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ESSENDON POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
ESSENDON POLICE COURT -4--7- - Beofore Dr. t artoll (chairmanJ D. Urllam.m I" ' o -P. '. -?ouuf, Onntl r. 'The court ats u Rlevisiou' Court for tlhe Molbourun iforth and Melbourne West Provinlces of tile Legislative Council. Thu three registrars. Messrs. I. Shattoek '(As cot Valel. 0. 0. L. Marrison (Moonen Ponds), and W'. M. Jewkes (Essendon), all appeared and produced the rolls for re vision. There was only one alteration. viz., one struck off the Melbourne West roll. A11l the rolls were certifieol to. .
Pure Food Prosecution. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
Pure Food Prosecution. Ilspoctor Molli, ilnspector under the Pure Food .Act, v. Edwin G. Dodkins, charge that on the 13th November, at liroadmeadows, he improperly packed all il.n-ttmg milk can lid with wadding. )efendLant pleaded not guilty.' Inspector Mellis deposeo that the in formant had told him, at tho court door that he was not the manager of Gladstone Para estate at the time of the olehce lefendant had not taken any notice of the summons to inform the departmenOt. Defendant's name still appeared in 'the books of the Agricultural Department, as the manager of tiladstone Park, and the transler should have been made.- On 13th November he found a hi-quart can at Olencer street station with alln Improperly packed lid. The milk was unfit for human aonsumptloo on account of beiup ?iacked with wadlding. le seized the milk. T'loe regulations prevented the use of Ipacking of any kina. Delendant gave-evidence on oath., stat lug that he relinquished his-niatagemeit a month previously.' ...
Light-weight Fish. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
Light-weight tsli. fetgeanit Iessnetl V. George el?liffolill. c:harge of heiog Isound ill possesslon o liht-weight fish. Sergeant Ilennelt deposed that oil doil. lay; 4th Jnuoary. with Constablo Lane, lIe saw acueoed at thie -,aribyrnong riser lshing. Foutnd several under-weitllt filh on accused, two emnall ones Ilasinas uiboo stowed ill acct?sed's loctet. 'flirec fish out of 9 wore short wIeight. The fi h .etaighed dow tot 2l ounocen. Con?t?ble Laon corroborated. F~iordl £2. Coltstisthc ,.lag .. dcli t lccto, chll'ic (if heing found in ipo ssesioti of light-weicht c ou Zlt Dceioer. Cci t role LoLogY deoisedl tic ilodill?g utohsle sieiglit bhlcliltIh aill| ICrc it- h tCuted'd hlttset. Accused so. ld Ie caullglht t he lsll it Diggers' lent Flood 40 _
HON. W. A. WATT [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
HON. W. A. WATT From "The Patriot." It was back in 1895 that it fell to *my lot to meet William Alexander Watt for the first time. ieo was one of the debating team of the North Melbourne branch of the A.N.A., fighting its way througk the first tournament debate. I was one of another team which fought the final debates against North .Melbourne and was beaten; but that is another story. Just about that' time some, leaders of social reform" were fighting what seemed a hopeless battle against the late Snaturday night. The Rev. A. 11. Edgar was one of them, and Ihe said, 'There is a young man at North Mel bourne who helped us at our meeting there. tlo will be heard beyond North Melbourno before his work is done." The young man was W. A. Watt. The elolrt to abolish the: ate Saturday rnrrt; c lbourne showed his ateadiness of purpose, when most of those who were in the early nmovement had either tired or passed away, by passing a measure through Parliament which swept the latf Saturday nigh...
BROADMEADOWS SHIRE COUNCIL Thursday, 15th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
BROADMEADOWS SHIRE COUNCIL Thursday, 15th January. P'resent :-T'lhe Pre.ident (Cr. IbbL). andd. Cre. Halil. Cargill. Mclean. Jones,, Cas rodus and Orrt " . , " Correspondene .. . From W. 1. Walsn,i Broadmoadows, ten dering his resignation as inspector of sltilaglter lyarns as Irom Ist January. 1914. - Lihu resignatiou of Constable Wala?h waa atecutpted,t antd Colnstable lyian was up Ipointod to tlie position. from J. E. Fenton. R.U.B., forwarding tile lllowineg letter Iromn te P'ostmaster I;elcr.al' i Llpartmelt: - "'Adverting to ollr relpreselli:ttions relative to the com ihalislt Iby thelu shire ecretary, ltroadinelladl Oiws. regardtllg UllSatilsf;ctory workillg ef tile local teleplhone litne. 1 Ieg to illforl .ttl :lllrotal llt aeet given for a new runak tlle to ItI erected Ietween IBroadl meadouws and .elbloure, irand instruoetions tiro being iseued accordingiy.-ltecelvet From .:. MO. Htunter. Fuooteray. slttine ot-f ie good one. cleanll, antd in good order. Ru etggested also th...
NOTES BY THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
NOTES LY , THE WAY ' By "Observer." It is proposed by Mr. Watt that steps be taken to abolih?tlltat type of bye-lec sion in connection with which he was. ro cently called upon to face the electors ot Essendom.- On the occasion previou? to this, when li e didte same t0ing, Itr lo as a Mlinister, and his constituents re-elected him, and on 1th January. just beoausp'he hlad bee a lew days without a portfoliol ir. Watt had "to do .It all over again. 'this seems an unnecessary and unrtiled for pienalising of a public man as regatas expense. and worry, neither is "iteasy'~to see in what manner the political infer ests of tile country arc served ly it. ,As a matter,of fact elections of any eorttre a species of public nuisance. and s:'jile thora of them is by no means desiraWble. they disorganiieo businoess. create ilL-setl ing in a good many quarters, and wllloe the campaign is in progress furnish 'a ,' pie for those loquacous "gores" we mbtd in train and tram. It is to he hoped the Crown ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
TO LET. LARGE Room. double windows. bgood position. suit business lady, or workroom. Z. Glarke's Agency. Moonee Ponds. SITUATIONS WANTED. GARDEN WORK WANTED, day or con. traot: post-card will bring me to any ad. dress. James Sharples., practical gardener 'Fulwood." Carlyle ores., Moonee Ponds. WANTED Jobbing Gardening, life ae Ierienee, dsay or dintraet. John Potts, 57 Hoddle street. Euendon. SITUATIONS VACANT. WANTED, Woman to de Washing. 60 Middle street. Ascot Valo. GIRL. you?e. wanted daily, liht duo ties. Apply Fridlay Mrs. Richardson, 40 Ioddle street, Essendoa. WANTED. Young Lad. mornings and. S~PHine IN..G,)r. D Aealn. Eaaendou. ":IOUSE-PARLOURMAID required. Pro.t testant,.relerences mnornings. Sydenthans Loedge. next Holzces road railway gates. GIRL wanted, for Darning iand Mending. 13 Elizabeth street, Moonee Ponds. FOR SALE. . WHITE Leghorn - Pllets, laying and" killing fowla., cheap. F. Jackson, 180 Pas coo Vale road. Moonee Ponds. BEDSTEAD. double: also large Cot. nicke...
HUMOROUS ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
HUMOROUS ITEMS 1-777 Shoe"Ho?e can he ever. hope to-win 'i woinni's ;love, wlien he .wers such whiskers?" He: "He grows-them as a forlorn hope. after seeing the way she fondled her Skye terrier." "There are some parts of your speech that I find hard to understand." "Point 'em out," replied the great stateman, "and I'll rewrite the other portions. I intended the entire speech to be that way.' "Am I the only woman you ever loved?" "Oh, no," he answered,. promptly; "you are the sixth." "The sixth !" she exciiimed, puddenly re lieving.his shoulder of the -weight of her head. "Yes," he said, coldly, "there were five before you--my mother; an aunt and three sisters." And thereafter. she endeavoured to be more specific when she asked ques tions. 'Stole any. chickens this week, Brudder Jones!" -asked the searching class leader of a" weak-kneed brother., "No, sah, t'ank do Lord," was the reply. "You'se done well," `said the leader and passed on. Brudder Jones turned to his classmate and whis...
SMOKE AND ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
SMOKE, AND ELECTRICITY.1' Elcttricity appeared as a solution fot tio sllmoke( roblemh n ill a recent dlemolnstra tiull. Tie stmoket-abathicg appliance re ilroted tile oct from 900 cibic feet ol smlolke ;a lllltntO it ; total (ost of aboul a pellnny a day for oeperntion. lThe etiot of tihe aIp:paratusi cOlnsists ill precipitatini tihe solid particles in tile nmoke by mean of a IIowerfuli electric current. -tllt it: irllentioln is mased on the fact that One third to one-hla f o the solid matter it Hlanic) froll llleltnetillg frn;e? eoll nist if Iparticle, of ir?n oxide Electrical cur rent is apllplied to the smoke by mea, ins o a n'i hr onc m ilironygh it nomber f tsnn]l pilme. placed at thle top of tle chimney 0o that tile smtok most piose throngi tlhetl. A?s.ooml "e tmhe electricity is turnolm on tile small tarticles floating in tllt noko are cllanged to large particlet hcllflil back intlo at bitll byi their owr ,ei-" I Its :llleation it not confined Ioteveer. to smelting furnaces. ...
REMEDY FOR GLARING LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 22 January 1914
,REMEDY FOR (;LAIINiG LItiIT. A novel device hlrs recntly lxeel pier fecteit for overcolllilg thle dlarier frumt glare in motor-car hleadhglts. Thib lde Vice consists of i r.ack of aluminiuml dates plfceP l behind the mlain glass and in front of the lens and burner. These plates are placed horizontally, nee above the other about o?leigalhth of a inchll ipart, eld lave their lower onrfaces highly polished ond their rirpper surfaces i'ainted it dead black. Thie effect is thlat fronm a distallcn of :at 150 yds, tile fill light is scen wsithout any apparent shad ing. but as the car appiroaches, tihe light and glare become weaker anld weaker; tultit, wslic aI few yards sirway, iottiirg carn Ire e?en blit i faint grey glow.