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PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 August 1914
PRESENTA TI ON, Mir. LI. Iaufiuir -atzus, i-avinb entered into business engagements which made it necessary for him to resign the position of organist and choir-master in the local Presbyterian Church, the choir and a few personal friends entertained him and Mrs. Smith on Wednesday evening at a social gathering which was very enjoyable. A musical programme of an informal nature was contributed to by the Misses J. Cock, E. Hunt, Osborne, and Messrs. Clarke, James and H. Johnson. The Rev. A. W. Butler referred to the high esteem in which Mr. Smith was held, and asked him to accept, as evidence thereof, a suitably inscribed suit and dressing caee combined, and for Mrs Smith a marble clock of attractive workmanship. The presentations were supported by Mr P. Fraser on behalf of the Kirk Session, Mr J. R. Johnson, J.P,, as representative of the Board of Management, and Mr E. L. Gauld for the (Jhoir.'
COURSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 August 1914
COURSING NOTES. 'The Footscray Coursing Club held a successful meeting at Melton on Satur dcay last when the Footscray Stakes, of 16 dogs was comnleteid for ; winner £20 and trophy. gift of Mr R. Powell; run nor-up £6; two (logs, £2 each. After some interesting racing W. Ogden's Lady Kyogle, A. 1. Tucke(r's Missive, and Miss U). Farrell's Swift Wings were left in the final and they agreed to di vide. The arrangements were carried out carefully by the hon. secretary, Mr II. lansen, in conjunction with a hard working committee, with Mr .1. E. Orr as president.
OBITUARY. MR. HENRY FREEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 August 1914
OBITUARY MR. HENRY FREEMAN. A promising career was brought to an untimely end on Thursday week with the death of Henry Arthur Freeman, aged 19 years. Deceased was cycling in. Elizabeth street, City, was knocked down by a motor car and died in the Melbourne hospital shortly after. The Iuneral took place on Saturday morn ing Iast at the F'ootscray cemetery and the large circle of friends thair followed the remllins provide excellent testimony to the esteem in which deceased had been held. The pall-bearers were workmates of de ceased, and the Rev. J. II. Goble was the ofliciating clergyman. Mr'. W. A. Warne had charge of the mortuary arrangements. A large number of immnortelles and wreaths were for warded by sympathetic friends.
EVERYLADY'S JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 August 1914
EVERYLA DY'S JOURNAL, One of the chief features of "Every Indy's Jourlnal" for August. Jnlst to hand, is a very boeautifully illustrated article on Gardeniug for Women, in which the writer shows how garden ing may be made, 11ot onllly i delight fui hobby, Ibut a payinll matter for ainy woman with ener'y and brlllins, There is also at symplosiumll 'f noted people upon Ithe qlestionl which was piartly discussed in the lpreviouts month, nlluly: 'H-llve A.lstralian Girls Too Miuch Liberty?" Miss .IIlen Davis, the well-known journalist, describes, la a luely illustrated article, how a great mailboat is provisioned, and the problems of housekeeping with which the chief steward has to struggle. On the strictly practical side is an in siruictive article on the 1)roper-time to hatch out chickenl, nlud how to care for theol. Many pages of the newest fatshions aLnd the latest, fancywork are givenou, and a lolng rango of articles dealing with varioui phlses of domes. ticity round out ain excell...
FOOTSCRAY'S PART. PROPOSED PATRIOTIC WAR FUND. GENEROUS GIVING DESIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 August 1914
-FOOTSCRA YS PART. PROPOSED PATRIOTIC WAR FUND. GENEROUS GIVING DESIRED. Though very little reliable war news .is coming through it must not be taken 'for granted that all is well with Great Britain. The German nation did not enter upon its momentous struggle without counting the possibilities and though, on the face of it, it would seem that its defeat is the only outcome that defeat will be a heavy and costly task. For that reason every well-wisher of the British Empire should be prepared to play a part in assisting toward the goal of victory. It is not possible for every British subject to go to the front to fight for King and Country, but there are other methods of promoting the Empire's cause. Those who cannot offer their lives can do something for those who do. Apart from what Gov .ernments may do there is need for money to ensure that Australia's ex peditionary force shall go forth not only well equipped, but with minds contented by the knowledge that if they do fall, or even...
A CHALLENGE. RIVAL BANDS. WHITEWASH V. DARKTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 August 1914
A CHALLENGE. 1IVA'L BANDS. WIll'TEWASH V. UDAS'KTOWN. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." As the members of the Darktown Brass Band are doing a great deal of blowing about their musical. quallllca. tions and their new sot of up-to-date in'truments, I hereby challenge for tlnd o behalf of the members of 'the contest for any sum of monoy froe £20 to f50, and same to be handed to the baud obtaining the highest num ber of points, the amount of moucy to be doposited with the Mayor of Footscray not ltter thitn tile 2nd Sop tomber next. T'h conditious of con. test to be as followa: 1. That each and every player must bo in active monuborehip of his band not less than two months prior to date of contest. 2. That each baud play two selee tions (own choice selectioli and a test piece), 3. That each baud be limited to 20 players. 4. That the contest rules of the Vic torlian Band Assoclation be applicablo to this conte.st, save and except the clauses relating to professional players. As we are do...
HELP YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 August 1914
HELP YOUR TOWN. Talk about it. Write about it. Help to beantify it. Buy all you can in it. Advocate progressive ideas. Iumembcler thatl by nassioting trades. meln you help the place along. Keep your money in the place. Sell all yoe can and buy all you can at hoimo. T'e men who have invested in stores, workshops and other business places are building up. the town, and they should be snpported. The Williamstown Racing Club will hold their August meeting on Saturday next, 22nd inst,
DEBTS AND DEBTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 August 1914
DEBTS AND DEBTORS. On Monday week \V. H, Birch sued Thomas Norten by fraud sum mons for the recovery of 043/3 money lent. Mr Secomb appearing for complainant and Mr Croft for defendant. During the examination Norten was found to be in such a bad linan. cial position that the case was ad journed for a week to enable him to file his schedule. On Monday the case came before the bench again and Mr Croft stated that his client could not go insolvent as the Closer Settlement Board would foreclose and Lvall and len. nings and MIcGinnis have liens over the crop, and now there is war he has the chance of a life time. Dr. McCarthy, J.P.: He is only getting deeper and deeper. He was given a chance. Mr. Croft: I have been asking him to go insolvent for 5 years, but he should be given a chance. An order was made for the pay ment of (43/3/- at the rate of io,' per month, with 40o/- costs, in default, month's imprisonment, Messrs \V. Mitchell and J. McPhee dissenting, and Messrs. McCarthy, Gallant...
ENGINEERS REPORT BRAYBROOK SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 August 1914
ENGINEERS REPORT BRAYBROOK SHIRE. The engineer reported that sev eral contracts had been completed in the Northern and Southern Ridings including spalls for Troups road, Monaghan's lane and for the ford over Koroit creek. Approximately 1937 cubic yds. of spalls had been supplied in the Southern riding. The bridge over WVerribee and Toolern creek at Exford had several stringers in an advanced state of decay, and they required immediate attention. Minor repairs are necessary to other bridges and' approaches, and men have been detailed for the work. Repairs have also been effected to Exford road in the southern riding. As most of the work required has been finished day men could now be dispensed with, Guard fencing has been erected at Sheeh an's bridge and repairs effected to Connor's Ford. Stringers on the upstream of bridge at Deer Park should be replaced. The beams on the bridge at Jones' creek are also decayed. Should repairs be effected the roadway should be widened by six feet an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 August 1914
SPECIAL NOTICEl, W. G. SHEPHERD CATERER, "Roseville," 85 Paisley Street,. Footscray. Crockery and CateringRequiites on hire. Tenders for Wedding Breskfasta, Banquets, Social, Garden Parties, Picnics, Smoke Nights to. Up -to-date Plant. Beat recommendations. Tenders any district, Phone, 278 Footecray, L. Seeger, Pastrycook & Caterer, Late Foreman for J, E, Hooker and Co.. Swanston Street lecgs to announce to the Reiidents of Foots oray and surrounding Districts that heo has purchased the well-known Businioa in Nic holson Street lately carried on by Mr'Cordy, where he will supply the Best Goods at Reasonable Prioes Wedding & Birthday Cakes made to Order, Afternoon Tea a Speciality. 138.140 Nicholson Street Telephone 33 Footscray. C. F. Fincher, General Carrier, 132 Ballarat Rd., Footsoray. Footsoray and Sunshine. Tel, 301 Footaora . Pionic Parties Attended iniiw llnUUlUiuiuliUiuins'" Nihh-Grade TAIL 9RING to Measure / ! ~----- ?} Our Stock of S 8uitings 1 I exten sive ...
DIRECT ROAD TO ST. ALBAN'S. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 August 1914
DIREOT ROAD TO ST. ALBAN'S. of land 150 feet from railway line to enable the council to make a direct road to St. Albans. Cr. Pennell: I object strongly, it's a good offer, but we have a good road to St. Albans and I don't think we should fall in with any private enterprise. Cr. Opie : I've talked to a good few of the ratepayers and they think it a good thing. The Secretary: The Keilor council will seriously consider the matter of assisting in the making of the road. Cr. Derham: The road was asked for by the ratepayers of the north riding, Mr. Furlong gave the first section of the road and I think the suggestion to complete it a good one, but don't think we should make the road now, but we should be quite justified in accepting the offer. Cr Opie gave notice of motion that the council accept the offer of Mr McKay for a ditect road from Keilor to Sunshine. It was agreed that in the meantime the secretary see what the Keilor council intend doing.
SOCCER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 August 1914
SOCCER. The international match England v Scot- land played at Fitzroy C.C, last Saturday &nbsp; resulted in a win for England by 2 gls to 0. The team sent by Victoria to play a match against Tasmania at Hobart, was won by Victoria by 2 gls. to 0. Mat Gar- diner scoring Ist goal. N. and D. will most probably play at Fitzroy C.C. to-day. Supporters find out by referring to Friday's Herald.
BAND CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 August 1914
BAND CARNIVAL. Arlangemnents for the fallcy-dress, iposter-advertisillg and burlesque L'o cossionll lntd ports earnivlal, in aid of the funds of the above, to be held at the Western Reserve on "1lth Sep tomber next, are in it forward state, and there is every irospect of the afl'air being successful. At a nleetllg of the general committee on Wednes day evening, at the Town lIall, Mr. George Edlwalrdi plresided, 1and t aidt 1ie trusied the public would help to strengthen ITle self-confidence' ;111 double the ilowers, of accomlllishilllelt of members. Meossrs. hlliehead, Johnstoll, Partinglon, Swift and TTrIris sulilpported thie relllatrks of the c111irma11n11, ind referred to thle Iany1115 charitable acts of the hand. Theyr strongly urged the pub)lic to 0support tile Illovmonlllt. Mi'. M?l Ph'lOl'Soll lpointed out0. that when successful lit co)lltests Ilthe l.l's exlpenses are p1I ll(y ll'sure , l t ill)t whl en o1 l (110 con-1 trary. they l"st consldoerbly. ¶1ie hand was coltinnnlll...
MR. ROBERT LAWSON YEWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 August 1914
MRlt. ItO1]IEI1T I.A\,,ON YI?.\V'JR. I)eath 'renovedl anll old and much resDected residenlt, Mlr. Robert Law' sou - lowers. of Hnlilarat-road. Foot sc'.ay, frolm this sphere o1 Tluesdfly last, and there l rl'?'l'e e ny wvho \l.'Ol'll the fact. )Ileco;ise , w\lli Iils equally well-lknclow 'l bllrother, ciili to this dis trict. m11any yeari's ago, fanlld, in a i111 small wea tl'erho'll 'd sho1101 ill Nicholson street, eetnhlished ia butchllerilu bus[ nlss I hat proved a highly sllcce'sfnl vellntlre,. Wit II conside a ble onter-' lirlse and with groat bIlith in the future of II lfoot,'ray, S\e8sr... Yewers Ilios. erected iIlhro-?tetried prlelmi ses onl thle sie of the s lu ll shop. d con-ll ItI lled In business then 111111 sr?ceedl ed by Mr. G. 11. .'Kelvey. The lato Mi'. 1. L. Ywerl's contlinlled to take a deep lnterl'est S local af'irlll's, but ol f late years hlis hea:lth failed him, and he as llunable to play any active prllt iln lromotinlg iootscray's pro gross. For sole few inlh?...
OBITUARY. EX-CR. JONATHAN STEPHENS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 August 1914
OBITUA R Y. IX-t'IH. 1JONATHAN STEPHIENS. ()lit' wholtu Yrllravlllites had come Io slietlrely respect b)eenilMe of hlis 'llggad slr'ightforwLar'dliess and tllldly lat'ie, in the person of ex-(C. Jonl ilhun Stepheln. storekeeper, of 13l Illtl-stlreet, Yavrarille, passed to tl(? Great Iol.,yohtd oil Saturday last, after ai prolongeOd illness., lanld mianiy ire the regrets h? llh av. ,?ice heeli uttered i atll sides. D)eceased, In his timl.e, plalted mn11y1 parts. Tie was, lit his death, 70 years of age, ndll Ille iillucei'rolls trl'uten to 1Iits uelmorl'y te-s Illied Io the grea; l Iulitbi r' 1' I'rllellls 11e spossessdi II Uiirlouls parts of thet Stat'i. Ex-('rI. .,Tioliiithlnnii Steiilpi1ens was horni ill (Cornwall ill 1814, came i to .\lustrnhli with ilts w ?idoweiid motlher iII 18502, slld in his youthful days saw stirring Ihunes ihi Ialliarat. lie elllni to I'elrr'-ille 20 years ago, and wui.4 durinig his t'i residence In ills dis ltrict employlei ll oilt Coo.e slatllit exe'tnllu...
P.A.F.S. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 August 1914
Foottcray Lodge P.A.F..S. met under the presidency of \\V.MA. 13ro. '['hompls onll and initiated t wio anyl tlemnibcre. lro. J. Stone reported viiting the North Mc eloturne Lodge. Viitors present, Bro. \Viitb ott, of St. Arnaud, and Ilro. Watrd, of N ). 58, who received a ihearty welcomie. ['he secrtetary rcald lan -appeal lon le - half of the \vidow and children of a ldeplarted brother. The syllalus item, "Motor Race," was wotn by lIro. Turnbull.
THE DUST NUISANCE. FOOTSCRAY'S LAX METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 August 1914
THE DUST NUISANCE. FOOTSCRAV'S LAX METHODS. Last Monday morning, for several hours, the streets of Footscray were given over to the dust fiend, and much damage was done to the stock-itn-trade of shopkeepers, who pay heavy rates and heavier rentals, and receive nothing in return from the authorities, except it be the dust. Cr. Shillabeer mentioned the matter at the council meeting. Business people, tie said, complained bitterly about the yanoyance caused, and the damage done, and he trusted the engineer would see that some proper method of dealing with it was arranged. Cr. Johnson: There has been dust, everywhero, Cr. Shillabeer: I havo been in one or two places to-day where there was none. Councillors (eagerly): \\here was that?
[?] DR. FITCHETT ON THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 August 1914
DRl. "'IT'I-IE'T'T ON TL'HE \VAII. No one knows the battlegrounds of Europe better than Dr. F'itlheltt, hle author of "Hlow England Saved Europe," etc., and his lllsunary in "Life," for Septcnloer, of tilhe events Of the present calamitous outbreaki amonig the nations is deeply Interest lng and Instructive. Taking the Austriian attack ulpon crvtla as the ltfsrtilng polut, h?e Cen phasises the folly of the aged Austrian Emperor in forcing Austria's quarrel with Servla and kindling among the great Iillions so gigantic a conflagral tion. "'illt behllid the pel'rsonall causes of tile war standl the two dlirm, vast shapes of a PlanSlav League and si Pan-German League," wlrites Dr. Flitclehtt, "This is the rlial &lt;ause of the conflict, the Inexpiable feud be twlxt. Slav and Teuton." Maps and diagrams add to the Interest of this summanry, and a. powerful clrtoon by Nuttall lends force to It. "Life" is do voting ia portion of its space to a dialy of tile war, anud announces this a...
ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 August 1914
ATHLET1CS. The third competition for medals was held by the members of the Endeavour Amateur Athletic Club at Seddon on Saturday night. Re sults as follows:-I-. Cerutty, win ner of Physical Culture competition; J. Canavan, runner-up. Boxing, 9st., 2 minute rounds: H. Ivory defeated M. Johnstone on points; A. Casserly defeated HI. Cerutty in two rounds. Semi-finals: H. Ivory defeated 1)D. Rodgers on points. Final: H. Ivory defeated A. Casserly. Boxing, 8st.: M. Rilen defeated J. Canavan on joints, after four very hard rounds; .Carlton defeated J. O'Keefe, knock-out. Final: M. Rilen defeated Carlton on points. There was niot much between these boys for the first three rounds, but in the lintl round, Rilel1 had much the better of it. Mr. Mark Halton was referee, alld Mr. S. Lgllongman timekeeper. During the eveningl, ,Mr. .. Mayna performed Snome lifts on the bar bell, and brokc a strap by expansion of chest. \\'restling bouts between menlbers of the clulb also provided excitemenllt an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 August 1914
SPECIAL NOTICES. DENTIST T. Gough HAS REMOVED TO -Corner of Hopkins & Nicholson Sts. (Over Shaw 8, Grocers. P. E. SAINSBURY, L. D. S. By Exams. Mhelb. Universit Dental Surgeon 5 Leeds Street, Footscray. GOLD INLAY', CROWNS, BRIL GIRS & Miss B. atrice 1, Johnstone Costumiere, Meohanios' Institute Buildins., NioL.olson Street. Miss. I1. 'MI'ITH, COSTUMIERE, 85 Charles Street, Footsoray (End of Victoria street) Country Cetoumere Special Attention, Latest Styles. George E. Edwards, Painter, Paperhanger, Grainer and Signwriter.i wishes to notify that he has taken over tt a busmnes formerly carried on by S. MI Kerr at Nioholson St., Footsoray, (opposite McKelvey's), Workmanship Guar antoad. Glanss (All sizes in stock) Paints and Paper. hanging at town prices. WHYPAY RENT When you can BUY A HOUsE On Easy Terms any suburb, for Small Deposit and the Balance as rent from E, A. WEILAND Builder and Contractor, "The Gables," Cr.Palsley & Victoria Sts. Foot scray. Or any A...