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ST. GEORGE'S THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 11 July 1914
ST. GEORGE'S THEATRE. A novel form of entertainment is pre sentedl at St. George's Theatre, Yarra ville, in Mr Ted Russell, a Tyrolean vocalist and Dutch comedlian and the Salome dance, popularised by the ex position of Miss Maud Allen, is to be rendered throughout the week by Miss Freda Cuthbert. In addition a big pro gram of films is announced, including a .1-reel drama "The Murdoch Trial," in which Miss Florence Turner plays a big part.
ARE OUR GIRLS TOO FREE? [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 11 July 1914
ARE OUR QIRLS9 TOO FREE? The question of whether the girls of Australia and New Zealand are allowed too much freedom is raised by the editor of " Everylady's Journal, " and answered in the July issue by Professor Rentoul, Mod erator of the Presbyterian Church of Aus tralia Mr Paris Nesbit, K.C,; Mr Hfiggs, M.I' ;and Mrs Dr. O'Hara. Professor Rentoul does not think that our girls are allowed too much freedom. Mr Paris Nesbit does not think it would be possible to allow them to100 much free dom, and the Federal member for Capri cornia, believes that " a girl should have liberty, providing parents take the trouble to advise of dangers that attend increased liberty." Altogether it is a very incterest ing and profitable discussion. But perhaps even more generally inter esting will be the discussion in " Every lady's journal " of how the Government Egg-laying Competitions are conducted. In this article Mr J. H. Gill, wvhose White Leghorn fowls broke six world records at last year's compet...
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 11 July 1914
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY The annual meeting of the Footscray Horticultural Society will he held in the Masonic Hall, on Tuesday next at 8 o'clock sharp, when it is hoped there will be a large attendance. The business will comprise the report and balanco-sheet for the year ended June 30, 1914, and the election of office bearers for the ensuing year, for which a large number of nominations have been received. Visitors are invited.
PROGRESS ASSOCIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 11 July 1914
PROGRESS AaSSOCIATIONS. On Tuesday evening the recently formed Yarraville Progress Association held its meeting in the Yarraville Hail, but owing to inclement weather the attendance was below expectations only about 20 members braving the elements. A recommendation from the committee, that the various lodges hbe approached with a view to getting a dispensary at Yarraville, was avoraily received and adopted. It was also re commended that the Footscray council take over the Yarraville cricket ground which is at present vested in trustees. Messrs Low, Haslem and Woods report ed that they had interviewed Cr Field ing and asked him to use his influence to that end and received a favorable reply. In view of the small attendance the meeting was adjourned till next Tuesday. At a meeting of the Kingsville, Queensville and Clarendon Progress As sociation held on 20th June, the follow ing omcers were elected :;-President, Mr M. Deizoppo; Vice-Presidents, Messrs R. D. Jones and - I-hunter; Secr...
HAVELOCK TENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 11 July 1914
IHAVEILOCI TENT. Havelock Junior Tcnt I.O.R. mt on Tuesday last, their being a large attend ance. Two new members were initiated. The Superintendent and officers of the Tent presented Bro. I-Iarry Hart, a P. P.C.R., who had just finished fulfilling the different oflices, with a framed cer tificate and photo of himself as a me mento for serijces rendered the Tent. Superintendent Jones has procured for the Tent, free of charge, a game of parlor bowls, and these were used for the first time after the business had been transeacted.
THE JUNIORS. YARRAVILLE BEATS FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 11 July 1914
THE JUNIORS. YARRAVILLE BEATS FOOTSORAY. Time was ,when the meeting of the Foot scray Juniors.and Yarraville was looked forward to Inexpectation of a .stirring con test. But this season junior football in this district has falles to a rather low ebb and although Yarraville, after a depressing start, has risen somewhat above circum stances, the Footscray juniors have failed rather dismally. The teams met at Foot scray last Saturday but the match aroused but little attention. Footscray started pro. misingly scoring a goal within two minutes of the start but Yarraville had all the best of the remainder of the quarter and scored 43 to 2-o. In the second quarter Footscray shaped a little better, and the defence of both sides was good. Yarraville added 2-0 to s-s and in the third term 3-o to s-,. Footscray forwards, by leaving their places lost for their side any chance ofvictory they had, In the final quarter Footscray scored 2-3 to s-s and the game ended with the scores, Yarraville so-4...
GRAND THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 11 July 1914
GRANID TIIEATJE. ---- a -- For six nights the Grand Theatre management will show that magnificent Australian film, The Shepherd of the Southern Cross, said to be the greatest achievement in the history of picture play manufacture, featuring Violet tfrWifrg 's"or!?& the o over Neer aInd depicting the pioneers' despcrate fight against desperate odds. The picture is instructive as well as entertaining.
NOTELETS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 11 July 1914
NOTYELETS: Footscrayltes returned deeply dlsap Dointed last Saturday. They were beaten by Mick Madden, coupled with conslderable hard luck. SThey deserve no sympathy, how over, as they had innuunerable chances which wcre Ifairly thrown away. The. fact of the matter is that It i aa..lnl-tlheir. dlay oUt, and when that s iso there sems uno remedy for it. -As usual. when Footacray play Es sundon, the locals seemed to look for the spot where Mick Madden is ope rtting ilati kick there. The forwards do not seem to realise that it is not for them: to watch the opposing do fenders;, theirs is to get away, so that when the ball is forwarded they aro out in the open to receIve it. In the match against Williamstown, at Footscray, this afternoon, tho tri. color forwards will need to remember thIs. Willitamstown is a fast, clover team, and if Footscray expects to beat ithem they will need to keep moving. Their attack largely depends on Amy. a plalyer who scouts out, and it will Ipay the locals t...
TROCADERO THEATRE. SUCCESSFUL OPENING NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 11 July 1914
T IOCADERO THEA TRE, SUCCESSFUL OPENING NIGHT. The desire to participate at the open ing of a new theatre, coupled with the attraction of a particularly line pro gramme of pictures and *vaudeville turns, was responsible for a rush to the new Trocadero theatre in H-lopkins street. Long before the hour of start ing the building was well filled, later it was crowdedl in every part, and still the people came, about 400 intending pat rons having to be retused admission. The theatre itself was, of course, much discussed, and the general opinion was that it was a delcdiedly cosy place of entertainment, well designed and well built; a credit to Mr A. R. P. Crow, the contractor. The extensive balcony, with seating accommodation for 600 persons, and every seat so placed that its occupant can obtain a clear and un interrupted view of stage or screen was specially admired. The programme, which was even better than promised by the management, was gone through without a hitch and altogether the o...
SOCCER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 11 July 1914
SO&CER. N'orlthuberlanud andu Durham Unit ed visited Middle P'ark Ist Saturday to play the Albert Park Club in the seuond round of the IDockorty Cutp. N. and D. wou the toss and Albert Park kicked olf with the su n u their eyes. Play colummenced fast, but the N. and U. defence geunerally stopped their oppouuents before they becnate dangerous. Owing to a strong side wind all the play was on the Albert Park right wing. The Albert Park outside right was very fast, and some times bueat the N. and D. wing halfl backs, only to tnd Longthorpo clear with little trouble. N. aud U. had ,,t,, ti,otild "hoarI. A 4 lsd%:ivli . :.tsVO., rat timnes stoppled rn1eIins eivd ny".sity. lug the ball, when the wlind carried it back over their lheadtls. The for wards were often within shooting ldis tlnce of goal. but chances were missed and the interval arrived with no goals scored. On re-startIng, N. and D. started at once to take full advantage of the breeze, and soon had the P'ark defence In di...
RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 11 July 1914
RIFLE NOTES. BY ,BULL'S EYE." The above club opened the new year with a shoot for the President's trophy, 7 shots at ý/600 yds. The president (Mr W. H, Cuming) firing the first shot, There was a good muster of members and the shooting was very keen, as the following scores will show. F. Nicholson wins the leg in. The following are the scores:-F, Nicholson 63,7-73; C. Smith 65,5.70; 13. McDonald 64.6.70; R. Arrol 59.11-70; C Upton 66.3.99; Harrison 65.4.69, Kennedy 65.4.69; Joint 63,6.69: J. McKenry 63 4.67; Cropley 62.5 67; W. Stevenson 61.6 67; T. Mastortoun 64.2.66; A. McDonald 55.11 66 The following are the handicaps for to day at 300 yos. Ist Cuming Shield :-T. Mastertoun, J. Mastertoun, 4 ; NW McDon aid, G. McDonald, J. Johnson, R. McKenry F. Nicholson, 5; Harrison, J. N. McDon aid, A. J. McDonald, B. McDonald, J. McKenry, Upton, Stevenson, 6; Croplcy, C. Henderson, C. Moore, 7; lterlowitz, Hagan, Joint, Kennedy, Smith, Grey, 8; A, Henderson, Macaulay, G. McDonald snr., Tannock...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 11 July 1914
SPECIAL NOTICES. El " IIIIUUIWIIIIIIUWIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIU SHigh-Grads TAILORING to Measure Our SStook or f Suitings S Is exten site and we will Strive to please r the most Fastid ious. Tel. 346 Fey. i H RY rI1ULDOON ob108Nicholson 5tfootscraw Fo il M ll lllllll 1111 11111111111111U tnll I 120 Nicholson Street, Footscray. (noxt. National Bank) Alex. Doherty has opened as Confectioner and Paatryoook Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes. Soft Drinks Pastry Fresh Daily. 45. W. G. SHEPHERD CATERER, " Roseville," 85 Paisley Street, Footecray, Crookery and Catering Re quisites on hire. Tenders for Weddinig lreakfasts, Banquets, SooialsGarden Parties, Picnics, Smoke Nights to. Up -to-dnto Plant. Bost recosnmendations. Tenders any dintrict. Phone, 278 Footecray. L. Seeger, Pastrycook & Caterer, Late Foreman for J. E. Hooker and Co., Swanston Street Bega to announce to thel Residents of loots oray and surrounding Districts that he has purchased the w-ll-known blusiness in Nic* holson Street l...
LACROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 11 July 1914
LACROSSE. W'ith barely sullicient milaterial front which to choose it teaIm It wits cx pected that Footscray would have to extend themselves to the utmost to defeat Coburg last. Saturday. Coburg have not yet won a match, but in the opening of the mlatcll of the season. lootscray only defeatedt them by ;; goals. The locals Ihave Improved wonderfully since then, antid demon strated the fact by throwing .10 goals, and easily preventing the visitors front scuring. Cobutrg were weaker than when the teams previousl.v umet, and dtid not take long to realise that they wo'tld he outclassed, for after the lirst lquarter they concentrated aIll their energy In defence, leaving the Foonteray tdefenders for the most part wiith not enough to do to keep warm. The match was ratiher too one sided to be, interest lug, the local ''at itacks'" (whose "shooting" iwas not too ccuirate) .enjoyfing the novelly ot doing all the work, a change that. was much appreciated. Goat-throwers, for Footsecray: Leonard...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 11 July 1914
OBITUARY. There were many expressions of regret when it became known on Saturday last that Mr. W. E. Cordell, a well known resident had passed away the previous evening at his residence, Geelong road, at the age of 71 years. Mr. Cordell complained on Friday afternoon last of not feeling too well and about 5 o'clock went home and lay down for a few hours. Later it was found that he had passed peacefully away. The funeral which took place on Sunday afternoon was largely at- tended. The members of St. John's Lodge were present in large num- bers, as well as a large number of personal friends and members of kindred societies. The Masonic service was conducted at the graveside by Wor. Bro. Snadden, W.M., assisted by Bro. J. T. Baglin, chaplain, with V. Wor, Bro. W. L. Flewellen, P.P.B.B., as director of ceremonies. The pall-bearers were Cr. A. McDonald, Messrs T. Wil- liams, D. Bayley, H. Riley, J. Francis and W. Gallant. The burial service was conducted by Rev. J. T. Baglin. The remains...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914
SPECIAL IOTICE.B, lI IIIIIIIIIUllllltIlllllll iltllM11 SHigh-Grade TAILoRING to Measure Our Stook of Suitings l Isexten sive and we will Strive = to please the most Fastid- - ious. Tel. 34-6 F'cy. 1-1E R'Y ____ 1 aULDOON 108 Nicholson St Footscra' = 111 IIIIIIIIUlil II I u l t11111111 1111 11111 111111 11111 I 12o Nicholson Street, Foot?cray. (next National Bank) Alex. Doherty has opened as Confectioner and Paatrycook Tobaccos, Cigars and Gigarettes. Soft Drinks .' Pastry Fresh Daily, W. G. SHEPHERD CATERER, "Roseville," 85 Paisley Street, Footscray. Crockery and Catering Requisites on hire, Tenders for Wedding Breakfasts, Banquets, Sooials,Garden Parties, Picnics, Smoke Nights to. Up-to-date Plant, Beat recomnmendations. Tenders any district. Phone, 278 Footscray. The State Savings Bank of Victoria. (Guaranteed by the Government of Victoria) A branch of The State Savings Bank is now open at SUNSHINE. Those who are already depositors in the State Saving ]Bank may have their accounto...
ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914
ATIILETI CS. To day the Foolscray Harriers' are hold ing a mile race at the Western reserve, the lollowing are the handicaps :-D. Junner, scr. ; V. E. Paul, H. Blick, 15 yds; L. Rooke, R. Berry, Hugh Blick, 25 yds; G. Afossop, i. 'aregreen, 30 yds; T. Drayton, C. Crawford, R. Ross, I. Rippon, J. Murphy, R. Price, T. Sharp, J. Deans, 75 ,ds; C. Collard, R. Cormack, H. Camp ell, E. Hargraves, A. Betts, 85 yds; R. Shaw, HI, Hunter, M. Lorrigahan, P, Wade, oo yds; D. Dailey, R,. Richardson, M. Dobble, rto yds; W. J. Whitney, II. Stokes C. Lee, G. Lewis, R. H. Meighan, 30o yds. The above to meet at the old pavilion gate at 2.45 p m. and wear club colors.
COURSING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914
GOURSING. SBY "TRIER. " The Footscray club held their 3rd successful meeting last Saturday in the form of a pIulP)Y stake, 16 puppies at £212/- each and an All age 16 dogs at £2/2. The pupy stake was won by J. E. Orr's (N.S.) Lady Kyogle trained to perfection by the Ogden Bros. well known to the coursing world as men that know their business. Some very fine trials were witnessed. Miss Dodd of Melton, donated a beautiful silver cup to winner. Mr W. E. Palmer's Golden Blot was runner-up. About 200 were Ipresent, despite Grand National day, which shows coursing has gone ahead in this district. The Veteran Stakes 16 A.A. was won by Mr M. Sheehan's, Miss La Trobe, and. as the same bitch won our Cham pion Stake last month, this shows she is a clinker, although the runner-up, Mr A. J. IHegarty's Peggy H1. ran her very close and rellects credit on her trainer, Mr R. Byers, of Yarraville. The sport on the whole was excellent, Mr Mat Carberry again officiated as judge and gave every satisfact...
RIFLE NOTES. BY "BULL'S EYE." [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914
* RIFLE NOTES. BY "BULL'S EYE." The above club's shout on SLatlrdlay last was the 1ht Cuminig Shield, 11 shots at 300 yards. A cold rear wilnd made- things anythlug but pleasant. There were over 30 mnembers shooting, which was of a high order. A. 31'Don ldh won the leg-in. The following arel the top scores:-. A. M'Donlald, 1;3 (7) 70; Kennedy, 6( (5) 70; J. Mlasler Ioon, 66 (4) 70; Crolley, 115 (5) 70; .1. Johnson, ;65 (5) 70;dJ. Joint, 62 (S) 70; T. Mlastlrtoun, 05 (-I) 0iu; Urey., 1l ($) 09; Ml'Ewan, 57 (12) (1;; t'tton, (i2 (()l tiS; .1. M']Dontldt, til (t) J07; S Ilth, DD (8) 17; Berlowltz, 59 (StI (7; Arrol, 57 (10) (17; A. J. 31'Dunald, (ie (GI ;00; c;. M'Dounald, il (5) ti3; A. lobisona, 513 (10,1 til; Mortimer, 52 (14) t0t. On Sattirday there will be it teans' match. A toam: T. . lra stertotu, J. 1aster totn, J. Johnson, G. Ml'Donald, A. .1. M'Donald. It teain 3. N. M'Donald, N. M'Donald, Kennedy, Upton, Itarri son. C team: Joint, .'IKenry, li. 3t'Donald, IMacaulay, Smith. D...
GLUCOSE WORKS AND DRAINAGE THEREFROM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914
GLUCOSE IVORlKS -----~ AND DRAINAGE TIEREFROM. At Monday's council meeting the health ollicer (Dr. Webb) reported that lie had, as requested, visited the glu cose works and found that the outer husks of maize had been deposited on the roadway. The chambers. -had proved defective, but as the stuff was valuable, no doubt this would soon be remoedied. The roadway between Blarnet Glass and the works was in a deplorable condition,, and required attention. Cr. Drew: 1 move that the report be received, and that the company be asked to remedy the nuisance. Cr. Shillabeer: This product being of commercial value, we should be cau tious. We don't want them to be a nuisance, but at the same time we do not wish to hamper them. The report was received. The surveyor, in lreply to enquiries, stated that it would be necessury to spend £20 to connect the road drainage in the vicinity with the main pipe running to the river; Cr. Johnson: I move that the work be done. Cr. Shilllabeer: Well, I:: oppose....
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914
IN MEMORIAM. LOSA-In sad and loving memory of our doar and only brother, James, who died (suddenly) at Shlppard streol, F'ootecray, on tho 17th July, 1905, heere is a hllk diLath caollllot sever. I'oil( relllr e;?rla e last floreer. -Irsoerttd by his loving oisters Mrs E J. lirkill. Shoppard bt oet; Alrs G, Arthur, Wildluor street, Footscray. LAA\ pE[R?r-- n loving mmonnry of our dear daiulhtor and istler Lily Eliza who died onthe 17th July, 1911. Thllogh lost to sight, to ilemory dear. -Inserted by hor fathllr, mutherbrotlor and oiater (Percy and 1Maulo ) FOlIiEN,--n loving ninniory of my doar Iludband and my loving fatlhsr, Josenh 1'. den, who I)passed away iat; "ltoso Vill, "8'P'aisloy btreot, Footacray, July 19tl, 1!)12. Aged 73 yearo. Not got f|rolll llsllory, sltt gollt e lroll ]o e, Bu1t golne to ou.r Ilathler's Iollle albo e. lHeit ill tIhs Sas iosr, Hsreott reVst, Tlhey islnss Jil InOAt lhos loated 3Olt best. -Itsllrtel by Ihi loving wife and son, E. ., and A. V. i, Fodeni....