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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. MONEY. Any sum available on freehold ecurities. 5'r' and 6 per cent interest. A.E. Young, local auctioneer. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. SUPERIOR Board and Residence. "Kon wyn," 5 Ardmillan road. Really good table. MISS HENDERSON, THE STRAND. 54 Puckle st., offers Superior Board. Residence to gentlemen. C')tFORTARLE IIO ME. 2 younsg getle incll. chare roomn. 42 ('h;anrer street, oMuu lce PotlsO, WIDOW lias vacancy for two young men. cood home, pianIo, ner traml and trailn. 43 North street. Ascot Vole. SITUATIONS WANTED. WOMAN. Yolg.wean to lay work. swtol. in. cleaui?;. Apply--It. F "Gazcttc" W1ASIIINO or Cleaning. by day or half day, "Urgent." Rutherforl'o Agency. Es acndou. ABPHALTING. Ci "AS'PHALTING, All Descriptions, M Strong 2 and 3 coat work. J. W. Dia mond, 41 Eltham st., Newmarket. T( FOR SALE. Nichatson street.l Essendon. PONY..15 hands, strong. qniet, fast. also floating rail cart, 5 Norfolk street, .Moonee Pondsafter 53D, or Saturday afternloon . . BGGYHI. Abbott...
ESSENDON V. DANDENONG. ESSENDON 88. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
ESECNDO1 V. DAND1\O\G.' ESSEN)ON 88. TlrusseiI, Rowe. Lng, J. R. 8Pateraon '2 Cane. Coulson, mratt, Uoode ... ...:....' L' Jolly. kudlay. Watts, Ierrll.... . 8 ~iltohell. DLowoett, Sttcl, hose .:..: .. u DANDENO1f1hG, 92 '. O'Siea, Dowsettllandull hlobbinise.l 2i Azolerson, 3t. Bolsduan 3L; e ttcbcr iord, "trebilock.J. Iluwaon'lTalbot't.; 11 Sauey, Abbott. Young,, jearn'oun :.,.:
THUMBS UP [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
THUMBS UP From &ydney Sunday Sun. "tin, stelen, how did you msnake the ac qlualtttace of your hsuaend?" "It was quite romantic. I was out walk. ing with my first Ihusband, when my see ond came along ill at lotor car't and ran intl t(lown. lhat was the beginnintg of our friendship." Noel BIuxton, Tighe' street, Wicklhai, fNewcaslle. - 0*. Sandy was beadle of a certtain patisti church. Hte was always known for his poictuality, but for once ie fiiled In his dttie. TIlhe bells which lie usually rang on lhe Sullday morning ditd not toll, and olter little dluties wbcl he Ihad.t always donte were left uldone, esO :when Sanldsy tuoed up late hlie found his minister in a very bad mood. .i. "'t'ell, Sandy, iwhati excuse It?ae you. to oiler or o being so lfe this moruiing?" - teel, meenister, . was dreamtin' tihis mor .II:- .~ "'reaming, Sandy; is no excuse four be-. isg late." . -"Suit, meetniter. I was dreatni. ' i wi.si in Sleavent." Silister (becomuing interested): "And wlhom did y...
Moonee Ponds v. Williamstown. MOONEE PONDS, 113. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
1Ioonee Ponds· V. \\xllianstown. 11)11 Pail. lae. Iatwu . 113.t ii Ulssah. (;errai. VI. ift. owlkr 9 rtayrr>, major, Patterson, A. l1. Fool;:l· LI 1Yilt.Pti.u itc d.Sih.Cl. Dn~ney, Eaistwfood. Ma~llet ulle . 2 osw. Jftlldell. l, 3 ssr. Bli radley .. .. Lonsdale, Compton, Hicks. Willis ... ... 21 Oakleigs i v &BcOL Vuic. OAKLEIOH,' 97:. Slattery Sincir Thomnon Walker.2 tigh farkes Caimer Trnter-..... ieathershoiiawi Meae, Caon Birch tlynor. JgT as Oeggie beeorn.it 29 -ASCOf -VALE. 73., Scott. Thitsornoo Pratt; k'ranklin .. .19 iUuso, Boeig. roui, Hiutchison .,.;... , Bunn, Haurris, Bhioelds Itoberteon' . Ho000 T¶lhooioon. Fultato. .1. -.tvk r, s, South u1elbournci -Ahjortcldie. SOUTIh 2ILELUOURtNE,1 UG Mitchell Morie, 'Merd. irut IS".::..1 Catrter, Wright. heinnee llhldoioay :45 deyyng, Suon, I'oultcr* fowlott ..."".:. : Ixiuby, A. St. Johnioouu. Catatloaiiglj SlosJ Al EitSSLflIS, '80:. rloldor, Union Rocking Price' : 29 2icoutclheon Mills Nioold,; Davie ... ` ce Sleurh, P...
CAUTIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
CAUTIOUS. tile football team arrived at' ieir ?c? ponents' ground with only tell men, and at rather rougllt-loking gentlemau VOlun teered to make uptfe side. A spare Jer sey of tile visitors' colour was fotnd or hima, ald thie matclh started, but before tell minutes' play had taken place the volunteer, after being cautioned for foul play, was ordered olf thle field. "on't asend 'iu oft. Mr. Reaferee." tleoad hialon'-il t-ov.ly gllt m'n le y ou o0 S"light meal." exelaimed the man of'the whistle; "whly, ou'll have tell, anyway." "•No, we shal t," came the reply, "'cos if that chap's sent off we shall Illave to send a couple of our men to see e don't inch tle jersey we lout 'ita," --®-®-®- T'ackera.y tells of it ieasant wolman beggiag alms from hit . wIo, seeing hile putting his alnds in his mockcts, aiid - "MJay thle bls?sings of Providence follow ou": but wheti he only pulled out I his snuff-bor she immediately added. And. ntiLer overtake youI" -0-0-0 Dlliplomatio Move.--"Whalt makes...
ESSENDON BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
ESSENDON BOWLING GLUB. Thoe Essendou Bowling club- -are again doing well in the pennant competition. They are leading with St. Kilda at present. hut should win their section and reach the final four, with perhaps a different result to last year. when they were defeated in the seml-inal l The "B" tscal are running --.0ep to 3I.C.Q. who are leading by one game. ,l?e1..EXenudont, B's beat, them in the two imatc s. andA? t tldd'.'t-ddlParl or ?,Ctt can .k score -wamin- from-them.- there will: to '? ch hantetor:,the B team -to have a. say' "In - the nCoals.: At the present stage. continued - practtce'ls the role. Every night there :are three or foaur games goilsng on for the club troplties,. and these themselves furnishlt good practice. Amongst the tnew members, Dr..Spring. Mlessra.-Rowe,-Jolly, Coulson and Galbraith are showing good form and already bave "scalps to. their credit" In ' the handicap games. ... -. .T'lho championship has been wo-by Jlast year's winner, J. Riley. The -ipal"...
THEATRES PRINCESS'S THEATRE. "THE REBEL." [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
THEATRES PIllCEsoS' THEATRIE. "Tile REBEL." "'The lcel'" %hiclh 'ae l)rOdnced ftr the firet time at the l'rilltcss's Theatre last SaturtLay evening )y M-r. Allan boone's comalny., \s?Ln greeted by a crown ed ho?ue. e l:d a fail measure oi applause wan meted out to the various artists at thi close of the acts. The play is troline in exciting crones, and the curtains are highly dramatic. James Bernard Pagan is respllonible tor this dramatised verelon,. and it is apparent trom tihe first that a clever craftsman has been at work. No chance for dramatic effect is lost, and too much teffect is seldom givet. The play opens at Dunleckny Castle, where Squire McDermott and his pretty ldaughter Eileen. are plreparing to enter tain the frilh leaders. wilo are pilanning rebellion against King George.- Chief among tile party at tihe castle are tuch Bilake. Ned McDermott (the squire:a son), and Captain Armstrong. of tile Wicklow Yeomanry, whlo profteses his sympatlly with tile eaus-e mad ronom dem...
TRANSFER DECLARED VOID DISPUTE ABOUT AN HOTEL. FATHER SUES SON. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
TRANSFER DECLARED VOID: DISPUTE ABOUT AN HOTEL. FATHERI SUES SON. The action waa concludeld in the Fist. Citil Court yesterday, betore Mr. Justice I ;Hood in which Charles Alfred Spoug. of Salisbury street stoorlee Ponds, sought Ipossssion of the Maribyruong Hotel, near lruybrook, from his son Charles Jlames Spong, on the grotuld tilat the transfer had been obtained by undue influenlce. 31r. Detiridge and Mr. J. IL. ?faclarlao tinstructed by" Mr. C. J. touFarltlen at Ipetared for the plaintiff, and lr. Brya..t aild Mir. Coanen llnstructed by 31r. Barnett' for the defendant. Mr. Justicee Hood. in giving judaanent. said that tile actiou was brought by tu. father againist tie son to Ihave tile trals Ier of tihe Maribyrstng. Hotel. and soles lallnd near llrayhrook et aside oil tih grounsd tssat urduo iitluence lnhad beell uned to ilsduce him to execute the trans fsr. Ose of tts grounds altleged was tb:at tre father cas druttk when it e sigied tiltne trallnfe.-. That. Ine lhouglit. Ihald...
CORRESPONDENCE To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
CORRESPONDENCE ----+-- To the Editor. Sir,-]itindly allow file sace in your pa per to dratw the attention of the Essendon City Council to the inconvenience caused to ltany people in the locality by the closing o nf Heritage street. Moonee IPuds. Heritage street is a Short PIo . runnlng bctweeu HltchesOll fand Ilobinsol 8streets, :Iand wt recently fenced offl its elltrallcro to Iolinolls street. 'Tihe consequence is that residents oif fobiocoti street and vi etnlol woho Laov o.tsaion to catch tile war~noo gr, o. o ituund-y Broo.. -roerb :.ti. doRqE mittO tet uttt.. y._`""_---- ' ",;t, rith sonly unl hal d mtoile; p - i,.r is oly a few hundred yards. Oh course, the All. yather Melan is kind to the rlnitc-e-llr allows them to vwalk through hig tad dock; but the Council shouldt niot divert tilh tralic throughl this gentletnan'o pro perty. !iopling the Couincil will tlake btels to retonve the letce. which is al:kinlg a blitld lane ol Hcritage stleet.--louri5, etc.. dlOlTL'1T-CUT. MIoonei...
SCOTTISH CRICKET. FITZROY V. ESSENDON. Played at Prince's Oval. FITZROY. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
SCOlrliil UCIIICLT.. IrTZRO ". ESSENDON. Played at Prince's Oral. FITZROY. First Inniings. McDonald, W. b Ioir ......... .. 1D Cooo. J.. Ibw Forsyslh ............ I.. 0 erlo s, L..e ciule b Groir ... Wueiler, I'.. 1 Forsyth............ 1. Wlieelrr. II. unot out ............... loyd, C.. b F'oroyll ............... ... 1 Ilaillstill. 1'.. s. Iteikle b Griusiaw 13 SArc. G.. b Bail*ey ... - - - - Merton, .., b F-orrytL ... . - 'iiillstn. B., C Moir b Ilenisie. C. . Spijss. I.. nut oot............... - I ilunries ............ .. ... - - " 9 wickets for ......... ... ... ..1 Bowling.-rorsyth. IL, 4 for 67: Moir. J., 2 for 29; Bailey. A.. 1 for 13; Icniiie. 15., U lor IV; (rimrjai'v. G.. 1 for 8; Bennie. C.. 1 for 15.
SECOND ELEVENS. MELBOURNE V. ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
SECOND ELEVENS. M3ELBOURNE V. ESSENDON. 'Ili., match as contlinued onl tile Albcrt gnound. 2Melbourne lin rulr usr. 1 i1llnliib tliade 2z5. Essendoil replied wltll 111 t? toll 25. lMcDonald 2, \t hleatley 19, .yono 14; J. C. Johiotnoo xix tfor 31 Cox one lo, 3j,. Eeooentons second innings totalled n2 tListon 41. Lindell '29do 'W9sc tl tey 2b. teielan .. ri . .t. n ox two 1 o, r 2 3, r - -on two fijr 53, C-2dife er one for 43.. 3let bourneo won by 149 runs. 3LC.C. SFirst llitilngs ... .... ............... 26 ESSENDON. First Innings. liaeoclt : and b alloentar ......... . Park. c and b Callendr ........ 9 Ley, b Caliendar .................... 5 Liidell, b J. C. Jolhnstone .........1 Collie, bi Jollnstole ................. s MlcDonald, b Johlton .......... Liston, c Lowe b Johnstone... ...... 1 Chellew, b Johnstone .............. 01 McLeane,. b ox ..................... Lyons., ot out ............ . 14 4 oeatley, b Johl to e ............ 19 Sundrie .... .. ................. 4 Total ... ...
CRICKET MELBOURNE V. ESSENDON. ESSENDON. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
CRICKET MELBOURNE V. ESSENDON. ESSENDON. First .vnnigLt.gs H. -Trutlian, b Ironmonger :... . 9 i. Binna ..b ironmonger ..: 11 E. P. Kennedy a iowden b Elitham 6 C. Ryan b .b .ullett .. . 4... W. griluths, - lienty b aironmonger 17 A. Pitman, bIronmonger .... ......... 2. P. Oihea. run out'... .:::...?.. ?...,.... 27 J. Imuney b1 rronmonger". ..'_. 4" T. 'acartney. run. out .. .... .. 0 J. itusnel, b Iullett ...... ......... 6 L. Mahon. not out ..:'..4 ...... ... 4 Sundrios ........ ............ Total ... ..... ..... 19 l Bowling.-lronmonger 5 for:.6, 'Mullett 2 .flor 43, Llthum 1 for It M ELBOUIfIlC . First Innings .................. : 204 SSecond Innings. G. Hoenry. u Ryan b Btoney...... ,. 13 P. Levin.. c lRan b. Binney .'.... 24 E. Eltlnun. cRyan b Pitnan ...... X. Stokes. c and b 1 Pitmnan .. iB. Oyons, ot out .... ;...... .... 3 1. Butler. c Ianm h Shea ...... 4 G. liobart, U h3iuley .:............. L. Mullett, b 21acartney ... Z l." Ironmonger. e Kennedy - b ,hea ri27 Sundries...
BOWLING [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
BOWLING - Tlue championship of' tie Ascot Vale Vale Bowling green has been won by Mr. B. \. Franklin,.a good sport, and a gen tleman who takes a deep interest in tihe social, intellectual and' sporting progress of tihe district. Mr. Franklin's success has brought him many congratulations. By a printer's error in our report last issue tile credit of championship of the Ascot greenl was attributed to Br. Faulkner. We jois with Mr. Franklin's Iriends in congratula tions.
V. J. C. A. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
V. J. C. A. Flemingtln and Kensington. who had lost five for 85 in reply to Prcetnn's 170. only mnade 136. and were easily defeated by 64 runs on the first 'innings. Knowles 3S and C. Smith 33 were the best bntsmen, and Blundell five for i0, and 3ehegan three for 53, got most of tlhe-Wickets. Its their second innings Preston wero all dis posed of for 144, Lawsson being top scorer with 44. while Sykes ?hated well for 35/ not out. Cooley bowled very well lot/ Flemningtoi and Kensington. getting four for 18, and Lynch also got four for .: rfattilng the secondl time, Flemington alind Kensington had lost eight wickets for 91 whets stumps were drawn.
ASCOT VALE CONGOS V. FLEM. AND KEN. PRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
ASCOT VALE COXGOS~ . 5lkitJ. -u 2kEN. PrEs. Tile above teams co-- eneed their mIatchI aIt Hudson's paddock on Saturday lact, in the preaence of a number of ethusiiastic onlookiers. The Pres. batted first. and amassed tile respectable total of 156 before tile last wicket fell. Easlon wao top scorer rith a fine innings of 63. A. tcFadyen 20. C. IeFadyen 20 and llamilto; 15 batted wellt against the Caongo bowlers, tile most :occeoslul of whom were Drayson 3 for 49. faves 3 for 43. E. Williams 2 for 11, Parris 1 lor 9 and Smitllh 1 for 13. The Congos have lost 6 wicKets for 1. HIayes batted otooly for 30. and E. Williamts 16 niot.out. and Drayaon 15 scored well. A. 'fopnam was the best bowler for Flem.. with 6 lor 36. Fenton obtiued 2 for 22' Tlhe match will bo concluded n0et Saturday at Iudson's paddock.
SNICKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
SNICKS. 'The lady barrackers for Fitzroy iave good voiccs. Gordon can vouch for that; lie heard them. Sh! Did C. W. think that shoe lace was loose? o:L°mem o of the "outslders" had a nlot to ay, 'bat Thse playearsý., ýnro.;'spots" . lot' n'ue o .a __ Mat. Hard luck, Chatlia; that catch would have unnlcrved the team il you had taken it. Great rejoicijicg amolg the "outsiders" wh?o Itugnoie got ilt with the ball--amt they arc sportsj Tips for next Saturday--"Grimmy" 99. 1. I?enie 95; no time to put others in.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES.' JOIN A LIVE FRIENDLY SOCIETY. By becoming MEMBER OF COURT ENDON, No. 748 Ancient Order of Foresters. NO ENTRANCE FEES. NO LEVIES. World wide Order. Lowest Rate of con tributions from is Id per week. Sick Pa. £1 per week. Funeral Benefits, £20 Particulars from members, or W. A. CADWALLADER. See. S Ardoch street. Eseendon. LATHAM SLOCAL BILL POSTER Moonee Pond'"eleaee;"76 A.oot. .. J. CHEESE CASH BUTCHER. CORNER MIOUNT ALEXANDER ROAD and TAYLOR STREET, MOONEE PONDS. Prices Lowest, Quality Beet, Oleanliness and Civility. A TRIAL SOLICITED. ALSO AT NORTH MELBOURNE. ALFRED STEBBING. DEPTFORD LAUNDRY 17 MARIBYRNONG RD., ASCOT VALE. (Opposite Masonic Hall). Awarded Silver Medal the Victorian Laundry Association. I+elbourne Exhibi tion, 1906. Shirts and Collars a Specialty. Washing and Mangling. Work Called For and Delivered. ASPHALTING. J. A. HERITAGE 52 PASCOE VALE ROAD, MOONEE PONDS. Undertakes ASPHALTING and SUPPLY. of MATERIAL at lowest wi?: Current Batas. Estimates Gi...
THE SECRET OF A LONG LIFE SIR ARBUTHNOT LANE'S EXPERIMENTS WITH PARAFFIN OIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
THE SECRET OF A LONG LIFE - Silt .\IIIUTIIHNOT LANE'S EIXPEIII. tENTS WITH PAIAFFIN OIL. Ever siune men began to think at all, there has been a never-ending search for something that would put off tho hour of death, or banish it altogether. The searcihers have been .divided into two clases: those who sought to extend lifo by improving upon Nature, and those who sought to find out Nature'6 laws and ate lry theem. Thie first class embraces all thos old philosohers who searched for "The Elixir of Life, and all modern quacks who announce that they have found it. The second class consists of a band of bcieltist ill all parts of the world whose combined work is actually laying bare Nature's secrete. one by ole, Ire the benefit and happliness of mankind. In "Life" for March is given the story of tile work of one such scientist--:a story so interesting and unusual that wve quote a gelnerouse extract: Dr. Lane, of "aGuy's." "Guy's" is the great HIoslital of Lon don, and Sir Arbutlhnot Lane i...
NOTES BY THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
NOTES BY THE WAY. By "Observer." Tile week began with the people of this city indulging in sundry conjectures as to tle probabilties and non-probabilities of it strike in the butchering trade and a consequent meat famine, but at time of writing the continuance, day after day of oet, sweltering weather is prctty well the man tipie of conversation. Every now and then the Australian summer seems to iave determitned to showthat it has as mun h vigour in it as in :"the days that. are past and in former years"-notwith standin; tile oft repeated declaration that this season of the year is much cooler than it was. Certainly the tem peratures of the week that will close to morrow might have been higher, and tihe heat more prolonged than for some time past. e)t Complaints have been made by parents of children attending the State schools nlid also by the youngsters themselves. that sosn of the lhesd teachers-known as "regulation fliends"--persist in having drill anld marcliing exercises in the...
VEGETABLE MARROW SOUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 26 February 1914
VEtETAI LE ^rtAItttOW *ijOiP. Tllis i on1 of the OieeSt of purees, its Preoncli name being "Potage puree d'auber gir'." It can be Made either plaio or rich by usioig milk or cream respectively, and is wooderlully smooth arnd soft Ci textare. Tate off tile rind from a large marrow, or from too omall oem, put it inc* a blind steapan *with an onion, a. little buoter, salt and jvpeper and cnoglir stock to cover. Let it cook geotly tili soil, tLur ruin it through a hair ujete arId roix it with oeie pint arid a half of milk, or if a large marrow it may require woo iners. take au muiture of 3eo of but ter anrd 3oe of four, and silien amootli pour on the soup inid stir all together till hoiliog. Serve with tried bread. If ream be used the mixture will not be nuoted. but the creanm about half a pint tor the auantities here given) nirould be made mlot and put ilto the roup jout be fore eorvinr.