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PICTURE THEATRES. GRAND. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

PLICTURE THEATRES. GRAND. The Grand theatre management re port good houses all this week whel the great Australian film, " The Shop. herd of the Southern Cross, " war shown. The picture was an interesting one, instructive and entertaining. The special for next week, comnmenc ing Monday, is " Protea, and the In fernal Automobile, " featuring Madam( Josette Androit. THE TROLADERO. " louse full " was displayed at the Trocadero last Saturday night when i diversified programme which includec Wong Toy Sun and full company wai shown, consisting of a series of myster. ies. The Storeys (rag-time singers anc piano players) were also an attraction, The pictures shown were "The Life of Napoleon, " "The Prince, " "A Luckey Elopement, " "Cutey's Vacation, "A Victim of Prejudice, " &c., and all were well received. To-night 100 trained children, dancers and singers, will present an Australian pageant revue, and on Monday will bh presented a 5 reel special, " A aLady of Quality. " The comple...

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

I;AGROSSE. A voery lnterostllng g-n g i reslted l;Ias. S1ialll'tlany'vI, when Foot,?ernly vinlt d hrightoll. 'PIhe locals were only de i'claedi by tIIl'le gonls when tho tenniis lilet at 'ootsCrilny, andll1 on silntlurtdaiy. lrtighlon, with n little bost of Ilhe luck, hlld to '"go NOlioe,"' to ior'e ninlllle golln to four. - Play wns very Oven, lut I.the sernsiders' gonil-klppoer wa in vinclble, nlid it was not until nLtoe in Ihoe gniln tihat . ShelphIll'd imlianllged "l.o o et one htlhrough." ri'I'ern'fer, lIool?clirly proeviled, Illnd kept thir' oppllonllents no Ibusy that, Inll the Inst lllrlter,. they resorted pulllrely to dto fllnsive iIactcns: Goal-tlhrowers for Ft'olsl.cry: J. Sheiphoerd (31, illd Lin .\t ulucl-ielg of the club isl.t weekl ir. Alex, Dolile'ly WIas lillltllnlllilly electlId nI vice-prlrident, twhIle .i11ir WV, .11'c'a1n has aecepted the pre"- thnnly. 'T-day noonserny have a bo..

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"THE PITFALL." Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., Melb. & Lon. CHAPTER X. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 July 1914

"THE PITFALL." By 8IR WILLIAM MAGNAY, Bart,, Author of "The Master Spirit," "The Red Chaincellor," "A Prince of Lovers," etc. Published bY Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., Melb. & Lon. CIHAPTRIR X. (Continued.) As the nowcomers drew near enoulgh to attract their attention, both the Protoessor and Miss Chilworth camel forward and greeted them with a cor" dlality which was not to be mistaken; in fact, the girl's manifest pleasure in seeing them seemed to have in it more than a 'touch ot rolief. I-er father, however, although evidently pleased at the sight of the young men, pos sibly tatthing thoir appearance there aR a iproof of their sclentific zeal, was, they could soee, enthllllsiasticaly on. grossed in hlis work. "Yeos," b2 declared presently, In alnswer to a lquest.ionl an to his pro. groes, "wo have, I hlnl, hlilt. upon a fruitflll ileld of reseiarch. WVe have dlisilterredl , oven in this short space of time, soille mllost Intiresting mar. Illes, and I amn...

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

AýNOTIELr i.TIO'JMON ThA.T FI'//DED O UT. ('r. I'cu'c;: i vslh to mnove' rnnout lI( iouIIIIIll, .ti Itmt is nIat: 101313 llt )ni ('(Iucis iilie nicht ciimpolli.d toi ail. 3I1 ycn;ts before tlhcy ai'or ilnlowod to oil Will land by ildvorse posessilonl. I iiiiilderIi tIhIait Itho Imline shlioii not 1)0 Illrec tliin 1,r years, s311m1 iii appilies l0 pri i-l I porsons. ('r. loOlm 115111 1 ond i Ii hat Cr. hilltliiliooi' I ,would lk e t t hi he town clerk If he fiVC~llllsll I' clued aIII ho Iii WIICOII Ci1rl II leHu iO t't lvl lsct 'ojily '3om thle Governmeint. regardi bg (his iulostionll it, has l con d iseussed beor'lle. lii111 Vi- rIv t i- -l -, fl rep3r' ri fhir. . fl.,,,: I J, I. tie tlCiiveru ltuot. willi not list cii tiII C rI'. 8titlliiiee: 'Plsi Is' Jout iin le yoni you ug flolows ivho conic Into tit' 2oliiicii se' thiiii ,il dli not 3133Si'5$ aii lihe liraits Iii this council. TPhiise I111g W ev thoiuighi of long lii'iol' yo u ci hid hed', ii alPlost beifto re 131 were 10333. ,...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YARRAVILLE TENNIS COURTS. COMPLAINT OF DELAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

YARRA VULLE TENNIS COURTS. ('r. fulilisu, a 01 \iiaý F(a t sitalld that Mr'. Neytaii. lihe city edigl hidr, hait tah1iti lad li tititidy aunlti Sl' cl , ii Id 11 i i ;II dali 1 ii a-'t'avilli? ((ouldis CI)n1t(. i\.(ll a Ililll i 1511. The11 !'u a i x' ' tt a a11 iii ' lag h ii - tiit?J iiiil day?. andl( 1110,1- I 11,\\ 1'01111(1 Lhal1 I'[iu w ilir t 11)' a li l1 iii Ia li (.1'. 1 '1t iiuijs ll lthic h iil ltrio Cr. J uhi Cison \~;, cuu ilnlillF sib a (I5.~ 1111d 11(' SCi~no sl utild hr Iix)cul f'111' lli ;(lull lh i ('till, c c-a: \unili ug l lnxO( llal, It. Is culIIllIlel'd.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEBTS AND DEBTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

DlBTS AND DEBTORS. At -Monday's court' orders were made in the following debt cases: \\V. II. irch (represented by Mr. Secomnb) v. Michael al'Namara, 38, with 1i2/6 costs; v. John 11. Warren, £z4; with J2/6 costs; v. Al. bert Rl'iNamara, '7, with ra/6 costs; v. 'I'hos. 'Tombs, r5/o/-, with i2/6 costs. (C. Ebling (represented by Mr. ]lick) v. \Wm. Ilenderson, .i, with 12/6 costs. Maples (represented by MIr, hall) v. I Iclen Galagher, a//qi6, with 15/- costs; V? Oscar; Clark, , l-, with i5!- costs; Da is and Co . v. W\n, Fitzgerald. Li iG/Is vith 'i 26/- costs; v., MrS. Margatet Lecvers, £3/12/J, with 5;': costs.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. GEORGE'S THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

ST. GEORGE'S THEA TRE Arriving direct from New York's lead. ing theatres, a unique and picturesque speciality turn opens to-night at St. Georgo's Theatre, Varraville, when the Golden Vitans, statuesque artists, com mence their season, presenting a beauti ful and artistic display of living statuary in gold bronze, depicting with brilliant realism the sculptures and statues of the world's masters, and a remarkable dis play of physical perfection and muscular control. A full programme of pictures is incltided, the leading star being a sen sational 3-reel drama of Russian Secret Service, entitled "The Ilack Spot." And on. Monday a splendid moral play, "Jiim, the Firenan,'" and a 2-reel story, "llis Wife's Child," a story of beautiful pathos, will be screened, in addcitio to .tlth usual programme,

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GIRLS' GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

GIRVLS' GUILD). A meetilig was held in the Town I Hall, .Melbourne, last week, for the purpose of inaugurating a Girls' Realn Guild oil the lines of the miovcnlclt inaugurated in Footscray, by Miss Olive Ilampson and Miss Atlins, in...aglo, .Mrs. lHenry lodges was elected plresident, and Miss Ethcel Bage as lion, secretary. Other officers include Mrs. Clyde Norton, Mrs. Thos. 13aker, Miss Michaclis, Mrs. I). Avery, Mrs. E. 11, Sugden, Miss (), llamnpson and Mrs. Payne. Others who pledged themselves to the itlterests of the movenmeit were Mrs, J. II. lBarrett, ,Mrs. 1). W. W\Villianmson, Mrs, I1I. A, \Wood ruff, Mrs. Hugh Anderson,. Alisses,1)oris Glendenniing, Ruth Jaminieson, E. Illod gcns, Pye, Sugden, Robinson, and Macintosh, The Footscray Guild has been instru mental in giving assistance to foster the advancement of a young violinist iin her o't.....c c ..i-... .- niol. . Ilas blso ascJistcd several nieedy cases rhougllht ttulucr llum, notice by local clergymeni.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SMOKE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

SMOKE -NIGHT. On . \Wediesday evening it successful sntoke ltight wva. ;held il)-tjksepoylofl1Jd 1 by. t tneilicm nb'e +'1 rt"e Sia"?crtl 1ny?ata-'S i dality, of Sc. Mlonica's Church, anrd so numerous was the attendance that not a vacant space renmained when the large gathering was seated. The Rev. Father lerns:tein presided, and antong those at the head table \were Rev. Fathers Murphy, M'Carter and Hier bert (the latter an eloquent speaker fromt New Zealand); tloe Mayor. (Cr. T. B. 1)iew), 'Mr. F. E. O'Connell, president of the Australian Catholic Federation), Mr. J. \\. Ryan (gencral secretary, II.A,CiS.), and iMr, J. P. G tiunant (p)resident of thel Footseray btranch of the federation). During the evening tlte following toasts were honored: "The Pope and the King," proposed by Rev. Father Bernstein ; '"The Clergy," proposed by Mr, J. Ilenry, and responded to by Fathe.rs 1Murphy, M'Carter and Herbert; "The Footscray City Council," proposed by Father .\fCarter, was responded to by ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOCCER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

SOCOER. Nortlhumberlutl anld Durllam Uult ed visited Middle I'trlk lOat. Satcurday, whclre they were dlue to pilny St, KildI, ,ollgthorlpe being unable to turn out, (C. Weston played right bnack for the vi?ilors. N. and D, won thoe Loss nuli St. Kilda kicked off with lthe suan in I teir f:ces. .\,t the start, St. Kildli had Inltst of the play, but found theN , anlld I. defence in great form. ''lle visit llg forwacrds thell began to eO cllore of .the ball, and afiter a good run, n mistake by Lowa let in uiell, 7wlho olpened tile ccotrlng. St. [Klda now v l'rohced, but Itlohllnsou wcll pli.y iciga gitod gillle t IIllid wtv1: eiltccl itcy sIholt that cille tils way,. Fit |ccel Illilnute.? froml (the iluttrvatl .I11nlll, who wals Illikcinccg Iis first Itppc;aral cee itL clIire I'to'wcltd, scored N, 111t1 I),'s seccold go;ll with aI low drive, half timcie arl'riving will Ij(i score 2-0 in t(le viallours' favor. After chbanln of e'ds t i. Klilda, wit i the stun at their btckh, tried hard ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNCIL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

COUGUNCIL NOTES. All councillors were present at . the ioetiing of the l oot-crav Council oni Monday last, when the busines.s trans toted was of a minlor character. The Melbourne and Metropolitan hoard of Works forwarded list of houses se.trcd.-Received. TIhe Queen's Memorial Infectious Iiiseases Ihospital invited'councillors to inspect the I nstitution' on Wednesday, ''nd.-Rcceived, All councillors were toh. busy to attend 'Tl'le Women's lhKristian Temperanlce Union "desired patroiinge of council to uoncert to be held, in the Royanl Itall, on A ugust iith,=-Granted; - A, R,, 1. rnett coniplained of condition of footpath at Soinerville-road, A. llansen .did the''snmue regarding I'ennyson-street, and said it was neces arty to walkl along the gutters as there vericholes in I he'path eight inches deep. liThese complaints were referred to the uirvcyor, C G, (lew dscired an asphalt crossiing rind culverto in Barkly-strcot, and G. Shal lard one in Kent-strcot,--tl6th requests vere acceded...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATE SCHOOL FOR KINGSVILLE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

STATE SCHOOL FOR KINGS VILLE. To tlho Editor. Sir,--\'ould youll kindly correcLt a trlal gialiph which appealltred u in atur dall"'s ?su1e of y0our p;l)1er ilI refereuce to the Piroplosed new SttutO school which thle residents of Kingsville, 'uoeellsville, Clarendol Estacs tesre inl tile hope of hain\'lg l thie near future. All prase anud credit is duo to tMrs. Smio th, alld n11 to tile I'rogress Asse citioll. That body have noither cool' ulull clltliled or \'1re ill atle ldalIl e at tLh parents' imeeting hold in the hall. Mrs. Smith has been i lorespolldillg 00ome three or four months with the Edulention Departmtlent ill reference to this school, land tile result wits that the ilnsploetor lnotitled his intention of meeting the residCluts I the hall, Soumerviille-rond, On the day appoilt ed the residenuts met and the follow ullg gelltlemlllen WereI' pIesent; Mr. Tate Ialld 3ir. 1M'Gowau, both of the Edu I cltion Departlmcllt; Mr. Sewell,. lelid telcher 1Vest Flootscray school; Mir. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE QUESTION OF STOCK SHEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

THE QUEST ION OF STOUIC SHEISETS. Cr. ShIlllabheer, after the disc..cuio1 toIII l mets, l. a islkd ohlS iC he held slock sh1eets showing the tina i tity of' goolls in Ilre 110sses'ioII of the couulicil. Such i;s polecs (of c ourse heu did not i ant. to knowi I he length of thoult. cot li 111wire 1081181lats, etc., tuitl o lion good Ilse d. T'hcre is (t cellilill illlallolf \of Waste euilqct wilC, ;tand that t i vlumlv. Eclvery o0llcc counlt 5, I) le l1 rnti~keti, (:r. IM 10 Id:oll a'e .11 ley Jul. lug. - rti Slillatle: 1o ntlil t mkillello ally Illistake 111,0111 (hi, t. Mll'huiild, I a11d rliot .iiiktiig. I sa'aot thes.e deitall,. I 'iIucilloi~s lcllarlkd t1ha11 the encl till n lii ic Is lim ll w Iluld shII I tie stilllat I lea of all plll(1115, bit thi s 11111t lie itcdell d 1o st till stock

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

SPECIAL NOTICES. DENTIST T. Gough HAS, REMOVED TO - Corner of Hopkins & Nicholson .Sts. (Over Shaw a, Grocers. P. E. SAINSBURY, L. D. s. By~alamrs:;'Melb. Univeroit Dental Surgeon 5 Leeds Street, Footscray. GOLD INLAYS, CROWNS, BRIDGES & Miss. H. SMITH, COSTUMIERE, 85 Charles Street, Footsoray (End of Victoria street) Country Customers Special Attention. Latest Styles. George E. Edwards, Painter, Paperhanger, Grainer and Signwriter. wishes to notify that lie has taken over tte business formerly carried on by S, M. Kerr at Nioholson St.. Footsoray, (oppoeit MIcKelvey's). Workmanship Guarantead, Glass (All sizes in stock) Paints and Paper. (hanging at town prices. WHYPAYRENT When you can BUY A HOUSE On Easy Terms in any part of the district, or [any suburb, for Small Deposit and the Balance as rent from E. A. WEILAND Builder and Contractor, " The Gables," Cr.Paisley & Victoria Sts. Footscray. Or any Agent. YOUR WAGES ARE LOW ! Because your place can be lilled b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELECTRIC LIGHT. THE PURCHASE OF METERS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

ELECTRIC LIGHT. THE PUIRCUASE OF METEIIS. Some tinoe was spent at Monday's council lueotlng discussing the recou Ioendal ion of the superlutendent that 500 ml eters be purchased;-.Two lifeters wero. submitted sit suitable-thlat" o the E~disou-Sw\un at 31/(i,, and. the .Luterlcan General Elloctrle C Jo. ,(U.S..L), at. 22/7. Cr, 1'Dounld remarked- that there lhal been it lot of coufihflplli. fIrom. coslllll'trs, and he council wanted ,ta ImLter that would give sal~isfactllun. Nobody appeared to- know, which was the best at the price, but uyou ually n ~solution was arrived at. Cr. Shilllbeer moved that 250 of each be plre'lltsed; providing the ten derers wero agoreeable to sell at the tendered prlice half the number, Cr. Jolhnson: You'rd.'a niceu eonrac tor, - Providing you was aslked ,to teuder .for 20 houses, would youtt, ot cept 10 at' the 'same prlco Cr. Slilllabeer: Yeu; half ;a lodf 's butler tlhin no broad, Cr. Johnson: I think. I see you, The motion was carried.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

If Footscray's electric lighting under taking proves successful it will not be because of good management. Anyone with eyes to see must notice that the methods in vogue are crude, and that there is little that can be regarded as economical and business-like in the policy pursued. That there has been a lack of foresight is indicated by the present position in the North Ward. For over twelve months the supply of current in that portion of the district has been inadequate, so much so, in deed, that some consumers, tired of trying to conduct their business under the "dim religious light," that is pro vided on Friday nights are harking back to gas. Months ago the needs of the ward were recognised, but .the arrangements for coping with them have been so bungled, that, although the new sub-station and fittings have been erected, the cable required to con nect the sub-station with Melbourne's cable at Hopetoun bridge is not yet' available. But the worst feature of the electric light depertm...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE NEWS. ALLEGED INSULTING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

At, Monday's court, before ,Mr. Cohel, I'.i1., and local justices, a girl isulued tluby eounderson cllarged a young- man nambd harold Smilth with using iusultlng words ll Newell-street oil July :. Mr\l. Secoulb appeared for lil fortault. ihuby lHelderson stated that asll kuew Smith by sight. On July 2, she was having her lunch In the work-roolu. Sumith was outside tile wnlldow. Lie balid: "Your old mlan's ia sca'b, n scrub turkey. loe stnluks; you canl suell hinu miles away." Jessieo lIoderson, a sister, stated that sihle Slw anccused on that ditt, lie looked through the toll of the window and asked was the scab's daughter thier. She elso corroborat ed liei sister's evidence. Accused sild lie was going lhomo froml work, and just as he got oppo site the- window where informant worked, he was stopped by a mate. 't'hey stood talking, iand somebody said, "Why don't you go home for dinner, 3'6u lon'er?" He answered, "Is that you, 'Scrub Turkey' " She said, "Who are you callinlg 'Scrub Tu...

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WATTLE DAY. FOOTSCRAY JOINS FORCES WITH CENTRAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

JVATTAL DAY. FOOTSCRA'Y JOINS FORCES WITH CENTRAI, COMMITTEE. Some forty ladies, presided over- by ~kh n* erd (v .(r aaw)..eLkn tth- ayf i'01 on Trhursday evening to uY rter consider the proposal to arrange a local wattle (lay effort in aid of the proposed Footscray creche. Mr F. B. Jenkinson was also present to discuss the question of clashing with the central movement and two hours were spent'in discussing what happened last week and what was published in the press. The mayor, while admitting some things, stood up loyally for the mayoress, and showed that the mistakes were not all bn that lady's side, and Mr. Jenkinson was equally straight-spoken with the result that misunderstandings were cleared away. A suggestion was made that seeing that Footscray is endeavoring to establish a creche the central committee should, in consideration of the two bodies working in unison, allow Foots cray to retain the whole of its local collection. This Mr Jenkinson could not acree to as a preceden...

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CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUNDS. AT FOOTSCRAY AND YARRAVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

CHILDRIEN'S PLA Y GRUUNDS. AT FOOThUIIAY AND YAIt1A VILLE. unoe few weeks ago represucta tives of the Guild of Play wal{ed on the 1'ootscray Cotfuell for tlleplurpose of Juduclng .that body to ,make pro vislohi for Iplay-grounds for .the chil roeli of ih, district,,, The council protmised to. Ido. what Alloy could in that directliun?', int the seeretary of the guild iiotllied. the councll on Moo yda tIllit t1W'o, vrlout sites: utggested ,a suitable had 'been- hlslpectd. The report wenlt l-lnuto say;-:-. :-"lThe Market lReserve would be very contral anld ulitable,t more par ticularlyi for the children of Itusi Ie'ss peolile, lldt thie tlt to esllool it' thle. vicinity. The slled :attached could bQ used as a gytnlatshluin, and the outire as a runnllllllig track for l.tads. eu-?asiws, swiugs,: etc., could be a'rrlnged, atd til area, properly ..equlplped, would be an oritamlent; to thle city. It is an Ideal spot for tile ]purpose. "Yartiavlllo 'slte.--Thls ,is llnifost ready for: 11.se:...

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ROWING CLUB. A CHEERFUL GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

RO WIN CIL B. .\ I iiEli ,UL 7- 11i'l'l?tNU. .ltlo ?g tl hlticll instltutini iIollte alc e coulpth,\ d of al jtoll r Ioti of m/mllellrll(l hlhi lfilti IUo lsciri"y Cit"y tlo'inig (tlub, Itteir tItiotill I t eehil?gS llilluiably i.rove i llt it is n i i t i os ib lto 'oilltile Ibuh' .- \\ilhls lI lisure. Thait hold on1 .\11[Ol y I eV i1 a L t theilt' W lidtral oluhg'e \I. noli exc.t tiol to eill ul'h It Wl.'s the "ist mieetliug f its kithd, mI ilt m bl er2ll r vdlue tly Ihllolhit it. tlcUL'e iis ' to lit lo e il optinliitl. thI llU over to clcbil'te the clubts cotllltg ot uige. A\d so whilt julius were1 titltdu u111l hulmlorotls rou.ijllry~ w'l ,m(l i s IL) ed~? l'Ii tl l ti io It lltl ui vtt?.o?, iii t .+ l'UUtl, itihiiu edl itt '.-. d ii 4'O [lot llertis ti' l \'|iouii tC11 buisltuess d iowni ftu tirutii n it is ditlty tratsated. Mr, J. J. \tlls, p'esildeu t. \\tt. iii the cluhtlir, attd lie ttllows "'lile boys" tiid I lheie wys., .\ltd lie ltoUws bitter Ilhidui o 0 .istitrb tie et...

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