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UNHAPPY GIRLS. DOCTOR'S DIAGNOSIS OF THEIR MELANCHOLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914

UNHAPPY GIRLS?. DOCIOW'S DIAGNOSIS OF THER MIELANCHOLY. - Too. little work to occupy- their hearts 'and hands atnd the idea that the main object in lifo is to "make a good mar riage." were the two reasons given by Dr. Elizabeth Slloan Chesser. lecturing-on tlhe Health and Development of Girls at the Institute of Hygiene. London, for the un h a l) linee s-?Jf- - o-ma?,-?.1in .-Elf 1??nId -1 pireseut- time. , '-- .' -.. .. "The 'difmecult' girl. who objects to mn terial authority aind is consequently apt to be looked upon' as the bllack sheep of the family, nemls some:ontlet forher en ergies and a real interest' in- life." said - -Dr. Chesser. "The 'lazy'- girl. whose mother gets exaspenrted with her because she'tjskes no interest in anything, is very often suffering from anaemia," and needs trea:tment, not scoldings.' For hleckey, as played at school by girls just budding inuto womanhood. Dr. lhesser ad no good word. She said strenuous galmeso were more suitable for yrounger girls. S...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. PAUL'S V. ESSENDON BAPTIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914

ST. PAUL'S V. I:,SENDON BAPTIST The above teams commenced their matcn on tle gruuolll of"?to t lorn0 r on Satl neurlay last. rue laptLtL olpper won uae toss anld atted S?ot. '/ he 04r0 was - Keil to 04 leore ti e tIh ll s inhet ?ell; t?lULI 31. 0- Mcrait 11. yhliillit 11 0n11 W. liii lejy 10 oattiloC well. St0 a.Ul's respone.a W'Oll u. 1U00U0In and ChamlOber. gettnli moot of tu rune0. ine ilptisnta non lust i wic ot0 lotr hi i n tocir secolid In tlllS. lilleal 1b Stewart 14 It0L oul11 a40 yaruonago 14 suo00ng Iloot torm. HLllil horn. -lamu and S)on-Ol to0001 best 0or St. ratl's anld Collier ;atd ltOeart lor tile b3lptlists. Illo stw:tch swill be concludeu l0ext naturday.

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET ASCOT VALE CONGOS. V. MARIBYRNONG PRESBYTERIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914

CRICKET ASCOT VA.E 001C406. V.- .tBIBYR x0N24O PRESBYTERIANS. This match waS staeted on Saturday last on the grond of the former in the presence of a fair number of slpe?ators 'Tie ,CongoS' skipper won the toss, and decided to send 31arib.rong to the wick ets ho openedit ilson and ltreeter to the bowling o arris and Hayes. Both batsmen played careloily. and runs were hard to get. With the score at 12. Wil son was nicely cauglht by Parris off Hayes, 1--12. J. Andersn followed, and otart ed with some nice hits to eg off both bowlers. but at 19. Streeter was out. caught by Crawford off Haves. 2-13-19. H. James was next, but with only nine riuns added. Anderson was caught by Hayes in the slips. off Drayson. 3-10-28. W. Page took the vacant crease, and after scoring two bounilarie?, was clean bowled fy. Drawon C-6--43 L James was also bowled in tite same over. 5-0--S. Careen next partnered James but only 4 runs were added before the last.named was luowled by Parrio 6-2-38. A Slade came i...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ICED COFFEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914

ICED COFFEE. 'lhi; is anothler drink which, if well fade, is very refreshing. Put a quarter Sa int of mlUilk, a quarter of a pint of cream, and e hree lqatblespoonfuls of sugar into it pan. When hot. pour one piut of strong coffee over, and leave until coldl. Then ireeze till like cream, and add a few dropa of vanilla esCenuce to give it a nice flavour.

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANOTHER REFRESHING DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914

ANOTijERl R'1ESItlING DRINK. Piicappjo is 'tnotler ielicloun drink. Uero ois a? ecellent recipe: Take a pine altqe, wtlch may be either fresh or prc served, two quarts of weater. tte juice of tour lemons, a little ice and sugar to taste. Cut trho Pineapple into slhcet and ti?en cllhop it coarsel). Pour over it the coal ivatr, add the lemon juice, and sweeten to taste. Next strtin into a large jue, and :tdd the ice. The ice maY be omitted, if you do. not hie to mayea Ono icc .drin .drinl.' to f ive hildn durinr "the, Slmmer months Is plain .bar-" ley-water, bhut ufortunately they do itot "always takehkindly to this on account of its insipidity. You will find that all chil orenwllt love it if it is made as follows: Peel three letmuls very thinly, and lay the icl in a large jug with 2oz of castor cugar ant Joz of pearl barley. Pour on to tins three pints of boiling- water, and let i stanld for 24 hours. Thetn add tile straintl juice of the lemons, and stand on ice till wanted. This wil...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEA AND LEMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914

TEA AND LEMON. Make somine tea in tho usonual way. not too strong, and strain at once from tile leaves. Allow it to get quite cold. then add a quarter oft a piinlt of lemon-juie to a pint of tea, with a very littloe sugar. This will keep on tho hIottest day. whereas tea minxed with milk is aplt to clrdle. The lemon should never ho usedl in slices as som'netimes advised, or the white pith will n:make the tea bitter. Just squeeze tile Iemou-juice into tile teaot, and you will find it a most deligltfully refreahing drink

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DRINKS FOR INVALIDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914

DRINKgS 0FORR LNVAUIZOS Take 21b of white sugar, the whiten of teo eggs, 2oz of flour, two quarts of water, and the juice of one lemon. Put these ingledienlts into a saucepan. and boil for tw or threeo minutes. The, set aside to cool. and when quite cold. dissolve half a "t ?easpoonful of hncarhonate of soda en ahbn:' two tablespoonfuls of the acid, add half a glassful of water, and it wrill foam to t?e topn of the glass. This is always ,n fat?o?rito drink with children, and. in ldeeh with all grown-ups as well: but re member, dear r ,ders, never to take any cold or iceddrinks \when the hody is in a Ter, he t~lt o, ,,.,

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL NEWS SYNTHETIC MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914

T YNTHETIC lMEAT. According -to the Paris daily papers a Belgian scientist, M. Effront, has succeeded in producing artificial meat, and this is another advance made by modern chemistry, after the synthesis of vegetable extracts or perfumes and even the albumens which are the base of living substance. M. Effront now uses a remarkable process for indus trial preparation of nitrogenous foods at a very low price; and these are said to resemble ordinary meat in a striking degree. He uses different residues of manufactures which are al most- worthless, such as brewery or distillery refuse products, and from these he extracts a, food albumen. The refuse material is first washed, then pressed and treated by sulphuric acid and afterward by lime, being then put through other oporations which are too long to enumerate, ending by fil tering and evaporating in a vacuum. The result is a pastry extract which has a very pronounced taste of moat, dund has three times the food value of the latter, ow...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORANGEADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914

ORANGEADE. Oralgeade should ? made of ib of sugatr boiled in a pint of water and sim mered till clear. Tho juice of four Oranges should be str?loed into this, and - stirred well, anld lastly nearly two quarts of water added. Mix all together, and when cold place in glass jugs. with a few slices of orange on the top. Sponge Cakes and biscuits wuill take the itlace of bread at a repast of rthis description.

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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FUND FOR LIFE-LINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914

FUND. FOB LIFE-LINES O,??lreeNToi: Silday.-nothr: :oii~t was 'organised.- by Mr. Loftus Moran to wards the fund for equipping .the back beach with lifc-line, . .ho-amount of ,17 was received.

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"FOOTSCRAY INDEPENDENT." PROPOSED NEW POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914

"FOOTSCRAY INDEPENDENT." PROPOSED NEW POST OFFICE. An agitation is gaining strength to have anolther post ofnllc established in Foot scray, to serve-the northern and, western end. With- the extension of population. it is found a Iheavy drag by many people to walk virtually from one end of the city nearly to, the other extremity to transact -postal business. It is suggested that an effort should be made to have a fully equipped prost omce established i ll arkly street. hen the matter is looked at closer, it is quite apparent that in this respect the :district is not well provided for. There are others which could be mentioned that have infinitely more postal facilities. All the time tile business nt the Nicholson street olllce keeps growing,. asendtbe increase to say nothing of the questlon of convenience, fully jusotifies an other establishment. At tile meeting ,f the West Footsecray rogreess Asociation. the matter was discussed, while several other residents are arranginfg, we are ...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OPPOSITION TO PAYING RATES IN MOIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914

OPPOSITION TO PAlINsU RATES IN MOIETIES. Advocates of an alteration of the system ft getting in municipal rates by means of a lsall-yearly, instead el an annual col s'e.tiol, dsee teL remarkable argument tlhat y- leao:lns of that syBtelu the council aouhI Savo tile large sUm Ilnow paid away in tile ors eof interest on overdradt. Ilthy snt?t, therefore, ii their benseo of aomtttrehenasion is not altOgetler dulles, tnave received something of a shock when it wtca reported at a recent meeting of tile local council thlat tilt average annual aItttttit al.tett ill tile direction indicatedl was only .tS141. Girantel that if ratepayers Were calledl on to advanlce hall tile amioulnt of rates now that they woulu not otherwise have to pay until June tu next, ttlero r would be oe sav8ing ot ill Lerrt, it would not all be saved. In actual practice it is nrobable that the savingst would be iltnnitestmal, as there truld be ai necessity for ass overdraft toivard tie latter hltl of each r erio. buat...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"THE ARGUS." IMPORTANT LIFE-SAVING BECOMMENDATIONS. EXPERT'S INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914

"THE ARGUS." Ili'OQTANi' LIFE-SAVING RECOMl IENDATIONS. EXPERT'S INSPECTION. (UEISEN.CLIFIE, Sunday. The hion. sec retary of the Iloyal Life-saving Society (3r. A. 1'. Newey) during Friday and Sat uruay made all exhalustive examination of the Ipools off the Queenseliff and Point Lonsdale beaches. Mr. Newey, prior to his departure for Sorenio on Soaturday afternton, stated that tile ocean beach at Point Lounsdale was absolutly unsiafe for surfing. withl the exception of a small bay about 21 yards long, which stretches between the Looldale tani Gilaneusee reefs. A connect iag reef prevented ally undertow, but an element of risk from undertow still ex isted. He Iolrecommended that danger-boards o0 ixed on the beach warning bathers of dangerous spots, anld that a portable life saving reel. equilppedr with 100 yards of lin.e, and a belt capable of supporting two personas. be installed. Another life-saving equipment should be placed in position insluae tile Heads, near tile Lonodale'light...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRESENTATION TO DR. HUGHSTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914

PRESENTATION' : ---4-- TO DB. HUGHSTON. . A- lareo -and- representative gathering o citizens assembled in the Sew Hall, Es sendon, on Friday evening last to bid fare well to Dr. R. W. Hughston, who is lear ins tlle district. Apologies were rereive Iros the R5ev. Alex-Stewart. I.A.. Messrs M. C. Mott. German. senr.. Harris. liems ley and other leading resilents of Essen don. Broadmeadows and Bulla Thle dot tor's popularity was evidenced by the coi dial reception lie met with on entering the hall. In opening the proceedisngs. Mr. F. TotU who occupied tile chair, said that whil lie vwas delighted to preside over such t gotierinug to do hionor to their worth: guest.- his pleasure, was tinged witli poignais regret that Essendos was losins suchi a splendid citizen as the doctor hall proved hlmself to be; his readiness to as slat in all movements for the public wet fare and his unbounded charity haid c deared him to all sections of tile commiun ity: lie called on Mr J. E. Fenton. M.II. to ...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR CONTEMPORARIES FOUR WARDS PROPOSED. "FOOTSCRAY ADVERTISER." [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914

OUR CONTEM-PORARIES FOUR WARDS PROPOSED "FOOTSCRAY ADVERTISER." Tile opinion is making itself ielt InWest Foatscray teat it would be to tile ad vantage of that portion of the district if it was formed into i fourth warn. It is-contleded that, at resernt. tihe area above \ictoria street receives a eoor re turn for the amount of rates stubscribed by residents but it is hard to-say whether this in s o or not as such a large propor tion of Footscray's revenlue goes for lt'e laymeult of interest u loans-and general iaalntieaalt and administrative' charges. Apart. however. from this aspect we have all along contended that it is high time that soaje alteration of boundaries were made to make thile wards of the city more nearly equal'in size. revenue and popula lion. It is both absurd and undemo cratic to find three tnen from the Middle Wardt represenlting at tihe council table only half as many ratelayers as three mien in the Northl or boutlh wards: L?Ln other words one Middle ward ratepay...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914

MOLES. The name of mole is applied to a. small:spot or tumour of the. skin. It is usually supplied with colour, per haps brown, perhaps red, in excess; it generally risesabove the surface, some times very slightlyd,at otuhers in a little inound or lump, and veiy often it is rendered still more unsightly by an excessive 'development of hair, which may be either very stiff or soft almost like a small furry patch. Oc casionally they may appear late in life, but they are most probably due to some defect that has escaped notice uinitil it has. uncreased considerably in size. The size and distribution of moles vary very much in'different peo pple; they may be quite small, or they may occupy a large surface. When they are small and give little trouble they are best left alone, but when they are so extensive as to be a great dis figurement they should be removed if possible. Eleotrolysis is often success ful when applied to the removal of coarse disfiguring hairs, and in some cases this wil...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COLD BATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914

TILE COLD BATH. If you do not feel warm after a cold bath you had better not take it, for it is doing you nio good. We do not tike cold baths for the sake of clean liness; cold watei- may Wash off- the superticial. dirt, biit it doe not extract the dirt from the pores.' We plunge into cold water solely for its innvgorat ing effect, and. unless we get t':at in vigorating effect from it we had better seek the invigoration in some other -way. OCold water, applied suddenly drives the blood from the skin by. co stricting the capillaries.' It also ad minister~,a.light-shock to the nerves, which ha snh-awakening effect' upon all the musbles, of: the body. ;The, capil aries being closed, the resistance of the blood to the heart pressure is :greater.. - The heart, responds to this resistance by greater effort; it beats more rapidly and with stronger force. The.. blood surges through the body imore swiftly, and forces its . way through the capillaries as soon as the cold that has closed them ...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KICKING HIS MOTOR CYCLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914

KIlO{It( HIS iMOTOR CYCLE. A rather funny story i' related by an eye witnessc. which goes to ]prove that whiae a great cdeal of coed may I?e ex tr:acted frn, a trip abroad. it is possible for eenI lhie bjeal of IleOlil to pick Ilp a point of two ofe another kindl. Tihe story relates to ia cleric, a brand new motor cycle. Ca d an uninterrupted trio out on th. elains of Maidstone. Wheln the eye witl. esc enteredl ol the scene the motor cyvcl, was prone on the ground alnd the cleri, was kiehing it. Another witnese, rather struek with this novel treatment otothe-eycle.-and a-little sorprlied that the foot inflicting such punishment be. -longed to :m??-'wearingthecloth, aeked why he wae- ldoking the 'machine. "Oh, they do it in England." was. the nnen pcted answer. "They what?' querled the eyoe witness., Incredulous. !?!They do it in Enlnni." sanid the cleric again, withi a finality that suggcested that' English pIrcedent should settle the argosunent. Not a little 'amused with the deft:'...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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"PRAHRAN TELEGRAPH." FORECAST OF THE FUTURE. WORKMEN'S WAGES, £6 WEEK. JUST ENOUGH FOR TAXES. LEAVING NOTHING FOR FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914

if -'' t o '"PAMIRAN TELEGRAPH." "From "Figaro" in tht. Barber's tfhop. FORECAST OF .THE FUTURE. 0 WOBKMEN'S WAGES. £6 WEEK--:'"'"? JUST ENOUGH' FORI-TAXES. t 2? - '1 LEAVING NOTHLNG FOR FOOD. 'a - h Audy-Watson ays liea's game to bet even II money tlat lots of Donale's upporters- .p wona'it trouul tomnlselves to go to tile poll Slnest 'lllnrsday, because, they'll think lie's saie. and one vote more or less-won't it count. I l I'm afraid so. too. Many an election i na been lost by over-connlaence. J 0lonnl says some'of hlis supporter'hflave t( oueeul tery imucl annoyed because hlie sup ported tile ureater Mlelbourne Bill,' but it's bound to come. xayoel ho li the ;,uoulevara -aylor tnrougu WYinasuor! tile ti amatlgamatlon of the British ani ulerma f, empires, under the Czar ol itussia,- ant aoe fusion of this pilaet with Olars.,: But that's lno reason why weo sllould uuyiplate Ct glass winuows for thle bouevard in an- n4 Sance, teach the Rtussian lanigige'aein the tatte soieels, and...

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." COUNCIL BUYS A STEAM ROLLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 15 January 1914

S"PORT MELBOURNE STINDA.RD." " COUNCIL BUYS A STEAM, ROLLER., Tle .Port' Melbourne Council ,'lhas pur chased a steam road roller from4the Aus tral Otis Company. With the ooject of seeing the tnew pur chase put through its paces a deputation of the Council, consisting of Cr. A. L. i'age. Mayor, Cr. 0. Sinclair.' and Mr. A. V. Heath, Town Clerk and Engineer. paid a visit recently to the works of the Austral Otis Engineering Co., South Mel bourne. They expressed themselves as satisfied in every way with the roller, which worked with tile utmost smoothnlles. 'she eam: afternoon it was Inspected by a delegation from tie Brunswick Town Colnclil. who passed encomiums on its per formance. Mr. Dodd. manager of the works, in formed the "Standard" representative that tile new roller weilghs li, tons, is capable of developing 35 h.p.. and coits li 1'.. The great feature of the Council's atest, acquisition, of curse. is that it is made entirely by Australln labour from raw material. That is what...

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