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Sunshine to Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 October 1914
Sunshino to Melbourne, Sunshine to ,\lelourne (week days) 6 27 -6 55-7 30 7 39 8 t -8 21- 9 26 --1o3-t-t3- 12 30-2 8-3 0-3 45 5 26-5 31 -5 35 6 9-6 44-7 31 8 33 9 50-II 12-12 9 Saturdays: 6 27 7 o-7 30-7 39-8 I 8 21-9 26-10 3-II 8-12 2- 12 7 12 23-1 21-2 8-3 2-4 33-5 28 6 43 8 33-9 5o--I 8 12 29 Sundays-Sunshine to Flinders street 9 54 a.m -I:53-3 47-6.16 9 o--o.~g Leave Footscray Ix minutes later.
Melbourne to Sunshine. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 October 1914
Melbourne to sunshine. 1pencer Street to Sunshine (week days 5 36-6 2-76 and 7 a1 not stopping at Footscray-7 8 (fr m Footscray only) -7 30 8 40-9 10 33 -11 3h--I 48 -12 35-- 37-- 2 15--2 43--3 38-3 53 -4 11-4 16-5 26-5 53-6 38-7 35 -- 18-10 22-I- 40 -aturdays-Szue as week days till to 33 Ii 15--I1 36 -12 40-1 32-1 53 3 33-4 3-4 52- 5 50-7 35-9 I8 1o 38-11 41. Sund;ays - Flinders st, to Sunshine 9 to-12 40-35-5 23 8 26- 936. Leave Footscray 14 minutes later
COUNCIL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 October 1914
COUNC1L NOTES, A late start was made at Monday night's council meeting, or rather at the open meetings of committee. This was due to a meeting of the Legislative Committee in the same old privacy as of yore. \Vhat was done at that meeting is locked in the bosoms of councillors anti the officers who were called in to throw light on the deliberations. As the rate col lector was one of the officers in at tendance it may be taken for granted that portion of the business transac tad related to his department, .It is ho?(expet.ied that any prop'os.;:, tot relieving property owners of-any part of their rate liability because of re cent strains on their pockets was put forward. To the Finance committee, presid ed over by Cr. Harris, the treasurer reported that the receipts for the fortnight reached the modest sum of 1i 62/I1/8, which reduced the debit talance temporarily to o102/3/5. Accounts were passed for payment to the amount of £2249/5/1, which brought the debit balance up to £2351/8 6...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 October 1914
If it's a GOOD PAIR of SHOES you are looking for, Cull at SWANN'S Corneroi SHOE STORES. NICHOLSON & BARKLY STS. They will Servo you Well, And at Swan Street, Richmond ; G0 Puoklo Street, Mloonee Ponds; 370 Sydnoy Road, Brunswick. DO YOU KNOW WE STOCKI PUNSHON'S THESE GOODS P Ice Oups. Wafers, and Saynes. Saline Powder. 4 ozs 4d; 1/13 lb. Raspberry Vinegar, 6d and 1/. Newest Dates, 3~,1 Digeat Meal (Tower Brud) 5d packet. "'Tower " Teas (Something Special) 1/8, 1,6, 1/9. ??;c taeno Psn artrn nt . %o Stook oly THEl ' BEST;' We are showing a tine assortment of useful articles for Wedding Presents in our Iron. mongery and Crockery Departmenot. Also Meat Safos, Fly Wirte, Butter Coolers, Syphone. CALL AND INSPECT. NOTE ADDRESS: PUNSHON'S 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, Measure you He has a Choice Selection of the Season's Goods which you will be pleased with. His Ad...
DRUNK AND VIOLENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 October 1914
DRUNK AND VIOLENT. At Monday's court a middle aged man named Frank Vernon was charged with being drunk and dis orderly, and with having resisted arrest on Saturday last. The evidence of Constable Brown showed that about 9 p.m. accused was creating a disturbance in Barkly street and was jostling people off the footpath. When arrested he struggled violently and a crowd of over 300 was soon attracted, and some, instead of giving assistance, sung out for accused to put the boot into the constable. Accused said he did not remember anything and was fined 5/- in de fault 24 hours' in the first case and -zo/- or hours' in the second.
WANDERING CATTLE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 October 1914
IVANDE IUNG ' CATTLE Following on tho inspector's crusade the following were fined at Monday's court for allowing their cattle to wander;-H-enry Shaw, r horse, 15/- with 5/6 costs; J. Kelley, pony, 7/6 .vith 2/6 costs; A. Reich art, 2 horses, 15/- each with 4/6 costs; \V. Palnmer, 2 horses, ioj each with 8/6 costs ; Ellen Munro, I cow, 10/- with 3/6 costs; Minnie McDonald, I cow, 5/- with 3/6 costs ; J. Conley, I cow, 5/- with 3/6 costs; Charlotte Chackley, I cow, 20/- with 3,6 costs; W. McDonald, I horse, io/- with 4/6 costs ; Nellie Vaugkan, 1 pony, 7/6 with 6/6 costs ; A. Stew art, horse, io/. with 2/6 costs; G. Watkins, horse, io/- with 3/6 costs; A. Musicker, I horse, io/- with 6/6 costs; B. Porter, cow, 5/- with 4/6 costs.
GARDENS DEVELOPMENT. ADDITIONAL GARDENER NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 October 1914
GARDENS' DEVELOP MANT. ADDITIONAL GARDENER NEEDED. It has been evident to those whi have eyes to see that for somq con siderable time past the strengtl 'f the council's gardening staff ha bt en too small to properly cope witll the increasing amount of work I is due to this that street trees have re cAived 1 ss atte.tion thai they should thlt Yarravile galdens and Napie street gardens have been almost en tirely neglected and lha some of thi other gards ns in the city do not pre sent that attractive appearance tlia public gardens should possess. Ke ference was made to the question at Monday night's coui ci meeting con seque:ut upon a ilport from the cit) srveyor and it w.-,, pleasttg ind&lt; ei to find that councill-rs were unani nious n the opinion that the work ol beautification mnust not b impeaed. In his ieport the surveyor remarked In connection \vith thei care anti maitttn ance ut the parks, gardens and street treer in the c.ty the w6rk is getting leally tot extensive fo...
KEITH COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 October 1914
KEITH COURT. The Yarraville tennis enthusiasts, kntown as the Keith Court Tennis Club, had reason to feel gratified last Satur day afternoon at the consummation of the eforts to obtain new courts. Less than two yenrs ago they acquired the use of a private court and through the energy of their president (Mr Low), vice-president (Mr IIaslam) and inde fatigable secretary (Mr Swaney), backed up by enthusiastic supporters, they have now two of the best asphalt courti in the metropolitan -area, and such is the oplinion of several experts present at thle official opening. After Mr Low had outlined the pro gro iss of the club, th1. Mayor (Cr Bell) stepped forward and declared the courts olpn. lhI stated that he, with other lmembliers of the council, had inspected the conurts that morning, and were very plealed with the good work done by their employes, headed by Mr Neylan, city engineer. The asphalt on both courts had a blase of concrete re-inforc ed with xpandled metal and twould not crack...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 October 1914
YWALKING CHA MPIO.NSHIP Mr Ted Drayton, a well-known member of the Footscray Harriers, was succ.-ss ul in the 25 mile Walking Championship last Saturday. He inished second In the Lbam plonship and won 'Sealed Handicap," his time 4 brs. 5 mins. z3 sec., breaking the Australian record, P rin tin g Alillads. l'mos., , rtlsltc & Commenlrcial, PIrorammes Phone $I Footscray. Postrs Cards the Advertiser Printing Works, footscray. J JAMIESON, Proprilotr. MRS. TEASDALE Private Hospital 94 Buckley street, Footeoray. Will be glad to hear from Dayleaford friends, "THE PITFALL." By SIR WILLIAM MAGNAY Bart,, Author or "T'le lMaster SpItrit,' 'The Rted Chancollor." "A Prince of Lovers." etc Pubilibed by Arrt'anlmicet with Ward Locli & Co. Ltd. Mellb & Lou. CHAPT'rEI XXIX. Con tinuied Tilghman snmolcedl ot thoughtfully for some tolllmentO "I aIni inclited to thuitr." be said at length cpealt. Ilg elowly 'that we bad ;eotter not say anything about Killictrs or the secret pass...
HELP YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 October 1914
IHELP YOURi TOWN. Talk about it. Write about it. Help to beautify it SB3uy all you can in it. Advocate progressive ideas. Flomember that by assisting trades. Ieni ;Vyo help the place along. Keep your money in the place. Soll all you can and buy all you can at homne. 'lThe mon who have inveated in dtores. workshops and other\ business pnces are building up the town, and they hohdd hi hsu ipiorti4il Henley-.on-the-Yarra is to be held this afternoon and evening and will irohably attract the usual enormous crowds. , ootscray oarsmen are comll peting in some of the rowing events.
BOWLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 October 1914
BO WLING NOTES. Notes by "Jack High." On a somewhat puzzling green at Princes Pars,Footseray A. team wont out for their second pennant match on Saturday and did so well in the opening stages that victory seemed to be within th.ir grasp. But as so ofted happens with Footscray howlers they failed ti maintain their position in the last few ci ds and suffered deleat by to pts. Scores: - Shepherd, Hartwill. Francis, Griftiths - 8S to 32. Liversage. Lovett, Cant. Forge - -27 to 26 Dunlop, Coulson, Snadaen, English 3 26 to 18 Uren, Condon, Rogers. Crow 20 to 25 Against this reverse the 1 team, against M Ilvern and Caulfield at Footscray, ,ained the first victory it has hid in pennant mat ches for man) moons. And there wa, no mistatke a'out the twin. Adams' rink was 20 ahead ot its oppo-ing force, and tattin son and Dr Fuilerton's rinks were both well ahead. Only Fraser's 4 was duo n and down I only. To this rink cinsiderable credit must be given for its uphill fight aftet a di-asitr us ope...
UNDERPAID YOUTH. SUBSTANTIAL ORDER MADE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 October 1914
UNDIKhP.AID YOUTH. SU13STAN IAL O:&lt;DERMADE Before Mr Goldsmith, P.M, at the local court on Thursday, ;F. J Pembe ton,' 1 nspr ctor ,of i. ,ctorie~, cha ged L:.-lia-' 13inge,:' tilur 'o Leeds street, with emp oying1 Hector sutlierland during the week endding September 26th at a lower rate o0 wage than that prescribed by: the board in the rade. Mr Jones prose cuted; Mr Secomb appear d for de f ndant. I. formant stated that he inter vie, ed defendant on October and He said he had dismissed 'he lad recently. His wages for the first six months was 2/6, second six months 51 a.d for a couple of veeks till he was dismissed 7/6. 1 he lasl was not bound. He intended to app entice hiin but could not get the forms. Witness discussed with de fendant the amoun of previous ex perier ce the 1 td had had with other tailoring firms, viz 9 months at Cas ter ton's and about 3 months at S an ways. The rate of pay for the week in questi,,n should have been 151. Hector Sutherland gave corro bor...
LICENSING OFFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 October 1914
LICENSING OFFENC(ES. At Thursday's court Win. Warren and W. Surtees were charged with hav ing been found on prelnises of Victoria hotel, Yarraville, on Septomber (0th, during prohibited hliur.. Constable James liourke slated that about 7.20 p. nm. on the date mentioned he saw Warren at i side window, War ren said he welnt with Surteds to get some brandy for his sick child. n'he li censee said ho did not know the men were in the yard. Surtees, who had a previous convic tion, was lined 10/ and Warren 20/. *G. Martin and G. Linfoot who plea ded not guilty, were charged with being on premises of Moonoo Valley HIotel, Yarraville, during prohibited hours, on October 4th. Constable Ross, one of the witnesses was away at the Werriboe show and the case was adjourned till Thursday next.
LODGES & SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 October 1914
LODGES & SOCI IETIES. There was a large and enthusias.tic meeting of the U.AO.ID., Ivy Lodge No. 50, on Mlonday evenling last when the A.DI., Bro, C. Willis, wclcomed the newly-elected gran( secret!ary, 1iro, (;. Jones, PG. P. Amongst the visitors werle mem1bers from the Trlfalgar, Nelson, Ivy Leaf, Corio, P.G.P. Iro. ,l. Sharp. and D.P. Ilro. Ilminkin. [Four new members were initiated. Th.' grland secretary made I haIlpy respon(llse in reply to the toast of hi;s healthl, (and during his remniarks stated that --,ho olrder wmas ilmaking substantial progress considering the timle, land hope1,)(td I.he Ivy Lodge woull (endeatvor to foster a brotherly feeling towarlds the lad, y Gillott ,eodge that thel lioard of Dir?c tors was trying to resllsitate. He also stated that a w Vluntltlry conl.lrihuLon of d peir Illelllmber per lir1Lter IL a \ s to lie malde for keeping financial those me1m brs who were going with the Expiedi tionary Forces. lle thanked the lenm burs for their heart...
ST. GEORGE'S THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 October 1914
Third series of Lucille Love, "'The Girl of Mystery", is announccd for to. day aind tonight aL St. George's thIeIItne and will be contioued on Monday and Tuesday. It is the third part of an in er'estinlg ilm serial rade lp lof 15 arts eac1h ofi 210))) 1feet, of n girl's light and hardshiiips endured to re-capture a na Lion ? ecreLt papers. "Forld ,;Sterliig, the inimitahle conimedlil, appearsl in Hearts and Swords anld tie latest sclnles from the front ire l lso showni. ()in Monday in tihe Days of 'Trainilgar, a i reel story ttaken fromll the well-kinowii play Black Eyed Susani will le scrceuiCed during which' IIr E. ] Ilooke hlos bieen specilllly engaged to rendelr "Th'l'hi Death of Nelson'. liIngln:d's Call to Arlms, in which the hull dog .iumplls. tihroiugh lieriituny will also be shown I. 'his IlC ture lihas been specially cngaged for six nights, and hafs an addition1 l numbher of attractions added.
MISPLACED LENIENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 October 1914
MIISPLA CED fINIEPNCY. That the leniency of the local bench is oft' times misplaced Is shown by the result of its action in allowing men substantially fined for betting in the Footecray.Park time to pay. One man fined £100 did pay £30 ofi but then, like the others, disappeared. The State lost over £200 by their going but after all it is possible that it is not all loss. There is one direction in which leniency should not be extended and that is to ward the street hoodlum who loses no opportunity..of annoying householders, insulting women as they pass, and 'as saulting youths smaller .than them selves. There are parties of these youths who spend a great deal of time at various street corners, what time they keep a close watch for the ap proach of the police, but the most troublesome of them all. la the gang that has its rendezvous at the corner of Buckley and Victoria streets. For months the local police have been re ceiving complajnts of the conduct of this collection of young fello...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 October 1914
IN MEMORIAM. "AItItY-- n lovtllg imemory of oti it€lerly helocted October 231d, l0i't, ot is rI-csllidi. e "Blakenhall," 10 Iellry Street, Footscray. iAKd 72 yearo. The rolliLg stream oC lil E now. on, But btill thrd va.ALitt c thair ltceal,. the lox e the voice, tile smlic, Otf himo w ho Ollue ilt Ihlert, Itutrtcid by hi 1 ia g ovite atid bol. -~-----' ~~---------~---- ` I'AR-EI--In loilnti memory of my diear GratIltpa whio painsct? nwity Octolicr 3it0l, 1013, at "Blakcnhatll" 10 ltenry street, Footscla. Ageod 72. Tlte wcaryr hocurdo cd ax s ot pain, 1 li trt;lubled, bit otlesi hourto fre paut: The ecrt.tptittnt wtor Ollut frame Ilas ct-uld Sot.etc6te witth God at ilat, Ilteertcrt bh his lovittg Kgri.nddauylhter, Dorotihy, rIrcpnollo : 51 footscray, Se Advertfiser, I'RINCIPI. S BnEFORE MIEN, FIottcray, Saturday, Oct. 241, 1914.
THE TROCADERO. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 October 1914
'I?IE 'I.OCADEJCO. A big programme of newC star vaudeville acts will appear at the Trocadero to-night. The list includes that famous comedian, I)an Thomas, the Drury Lane pantonitnme dame. Others are Jessie and Dolly Millar, American instrumentalists; Carl Merlyn and Chas. Andrews. A bright and varied picture programme will be shown includ ing a great lKeystone comedy.
TRAVELLING KITCHEN. HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL MOVEMENT INTERESTING REMARKS AT ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 October 1914
EN. HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL. MOVEMEMT INTERESTING REMARKS AT EN 'TERTAINM1ENT. Once niore Footscray has showni that. when the call comes to aid a Vworthy cause this district can do as well and usually better than any other. Recently several municipalities decided that it would be advantageous to the Austra lian troolps leaving for the seat of war if they were provided with travelling kitchens; a portable and convenient apparatus that enables the commissia riat to keep soldliers on the march sup plied with hot drinks and hot. food. Amongst those who decided to alt was Mrs R. M. Lane, who with the assist ance of the Miyoress of F1ootseray and a numlber of ladies andl gentlemen, promptly set to work. ((Committees in other suburhs are still niaking efforts to raise the necessary funds. Footscray has its kitclhen manufactured and on view, and at the Ipatriotic picture en tertalinment at the new Barkly theatre on Wedlnesday evening, the mayor (Cr Bell) was able to announce that the fund for the...
SCIENCE & THE SOIL. (Analytical and Agricultural Chemist.) [No. 2.] [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 October 1914
SCIENGCE . THE SOIL. BY THOS MIOONEY. (Analytical and Agricultural Chemist.) [No. 2,1 - The soil bring a water reservoir one of its most important properties is its power of holding water. To estimate we must, know the pore space-that is the space which is occupied by the solid sod--and that available for occupancy by the liquid, This may be anything fromn '47?64 per cent to a5.95 per cent. Clay consisting of an aggregate of very fine particles has more pore space than sand which is coarser. If we take two glass tubes each closed at lower end by line silk gauze, fill one with fine soil, the other with coarse sand and place the silk closed ends In a dish of water, we note the comparative rise of water up through the fine soil. This is a property termed " Capillarity " We have familar instances of this in daily life when the end of a towel is allowed to touch the surface of water in a basin, . The action of blotting paper in drying Ink is another instance as is also the home made .but...