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Black Spanish Poultry Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
Black Spanish Poultry Club. 'h1e annual meeting of the Victorian tlaek Spanish Poultry Club was held at Mrs. Vernun's rooms, Puekle street, Moe ee Ponds, ?ou ltth iust. The year ended with a suostantial credit balance, and it was uneanimously decided to purchase a high class trio of black Spanisl next sea son. The order for those is already is the post. It is intended to introduc be c-. eral novel features at the meetings during tbo ensuing year. and a nigstlly erosp?rseOs time. is anticipated. The following ollice hearers were elected:-Presitdent: Mr. P. W. Salmon; vice-presidents: ]raers. Ty saek. Lawrence, Clare. Harrisol, Pick stock, J. Allen. committee: Mlessrs. tYol lard. Stafford, A. Miers, Flood, Taylor: la dies committee: Mesdamc? Fa;rmer. lart, Morgan. Peard, Stewart, Miss McKjinnon: auditors: -Mra. Stewart, Miss MlcKinnon; treasurer: Mrs. Johlntoae; hono. sec.: \. liers. -?-O-O-Q -
HENLEY ON MARIBYRNONG LARGE ATTENDANCE. SUCCESSFUL THOUGH MARRED BY HEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
HENLEY ON MARIBYRNONG L-4--- LARGE ATTENDAXCE. SUCCESSFUL. THOUGH MABRRED BY IHEAT. un Saturday thile long talked of animal lete and water carnival in aid of- the Us:nrdon River Leagte funds was held. on ihe Maribyrnong River. -The new reserve at the foot of the Maribzyrnong road was the lhead quarters of the, proceedings, and thie wester batink of tile-river was..also availed of. Teo Proceedings commenced at1 2.3 p.m. There being no special pur lI,oc to serve, a formal opening was dis. tensed with. His Worship the Mayor of E-icendon tCr. J. F.. Henderson) had a uicely arranged houseboat moored to the c.astern bank. on which lie entertained eiminbeCr of Parliameut, the visiting May or,. etc. Amongst these were Mrr. J: Fenton, f1 M.I.R., H6ii. W. A. -Watt (State Premier). lson. 'A H. Evans.- M.L.C. Cr. White fpresideint of Keilor Shire) Cr. Parr iKeilor Shire) Mr. Reed (Surveyor-Gen. 'rabll. Mr. Richard Haiti "Tramway Iaini"), Mr. W. Cattanacil (Acting Chairmant of thile Water Commis...
PRESENTATION TO MR. GEORGE JENNINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
SPRESENTATION..: TO Uin. GEOnRG JENNIfOS A slumber of tile friends of Mr. Urorge Jeaonin gs assembled at the Royal HIotel, kEsesoon. ot Saturday evening last to say ault revoir an d ask llss accej)tance of a gold watch as a soulenir. prior to. his ueparlure for Rilnul. Italy, ilr tile "Otway" on 18th inst. Tile chair was occlupied by ]Ir. Cole loletley; who slokoin tmost feiieiou teltats of the guest, who had so kindly assisted at all times ill pirolfering his services in tile cause of charity, and of the pleasure Iris friends experiueled ill knoving tlhat tile genial George, was abost to nulertake what to him ' would be one of tile moast tmomeltous trils of his life, itl reeking to improve tihe gift that Providence haa so generously lavished on hlim--t glorious voice. he must feel it tte resegt. rlhosnt hiti by tile number of friends who ,ad come together to dlo him bhonoar. aud tile kind exprcsions from theos ?. nttsmen who had tent lapologies for their abseace. aulollngst wholo w...
CANOE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
OANOE HANDICAP. : ,," Taylor and P. Turnbull, Soe i, -? vilson 'aud N. fDlgbyu9 ssec 2; L:'. J son and 'IT. Walch, 7sec., 3. . G1Iks GREASY POLE. . -., Walker, 1; A. Dunn. 2. BEST -DECORATED, BOAT . T-':he Mooneea. * . OST' ORIGINAL' DESIGN. Tsle Campers. - MOsT APT I CbOE. San Souci:' B. sea IudST LLUMINATED BOAT. Opely.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
PUBLIC NOTICEB. W ELLWOOD .& CO. , BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS. 81. WILSON STREET. MOONEE PONDS. Eitimates given and plans drawn. INSURE - "- WITH THE ROYAL NSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED FIRE ACIDENT MARINE EMPLOYERS'- LIABILITY BUROLARY, PLATE-GLASS, MOTOR CAR, LIVE STOCK, LOSS OF: PROFITS, &c. Fu nds £19,031,2110 Revenue £7,139,552 Apply to Local. Agents IMPORITIANTI 'NOTICE Kellow Dardware - Company--- JOSEPH KELLOW. Proprietor 20 years Departmental Manager. Chambers & Seymour 74 and 76 Puckle St., -: ' "/Moonee Ponds, Dec. :191?' About-- ighlcei ?e'ioths a . o.t?i K ELLOW HAUDWARE CO. purchased :theiusiness of C. E J. Lan?t-ord,.and their suiccess since has been so great that they have how thle:pliisure to-announce having bought out the old established business or M ITCHELL SMITH, whli for so ion has been the leading Ironmonger .of Puckle St., -Mooiee Pondis. -There is no need to dilate on the excellent quality a of the goods kept.by this well-known firm. - His n...
St. Mary's Catholic Church Ascot Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 February 1914
St. Mary's Catholic Church Ascot Vale. On next Sunday the parishioners of St. Mary's. will hold the first anniversary of the opening and blessing of their new school and church. His Grace -Arch bishop Mannix, D.D, is to preach at, the 10 o'clock Mass, and will afterwards be presented with addresses from the parishioners and children. He will bless the &nbsp; magnificent new oak pulpit, and will unveil two stained class windows, which &nbsp; have been presented by friends of Father May. In the evening, Very Rev. J. Ryan, S.J., Superior of the Jesuits, will preach. The choir is preparing a new mass and will be specially augmented for the occasion. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; -_-.®.®_
SOCIAL BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
SOCIAL BREVITIES -4--t- MIrs. J. G. Hare (Miss 1. L. Burden) will be at home at "Bonaventuro," 13 Vnnberg road. Essendon, on the 27th and 28th inst. No notice will be taken in this column of any communications giving particulars of engagements or approaching marriages un less same be sent by one of the parties con eorned, and the particulars bear the signa ture and address of sender. It is the rule of this paper to disregard all unsigned corm muonications. The combined annual picnic of the os sedonl and ic emingtou branches of the A.N.A. will take'the form of a motor boat trip to the Hawthorn tea gardens. The d~rte fied is Saturday. 28th le Fbruary. lr. o Fd. Henderson is hen. seg. of the picnic committee. The speaker at the Pleasant Sunday nlternoon at the Maspnic Hall. Ascot vale nesrt Sunday- Will be ithe Hon. S. Itatnger. and the solojet Mrs. Roberts. o0* Tlte? Essendot IHoekey Club are holding their annual meetiltg in St. Paul's Guild HIull, eollurgh street, Ascot Vale on 1ed n...
Flemington. Tuesday morning, Feb. 24th. 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
Flemingtol. Tuesday morning, Feb. 24th. 1914. The following gaillol s ire recorded this morning at headlquarters, and some inter esting work was witnessed. Thie first to maiTe a start was Newa L Eliyan, who ran tile last Lite of seven furlonigi i Ilniun. 61 tees. Wiidlgewa. 6 furlongs on tile sand, 1 min. 18 sees. Siountain 1'rioness took 4 second longer over tile osame journey. Four Flush was 1 minl'l5secs over b tur longs on the sand. Mtint Sauce, a mile in 1 mil 55 sees. Steinols. 4 furlongs itn 52, sces. Spiea. RlL Lewis) i furlongs oil the tan in 1 mill 2" sees. Ordinal, 4 tall fur longs in 54 sees. Quair Burn. 6 lirlongs oil tile sand in 1 min 20 sees. St. Devote anld Bay ,alt. 6 furlongs on tan in 1 minn Ssees. IlHarpist and Cansague. 5 fnr'oigs on sand in 1 min 8 sees. - Tadanga and Lord Wallao 4 tan furlongs in 52 sec. Cala m;.- (Ringer) got a tanl mile without sooes ill 1 ntis 45. ses. fockflnt. 6 furlongs ih 1 min , sets. Diabolo. 4 furlongs ill 546. sets. Audacity, with ...
ESSENDON POLICE COURT Monday, 23rd February [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
ESSENDON POLICE COURT Monday, 23rd February Before Mr. Read Murphy, P.M., Dr. Martell, and Messrs Henderson (iimayor), Showers, Kerr and Young, justices. Wandering Cattle Inspector Harry U. Lyon proceeded against the following for allowing their cattle to wander unattended in the roads: Saanh Forsyth, cow, fined 5s. and 4s. 6d. costs; Clarice Golgarth, two cows, los. and 2s. 6d.; Catherine Wilson, two cows, ios. and as. 6d.; Jane Toon, one horse, 7s. 6d. and as. 6d.; George Kyle, one horse, 7s. did. and as. 6d.; Lillian Brown, three cows, 225zs. 6d. and as. 6d. Shirking Drill About fifteen lads were charged by .u ea Officer Chapman, with non-attendance at di ill, and further with neglecting to report them selves after they had been dealt with by a court The P.M. said he would like to address the young men, and with that end in view they were assembled together in the court as on parade. Mr Read Murphy said he desired to point out that drill possessed very many advantages to the youn...
TURF TOPICS RACING FIXTURES. 28, March 3,5,7. VICTORIA RACING CLUB. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
TURF-:TOPICS : ly Eien Tim.. RACING FIXTURES. 28, March 3, 5, 7. VICTORIA RAC ING CLUB.. MARCH. . 11. M10OXEE VALLEY RACES. 14. VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB. 18. SANDOWN PARK RACES. '21. MOOarEE VALLEY RACES. 2'5. SUNBURY RACES. 28. ASPENDALE PARK RACES. Tihe autumn campaign will mbe opellned at Flemington on Saturday tnext, Mlarech ist. when tile Newutarket lhadicap, the chief p.-rint race of tile year, will he carded. the course is i calital order and tile \'.B.C. deerves great prai-se for the man ter ill whichl it Ihals been kept duritg tile ha-t trying week o Ihot weather. No exspese is spared intt this direction, as met are to be seen busy hosing tihe lawns and runting mrounds all night long. Ni tdoubt this item alone must be i con siderable expe? t?e. As a splendid lot of entries have l)uen received, Iincluding some of oar best interstate horsed, patrons hould. tno doubt, enjoy some gool sport ii favoured with tite weathler; addeu to this. it beatltiful course anld a most el. li...
POPINJAY, CIDER, OBI. CANAQUE. NAXBERRY and AUDACITY GO WELL. Flemington, Thursday morning, Feb 19, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
P'OPINJAY. ClDER. OWI. CANAQUE, NAXIIERBI Y and AUDACITY (O0 WELL. Flemingltoni 'tIilurday mnorning. Feol. 19. 1914. It gate every- peronise oa another tIot day at an early" our on "hursdayi iorn ing, and many trainers were reladly to taCrt Operationl. at daylireak. Ithe inti to start was N1 wara Eliya, with 7 fur loings on thle tanl ill 1 min i 35 sees. Non Cdia took 1 mnin 52 see. for a mile on the same track, the last 6 furlongs oeeupyiung 1 lain ? secs. Maharajah and Clanyard were evenl tintl over furlongs on the sand. Aye Aye Sir was 1 miltt 4) sees over i furlongs nit tle .ait; ltosvytil anld St. Devote. 4 furlongs on the sand, ill 05 sees;: uoair Burnl. sand 5 farlong.s, ill 1 min 5 eoc,. aid 6 furlongsc ill 1 mIin 21 secs. Cagou and iharpist were companions over a mile on the sand in 1 min 503 sees. Mountain Princess and Fidelio were asso elated for a salld 6 furlongs, whiech occn pied 1 loin 23 eit: aid Adorne and Pro cyon were 1 mill 7 secs over 5 furlongs on the ltail. Ta...
UTILISING AN EXERCISER. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
TILISING IN-:EXERGISER. A Paris `inventor hais combined a . bicyclc with a sinall dynamo and stor-' 1 ago\ battery' so that the energy which the t human motor produces when, woirking the exerciseir,nlstcad of going to waste,.is stored up in the accumlp lator. Th6 idea is a simple one, andt in case the premises are not wired up for.:curirent the device iiiay 'prove i ) useful onc forimany.piurposes. .In this way it is' possible to use one or several" slmall Inamps. for domestic lighting,.so that the work done with thie eexerciser .during thie daytime cat: can be taken ia-dvaitage of in the ovelingu . _:One apoint to be noticed is that' the Tact of using electric lamps gives a stimulns to the use ofathe man hine for thli purpose of.exercise, and is apt to' prevent the daily exercise inimon being neglected; now. that it be comes necessary. The present machine is designed to 'woik several-lamps withl su'ioh~ur's· Ipe:dalling, and wshen. thieve are several 'members of the ftamih to ause ...