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HOSPITAL MEETING. WILLIAMSTOWN AND FOOTSCRAY INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
IfOSPITAL MEETING. WILLI.A .1MSt'OW\VX ANDi JaiOUT SCItTAY INSTITITTLON. T11e manual ' tweting of life guve't otis itid subscriber' s to the Vilt Ilainii'dwn uald Foolserny., Hospital rias held at Will\'iui slown al. the( In tt's cid of Itls( week, he Rev. J. '1'. llugitu. vice-pirouletti occtipying thu chair, The o0d1 tlut'y cash ie-olpts t ru' (fit' yen t" nunuonnied t) 5114J//.1/, nod the expenuditure to £t/)iltl/2. It ddtit (loln tlloe ortliunar recobpts. C1100 attti reaiveud ftitrom tu estate of wth Inlto JIntuIs Yates, andIII £2/1i8/ frut the estate of the tito Johni .iorgut; £300 wis ttitu.ifo'rod to Endowtmett .\ccolount, loenvingla crocdi balance of 'IThe proceeds 1'1to111 tI ott1 ttt tle0tso silowed it dtocreiso, as coimpared witith htst ,yutr,' to the ninuntt't t£57/7/2; pvrint(o contributions, ;Els,.it/10. The Iosplnital Surdiay and Sunday Fund kihow5''tt iUte'uIrIse of I£33/t/t-. t lit. tho yeni ir, L it-plt llonis, 221 cases t110 imttls, TI tienuilos) receivetrod t i i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
SPECIAL NOTICES. DENTIST T. Gough HAS REMOVED TO Corner of Hopkins &.Nicholson Sts. (Over Shaw e, Grocers. P. E. - SAINSBURY, 1,I: D. s. By..Examns. Melb. Universit Dental Surgeon s Leeds Street, Footscray. GOLD INLAYS, CROWNS, BRIDGES & Dr. R. J. Fullerton, (Late of Bendigj) May be consulted at his residence "Stratford." 38 Geelong Road, Sootscray. Hours-8 till 10 a min. 0 till 8 p.m. Yarravillo 2 to 3. Or by Appointment. Telephone-No, 433 Footocray Exchange. Miss. iM. SMITH, COSTUMI ERE, . 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 he has taken over toe business formerly carried on by S. H. Kerr at Nioholson St., Footscray. (opposite McKelvey'e). Workmanship Guarantead. Glass (All sizes in stock) Paints and Paper. Ihanging at town prices, _WBiWPKY REST When you can BUY A IHOUSE On Easy Terms in any part of the distr...
JUVENILE BALL. IN AID OF THE FOOTSCRAY CRECHE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
JUVENILE BALL. IN AlDUlu 'OTill E FOO'SCHLAY CIII: CI2 FUND, The hall arIranged IbyI1 thle MaSllQ-01 (.Mrs. T. 1B. 1)rolv' in old of theill,· 0er fm·1:1'i , o 111(· Federi\,l ih I 1nll, was.~ ver fund, it I.%( 1. lit" ' (`:ll 11;111, ICAO t II11 ( su, c(-ssful. 'Thirt Iworn a nmainer of very tine seti I and judging it Iii jBudges, I n nt. t lsuit l 10 standa 1 a11l round unsa tilt 'ifilT e .11aynt, oin Inll:ill' of fihl i p r as Ind MIrs. A.\ I ulninant thmakeit'd lI l the twilling w rker . \lthil ll(. n aI'mortss pre-un( ed Ithe prizes. Mlist (ludIatstuon lul t ll.Irge o the ;;rnd maBrch, Ihids was wecll ";wrist outi. IDuriig the s\eve 1il, lihsrty visited Iii hall, and was abolit to say :t fstll words1 wthun hr Ica interruplled by Ils Hallse entised by Ills ,(mss. which created Muhtel uscr imn t~u. Its Itrovidetd elloolatt cs I'm, Ills u'ildrsn. 'T'hl .iudges t.Mrs. flartly nin .111.'s ('J',,, prindpollis of the .\lnddin pa niornhun compntii ) , Anve ,cntral satisfaction. Followin...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
DEATHS. MIOIHELL.-On the 4th August at t tie Children's Hospital from Hpptic poisouing, Harry the honuic son of lloury and Sara Michell, of 15 Moore atreet, Foot?criay. ,Ag 21 yeara. " Mother'i Pride aId I'iathlr'o Tonic. recepTone : 51 'Tootscray. Cbhe dverti serI PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN.
ENJOYABLE DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
ENJUYA IhI ) DANCE. 'l'he annuual dance inaugurated by the employes of C. Forge, which eventua ted on Wednesday evening last in the Federal hall, wans i most onl uable and successful functlion. The hall was ar tistically and tastefully dlecorated with palms and floral dlesigns and presented a festive appearance. About sixty-five couples danced to the strains of Gor don's string band which proved very ellicient, whilst the catering of Mrs Armbruster left nothing to be desired. The appreciation and thanks of all who participated in the evening's enjoyment are due in ia lunasua e to tlie enpTable se cretary Air L 'I'. Williamns and his en orgetic committee.
"THE PITFALL." Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., Melb. & Lon. CHAPTER XVI. Turk and Greek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
"THE PITFALL." By 81R WILLIAM MAGNAY, Bart. SAuthor of "The Master Spirit," "The a Red Chancellor," "A Prince of Lovers," etc. r Published by Arrangement with C Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., Melb. & Lon CHAPTER XVI. Turk and Greek. Tilghman and DBalmay, by waiting their opportunity, were able, fortunl ately, to make their way out of the tunnel unperceived by de Gastard or the Turk who had joined the Chlil worths at some distance away. Aided by the broken ground, the two friends worked their way round to the part: so as to malke it appear they had come from another direction. "It is just as well that the Baron did not stay underground and find us there," Tilghman observed, as the: crept along, "Our lives might he in Jeopardy, eh? "Degidedly, if he had an idea how much we know. We may be pretty sure of his methods. And I tell yoi what, my dear Hugh." "Yes?" "I would not buy that magnificent blackmailing Turk's life at a week's purchase." "Ah! You think he will not be content ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
On Tuesday last England declared warl upon Germany. This serious step has met with the complete approval of a nation fully seized of its gravity. It was felt that Britain's obligations to her allies must inevitably force her into the fighting line unless she were pre pared to sacrifice her honor, and sur prise was freely expressed that the de claration had not come sooner. The calmness and dignity with which our nation has comported herself through out a trying ordeal is a matter for na tional pride and a good omen of ulti mate success. IHer prellaredness for a contingency beyond anticipation and the swift mobolisation of army and navy furnish unanswerable replies to the critics who, of recent years, have taken every opportunity of instituting com parisons, to our disadvantage, between our arms and methods and the arms and methods of every foreign power. The appointment of Earl Kitchener to the War Office will do more than anything else to inspire confidence. It will mean that the o...
DEBTS AND DEBTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
DE 'TS AND DKI T'UHI . At T''hursday's sitting of the locnl court, orders werie nmade in the oillowing debt cses -J. S. Anderson, re presented by Mr. Secolmb, v 13uaI l Siimpson, ,2/!)/- with 7/6 costs ; v George Beldon and Fred Wlhe'oland, .X-1/5/6i, with 7/6i costs; v J. E. Hall, .£2/10/ with 7/1; costs; v J. Iichirds, X2/12/ with 7/t costs; v John Ed. Doyle, .0 with 13/- costs ; v T. Scott snd Wml. Coyle, £7,18/ii with 13/- costs ; v Win. Coyle, ,£4 with 7/ti costs; v P. J. Lynch, X,7/12/;6 with 410/ti costs; v John Jewell, X,2/19/6 with 40l'/i costs; v 14'. II. Swain, lIondon Stores garnishee, £l/ I:/- ; with 13/-; v Robert snd Clarn 'IThlmpson, 5 0lll/- with 13;/- costs ; It, 1l'nliner, .£i/15/- with 13/- costs ; W. G. lIigton und It. J. Hailnilton, .2/ti/- ; with 7,(6 ; 1'. (;llogley, i'elrosenut-id by Mr. lhrocket, v II. Nesbit, 1.1/ ; with 12/1i costs; J. Brunt, represented by Mr. Liasures, v 1). Brooks, .1/I,/5 with 12/i costs ; 1'tterson's 'Furnishing Co., represented by M...
FOOTSCRAYITES ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
FOOTSGRAYITES AInOAD. Several Footscrayites are at present on a visit to England or the continent, and in view of the troubled state of affairs may have difficulty in reaching home again should the war continue. The following residents of this city are now on the other side cir returning:- Mr and Mrs Armstrong, Paisley street, Cr and Mrs Jenkins. Cr. harris, Mr and Mrs Stewart, Miss A. Carter, Mr. Fox and his son, and Messrs. Harold and Roy Caldecott are with the Mounted Cadets who have olTffered their services, should they be Ire qgored, to the Homeland. Mr and Mrs I'allett, the -former being well-known locally as conductor of the Footscray Harmonic Society, Mr C. Walker and Mr and Mrs D)uncan (Charles street). aire also abroad. We recently received a post card from Mr Pallet from In terlaken, Switzerland, and he then o% pressed his intention of shortly leaving for France, thence England and Scot land for a few weeks. Mr II. H. Caldecott, whose ,ons are at present in England with t...
WISCHER'S WORKS. OPERATIONS SAID TO BLOCK FOOTPATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
IVISCHER'S WORKS. OPMI:1ATIONSi -.\ I i Iuil.OC.K 1FOOTPATII1$. Cr. Johnson, at .lontly aV mooeting; of toh Footscray Coulcil Stated that lie taid rculvein I a v ll'ipltli it ro'gi i'd tug the wii k of i ruakhing down roit: pi ios itl iii i tvu ief iull t intuŽ t Work", The health ' llicer alld IIIn-peCtOr shtiu d visit tie works thi' rollowing daity, lii 0 tu'a'rt to It eivo ncil. C'r. I 't diug: ihto cnitsiul'r uit il righi t oi t11 111h l o i ttie hlu iinttuiry. 'I'ho fi ll f lirie ilta n h I uIjle1 charge of the Iooip;uath :1, 11an 0d P ono could yruss it. It \\I,~ docided to have ;I mrl ontal Loch comma itlau. at nos(t connell.
SEMI-FINAL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
SELII-FINA L'AIATCII. The Association semi-final, Footacray vWilliamstowr. is to be played at the East Melbourne Cricket ground this afternoon. Special trains will run from all suburbs to Flinders Street and return aftcr the match. Admission to ground 1/- and to stand 1/- extra. Molders of Lady's and lMember's senson Lickets of the two competing clubs, will Ibe adinit ted (on production of their tickets) to the ground on payment of (ld,. and 1/ to the stand. 'Ihey must. enter at the turnstiles provitlded for Members tickets. SA great deal of interestis mainifestedl in the result of this match,. as the win ners will on Saturday, the 22nd, play the victors in the Essentlotn-North Mefl Ihourne nmatilch, which is to be played this aifternoon on the Melbourne cricket grountl. Williamstown is a smart tean and expiect to push the tr'icolo'rs, but on past performalnces Footscraxy should win. Esisentdon iandt North Melblourne should ie aIt great go, andtl I lhave I Itan ing to Essendon. The ...
MAKING EXPLOSIVES. SURPRISINGLY LIGHT PENALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
AId KING EXPLOSIVES. SUiIll'Il ISi\GIY 1.14.111`1' PENALTY. '%I A1uudny's court, H[erbure't York lI:ltf11ra :cl;fo r inspector of ex plosivei., pIrocoeeded aguliust 'I(. .\Albians (IuIIn''rytg Co., for uniinwfully inantutleturitg explosives on July 17, Mir, Iltttray stated th11 1 110 otin 'llrettIe of explosives Ili unalilot1101 7sed l'itcll' iti ii t' OX~ltlOnt\tI; Iii ItiiiiltlttOt'hiiei llttices Ilmitle the nit er linble to it penalty' tilt tto £100 lotr' the Itrit of' fette. e lie or etoliutt companly wIas ialso the t kers olt'ricktnrock, anli ut :ltlutisod exploslie, comtposed of isota intn clort te. .ldiptied in titro I t nxOlZOI or l un11 o-lit1ro tol l.l 'I'Ith se tltr onit oI l otuig. Ie. Oon -nlei dato iit;tk It'· I lie0ittostvuci, less seulsltti'e, 141111 tnnlld, an t aintlialoil was ate oft 0 'I'' cwtpantiiy's 'tm'tgt zne. inud geii two tubittIuces ninted wieto fouind there. iThe t.iro-'iuzol til l ben adulttha oth to the exteIttnt of 1hit per coi'1 byt tie dditnl of set...
RIFLE CLUB. SUCCESSFUL SMOKE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
RIFLE CLUB. SUL'C.,'ESS1,'I, li.MO ; Cl'NCEI,'I. 'JiThough, l'ri Wi'i L wI o ra iil (ur al'lll ,st i ht i mi'lll ;ll , illid Io pil bli cilii wiLsth l prote silis of ortolilry, Ilu ismoke tcoIlc rt ulof 111i l ot.scrny t ii llel ('lill, til itl t irriT v Jill! 'Al, Io icL Hi ull ii lwi1mt Siill lrdit i. ii,' Llh , proved re1 - Illll'kihly enjoyl..ile, veryone ll1 iviri] l' lto lill ghoe d .I pirl'ls; t.-everyollt? illpvIrveId to applyciah: (Ihe oery tx fIllellt vo illl ;lId 11,i6al.ll:l1 Vr onl'lllllllt sibiit teil d, i iin l n1 o 81ii 1 I1.ia d to illlsL (ile lonI drtllr.ny blicculk'es tli l, iar hoillll lllt's Illllcted Iupol tllhose In atli tL llllla'c Ii11. f '11.' tW lli?'tol n v, iand who ;r11&lt;1- llolr'l 1l1'hm1i f.,r cohi 'lvhl'v" (hy ll". idry hll 'llinil'iIs otl politi'al topli s. TL li rlihi w\as oe'llpihd by v lplullh A. lloltlrs ln, whloset .j.lialilv ,e.,t a goo.d x IxiIllli l, ;Inl| on11 t i. iI cl. oscl Ifo'llu)wed tlI'roiughi ll;I ,ii llt v clot i n, lig. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
If ite. a GOOD PAIR of SHOES you aro looking for, Call at SWANN'S Cornerof SHOE STORES. NICHOLSON & BARKIY STS. Tloy will Servn you Wull, And at vSwan Stroat, IicliuIoad; 10 Pucklo Street, Muonea Panda; 870 Sydney Road, lrunxwick. Punshon & Co.'s Sale Now Proceeding 7 lb. bug. S.R. Flour l/s 14 lb. dags S.R. Flour 2/ Champlignons (Mushrooms) 1/3 tin Broken Date and Currant Biscuits, 31b. i/ Good Chutney, 6d bottle Seeded Raisins, 59d lb Bargtlins in Crockery, Ironmongery, and Electro Ware. aw See Sale B3ills. 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. He has a Choice Selection of the Season's Goods which you will be pleased with. His Address Is 33 PAISLEY STREET, (Next Foo0scray Club) -- Ladles' Costumes a Speciality.----. ave you tried STEWART S IVisia t I' Bread.? c It is Delicious. Try one to day. Splendid Cure for Indigestion. rice 3d per loaf. Gr. J.i. C^^^arimjl:Tbell, FAMI...
A FARMER'S DEBTS. VOLVED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
- ___ A FARMER'S DEBTS, AI Monday'll si oll 10m ItW. I1nli. irch li r le liedii etti 'f ioneraus hiiIIlen. ill 1'(ll ijipiua ;ls folr ithe recovery of (13/;1/-, f1(1uacy l nt. firi Secolub, fI r co lion laii alt, o eat 11 lH d i '. I l fendl i l (C as II/ il l otier It Illilhi, l l -lll llJ. stl io lii ill, 11111i. Il l iiibby, 110ie, h ii orderi 10 aoe'I.'Ilie deetl Ioiii the iyilii Iit of ,(I.-,pia/-, allot only C10 had IWell paid (efl at I lse lile lii pIrii Id 1lot1p . MIr. ('riift eno liigaed It Igge ifodarit. i e l ifeni ani 5I Iti h it( l ie wa i aS £71i)er at Miel o, Ilie wallls ordered a, (1(y Al. Ilircll 1 01/ o DJelober' IS, 119(s, lil Iwi c ol iii/3/ still ii lu£5iin d 11ui 11n ( l. ilce fiietob r, 1iiii lie had s5nii about £-10o (oal. lIa ir yeltefin fiin I had i ni t bhught J l losck and l aid not l :eol n 11' li;i, 1 i e l.h d 11 1i to ellif Ill fiied boughti dirin1i those y(i r5 was nt aInf paid for. At. ~ildesl IS1(1 si -ala. 11 I~llI~ ( (l05 1 oll II ( ing (o yo 11...
MAINTAINANCE ARREARS PREVIOUS ORDER NULL AND VOID. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
MAINTAINANCE ARREARS I'Il'VIOUS 01 tl1i NULl AND VO1D. Matry Ain Lotuita Lewis sia ed her husband, Francis-, George Lewis, at the local courtion Monday for £3/1i/, irriears of uainutenaince. Ir. tSecomlb alpeared fLor defenolidanut. CoImplainant stated that an order was Inutde on August 18, J13, for do fetudant to py £1 per weok towards the maintnlitance of horself and two clllhidren.. -Ieo iad gut into arrears to. (h oxotent of £3/1/-, anud hue was suing for thitt amount.. - Ir. Secotub: Since the date of the sunuonis, you weont back and lived wilth hln?-No; it's it lie.' Mly word is as gqud nt Illa. Dd yout sttop anyw'Ihere with him?- I stayed at his sister's place with hint. iu: c kiclked up it row, and would not go away.. Mr. Seuonmb: I think wo had better have your evidence takenu down in writing. I don't think you atre too Sruthful. LThe witness was warneud that if tUe .w.a..awneumeaaenotertatvmtanu loaunit not to be true, silo would be liable to beo tried for peirlury, and th...
BUILDING REGULATIONS. FOOTSCRAY BUILDING REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
BUILDNG RETUTLA TIONS. 1i t)0TCILL\Y 1lUIL D INt fEG .' I..\TI(YNS. \1'111 luirinlg Iliadt 1'h0 ttestiol of buildinl regulations under considrent 0Ila1or yeats1 , thi 'oolsiiieniy Couiiitl, alioi t i nm gunt :l :o, idopted Itrii's ded illiii g rIi ilit 11 lh, 1iiiiliti tiiiit'1 nowl 11t force. Nererni butilder' look oexceptionl to N ill b lnt, s l; i. it e 10r11 1I tl ialls, nd1111 ;I deptailiiot, e itin^ of ii itig s, .t Nelson, Brook." liohelrson, lMoll mul Joune1', 11 waitr on 11 i nit Ii e 11 n on (Iny e.\ lli t . ;Id nil 81 1 fot" n IInllmli SlIi i (ll. Il I ii of i ijult s h p lt l uito IIIlItI S lli 111&,, they asked 1111)I lcSetking-(1i1 i lil e ;Iill lettIn' ,I al inin s 1ii itHhit e ii llstit I i tii IIhe\" Ii IiIterd h t u ii '1 ih d 111til hi . ITh reiigtit . iii 1oit i, alIs sclt ptini te ii a the i l 1 i th of ' Iilo ki iIIll I. t1111 h;III ho Iii 111 ches, frith sole 111."l1t1 s Iolid ltei ut ati tton 1) 1 1 Val Ill Ihe ;II Wrd11, to 1' Inchie. Another liam ch...
PROPOSED TANNERY. AT YARRAVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
PROPOSED TANNERY. A AT YAlIitiAVILLE. The application of Lloyd Blros. and Magglinis for permisulionu to erect a ta umry on the west side of \Vsilte hnlhl-street, Yarrallle, was further discussed at thIle meetlung of the Footscray Counlcil on Monday. 'IThe Council ollicials reported that they could ee 1no objectllonl to the granting of the applicition. Cr. Johnson: P'rope' auplervlsion should be exercised over these works, and nothing offensIve should ie tole rated. Cr. Fielding: Se(tlement Is pro gri'essig iii thie vicinIty of these pro posed works, aiid if we grant this application then we tare practically mnaking it a noxious trade area. Cr. I'Peurce: People who live there muIst have hearts like lions Cr. Fielding (continuing): We are estltblisliulg a precedeut If we grant this. Cr. Bell: I am voting In favor of thle application oil tihle undertc unding that there Is to be nothing of an ob noxious character arlsing from the works. Cr. MDDonald: 1 ifavor granting the request on thl...
FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
FIRE. \\·Ie fly llk' Stuatn1,11 illlut iltig t heS wat llilan ;I .lu ills and ' ' ol sc .lay W%'.~k 11(11 ( 11 1 t e ( c io gin( -liht. ; Inr e por l 41I" the coke tintiltl"v. ilaw Il(ll*y. The lutI I liIl lii was (qui("kly" snnianonll.d and. arriving 0ionistly, II;I s intheld l) lilt the tire out Ibefore it hart a clumce I)sra ilIen mlln;.I , ;o pmull ";Ire, :ndl Ntalinst )Ilkller M11:Igo1r and hi. mlen ;Ie dleserving of' red'tit 1'411 thleir elallebut work.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 August 1914
SPECIAL NOTICBE& 1Mj £SOWIEY. Buckley street. Foot L . acray Tank Maker and Sloot Iron Worker. fank contractor to Victorian Qoy. ornennt Railways. Baths, troughs, eto. Orders promptly attended to. 12o Nicholson Street, Footscray. (next National Bank) Alex. Doherty has opened as Confeotioner and Paatryoook Tobaccos, Cigars and Gigarettso. Soft Driunlka ,' Paetry Freshl Daily. 111 W. G. SHEPHERD CATERER, "Roseville," 85 Paisley Street,4 Footecray. Crockery and Catering Re uiqiitea on hire, Tenders for Wedding Breaktasat, Banucueots, Socialo,Garden Parties, Pionics, Smoke Nighta to. Up to-date Plant, Beat recommendations, Tenders any dietrict. Phone, 278 Footscray. L. Seegeor, Pastrycook & Caterer, Late Foreman for J. E. Hooker and Co., Swanston Street Begs to announce to the Roeidents of Foota· oray and surrounding Districts that he has purchased the wrll-known Business in Nioc holson Street lately carried on by Mr;ordy, where hie will supply the Best Goods at Reasonab...