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ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
RO WING. gaI I ( It Ie'ouwiug crow.- have I eClia (7)!, I'. (tIon11 (di), B.· r.iitlsj i5), I'. N\V tie Ivll ii), ti' (plpt ui I, W. e ittihler. .!lul:-iilc' I tktigPit) h W.t (uvetti Iot ithk it.ittlttl bull )o IJ. Jtold ou L'ttosdiiy t.c.'ol. (a'b rkOIttII. tt havei (7)lu'. 'roat. (U),1 to o'mihlaltr) It'. UC Lt11t.9. 'I'te ohhielul opuf3), di.y Sill lie wold ott Stt tltloy, -LIlt OctoIb.r. . V(t) Il'ottI5Outtb t Ilat l wIll ho .ii it 2tt9l.1u0o, nutU IThe oltutlttod oriet] dIalyJIt ow ilth cow whitee,
HARMONIC SOCIETY. TWENTY-SIXTH CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
HARMONIC SOCIETY. 'r\\W NTY-SI XTII- CONCERT'. The attendance at the concert, o0 the above society at the Federal Hal on Tuesday last was disappointing muore so on account of tile fact tha the progrnullue subllmitted was v1 generous lines. The front of tint stage. was, tastefully decorated wilt trumnpet lilies and mtniiltture laigs, Ian looked extremely pleasing. The con ductor, Mr. 11eury Thomas, recalvei a flattering reception. The Items rieu dtred by the society were:--Chorus "Siong of the Vikings"; part songs, (u) "Moonlight and Music," (b) "The Bel hrey 'Tower"' (in thle lirt part) and "The Night Bells" (by theladles only), and "The Choral Fantalsa" on "Faust" tin the second part). The litter was undoubtedly their best effort, and received well-deserved upD plause, although .the other items were satisfaetorily renlldered, considerllng that several mleulbers of the male chortls wcre unlavoidably absent. Miss Rosta Alba, in tile solo, "Dear Bird of Winter, " and " There's a Land,...
SANDOWN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
SANDOXVN PARK. Maiden Sterieple-Grafton Groy or Renong. H-Iurdle---Mountain H ealthr or Calabash. Epping Plato-Hfahol or Gold Charm, Amateur Cur-Swcdish Lad or My Angle. Stlo-Vpo-iroworko or Lattleship. RupektoWood flop-Atorm or Gladwyn. E~p1inog Purro-lFlavadoro or Ulinch. Ascot Thousand-Fuuotanoilo or Rejoice. Five Hlundred-Gaby or Little Poa
PATRIOTISM AT SUNSHINE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
PATRIOTISM AT' RNSHINE At the monthly meeting of the Sun shire- Progress Association held last week, attention was called by Mr Gee. McKay to the fact that 17 of the first contingent about to leave on foreign service were residents of the district. lie moved that as there was not time to give them a " send off, " the people of Sunshine should present each of them with a wrist watch. The motion was carried unanimously and Mr Geo. McKay generously offered to procure the watches at once and see that they were sent away through the committee of the Sunshine Patriotic Fund. This was clone on Wednesday and the gifts were much appreciated. The A.N.A., Sunshine branch, and the Rechabites, each promised a guinea towards the purchase money and further donations are being received by either the sec retary of the Progress Association or the secretary of the Mechanics' In stitute. On Sunday afternoon last the Sun shine Masonic Lodge held a patriotic service in the Mechanics' Institute when a col...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
CRICKEiT. The Victoria street Methodists have again entered the competition for Foot. scray and Williamstown Churches. There are several new players this sea son. Several ladies of the church in tend taking an interest in the club. Rev. E. Tonkin is president and Mr C. Bever, secretary. Senior Constable Waddell, who spent so many years on duty in Footscray, was to have been entertained at a smoke night in this district last Tuesday even ing. The Chief Commissioner of Police however, refused permission for the function to be held and there was noth ing for it therefore but abandonment,
GROCERIES ON SALE. AN "AFTER HOURS" PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
GROCERIES ON SALE. AN "AFTER HOURS" PROSECU lON. At Thursday's court Francis Pember ton, inspector of shops and factories, pro cceded against S. L. Peard for having his shop open for the sale of groceries on August 25th, after the hours prescribed. Mr Jones prosecuted and Mr Hall appear ed for defendant who pleaded guilty, Informant stated that defendant kept a grocery shop and also sold cooked meats, etc., at Yarraville, He visited the shop at 7 p.m. on August 25th and on the counter exposed for sale was a quantity of groceries and cooked meat. At that time the cooked meat could have been sold but the groceries should have all been nuder lock and key, Mr. Hall, for the defence, stated that there was no evidence of sale. Mr, Peard was called away to another suburb to a brother who was dying and in the hurry did not lock the groceries away, Unfor tunately solme years ago a fine had been recorded and if fined again n)ight lose his suspension which allowed him to sell the two classes o...
IMMIGRANT'S CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
II"MlitGRA NT'S UILAIMS. At Thursday's court, Edward Willings sued E. R. Gill and Co. for the recovery of 11 weeks wages at 15;- and 10'- he had given Mrs Gill to mind for him. Mr. Secomb appeared for complatnant and Mr. Hall for defendants, Mr. Secomb explained that complainant was a physical weakling and had been employed at Mrs Gills for 10 or 11 weeks. HIe was to have received 15/- per week, but only got 1/- now and then to go to the pictures. He was given various articles of clothing while employed there and the cost of these had been off his wages at exhorbitant prices. Besides this a set off had been sent in for 15/- for one week's board and lodging, and 10/- in lieu of one week's notice, 7/6 for doctor's expenses, and 4/6 that had been paid himt. Complainant who for some unexplained reason carried a brown paper bag of pieces of brick in his hand, said lie cotm menced at Mrs. Gills on June 23rd, and was put out on September 4th. He was to be paid 15/- per weeek. He had to scr...
ALLEGED STABBING AT YARRAVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
ALLEGED STAIllING AT YA RILA VILLE. A man named Win. Texas Saville (32) was arrested at Yarraville on Thursday on a charge of wounding with intent to murder, a Miss Heleon Andersen (21). It is stated that accused, who was suo sequently remanded to appear at the Footscray court on Monday, had been walking out with Miss Andersen until a few days ago; that on the young woman refusing to continue the acquaintance he became very angry, waited for her as she left her home at Wilson street, Yarraville, where she resides with Mr and Mrs E. W. Stow, and after a few words lunged ather with a pocket-knife inflicting a wound on her arm, It is further stated that accused drank the contents of a bottle of chlorodyne, the effect of which was negatived by the promplt administration of an emetic by Mr J. W. B. Pedley,
AN UNFAIR ATTACK. CR. PEARCE'S REMARKABLE METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
A N UNFAIR ATTACK. CR. PEARCE'S REMARKABLE METHODS. Toward the close of proceedings at the meeting of the local tramway con ference on last night week Cr Pearce, looking unusually lierce, make a re markable and most unjustifiable attack on " The Advertiser, " presumably be cause this journal, in the interests of the district, has felt compelled to ad versely criticise the absolutely im possible tramway route favored by him and forming the subject of report by the electrical engineers appointed by the conference. Cr Pearce said he wanted to ask Mr McCarty, the electrical expert, a ques tion in consequence of a statement that appeared in a local paper. In that statement appearing in The Advertiser it was said that he promised his Council that he would bring the route, at the back of the racecourse, before the expert for report and that he had failed to do so. That was quite untrue. He did bring the route before Mr McCarty as promised. Mr McCarty when asked by the conference said he ha...
HYDE ST. METHODIST CRICKET CLUB CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
HYDE ST. METHODIST CltI?tKET CILUB T 'ONCEI'1T. *'Tile ininual social of the IIyde tlreel Metlhodist Cricket Club took !taece last Saturday ii ithe llyde-street hall. 'The rooml was trllnfoiormned witll :t daicoiraltive lscheme. planned and curried out by the linhIeIu'ir'. In wltichi designs ill national flags forlll-i ed it L -titiietive featuret'. nll'e fune tlon look the torlll o(f a bhillaiii't illtnd collverlsazione, the cUterillg ,ing sllup lied by M'rs. .n'ithraster'. Atier itI first hlalf of the pIro'igraiilme had beeni gone throughl, the toasts istlt pIresiel ittolltns took piIce. After tlhe to.-l. of "The Kilng" lidtl beti hllonorted, Mri. I,. Coplestone plropos.ed the toast of "The Aso.oetalion," uand referred to the exCellent nuorule of the players llst theLein, and to thle hligh standardll of cricket obtained. The presldent (Ir'. I3lletnerallussett), iii rlestountlllg, slid tlhat lie was proud to oe in the position 11 wits, lnd that iii his 20 years. inI the glamle llad...
SOCIAL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
SOCIAL EVENING. .\I Ili le Ite'll rt u i;ll U il lli l '('elh lila ui'eri pIhei, i llhld spentln btlti tl [tie (relillilt . ('h i ll; (110t ntl i er l ' thel '(;out. )u ' u pihll t) il 1tti ISIu i lll(' 11Pirt lltr riouil of utltlers, and eulogi?ed lIo. N?ruluiu Ii r the ho till wVy lie Ihai nlll il lctlitd the litslitess ni the Ilih lge dIlir in? is (l? itiii of oltlei. uomuiu of1' li . Norutoit's tlutil eilrs, nlok tlle oplltlor Uniti, ill ' tgivit, ii strpr.Lse o? by l, rle? it lu1 1 l int, oii uetlt i of It1'1r. Nut-tll lll , with i lItistiut oe silver tealth)O. Bro. Noui'iuii t.luiu t nked the I l'itld ('httiphltit for the kiditl \woird ,aid o il Ill be iall: la the Indge folr the il'reenliitionhs., ;i l hiintli latd that, il,(hu ti h vuatiting lith cllhal, lie wouttlud still colinttll tlhe go dI t ultl l tdt dtonec iil the toIst.
FOOTSCRAY A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
FOOTSCRAY A.N.A. At tihe ootscray A.N.A. meeting, Presidlent J. lHenry in the chair, two members were admintted by clearance, and three proposals received. Mir. G. Moir, chairmlan of the Meotropolitan Coltlnittee, read a paper on "Now Caledonia and the Now Hebrides," int which he gave inforlnmttion gained and ile'pressionls received on a visit to those islands some three years ago. New (Caledlonia, so called for its re sexmbllance to the 01i Caledonia, is a little over two days' sail iromti Rock h1alllton ill (Quleensland. it abounds in nil kinds of mineral wealth, but the only industlry tworkled at a profit is thel Inickel mines, e 'which are Iuninly in the balils of the Rotllscltilds. It has only one railway, 1.1 mileos in length, which cost hialf a million to build. The French are but poor colollisors, ignoring the natives, and doin; lotlhing to impllrove tlleir con dition, There are, lie said, about 21,011 \\ whliles illl l 60,000 of all other island racis onil the isuanitl. Thl...
BAND CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
BAND GARNIVAI. A gig .ntic bill of fare is promised in con nection with the above carnival which eventuates to-day According to the pro gramme a monster fancy-dress, poster advertising, and burlesque procession will leave the l'oltscray Town Hall at 2 o'clock under the Grand Marshal, Mr Alfred Part ington, and Sub-Marshalls Messrs John Davidson, George Edwards and Leo Reich ert. Starting from the above place the procession will march along the following streets : - Napier, Hyde, liunbiury, Cowper Hoptins, Irving, Nicholson and f3arkly streets direct to the Western Reserve. The Emit Comic Opera Company will give musical performance at diflerent places along the route. On arrival at the ground the first item to claim attention of patrons will be the baby show in which upwards of 4o entries have been received. Patrons attending the carnival to be sol: judges The full programme will be found in our advertising columns. The afternoon pro gramme is timed to start at the Reserve at 2.55, a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
The Demand for a propri?tary mldlicine is' the surest indication of its Ipopuhirily andl of its usef?i nu w .. A h hb ough ik r.d un'- P ills h ive been on the mankit fur well-nigh `three store yFeast and ten"'--a life timne---i is a signifilla t that f t t he uir sales :ie ever on the inc.asce. This is IunIpe Istir lnab l testlimonyiI' to theIir ullicayv, flr io mitcdicie chuld ctdurc a test so sustained unless it possessed real and indisputable merils. The secret of the success, as sho\wn1 ill the incrileased demand for Beecham's Pills is clue to the fart Ihat theIl r cTratlie and restorative pO iclt"aite a maltter of tout.. tnon k nowhledge--conI lmied by titn and expelrlence and, theilore, beyond dis pItIe. \V\'lhat is promised for themi, thy perform. l'hey are well adapted for trelling mostl forms of indigestion, iand ma, sfllfiies faiini biliousness, constipation, lii.ulncte, to pid liver aid other digesitse troubles, gladly testify totlteirstcrlinig value. Th'cy have survived...
RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
RIFLE NOTES. AfCter u iltulltlii IJ. six weks, the club hu i'cuuelvei.u pelzul.'lssiul to glve elllc practhice to tew\ membIelrsI. aun hiulleoreut stthots. Thu club Ih.s cuII gagod hitugohi l'or to-day, so thIut theso uncuuboers can piratise, Ouri toinmbui are requstctd to attendl and lnstruct Iho youuger uuuuburs. 'T'here will ilso hb e itOyds. .shout with , tIt, mlnilaut r rhifes. ''Ito hlni.'s turn-out. at the pa triotic pariade last $iatIday Was very good,, overL 110 G lo huhhJL':s Im jehttIg, aurd their recent drill jul-act Ice stood Ithem in goond :-tend.
"THE PITFALL." Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., Melb. & Lon CHAPTER XXVIII. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
"THE PI TFALL." iy SIR WILLIAM MAGNAY, Bart., Author of "The Master Spirit," '"'he Red Chancellor," "A Prince of Lovers," etc. Published by Arrnultgemntent with Ward, Lock & Co ltdl., Melb. & Lon CHAPTER XXVIII. (Contin ltl ed.) He caught a mnrnmllredt "Yers." sant In a thrill of de'light raised to ii; lips the hand li hheld. "You are safe Tromi this man intow." lie declaled, with a joyful contlidlece that seemled to give hIer hope. "I hlave at last the ti (hlt to spleik plainly to your fatherl, tild make him realise the sitlation. I don't think you will nmarry the laron in ii'ails. imy own; alllholgh it is a very pretty schema Otil his part." Ile laughetd. Ills words and mantt enor seiomed It retnssurle her'. "It is lovely outt here," shlle anid. "liut I lltinlk we had holler turn back." They had drifted panst lie lhile i teal land, scarcely realisitng how far they had gone. With a find car:os, li?ahly settled himnsell back and, ipullin;; round, began to r o\V tward...
TRAMWAY PROPOSAL. WILLIAMSTOWN AND ESSENDON'S APATHY. FURTHER DISSATISFACTION WITH ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 September 1914
TRA I WA Y PROPOSAL. ?\IILLIAIMS'TO\VN AND IESSI"NI)ON') APATHY. FUll'r111W R DISSATISF'ACT'1ION WITH ItOUTI. Another sitting of the conference called to consider the proposal to link ill the adjoining municipalities of ls. slldon, "ootscrl'ay and \Villianmstown was hold iat 0 t local town Ihall on hinst night wooek, anld, as the result of action taken to anlquaintll other councils with the fact tllhat their delegates were iglnorl'ing t110 propo)al1, tilhr'e was ai better ttend(lltcllCe. Those plrosellt were:---Cris. 13ill (Mayor), McIl)onald andll I'ell'rco (Footscray); Crs. Ileriot (M1ayor), and Litorr(V(Williu?stown); :' fld l1' - IK iun o a r ln d il 'nY r- ('fi t n - don), (r. I'alIrce' presided, tlrd1 after ex pre'ssinlg 1satisfaclion alt the illmprovedOI attendanllllCO, 'emairked tIha onle rI'easonl why the conference shouldl go ahoad will) its p1roposal \'as lt probaible Il'crationl of ia r'ator lcelbourne Collll cit or solme) central ullthority, within twhelve lmoiliths, to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
IIPCIAL NOTICIS, £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 SHOEEMEN Declare WAR 011 Prices. WVe are moving all of our Pat ent Leather Goods to the Front and they will -Beat ---The ---Brunt- of the slashing. These goods will be offered at -About -Three- --FIifths 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 2/11 4/I. And the first to Hake A .Raid Will capture them. Then we have an allied Army of different manufacturers Goods, which have been 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. HIere 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, hav...
Melbourne to Sunshine. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
Melbourne to bunshine, Spencer Street to Sunshine (week days 5 36-6 2-76 and 7 Ia not stopping at Footscray--7 8 (from Footscray only) -7 30 8 4o0-9 -Io 33-11 38-tz 48 --12 35--I 37-2 15-2 43-3 38-3 53 -4 I?-4 6-5 26--5 53--638-7 35 cg 18-[0 22-11 40. Saturdays--Stnme as week days till :o 33 IIz 5--z 36-12 40-z 32-1 53 3 33-4 3-4 52-5 50-7 33-9 I8 10o 38--x 41. Sundays - Flindors st, to Sunshine- 9 zo--z2 40-3 5-5 23-8 26-9 36, Leave Footscray 14 minutes later.