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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 March 1914

Tlhe Congregational Church aL Seddon celebrated their IIarvest thanksgiving services on Sunday last. The Rev. C, Brewer addressed the morning gather ing, and delivered al interesting address entitled "Our Food Supply." The even ing service was conducted by the Rev. ,I. W. Jones, superintendent of the Congregational Home Missions, who spoke very appropriately from the sub ject, " A HIasket of Summer Fruit." The choir rendered very effectively the anthem, " He shall feed His Flock like a Shepherd." The decorations were tastefully arranged by the ladies of the church. A social in connection with 'the Festival was held on last Monday evening. The Rev. Mr Jones presided, and an interesting programme was sub mitted, and the gifts disposed of.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. FIRST ELEVEN: A BRILLIANT FINISH. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 March 1914

CRICKET. Notes by "COVER POINT." FIIST ELEVEN: .A BRILLIANl FINISH. This miatch was continued last, Sa turday at. Williamstown, and the sea diders as they walked on to the tick were wondering if they wore going t< get a three or a four-point win, bul before the day was out their chanceo of winning wero dashed to the ground owing to the good and sound batting of F. Simmons and A. Johanson, whl put on 144 runs for the sixth wicket and carried the score froim 41 to 16E before Johanson was out I.h.w. to A .lills,' after making 7.1, and the score H runs behind Williainstown's score ol 173. The rotiring batsman batted in Iis betst yle, and was helped a good deal by F. Sinnnons' oxperience in checking his anxiety to hit. Seven bowlers had been tried to break the partnership, and it was tle best dis. I'ay given by the players since going on tho turf. 1. Simmons, who was now 54, was joined by W'. Leeds, and -with 2 added to the score Leeds was run out. (Soven for 167.) Three wick....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LODGES & SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 March 1914

LO1&'II?S $ SOCUIETIES, \t, t~hn Loyal "Warntnh Ladim' P.A.I'.S. met ing, Sister Mirs. .. Ilislhp, V.M.i, assisted by Sister Mrs. AMlilliethip, D.M., pr's.idad over n large att elinnlei oif nmii erlie tl visitors. One eandidaio was initiatd amnd in stlc rued by thle W.. and four propo sitions ri'c'iied. 'lThe sc''ritaryl's. hal antce- shI.nt, and audiiot's' ,report show. ed hie inanen ie ?iveryi satisfactory. The abovi and N.. -13 brethren troe holdiiig nli motor piinic on( the 21st, in sLant. Ioat leaves the Tloplkins strooit hridgn al 2 p.it. sharll p. 'The frijmdils and visilors w'ere ndnmiited to a soial evening and re-in -ion of cl i IItOllers. .' very pl't+inlit ilvnin'ig has spient, the folliving assisting :--Sisters f. r(etinwnod nlid lPLnt ro pe, al pialnofort diet: little Miss Tlr't in, i'eetilation. Mr. .Arill and lMr. Nvwhonl hath faliiord wtith a song, whi'l AMr. and Silter lis' Watford giave some gand grml ilOlphll slelction' . Dancing and gilelie wetre also he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 March 1914

IPECIAL NOTICES. See What Footscrag Offers To Bugers of GOOD Millinerg ! ! FORGE'S.----A Veritable " Mecca " for seekers after BETTER MILLINERY at Prices 'way below those of City, Chapel, or Smith Streets. Come, then, to Forge's Opening Display of Autumn Millinery. Here is assembled and tastefully displayed the newest, smartest, daintiest of creations. --Fashion's last word for the coming season. Come and See. An inspection will charm you, and places you under no obligation to purchase. Included in the showing are these: Smartest shapes and shades in Velvet, (Black, Tango, Royal, Cerise, Terra Cotta, &c.) trimmed F'eather Mounts. Straws and Felts in Modish Shapes, latest shades of Saxe, Cerise, Tango, .Navy, Cinnamon, &c. FORGE'S "THE WHITE HOUSE " NICHOLSON STREET FOOTSCRAY SEx rB KLY ST o SPECIAL ? DISPLAY º OF Summer Shirts and Hats AT THE /i II FI II I II 1 II I T VASPECIAL FahShirtons as offered byusHats AT THVLU - A TRIM. WILL CONVINCE.-- WA NN'AS Shoe Stores W...

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MAIDSTONE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 March 1914

.MAID 1)S'TONEI 1S1 OPi, IIC. A diputati.on fromin ithe lraybrook Shire Council, accompanied by Ai \VWin Studdl, (Pr ogress A,sociation), interviewed the Act ing Deputy Plostmaster-General last week re ltcter delivery at Maidstone. Mr J. lI. Ienton, I. P,, introduced Itic deputation and pointed ,uit thaat letters were not obta in able until the post office openeCd at 9 atlt. Cr Pennell and Mr \V. Studdl also spoke of the needs for a Ictter delivery, Mr Croshly (Acting D.P'.t.) in roply said that before a letter delivery could be ellected from the post illtice it must show a ruotrn of ,j2oo per anullll, andil too letters per iday. Con sideration would be given tot what had been said, shorthand notes of which had Ibeen made, but at presen. t could not 0give a ldeliii ite anstwer. It was reported at Monday's council meeting that two accounts had beeot. received -- one for tar sprayer at £178/0/6, and one for tar, £137/10/10, and they were passed for payment.

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A UNIQUE PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 March 1914

A UNIQUE PERFORMANCE. Thu Footserayv Protestant, Alliance . Glen Hill Alliance by an innings and 23 rilns, without the loss of a wicket. Ofien Hill, ,30 and 19 (Lloyd nine for 24. Cook four for 12, Cox ono for]). Glen Hill batted three men short. Footseray closed with no wick. ats for 72 (Hos io 40 .not out,. Shields 32 not out). The locals will play n somi-final on Saturday, 21st March. On Saturday last at P'rinces' Park, St. J.olhn's commenced their last match of the sctason, whten they met St. - Luko's (Fitzroy). 'The hotmo team hatted first and were all disposed ot .tor 7l), J. Gough five for 4.1, R. Gough three for 11, and J. Merry two for 22 securing the howling honors. St. John's lost tllree wickets for 70 heforo time was called (R. Gough 31, J. Gough 13, W. Parr 12 not out, and TI. Rogers 8). Mantch will he conclud ed to-day. St. George's, 66 (Mooro 16, T. Wat kins 18), v. St. John's (Moonee Vale), 51 (Brown three for 5, H. Watkins threo for 10, Sheppard two for 0, Finn one ...

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YARRAVILLE V. NORTH MELB. DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 March 1914

YARWRAVTLlE V. NORTH ?MEITB. DISTRICT. Lu.st h Saturday-.saw the finish of the last??.ndtch before the semi-finals, and as .a result of their flno;play through. out the season Yirrnavillo are third on the list, ready and willing to do ba.t tie in their effort to capture the pro inership pennant. The South.warders cane through their last match with Iouors easy. They looked beaten on the first day, and" with four wickets down for 24 on the second, looked hopelessly beaton; but a. fine stand itade by the veteran Goodwin and Davidson, in which the former's ad. vice to his partnor was invaluable, completely turned the tables and they wore both unconquered at the call of time. On resuming last Saturday North had seven down for 211, and were all out for 220. Goodwin, who bowled re mtarkably well, got two for 0 and miss. ed 'the hab trick by a fraction of frac. .tions and made his average for the match four for 47. while Beck, who got the other, finished lup with three for. 53. Goodwin, in ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 March 1914

RIFLE NOTES. BY "BULL'S EYE." F[oothcray club's shoot ]ast Satur day was 14 shots at 300 yards, for the fifth stago of the Cumning Shield. The only one to roach the possible was R. McKenry, 60, 4, 70. 'ino next best scores were: J. Mastertoun, 64, 3, 07; E. Gray, 59, 8, 67"; A. F. Polton, 56, 11, 67; Nor. McDonald, 62, 4, 66; J. II. Croploy, 60, 6, 60; J. N. lMcDon nld, 61, 4, 65; C. Moore, 57, 8; 65; J. H. Jackson, 64,.11, 65; J. Mc. Kenry, 58, 8, 61; P. Francis, 52, 12, 61: A. J. MoDonald. 58, 5, 63; R. Hagan, 56, 7, 63; G., McDonald, jun., 68, 4, 62; A. Henderson 54, 8, 62; J. Joint, 54,'8, 69: E. Ward, 53, 9, 62: L. Harrison, 55, -6, 61; W. Ken nedy, 55, 6, 61; and C. Upton. 53, 8, 61. The leg-in was won by R. Mc Koury, The two-shoot aggregate was won by J. ilastortoun, with P. Fran cis 2nd, and 0, Moore 3rd. 'lo-day's shoot is the 21 Union quar. terly matches for teamnns of five men each, matches for teams of fivo anon lowing teams will represent Footscray: No. ] tenm: J. N.',M...

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BOWLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 March 1914

BOWLING NOTES. NOTES. BY "JACK HIGH." The last pennant matches for the season were played by all those clubs who failed to qualify for the finals last Saturday. Amongst them is counted the Footscray club two teams. In the scond round tho A team, which did not win a gameo in the first round, put up a very creditable performance, win ning four out of six matches played, but even this did not lift them from the bottom of the list, though it made the season's performanco anything but discreditable. All through the need of more practice has boon evident. When men occupying responsiblo positions in thi various rinks can only manage to visit the green once a week, they can. not expect to be consistently success ful. Last Saturday the A team played Canterbury, the loeading team in the section, and at one time looked to have a big chance. At the fourteenth end, thanks to a long lead by Wintle at that stage, Footseray had a lead of 2, but they gradually dropped back. Botween the twentieth and...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"SPARKS." [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 March 1914

IP SARKS." Cr ,le«kin Exptl d/rom Labor League. Disbya o tLabor pledge alleged. h'cotby Into ?ting imnting laIt, Monday. p'rnoralip nmatcles in a foe weeks' timo/ i./ploymi <f t?hl? Colonial Amnmuni C { ('omnpany hold their annual picnic lay nt Mlntone. / I'l:DI',lA , I1.\.1, to ltl, inr concert-s 4i.iees, n,.ietin -. .e.c Apply to the ;nrita.l.n lr---A t - I'or heing drunk on Saturday night,' iL young man nan.mn.d li-ri.rain. Slhirplrw wnas lined 5;. at Montday's court.. On Werdnesday thei-r will he no iss imbly ot the Sunllowr Quiadrilltr Club owing to the hall hcing engaged. On Wednesday nxslt '1.. W. d A. Ilarris sell by aulction furniture, &r., at Donald street. W. Gallant and Co. notify an auction sale at the town hali oin 'thurday of a block of land in Castl.maine street. Misses Clark and Smith, milliners, announce that thty are making a show of early autumn millinery at l1t llarkly street. Monoy Inlt, illmnditately-'liilrnitiue, pianof, jiwellr.v, pro. nor...

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CRICKET. SEMI-FINAL MATCH. YARRAVILLE v SOUTH MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

CRICKET. - ·-4--b--- Notes by " COVER POINT," SEMI-llINAL MA''UH. YAItRAVILLE v SOUTH MELBOURNI Thore was poor scoring in the match between Yarraville and Soullh Melbourne Iootballets last Saturday and Yarravillc, although In a bad position when play end ed, consider their chance of winning good. Fortunately the match 'is to last for three days. Yarraville were sent to the wickets and South succeeded in dismissing them for 8o. Only three batsmen reached double figures, Mortimer being top-scorer with 28 not out. He was very lucky, being missed no fewer than three times. Inctld ad in his score were three 4's. Sutcliffl shaped well for 18, and Woods (who was Ibautifully caught at mid-off hy Turner) got. 13. Gray and Hiddtlstone bowled un changed throughout tho inunings, the former getting the bust average-six for 44, off I.1 overs. Hiddlestone also howled 1I4 overs, and got 3 for 31. IlHviiig dlimissctd their upponlents for suchl a small score, the I'oot ballers were c:nfidont. They we...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

FOOTBALL. ~- 4'------ Nolcs by "hArM. FORWARD." The carly cmmnemue'uenl tha!t the i.-, sociation is to manke this fortlicomiiuIg sea son will probably catch somie of the clhub' na[.pping and there is danger that tmaitchls will Ihe lost in the earliur stages tlhrn4ugh lack of ltnelcessary traiilillg. Just-I .t ntonth remalinls for players, to get lit Ior tIe stretIlt oni, ?anc aind to those who have taiken thilngs easy dulrinlg the suintlir ai month is none too much to train for cidititoi. II hehoves the locals tllerlbre to t ;al;e the i; ost ofttheir time and this sieason, at anly rate, should see as ianty of tte0 certtintic0. as plossible ill the prLactice mItatchtes. 'oot(l. ball is, ;tich yealr, beconllng lore ofI husiuess allnd the cIhb that wouldl he ,uc cr .sfull iltmist Ctllul'll t its ;lllairs Io buSiln litnes. T lls biigs 1110 hick to .1 sulggestiol, maic last year foi the butter contilrol of the game whilst it is in progress. ?eforte lthe advent of hou??dary umipires the c...

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RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

IFPL.E NOTN . IY "liUhl,'2 EYE." Footacray club speult .a verey enjoyal il day last Saturday. team shooting at boo and 700oo yards. Three Leamn entered for the 21 Union matches, the totals being A team 286 13 team 282, t;ull C, toeal 266, The best ,cores at 600 were pul up by J. Mlastertoun 34 and \V Kennedy 3.1, out of possible 35, T. Masterttun 32 and A. CO?ninR 32, and at 700 yds the best were C, Upton 32, C. Ilen deron 32' J. Masthrtoun 30, G. McDonald 32': To-day's shoot will tce 14 shots at 00oo for the 4th stage of the President's trophy; and the handicaps are J. J. astertotlln 2, 1. AlcKenry 2, R. Mclenry 2, Stevenson 2, G. McDonald 3, J. N. McDonald 3. A. J. Mc Donald 3, Nor. McDonald 3, T. Mastertoun 3, I.. lHarrison 3, Q. Tannock 4., C. Upton ., \V. Kenny 4, A. Cuming .1' i. Cropley 1, F. (tray 5, C. Henderson 5, R. t lagan 5, A. Macaulay 5, C, Moore 5, C. Smith 5, A. Pelton 7, G. McDl)onaldt snr. 7, A. Hender son 8, J. T. Jackson 8, rE, Ward 8, G. Hills 8, J. 13erlowitz ...

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BOWLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

BO1VJING NOTES. Nltes by ",inek lHigh." The pennant season being over Foots cray's A team enjoyed a friendly match against South Melbourne last Saturday and bowling well they managed to gain the ver dict. The scheduled match for the B team was off owing to their intended opponents having to compete in a semi-final match'. Sunshine players, who competed for the pennant this season for the first time, have done remarkably 'well. Wisely entering for the C section, they have so far gone through without losing a match. Last week they met Cheltenham in the first saint-final and won fairly comfortably, Tre wartha'sirink doing particularly well. The final between Sunshine and Princes Park takes place to-day. Though defeated on \Vednesday in the champion of champions competition H1-. C. Forge put up a line performance in gaining a place in the last eight, and defeated as he was by 21 to to, registered a great game against \V. WV. Stephens, vlho besides being this year's winner of the V.B.A. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

BIRT.'HI)DAY CELEBRA 2IOTN, At the invitation of cx-Couunmjsiocnr and Mrs. J Stewart a large party of resi dents assembled at the residence of the lady and gentleman named on last night week to assist at the celebration of the coming of age of their twin daughters, Misses Alftruda and Myrus Stewart: There was much dancing and singing, and considerable en joyment generally, not the least pleasurable leature being the supper in a largo marquee at the rear. at which some inter esting speeches were nelivered. The Rev i. 0. Knee, once well-known locally as the clergyman in charge of the Hyde street Methodist Church, proposed The Day we Celebrate, and, as he performed the cere mony of christening the girls in whose honor the function was arranged, he was particu larly fitted for the..l task. The reverend gentleman spoke of the Foolscray and the people he knew in it a score or so of years. ago, and interspersing his remarks with amusing annecdotes, concluding by asking the company to join ...

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RUPERTA. A ROMANCE. CHAPTER XX. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

SU PEF TA. A,. ROMANCE. BY Jir William Magnay, Bart., Author of The lied Chancellor," " The Man of the Hour," "The Fall of a Star," &o., &o, CHAPTER C X. (Continued). Omportz, who had all this time stood idlont, although keenly observant, now struck in. " Unldesr pardon, gracious lady, if I may be permitted a word, I would say that your offer is as handsome as it is unexpected. But before. we are free to bless our good genius we should have some surety that, the Count has not chosen an alluring bait to attract us into his stone trap." The lady flushed. "You may take or reject cmy offor," she returned haught ily. " Your doubts are perhaps natural enough, still I cannot undertake, to re move them." Site half turned away. Ludovie, with at nonitory gesture to his companion, took a step after her. "If we doubt," he protested gently, " it is, as you say, but natural, for we stave sosme experience, unhappily, of the Count's imethods and cunning. My coal rode is fearful but ...

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HELP YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

HELP YOUR TOWVN. .- -~ Talk abhout it. Write aboutI it,. IHelp to beautify it,. U1y Ill you can in it. Relmomber that by assisting trades men you help the plneo along, Keep your mtoucy in the place. Sell all you can and buy ajI you can at home. 'IThe men who have invested in stores, tiorkshops and other business places aio building up the town, and they should be supported.

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BON VOYAGE. SEND OFF TO CR A. A. HARRIS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

RON VO YA BE. SEtNID OFF TO CI A. A. IlAIIIS. For a period of six months the srat usual ly occupied by Cr A. A. Harris will be without its occupant. That councillor leaves Sydney to-day, per s.s. Tl'ahiti, on a trip during which business, pleasure and as scarch for renewed health will he as;sci ated and It hid hint God speecd his col leagues, at the invitation of the mayor (Cr T. I1. lirew) assembled in the mayor's recln after council business had elen dis posed of, on lMondany nighl last. There were also present by invitation ex-Crs II. 1E. Caldecolt and \\. Gallant, Messrs A,\. Secolb, .1. I. Fraser, \\'. Pearce, and officers of the council, ilhluding Dr. J. R. Webb, health-ollicer, who had just return ed fromn his holida,,s spent il New Zealand. The mayor hiltself picsided and with art ample supply of tempting creature cot - forts; with plea-,anti worded toastsi and with tokens of friend:hipl on every hand, ,1 pleasant hour or sie was spent. Ftor ionce nlone were for the partly a...

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AUTOMATIC EGG RECORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

AUTOMATIC EGG RECU(RIDER. The demand for reliable informa tion about the laying-time of "fresh" eggs has stirred the inven tive minds of hundreds of persons. The I:ltest method for furnishitng a guarantec of freshtness with eggs makes the hen herself register and stamp her eggs as they are laid. The device, which is patented by a Buffalo enthusiast, is an attachment fastened to the hen. \Vhen the egg is laid the marking, we are as sured, is recorded on the shell inm mediately I

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TIERNAN STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

1'IERNAN STREET. 'The. trohiles .n . properly 5wneru, in Tiernan street scem to weigh heavily on local councillors, and the council chamber was again invaded on Monday last by a number of rate payers from that thoroughfare. The Town Clerk was asked if any arrangements had been' made to re ceive a deputation on that evening; lie replied that he had no knowledge of the matter. Councillors, however, decided to hltei what the deputationists had to say, and asked them to state their case. This brought Cr, Jenkins to his feet' with the'remark "Is it necessary to publish to the world' the position of these people ? Could they not fix up the m atter with the Town Clerk ? What is the use of asking'a working man to put down (zo or £3o in a lump sum, they simply cannot'do it, I have had to pay off in instalments, and we should grant these people terms." Cr.Shillabedr--I consider that if any of these people are in a position to pay they should do so, If there are any who' are not, then this cou...

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