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JUNIOR FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

JUNIOR .FOOTBALL. Williamstown defeated Footscray on the Williamstown Cricket Ground by 14.21 to 1.6. Footscray rlied sove 'al now men. The game, although not Indicated by the scores, was fairly well contested, Footscray con tinually worked the ball forward, but failed to score. Footecray's goal kicker was S. Hood. Footlcray's best were Kelleher,' .Hughes, l-od (2), and Willmott. Yarraville, 8.8, and. North Mel bourne, 7.5, provided one of the best games of the season. Silver Stars, 8,12, v. Somorhills, 3.5, on the latter's ground, -Best ilayers for the winners were J. Tre zise, C, Gorman, 1B, Barley, and C. Growl. Goal-kickers: Noonan, Cherry, and Smith, Best players for Solier hills: Taud, H. Watkins, and linglo holy. Goal-kickers: Pole (2), and T. JWaklns. 66th Infantry defeated 63rd (East Melbourne) on the -local ground last Saturday, Scores-66th, 11-16 ; 63rd, 2-2. Goal-kickers for locals Redmond 3, Phelan 2, Charles 2, White 2, Em merson and McLeay. To-day 66th meet 64th on th...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

The mayor (Cr Drew) has, during his term of office, visited many town-halls in other suburbs and has doubtless par taken of the hospitality of many brother mayors. And like many per sons, whose experience goes beyond Footscray, he has arrived at the con clusion that as regards office accom modation and mayors' rooms, this dis trict is far behind many far less im portant municipalities. Consequently he has hinted that a few pounds might be spent in making more comfortable the mayor's room at the local town hall so that prominlout visitors who are entertained therein may not leave with the impression that Footscray is a poverty-stricken locality. But he must be careful. There are abroad. those who constantly whine that Footscray cannot spare any money for such luxuries as a decent looking town hall, comfortable municipal chambers or mayor's room ; street trees or gardens. According to their melancholy creed nothing in that direction must. he done until every little street has been cha...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTELETS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

NOTELE£TS. T'he great test. Footseray v. North Melbourne. Trial of strength at Footsvray this afternoon. tGiven line weather, there should be a record to Witness the meeting. Opinions differ us to the merits of the two teamsn , but the writer has 110 doubt that if Footscray plays the game as tley can play it, they will not. only win, but win comfortably. There must, however, be lno lost chances; there must be no throwing away of goals through foolish broaches of the rules, and, above all, there muslt be plenty of dash. Yet, it must not be disorgaulsod rushing, but-rather dash that hab' in it that elemeut of coolness and jutlgiment that assures good results. ,Some teams in their anxiety to play the Last game run around like sheep that have gone astray, without motive or des lign. That sort of thing will not beat a team lile North Mel bourne. The need will be for quick ness of action, quickness oI decision, and absolute suLreess in every move made. Last Saturday's defeat somewhat disa...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE COURT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

POLICE COURT NEWS? At the local court on Thursday Lawrence Edward Sheahan was charged with stealing one night dress and one chemise, valued at 7/6, on July loth. Sub-Inspector Shaw prosecuted and Mr Woodfull appeared for defendant who pleaded guilty. Annie Kearney stated that she was houso keeper at the Railway Hotel, the articles named belonged to her and were missed from off the line on Friday. She asked accused if he took them and he said no but would pay for them. The arlicles were valued at 7/6. Plain-clothes Constable Davis stated that he made enquiries and defendant called at the police station. Defendant said that if he took them he must have been very drunk. He went to the hotel and defend ant gut the stolen property, He was then a little under the influence of drink. Mr \Voodfull said that his client had taken some drink that night and did not know what he was doing when he took the things and asked that he be treated as a first offender. A fine of 0o/- was imposed defenda...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. FOOTSCRAY DEFEATS WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

NOT?~S BY "HAL'F FORWARD." FOOTSCOIAY DIFEATS WIL LIAMS'TOVN. The most pleasing and satisfactory feature about b'ootscrays' perforUl unce lust t?alturday. whou, for tihe segond time this seasou, they defeat ed the smantirt \Williastown team, was the form displayed by three foot balters, who for weeks previously had been performaing disappointigly, The three were C'larke, Silence and Briese, a lirst-elass trio when in good going order, as they proved to be larst Saturday, 1it was satisfactory, too, to tind that the recriminations that followed the Esseadon defeat were accepted at their true worth, or recog ulsed as the excusable outlbursts of men u the hour of aln unexpected re verse, andlit that lc players took the flold as of yore, as a happy family, determining to win and bring in creased renown to a district they have so worthily replresented. 1a ter, whose knee is proving more stubborn th;an expected, was btill an absentee, and McClusky, Law son and Pain were out. Their iplaces ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WATTLE DAY. THE FOOTSCRAY MOVEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

IVATTLE DAY. rIHE FOOTSCRAY MOVEMENT At a meeting held at the Town Hall on Wednesday evening, the Mayor (Cr Drew) presiding, it was unanimously decided that a wattle club should be formed, and Sep tember tat was set apart for the sale of wattle in aid of the funds of the proposed creche, During the evening the Mayor stated that the Lord Mayor of Melbourne had rung up the Mayoress (Mrs Drew) that day and had informed her that if the Foots cray committee persisted in conducting a wattle day campaign in opposition to the Melbourne city movement he would pre vent them from obtaining supplies of wattle, would block them from selling on the local stations, and- also send out girls to work against the Footscray effort. This was considered so extraordinary that a suggestion was made that two of those present consult with the Lord Mayoron the matter, but the idea was not accepted, the meeting deciding to make their own ar rangements. Ilowever, a new aspect of the casa is now presented; the L...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

SPECIAL NOTICES, WILLIANMS -THE SHOEMEN Otherwise known as 'The Firm that does things' have just bought For Spot Cash All the LOCK, STOCK and BARREL of the Exhibition Boot Company Prty. Limited of 142-144 Nicholson-stre.et, Footscray. To celebrate the event with Eclat WE, i.e. WILLIAMS THE SHOEMEN Are now holding a BIG BOOT BOOM when the whole of the stock of Boots and Shoes will be sold at Prices too small to CAST A SHADOW. In addition to this, the House of WILLIAMS THE SHOEMEN. with branches in Ballarat, Ben digo, Yarraville, Williamstown, Windsor, Newmarket, Ararat, Daylesford, Hamilton, Horsham, Maryborough, St. Arnaud, Sta well, Warracknabeal, and Rain bow, believe in giving the CASH BUYER a preference over the Credit Cus tomer, and will- introduce their COUPON SYSTEIM by which every customer will receive a coupon for every six pence spent. With these coupons you will be able to secure a nice present for the home in the shape of crockeryware, etc., etc. COLLECT " COUPONS NOWV b...

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EUCHRE PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

EUCHRE PARTY The euchre party and dance held in the Federal Hall on Monday night in aid of St. Monica's school improvement fund, proved a great success. The ladies concerned, Miss Fitzgcrald, Mrs Clafty, Mrs Mills and Mrs Cashmore who worked so assiduously are to be congratulated upon their efforts to serve the fund.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LOOP LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

THE LOOP LINE. Thall good old perennultti, "t'he looL .lioe," Was again loltlioned a . Mou dtiy's co?linll.I ioetl |lng, when Mr. \ arde, 1.1I,..\., wrii g lon beallllf of Mes 'rs. W. II. I ieldlhg, . I,('., 1. ., inltlii, M.I,..It ., ianld ll ltmstlr'l. s lat old Itlll i te l v I ol lllw (t m nt i ilonellt Wt't1 110 tIlelli [llwu'tl Ih' t illl dtll 'llll'lt were willing to Imetl Ite udtdlifae Inlerls inter'eslted l tdllscuss lth Ito pose1d ll-,se of the loop lline. On lthe tllon of ('I. Jlllihnsot ll et, ellirs iire to er I hnlked f'"r ('r. Fielding: It is ehvident tl cmu ll ssioltiers dio no st wish ito reogt' se Tc( vtulll tll in tlhe ntallr at iall. 'l'hey wish I, deal direct with lho tunl t-i fi" li'vr'rts. IIiwever', I will move that the tIit.S ll meet i 'lie I l -Iufutl uters lnI been slint, nld lantherl £i()) \Vouldh 'ilitllthh l I Ie lt Sne o th1Il II colll Ite ilI( to somlii prtaelicti use, Cr. .?1'lhnnllh: I IIIu, pleasure in se? o ldi g tihllt. The ltotiil w\s itgeteld t...

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BRAYBROOK COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

ORA YBRO.OK COUNCIL Thie wind blew bleak and cold acros's the plains on Monday, but notwith standing there was a good muster of councillor's at their monthly meeting. Those present were; Urs. M'Kiay (chairluan), lHopkins, ltobiuson, Der ham, 5M'Lagan, Hlarrison, Misson, Opie, Munro anld Peunell. The maunagement of the lleathertton Sanatoritm wrote notifying the coun cil that Its contribution of £1/13/8 was due.--teceived. The town of Coburg stated that it had nolilateld C'r. E. Cash for it seat on the Illectious Diseases lhoard, and asked for the council's support. The i'ootscray and Northcote Coun elli wrote likewise, stating fhlat their nomlncees were C'. .r. Pearnce- Inutl Ur. Donis, anild oil t.ho motiont of Ci'. Rlobinson, it Owias agreed to support Cr. 'eaLre' . Noyes Bros. stated that they had it tar-spraylng machine for sale,-l-e ceived, Mark Paine stated that his proper'ty was still vatlued uL £158. It had been decided to reduce it to £150, but this had not been done. The v...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

If it's a GOOD PAIR of SHOES you are looking for, Call at SWANN'S Cornerof SHOE STORES. NICHOLSON & BARKLY STS. They will Serve you Well. And at Swan Streot, Richmond; i6 lPuckl'.Street, Moonee Ponds ; 79 Sydney Road, Brunswiok. Watch this Space For Punshon& Co's SALE End of Month. A. H. SMITH, Manager. You will a New Suit and an Overcoat for the Winter and you cannot do better than let W. J. McCANN, PRACTICAL TAILOR, Measure you. -Ie has a Choice Selection of the Season's Goods which you will be pleased with. His Address ls 33 PAISLEY STREET, (Next Footscray Club) -- Ladles' Costumes a Speciality.- Have you tried STEWART S It is Delioious. Try one to day. Splendid Cure for Indigestion. rice 3d per loaf. FAMILY GROCER & PROVISION MERCHANT. Phone go Footscray. WHITEHALL STREET. Try our Thistle Brand Flour, Wood, Coal & Coke, Ironmongery, Brushware, Crockery Local agent for Cumihe, Smith & Co.'s Charcoal, 1/6 bag, reduction for quantities, The t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

S'ECIAL NOTICES. DENTIST T. Gough HAS REMOVED TO -Corner of Hopkins & Nicholson Sts. (Over Shaw s, Grocers, P. E. SAINSBURY, By.Exame, Molb. Universit Dental Surgeon 5 Leeds Street, Footscray. GOLD INLAYS, CROWNS, BRIDGES & Miss. M. SMITH, COSTUMIERE, 85 Charles Street, Footaoray (End of Victoria street) Country Customers Special Attention. Latest Styles. H.E. Caldecott & Son, No. 86 NICHOLSON STREET, Footscray, Sworn Valuator, Property Salesmen. Money to Lend,. Large or Small Sums Easy Re-payments. Rents Collected. Insurances Effected. Teleuhone-Footscrav No. 36 Roll Up! Roll Up Saleeba Bros. Are now holding a Special Winter SALE All Ladies' and Children's Clothing going at Sacrificing Prices. Men's and Boys' Mercery cut down to lowest possible prices, COME EARLY, Saleeba Bros. 8, 5, 7 HOPKINS STREET FOOTBORAY. Branches-67 Errol Street, North M1elbourne & 324 Smith Street Collingwood. George E. Edwards, Painter, Paperhanger, Grainer and Signwriter. w...

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U.F.S. DISPENSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

U.F.S. DISPENSARY. TIu i3011 ianniversary of the fouln dathon of thie lsttlulion was celebrat ed by a euchre party nlld musical evening lu the RIoyni Hall lodge-room on the I1th l sl:t. The function proved, as usual, a thorunghly enjoyable and successftul one, and although a better attendance ohe e e of ie ineibers of the cont. Inittee could have been wished for, still lihe gatheriug was of a thoroughly represenltative character, Amongst Ihose pDesent asn visitors were Dr. It. J. Fullerton and Dr. Lord, both of whllom, having recenilly .ettled il our mild.s, tool the opportulnity of unlkilg their iirst. bow to the. local dibpensa"ry columittee, 'Teh president of the U,I'?M. DlIspenlisarles' Conference, BIro. D)unean, tlho .nresldeuts of. Port ,Mel i?ournlo nud li(chlllond Dlspenlsaries, also honored the gathering with their presence, In tlho absence of, the pro sildent of the F'ooltsray DisDonsary urni. Ju. 'ilt'liel/lei lllrellbgl UISIIUtalp lio:J, l'.1'. Iro, \V., hllilalul illet ...

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FOOTSCRAY HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

FOOTSURA Y HOI'lI CULTURAL SOCIETY. Tile eighth ail nulll eittlilg o11 f the abotve socetly was held it the M3asonic Iltlll on 'I'iesiiaV eveninig; .11' r. .. lll 'esonll IiCet'-llpresident ill ih chait'. There was' i In f'li' atelln l'1 N l,, ; ,1a1 . III laying Iefort mlbt' 'er. t brit ef Leportll thle pii' it c tli s of the so 'ily I'tl the oar endeii t'd . tI~ 1 lilnt. Ild-I, lthe c(' llnilllto has l asIl ate I ni tai llig that 11t1 s ti'tely lihs nlllw e 'lltie d pol lt'ht ,al year of its exittlence-- pots11 ' ly h11e lot;; e l ulni1 hokl'tent, period I lii t t o ciely of aI like nature ha s I'recorlded i (hie list lich, ail alt holua Ih not ply rllpi tilllt p llro ,lpet s loll irL4 I ou n gi l litantd h ne l. is l still mtaintain:: its lilsition li ichlltllly, the cl eari ' closing with it credit hillallc of thclose 1li1 C1O:ll . It Ios we( l a ah lll e i'y finel dlthlvndollf cci its ho itte nit, 1513 littIe) elli t' ttii 'i's I i\\'e lilnt ill b l d lurllng tlI y I cll lW etl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGINEER'S SALARY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

ENGINEER'S SALARY. At the conclusion of the ordinary business of the Jranybrook Counell on Monday last, Mr. IAndrews, the shire secretary, stated that (th busluess of the shire watt increasing very fast. The revenue had doubled during the past few yeanrs, while this year's. receipts ulp to date were about £6000. TIlIta led up to aln application for an licrease of. a?lllry, so that he could Provide extra assistance, Ilie hadro fratiued froni iaking while the shiro was In debt, but, now it was pros porous, thouight he should got thocon slderatlon he deserved. Cr. M3'Kay: It only seein' fair that lie shllould get an inrease. Cr. lRobinson: 1 Ithink the way we are going allead the secretary is en tltled to more, seeing there Is so mluch doing at.the piresent, - I move that he get £50 a year Increase, Cr, Munro seconded, Cr., tple: Notcep of motion should lave been given. This has beun sprung on ull, and It should have been tabled to give all the councillors a chance to be present. Cr. 1...

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PROPOSED FERRY. ACROSS THE SALTWATER RIVER. TO CONNECT FOOTSCRAY AND ESSENDON. THE COUNCIL IGNORANT OF ITS POWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

PROPOSED FERRY. --- 4~-`~-~ ACUROSS TILLE SALTWATER 1IVE\'I .l TO CONNIECT FIOOTSCiAY AND ENUSENDON. 'TL[x7 COUNCUII IN(yl.RANT O1 ITS ['O\\'UI\'a. M r. "Ol'trls, I resideit itof Yl irr'villo, who lhas c'intlutlted ai f'erry ii Spout wood nlldter Ia nige1ieltot \\ith Illt 1ellbourne Harbor Trust for alltly years, had alt idea of erecting I?ladi g stages- oil I10 ,4ltWivltLatr ivter tIt the uad of Ntcllholson-street, Willsi I(ho \tie\\ of running i? di thly ferry to link ult ltootserIy witnh Eseldon. In view (io' that proposal lhe reltilsteld Ihe I'toot sc??ay CouIncil to 11110\1t ll t iI to tel't I laldillg stage oel theitr htlaud, and itso asked assistalll'e ill prevel'tintg )per)int oteic boattuell from utilising Ii. lFroui the previous nmootlig theo totti cll deputed the town clerk to llultk elllul'tries.l thelr position inll th11 nit tor, but the plroblem was no inetieit' solution on Monday last, whll'e the iluestoil lagain calue onl for disc'ussion. (Cr. Jollhnioe1: 1 consIder ...

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INFECTIOUS' DISEASES HOSPITAL. LARGE SUM INVOLVED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

INFECTIOUS' DISEASES HO SPITAL. LAtL(kJ' SUM3 ItN'o1A\'ttI, Amonoug'st cLrrieuo'io.uij loiice I',' coltedl bjy the 11iiybrou3ok Coutcl oil Monday lat Illl, waiu it letter IrcoI11 III(! Quele's 3lonioi'lnI I'oeel tuu. tJisua-t i Ilospitt, noiftrying that the shlire \1-a' indebtedct to that iualiiuutio n the sumi of £577S'/S/-, and a- nied I (at aulu :ctlon silhoutld be tatkon. (Cr. I'ooIieil: WI' 'louthill a linililIl a 1'oulouitlcll to sec Itic ilhe lople oil ha I 0 har.ll hldren (here, and ask Them'~.: 1I11( t1 t, Ajudiros ('dii i' secret au'3 Thei Iioeil' 11114 would 11e ('or this couInIcil Ill 10t1 (he coiltltl.0*e of thelc hospjiii l. (I r. 31'OLie: Thile (;V0'lllI pally lit (ioI'ir'11 1011 1 to I1113 ha1lt; Ithe Cr31 Nal\~l.\ We( slolltttl~ ilaki 110011I~ iii'. 1 to1 1 II 10 lu lllc,1 o 11 ii I'l dll ' c'L iln pi'l lilt peopl tt'1141 Lath tirt Ilit Los 11111 1111, lliii ha lih o 'h 1g . I to at( the Il lll cisilal 1'~ll~ t 11' 11111 C;1111 platlt 111)0 cml 'iota ('r·. I'c'lultr...

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COUNCIL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

COUNCIL NOTES. At t11e meeting of the Footseral: Council oi Monlday last, ill counucl oIrts \\wore present tit shlrtinlg with (11i excep-tion of (lr'. 'hillulheeor, who tll hi :ill u) rtillstll l ice late, haiving hadl to atteld lanother llteetilig. ltVowevler, i h0e ari'led late, 1ie e ieritinly pillt i \('ryl oeftctli\e w\orkui durlilng Ili ovenl ing, and p11oiuhly estahlishsd ti ricor iieuo tl. 7.1. l is till, 1 1 lio se Itd, iut it f h Ih lis llls s ite l Ilit lilttd nhtlliioii Iln ue 01 CO aIi' II l'indenceI deC lt \\it16 \\will The 1alwa.' 1\" De, arm.ilhol t, t, exh plailing th110 clngestion of Iiallic l SIootI.i v on Ioll tho 20111 lll., s i:d it \a. 110i to Ili iai :tVaice of lBrighto on t hill ilr licrsthip list, a fi v Ihis wasil eti 0lil iiiars of linughlr I . however, atui 1dditil onti irlaint h1uad hetlc pied onil the timue oll, 1and this piIcnltedu con cillo's f r l, u 11 ti1n1e belug. Thiad oft \\'i"rks l uitti 1 c u' I tiii COi L0t Tllage slhl., conoe'r w itcl | ti....

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ELECTRIC LIGHT. PROPOSAL TO REDUCE THE PRICE FOR MOTIVE POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

ELECTRIC LIGHT. - --t---+-- - I'IIOPOSAIL TO ILtEDUCIE TIH? PRICE lOlt .1TLV V\'E PO\VWIE. During ai short dliscts.ilon on olec trie light matters at lonllday's meeoot ing of the 'ootheray Council; It was stited thit the gnceral fund was over drawni to the exfcnt of £T00; This Ilappeared to etntuso somne concertn, but it was eventnally explained by Cr; Johnsn thalll revenue from meters would -bring in about £500. A lot of extension wtork was- iu lhtnid, and people were waitting to he connected 'withl the light, and the sulperiutendoett slihould brlgt ull an report showinug whether he lha a tfull supply of poles, wires, etc. Then the question could then 'be iltseused in ia proper mnnull r. All entnnetions should be paid for out of geneIral Orevenue. The towit clerk, in reply to a ques lion from Cr. Pearce, said tht :-there was £33500 of deposit receipts , still availtable, and Ibat councillor remark ed that, 'whilst they were obtaining 3l1/ per *enat. oun-that, they would have to pay...

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A REFERENDUM. ON VITAL MUNICIPAL QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

A lEFER ENDUMI. ON VITAI 3MUNICIPfAL QUES 'I'tIONS. l. .l.\olld ly'*f l illieitllg o1i tili! l"io l," ii'ru;ly IIICl, (IllC .11'tI)iolIll SIIggeM! ' iid l Ihal a i'itjii5t bji forwilr led to Ih .M in$ .hi l o" ci bl ir'klie , alskinsg IIlt Ihe I oca;ll Gov l'r'lilnelt .\('l het .o 1111!1i(t'[Ia aI, to pii'l' u Iihl hf . I ir d tt i :ll ill(!ll fill aIIIy all i,. al ll of \v it ll lli ffl'( lll('l!. I 'r, ,~,llli;l lI 'l':8r l?(,li(f llhr lhe ii l l r Io r:i P' rell : 'tl 11 h' .\s ,ociion, ni' ll , i. lllily gorl II loP.e [ Oll l" fri-'( lll will alllor his inll n. Injn wilh hin, f'r. Pmirre.: The Asnnociathon will notl l l( e lb l qf o r e I 'nl ll ld i nel n l t . g o t ,?4 o i ol l f 011100, 11(IIC~C)II~l~R n Ll ill ullleli. Fl. S ,lllnahrr o : I'erlins t, , 0. (CIr. iI'l I)olahll: I lio i11 'u. twalnll itoin' ho voli' aganlit Ihi propo.al. It will be.(ll mIn Ilinto( before1 the11 Assnelation i)(' ic? llui(: lllli I ul';li' IlII' .\?,.u u h llll ill nl pll?I..I, ;ll i ;l~l [ \ ih...

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