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THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 September 1914
The old family physician being away on a much-needed vacation, his prac tice was entrusted to his son, a recent medical graduate. When the old man returned, the youngster told him, among other things, that he had cured Miss Ferguson, an aged and wealthy spinster, of her chronic indigestion. "My boy," said thle old doctor, "I'm proud of you; but Miss Ferguson's in digestion is what put you through col. lege."-"Everybody's iMagazine." Mistrmss (to new cook),"Ycu'll not find me difficult to suit, Bridget." Bridget: "I'm sure not, marm; I've seen your husband."
Sunshine to Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 September 1914
Sunshine to Melbourne Sunshine to ielbourne (week days) 6 27 -6 55-7 30 739 8 1-8 21- 9 26 -1 3-11 3- 12 30-? 8 3 0-3 45 5 26-5 31 -5 35 6 9-6 44-7 31 8 33 9 50-11 12-12 9 Saturdays: 6 27- 7 0-7 30-7 39-8 1 8 21-9 26-10 3-11 8-12 2-12 7 z12 23-I 21-2 8-3 2-4 33-5 28 643 8 33-950-11 8 1229 Sundays-Sunshine to Flinders street 9 54 a.m I 53-3 47-6.16 9.o-ro 19 Leave Footscray 11 minutes later.
TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 September 1914
TIME TABLE. 'ootscrayto Mel.ourne (Flintier St. -S 28 a.m -6 20-6 47 -6 59-7 6-7 18 7 30- 7 36"--7 t6--7 54--8 a--8 8-8 20o 8 24-8 40- 858 -95-9 36-9 46-10 2 10o 38-10 57-11 40-12 7 p.m. 12 31 14-1 29-1 45- 1I57-214-2 8--249 3 9--3 31-3 52-4 8-4 40-5 24-5 10o 520a--533--.55-559 6 ua 19 634 6 46 -7 2-7 8- 7 15-7 31-7 38 48-8 8-8 34-8 58-9 29-10o 7 To 25-10 57--I 13-Il 34-11 59 -12 25. saturdays as usual to 10 38 a. m. then o105 1142 1155 122 126 220o 1224a-1231-12 44-1 Ib 115a 132 1 49-2 5-2 12-2 16-2 29-2 36-3 4 3 23- 3 49'-3 52-4 9-4 41-5 t0 530-5 Z51--o 10o-6 34-6 52-7 8-7 15 7 30-7 37-b 8-8 32 8 58-9 29 to 7-o10 25-10 57-11 13-11 28 11 36-11 45-11 59- 12 13-12 25 1 14'. Sundays: 9 43-9 59 a.m. 12 59 p.m. 1 43 I 55-213-a 25-238-2 54-322-3 47 4 4-4 21- 55- 5 22-5 52-6 22-6 52 7 5 724 -752-121 852-921-929 9 37-945-10 5-10 25-to 40o-ro 5 w.r-rribertoSpencerSt. aSpencer. St. only. F Fridays only, rrain leCave oeddon 2 min. earlier, Yar* raville q min., Willismstown 20 min. Mlelhourne ...
BAND CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 September 1914
BAND CARNIVAL. Very comnprehenslve- arratigements aire being made in overy department of the above in order to render the event which Is to take place next Saturday at the WVestorn Reserve a noteworthy one. The committee and others responsible for the attractions Involved in the fancy dress, poster advertising and lburlesque procession ant sports carnival are leaving nothing undone to vender the event lire-minently attractive. Memboiser of the friendly societies, clubs and bhands are doing their very uttermost to further the cause, and they alone will make the event a red letter one in Footscray. The conmmittee are con fident that the carnival will attract thousands from' Melbourne and sur rounding places. In' the procession selior cadet teams will march in order named;-"A" Company, 05th lnlttilion, Second Lieut. W. M. aInttlicwson; "13" Company, 03th bat talion, ,ieut. Polton; "C" Company, (15th battalion, Lieut. (, C.', Bird; "D" Company, (5th battallon, Lieut. E. A. Davis; "I," C...
YARRAVILLE CRICKET CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
YARRA V1LLE cr2 CKET CLUB. AN'NUAL MEETING. After runllnllg into the linini- three years ill successiolln, Ile Yarravllle Cricket Club is entering uplon tlhe coming sco son with tile ilxqd deltr 1mluntion of bl'llglugi the lr'ellllershlD )oUUllunL of tile V.JI.L'.A. to Yarraville, and, with tile tllent available, that s0o11ld not be beyolnd them. The 111ul 1111al mlcOlll-g was\' held at Yl'?Itrlville oil T'lhllrsdlly cveolnillg, alut tilhe detller i tlll nation 1'ei''',ed to wls Iry muuIlc In evidence. 'l'laere wits W 1 large alt teontliuce of Illelull,., ainltd pIrocCeed ltlgs were of It ver'y Iulcablet 1111d lProIslnUg ihlaracter. lAmllongst l her Ilmatters referred to inll the1: 1 1ual report submuitted by Mr. F. '. 1. A. Goodwiln, It wals stated: "There was cause for disappoint auent In our fillureo to ltloliX the pro Illlorilll illllllnunt, whlUl the chuIICe of snccous looked partlcutlarly bright; but for the thli'd yorllin stcclsOlon our tellll ws In the 11Ull1 four,. alnd onl...
SOCCER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
SOCOEBR. On Saturday last Northumberluand and Durham United met Spotswood on the River Bank. Spotswood had.!i defeat to avenge, in that N. and D, beat them by a goal to nlone in the first round o, the Dockorty Cup. N. and D. won the toss, and the visitors kicked off against the wind. Almost at. once the Spotswood for wards tooli the ball up to the N. and D. goal, and Grieves running in scored with a shot, which gave Roblson lno chance whatever. After this early re verse, N. and D. played up well, and soon worried the opposing defence, Laycock being pulled up for offside when about to shoot, and Harper just afterwards for the same reason. Then a bit of good passing ended in Stevens giving Moore a hard shlot to stop. At. the other end lzzard shot hard in from thie right, but Roblson saved well. The former player next headed over from a good centre by Grieves. Half-time: Spotswood 1, N. and D., 0. After change of endst, play continued fast and even, Miller for N. land D. putting over w...
PROPOSED CHURCH HALL OF ST. OSWALD, MARIBYRNONG. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
Throug'h the generosity of the (oun cil of the Diocese a tine block of more than two aerew' has beenll secured at Marlbyrnoug for church purposes, aind for this the parishloner,: are very grateful, A strong commlittee has beenl formled by the local ehurchlmen, and steps have been taken to fence and improve the property an11d to erect a building thereon. Mr. Alt. Carleton hs lenout his aid, and has presented tlhe committee with the plhi1s illd speiciications for ftille church hall, a sketch of which is re produced. It is proposed to have the sanctun ry (which will be shuit oIff front the mainh portion of the building by folding doors) dedicated in honor of St, Oswald. This dedication to the great Northumbrian soldier-salnt Is pecullarly appropriiate in view of the fact that the building will not. be merely ati brdinary parish church, but will ilso serve asp a garrison church for portion of Commonwealth military forces permunently stationed within a few hundred yards of it. The buildi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
SPECIAL NOTICEU, £5000 Wanted IN 30 Days We want to raise the above sum to meet the needs of our business. To do this we, i e. WILLIAMS -THE SHOEMEN Declare WARl 011 Prices. We are moving all of our Pat ent Leather Goods to the Front and they will - Bear -The - Brunt of the slashing. These goods will be offered at -About- -Three -Fifths of their regular value, and great will be the slaughter. Our second line Of Attack Will be a Great number of Women's and Children's Shoes. These will be offered at 2/II 3/Il 4/il And the first to Make A Raid ... Will capture them. Then we have an allied Army of different manufacturers Goods, which have bren picked up cheaply. These will Be Surrendered to the first buyers who can attack the citadel on Friday Morning Next, --The -Prices- will be so small that they will present no obstacles to the Invaders. Here are the Prices. Gent's Lace Boots in Glace Kid, Box Calf and Tan Willow .Bals, that have been through One or Two Campaigns and Retired Injured,...
HELP YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
HELP YOUR TOWN. Talk about it. Write about it. Help to beautify it. Buy all yoe can in it. Advocate progressive ideas. Remember that by assisting trades. nmen you help the place along. Keep your money in the place, 811 all you can and buy all you can at home. Tihe men who have invested in store, workshops and other business places are building up the town, and they should be supported.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
SPECIAL NOTICES. T. GOUGH, SURGEON DENTIST, 156 NICHOLSON STREET, Footsoray Over Shaw's, Grocers. Telephone: 272 Footscray, Sets of Teeth ...... from .3/3/ Best work only done. Artificial Teeth, 5/- and'7/6 per tooth. Fillings, Crowns, &c., at Moderate Charges. Mr. GOUGH attends to all Patients himself, and If satisfaction is not given Fees will be returned. Hour; : 9 a.m. to 8.30 p.m. Saturdays, ga m, to I p.m. P. E. SAINSBURY, L. D. S.: By Exams. Melb. Universit Dental Qurgeon L::-'-' eeds Street, Footscray. GOLD INLAYS, CROWNS, BRIDGES &c. Miss Beatrice I, Johnstone Costumiere, Mechanics' Institute Buildings, Nioholson Street. Hiss. I. SMITH, COSTUMIERE, 85 Charles Street, Footsoray (End of Victoria street) Country Customers Special Attention. Latest Styles. George E. Edwards, Painter, Paperhanger, Grainer and Signwriter.i wishes to notify that he hts taken over tte business formerly corried on by S. IM Kerr at Nicholson St., Footsoray, (opposite 7McKelvey's). Wor...
AN EXCITING VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
AN EXII'TING VOYA4GE, An inerosting diary,' descrlibing iu detail experiencell ad imtpresuilous, was kept by Mrs', ". Cheney on her recellt trip to the old Ilud. The re turnill trip Ii the G(erman steamer, Boon0, was pregnant with incideut in Its 'later stages. There wore 135 lritishllrs on board, and at Coloumbo they learned that war had broken out between Austria and Russia. The boat. left, as luual, despite the excite Inent on hoard; exciteinent ,which In ereasedlwhen it' was learned by wire less that England, Germnuly, France and tUflgunim were uuder arms. A rcenlch cruiser was sighted near Jlava, but the. l1oon was travelling at top spoed, with all lights out, and got cleor. The Britishers saw that the regular route was being abaudoned; the exctllment grew day by day, and the feeling became very bitter, with the result that several fights oc cilrreal. Nau I 'lly, Ihit ladies 0o board felt lile strain lseverely. They hlad no idea where Ithy were being carried, and ietir anlim wa...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
The Gardens' Committee visited the gardens of the municipality on Satur day last. Cr Drew reported so to the council on Monday last. He said he found sonic very dilapidated, and fol lowed this up by remarl.ing, " I said some; well most of them. " Most people will agree with him. lie said the committee were unanimous that the fence at the Napier street gardens should he removed and a light rail sub stituted and the place given a general "clean-up". The Cuming gardens was all right when once you got into them but you had to crane your neck to see what was inside. The fence should be removed there also. After this fence crusade it was something of "a bolt from the blue" to hear the north ward member say that on visiting the Yarra ville gardens opposite, they found a score of fine draught horses grazing there-free of cost, too. That should be stopped, and at once. "I have no time, he remarked, for wandering cattle and that sort of thing,'' Nothing could be done to the gardens for some t...
ST. ALBANS SHORT ROAD. ATTRACTIVE OFFER REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
ST. ALBANS SHORT ROAD. •\ATTHtACT'I'I \'1, OFFER IlI?F,'?ID, At fhe Iltt'ybr'oo?c Couneil oin Moo dity hist ('r. Ouie, followinlg on it mlotlin lle lhad *giveln iat the prtevlou ii'etillug, mlllO'ove thai th?le counltl Ie. cept the offerl of Mr'. H-. V. J'iKty to give ia strI'p of hlld 130 feet froul tIhe I'ilwVay litle IrI iunttig fromlll Kellor to St. All-inns, to pelrm'it of it direct roaid hieing tmadel bet ween I?ellor, St. Alalls aI}n( Sushiuie. 'oti' reprlo selultl'ives Il'rott Kellot'r were prl'sent to give thelir iews. Cr'. Ol)ie sali theil offel' was a good thing for' the shirte nd Ilnd.ioitning Illt it' ipllit ieiis, anud tieat?l t l11t' le.se?i? - Ing of e111 distance to it. Albituu by dver' a tile 11 d tl quarteri' Ii mllllt, too, the opening up of the thiro whichl, n a little titme, would be re orlga'tiseld. Tile Iroald would hI e it conveenl ce to10 people olltsildo Ihe shil'r its well as those Il it. VlWhenl they hlld it fairly good offer they shoultd avail lthmselve...
THE TROCADERO. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
This cosy and pretty little theatre is already a popular resort for all in search of an evenings trnnsement. During the week a diverting program of vau deville and pictures was given to large and appreciative audiences. For to night a complete change of program will be given when Lenora Do Vere, The Bouncing Bushes, and Leonard Nelson will supply the variety part. New pictures will include a thrilling ,1 reel special, also a Keystone comedy and numerous others. The film classic, Nero and Agrippina, will be shown for one night only at the Trocadero 'T'heatre. Wednesday night next.
BRAYBROOK COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
BRA YBROOK COUNCIL At Monday's meeting of the lraiy broolc Coulllcil all counlllorl? were prl'sellt except ('r. Munrlllo. 'I'hls \was the list meet uing of tilit coutell's yeotr, anld Cr'. G. -5t'K ay, tIle reth' ing presideInt, in vacaling the chair, s lit litaybrookl had progressed rapidly during the previous twelve monlths. Good work latld also becu done by the coulcill. ill conjunction with the H(oads hlotard, I thy had malle Ulhlrnat-road (the largest worke they ihad e\verl ullndertakllenll); lnld llll'purchasedl it road-utaking pnlat, which lind al ready paid for itself and -as still 111 good order, and lntitly other' progres sive mlovemelllnts hlitd been cfllried out. Ile thanked conuncillors for the way they hadtl supported himn duritng his Thlle incomilllg l'ts ldenttl l m !low ?nce was, onl the motionl of (Cr'. De)t" hmiu and Ople, lixed at £25, the u.ane as last year, aniitd Ci'. lihusnt theu mnoved that Cr. Irnatwell blt elected pIresident for 1114-.15, 'T'his was second...
THE GRAND THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
At the Grand Theatre, Paisley :treet the great star picture, The Lure of London, featuring England's foremost beauty actress, Miss Ivy Close, will be shown as well as other star pictures for three nights only commencing to night, Saturday September 19th. The programmes will be now changed every Wednesday and Saturday.
ST. GEORGE'S THEATRE. A COLOSSAL PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
ST. GEJORGE'S THEATRE. A COLOSSAL I'liODUCTION. A photo-phly of gigantic proplor' lolus, ulltitled "Neolro," it fillm of ten pnarts, openl at St. (4Gerge's l'Theatte, Yarritvllie. on Monday night. and ,',ill occupy llllot Ithe whole etolillug. It Is the loges him yet prl'oduced shwn\\' in its utilrety on Olt' nighI. l )eaI lug with tile XNtro regime and Chris th1111 UI Yl'ryrdo(llit,the Story ulll'olds itself" i the entire cut.al of N)ro, llnd his tyrannty tid villiilny are act Inspiring aild lthrillinhg, and continues unltil the great irolmise of Christ paI.ss over the colrruptlit of tlle tile.sC of lIRote Ilke It soft breeze oil the wings of purity. The scenes of Christians and slaves beillg thrown to th1e lolls, and tile lire and destrue tioll of lomlne, are terrible ond never tu.bo-forgot.ten soen?u untequialled in clucmaltography. Over 2000 gorgeous costumes. are said to be introduced, and the play is staged in mgulllicont iplendor. The Metropolitan Board notified the Footscray...
PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
I'ATRIOTIC FUNI). Amount previously acknowledged, £1186/18/1. Cuming Smith Employees Mutual Benefit Society, £75; Employees Colonial Ammunition Coy. (3rd instal mont), £S32 8; Employees and Stall Mt. Lyell Works, £.6/0 ; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown, £5/5; S. A. Cant, £3/3; Em ployees Footscray Council (2nd instal ment( £3/2 ; James Hendry, £2/2 ; Yar ravillo Congregational Church, 13/3. Total, £1315/0.l1. BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. Peter Fraser, £2/10; Cuming Smith Mutual Benefit Society £25; Employees Standard, Quarries Ltd,. £15 ; Balanco ,Soldiers' Farewell ac,lI £4]0/3. Total, £46/10/3.
YARRAVILLE CITIZENS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
YARB A VILLE ?ITIZENS' CLUB. Siluc its estalbllshment in the spl?nl didly-designed and handsomnely-equip pid( Juames CumIng lustitute,: the Yarraville Citizeus' Club. has served many useful purposes; liha taken Its place lus one of the most progressive and successful Institutions in the dis trict, and has provided recreation and food for thouaght for its largIo and ovuergrowing circle of. members. That it' hls been fortunate in, its a ptlicer gos wlithout saying; its confinued lrosperity Indicates that, and that In terest in its doings 1"' not on the de. ellue was slown by 'the large anld on thusinstlc attendance of members at the ninth annual meeting. This was hold iat the institute last Saturday ntiht, and there was evidence lamongst membors of a quiet determnatlion to pu sh ,the club still further illead. From the annuIal report we Quote the following paragraphs: "The' annual revenue froml the bil halrd tables,-we regret to say, shows a falliug off ,to 'the extent of £U7/12/S, as...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
If itf a GOOD PAIR of SHOES you ire Io king [or, Call at SWALN'S Corneroi SHOE STORES. NICHOLSON & BARKLY STS. . Thy will Servo you Well. And at Swan Stroet, lliclhiioi d ; 6o Pluulu Sttlout, llll ,·u1 Ponds ; 370 Sydnlly RoIad, lSlunbwick., Seasonable Goods At - PUNSHON'S Sulphate of Soda - - Gd bottle New Dates (fine sample) - 3- 3d lb Prunes - o d lb Drickd Apricots - - O6d and II lb Loose Saline Powder -- - - 40zs 3d lPackets "Punshons"' S R. - - albs ford. d Suituv Whair e Wh a-iing S3cliticrin 6 hotil - - Greasolvent, for dirty hands - - - - d tin A fine display in our windows and our show cases of articles suitable for Wedding Prasents. Call in and seo them. P U NSHO N'.S Telephlone 4.10 143 Nicholson Street Footscray You will a New Suit and an Overcoat for the Winter and you cannot, do better' than let W. J. McCANN, PRACTICAL TAILOR, M11easure you He has a Choice Selection of the Season's Goods whicb you will be pleased with. His Address is 33 PAISLEY STREET, (Next F...