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THE "COOKER" FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
THE "CO9KRI" FU.VD. A band performance in aid of the travelling "cooker" wasn given in the railway reserve on Thursday. The col lection was, however a disainointment. totalling only £1/17/11;. Master Neil Brown collected £1/l1 of this amount and is entitledl to much credit. The neglect of the hand to play in the park on Sunday last was due to a mis understanding. For the cooker fund we have received 3/6 from boys of Charles street, and £1/ 1/- from Mr ''. ,Launder. Portion of the proceelds of the enter tainment to be given at St. George's hall. Yarraville, on Tuesday next is to he devoted to the travelling "cooker" fund. No tickets sold at the hall on that date will participate so patrons who intend assisting the movement should note this. Tickets are in circulation for the Grand Patriotic Entertainment and Dis tribution of Prizes in aid of the travel ling "'cooker"'' fund 'for the Expedition ary Force. The entertainment will take the form of a pictaure and vaudeville show. Resident...
THE ROWING CLUB. OPENING OF THE SEASON. LOCAL CLUB'S SUCCESSFUL OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
THIu lof IVINt ('U /B. OPENING OP THE SEASON. LOCAL CLU I'S SUCCESSFUL OPENING. Remindful of the days when the Foort-cray rowing cluh was wont to hold its annual regatta, or of the more distant days when cr wds gathered to wvitness the hi-to rc races for tihe Clarke Challenge Cup, which the Footst ray eight, one of the finest of crews. as th.- tinmes recorded show, :hat cv r sat in a b at, won the three irjnir necessary rto secure tosses ion. inis the a imatr d scc-re at rhe boat nouse la t S turd;ry. It was the ormnal opening of the season. The weather was glorious; su I weather is is seldom se n in ear:y October, and weather that was the '"call of the wild" to people who on less favour ablle days would nt have ventured forth to take part in wh it is usually a p'rosinc gatheri g. Consequently there w as a r ecot d a tendar ce. Hun ting flew giity fr nm the boat-house; the interior w as specially eim cllislhed for the occa-icn, and the musec en dered by the Footscrtay Municipal arnd...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
i fi' a GOOD PAIR of SHOES you are looking for, Call at S WAN N' S aornero: SHOE STORhE. NICHOLSON & BARKLY STS. They will Serve you Well, And at Swan Street, IRichmond ; 60 Puckle Street, Moonee Pondo; 870 Sydney Road, Brunswick. Cheap Gioodas o f At_ - PUNSHON'S Dates 3Ad Cleaned Currants, Sid lb. Good Sultanas, 61d Peek Pream's Biscuits i/- lb. t . Fruit liscuits (br. kent). .1d lb C Go d \Worccst S ole, 3)d and 61d bottle Broken Biscuits (fresh) 3d1 lb 3 lbs f>r 8id C Dairy Producu fresh twice weekly. t It h We have also a fine large stock of Glass. ft ware, Crockery., Ironmonrgery and 1 Wedding Pre.ents. a 11 a CALL AND INSPECT ft a NOTE ADDRESS: t PUNSHON'S 143 Nicholson Strcet Footscray i You will a N, w Suit and o an Overcoat Ir the \VWnter and ii you cavtlot do bt-ter than let e W. J. McCANN, PRACTICAL TAILOR, b Measure you He has a Choice Selection c of the Season's Goods which you will a be pleased with. His Address Is 33 PAISLEY STREET, (Next Footscray Club) 1...
ABOUT A BUILDING DISSATISFIED OWNER HAS TO PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
ABOUT A BUILDINGa DISSATISFIED OWVNER HAS TO PAY. At Monday's court A. M. Nelson, builder, sued R. IH. Wallace for '15 16/4, balance on house built by complainant for def ndant. Mr Broclet ai'peared for Nelson and Mr Sec tab for Wallace. Complainant sta'ed that he built a house for defendant, finished in ac cordance with plans. A building s -ciety had paid him all the money except £s40, defendant paid £25, having the balance claimed. To the best of his belief all the work had been properly clone. Defendant took possession two months ago, and at the tire did, n t complain of any. thing being unsatisfactory or incom plete. In 'upport of the claim James Crow, member of the firm of A. R. P Crow and Son, stated that at the complainant's iequest he inspected the house fromi the exterior, being unable to gain admission. The chimney was plumb, except for the top layer which was laid over i inch to Ia inches to take a rafter. This made it more stahle The verandah was only .4ft. gins in width...
ST. GEORGE'S THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
HST. G1ORGE'S TTIEtTHE. An unusually lengthy programme is showing at St. George's to-night. Chief of the dramas are a three reel Cines production, "The Cry of Innocence, and a two reel star drama, The Grip of Circumstance, " by Essanay, the later being a fascinating story of a master crook and his clever methods. Keystone heads the comics with a wild riot. " Cohen saves the Flag, " and Pimple is great in one of his very heat sketches, while the old favorite Broncho Billy appears in " Broncho Billy and the Rattler. " On Monday night the long looked for Nordisk star "The Devil's Daughter, " will be sown as well as a two reel detective story "Who killed Olga Carew?" Ivy Close re appears in "The Girl from the Sky. " and many others complete a splendid programme.
THORLEY'S PICTURES. AT THE GRAND. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
THORLLIY'R PICTURIES. AT THE GRAND. 'IThorley's Pictures showed to good houses during the week. For Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday the star film will be The Colonel's Wife, 3000ft., In dian's Don Juan, A Matter of Records, By the Aid of a Film. Sherlock Bore head, Perfect Slavery. For Thursday, Friday and Saturday the star pictur' :s The Messenger of Death 2000ft.. The Widow's Mite, Old Fire fi rse, Hunger knows no Law, Bunny's Birthday, Max on the Briny, and Adventures of a Absent-Minded Professor are among others to he shown,
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
HORTICULTURIAL SOOJETY The lecture for the October monthly meeting of the above on Tuesday next will be given by Mr Geo Cooper of the Alexandra Gardens on "Dahlias for the Garden," and should prove interesting. It is to be hoped there will be a large attendance ot members. About thirty members of the society took nadlvantage last Saturday of accept ing Mr J. Cronin's invitation to pay a visit to the BIotanical Gardens and spent i nmost enjoyable timne. Mr and Mrs Cronin met the party at Park street gates, extended a most hearty wel come and conducted them round the gardens. During the after noon tea was partaken of at the kiosk, after which an inspection was made of the nzalea border, which presented a glorious sight. After Mr I`. H. IFielrn - Ing M. L. C. had thanked Mr and Mrs Cronin for their kindness on behalf of the visitors a start was made for home after a most profitable afternoon. Don't forget to bring exhibits to the monthly meeting.
THE TROCADERO. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
TliE T'L'ROC.LIl)E10. The "Trocadero" announces novelties commencing from to-night as follows: Chas. Zoli, originator of Antoni Spagoni and Italian specialties; the famous Crightons. clever acrobats and jugglers, The following pictures will he shown for the last time: Ave Marie, A Loaf from the Past, Mack at it Again, and Scotland for Ever. Pictures commen cing Monday include Bunny the Fire man (2000 feet star comedy), and Mem ory's Tragic Leap, a 3 reel military drama. New pictures for Thursday: Arms and the Gringco, a 2000 feet drama, The Crucible of Fato, Mack's Chosen Bride, Whata Birthday, Qualifying for Lena, &e.
NEW BARKLY THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
NE:! JJ I1 RICLY' TIlE i'THE. Shareholders and ticket holders are notified by advertisement that the pri vate opening of the above theatre will take place on Thursday next, at eight o'clock. On the following Saturday the first public opening will take place. The programme will consist of high-class vaudeville specialties and up-to-date moving pictures. The prices of admis sion are to be 1/6, 1/ and Gd. The build. ing is a magnificent one and no doubt there will be a bumper attendance. The full pirogramme will appear in our next issue. The theatre will be under the manageiment of Mr F. W .Xoynott, for many years assaciated withi West's Picture Theatre.
NOXIOUS TRADES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
NOX'OffF TRID jES. The Public Health Department wrote the council on Monday last re the nox ious trade bye-law. The Board for warded a draft agreement which they wished adopted and returned within 14 days. They also gave a definition of what an air-tight chamber was supposed to be. After a few minutes' discussion it was agreed to discuss the question in a fortnight's time. In the department's communication the following paragraph appeared: " It may conduce to an appreciation of the Department's attitude if it be pointed out that a direct andl central aim of the official dr ft of the proposed by-law is the control of oftensive effluvia or emanations of such sort which might otherwise escape to the detriment of pub lic health or comfort, and that according ly, it does not follow for example that a tank or other receptacle containing mater which does not or is not likely to emit eftltvia of the kind and which is in other respects in conformity with the bye. laws will require to be equi...
SUNSHINE PATRIOTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
SUNSHINE PATRIOTISM. Since the Sunshine Patriotic Fund was onened the committee have raised over £20, with more to follow, and are still busy arranging concerts, &c., with a view to increasing the amount. On Tuesday evening next the Scottish So ciety are giving a special programme in the local hall to be followed by a grand Scotch concert at St. Albans on Oct. 24. The children at the Sunshine State School are practising under Mr Roach and will give a special Patriotic concert toward the end of the month.
PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
PATRIOTICC FUND. Amount provinoty acknoknwledued £1410 6 4 pa riotio Concert, organiued by tIh Vrroville PFrogra Aooclation and orrarvillo lr·uno load 61 0 n Emplnrer 1 arnd iAtol, alt. Lyoll Works (4th InotOIomft) 6 00 EMonl icea aooasoray Council(5th Instal. 7 0 ment 370 TI.veroagc' and Green .. 1 1 0 Ifavoloak Tcnt, 1.0.1.. . 1 0 41482 0 8 I ELOIAN RELIEF FUND. Amoun" t ,rovloolV acknowle1dged ... £49 2 3 lloao 1:. E, and IElate P. Davien *. 4 4 0 £53 0 3
"THE PITFALL." Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co Ltd. Melb & Lon. CHAPTER XXXV. Fate's Buffet. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
S HE PITFALL." BY SIR WILLIAM MAGNAY Ba't., Author of 'The MIster Spirit.' "The Red Chancellor. "A Prince of Lovers." etc Published by Arrangoment wvltith Ward, Lock & Co Ltd. Melb & Lon. CHAPTER XXXV. Fate's Buffet. "It looks ' sall Tilgnhman, In a low voice. 'as though we hadl rescued a ian who deserved in bie left wh.ere 10 was. But i 11may turn olut to our ad vanttage and afict all. It Is not for us to condemn hllu to a fearful death "Hle nmay know it'e coret of 111o place,.' Danlry suggcstort Tilghlnlan niodldeld 'Andil some othWt secrets too Now Iet Its look to himn 'The itan lay in a hnlffaint . An Iicipatint passible enticrgenci'nei' 'ilgh matt and Dali ray had providt d 1hI 1 solves witll lhsit of brandy iid wilIh hisetits. With title spiritii they soon re rived the exhtatstld mtan who was presently iable to ldevour rnavenously a couple of large biscuits \When ipe 'setnted soniirtllat recover oil nudtl tastor of Itltief TI'ilglhtman iigan to ply him wIth que...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
Miss HI. CoIard, Dressmaker and Costumiere, i Seddon Strcet, Seddon, (near Gamon st.) Style and Neatness. Moderate Prices a Il 11 11 IIll ll lllllin lit tIIIII111U1 11I tiih--Grade TAILRING - to Measure Our Stook of % , . S Buitings ?II .° Is exten iveie and we will Strive to please the most Fastid ious. Tol,3t 3 [by. M E RY Pr.1ULDOON1 10 Nicholson5t. footscra, 5 bI IIII1 111 11111 111111 111111 IIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIfII I ESTABLISHED 1i53. Herbert King & Sons UNDERTAKERS. (Late of Gnnlong.) Cr Droop & Nicholson Streets, Footsoray. Telephone--36 Footeoray Exchange. hlear) 1Olan and Faotory-174 Lannox St., Richmond. Tel. 912 . Buronnd Road, Hawthorn. Tel. 186O Ilawthorn Exchange. Glenferrie Road, Malvern. Tel. 99 Mal. voru Exchlange. Williamn Road Tooralk, Tel, 246 Wind or Lachange. High Street, eRow. Tel. 411 Windsor, and Sunbury, L. Seeger, Past rycot Ic & Caterer, Late Foreman for J. E. Hooker and Co., Swanaton Street Bige to nnoni-uuicI to 1 It iRdents of Foo...
West Footscray Line. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
Watf 'ootscray Lisle, West Fntsrrnv to Mlebournc,. (ipencer ht W-el4 dlnvs: 6 36-7 4-7 37- 7 46- 8 to 8 o-935-s10 12-1 17-12 10 12 39 1 10-2 17- 3 9-3 54-4 42- 5 38-5 44 -618-653-7 40-8 42-9 59-11 22 12 18 -aturtlav's-6 36-7 9-7 37-7 46-8 1o -8 30--9jS-'1 12-1l 17- 12 I3-1232 ,mI 3o-2 4' 3 1 - 3 54-442-537 652 842 959 1117 1238 Sundays (to Flinders street)-so 3-2 2 -356-625 99-1 328 11eibnuriut (Spencer SI) ". F-nlesrny W.s-k 0 ys 5 36-6 2- 7 8 a Footscray only. 7 6-7 12-s7 30 58 40-9 0-10 13 11 38-1 4,18 -12 35 pm -1 37 2 25 2 43 - 3 38-3 53 -4 '2-4 16-5 26- 5 53 6 38-735 9 I -1o 22-S11 40 ,1. 5 36-6 2 7 u from Footscray ontly-7 6-7 12-7 30-8 40-90o-" 33 It 15-11 36-12 40 p n-I 32-1 53 3 33-2 3-4 52-5 50-7 35-9 18 5C5 38 -21 41.
TRAVELLING STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
TRAVELLING STOCK. At the Councl meeting on Mon. day, the Mayor Cr 13ell) and Drew painted a graphic picture regardinig the mena e caused by travellig she p, which were much in evidence i they stated tnPSu day last, causing no end of nuisance in the way of clouds of dust, anid much annoyance to visito s to the Pa ]k. Cr McDonald was surprised at this and indignantly remarked " The Inspector should be at work " However the Insp cior does not work on Sundays. If he did he would fi. d plmnty to do. Mr Whlithead happened to be present and was asked ghat he lad to sy, he said Angliss & Co. were the chief offender- with travel ling sheep. 1 h, so sheep were land ed at the yards and driven straight on to the paddocks. The only thi. g he could d . he said was to keep on issusi g summonses against the offenders. The council iiistructecl the inspector to " keep on doing it. "
SUNDAY ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
SUNDAY ADDrESS. -4---t- Mr Kenney, in his usual Sunday night address, recommended siecial and immed iate investigation, by all who p ofess and call themselves Christians, itto the ques tion whether they are deceived or astray, or on the right track. Do they understand, he asked, the gospel to Abraham? Do they recognise that their soul is their own self ? That its immortality is attainable; that they must investigate the matter as wise ment and know what they are duing and where they are in the eye of God ? Shall they, he asked, be hustled out of existence in to the d.trkness of oblivion, or elected to shine as the sun in the kingdom of God. and he co rulers'of the world with Jesus Christ when the petitions of the Lord's prayer are realised and the will of God is done on earth as it is in heaven ? Without investi gation, judgement and wisdom the know. lodge, he declared, will be unattainabhle.,
ORANGE BLOSSOM. LEE-DEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
ORAdNGE BlUSSOM. LEE -DERANS. The wedding of Clarence Arthur Lee, youngest so i of MF Ed" in Lee, Foot cray, and MIiss Teresa May Deans oldest da gh. ter of MIr Eflingham Deans, of Yarraville. was c letrated at t. J ,hn's Church of England. F otecray, on I hursdav Ite 241h -ept. the Rev. J. '. Baglin ffi:iatllng at the marri -ge c remon ' hich had a muns c at setting, th.-e Ihappy c'utple being h'rald-d by thejoy. us strains of tile Wedding larch on the churn uis, an Ths bri~tu was gi en aswas by her father, and was dain t y attired In masseline silk with train of same material trimmed with slhadow lase aid orngce blossom, andt ca'ri d a bouquet of azaleas, roses and heath The train-bear-r, in whitto silk (her sister Dais,) c.-mpleted a pretty picte'o The britesmaids. the Misses Fanny Firth and G orgisn Deans. (ac usin of the brids), a ene he:isim ngly dressed in white and pink silk respectisVely. Ir G E N. Lee, a brother oit the bridegroom, acted as best man. The swedding breat f:a...
Sunshine to Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
Suntuhne to Melbourne, Sunshine to Mlelbourne (wcek days) 6 27 -( 55-7 30 7 39 8 1 8 21 9 26 -1"3-113 Il 30--8 3 0o-3 45 5 26--5 31 -5 35 6 9- 6 44-7 31 8 31 9 '-11i 12 -129 Saturdays: 6 27 7 0 -7 10- 7 39-8 1 8 21-9 26-o103-It 8-12 2 12 7 12 23- i 21-2 8-3 2-4 33-5 28 - 6 s; 8 33-950-1z 8 1229 Sundays-sunshine to Flinders street 9 54a m 153-3 47-616 9 o-0o 9 Leave Footscray ii minutes later.
Melbourne to Sunshine. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
Melbourne to sunshine. Spencer Street to Sunshine (week days 5 36 -6 2-76 and 7 12 nolt stopping at Footscrav-7 8 (fr t Fotscray only) -7 30 840 9 0 33 1 38-3 48 -1t2 35-1 37 2'5- 243-- 3 3F 353 -4 1--.4 6-5 26-5 53 -6 38-7 35 -9 t8-lo 22-1t 40 Saturdays- Samo as week days till to 33 tI 15 Ii 36 312 40-1 32-1 53 3 33-4 3-4 52- 5 50-7 35-9 i8 - 10 38 11 41 Sundays - Flinders st. to Sunishine g0o-1240 35 5 3 8 36936. Leave Footscray 14 minutes, later