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MAYOR WEBBER STILL STANDS OUT. REMAINS SEATED WHILE KING'S HEALTH IS PROPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
.MAYR01 WEIBBER STLLL STANDS OULT. REMAINS SEATED WIILE KING'd HLEALTH 'IS` PIIOPOSEI. - Mayor Webber has not been very prolui nent sat social functions in the district esnce his ill-col?idered exldalation bo tie omission o tihe loyal toast at Ihis own ban quet. liH but declined iambero of in-ito lOlls to socials where it was likely tout tie toast of the KtIng would be honoured. but the reason girven for hlistabsence--pa lile busilness-has been all sufficient and ounid. Since the metnmdrable outburst re porters have been on tie outlook for Mayor Weiber at all functions. At Williams town lie was reported to hiave diuonk -tihe Kill's beaith with entlthu?iam, bat tlhough the relporter still persists in his story, Slay or Wtbber gave it anlt immediate and in dligiaut denhtL There could be uo'mtitake stout his attilade at the official luncheon in connection Seit'the dteisic of the coun cil employees last week. ,IIe sat quiet wlhile everyon around him joined heartily In ihosouring tihe to...
"BRUNSWICK AND COBURG LEADER." A COUNCILLOR'S DUTY. To the Editor of the "Brunswick and Coburg Leader." [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
"BRUNSWICK AND COBlUR LEADER." A COUNCILLOR'S DUTY. To the Editor of Tie "Brunswick and SCohnbrg Leadcr." Sir.,--It is certairlly very relre>hiing to ind roome of our local councillors Lacr trot forgottell or betrayed their duty to tle ratepayer. of this city and did their hest to preserve tile ratop;ayera' pockets frolo tile lItest form of exploitation over this steito roller queustior,. nolwithstaldine 'ii tile sneers and taunts of the daily organs of privilege and monopoly; they stood t¶leir ground well. and their attitude proved they wore not seekine popularity, hut ritglt and Justice. and deserve the best thanks of the ecommlunity. 'On the other hand. we find councillors who are sent to the Croneil-table. not as Protectionists and 1reetradees. but as representatives of the whsole lpeople of this city loldipg various views of politics. It is certainly a coup cillior's duty to work in the interest of ill ratepayers-not for one section only. : Yet w;lat do we find. but these co...
RECIPES THE VALUE OF CHARCOAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
RECIPES -4-f-- THE VALUE OF CHARCOAL. This article would hardly be complet ed unless it dealt with the problem of keeping food in hot weather. The an swer is the use of lump charcoal, of the right kind, lb will contain a good many thick sticks several inches long, the remainder being in rough !unls, the size of a large walnut. Before using the charcoal, each piece should be carefully washed in" warm water, to remove the dust. Theun the only i.t tontion required is to scrub it s ith hot soda water, whenever the charcoal is liable to become greasy or sticky. To preserve a joint, put three or four sticks on a dish. On these place the meat, laying on it about the same amoljnt as underneath. In very Iot weather more may be used; and when there is thunder about, an added =are caution is to place a sort of paling or long sticks, set on end, all round the joint.
SOCIAL BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
SOCIAL BREVITIES MAr Michael Crimion,. of Ascot Vale, has taean Iis passage by tiles s.. Runic, whsih starts on 21st inst., and is making a six months' tour of the United Kingdom, France. Belgium. (Germany. etc. Tile ESssendon District Scottish Society Mas.nic Hall, oa Wednesday. 11th March. The Rev, Roscoc Wilson, who is acting as locum teneas for Canon Hancock, of St. Tlhomas' Churchl, ssendon. bts been ap pointedl director of Sunday schsole but will not commence duty until he leaves Esoendon Mn Thlomar P. Martin. head teacher' o the State school at Trafalgar. has been ond scholol Mr. J. eAsME Elder of 1 ssendon `(John Cooke and Co.),·.leaves'for England by'the s.s. Medina on March 24. ' , The annual meeting of the Esseudona(A) Football Club will be held to-night at. the Essendon Public Mall. r'll Military Fete. in connection witlh tile drill Iall .eqouimaent; will hbe held in Queen's Park. Moone Pondsaon Saturday, 28th Marchc The Essendon HIorticultural Autumn Show will be held o...
SAGO AND APPLE PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
SAGO iN) APLE PUDDING. . Take one o cateapful of smiall sage, wash well and boil in milk'till nearly cooked;.: 'hen pare,, core, and slice- i few apples: Grease a plkdding I:isin, petit-i a little sage then doame of thlie apples, add a little sugar, aniit squeeze of lemon juice, then'put more sago and apples and sugar till the basia is full, letting the top layer be of sago. Cover rwith a greased pliaper or pudding cloth :and boil for three-quarters of an hour.
FLEMINGTON POLICE COURT TUESDAY, MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
FLEMINGTON POLICE COURT TUESDAY, MAR01 3.. lefore Messrs. O. J. Cook (chairman;, ihaw and Feehan, justices. Debt. Walter Easton v. William McFadyoii claim of £4. Order for amount and is costs. S Light-weight Fish. Constable Blurrougho v. ienjamin Vicars ?nt ueorge liumphlreys- chargoe of ivhing ligllt-wetgnt hnt itn their possession on 31st January at tihe Maribyrnongriver. Constable Burroughs deposed that" tile minimum weight 'ot bream tlsh w a l ve ounces. He found Vicars with a fish weigh tag atozm. The ether defendant had a brief bag with four bream fish, one weighing 3 ounces. Thle irst defendant appeared and said he found the Sosh on the bank ol the river. CLonstale Loan corroborated. The hll was eery fresh, . Constable Burreughs also said the flth was fresh. Thec defendant, Benjamin Vicars went into the box and said the evidence was quite correct. He picked the fish up, and rllh boy asked if he could have it. Did not ktIow the lad had brought the fish along. 'olad the boy it ...
ESSENDON HORTICUL TURAL SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
ESSENDON HORTICUL TURAL SOCIETY. *-4-e- Preparations for the autumn show are already well progressed towards elnsuring a successful issue. Several members have Intimated their intention of putting up -exhibita on the occasion, and numerous friends and patrons have promised assist anne in tile way of trophies and special prizcs. The latter are very acceptalble, as tile lig effort made to provide good prizes. and the heatvy incidental expenses incurred in conunection with thie opring bhow hlve In a imeasure deipleted the treasury. I[ there are any other well-wishers of the society wlio would like to jive practicai exprencion to their feelings, tieir contribu tions, either as dollnations or subhcriptions. will be thankfullyt received and acknOw ledged it thley- olttlalte thleir wish to the Ion. secretary. It Ines lIeen dreidel."1 a ueals of atnoentillg the [linds. to hlldl annlot(ler grand ilettre itighlt at tmhe Moone P'onds Picture T atre onl Tiuredas. March 19lth at which ;a new eer...
DANGER OF WHITLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
|).\NGI'll OF \ilC.'LOWCS. Ti'I ina ofi 1 uhliloa is given to a vI'r" i??v r f im oll fll i'llallllllllation that att:ik:. thl, tendons and their sheaths of lhw lingr toil handl. 'Thle first symp tom is that the tinger point beiicms ten dr, red, and sollhen, and hard. Thlre is va .tere thirobbig pain, which ex cto?ls very ,einorally as far as the shoullder. Thle inflammation may run rapidly along the finger, especiailly if matter foruis in the tnedinuo sheath and there is Il uas for it to escape ex terially. .\ bri.sh purgatlive of salts or seidlitz powder should l'e given, and hot fonmentatioils apnlied to the finger, the hand being kept at rest in an ele vated position. If the matter does not disperse, an opening should lie made along the contre of the finger to allow of its i?capei , and so to relieve the extreme tension of the parts. A. whitlow is not a thing to bie neglected, for it sometimes rcsulots in disfiguration of the hand:,-and may even mean the loss of the affected fin...
ESSENDON CITY COUNCIL MONDAY, MARCH 2. Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
'ESSENDON CITY COUNCIL i - €- hMONDAY. MAbRCH 2. Correspondence. loonee Ponds Methodist cricket club wrote, asking for use of Woodland striet reserve for cricaet purposes during coming soasou.--lleferred to committee. J. McNabb and eight others complained of the nuisance occasioned by luarrying operatlons in neighlbourhod of ssendon lark noise and dust of crusher, smoke frow engine, and shlock of blasting. They intsndeu to pIrosecute the contractor.--ile ferrcd to surveyor to report, on the motionl ol Cr. Showers. Hie lhad beard colmplaints. uandl they should be investigated.--Cr. Golds worthy seconded carried. E. Mott andl several otler residents of Salisbury street wrote, regarding the foot way it that street, asking that the path be forncl or asphaltedt, as it was rough and daisnerous.-Rleeived and referred to conmmsittee. Hii. W. Warner wrote regarding rightL way at rear of Ascot Vlle Metodis Culreh, asking that as the place was in sanitary it be swept onu 'Saturday evenings. -I...
THUMBS UP [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
THUMBS' UP From "Sydney Sunday Sun." Colonel: "\When 1 was once in dan ger frori a lion I tried. sitting and staring at him, as I had no weaponhs, and the lion did not atteimpt to touch 1me." Listener'r "Gracious! How do you accotit for tllhat?" Colonel: "Sometimes I think it was because I was sitting on top of a very high branch on -a very high tree." SG. 1. E. O'Flanagaii, 26 IIender son road, Alexandra. -0-0-0- A iquack doctor was holding forth about his "'medicine.s" to a rural audi once. "Y'es, gentlelin," lie said, "I have sold these pills for over twenety-five sears, andll never heard a word of eoiii plnint. Now, what sloes that prove? From a;. voice in the crowd calne: "That dead men tell no tales." Evelyn Teale, Punchbowls road, En field. -0-0-0 W\iaterau:. ,l:.'adver ? forrtd af sum, ment. Ikive yout piresence of muind?"' Pat 1Malone: "Faith thin, I'm full av it, sir." Waterman: '"'lowv would you act in the event of being swamiped--your bo:it shipped water, for instanco?" ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. W. ELLWOOD & CO. BULL EEs ladCoNkAC iTORs. 81 WILSON STREET. MOONEE PONDS. Estimates givenr and plans drawn INSURE WITH THE INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED FIRE ACCIDENIT MARINE EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY BURGLARY, PLATE-GLASS, MOTOR CAR, LIVE STOCK, LOSS OF PROFITS, &c. Funds £19,031,200 Revenue £7,139,552 Apply to Local Agents IMPORTANT N()TICE Kclllow iard are JOSEPH KELLOW. Proprietor 20 years Departmental Manager. Chambers & Seymour 74 and 76 Puckle St., Moonee Ponds, Dec. 1913 Ab' :out:-ightee months ago the KELLOW I -HARDWARE. CO. purchased the businessof C. J. Langford, and their: success since has been so great that they have now the pleasure to announce having bought out the, old established business or leading Iromnonger of Puckle St., Mdonee Ponds. :There is no need to dilate on the excellent quality of the goods kept by this well-known firm. His name and' r:eputation are well-known-to all. The I KELI.OW. I:ARDWARE CO. is equally well knowh, a...
BURSTING UP THE MAYOR'S ALLOWANCE. A USELESS EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
URIt.ttTING -UP TILE MAYOR'S ALLOW ANCE. A UtELEOS EXPENDITURE. The following letter to the "Riclhmond Autrtlian" explains itself: "'The annlounrelent In your last Issue tha;t tile Mayor is giving 5o0 free fares to lIatmllton for tile school children somewhat comre as in seurpise to every lticlimold resident. It has always been tile conm lilantitf s the Labor Party that free Christ ita dinnsers. free trips for newsboyssh and i,:arity dOlies on isolated days of the year. to not really touch the root of the evil. but mserTly advertise tile perso swho provides it wleo ma:ly, or many Ilot, require votes for . arlit:nell, Coutleil, etc. Ott the occls ion of tile recent. earpeting of the ittayor ntnlre tile Council about tile King's health. Iits idol the Labor eoulleillors spoke againit teclhnical school being established ill til:ltlolll. because lie sait(i that it was ab slurd to speild mntlley on a teelitical school shet nearly every- infantts' school in flich moud ll was deploratbly it...
"FOOTSCRAY ADVERTISER A DESTRUCTOR. CR. JOHNSON SUGGESTS MAKING PROVISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
"FUOOTSCRAY ADVERTISER A DESTRUCTOR. C1i. JOHNSON SUGGESTS MAKING PROVISION. At Monday's meeting of tihe Footscray Counlcil. Cr. Johnson suggested that til engineer be llstructed to ascertain the ,?st ol a two, tllee or four-cell destructor. It could be rail ill collnectioll with thle el ectric light schlletne. lie thought it bet ter to have a scheme of their onn thanul one ttl conjalltlction witll \iltiaetown, Ias tile cetl r artage to a lttint suitable to that mulaiclpality-lprobably Stony Creekl-would h j prolonultlve. 1it it were decided to oh tain a destructor. then it should Ihe illn a Ipullion where they could eventually erect a pocer hiotUe. lie was i?stilnctly inI la lor of iltillng a destructor oe their own. Cr. Jcilklllt remariled that a plant suit able to tleir reqlulremelts was at work In at suburb o Sydney. and tle eost was irom £'3JJ to £430J. Some time ago Ie Ilad cuggested tllat-a sua of lIJO per nnllut be c:r-marked for the purpose-ol purch;as lug ait de-tractor. C...
"RICHMOND GUARDIAN." OLD PIONEER PASSES.—ONE OF LALOR'S HEROES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
"RICiHMOND GUARDIAli. OLD PIONERI I'A SSES .-.OSE OF ILALOR' UIl,?ES. Johln Day. aged 84 years. died at hit reci dellce, tJ Clestlluut street, lticllolid last hullday. Lay was ojie ei tile Hieroes o turela. Lie stood tlae by .ile with tile meen o Peter alilor Iti thie detence of tile etuic;ule. and wa onel ll the near irlends that collncealed Later wlhell tile uutboritiec iut a price ?l Lis blead. Mir. Stay came to tetoria oni tile allnouie llellt et of the ias ct?ery o golut in e161. lie worked slaru cilli Ilayea lara: lie made money and slett monley. 'hllen came kutreka. Alter wards Say weii to New Zealani . le was there at tlhe tlite of tile Maori war. lie was I1 tile thuict of It, terved right througH alll came oat without a scratch. 'Then lIr returnted to ictiria. tie prospected etol llltl reachIes oi tile Ulppler arra. lie married in that district. llld 35 years ago dir. and lirs. Day came to Rliehlllmoilu. Alter two year thley relioved to Uhenitnut stree, alld with their i'ia...
"FOOTSCRAY INDEPENDENT" SEDDON PICTURE CO. TO BE WOUND UP SHAREHOLDERS INDIGNANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 5 March 1914
"FOOT ClLhr ]NDEPE:DEBT " SEDDON PICTUIRE CO. tO BE WOUSD UP, IHltlEIIlOLDERS .INDIGUNANT. a ?fo-nls ,lr.tillng of the shareolders inu SIty ILiLIC0 IIICul ot i on frIdpoy 5 LrII Ceeii, 001en it good dLIal o0 recrimlnatlol wl,- litlulgeal int to iile way analrs tau hut'lll mallagtl. lI. t. ?1 l ilel Kelly, Initlaging director, I ltlII;llcd tealt the duty o0 tile new dlrce tor. would lte purely lorlal--ilmplly to 10l11 t quornml aid 1e111 to pjlu a resolu i l, to wOild up tile com lillyi. 1 irs. ele.rllr, tCaugng illll Dee accepted ,llllIontlU 1lli0itder these cOldltlOlls . attlo Itl?e UIalllnlilleluly elected and Mr. T. ote lllphen tcity en made a statement of toe L,-lllull. 'lhey Lad tcqu'rel i the iwapler ?I?,1l ^iLrdcll. plcttrLe witll plant. lor t2lllllitiLey had tpaiu £0l1 in cash, 01 wlmelt the Cilet'r, li rIC. \\:10i"ll, Ilad returneu ?10 in ci.tl . They lad alio paid L ill Ilt lor Itil pltce, 111 tileo, tOulldl that tile eullcrtlitlllntlltC could only e run iat , lo-s. ''lley...