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HELP YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 October 1914
HELP YOUR TOWN. ent - of Talk about it. ing Write about it. The Help to beautify it. ac- Buy all you can in it. len- Advocate progressive ideas. for Remember that by assisting trades ter- men you help the place along. at- Keep your money in the place. Sell d all you can and buy all you can at of home. The men who have invested in by- stores, workshops and other business any places are building up the town, and they should be supported.
TRAVELLING "COOKER" FOR THE TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 October 1914
TRAVELLING "COOKER" FOR TIIIHE TROOPS. A meeting convened by the Mayoress (Mrs Bell) in conjunction with Mrs R. M. Lane (the organiser of the move ment) was held at the Town Hall on Tuesday last, the Mayor (Cr Bell) pro siding over a satisfactory attendance. Mrs Lane explained the object of the meeting-to raise funds with which to purchase a travelling cooker for those of our boys who are going to the front. The value of such a kitchen was elabo rated upon and the sum required £180. Mr J. McKenry, representing the Am munition Co.'s employes stated that they had decided to set aside a week's contribution from their Patriotic Fund a statement that was greeted with ap plause. The mayor also mentioned that Cr Johnson, who deserved thanks for his forethought, had suggested to the council a donation of £20, following on a communication from Mrs Lalie. It was decided to hold a huge entertain 'ment in the Barkly Picture Theatre at an early date. Mr Thorley (the Grand) and Mr McFarlane (St. ...
DEBTS AND DEBTORS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 October 1914
DEBTS AND. DEBTORS \t lovcii ro' coutrtat1orsb w\it'. 1101(10 111 Mlle following ' clrbt cases;- .I;ts. I teen, , ·' '(?IreceI1 1e' L b,' \Li'. tirocittet. v. Jas. Brrelol, e2/4/-, with ia'i(1 costls; J. C-. J'ulll;ng,: roltrooioutcd by Mr. -Baockiet, v. Jobtit M1't.oud (A Iibiut (Juiutrt'yittg Co., garni'ittaho, ioiuionoiitdiui by Mr. itruoc'Ict. v. Jiick Ctvittotgii, 1I/, with 12/U co.'tt; I'. F.. Slllltttlcke v. It. .1. 'Jae s, /-, 1it i 15/n cUsts;,iV CitItrie i Thtomasit', //,'i/, with 1.i/ti costs; Booteriry Mtotor' Co., join'esonted. by r... £18/1(t,/-, with 1i/t coshs c '. .iich, represL'OII 1CJ . by Mar. Seconrb,, v. Chris,. itid Aileltitlito Hultghis, £-1/15/-, 'with 13/- costs; V' Win; d'rcsi £8'TiI-, with 7/11 costs;- '. Will , lHntter (the youillget'), £"1/1/-, wt1110 7/U costs; Jllt. tult 11, i'epresioted t 'by MIr. Sicoiiii, v. Allant MI'.uloy, 7/, with .1/- costs; b`. 1.otig, reprs'oentts I .b In Secoatb, v. C, \,Tf.eiiuiu,- £7/1/-, wtilth 20/t costs;. mi'ut Lloyd, r...
HEALTH PROSECUTION [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 October 1914
HEALTH PROSECUTION At.. Joluday's court, Alex. M. Neil sou and Alfred, J. Bell wore charged, soeparituly, with allowing offensive matter to nelnulatet on pri ,oises beilog "bullt by tlhemu in this city. Mr. Secomllb p.roseuted. .Mr. Blrocket, I'or Neilson, stated that Irop' er lnt tiiry IIrra'igolents hlli" been i?? dll but 'trospassers hlid Illtofered with It. .\A: nominilu tle of 2/Il, with 21/. costs, was imposd, tloll's excuse lwastls :t11 lie had told ttihe menll to. go to his 'private house, v . yards away. 11o wii8 itned 20/-, wllth 21/- costs. Tindelr Ihe HIIealth Act, 'llhomUas tl[olbs . was pro.eeuted for not keop. Ing his place o i ia st;te of cleanliness, as requiredL ty ItIe Act, Mri. \Vhite head, the Inispeetor, stated that oni Septemlber .1-, t defendunut's ,place, int i)avid-stroee, two greyhomid dogs wore in one shed anld one in nllther. Oi lookltg over the fence lie raw .n decomposed buttllock'1 liver, anlld t the stied a pnlto of Llunt swnrllllllig with Iles.- The...
NEGLIGENT DRIVING LEADS TO DYNON ROAD ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 October 1914
NEGLIGENT DRI VING I.l~ADS ' T I) DNON ROAD) AC'CIDENT. At Monday's court a young man uned Thonmas Miller was charged with driving oen the rong side of rond in Dynon-road on August 28th, without justiliable cause. James O'Donoluo, compalnlly secre lary, stated that on August 28th, about '1 n.lm., hie was proceeding to business along the road in it bhggy. Defendant WItas comling the other way with a lorry-load of wood aned was on his wrong side. Just as the two vehicles \\ere neirly opposite a motor came along and frightened witness's horse, which shied anld crashed the buggy into the lorry. The wheels wore pulled off the buggy, the horso bolted, and \\itness was thrown out andl nearly lost his life. Arthur (1. Secomll, Daniel Bilow, alnd Arthur Ablrahall corroborated. Defendant stated tha hlie was on his right side Inear tile centreof thleroad. The buggy came along and tile motor caught up to it and frightened thile horse. Illi'forlilnt liad 110 coltIrol Verl' is horse, with the res...
A DEBATABLE LECTURE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 October 1914
A DEBATABLE LEUTUv? M.r. Keuny, In bis Sulnday ulght laddrl'is, Inoted thit when the ltnmomro lnlily of man wits inll question, there tItur ily ll rose teo concui tirent. quetS lion an to Ithe soul of muln: Is it ilt niui gil h')l llllltotl or solid os11l stnclloe Is it tle ulllll IIt?sell' or I luiillute ptarl of h11111 that lllll o (oe et lhas 'be ilt hlt to see or gr?s??l S ?':ll ttre, nillt ,? '. Ketinly, selttled the mtllllor eyond aill dIIoubt vwhen it ?le elteId it t uly pihlaces Owl the, I'n l:t - tIlo ?s of it ;outi are exateiy the Ih;l apperlain to ita living e'e?t'tte, ;eal' Iltt ever'iy llting crleatuore hltl, a -I tol t' , in a .tttl, Is htl?gr'., is tltirt.ay. in ; ffli T ed, i. ,eltghletl, mud, Hlealde.. m llny other i tit? I ?, Sbje.ct to death The itlitrlen? l 'ti ;I ,colret iknow Itulge Iof the nuttler wals intlensiltde by ithe filt il ti. t I t people i wanted to out ti:atl it in they h dI to snt it', lltd ?vwlt Ito savle' it I'f'ro .
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 October 1914
_ EREAVEMENT CARDS. MRS E ALLEY (jun.) wishes to Thank many kind friends for their kind ex preesiona of sympathy. bereavement cards, and floral tributes, also the employees tf the &nbsp; Colonial Ammunition Worka. Mr Goble, and Nurses of the Austin Hospital for their kind ness during their recent sad bereavement, No. 74 Donald street, Footscray. rercpTone : 51 rootcsray. bhe dvertiser. PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN. Footscray, Saturday, Oct. 3, 1914.
SCIENCE AND THE SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
SCIENCE AND THE SOIL. By THOS. MOONEY, Analytical and Agricultural Chemist. As the incoming summter has at preseti eveay indicati in of being a dry one, may hap a few notes as to the scientific reasons for certain operations conicerning the coin servation of imotsturo in our farmi or gairden plot, mnay not come amiiss. It is a well established fact that ani ordin ary field crop will trarispire 3oolbs of water for each pouind of dry it olter produced. So that the dtry woight per acre in tons at harvest, x 300. will give is tho nnlumber of tons of wa or tranispired by the crop during growth. (t inch rainfall, too tons per acre.) A subist nce added to iii soil in order to prolmote and maintain a healthy plant growthll nmust essenCtially be soluble in water. Dissolvedl substantces are distri bucte throgeh tihe soil by cliff Ision-which is the teindency of a dissolved sbitan;iiice t pass fron a greater to a loss concentrated poi tion of the solvent. If sugar be pltccd in a cup of tea, or...
HELP YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
HELP YOUR TOWN. Talk about it. 'Writu about it. -hlup to beautify it. Buy all you can in it. Advocate progressive ideas. Remember that by assisting trades menou you help the place along. Keep your money in the place. Sell all you can and buy .All you can at home. IThe meon who have invested in stores, workshops and other business places are building up the town, and they should be supported
RATING OF GAS MAINS. NEW SYSTEM TO BE ADOPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
RATING OF GAS MAINS. NEW .YSTElM TO 13E ADOP TED. At a conference convened by the Port Melbourne Council tp arrange for a uniform rating of gas mains it was suggested that a common valuer be appointed to asses the municipal value of the various mains in the metropolitan area. The Port Mel bourne Council forward d a copy of the motion and Cr Johnson thought they should agree with the ree ommnendation and vote LIo toward !he cost. Cr Pearce srconded this and the motion was agreed to. During tbe discussion it was stated that the Footscray Gas Coy. was rated for mains to the extenit of £150 for each ward, in addition to the works valuation and this brought forth the remark fromt Cr Harris that he thought the council was doing very well to get (450 per year from the mains alone.
CHURCH GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
CHURCH GOVERNMEN1'. Blefore a large attendance of memn hers of the Presbyterian Young Men's Society last Sunday, Rev. A. WV. Hu ler delivtred an address upon the form of government existing in the Presbyte-rian Church. It had, he pointed out, a truly scriptural origin taking the form of that ap plied to the Synagogue government by elders, as against the temple form or govei nmcnt by bishops. I was democratic in principle as the elders, con-isting of ruing and governing elders, are elected by tihe vote of the congregation. The ruling elder be ing the minister was also selected by the votes if the people. Another principle which he referred to was the absolute equality of ministers. He instanced the fact that the mod e at r of the Commonwealth As sembly, if pre-ent at the proceedings of the Assembly of Melbourne North, would b- so as a purely private repre&lt;entative exercising no prece dence whatever AIr Butl r made brief reference to the rights of in dividual members of the...
THE COURT HOUSE. PROPOSAL TO PURCHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
THE COURT HOUSE. PROPOSAL TO PURCHASE. The local council has for some time been discussing a proposal to purchase that portion of the town hall buildings now used as a court house and which they con-ider is required for office accommod tion. It might, however, be possible to worry along on the present accom modation by work ng in relays; that is when the head of one department is out the s'affof another could make use of the office accommodation and so on. A ratepayer was noted sit ting on the town hall step and re marking 'Hallo! taking a rest!" he replied "I have to. I c me down here to pay an account but there is no one he e to receive it, they have all gone to lunch." Just picture to yourself a business firm shutting down on account of some one having to go to lunch. It will be remembered that Mr D. M Kinnon visited Footsrray a few wtek's ago, inspected the building' and was impressed with the necessity for a new court house. On Monday however, the Crown Law Depart ment infornim...
DEBTS AND DEBTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
DIBTS AND DEBTUORS. Monday's court debt orders were --E. A and D. Green v Tho B. lun dell, [12/2/8 with 26/- costs; E, R Gill, represented by Mr Brockct, v Henry loiler, /8/16/6 with 40/6 costs; \Vin Steele, represented by Mr lrockct, v Chas. Rayner, .3 8/3 with 43 - costs ; Q. 'T'annock, vJ Short, £ /10/1o with 15/6 costs; T. N. Mewboinn v J. I-Ienry (Watson and Sullivan garnishee) 7/2 with 2/6 costs; Joo Jamieson, repro ented by MIr hecoimb, v W. II. Smith (British lye Products Coy. g.iarnishees) 61/7/6 with 13/6 coats; Alice R. Euston v I-I. S Doakes, 26/6 with 1/6 costs; George Nlowiing ai d Son v Andrew \Wallace, [7/4/1 with 2 6 costs; W'. H. Birch, represented by Mr Secomb, v Joseph I-I. Birkin, [i1/14 with 7/6 costs; v F. WV. Web her, 4j/5 with 7/6 costs; v T'hos,. Ashley, [4,2/6 with 7/6 costs; v Thos. Alsop, [9 with 13/. costs.
GARDEN NOTES. THE FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
'A RDENV NOTES. By MR ED. CpAy. THE FLOWER GARDEN. Spring is now upon us and one of the most important branches of the work in the garden is the sowing of seeds. This is the natural season for the germination of a large num ber of different varieties of seeds and excepting those that require more heat almost any seeds may now be sown. It is a good time to sow seeds of the popular Phlox Drunm mondi, and as this is so much sought after by am iteurs, I will offer a few suggestions as to the be-t way to raise it from seed. It is not the easiest seed to get to grow, hut the extra trouble taken with it will be well rep id by the result. The soil should be light and rich, and the situation exposed to the sun. If new ground can be had it will be the best, but failing this the next best plan is to remove the old soil from the sp it where the seed is to be sosn to a depth of 6 inches, and re place with some good light soil free from weeds and pe~ts. If access to a grass padd. ck can be had, c...
WANDERING CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
WANDERING CA TTLE. The city inspector has again been busy with the wandering cattle, and the number of captures made indi cates that until the fines are increas ed the nuis nce will not diminish. At Monday's court the following fines were inflicted :-Charles Tappey, I horse, to/ with 4/6 costs; Win Evans, I horse, io/ with 3/6 costs; Debora Evans, I pony, 716 with 3/6 cost,; Charlotte Chalkley, i cow, 20/; 2 heifers, 5/ each with 2/6 costs Martha King, I cow, 5/ with 3 6 costs; Ellen il unro, t cow, 5/ with 3/6 costs; G. Cairn, I cow, 5/ with 3/6 costs; John Whelan, t horse, t5/ with 2/6 cots ; WIm. O'Heir, 3 horses, 0o/ per head with 2/6 costs; Sarah Parry, 3 cows, 3/ per head with 8/6 c, s s; .Thomas Mitchell, t cow, 5/ with 3/6 costs; \Vnm. Carthew, I heifer, 5/ with 4/6 costs; N. Cook, i horse, to/ with 4,6 costs; Fred Guest, 2 horses, to/ each with 416 costs; Louisa Challdey, I cow, 5/; hetfer, 2/6 with 6/6 costs.
CAU FIELD [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
CAU FIELD lijo Welton-De Gonia or TInaavcelo. Deloitool. StnkoIo-Two or Proety fBhhby. Caulfield Oialako -Amna Carlovoo or Phillo. ltlna vodl S eeple-Sapp~err or eredlili Lad. Caulflelrl Gulneam-Trerllqrtle. Toorek Ildcp.-lold Pree or William 01 Orange
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
eer rs ir SPECIAL NOTICES. T. GOUGH. SUROGEON DENTIST, 158 NICHOLSON STREET, Footsoray Over Shaw's, Grocers. Telephone: 272 Footscray. Sets of Teeth ...... from £33/1 Best work only done, Artificial Teeth, 5/- and'71/6 per tooth. Fillings, Crowns, &c., at Moderate Charges. Mr. GOUGH attends to all Patients himself, and if satisfaction is not given Fees will Le returned. Ilour. : 9 a.m. to 8.30 p.m. Saturdays, g a.m, to I p.m. P. E. SAINSBUJRY, L. D. S. SBy Exams, iTlelb. Univeryit Dental Surgeon 5 Leeds Street, Footscray. GOLD INLAYS, CROWNS, BRIDGES &c. George E. Edwards, Painter, Paperhanger, Gralner and Signwriter,i wishes to notify that he hes taken over tie business formerly csrried on by S. M. Kerr at Nioholson St.. Footsoray, (opposite McKoIvey's). Workmanshit Guarantead, Glass (All sizes in stock) Paints and Paper. hanging at town prices, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH TO-MORROW. Morning - Rev. K. VW. Byers. Evening . Rev. A. W..tlsat er Christendom Astray 1/. F. L. CLA...
"SPARKS." [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
"SPd JCS'." Cricket. Season opened last Saturday. Braybrook council meets on Monday next. Victor Theatre to let for concerts, picture nights, meetings, etc.-Advt. The Yarraville Tennis Court is to be officially opened on Saturday next, 17th October, at 3 o'clock. The Footscray Council on Monday granted permissiun to Mr E A. Shaw, to construct a crossing in Edward at. On the motion of Cr Pearce the Coun cil on Monday decided to have 3 plugs placed in Hocking street, West Foota cray. Mr M. C. Whitehead, city inspector, stated in his report that he had issued 68 summonses in wandering cattle cases. Mr L. C. Brown and 15 others desired the council to have certain asphalting carried out in Gordon street and this was agreed to. R. Sloan's tender for the opening and closing of Lynch's bridge has been ac cepted by the Melbourne andt Footscray City Councils. On Monday evening the annual meet ing of the Footscray Swimming Club is to he held at the club-house, near Hope toun bridge. Mr. Robill...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
reTepione : sI lootcray. Zh 3dvertiser. PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN. Footscray, Saturday, Oct. 10, 1914. The municipal year is just ended and municipal officers are at present busy in preparing the annual balance sheet. The time is opportune theretore to sug gest that councillors should arrange to issue, in addition to an epitome of the financial statement, a comprehensive annual relport. Under existing condi tions years pass and there are no re cords, outside the tomes of the council of the progress or retrogression made, as the case may be. No comparative figures alre given and thus a splendid opportunity of promoting a keener in terest in the welfare of the municipality is lost. With a properly comnpiletl inn unal report it could he shown in what direction the city is advancing, where I at a standstill, and where falling back. The total valuation of the piroperties in the district, compared with previous years, the annual valuation tlhe number of new buildings erected during the year' ...
VICTOR THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
TICTOR 2'T EATRE. -4---- Commencing to-night at the Victor Theatre, the great three reel drama, SThe Cry of Innocence, "will he shown In addition to the usual picture pro gramme the rollowing vaudeville artists will appear :-Madnm Roper, the only lady rope and handcuff expert Herman The Great, world's premier magician Harry Harrison, ventriloquist and en tertainer. FlDERTAT, HALL to let for concerts dances, meetings, eto Apply to the caretaker.--Adv.