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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 February 1914

'oilllilicl s wP w re vlPoolcd nxpfl'rs, ;1l11 ni'lIngs of parenil of., .sciholars will lie held oin Monlday ovrnin', to eletl sCllcUasors. El';ci of* Ihe lal com-l nlillees have (esblillshed record;s f1or good work, flint will lie hard It hltt by t11h conlillltees lo follow, inild, dlc. spite the fact. ltht, ltheir pnowerls nre somewlhat, circumscribed, lhelren is ino doubt that scholars have 'henileelp considerably by the now Kiysltellm hat took lth pince of the old nnd effete boards of lidvice. Much, however. niny yet be done, ' The provision of a swimming pool at the Hyde-strcct. school is a desirable andi highly corn mundable innovation, thal. might well bo emulated by tlloso ln charge of affairs at other local schools,' while ;v lonil associlatio of school colllnlttees ;night do a great deal, acting Iln con. Jutl.tionI, iu tie direction of semcurlir, playgrolnds for children and in quilpplng them. There liro otler possibilities which the uow commit iees might well consider, ' ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CACTUS ESTATES LTD. COUNCIL HAS NO OBJECTION TO OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 February 1914

CACTUS EZSTATES LTD. COUNCIL LIAS NO OIBJECTION TO OPERATIONS. The city engineer (Mr. Neylitu) re plorted' to the tooltcrny Council oi Monuday, that ho saw no reasonl why the Cactus Estates Company should not be pertmittcd to commence opera 110ions. l understood that thetre were to be no fumtnes emanating front the works, and ht.ti health officer hlad givenu 111 sinctioll, Cr. Harris altd tlhe comnpay should ~lat lun writnllg that there would he no futles. Cr. -MDoiinnht thought so, too, as thoy had beeon told the sante thing by other llunu 'acturers, anld hiad found, id their sorrow, that they had been doluded, and overy precaution should be taken, The town clerlk stalted tlht . the Board ol Jlcltlh had agreed that: i. was not n noxlious tralde, whtilst the Sydney Bloard of Healllth' was of the uent ;topiti ton, Cr. Jolluson stild ihe had inspected th t.linns, atnd. there could be no f?lues, as ovlrythintg was conldensed. It: wtas agreed that no objection o'uiltd be ralsed to the c...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOXIOUS TRADES. A BY-LAW WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 February 1914

IOXIO US TRADES. .\ BY-LAW WANTEDi Pr'iodically, a conllllunicatlOn 1s rec ei\ ved troll t li UJJolrd of Health )by hlie ootse'ac-y :ouncil, asking hlien it ; Iel intllltion of the council to 'r it a n by-Ia\, for ille )lpurpose of egl lilting noxiousl 5 II ide.lI . I'eriodi. ;ih11, I wthe )w i ,l , erlk is lIstructed to l it fy tll ltiord Iliii(. "the councit l is oullsid ernl ihf, . un tt1er."* Cr. Jenkins, ill nllllg that. tha let or he receivedi, saidI a reply might lie ;el1, informling Lh t 13Osrd Hthat the louncil was framing a by-law. C('r. ltison tllhought it was time liue 'iIIlil hu l I report. flrouI t the 1a111nu1 'siill-ters, luli weret altogether to lalltory. Ii would Imove that 1he WIVn cler-l. Write at otnce to the lman11. nIar llerý., ;llal slate Ihll, the lreport It;u: \wiatleld 1h!fore I[l1.nday next., -. lhl hlad Ihe matterII In halnd for al I tLwo ? n111111ni s. i'. Dre,,, in seconding, .aid the o[hnrd O' Ilelh 'It I s d t they were goinlg o Iranrlth S? I y.-I;l ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GARDEN CITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 February 1914

GARDEN CITIES. - - -- +--- - '.'he clutirman of the Minimum .A1 lotinent, Aunti-SIull and Housing Crusade (Mr. .\.. P'earson), wrote the iAontscruly Collcil for supllport In their mlovemnelt on Mlonday, and mentioned that. Mr. Davidge .lud .Mr. Iteadu were willing to hIeture witthout fee or charge other than actuatl out of-pocket expenses. I-I also asked that; the council might. support. the re quest to the Governmont for a sum of £500,,so that tho lectures might be muade Lreec. Cr. Johnfsotn thought, the council should give their hearttlit, support to a nIl(uveluet of thall character, lnd moved that lhey olengage the Federal Iatll, provyde attendants, and advYr tI.he the lecture well. Cr. Droew (mayor), in supportiug, said that they could not hear too tmuch of that clias of lecture. It would be of au elllucational character. .Cr. 31'Donald also t'favored the motioni, \llwhich wlas carried.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SEDDON CITIZENS' THEATRE. COMPANY IN A BAD WAY. SHAREHOLDERS AGREE TO WINDING UP. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 February 1914

SEDDON CITIZENS' THEA TIRE. COMPANY IN A BAD WAY. SHAIIREHOLDERIS AGREE TO WINDING UP. Some months back this district was flooded with literature concerning a proposal to erect a picture theatre, at Seddon, and to acquire the plant and business of the open-air picture' show carried on at the Napier street gardlens. The project was set forth in a most favorable light, and this, cou pled with the popular impression that thoro is money in pictures, led to sutli cielt retidonts applying for shares to permit of a. company being registered. U, t4ie otlfer hand, Tlie. lhtres wpro notei l ustbcc and tlhos wiho hett^I& f, awaiting developments, will probubly feel inclined, alter theI moiting of shareholders hold ati, theo Mlchalics' uInstituto on last uightl week, to con gratulate themselves upon their iaiu tion. 't'ho lmootlinug was held ostensiibly to elect. tlhrro directors, rice ilCesrs. ,\i. Walsh, WV. Walsh and \1hl)onall, re signed, but. Mr. 'T. Stephens Killy, the only direct...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 February 1914

FOR RELIABLE FOOTWEAR Visit The Leading Shoe Stores In the District, BWANN'S CORNER, FOOTSCRAY, Phlne Footseray 235J. Also at 170 Swan St., Richmond. Phone Windsor 1892. THE TEST OF TIME. THAT PUNSHONS first sold IT WAS IN Fancy Goods in Footaoray., 1 860 Since then shops have been opened and have closed again ; rivals have come. and have gone. Their Prices have been undercut; their patterns have been copied; their quality has never been equalled, their values have never been approached; their tone has never even been threatened. PUNSHONS is still the old And Now In reliable Punshons, after 53 191 4 years (and spite of 538 mostly dead rivals) im measurably the best. The most at tractive and (Quality considered) the cheapest shop in Footsocray. 141-8 NICHOLSON STREET. 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 Addre...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 February 1914

RIFLE NOTES. BY BULL'S EYE. Footscray's club shoot, last Satur. day was 10 shots at LU00 yards' range for the fifth stago of thle Curing Cup. .J. Mastortonn puti p a very crcdit. able shoot with .13 off the rifle for the heavy mirage aas travelling very fast and made shooting difficult, the Ist, scores being J.. Mastortoun, 45, 5, 50; A. G. RIobinson and E. Ward, 39, 11, 60; 1'. Francis, 38, 12, 50; C. More, 37, 12, 40; G. MlcDonuld, sen., 3l(, 12, 418; C. Smith and J. Cropicy, 36, 10, 16; J. McKenry, 37, 8, 45; I'. Mastcrtoun, 3(, 8, .I.; T). Irvino, 31, 13. 144; A. Coming, 32, 11, .13; It. McKenry, :3;, 9, 12; A. Ilender. Son, 30, 12, 42; No. McDonald, I0, 10, 40; C. Henderson, 29, 10, 380; Wi,. Kennedy, 28, 8, 36; J. Hlerlowitz, 21, 12, 33; It. McEwan, 18, 1I, 32; C. Upton, 21, 0, 30; J. ,Joint, 13, 17, 30. Owing to the V.1.A. hohlding their monthly shoot to-day, targeot will not bh, available for club shoots. YARRiAVIILE A.N.A The quarterly meeting of the Yur ravillo A.N.A. was ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SWIMMING CARNIVAL SOME INTERESTING RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 February 1914

S WII7nMING CARNIVAL -- ---4 SOME INTERESTING II ACING. A largo numlber of Spectators at touded the local Swimnning Club's an nual (fifth) carnival on Saturday af tu?noon. Since the club's Inst nmcet ing now staging and a clublhouso havoe boeen crocted, and other implrovements made. The now starting-board at the west aide of the rivCr provides ample roo?) for the officials and co)mpetitors. For the 2(i events fairly largo entries had been received, tlhough Ibelow last year's record, and in tihe finals there was somo excellent racing. Tho Pre sident's Challengo Club Handicap, over 100 yards, attracted chief atten tiot1 There were tL entranlts, includ ;th?? t, of. r -.ILuca, (7 slc.), Ehie hold er, who wol his heat, in I. min. 16 sccs. from T. ilones (1I sccs.). Tho final provided a good race. -11. David son (8 socs.) secured the lead at the turn, and s, irining sphntlidly won by a length in 1 min. II. 2-5 sec?. A great race betwccn S. Peterson (8 secs.) and M. Opic (5 sees.) for seco...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 February 1914

MWil MaHEEMSMME MW*RWWUETIIS ON NATURE'S LINES W Beecham's Pills perform their healthful work-gently, A H soothingly, yet withal thoroughly, until the whole H H system is benefited. Being perfectly safe for young ) S and old and compounded only from the purest and most carefully selected ingredients of vegetable origin, * there is no more satisfactory medicine for a disordered M stomach, sluggish liver or irregular action of the E bowels than Beecham's Pills Sold everywhcre in boxes, prfl JOid, (36 pih) /1li (56 pUil) & 2/9 (168 pIll). lIVKLs adLl e~-M-P xwLan late Miss Patrick Dressmaker and Costumiere. 102 Cowper Street, Footseray. Costumes a Speciality. --Fit and Style Guaranteed. EUROPEAN AUENGY. INDENTS promptly executed at Lowe? Cash Prices for all kinds British and Continental Goods, including [ooks and Stationery, Iloots, Shoes and Leather, Chemicals and Druggists' Sundrls.o China, Earthenware and Glaasware, Cycles, Motors and Accessories, Drapery, Millinery and Piec...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 February 1914

ROWrING3. 'ju'lc luaideii l ighlt Crl'oll Ihe Iota 1 c~lub colpelll~iug it tIle ~laliaraI leIli~t(; .1. 0 toonlinuc (7), ii. 't'louijiiii ((1), .1. SlIcc~i~s. liii' ii 511121.' Tuiill they W\'il o1, I1111 I III Iiios·scl~lI ol' till· ~ilrlk'5 ('~Il,, ~llIiit Iiliii to i 01 I~t 111110 lrc tl~llls. 1Itch' (III'Sljlll nc lotlidll a '(ll-) IP' I toCC I'i51't ~o ho Ild~t oil trle I-t(.ll Ofr (lll1211, 11111 11112 Ij.ll~ll~l~l~d (I oIII(IjilliI oll ]"oI1ra 01)1 II 1.'d~l'cll. 't'1112 Il~lcot is iiiso (Ip, ICo

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RUPERTA. A ROMANCE. CHAPTER XVIII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 February 1914

RUPE R TA, A ROMANCE. By SIR WILLIAM MAGNAY, BART., Author of SThe Red Chancellor," " The Man'of the Hour," " The Fall of a Star," &e, OHAPTER XVIII. (Continued). With a deferential bow lio offered hi arm to Itilperta. Sho hesitatingly took it, and lie led her from the loom The masterful peremcptorine,-l o of hiir inshihstence wia so coaited will) tie good huniour of 11 franlii hospitality that p could not without ungraciousness K. withstood, so Ludovic, romltorting hiniself with tle rellection thait It pcrta and Minna would have a mluch needed re'\st, \wa, forced to accept, the delayl aid submit, to his host's delccrco. Tim Coulnt Ih?l the way to a fine aiquare dining-lihall, whereo a lixuriou. supper table had heen propored. The r0oon curiousily rollectled it's owner. Ir spite of its air of great refiluomtne there yet tceolnd l it luni ovtr it, 1a iulitle euggestion of brute h rouglth, ilmolost savagery. Upon theo solid oaken floor were strewit rupgs inad of the h-klis at ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LODGE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 February 1914

LODGE MEETING. A 1the1 meeting of the Loyal \iara. tall Latdies' l'..\.F.S'. 0odge, Sisel' .IMrs. L. Iishop presidedll , iasslsltet by Slsttr K "l.y , I'..1,., acting ' ). .1. ()ne c:|ldl ath ll t aIs inlltiated Iant instruel'll - ii by Itie V.1I., and Wi o prop"ositions lfor ie ilbtsihil tl'IWere received. The tlioge sitood( inI silence out of i r slpect to ': tlellparlted Sisterl, Mrs. (ill. chrlisl. Four dtolegates wre elecied ht join No. -1 i i Ir'rauging a piclnic, \ivy.., sisters Kaye, Aston, '.Tucker and lieynlolds. Thlie syllabus item for IicxtR lodge Iclt ling is a social reo niiion of old itt?euiiers, when we w?'sh 0to Se all lite old itl nI'(present members pre scelt. 'I'I istlrict lodges, including No. -I,; brlt?tlren, aire invited.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TIME TABLE. Footscray to Melbourne. (Flinder St. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 February 1914

TIME TABLE. lioolcravto Meloournc. (F'linder St. 5 28 a.m.-6 20-6 47 -6 59-7 6-7 18 7 30-7 36'--7 46--7 54-8 ra--8 8-8 202 8 24-8 40-9 5-9 36-9 46-10 2 io 38-10 57--11 40-12 7 p.m. 1231 I 4-1 26-1 45--I 57-2 14-2 28-2 49 3 9--3 31-3 52-4 8-4 40--5 2a--s5 o 5 20--5 33--5 51--5 59- 6 11-6 19-6 34 6 46-7 2-7 8*- 7 15-7 31-7 38 7 48-8 8-8 34-8 58-9 29--o 7 o10 37-10 57--rl 13-ril 34-11 59 -12 25. Saturday, anr usual to 10 57 a.m.-r I 39 12 2-126-2 20-12 24a-12 31-12 4 1 ro--r I--r 32--1 49--z 12--2 16--2 29--23 3 4-3 23-3 49-3 52-4 9-4 41-5 5 30-5 51--6 ro-6 .4-6 52-7 8'-7 7 30--7 37-8 8-8 32-8 58-9 29 ro 7-10 37--10 57-11 r3--r 28 It 30--I .15-11 59-12 13-12 25 hunday:.: 9 4.3-9 59 a.m, I2 59 p.m. 1 45 1 55-2 13-- 25-238--254-322-347 I .I-4 21-155-5 22-5 52-6 22-6 52 7 5 - 7 24-752-921-8 52-921-929 9 37-945-1o 5- ro 25-10 40-10 51, *Wcrrilcct1, SlrcnccrSt. aSpencer St., only. r- Fridays only, Train:, leave 0eclon 2 min. earlier, Var :eville 5 min., 'Villioný-town 20o min, ,,c!lh,, rre ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BARKLY STREET. SUGGESTED ANNUAL EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 February 1914

BARKLY STREET? SUGGESTED ANNUAL EXPENDI TUllE. Some monthb back correspondence passed bet\ceen the Footecray and BraybrQok Councils, regarding the mnaking of a through thoroughfare to Sunshine, and it was generally undoe stood thli the IFootscray a Council would set:. apart a sutn wherewith a shart lumight be made with this ueces sary work. However,. nothing has been attempted at this end, and the Braybrook Council have been enijuir ing wlhat the F'ootscray Council pro pose doing. .Lt Monday's meeting of the latter, body, Cr. .Johnson stated that' the aupper portion of lnrkly-street was in ia very aidl sttate. 'The council should unako a arti'L .by cu.tting down 'thll slreelt.from it given ]oint, and carry the metal forward. Tho.unorthern dud wtai one of the .most progressive parts of the district. Cr. 'DYonaltld said it was not mluch use going on Nw ith the work till the drainago scheilie was complete. Cr. Harris Ilought. the council had tractically given issurlauce to - do somneth...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 February 1914

THE POLICE COURT. .\ ,\t oi d y's C- ul'I. l.'Illll'les |T, II. G m ]lar chau'getl \\'illianu 11. Tonmlinson \viltl using iltnllulllg \olrds to i hin on the t1lth insI. .1r. 'l'acket ;la peatred ifI coipllllati l , lnti .\ir. SecOlolt for eltdendlauthl, \\ho adlllile(ld he charllige, t' mp lainant Stated that on Saturt" ta lli, the ill ll st., aluti 7 pill., he \;Is Illnill his frolt gate, wevh de fen i;i talue alon:g antd ltsled Int<lnguage 'nplllhttied of. D)tfl'nll. had soume drink, lbut ilS nut druniiIk. Cross e?alnin ted b li .i Seconlth, etnlplainli t aid Iha Toutlllnso llld oll'nce hleel his teaint. \\'itnews ha;d imade hiJ leave the Illise, billt lie hotre hihll to ill-will. Mr. Sec'uth: e lihas a grievance ag;linst you,ll, ll .you lovei hiu like at hrolher'.--.l love hin still. (La;ughterl'.) Mr11. Sce?ulb stlted that Toitlllinson used to be it telnant. of coupluhliut's, and when lie got under the Ilnliiouce of drink, imniagilne that his ex-laud lord had a grudge...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOWLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 February 1914

BOWLING NOTES. bast ';-Itrdayv livo rink, of 5tin shille hlo\\ers, Ilo~a d with theihr sue cess ill golin "through the oi?ltson in the '""' grade without, once lasting hel bittelrnessof tlefeat, thus qualify lug for the linals, visited the foot seranv green to oengage the locals In a. rleundly contest. But they proved no match for the more. experienced "ootscrayites. One or two of the visiting rhlks were particularly \vealk, and the fact that 'thoy were guests ?'ived them n3.t at all. . 11 l'or?e's rink put up the record score of (;.-, points to 11 against one rink, and a F'ootscray scratch folr, captainlled by President Mayall. vanquished inu tro. nonuced fashion the rink caltimited ii" Mr. Geo. 3'Kay, J. P. 'lTie other Faotscray rinks were :also well ahead, but the Sllnhiultts we'ire unllist?ayed. ulll averred thai Ihit had enj"yced the afternoon's sport illlluntel?ely. The "T'" lteam faced MI.C.t'. ,ii the tatter's ground ito Incaen short. allli substitlties. who are Ilemelrs 'f ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANGLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 February 1914

ANGLING, NOTES. The local club were oul, again last Saturday after the bream in the river, the trophy lished for being presonted by -Mr. J.. Otter. Fish were not too plentiful, Jloilg very much scattered qvor the river. At the weelk-end many paid a visit: down the bay,. to fish for tho "i'Uuniss" trophy, bu1 thlls, like the "Otter" trophy, was not. won; the nccessmnr' weight for weighing In not beinlg procured. The river presented a lively appear. anle last Saturday, iSllo'moin being, nuluerous, and it is with regret. that mil iy dp not. come along and joi - the local club, who have competitions. on every Saturday, and an enjoyable tinoe can be spent competing ,for At the club mooting, held at. Plough Ilotel, o, \ednesdhay iight, a good teal of tallk went on as to netting in the river, many of the anglers being cmlltleIut thatl it was anrried on to sonmu' extoent.l Ieports wore to haund of i?ooil fish being canuglt In tIhe Lerribee River. biroe1mmm pl'ovdling flair sport at: 1night,...

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ALLEGED HORSE STEALING. MAN AND WOMAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 February 1914

ALLEGED HORSE STEAL ING. MAN AND WOMAN COMMITTED FOR. TRIAL,. At the local court on Thursday, a young man named Sydney Trask, and a young woman named Cecilia Medley, were charged with stealing a hay mare, the property of David Anderson, on or about January 18. Sub-Inspector Westcott prosecuted, and Mr Levy appeared for the female accused. David Anderson, marine surveyor, living at Flemington, stated that the mare was his property. She had been put in a paddock at Wyndham nearly a year ago, and last saw her there on January 18th, between I and '1.15 p.m. He went to Geelong about the end of January and saw the mare there. Stewart Mclntosh, dealer, of Geelong, said both accused came to his place in Hope street, Geelong, on January 18th, and Trask hired a pony and jinker, and told him not to be alarmed if they were not back for two or three days as they were going to Torquay. They returned on the 22nd leading a mare behind the cart. Trask asked what she was worth and was told about £15 ...

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CATTLE DRIVING DURING PROHIBITED HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 February 1914

-COATTLE DRIVING DURING PROHIBITED HOURS. At the local court on Thursday, M. C, Whitehead, the city inspector, pro ceedcd agaanst Chas. Wall for driving cattloe through the streets of the city during prohibited hours on February 21st, Mr Secomh appeared for the inspector, and there was no appearance of the defendant, who sent a letter intimating his inability to be present and admitting the charge. The solicitor stated that a bye-law had been passed by the Borough of Footscrav in the year 1880, providing during what hours cattle should he driven through it's streets. The bye law set down between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. in the summer, which wns taken as lasting up till March. Defendant had driven 81 head of cattle through the streets about II a.m., and was liable to be fined 1l per head for them, He had been warned three times previously, and there was no excuse for him. Hector Suthberland, assistant inspec tor, stated that on February 21st, about 11,30 a.m., defendant was dri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 February 1914

SPECIAL ROTICU. C. FORGE, ANNUAL SUMM ER SALE OF GENERAL DRAPERY At the White House, Nicholson St., Footscray Where Unprecedented Bargains await you. And in addition we are offering io per cent. discount tor cash In 21 days: 3d. off 2/6 6d. off 5/- 9d. off 7/6 I/- off Io/- 2/- off 20/ Ba SKLY $T. ?g / SPECIAL DISPLAY OF Summer Shirts and Hats AT THE SMART HAT SHOP 0 0 0 Telephone : 209 FootsorayO NOTICE OF REMOVAL. The Misses CLARKE and SMITH, MILLINERS, Wish to notify that on and after January 27, their Business will be conducted in more commodious premises at r9 BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY where they will be able to make a Better Display of all the Latest Fashions and meet the convenience of patrons. - C. ,R- /.(v , . Men from War hips say-OLAUD SMITHl S houses can stand any test Yes, they are the best of Material and Workmaniship from solepiecc to chimney pot. Heautiful Seddon homes now builiing, f35 deposit, easy terms. Call and inspect. Railway Place, Sodden. Phone .iO Carl lYMess...

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