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TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
TIJIE TABLE. lootscrayto Meloournc, (Flinder St, 5 28 a.m.-6 20-6 47 -6 59--7 6-7 18 7 30o--7 36"--7 46--7 54-.8 ia--8 8-8 o20 8 24-840-858-95-936-946-1o2 zo38-10o57-1l 4o-I 7 p.m, (231 r 4-I 39-1 45- 57-2 4-2 28-2 49 3 9--3 31-3 52-4 8-4 40-5 2a--S 0o 52oa-533--551-5 59 6 Ila 6Irg 634 6 46 -7 2--7 8*- 7 15-7 31-7 38 7 48--8 8--8 34-8 58-9 29--10o7 1o 25--o10 57--IU 13-If 34--II 59 -12 25. Saturdays as usual to 1o 38 a.m, then 1o5 1142 1155 122 126 1220 1224a--I231-1244-1 io0 1I15 I 32 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 o10 5 30-5 51--6 10o-6 34-6 52-7 8--7 15 7 30-7 37-8 8-8 32 -8 58-9 29 Io 7-10o 25-10 57-1z 13-II 28 11 36-r11 45-11 59-12 t3-z12 25 I 14'. Sundays: 9 43-9 59 a.m. 12 59 p.m, 1 435 155-21-3-a 25-238-254-322-347 4 4-4 2--55-5 22---5 52-622-6 52 7 5 724-752-9?21-852-921-929 9 37-945--o 5--10o 25-10 40-10 51. *Werribeeto SpencerSt, a Spencer St. only. F Fridays only, Trains leave seddon 2 min, earlier, Yar. raville 5 min., Williamatown 20 min, ...
FOOTSCRAY LADIES PATRIOTIC ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
FOOTSCRAY LADIES PAT RIOTIC ASSOGIATION. Additional list of donations: - M .ssrs J. H. Hooper & Co., flannel and wool to the value of .33I1 I; Mrs McGrath, 3 pairs knitted socks; Nellie Raisbeck, hand kerchiefs; Mrs Wright (Garden Vale). 6on safety pins; Mrs Moyan. zo kit bagsi Miss Cooke, 60 handkerchiefs; Percy and Ivy Neale, 6 housewives, io kit bags. 30 small bags, MIr Gill, Yarraville, parcel ;f towels; Misses Parry and Isuid. to kit bags ; Mrs Stephens, parcels of stationery ; Mrs Mc Coubrie, handkerchiefs and books; per MIrs Bishop, parcel of washers; Miss Lovett, . scarves; Mrs Robertson, a pairs socks; Mrs Brocket, 3 pairs socks; Mrs McIntyre 3 paire sox; Mrs D. McIntyte, 3 pairs sox, I scarf; Nurse Hunter, g knitted cholera belts; Mliss Broderick, 5 pairs mittens; Mrs Taylor, Garden Vale 3 pairs socks; Mr Douglas, flannel for Io shirts : Mrs Griffitbs, 12 kit bags; Presbyterian Young Women's Class, 14 towels and shirts; Mr C, Forge, t roll of flannel; Mr Saleeba, I...
SUCCESSFUL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
SUCCESSFUL CONCERT. At the Yarraville Baptist Clhurch on Thursday week, a successful concert was given in aid of the building fund for a Kindergarten class-room in con nection with the Sunday school. Rev. W. O. Ward presided. The programme which had been arranged by Miss Olive Berry of Footseray, was good, and the numbers were well rendered by the various artists, who volunteered their services gratuitously, taking part. Mr Phil Mountain sang in fine style "In the Garden of my Heart" and "it's a long long way to Tipperary" the audience jominng in the chorus. Miss F. Neilson sang "A Dream of Home," which was well received. Miss F. JHohmuth sang Gounod's Serenade and later " Who' l come a'Maying" which was encored and responded with 'A Red Rose Bud.' A duet finely sung by Miss E. Hunt and Mr J. Hill, "The Keys of Heaven" was encored, and " In Springtime" was the encore number. Miss Kate Cornell then gave a humorous sketch entitled " Mrs I-odson's Funeral" which was so heartily receive...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
S?PECIAL NOTICES. T. GOUGH. SURGEON DENTIST, 156 NI-HOLSON STREET, Footsorav 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 Feet vill be returned. HIours : 9 a.m. to 8.30 pm. Saturdays, g a.m, to I p.m. P. E. SAINSBURY, L, D, S. By Exam.s, Melb. Universit ,Dental Surgeor 5 Leeds Street, Footscray GOLD INLAYS, CROWNS, BRIDGES &c. Miss. Ill. SMITH, COSTUMIERE, 85 Charles Street, Footsoray (End of Victoria street) Country Oustomers Special Attention. Latest Styles. George E. Edwards, Painter, Paperhanger, Grainer and Signwrlter., wishes to notify that he his tiken over tl business formerly carried on by S. M. Kerr a Nioholson St., Footsoray, (apposite .McKelvey's). Workmanship GuaRanteod. Glass (All sizes in stock) Paints and Paper hanging at town prices. W...
RETURNED FOOTSGRAYITES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
ILETURNED FOOTS6'RA Y ITES. After a voyage full of incident, the Blue Funnel liner Nestor reached Port Melbourne on Monday morning from Glasgow via Capetown. England was in a fever of excitement when passen gers sailed on 7th August, owing to the declaration of war, and until arrival at the Cape the passage was made with lights dimmed, and the customary course was altered. This precaution was adopted so as to avoid German vessels which were known to be in the vicinity, and seeing that at one stage the vessel was within 20 miles of the armed merchantman, Kaiser Wilhelm de Grosse, since sunk by H.M.S., HIighflyer, Captain R. D. Owen and his officers experienllced an anxious time, a fact that was acknowledged by passen -ers, who presented the former with an address eulogising his services. Amongst those who landed at Port Melbourne were Mr and Mrs it, Gough, of Albert street, Footscray, who re turned from a trip to the old land. Mr Gough affirms that though hle saw many fair lands and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
ESTABLISHED 1853. II Herbert King & Sons UNDERTAKERS, (Late of Geelong.) Or Droop & Nicholson Streets, Footsoray. Telephone-25 Footsoray Exchange. Head Office and Faotory--174 Lennox St.,, Richmond. Tel. 912. Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Tel. 1856 Hawthorn Exchange. Glenferrie Road, Malvera. Tel, 9SO Mal. vern Exchange. Williame Road Toorakl, Tel, 246 Wind or taehange. High Street. Kew. Tel. 411 Windsor. rand Sunbury. nm n m mmu m 'agmai M l llll IIIiIllllUtillUI i tlillllllll111 ti High-Girade 5 TAILQRING to Measure ( Our BStook of E 1 Suitings SIs exten sive and we will Strive to please the most Fastid-. Sious. Tel. 340 F'oy, MENR"Y r.IULDOON O - 10Nicholson St.footscra - W HIIIIImIllillillilifilli llltll llll llllll lll IIlllllll Ml L. Seeger, Pastrycook & Caterer, Late Foreman for J, E, Hooker and Co.,, -Swanston Street Begs to announce to the Retidents of Foota cray and aurroundunR Districts that he has purchased the weli-known uaniness -n Nic holson Street l...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
MARRIAGIE. REGAN-KE «YS.-On theqth Septem ber, 1914, at the Victoria strcot Methodist Church, Footscray, by the Rev. E. Tonkin, Thomas Regan of "Iona," Pitt street. North Sydney, son of the late Thom.is and Mary Regan, of Snowy Creek to Jessie Isabel, second surviving daughter of Jane and the late Edward Keays, of "Abington," Mackay street, Seddon. rtrPpnone : 51 'ootscray. e advertiser. PRINCIPI.ES BEFORE MEN. Footserny, Saturday, Sept. 26, 1914.
CAMP CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
CAMP CONCEU'7. Mr Robert Johnstone, of Footseray. provided an excellent concert at the Broadmeadows camp on Wednesday night, the party comprisinlg himself and Mr R. Johnstone senr., Jas. Johnstone, Rea. Johnstone senr. and jnr., Mr Voight, Mr Jas. HIill, Miss Dolly Thomp son and Miss Burrows. Every item was heartily applauded and a cordial invitation given to come again soon. Motor cars were very kindly lent for the occasion by Mesars P. and G. Richi ardson, C. Shallard, I-I. C. Forge and Michaelis, lHallenstein and Co. "Sons of Australia, " the stirring patriotic aong written by Mr Frank Johnstono and sot to music by Mr R. Johnstone, AL.C.M., was sung by Mr Jas. Hill and the chorus, lustily joined in by the troops, was demanded again and again.
"THE PITFALL." Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., Melb & Lon. (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
"THE PITFALL." By SIR WILLIAM MAGNAY. Bart, Author of 'The Mastor: Spirit,' "The Red Chancellori,' "A Prince of Lovers," etc. Published by Arrantgemlcnt with Ward, Look & Co. Ltd., Melb & Lon. (Continued I "Doubtless It was sent with some hoodwilnking design Possibly to draw ius away fromt here. i fancy tilhe pith of the letter is in the postscrilt " "And Hubcrta solnehow contrived to send her letter, toiling the true statei of affairs wltll it. Well, we can't de sert her in this extrellmity." "No,' Tilghman agreed "Clearly de Gastardll Is ready for desperate ilca sures. There is a note of to?wroi In the girl's letter. We unlust tlaket ollr chllarmling friend at his word aind t?eepi as close alongside as possible. \\'ith the father a mocre puppet in his hanns I should not wonilder, my dear IHugh, if you had to take tlhe first chlance and Ilaklo a run for it withl your lady-loveI It would certainly be a justiflable olopeluent." "A\lid so we weigh anchor with tllce ]ul...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
The electrical suenrintendent fMr Carmody) reporttle to lthe council on Monday evening that on September 10th the police prosecuted 7 boys at the children's court for wilfully breaking street lamps. In each cawe a fine of £2 with 13/1 costs was imposed, which should stand as a warning to other youths who have the spirit of vandalism strongly developed. Broken lamps have cost the council a considerable sum to replace and another annoying feature of Footscray's electric light business is the amount of money lost in bad debts. On this subject Mr Carmody reported that nine summonses for arrears had been issued during August and that in other instances supplies had been cut off because of non-payment of accounts. This policy, he added, appeared to be having a good effect. But those who have to bear -the burden of those bad debts, the general ratepayer, will pro bably be agreed that some better sys tem is needed; that a method should be devised to make the contraction of bad debts impossi...
LODGES & SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
LODGES, & 'OCIETJLES. At the fortnightly meeting of the Yarravillo branch A.N.A., the president in the chair, one proposition was re ceived. Invitation from Ivy Leaf Druids Lodge to a ladies' night was accepted by Mr F. Wylie. The sum of .C1/1/- was donated to the Belgian Relief Fund. lMr G. Roberts gave a full report on the last meeting of the U.F.S. Dispensary. A shooting match against the Footscray branch was shot off on the local minia ture range and resulted in a win for Yarraville by two points. Next syllabuos item, indoor sports, for lodge trol)hy.
ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
SRO WING??. The annual ball of the Fo.,tscray R?,sv ing Club was htcd on 'Tuesday evening last at the Federal H-all. Thu hall was taste fully decorated for the occasiot by the members of the amusentatn cemmnittee About Ioo persons danced to the strains of Gordon's band. At the conclusion all vowed that they had spent an enjoyable evening. On Saturday afternoon next the rowing season for I914-15 will be oflicially ope:ad at the local club house. Tite :nnual 'Shallard" fouir oared races will be held and during the afternoon thle new clinker racing eight. now beilng built by Jas. Ed wards and Sons will be christenedtl. The FIootscray hand will be in attendance and afternoon tea will be provided for visitors This afternoon membters taking part in tilte band carnival will leave the club Ihouse at a p.m. headed by their own mnilitary band of 36 performers
PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
PA TRIOTIC FUND. Amount previously ackd. -£1315 0 4 Employees Colonial Ammu nition Coy. (lth instlmnt.) 32 13 0 Employees J. H. Hoolper& Co. 160 3 6 Employees & staff Mt. Lyell Works (.nd instalment) - 6 17 0 Employees Footscray Coun. cil (Srd instalment)- - 3 1 6 A.N.A. Yarraville - 2 2 0 J. P. Brennan - 1 1 0 W. Trythall- - -. 10 6 Pearce & Son (2nd instalment) 10 0 £1377 18 10 BELGIAN FUND. Amount previously acknowl. £46 10 3 T. H. Launder 1 1 0 A.N.A,, Yarraville 1 1 0 "Pardo" 0 5 0 G.J.G. 0 5 0 £40 2 3 We have received 5/ from G.J.G. for the Red Lrois fund,
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
COURhING. The Footscray District Coutrsing Club ran their final stake at Melton Park and had a most successful meeting. The con dltion of the ground was fair and tile class of dogs entered of the best. Htres were plentiful and so were tile beaters, who worked alonig with the committee like a piece of machinery. The stake was weon by Sunny Showers a'black dog by Paladin - Summer Leigh, owned by lS. Jongcblocd, a Melton enthusiast who descrvcs great credit for the condition of his dog. The runner-up fell to M. Carroll's, Bill's Gilt. The progress of the club has neser been surpassed in the coursing world; during this the club's second season, stake money to the amount of 266/io/- Ihas been paid, and judging by the club's solid financial position something even better can be expected next season. A feature of the meeting was a social given to the Mel'on public and tile Foot scray club, by Mr J. E. Orr, tile club's eteemoed president, who has stuck to the club persistently, The hall was...
STABBING AT YARRAVILLE. ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
STABBING AT lAuRA VILILE. ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL, \ illiam Texas Saville (32) was, at Monday's court, charged for that on Septembei I7th, at Yarra ville, he did unlawfully and with malice aforethought wound one Lena Andersen with intent to kill and murder. Sub-Inspector Westcott prosecuted and Mr Brocket appeared for accused. Lena May Andersen, domestic ser vant, residing with M?s Stow, Wilson street, Yarraville, said she had known a-cure-d for about seven nont:s, and was engaged to him. A few weeks ago they had an argument; he lost his temper and punched her in the face and bruised it, knocking her down. She just kept company with him after that till she could manage to get away. Several times she told him she would have nothing more to do with him He would not take "No" for an answer, and said if she did not have himn she would not have anybody else. lie used to call at the Salvation Army hospital while wit ness was worlking there, but she did not go out with him. On the nigh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
I it?, a GOOD PAIR of SHOES yeo are. looking for, Call at SWANN'S aornero. SHOE STOBES. NIOROLSON & BARKLY STS,. They will Serve you Well, And at Swan Street, Richmond; 60 Puckle'Street, Moonee Ponds; 8790 Sydney Road, Brunswick., Seasonable Goods At - PUNSHON'S Sulphate of Soda - - --- Gd bottle New Dates (fine sample) - 3~d lb Prunes--- -- - - - gd lb Dried Apricots - --- - 6d and sI lb Loose Salino Powder - .- , - 4ozs 3d Packets "Punashons" S R. - - ailbs for 4,?t ,+r?.· : : +-. . " · :· ): Sobtsv W i.. ,e Wi ;;l. > 'a ol,1tioi - - ' 5,2 bottle Greasolvent, for dirty hands - - - d tin A fine display in our windows and our show eases of articles suitable for Wedding Presents, Call in and see them, PUNSHON'S STelephone 440. 143,Nichoison 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, Measure you. iHe has a Choice Selection of the Season's Goods which you will hbe pleased with. His Add...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
CRICKET. I.O O,F. cricket club, at its annual meet ing, received report and balance sheet showing a small credit balance Owing to a late start the club did not get going so well, but by the improvement shown hopes for a better season this year and that the blub will be amongst the leaders at the finish of the season, are entertained. The following ofllicers were elected :-Presidcnt, Bro. A. Turner; Vice-Presidents, Bros, R. R, Moore, J. McKenzie, N. Laughton, J. Laughton and J. D. Emmerson; Patrons, Lodge Medical Officers, Bro. J. Murphy, Jas. Smitlh, and D. T. Barnet; Sec. Bro Sid, Smithj treasurer, Bro. R R. MIoore, Asst. Sec , Bro. W. E. Emmerson, School children have hadas holiday this week because of the Show. On the face of it this lookhs ridiculous but the idea is to give country teachers an op portunity of visiting what is, after all, a display with great possibilities.
FOOTSCRAYITES ABROAD. SPIRIT OF YOUNG AUSTRALIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
FOOTSCLRAYITES ABR OAD. SPIRITOF YOUNG AUSTRAL IANS. When a troop of Australian cadets, I`'th'ein 'ef ia C',Wha~tti, 'lidhg ~alr-C. I Caldecott, of Footscray, left Australia on a tour of the world, there was no idea of the present war breaking out. But while the party was in London war was declared; the troop offered itself for active service and the British war office accepted the offer, with the idea of utilising thle young trainees in England, subject to the approval of the cadets' parents. Letters, breathing the spirit of the true Australian youth, no whit less a Britisher because born in Australia, have been received by Mr and Mrs Caldecott, from their sons and a quotation or two therefrom provides interesting reading. Master Roy Caldecott, under date 5th August, says, "The last few days have been the time of our lives. Each night we went to London and paraded the streets singing Rule Britannia, Marscillaise, Young Aus tralia, etc., arm in arm with French men. We led the way fo...
ORANGE BLOSSOM. REGAN—KEAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 September 1914
ORANQE BLOSSOM. REGAN-KEAYS, A quiet but preety wedding was cele brated in the Victoria street Methodist Church, Footscray, on Wednesday, 9th September, the bridegroom being Mr Thomas ReRan, of Sydney, and the bride Miss Jessie Isabel Keays, second surviving daughter of Mrs Jane and the late Edward Konays, of " Abington, " Mackay street, Seddon. Thie ceremony was performed by tile Rev. IE. Tonkin, the church being nicely decorated with lilies for the occasion. The bride, whlo was given away by her eldest brother, looked charmine in a draped gown of white crepe de-chene, trimmed with lace and pearls, the train was ornamented with a pearl trute lovers knot and orange blossom, being lined with shell pink. An embroidered veil fell in graceful lines over a wreath of orange blos som and the bride carried a shower bouquet of Camelias, heath and snowdrops, her only bridesmaid being Miss Stella Keays (sister of the bride) who wore a pretty white embr,,idered muslin- frock, andt carried a bou...