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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 October 1914
SPECIAL NOTICES. T. GOUGH, SURGEON DENTIST, 156 NICHOLSON STREET, Footsoray Over Shaw's, Grocers, Telephone: 272 Footscray. ::Sets of Teeth ...... from £3/3/ Best work only done. Artificial Teeth, 5/- and '76 per tooth. Fillings, Crowns, &c., at Moderate Charges. Mr. GOUGH attends to all Patients himself, and if satisfaction is not given Fees will be returned. Hours : 9 a.m. to 8.30 p.m. Saturdays, 9 a.m, to I p.m.n "VICTOR" Vaudeville & Pictures. IRVING STREET, (Outside Footsoray Station) SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31 The Ruby Cirole (Rex) Massterpicce of Human Iutereat Belgian War News. Race for a Bride (Keystone) Neighbors (Ford Sterling) And Others. Powell and Daphney Clover Sketch and Patter Team. Charles Ponder Introducing Ragtime Songs and Coumicalities Olive Burnley The Child WVonddr, A Plcasing Singer of Pleasing Songs. Winner of gold medal at recent Ballarat Competition. Speoial Programme TUESDAY Night, Nov. 3. Presents given away an usual. Matinee and night, PRESBY...
MUSIC AT BALLARAT. FOOTSCRAY COMBINATION UNSUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 October 1914
AlUS C AT IBALL A nAT. F()(OTSCRAY COMBINATION UNSTICCESSFUL. The wish of members of the Foot scray Municipal Band to try for the second time to gain honors at the South Street Competitions, was, thanks to the generosity of the local public, gratilied. The trip was made lastweek and the bandsmen spent a very pleas ant time, while the visit was not with out great. educational value. But be cause the promoters of the competitions grade the bands and not the individual players, thus permitting A grade men to compete in 13. and (C. contests, the locals had very small chance of success. This may be said for them; they played well; they marched well and the dis cipline was good, but they were oppos ed by bands which had the assistance of from 6 to 8 A grade players and which, having greater experience, had many advantages on their sides. The competitions are also having the effect of raising the standard of excellence. Three years ago Footscray band's per formance would probably have earn...
FOOTSCRAY FIRES. BRIGADE'S BUSY PERIOD. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 October 1914
FOOTSGliAY FIRES. - ----- ------ BRIGAI)DE'S BUSY PERIOD. How close danger is to people is shown by the increase in the number of conflagrations occurring immediately upon the arrival of hot weather, indi cating_ that the cause is ever present, though in colder weather the result is not disastrous simply because the evolution of a blaze is not then so prompt as under more favorable conditions. With the arrival of the heat wave on yester day week local fire-fighters were at once in demand, and in the two follow ing days they had no less than six calls. At 12.31 on Friday the brigade was summoned to a lire at the rear of pre mises owned and occupied by Mrs Mar garet Daswson, at 88 Hallarat road. A large e.oaeh-house and stables, 80ft. x 28ft. was in flames and the contents, which included an Abbot buggy, spring cart, etc., uninsured, were demolished. The building was severely damaged. Twvo hose carts and 8 men were in at tendance and did well in preventing the flames 'fron spreading t...
"THE PITFALL." Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., Melb. & Lon. CHAPTER XL. Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 October 1914
" HE PITFALL." By SIR WILLIAM MAGNAY, Bart., .llltlor of "Th'e Master Spirit," "The lied Chancellor," "A 'Prince of Lovers," etc. Illbiluhld by Arrugiciienlt withl 'VWird, Lock & Co. Ltd., Molb. & ll. C[IAPTEIL XL,. Continuetd. ''Thy tlllled jiiu L ahtorl of Iho elicrl land and, hluving (akl lil itiitf.etionn I:'urowll of the stIulch ohl HkIipper,'. begnl Ihelir walk 1crto8s lth hIslamn. ''hl s wa nti Jouriney o0 Roloe tihr i hIilcs over roi)lgh gronOlllid it11111(e more' idilliclt If saitor bY liho datrlullc is 1oi' lho nlightl . Til'h'i r progresi w\ eIIP?d ('ls sadily slow', btill. they racliell thiie fir iher (coiast. I lilig( wll willi t. ihncll nl, having src no H11 i lt o lllllf h an Ilfill o the way. I1llving ds'ei tled to Ihe alt ly Io) o 111 d larne(:tsll' hn1' lay 11hu t ch , W ltey itlit I ltPl iatell, i y 11110i1ti .,Irtighl. for th .s? orel , tuit very isoonI I Wilil I l i ' it itill ( r I lllb ll I II' I 0tt IIIII l t t111l t t1t11 y11 111 1 il all ll ...
GARDEN NOTES. THE FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 October 1914
iA RDENV .NOTES. By IMR ED, GIRAY. THE FLOWER GARDEN. All the tender annuals should now be sown. These include balsams, celosias, (or cockscombs), amaran thus, browallia, etc. Balsams re quire to be sown in seed pans or boxes and pricked out singly into boxes of rich soil. They should have plenty of water and liquid manure, the object being to grow them into strong, well rooted plants before transplanting into their permanent positions. Transplanting should be carefully done by lifting each plant with a good ball of earth and select a showery day for the work. If how ever, showery weather cannot be had the work must be done as carefully as possible in dry weather, the best time for transplanting will be after sundown, but the ground should have been prepared and watered several hours beforehand. It will then be in good order for the work. After the plants have been transferred make the grpund firm about the roots, give another watering, and some kind of shading that will break the s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 October 1914
.i' : t a .OOD PAIR of SHOES you are S looking for, Call at SWANN'S Oorner o SHOE STORES. NIOHOLSON & BARKLY STS. ,They will Servo you Well, 'And at Swan Street, Richmond; 60 Pucklo'Struot, ?Muoneo Ponds; 837) Sydney Ro?oa, Bnruswick. DO YOU KNOW WE STOCK PUNSHON'S ' - THESE GOODSP Ico Cups, Waters, and 6ayiny . a.; liSn Powder, 4I o.-I .d1; 1/311 b. Raspberry Vinegar, ld and 1/ S:N- ; '..wet Dat , 3ý, D:igest Meal Tower 1Iraud) 5d packut. S Tower " Teas (Sonoething Special) 1/1, I i, 1/il. e-o-i Bee gus'" PIroduce Departm.ent. Wo itock only iýil1i N'IT. 2 '." We are showing a line assortment of useful asticles for \We'dling p'resants in mnr lron. S: mongory and Orookery Department. Also 1Mcat Safes, Fly Wire, liutter Coolers, Syphon'. CALL AND INSPECT. NOTE ADDRESS: SPUNS HON'S i43 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, ScMeasure you. He has a Choice Selection of the Sea...
SUNDAY ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 October 1914
SUADAY ADDIRES. IIMr. Kelnney, In his S natudly nightl Iaddress, nhlilealed to Ills henlers to ilanll'est intrioltc fe'vor liI relltilon Io the kingdom in :IIe futuliir they desir'ed to ho foulltnl llllimembers of Tlhere were, hie ?llld, but two 'ldng do0LIN, and it. nlepeilded on ini under 4slauiling iof the initler which will be lhi iined to. Any llisunderstnndling, iglnoranlce, folly or crror In the mat I or was Ililinlcil to siicccss, hlit Hiuc cess meant: life oetrnal; fllulre, delath, ciorruptihon,( exlltllction, banishmeihInnt, ab sollce complete ninlhgllntion, iland do lii'lilultion fronI the l intld iGod 11ad pro Illltll to esltnllsi 1lls Ilunlgdomn onr 'Whilly whllL were celled good, Godly pIeopli were, lie cillned, alltogether anslray on Ile ililter, ianld they ,erol n iing right downi to ldeath. 'lIhey we\ iliyl'll if they thought they were going to henven. Peter said, "David Is lit ascl'lldpt haIm lhmnivei,'' u hi sill wo Ilioui.ht :they ivert gohing to lien tell were i...
P.A.F.S. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 October 1914
P.d. F.S. At th1 moeeting of tie Loyal Foot sC'ray Lodge, PA.,.S., \W.M[. Iro, 'hollmpsoll lpresiding, two new meiln bers were initiated. One propositiol '1was received. Several immbclbor spoke n hligh terms of tile manner in whlicl P.1).1. Bro. .Miller carried out Il ( duties of District Master for a period of four years. The lodge decided thni his services be suitably recognllised. Bro. Iird was elected unopposed tc the position of Guardian, and wa: duly inlstalled )by D.G.MI. Tro. J G(reonwood. The syllabus item "Cards," was won by BDro. Tickoll T'he next . item is a ''Pound Night,' A good programme is being arranged and a good attendance is expected.
ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 October 1914
ROWING. The crows representing the Footscray City Rowing Club at the Henley Regatta last Saturday put up a very creditable per formance. Although they were not succes- ful in their respective events they were knocking at the door, The Maiden Four succeeded In winning their heat and semi final but were beaten by Civil Service in the final by a length. In the Grand Challenge Cup (senior eights) the local representatives defeated, In their heat, last year's winners, Civil Service, by a length; but were beaten in the final by a smart crow from the Uni versity Club. lFcr the V,R.A. Regatta to be held on 5th December a full entry has been selected from the local club. The crews comprise Maiden Pair, Four and Eight, Junior Pair, Senior Pair and Four. All the above crews commence training next week. On Saturday, November 7th, A and B Class Pairs will compete for trophies pre. sentcd by the Mayor (Cr S. M. Bell). A large entry is being received and some capi tal rowing should be witnessed.
AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIES ADDRESS BY MR J. E. FENTON, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 October 1914
AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIES ADDRESS BY MR J. E. FENTON, M.P. Mr J. E. Fenton, M.P., speaking at a gathering of workmen employed in the rope and twine making industry, at the Irene Hall, Footscray, on Tuesday evening, made reference to thd need for protection .in this industry. The value of cordage and twine imported, he said, was as follows for the four years ending 1913 :-1910, £17,510; 1911, £152,028; 1912, £187,812; 1913, £193,934, showing that with each year there was anl increase. Bags and sacks to the value of £1,865,2901 were also imported last year, and as this industry had been started it only needed some protection to give it a fillip. In respect to metal cordage the figures for 1912 were £122,112 worth and for 1913, £131,063. These requirements, Mr Fenton claimed, should also be supplied by Australian manufacture. When it was considered that large quantities of this material is imported from countries like Germany, Austria, United States, China, Japan and India, it behoved the ...
THORLEY'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 October 1914
T'?IOR L ? 'S 'PICTU1Is ES. Thorley's pictures have had a good run during the past week and the programme to be submitted next week should result in a continuance. The full list of films will be found in our advertising columns and includes, Orders utnder Seal, a great star 6000 feet in length, A Dogs Good Deed, In Peril's Path. The Melbourne Cup, and others. A complete change of pictures will be shown on Thursday.
VICTOR THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 October 1914
V'ITORf 2TIFEAT'I'JW. The Victor will show a good range of pictures for the coming week, including The Ruby Circle, a Rex" masterpiece, Belgian War News, Race for a Bride, Neighbors, and others. In Vaudeville, Powell & Daphney, sketch and patter team, Chas. Ponder, rag time songs and Olive Burnley, winner of gold medal at recent Ballarat comrpetitions, will also appear. On Tuesday night there will be a special programme,
CRICKET. FOOTSCRAY v. BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 October 1914
' otei by "CovER Ponl." '0OOTSCRIAY v. I3RIGIIiTON, Following on the poor oloning made by the locals, four wickets for 9, in responseo to Brighton's 206 on the first day, it was most gratifying to Footscray's sllupporters to \\ituoss the line uphill struggle made by tile rellaining batsmen on011 atur'day last, \.lhen tile score was carried to 182 bo foro the last wicket fell. "Son" Smith, who oponed tile innings, but had not scored on tile lirst day, was acconl panied to the wickets, by "''Shalnus'' O'Brien, and both batsminenl gave a aplenidid exhibition of good solid d?e fensive, and at tile same llune, bril liant cricket whilst the lirst-panllod scored rapndly, O'lBricn was content to keep hli; end up. Anticipations of the Footscray having to follow onil were quickly dispelled, and the prospects of.a win looked very bright. Despite frequent changes ill tile bowlinlg, and mlany consultations alllong tile Brighton, the score mnounted to 9S before ia separatlon was effected, when O'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 October 1914
IPECIAL NOTICES, WE ARE RBEADY For tle Spring Trade with a Lovely Lot of SPItING SHOES All the Latest -CREATIONS of FASHION Are Blooming Luxuriantly with us now. Buy now, and get first pick. The "Springa" Glace Kid Bar Shoes, self how, patent collar, light and breezy, 7/ 1, Velvet Bar and Court Shoes, very snappy in style and design self-covered heels, 4/II. " Acis "-This is the name of a lovely Court Shoe, in tan or black glace kid, with 3 side buttons, very nifty, either color; 9gI i. Ox-blood and Wine Color Foot wear is still the correct thing. We have a very large and choice selection, and will be pleased to show them to YOU. Our Men's Department is wide ly known as carrying the Best of Australian-made FOOTWEAR. Among others we are offering is a Glace Kid Derby Bal., patent toe cap, at 12/6. "Brown" Fashion decrees that this color is to be worn. \V e have Ladies' and Gents' Footwear to match the Costume, at popular Prices. Yours to Boot, WILLIAMS, THE SHOEMEN, NICHOLSON ST.. FOO...
V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 October 1914
V.R.O. SPRIING lMEETING. Though the people of Victoria are op pressed by war and drought it is certain that, given fine weather, there will be large attendances at the Spring Carnival of the Victoria Nacing Club which opens at Ltlem inglon to-day. the dryness of the seasonl has left its mark upon the course and flat, which fails to present that refirehing greon ness that is expected in the springtime but otlierwise the surroundings are in splendid condition; the arrangements for the corn fort anld convenience of racegoers are as near as possible perfecl, and the details, in the handls of that pastinaslter in catering for the sporting fraternity, Mr i-. Ilyron Moore, will be found complete The day of days is Cup-day, of course, and on Tuesday all roads will lead to Fleminigton. Though records as regards attendance may not be broken, it is certain that there will be enor mnius crowds on stand, hill and flat, and if financial stringency does prevent some fromn paying either of the vari...
THE TROCADERO. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 October 1914
To-night andi this allernioon is the last time for thc the show'ingi of the great pic ture mlasterpiece "Hlome Sweet H1-Ioic. The new variety for to-night includes Phil Percival the great comedian at the piaco, Marno a;itl MIurnal, relined Miusical artiss also the Itrcinans", presenitinig a niovel pa triotic specialty. Conan Doyle's: grea; novel aind well-known play "The House of l'em perly or "Roch ey SLtoo" will be shown in picture on Monday night and on Cup night the picture of the race will bo shown from start to inish.
PATRIOTIC FUND [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 October 1914
PA TRIOTIC FUND 'he following additional drnations have been received by the \\orkers' Patriotic Association : Per Mrs Ilarrow-Mrs Barrow ?r/r/, Mrs Sncdden 5/, various sums £1/0/3; total ,G2/6/3. 'cr Mrs H, Fot ge-Mr R. Johnstone, sale of "Sons of Australia," 15/. Per Mrs Bright-Mrs Bright 5/, various su1ms 15/6: total £i/o/6. Correction - Per Mrs Riddell - Mr J. Cordy 5/" s.hould be Mr J. Cordy 1o/.
ST. GEORGE'S THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 October 1914
,'7:. GEORGE'S TIFEAT I,,. Patriotic pictures play an important part in t~-night's programme at St, George's l'heatre when the latest Helgian war pic tures will de shown, also an interesting dis play of Britain's Might. Another's Child (in four reels) is the star drama, and the popu lar Ford Sterling appears in Neighbours. A further series of Lucille Love will he pre sented anid The IBtll Dog's Jump through Germany will be screened for the last tlme. On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 'Tho House of'lTemperley, Conan Doyle's play, will be produced. Lucille Love, fi'th series, will be shown, and, by special arranlgemenilt, the Melbournle Cup will be shown on Tues lday (Cup) night anld the two following nights. Special maticnee is announced for Culp lday.
TRAP FOR THE UNWARY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 October 1914
TRAP FOR THE UlNWARY. At Thursday's court two men named George Martin and George Linttoot, were charged with being on the licensed premises of the Moonee Valley Hotel, Yarraville, during prohibited hours, on October 4th. Sub-Inspector Kenneally prosecuted. Constable Hennessey stated that on October 4Ith, about 7, ¶5 a.m. he saw the two defendants come out of the con venience of the Moonce Valley Hotel. He had been watching the place for about two or three minutes and had not seen them go in. Constable Ross corroborated. Both accused denied that they were after drink. They generally went down to the river on Sunday mornings, and on this morning Lintfoot went in to light a cigarette while Martin did not go in at all. Mr Caldecott, J.P.: The bench con siders the case proved, but think the police should see that the gate is kept locked, as it is only a snare and a delusion. Something should be done to the licensee for having it open. Sub-Inspector Kenneally subsequently stated that the ...
HOSPITAL COLLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 October 1914
11OSPITAL COLLECTIONS. As usual, Footsesay did fairly well in its various collections in aid of the Hospital Saturday and Sunday fund. Up to the present the following amounts have been acknowledged :- . I.d. Footsreay Precol. trian Clhurcli aI S1,S. 20 8 0 Sit. Johlr'a Churetl ee.l .S .. .. .. 16 17 3 St. Monica's ia . C Churcl ... .. 9 0 6 Ilyde strcct Mlethodist Church .. .. 2 18 0 S. ., .17 9 Vletoria btreot 51th Churl ch 2 II 4 Chlrch of Chlrlt alnd S.N. . . 2 14 0 St. Georgc Chllollch of ?lgailg ld .. .. 2 10?1 bay View Road0, ,Mctlhodist .. . . 1 6 1 9.5. .. .1 a 1 Deer i'ark ofrlodiot Church, .. .. 1 0 0 ,imiison sitreet leothodibt . .. .. 13 3..... ...1 1) Balloarat rd., Footo ray, Methodiat Clhurch 4 6 Saloation Army Ba1d (Railway. Rcagor e).. b 9 0 Employeel llrchaeOli, llalellSein and Co, 31 10 0 I,, , Alsse anld Co.... 2110 1 J.1. I. looaper and o. .. .. 12 12 0 Standard 15arrio: .. Id 16 0 Culling, Smtllh tand Co. ........ 2 10 0 111gscillo Bras Ba1ul.. .... .. 1 16 2