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"THE PITFALL." Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., Melb. & Lon. CHAPTER XLV. Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 November 1914
' HE PITFALL," By SIR WILLIAM MACNAY, Bart.. Author or "The Maseeter Spirlt," "The Red Chancellor," "A Prince of Lovers." etc, Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., Molb, & Lon, OHAPTER XLV. Continued. As he spoke, he was bringing for ward two chairs for them; then tak ing another for himself, he stepped a few paces backward and sat down, m" tioning them to do the same. "There are," he began, almost air. i'y, ignorlng the sternly hostile looks with which the two men stood regard. ing him, "one or two matters between tus which may reasonably be discussed here on this the last opportunity we may expect to have of speech to gether," He paused, and there was a dead silence as the two waited for him to continue. He tooks out a cigarette and deliberately lighted it, seeming toi make nothing of the tense situation. "First of all," ihe said, as he blew out the first puff of smioke, "wo will put aside-at aciy rate for the mi ment-the qucstion of your intrusion ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 November 1914
Miss HI. Collard, Dressmalker and Costumniere, i Scddon Street, Seddon, (near Gamon st.) Style and Neatness. Moderate Prices Prinating? ? ilhds .rcmos. , krtlstCsl & Comlllmercial, Programmes 'Phone 5S Footscray. Cards . . The Advertiser Printing Works, footscray. J. JAMIBBON, Proprelotor. T[ tLONDON" DIRCIORY (Purbllshcd Annually) Enables Traders thlroughout the World to Y communicate direct with English MANUFACTURERS,& DEALERS In each class of goods Besides heing a complete commercial guide to London and its suburbs the Directory contains lists of EXPORT MERCHIANTS with the goods they rchip, and the Colonial and Foreign Markets they :bpply: STEAMSHIP LINES arranged under the Ports to which they sail and indicating the approximate sailings; PP-"INCIAL. TR'IADE NOTICES of la.ading llanufacturers, Merchants, etc., in .he principal plovincial towns and in drstrisl centres of the United Kingdom. A copy of the current edition will be for warded, freight paid, on receipt ...
TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 November 1914
TIME TABLE. 0-~- - Footscravto Melbourne. (Flinder St. S 28 a.m,-6 20- 47 -6 59-7 6-7 18 7 30-7 36*--7 46--7 54--8 ia--8 8-8 2oa 8 24-8 40-8 58-9 5-9 36- 6-10 2 10 38-20 57-11 40-12 7 p.m. 1231 I 4-1 29-1 45-1 57-214-2 28-2 49 3 9--3 31-3 52-4 8-4 40-5 2a--5 Io 529a--533--5 5-559-6 1ia 619 634 6 46-7 2-7 8*- 7 15-7 3--7 38 7 48-8 8-8 34-8 58-9 29-10 7 S10 25-10 57--11 13-11 34--1 59 -12 25. Saturdays as usual to 10 38 a.m. then 105 1142 1155 122 126 1220 12242-1231-1244- 10o 152 132 I 49-2 5-2 12-2 16-2 29-2 36-3 4 3 23- 3 49--3 52-4 9-4 41-5 IO 5 30-5 5I--6 10-6 34-6 52-7 8*-7 15 7 30-7 37-8 8-8 32-8 58-9 29 10 7-10 25-10 57--1 13--1 28 II 36-11 45-11 59-12 13-12 25 i I4*. Sundays: 9 43-9 59 a.m. 12 59 p.m. I 45 155-2 13-225-238-254-3 22-347 4 4-4 21-4 55-5 22-5 52-6 22-6 52 7 5-724--752-8521-8 52-921-9 29 9 37-945-10 5-o0 25-io 40-10 51. -Werribccto SpcnccrSt. a Spencer St. only. r Fridays only, Trains leave beddon 2 min, earlier, Yar. raville 5 min., Williamstown 20 min. Melbourn...
COUNCIL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 November 1914
COUNUIL NOTES. When the Finance Committee took their scats at the council table on Monday evening, under the presi dency of Cr Harris, the death of the late Lord Roberts was referred to by Cr McDonald, who before to-day has been chaffed on his facial resemblance to the deceased soldier. Cr McDonald said the whole British empire mourned the loss of an officer and a gentleman, -He moved that the council express its deep sympathy with the relatives of the deceased soldiet-a man who has served his country well. Cr Jenkins, in seconding, said the words of warning uttered by the late Lord Roberts, who strongly advo cated universal training in Great Britain and said the time would come when the need for trained men would be felt, had come too true. Cr Bell (mayor) and Cr I-larris supported, the last regretting that the deceased soldier had not lived to see the hoped-for victory of the allied forces. The motion was agreed to. In the financial statement submit ted it was shown that the counc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 November 1914
if if. a GOOD PAIR of SHOES you are looking for, Call at SWANN'S Corneroi SHOE STORES. NICHOLSON & BARKLY STS, They will Serve you Well, And at Swan Streot, Richmond; 60 Pucklo'Strcot, oonuuuuu Ponds; 8379 Sydney Road, Briunwick. DO YOU KNOW WE STOCK PUNSHON'S THESE GOODSP Ice Cups, Wafers, and Bayso., Saline Powder, a ozs Id; 1/3 lb. Raspberry Vinegar, Gd and 1/ Newvest Dates, 3lid Digest Mleal (Tower Brand) 5d packet. "Tower "Teas (Something Special) 1/3, 1;6, 1/0, . tieourirr Od Ucepa \tie Stok only TLIM ll 'i '. t . We are showing a tine assortment of useful articles for Wedding Presents in our Iron. mongery and Crockery Department. Also Mleat Safes, Fly Wire, 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. -Ie has a Choice Selection C of the Season's Goods which you will r be pleased with. c H...
STATE ELECTIONS. MESSRS. WARDE & LEMMON RETURNED UNOPPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 November 1914
STATE ELECTIONS. MESSRS. WARDE & LEMMON RETURNED UNOP.POSED. Nominations for the State Parlia ment closed on Monday last and as anticipated Messrs. E. C. VWarde and J. Lemmon were returned unopposed for Flemington and Williamstown respectively, two electorates which include portions of politically ampu tated Footscray. The declaration of the poll for the Williamstown electorate took place at Footscray town hall at mid-day on Monday by MIr Claude Smith, J.P. Mr Lemmon, in returning thanks for his unopposed election, assured the electors that the confidence re posed in him would be a great in centive for the future. It was pleas ing to observe that in eight or nine constituencies Labor members had been returned unopposed, That was seemed to indicate a great conlidence in the policy of the party and that the people could trust the affairs of the nation to Labor as indicated early in the Federal elections. The return of State members presaged a Labor Government for Victoria in t...
GATEKEEPER'S CONDUCT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 November 1914
GATEKEEPER'S CONDUCT. At Monday's court Dennis Marney was charged with being drunk and disorderly on November 13th. He was fined 20o/ in default 3 days' im prisonment. The evidence of Constable Doh erty showed that defendant was in charge of the Nicholson street rail. way gates on the previous Friday, got drunk while on duty, and was suspended by the asst. stationmaster. He would not however go home, had an altercation with the man relieving him, and before his arrest at I2 noon ran down the line. In imposing the penalty stated Mr Mitchell, J.P., referred to the danger of having such a man in charge.
SUNDAY ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 November 1914
SUINDAY ADDRESS. Mr Kenncy, in his Sunday night address, said our life is a mirage; a vapour; a breath or at most a lnmbcr of breaths, say about seven or eight thousand million breaths, and then where are \ve gone. The many scenes we have been inl the history we have helped to make ; the works we have done; the words we have spoken have passed away and soon will be forgotten as though we had never been. Our very thoughts in Ihe words of scripture have perished; our bodies have crumbled to dust and dissipated into their constituent gases and so will perish most of those who have gone to the war on every side, ;anlld from every side, and those even who escape death at the war, will be inexorably followed up by their last enemy death and the mirage of their life will be passed. But God in His mercy has provided that life eternal may he grasped and the mirage may become a reality. lie has provided special instructions for individuals and though many thousands are astray on the matter it...
BREAD UNDERWEIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 November 1914
IBREAD UNDERWEfilGHT At Thursday's court Joseph Cordy was charged with having for sale on October 20th, bread that was under weight. Mr Secomb conducted the prosecution and Mr Brocket appeared for defendant, who pleaded guilty. Mervyn C. Whithcead, city inspector, stated that on October 20th he stopped one of defendanlt's carts in Central Avenue, and on weighing 18 loaves found them 32 ozs short. The bread appeared to have been baked within twenty four hours. To Mr Brocket--I weighed defend ant's bread about once a fortnight and have found it over weight in some cases but never under until this time. Mr Goldsmith, P.M. lie has a good ricord previously and for this, his first affence, will only he lined lid per oz, or 16t- with 23/ti costs. At the same court George Stewart was similarly charged tor' an offence on the same iday. In this case 21 loaves taken, from a cart in Newell street weighed 35 ozs short. The inspector had examined defendant's bread on other occasions and always fo...
GARDEN NOTES. MANURES AND HOW TO USE THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 November 1914
GARiDEN NOTES. By DIIR ED. GRAY. MANURES AND HO\V TO USE THEM. The next thing neceesary to hav ing a knowledge of the soil, and the best way of working it, is to under stand something of the nature of the manures commonly used, why they are used, and what would be most suitable to use in combination with our soil, as the manure which is beneficial in one class of soil may be quite the reverse in others. Then again, plants, like ourselves, differ very much in their likes and dislikes as regards their food, and what would stimulate the growth of one plant may act as a poison to another. To apply large quantities of manure fresh from stable, without discrimin ating as to whether the plants re quire it or not, is a wrong system. It may benefit certain coarse grow ing plants, such as cabbages or rhub arb, but it is almost certain to cause the death of a lot of plants, such as ericas, boronias, carnations and ver benas, while it causes others to grow ranl' and useless wood and ensures a p...
CHARGE OF PERJURY. A REMARKABLE PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 November 1914
CHARGE OF PERJURY. A t1l:lARKAIEIII PROSECUT'ION, On October 24.th Wiml. Collins, a cab proprietor, obtained an order against William l-lollingsworth, an elderly man, residing' at Blallarat road, l'ootscray, and well known locally. At Thursday's court Hollingsworth took the offensive, charging Collins with making a false statement in saying he was indebted in the sum of 181 whenhs was not. On being asked to take the bible in his right hand to be sworn HIollings worth cried "No! I'll take no bible, I'm a free thinker I am," and was sworn without. "My name," he said, "is William Slattery Webster, and I want the summons amended to that. It is my right name. I have been going under the name of I-Iollingsworth." Mr Goldsmith, P.M. Well, this case can continue under it. Hollingsworth-I wish this case ad journed till the 17th December, to call Mr Warde, M.L.A., Mr Biggs, Mr Fraser and two others, as witnesses. Mr Collins-I strongly object to an adjournment. I have lost a day through being ...
HANDBILL NUISANCE DEPUTATION OF ONE AND AN INTERLUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 November 1914
HANDBILL NUISANCE - --- ON--E DEPUTATION OF ONE AND AN INTERLUDE. If there is much antipathy on the part of local business folk to the pro. posed by-law prohibiting the distri bution of handbills in the thorough. fares of the municipality it has not been displayed to any appreciable extent. At two meetings of the council there were opportunities for objectors to lift up their voices in protest but, with the exception of Mr J. A. Pippey none attended. Therefore Mr Pippey was received as a deputation of one at Monday night's meeting. Mr Pippey said that as an occasi onal distributor of handbills he had read the proposed by-law and found it harsh and unnecessary, calculated to injure those business people who favored handbills as an effective method of advertising. And it was particularly harsh at this particular juncture when shopkeepers required assistance and encouragement rather than unnecessary restrictions. At this exceptional time, too, the pur chasing public desired all the kno...
SWIMMING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 November 1914
S WIMMING NOTES. The committee are expending a large amount on trophies for members on open ing day. Entries are.coming in I?ecly for the various races, The instructors are teaching 23 boys the useful art of swimming. A large number of onlookers attend every week end to witness members training The committee are providing useful im provements for the benefit of members. Intending members are notified that entries for the events to be decided on Dec. 5th close at the club house on Nov. g9th.
DISPUTED AGREEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 November 1914
DISPUTED A GREEMENT At Thursday's court '. J.1. Porter claimed from E. A, and I). Green the sum of £151121- being one month's wages in lieu of notice. Mr Abrahams appeared for complain ant and Mr Moir for defendant. Porter stated that he was a wood machinist and lived at l93 Cecil street St. Melbourne. In June last he recei ved a letter from Hlunt, (Green's mana ger) and as the result of an interview was offered a better job with more money. An agreement was made out by Mr Hunt in which one of the items stated that witness had to be given a month's notice before le could be dis charged. He had a conversation with Mr Green the morning after he started during which Mr Green said that Hunt was the manager and had to do with the taking on and putting off the men. On October 27th Mr Green discharged him without notice saying that he was satisfied with him but business was slack. When Iunt was told, he said, to take no notice and he would see Green. Witness came in next morning and Hunt t...
CITIZENS' PICNIC CARNIVAL. PROMISING MOVEMENT INITIATED. IN AID OF PARK AND BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 November 1914
GITIZENS' PICNIC CARNIVAL. PROMISING MOVEMENT INITIA TED. IN AID OF PARK AND BELGIAN RELIEF FUMD. A large sum of money is needed to provide Footscray with a park for the people, and ranking with some of the line places to be found in most suburbs and in many of the country districts. The site possessed by the ;municipality is equal, to any park site in Victoria, but while favored by nature as regards posi tion and contour, it requires a lot of work to fashion it into the attractive area that it should be. For this reason the Footscray Park Beautification Com mittee recently considered the advis ability of arranging a monster picnic and carnival to be held at the park on A.N.A., day, 1st February next. A committee raising funds for the relief of Belgian refugees, who have suffered much in bravely defending their neut rality and who have earned the admira tion of the world, also proposed to hold a carnival and to avoid clashing it was decided at a meeting held at the Town Iall on Wedn...
MADE IN AUSTRALIA FOOTSCRAY SHOPKEEPERS SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 November 1914
MADE IN A USiTRALiA FOOTSCRAY SHOPKEEPERS SUC CESSFUL. By the display of goods manufactured in Australia shopkeepers of Melbourne and suburbs have done good work dur ing the last week or two in calling at tention to the superior class of manu factures that Australians are capable of. There was, as usual, competitions for the best dressed windows in various departments of trade ; it is satisfactory to find Footscray firms again in the lihst of prize winners. In a previous year Messrs J. H. Hooper and Co. practi cally swept the board in every display connected with the drapery business, and this year that noted firm again comes first on the list, with the display in the Footacray emporium of tweeds worsted and serges. The exhibit, de signed by Mr L. Clemson, IIooper and Cos'. artistic window dresser, was ar ranged to represent the cruiser Sydney, and was most effectively done. At their Brunswick stores windows dressed by Mr K. McAlpine, with shirts, mer eery and umbrellas and one with...
MOONLIGHT TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 November 1914
MOONLIGHT TRIP, Some 200 Footscray residents availed themselves of the cheap excursion ac cross the bay by the s.s. Williamstown on Wednesday evening from Footscray wharf. The trip across to Luna ParIk was enlivened by musical items by Mr Jack McLean, members of the loots cray Club and others. St. Kilda was reached at 8.30 and from then till after 10 o'clock the "happy 200" spent a hil arious time in aeroplaning, switchback ing, and other amusements of the Park. The return trip passed off pleasantly, Footscray being reached about eleven, the opinion being good, very good, and the cheapest trip ever offered. These excursions, which provide a cool sum mer evening's entertainment in smooth water, should become popular. Next Wednesday a combination trip will be run particulars of which are advertised elsewhere.
ASPHALT MIXERS. AN ANOMALY DISCOVERED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 November 1914
AN ANOMALY DISCOVERED. At Monday night's meeting of the local council Cr Harris said it had come under his notice that men employed by the council in the mixing of asphalt received only 8/6 per day ; which was the wage paid to municipal 'laborers. Asphalt. mixing was dangerous work and dirty. There was always danger of being burnt and the ruination of clothing was a very large item. He thought the men were entitled to a little more than the minimum wage. Cr Shillabeoer-What does the sched uleo say ' Mr Neylan, C.E.-AII our nmen are paid according to the schedule. Cr Shillabeer said the schedule refer red to had been drawn up at a confer once of representatives of municipal employes and of metropolitan councils. He thought they should stick to that religiously, because once it was broken away from, others might break away in a different direction. Cr McDonald thought Cr Harris was to he commended for bringing the matter before the council. He thought too the surveyor should look into...
FINANCES INVOLVED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 November 1914
FI4VA NCES .IN VOL VD1 At Monday's court Alfred Barnet, estate agent, of Sunshine, was charged on fraud summons with not obeying an order made on Nov. 10th, 1913, to pay Messrs Johnson and Sons the sum of £47/17/. Examined by Mr Brocket defendant stated the original order was obtained on a dishonored cheque in part payment of a sum of money he had undertaken to refund to the complainants. On Aug. 20th, 1912, he sold a block of land to complainants and received £90 as pay ment but after the sale found he could not make the title and also could not pay back the purchase money. Hie could nIt pay more than £1 per month off the order, • l~~l~'·~~r; h~;"r~~r~pii" "'`"r-, , f'W "?11f.m anT oipay £7ýfi/- at & rate of E1 per month, lirst payment on 1st Decem ber and in default of any one payment two months' imprisonment. £?:/3/ costs were allowed Mr Brocket.
BOWLING NOTES. FOOTSCRAY VANQUISHES UNDEFEATED TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 November 1914
1BOWLING NOTES. FIOOT'SCHIAY VANtIJlISHES UN DEFEATED TEAM. Saturday last was a glorious day for Footscray howlers, the glory being due as a result of the defeat of the City (West Melbourne) team, which till then had carried all before them. That tile victory was as well earned as it was unexpected no one canl deny, and whether it serves as a complete answer to criticism in this column last week or was the result of greater effort and more seriousness as a consequence of the said kindly criticism is a point that may be argued but will never he settled. It shows, however, that if every man puts his best into the game the Footscray club would not be 'continually lagging at the tail end of its section ; that with more attention to practice by some, at least. of the players, it would be possible for the locals to do what is expected of them-bring some honors to Pootscray. The match was an interesting one to watch. Taking the teams as a whole the scores wereo close in the earlier stages....