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WAGES BOARD DESIRED. MEETING OF SUGAR WORKS EMPLOYES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
WAGES BOARD DESIRnED. MELTING OF SUG\R WOTITKS EMPLOY1ES. Yeolrs haIve passed s|IICo" it was first suggested that emltloyos of the Colonial Sugar lRefltinig Company, Yarraville, tihould make application to Parliament for -a wages board in the sugar llndustry. In the early stages a petition to that eolect was circulated, -but a counter mltove was made, and It document objecting to ia wages ,board was so aIngel.y sRglled that thQ movement was aandonedl. But it has never' been forgottealli'h leaders of unions concerndll have al ways been actuated by aI desire to so cure anl award. rocognlising that tilis wouldl not only be likely to secure better- condilinus for the emplloy?es, but would mallke thie unionit position strouger, Ian I a llas meetling is, therefore, to lieo held to-morrow after ltoon at Yarnrville to consider the advisability ofa urging the Goverll nIent ,to altthorise a 1wmtlges hlird frll' the' Industry. The speakers announlced are ; Mlr. J IInaInn , Mi,'.: M. .1. i.e 10...
"THE PITFALL." Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co Ltd., Melb. & Lon. CHAPTER XIV. In the Galleries. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
"THE PITFALL." By 81R WILLIAM MAGNAY, Bart., Author of "The Master Spirit," "The Red Chancellor," "A Prince of Lovers." etc. Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co Ltd., Melb. & Lon. CHAPTER XIV. In the Galleries, "'Pardon, gentlemen," he said, with a bow and a saluto, "you can perhatps enlighten lue It is possible that you are of the party of thte Baron de Gas Slar ?" "\Ve know the Caron," Tilghman answvered. "And have been takling art in Ills work of excavation." "All!" The Turk emitted the ex clalnation with widetlopen mouth and a crteolls expression in his eyes. IIHe evitlently had a way of farcically dis. torting a cast of coulntenance which In replose wes quite dignified. "The Bar. on makes great progress, then, with Ills excaivations?" "Fairly good, I shouldtl say," was the giul;Il ai swer. 'lie is an enthulnsist? lie comes here ofteni?" "I do not know. 'This is mly first visit." ".\ind your friend's?" The Turk ur* ,,nely indicated Dahrn y, "And mine al...
MUSICAL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
MUSIGAL EVENING. At the Gordon-street baptist Church on Tuesday evening last there was rendered, under the auspices of the choir, an oxceptionaily brilliant pro grammlue. The church building has lately been enlarged; and the interior relitted and decorated in such a man ner that makes it nonw one of the most attractive and up-to-date churches in the district. The object of the choir in holding this fine con cert was to defray somel of the cost incurred on their behalf, and they are to 'be congratulated upon the excel lonce of the programme rendered, most of the items beintg by well known and popular artistes, who were enthusiastically received. Their efforts were appiecelated ,by a full house. The following artists provided the programmne:--Mrs-. S~uithurst, Misses Jeffery, 1M. Downing, A. Farghcr, Vera. McCnlluin and EI. Kerr, anud Messrs. F. Harry, Tom Giptou and J. SDowning. The Rev. J. J . Goble was in the chair, and 'Lrs. J. 'Smlchurst, ccom Uanuist. The choir was under the bat...
LACROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
LACIRSSE. Thoe most lnterestitng, exciting, and, Sfronl the Fools'ir IhlaVlyers' pointol o Viewl' the tsi"t etjoyab1 ile, gaztte ill w?hitch they IIa ve taken partl, is ]"layed oil ti he lt o 'tolc l'y lgr dtitit st Su ' | ·tdal1", \vhe (lit Ih , o;ll \'I ' Fere op posed to l. iersit y. 't'hist wats tIhe r tll'n itill tch. I'nivetrsi y Iti aving wln thi former et? cltounr y t1o 3. Foot s a weil'll' li very had lri Ill that11 ittsion, Itull wter anx.le ious to conIl 'inee the I",Ltuie" wl thanit It. Foots''iiay had to lake ti he i tit, ld ill a tll sh.llo't, i di.(l sad I nta e t lht cost then, the match. h.\fer their aye laist W\eep, the Ihals ,\ere slo' to "gelt going."' and (s e first ,,unmt' ended in. fa'olr of 'Viasily I ty i 3 t ? . tl the .'ext te l rlitm honoltrs ti'ere ensy, h ht I. sides scotti'ng 3 goals. In the third erll, lT. U i rsityl ll Nll, wil ls a rush, Sscorhing tIwo goatls itt qtuick sttitsltton, "1tu Itlooked like dlwitivg away, htlt a " rilliant. angle sla?t hy...
BRAVERY RECOGNISED. VALOR BADGES FOR YARRAVILLE CONSTABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
BRlA VER.Y REGOGNIbSED. VALOI IL.\'1)tlS FOR YARIitA VI IiLJ' CONSTPABLES - The conduct of Sdulor-Constable Wright and Constables Thouas Bar her autl Jolhn MJurphy, il arre.stlng T'Ihomals P'attersonl, under armls, at Yarraville, on April :19,.was the sub ject of much laudatory commenlut at the tine. Sluperlntendent Millne umade a partlileular'ly favorable minute on Coulstable Barber's record at the I tite. On :Saturday, on the recomnnendatlon of Suplerilntendent MlIlne, the LChief Comndssloner of Policeo allounced that the coveted valor badge had bboon awarded Constables .Barbor and Murphy for their bravery In oll'octing Patterson's arrest, after . soveral shots had eoon- oxchllntged, "for' dauntless resolution In arrosting Thomas Pattterson at tle polut.of the revolver, after the exchange of- shots. Pattersonl was armed, determlned and desperate." In Sergeant Wright's record s.heot an oentry hlts 'blee mnado that heo s worthy of every collnmendationl for courage showtn in thle ass...
PAINFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
FBAINFUL ACCIDENT. 01n Monday lust a youtlh intited T'l.houlas 21c a( ll'., 1. .ueila r oif a? rusiding at .\dllllll ll -stI t, lootstayy' , slistailled sevoro injuries to his left aimu ?hile at .work at the Siunsi nl. Iihnryestol' 1yorj*as, jn.shltue.. Thp litd W " i d J i it i ft'll tl' i hLe r,; -inn'' n l,'Ir ajis tc ~r he was auilghlt by on log by the bult lug, ~ltt manlaged to free his leg, only to bu drawnl'i round a shlft by Ith larm. MlcCartl y l wa taken to the 1Mel bourllno Ilosllital, ind admlittod for troatmenlt lby r. W\\. S8cutlebury.
"LIFE" HOW A PRIME MINISTER WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
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STAGNANT WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
STAGNANT WATER, At the local court on Thursday. LoutlsaNind, a residoent of Malvern, was charged. that, being the owner oft properly in StllTord-street, Foot secray, shie failoe to remove steaginant witers from her property., '4 I hoirs al'ter notlce Io do so had boon sorted upoi her, Mr. Seconib conducted theo Droecu lion; there .was no nlppearance of do fondant.', .3r , 0 Whltehead, clly Inspector, slated t.hat the promises- are olutldo the narea of the llM,MJ.. There is a dtlt'lii on lthe'ronUises that flows over (h1 Ianud,. and the-.Spouting and aI tank Is tlsh leakting, and the premilses are In a very 'bad state, a lot of stag Inlt water runningl runder the house, lii seut notice onl 18th lust, to have Ihose loetects roloedled by removing Itlli ad conlltructtinlg propler drains, bit 1o tiotce hats b1een tlakop, The I?'nuch concurred with the Inspector Iliiht h Ings o vre tvry blshtd, lattd Inl posed a tirv uf £3, with £:1/18/(i costs.
THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
Ya'rravllle looked forward to therll match with .Port Melbourne Juniors, leanders I the comlpettiton, and last year's premiers, its likely to give an indication of their chanee for pro umlershlip honor. The result was any thing but encouraging. The match Was played dt Fort Melbourne. and for at time Yarraville held their own fairly well, BUt they showed a weak ness forward elnd lost' many chances, while after three-quarter time they slmply fell to pieces, and Portsl, add Jug S-i to 1 goal, ran out winners "with the scores: I Port Xtelbourne, t15., 105 lgpoint-. Y"rravrlle, '-, 13 polunts. .Tell defeat wts s?uruprishlngl over wvhletllalljlig, uall: .talught 'Yarraville two lesons,; that before the fillal are ou tored -upon they need two or three good torewards; that if good results are ,to boe attained there mluUst be tmore regard paid to training. Their place in the filial four Is not yet secure. '1ut by Footscray surprising tilhem selves and everybody else 'by nulkilag at draw with...
CAULFIELD NATIONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
CAULFIELL) NATIONAL, Crimea Trial-I-Iaridyman or Ainlta. Ao?mdali Plat--Philio or MAOorul. Ailttrali ui [urdl11-Capintontal 1, Darrawa 2, Ohi ;i. Balaicl.iva ?lHtiaks-Two AlIH or Bl3o Ton, Stlerl,,v FIliat.--Rtog iie's March or Roeovale Miornington WVlter-Cairn WVallnco or Aintltono.
FOOTBALL. BIG FOOTSCRAY SCORE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
FOOTBALL. SNIOTES BY "HALF' FORLWAlD." BIG FOOTSCRAY SCOURE. D'urlug the sieaiou fast drawiug to ia close Nortlicotc have oully once uic ceeded iu auchieviug victory, and being comlpltely out 'of the competition, it might haluve been expected that they would have put uli a v1'ery feble re listaiuce to F'ooltscrnly last Saturday. But oil the colntrar'ty, they put con siderable force into their lefforls. Fou?iL'?ey i'tedeid it trl'emeidoul11 Iscre to oequal NortlJ .Melbourune' liln av'eraige. Etarly ill tlh season it wit\ puluted out il this coliumll that lile millor prucnlicrship, which agati might UllllI the lrouiierslhil itself, would pouszbbly depenld upou points scured for 1and againlst, biut I'ooutsc'ray mlade u1u effort to ltile lip avl'ierges. liat?chos ill which big scoues umight have boeen recoridel were ire;ted its holiday out inigs, and couscllluetly 'ootscrltay found themselves last Saturday niiel ing about -0 goals to blriug themlnselve level .ith North Melbeourue, It wa...
"SPARKS." [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
SSPA RKS." --- --do* See Hesse Bros. for furniture kar gains.-Adr. 'The pi?cllll s hiow i bulelL still re Itor "pood lotn.'s." T 'h, I. oo hb ll .II II -I;IH, I iI ne;aillig its oill, illll nir.\l ;lllu'til , IlICe S ml-li- nill ('litenil11 I UI':- t'omlll IiiniC . l'EI)l'R; AI, II.\ l to let for concerts I;-l.Ies. , nmI-l.inKn, ete Apply to the lolulor.- Adv. 'l'l;e i;in il in ieting of tii' W illiama st owni aid I'')oots(crny Ilo.l:ital was held oni '1 lur':dy eVnling. Report next week. ' llh" -·111110' Il hl 1) I ll In I tl'or d Ib l ih I t lar' (I 11, I)11'\l) Ill : llUlt il PIo - il i I, I 'i ll I hI l i ll I i h l .3l Cinic lita on \W o hle Lt- , Auiju.l ,5, O n i;Ig I (I*f i- i .,?lo w ill lie ,1iiiiul in oi o iii ;I liii ii Io lr IpI hl ling 1olh ,l ;111.1 Ii ' l I I I pori l o in l - :,ric light iiIilelenr , lImlig'! in t1lih.gs, (oii cain olt? 1ii lon611 privately and 'ilicl.ly, on your on 11 note of hand, Iiby aIplli iiy g to. J. S. Anderson, 64 I,, sil, t , l'ooith;:rayn...
RIFLE NOTES. BY "BULL'S EYE." [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
RIFLE NOTES. BY "BULL'S EYE."' The abovu club's shoot Maas the 1st T'radaesun Trophy, 600 and 700 yards. The weather was line, but there was a heavy. haze in front of the targets. The following shlot well: 0. UHuder son, 03 (7) 70; J. N; M'?dOnald, 01 (3) iuO; N. MI'Donald, 00 (7) 07; 1: Mi'Don-l ild, 50 (8) OT; A. J. M Douald, GO (0) 0U; T. Mastertouun. iO (5) 5; -C. Up ton, 50) (0) u5; It, lHugan, 5S (7) 65; J. MPIJnry, 58 (0) 04; E. Gray, 55 (0) 04; D. Irvine, 53 (11) 04-. Owing to the V.I1.A. anombers' lnatches, Foot seray will have no club match to-diy, The smoke night takes plavu on Aug. lat.
TRIP TO KEILOR. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
TRIP TO IKEIL OR. I3y "Thurgood." A. match which celitisd a girea tl d of interest was played on Saturday last at Ieilor betwoen a local eilghtee anud a side representing the Footscray League. 'Tlhere ,was a largo attend auce of spectltors, who were treated to a splendid exhitbition of the game. After a keeol struggle, the League proved victorious, the scores beilg: League, 4 goals 13 behinds. Kellor, 3 goals 7 behinds. For the winnersl, letlo Noelson, on the buck line, completely o'ertladow ed his opI))pouILt, id had Ia lot to do with the succeo? of his side. Jalclk Sutllerland, \\hen back or followlug, iplayed his usual relablue game, being ably assisted by brother Charlie, wlho sllowed liue forml. flalrry Cahlhird perfornted with his usual skill and dasll; I rllry' ?' I)ilC5 ifll llllllnlllg fUo' tl0 ball wias ialways too llultch for tle olp posing side. Mat. Ioolloulle had tIe task of lilillg J.olhuy Uralddock's lositionll i Ie110 ceIntre, Cradldock l eilg once agailil c1ptaiu o...
LODGES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
LODG6ES: --+--- ALt the fortnightly meeting of the Yarraville A.1.,A., the president occu Pylug the chair, two now memlbers were I1stalled. One proposition was received. 10/- was donated towards the funds of I'ootscray District Cr1che. The .Metropolitani Commit tee Displensiy delogates gave full re ports of last meetings. The syllabus itemnl, "Shooting mllatch agalust Suil shine A.NA.." resulted in a win for Yarraville by ninle ploints. Next shooting maltchl is agaillust Footselry A.N., onl -lth A.ugust, mlenlbers to meet at Yarravillo station Iat 7.-15 or Seddon station at S Ip.u. T'e lodge hias lenglaged the local minitture r1ange for llpractice oIl Tuesdays and W\\ed ncesdays. Next syllalbus liten, "Quoit tolurnalnlcIlut," for lodge trophy. At tile Loyal 1Wa1t'l talhI Ladiees' I'.At.F'.S. Lodge, No. "10, f'ortltighitly m1(tilng, Sister Miss Arnuold, D1\,, presided ov1er a fair lttelldanlce, and assisted by Sister Miss M1. Aston, aIt ing 1).'I. Three candidates were Initiated and ...
GREEK MEETS GREEK. CHARGE OF LARCENY FAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
GREEK MEAETS GIEE'K. UUAiUi 01'' LA.tUiENY FAILS. At Monday's court ia Greek, unmled Manuel Salikus, waY charged with steallng six sheets, one pair, of blan kets, live pi1ilow slips, one towel, two dozen knives, one dozen forks, and nine dessert sipoons,-valued, at f5, the IT fiuiM I'llpI)S, tltsetray'. Mr. A. 0. Secoinlb, who appeared for the prosecution, stated that ne cusotl was working for Black. On July 1st he left, leaving his box be hind him, 'iheon Black, although lie had not been asked for the eox, .re coived a solicItor's letter domanudng it. ..;everal articles were mlssed; Black took out a saarch warraut anitd when the box was ollpened the goods were lonltd inside, Nellie Black 'said her husband car riedun c business. at railway ruamps, A? cused was employed there frou. April 10th to July 1 t. Whoeu h?l box was searched moet of the muising goods were found iu it. George Black corroborated, ? and stated that accused never asked to by allowed to take, the box away,, but i' ...
LACROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
LACROSSE. Au -interesting match wit played last attiurday betwen tealns repro sentig I"ootsciray iand Caulfield. in conseqtluenLce of Caulleild being un beaten, and the big scores they have coImpiled tiglist somell of tile lower .lPiIls t. va wts expected that they tonumlo havo tit.tleittieultt.jl Account log for .Fotseriy, but the rapid tnt Icoveament of the local team of late lb uentitled IhIem to the highest re shpet. Canultoield played a very strong gamne in defence, and kept the locals' tally down to throee gols, but they were only equal to compiling niue goalls thelmselves- moderate tally for CCaultield. The game at times throeatened to become roughl, and hard knocks were imoerous, but it was, held well in check by the referee. With tile exception of the second quarter the v.ituolrs were al ways hard-pressed; in that term they could not go wrong, scorling four' to ,nit. They expressed surpirise at the improvemenit shown by the locals silnce last meeting. Goal-throwers: Shesphe...
FOOTBALL. FOOTSCRAY V. PRAHRAN. A LIFELESS GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
FOOTBALL. S NOTES BY "HIIALF FORWARD." FOOTSORAY V. 1'RA(LUtAN. A LIFIiEEISS dAMlE. The match at the Western Rleserve on Saturday last was not of that character to rouse much enthusiasm. Footacray tried- their premier teaml, but the display was not of ai charac ter to greatly inmpress the onlookers. The attenldaunce was very good. Samson was the tirat to handle the loather, and Uanbury scored the first point, and Lawson followed wtllh anothel'. This was followed by a goal Iron the same player, iand thenou Lawson added another. Aflter a bit of centre 'play, Slpence worked the leather forward, and BaUbury put in some pretty work. Weldner and Greenhill stepped in, and Prabran attacked, but HIarris stopped the onslaught onit the piost. Lawson dashed in, and a behinfud was scored. Weldner was working hard for the visitors, but lanbury, Grierson and Crouch Interchanged marks, and ii punch to - Bixter brought up the third goal. Maroney and Banubury collided neair the press-box, and there w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
SPECIAL NOTICE. A IVIRAVELihOUS Offer I A 6/11 SKIRT for Only 5/11 IREI* is a Skirt 13argain regarding H which such words as wI'hcnominal.'" p ta Exceptional," o c., give but a . 0 e niagri idea of the extent to which the red pencil has been used. "STUPENDOUS" is the word that most fittingly describes the if bargain significance of this offering. It is a lovely Walking Skirt, in either Navy, Black or Grey Cheviot Serge, trimmed 75=. butions and braid. It's usual price is 6/rI, but as we want then cleared their price for ithe present is 2/rii. You MUSTN'T miss this-such an oller will never occur again. C. FORGE DRAPERY STORES "The White House" 2/11 Nicholson iSt. Footseray W1V.R. Gran. YValues In Gent's Gloves! Kee out the cold i \Varn Iargainis in VWarm Gloves Woollen Gloves at i t- and r,6. Suede Gloves, in brown and grey, lined and unlined, .I/6, 5/6, 7,6. Correct Gloves tor Evening Wear A full range of neat, clcgant, and thoroughly fashionable loves for Dress \Vcar. Brown Kid Glo...
YARRAVILLE GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
YAURAVILLE GAUliRtEN. :\ uleil tiltl inlo , IirceIt'tnilul g iIU Ii-ti 1) ((I lIie~I'? [tttiltttiit 01(tiit -iii' O 3lott dlay etening \liiill It I et itlt I thtu. toh c lt1un 1 il i' Itiur t t(t1wii'it ( lie ' ittlyili:; i- lII(i li liiit' 'ti lt there. A I i t li I' Sni i' eer ti the city. aid tl l I ifi petlllfeti lnid - tlut· letely , uin(' ( onv part of the rei ere. \i l rri' ille w s it ti-i' ni fro. t ;I 'lithiin t l it'titltip by having Jhvir rvlervv IIre ' Ited into It quarry Intl'. No' mnwnv v;aine minlk munpoll Siie tihlt for t ilt lil lititvi ith iii ie itc 1r .1 -ntB a Ii Ilan. Ii lit 11 i' n it'o pflit-it' t'u't-'t't' t'lt ti-till \Wl il l til uu l ihiv llicl tlt' Ilii culiddlU :1 11 n filit \IIi it' ill IIt'i t it' l itf Iii' . re 11r\ e, itO no:il (lil nut nlppear I li t- i ':r ii ti:t11 ' 111 . I' lii t ilt l t'' g r11 0 l re l I le N ;Ii - ill ;i 1e_ v 11v ( iliei . ll I ititi ll -lii tlit l 1u ithlll tt i rIt tilt lll ll ti ' I iil i-ti iit 'll ii hit Ia the itipt...