -boy '.gazed opef-omouthed at'. the two mnen, muttering: "They ain't".French,. •mnor German, nor yet 1panish.: Whti cllin they want? " The Scot J)ecanme angry. "Moon," he thundered "can ye no' understan' plain Scotch'" The -boy promptly withdrew, and retui-;,?d with a bottle aid two glasses. Arthur Osmond, Ileservoir. st quarie street, 3lerewether, via New castle. A couple of Jews were dliscussing the award of ial railway company over an ccident in which 'both of their-wives hidl been sufferers. "Vet goa mpesation did yer git, ikeyv?" asked Mo. " got fiftj'n hundred quid"-:.--:: e teie ot O." " , ... ...-. G. Denpsey, clo EHina Shire Office,. Gosford. ' "You ought to be ashi ud i of (oar . sel, Toanly, for telling such ftibs. D)on't you know that if you aire naug...