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Christian Brothers College St. Josephs, North Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

Christian Brothers College St. Josephs, North Melbourne SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS SENIOR AND JUNIOR PUBLIC EXAMINATION 1914        

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"THE AGE." FOUR WARDS FOR BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914

("THE AGE.": FOUR WARDS FOR BRUNSWICK. It is probable that a petitioii uilder section 42 of the Local Governimeit Act will be propared, asking that an additional ward should be created a.r Brunswick. .The present subdivision is obviously-unfair, as the North war.d equals the other two-Middle and South-put together. The valuation returns show that this year-the total is £234,188, .and of that the North ward provides £101,855. -The Middle ward is only half that amount. In regard to population the totals are: North ward, 16,269; Middle, 7471; South ward, 12,966. This shows con clusively that the North ward is prac tically half of Brunswick. While, however; there are six councillors for the Middle and South wards there are. only three for the North. The present proposal for the division of the. city into four wards is to adopt the natural geographical division of Sydney road and Victoria street. On the western ;ido of Sydney road there would be one vard from Park street west to V1c oria...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"PORT MELBOURNE STANDARD." A 44 HOURS' WEEK. MAYOR FAILS TO FIND A SECONDER, AND DROPS WITH OUT DISCUSSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914

"PORT MELBOURNE STANDARD." A 441 HOURS' WEEK. MAYOR FAILS TO FIND A SECONDER, AND DROPS WITH OUT DISCUSSION. Mfayor Page presided at the lust meeting of the Town Council for 1913 held on December 23. One of the chief items of interest was the mayor's motion regarding a 44 hours' week for municipal employees. InI moving the motion, which came on late in the night, the mayor said his proposal was in the following terms:-"That this council reduces' the hours of labor of its employees from 418 to -.14 hours per week, to com mence from January 5, 1914." HIo contended that this was a very different motion from the one which he had last moved. Some of the councillors had suggested on the last occasion that he had endeavoured to place them in a hole. If that were the case, then he himself would surely hbe in a greater hole, seeing that heo was the mover of the motion. Cou tinting, the Mayor said the majority of thl public were not educated at the present time up to a -.1 hours' week, an.l i...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR CONTEMPORARIES "FOOTSCRAY ADVERTISER." [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914

lOUR CONTEMPORARIES "FOOTSCRAY ADVERTISER." The subjoined, from theu Flootsc'ray Advertiser," is illustrative of how a council may be allowed, by councillors, to go to financial "'pot.' It is also probably ilu:ninative as to how the Esseudot municipality's £13,000 over draft plus its unpaid swoop ol accounts in the first week of Juno eventuates. Works must be done within the esti mate if municipal safety and solvency be in the count at all. If all public works were done "within" the esti mate, manly of the suburban councils would not [o in the present precarious "pickle" (financially) that they are. However, let the "'Footscray Adver tiser" hold forth: Lan conducting their business the local council is very careful to obtain estimates of cost before ordering works to be done. That is proper. But the precaution thus taken is subsequently obtained, to show whether any par ticular work was executed for tho es timated price. ltecently tenders were called for a bathing house for the Foot...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"THE DONALD MAIL." THE WOOMELANG WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914

"TIE DONALD MAIL." THE WOOMELANG VWAY. Witness, giving ovidnc in the Woo melang Club licening pase: "They (peoplo from the club) como r1ushlng over at the last minute, to catch thei train, with bottles 'in their pockcts !ind bad lannguagein their nionts.".

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The State Premier. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914

The Stabi Premier. The Ffon. W. A. Watt although lihe I1had to face at storm of lersonlllly-di reeted interjectilon, . iide bI, three or four political oppon ents, hadl an ex eellent hearing at Essendon on Mon day evening. and with the exception of a thin sprinkling. the meeting was wholly with him. For a whole hour the ioelini g scas interrupted by a few dis~eantients. who evidently went there for the pur Roe of dissenting. It is about time that a law regarding inter rupting puhlic mneotings was put into force rigidly. When a Labor meet ing is being addressed by a Lahor can didate. a fair hearing is allowed, and there is no disturhance made by those of oppositet politial v.iews. But such is not the case when a Liberal en,,li late speaks. None who feel their canse right need countenance the in terruption of a public meeting byhv any of their followers. Tlowever. Mr. Watt so frequently "scored' off the intorrlupters that they Tfforded sole anlmsement. notwithstanding their un fair ta...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WANDERING COW NUISANCE To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914

WANDERING COW NUISANCE -4--+---' To the Editor. Sir,-In your last issue there are some excellent suggestions for abolish ing the -wandering cow nuisance, which is still very bad. It is really too bad that after perhaps years of nursing, a hedge is ruined by the wandering cow plague. Only last week, at Aberfeldie, I noticed several wandering cows, one of which took a fancy to a pittosporum hedge. Tht cow reached a distance of over five feet, and nipped the branches. As the day was a sweltering one, part of this once beautiful hedge figuratively lFled to death. Then, again, those wandering cows are making the footpaths unsightly and dirty. Surely, it is time the coun cil made a more stringent bye-law than the one at present in force. Yours; etc., FAIRtPLAY.

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Essendon District Scottish Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914

Essendon District Scottish Society. 'Thi first concert for the Newv Year will be held on Thursday, 15th Jan. To give tlh openiug nighlt a good sehd oif, it is hoped there will bo s large attendance of the menibers. A good enteitainment is anticipated from the following:-Miss Minnie Paton, M[iss Florrio Gordon, Mr. W. Harry,. Mr. Will Sandoe the celebr'ated Bush Har monists, and a rieel piart of Mr. Geo. Hay's pupils. Misses Paton and Gor don are well known and appreciated, and the newcomers areo top-notchers. Particular mention may be made of the Bush Harmonists. 'who in their unique musical act, have made them selves famons. Mr. Will Sandoo is credited, with being able.to miiikyou laughliand in so doing fulfil his part. Thoe nerw ooks will be ready for the memobers, nnd it is particularly de ;ired that they be speedily takenr up.

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914

To the Editor. - ti Sir,--In regard to your remaros o about wandering cows, I beg leave to p make a few remarks. Firstly, I pos- a soss a cow, which I paddock. Of ci course, there is little or no feed in p the paddock. Therefore, I feed it ci at home morning and night. 'I io b, cow is a great help, supplying my fai- d iy with milk and cream. But I T Would like to point out that it is not P people who possess a single cow who £ are creating this much-complained of ii nuisance, but owners of dairy herds, ti who sell milk, and compete with res pectable dairymenl who own land, and b dlo not make a graziug area of our il streets. Tl'hanksg you in anticipa- f tion. Yours, etc., LA . h A Scotsman the other day entered dl a first-class restaurant and ordered a lamb chop. After a long delay, ti the waiter returned with a chop of d ; u:. iral p rolutions. I say, shouted the Scotfiliian I or dered a chop. Yes sir, there it is. The Scot loaned down. Oh, so it is he replied looking at it more cl...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Man's Leg Twice Broken. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914

M3an's Leg Twice Broken. A mal named William Taylor,-- 49 years of ago, an implement maker, living at Lee street, Fleington, met with a painful accident on. Aloliday. "He was dcriving a pony jinker 'along Lancefield road inl company with a man named J. Elder, :wlien the pony took fright at an approaching train andl shied. ,Taylor was" thrown out, and his leg was broken in two places. The train, which was composed of an en lin and a couple of trucks, stop ped-and conveyed the injured man to Jlomsoy. HeHo wa subsequently taken to Lancefield Junction and thence to the Mfelbourno Hospital, where ho ir rived at '4.4.1 p.m., nearly 7 hours af ter the accident. The extent of his inlury was ascertained by Di. J. B. Griffiths, and he. was then taken by ambulance to the Alfred Hospital, as accommodation at-the central institu tion was overtaxed.

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ESSENDON POLICE COURT Monday, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914

I-1 ESSENDON ` POLICE COURT Monday, January 5. Before Dr. Martell in the chair) and Cr. Henderson (Mayor), justices. Debt. Isabella Ralston v. Frederick Moss, claim for £3 14s for board and lodg ing. -Defendant did not appear, and an order was made -for the amount with 5s costs. - Infringing Bye-Law. Albert Bloor was charged by Sergt.. Bennett, as ,prosecutor to the Essen don Council, with driving without a light. Fined 10s with 2s 6d costs. Unlawful Assaults and Insulting Words. Daniel Gallagher v. Charles Scatch ard, charge that on 15th December he unlawfully assaulted complainant, al so that he throw i stone at him, 'as saulted him and used insulting words. Mr. J. J. Carroll, for complainant, said there were firve charges laid on 15th and one on 20th December. MIr. D. C. Levy for defendant. All fire charges were heard together. Daniel Gallagher deposed to Mr. Carroll, that he was a builder. De fendant agreed to buy a house from witness, paid £4 deposit, and signed a document. Saw...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Motor Bandits in France. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914

Motor Bandits in France. a?ei.-3tloi'am?.-dated d.Paris .Jnnin iry. C 'saysiis:-.Vhill tle'der of: : pirivato motor 'was 1driikilng with a firiend.- ini Paris a ''man Iullmped iinto., "theo-:-oar '"-and'. -drove --.ofiL Motors started in pursuit, but failed to overtake the nman. The police ob tained a description of the fellow and' arrested him on Sinda-y. He confess ed that another series of outraiges, simi lar to those perpetrated by Bonnet had been plainned. A gang of ruffians with the help of a motor intended to waylay a bank clerk at. Menux, cross the Belgian frontier and hold up. "a bank. Three others of the gang, one carrying i revolver, have been captur ed, and foiit more are being tracked.

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. R. HARPER'S RETIREMENT POLITICAL SERVICES RECOGNISED. PRESENTATION AT HANGING ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914

MR. R. HARPER'S RETIREMENT POLITICAL SERVICES RECOG NISED. PRESENTATION AT HANGING ROCK. A political career extending over 3 yoars--22 years in thoe Victorian Par liament and 12 years in the House of Representatives--was concluded b; Mr. Robert. Harper last year, whei on the extinction of the constituency of ?ernda he lost his old seat, and hisi active connection with politics ceased A little ceremony was conducted oe the Ranging Rock racecourse on Neu Year's Day as an expression of appre ciation by some of his old constituent: of M;r. Harper's services as their re presentative. During an interval be tween races Mr. Harper's supporters, to the number of two or three hun dred, gathered round a platform under the trees, and expressed appreciation of Mr. Harper's efforts on their L-, hnlf and regret at his retirement. He seas then/ lsented wi . ininmg an address and plhotograplhs taken in the Kynetou, Woodend and Gisborne subdivisions of Mernda, which subdivisions were all represent ed...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fire. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914

Fire. On Tuesday afteruoon last some boys, playing with niltches, set fire to the grass on- a vacant allotment of ground in Ardoch stieet, Essendon. The boys promptly- made themselves scarce, without raising an alarm, but fortunately some neighbours saw the smoke, turned their hose on, and beat the fire out with old rugs. etc. As the fire reached the dividing fence before it was extinguished, the danger can boxrealised to the neighbouring pro plrties, and but for the prompt action taken by several lady residents, some serious damage to property would have resulted. It would be well if all parents rigidly cautioned their children against the dangerous prac tice of lighting fires in the open air. It is supposed in the present case, the offending boys were indulging in the injumrious practice of cigarette smok

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The "Age" and the Kilt. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914

-The "Agoe" and the Kilt. The "Age" opposed the wearing of the okilt by Scotchnion and descend ants of Scotchmen in the Australian Atrmy. So far as the reasoning mind goes it does not matter a continental what uniform a regiment wears provid ing the squad fights on. our iide, and if it ensures their loyalty to Austrn ha, let them wear any patriotic uni form tlher please. Blocking the wear ing of the kilt would be altogether too absurd a cause for creating disaffec tion amongst every Scottish-Austra lian in'the ranks of our army. Let couion sense preoy:il and Scotty retain his kilt, and let no. silly dissension create disunion amongst our soldiery. Otherwise Australia will pay the pen alty by losing the services of those .clal in "petticoats," as the "Age" un feelingly dubs the kilt.

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FAT-BABY MISTAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914

FA'T-BAIlY MISTAKES. The pronounceemnt against fat ba bies made at the Medical Congress in Paris recently is fully endorsed by a famou.s Lno n"o-speciialist in children's diseases. '"Far from being a sign of health, supllerflous fat onil a Iaby," the doctor states, ''is conmmonly a sign of rickets. Again, the ilfant brought up on over starchy artificial foods is very often of great bulk, which, though pleasing to the nlother, is recognisablo at once by the physician as due to disordered digestion. Food, to do the mollst good, should be chiefly used up in supplying bodily warmtlh, muscular aunii. nlervous energv, and building material for mak ing neo bolle and muscle. If, iinstead if fulfilling these main purposes, the food is stored lup in the system as fat, it shows that sonmethilig is radically wrong with the diet. Generally speak ing, the excess fat is due toi too much starch in the diet. The remedy is to cut down the bread, mashed potatoes, etc., and to substitute pure milk for ...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Woman Personates a Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914

Woman Personates a Man. Excitement' Was caused at Circular Quay.on Mouday night 'b a young woman appearing in male attire. She was accompanied by two men, but her clothes did not completely hide her sex, :aud people crowded. round her. The police?took her: to : :tho ,:-atatl, housoe.-ad' gave her a lecture:. She way .escorted to: a cab and senthouie. It was ,tated that the 'young loman, lwho was from the country, was stay ini at a Globe boarding-house, and at a s6cial gathering a few days ago the relative courage of imen and women was discussed. She accepted a wager of £10 thant she would not appoar in the city in man's clothes. .? . e

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHRISTMASTIDE AT AN IRRIGATION SETTLEMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914

CHRISTMASTIDE -4---t- AlT-AN IIttIGATION SETTLEME:NT By a Rambler. .On'{ ristmasi morning I was one of liiaiy- who, by the first train, hurried to tl'at scene of congested traffic, the rSpenceL street Railway Station, and amidst evenl at that- early hour, a tlhrong of'holiday makers, I succeeded in-? eting -a' comfortable seat in it traiu timed to leave f?t Bendigo "at 6.22.. As is usual upon all such occa siohnsi there waere inlany who came bustllig and excited at the last mo mointj and hld to be pushed into comn partm;ents already filled; but the Aus tralian travelling public as a rule dis playsr rare good humour under such circumlstances, and it happened so in our colnpartmnent, mld the two youlng fellows who were standing were soon seated on steel hat boxes, kindly placed at their disposal by the lndies to whom they belonged. \o had husbands, ,;,ewi new., ,d hid. hros ,d tll. iýhihhron, pri'ual unie -rairorla iined" Iy his talk .that If had coni. "frao thfe Land o' Cakes"" he as...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. W. A. Watt's Candidature. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914

Mr.?. i . . :Watt's Candidature. .The Hon. 1V. A: Watt,- State Prom ier, is announced by advertisement. to address the electors of Esseondon as follows, "iz.:-To-night, at King George's Hall, Ascot Vale; on Friday, it 8 p.m., at iPascoe Vale; on Monday, at 8 p.m., at the Masonic Hall, Ascot Vale; on Tuesday, at 8. p.m., at.the Town Hall, Coburg; and on Wednes day, at 8 p.m.f at the Public Hall, Essemdon.

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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SMILE SEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 8 January 1914

SMILE SEED. - In the old days of hand composition a 'printer known from New York as "Pilgrim" Hazlett wandered into a Liennsvlvani town" and, asked the edi tor of the. weekly f;r a "sit:" '"Well," said the editor, "I. can put you to work, but I'm afraid I can't pay much noney." "Make mie an offer,," said "Pilgrim. "All right. I can give you two meals :. day at my house, you can sleep here in the office on this lounge, :lnd I'll tako care of' your. laundry. T'hen if you iieced tobacco get it across the street. at the grocery.. They run all account with us.. And up at the brewery you can 1get a can of beer whenever you like. Besides; I'll pay vonl four dollars as week. Is that sat isfactory?" "Gosh," said tile Pilgrim, after repeating tile offer to get it straighit in his mind, "if I get all that what. lo I want w\itll the foulr dollars?" -+-+-+ Mrlls. Casey was proud of her strollg. iimuscuilar sol, 1and still l1m'o1 proud of him when he went into a gylllta1llum and madIllel hUelf lo...

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