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BUILDING REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

BUL/JiDlNG RE'GULA TIONS.; The building regulations -were further considered, generally in an informal manner, on Monday last, at the meeting of the Footscray council, Cr Pearce moved that verandahs be not less'than 8 feet 6 ins. high in Nicholson, Barkly, Hopkins, Paisley, and Leeds streets, Footscray, and Anderson aud Ballarat streets and Somerville road, Yarrlaville. Cr Shillabeer said they should have a-design of the type used by the Melbourne City Council. Ver andahs should be of a given height and design throughout. The surveyor was instructed to submit a suitable design. On the question of hoardings in the main thoroughfares it,was sug gested that they be erected at least 15 feet back from the path. Cr Shillabeer said he noted that there was an, inclination by. some people to let vacant land for hoard ing purposes so that they might pay their rates from it. Cr Jenkins --Quite right. tpo. Does this new regulation mean that. they have to go back 15 feet for any new hoardings er...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CARLS MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

CARLS MISTAKE. Carl and his Uncle John were walking through the woods one day when they met a snail. They stop ped to watch it, and Uncle John told Carl how the snail carried its house right on its back, so, if anything caime along that startled it, it could just slip back into its home and be safe. Andl then the snail moves so slow ly that. if it didn't have its house with it, it could never go anywhere and get home the same day. Carl thought that was very interesting. I-low nice it was to go as far as one ,liked and have your home right there! How often he and his little dog Rex had gone rambling over the town until they were both so tired it seemed as though they couldn't get home again. He thought about it for some time. Of course, it was out of the question for himh to carry his home about with him, but was there any real reason why Rex couldn't have his? His home was just a basket with a cushion in it. , It wasn't very heavy, and Carl was sure if lid tied it on well it would b...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

SPECIAL NOTICES. DENTIST T. Gough IIAS IA., ° ..REMFOVEDI TO ---Corner of Hopkins & Nicholson Sts. (0% or Shaw s, Gtocora. VMr. J. I.. GOPPLESTONE (Ree. by )Dental Iloard of Vic.) DEN ['Al PRI ACTITIONER. i17 BARKLY STREET (Past IHooprs) P. E. SAINSBURY, L. D. S. By I:xaims. AMelb. Universit Dental Surgeon 3 Leeds Street, Footscray. iGOLD INLAY'S, CROWNS, BRI DGES, & W. G. SHEPHERD, CA I EIiRER, "lRoseville," 85. Paisley Street, Footscray. ((rookery and Catering Recruisitcs on hire. Tenders for Wedding 3Breakfasts, B3anuets, Suoials,Garden P'arties, Pionica, Snmoki N ighta to. Up -tn.dato, Yiaut. Bhat rcolumeldationo. T?nders any district. Plone, 278 FoIotacray. 4 -----.--. . .. . . . . . . . SHAVINGS G I V E N A \AY, Suitable (or Horse Becdding. Shaw's Chair Factory, Pilgrim Stiect, \Vest Foot scray. WHY PAY RENT \Vhcn yoi cut 'BUY A HOUSE On Easy Terms in any pa;t of thf dittrct, or [an}y, u urb, for Small Deposit and the Balance as rent from E. A. WEILAND Builder ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALLEGED SAVAGE ASSAULT. A VICTORIA STREET FRACAS. GAME OF CARDS STARTS TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

ALLEGED SA VA GE 'ASSAULT. AVICTORIA STREET F kAC\S. GAME OF CARDS STARTS TRO11.BL1. The local court waas rowded on Monday, when interest was cen tred around the caset in which a young man named Robel t Kelly Duke charged Hlerbert Lowe, Frank Parsons and Arthur Ilenrv Gum mow, with, in company, untlawfully assaulting him on Mlarch toth. MIr Levy appeared for informant and Mr Secomb for the three accused young men, who each pleaded not guilty. Mr Levy, in opening, said the evi dence would disclose one of the most cowardly and brutal attacks, .if not attempts to murder, that had ever taken place, not only in Footscray, but in Victoria or Australia. If he had made out the summons it would have been a different charge and much more serious. On the night of the loth inst. informant. was in the Victoria Hotel. IHe was asked to play cards, and accepted. Gum mow apparently had a bet on the game and started to interfere and a ) I s toldi not to. A little. later in-. n iforinint-'vwint. to th...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

BEREAVEMENT CARDS. Mrs I. lKoaruey, Mrs H. Mitchell, Mire U3B non .desire to return sanceor thanks for kind expreasions of sympathy in their recent nad bercavement. Railway Hotel, Nicholson street, Footscray. SIBEATHS. HOUGHTON. -On the 17th March, 1911, at his residence, No, 23 Buckley street, Vootscray, Rapieal, the dearly beloved husband of Annie HoIughton, and loving father of May and Ivy, and loving brother of Mrs E. '1 yack, Mrs Uo!locott, Elizabeth, fMr Kinsman, John, James and Alfred Holghton, late of Clunes. Aged I15 years. SHEPIIIlHDI.--On l!thl March, at his Into reaidonue, 'J Tiniguo street, Seddon, after a short illness, Edward Rubury, dearly be loved lhnband of Mary SIlphord, and lov ing father otf Mrs . W\. lu.nglish, C',>w ,por street, F'outteray. Age 7-1 years. Iccpisone : 51 Toolscray. He advertiser. PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN, Footacray, Saturday, March 21, 1914.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RACING. Tips by "IMP." [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

i!. IN (G. - -4------. Tips hy " IMP," :.lIMN 1-.I. V, A .Ali '.AV - *' Ih stil lant 1 (rmwid , or .ilk. lal.,h HIigh Wrior hi. ld 1. i' or m r, Wcite ri'-irr -rcamm is . 'Ariir i41

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

A record that the council Pan claim to hpid with oase is its record for lnto sittings. Mooting aft ecng ting is al lowed to draI itsolf wearily along townrd miduight, and the worst'of it nil is that, for tio last two yen-rs, at any rato, pranolticly nothing of itm poIrtnnco lhas boon done. - Ratepnyers ran sonrch their momories to lidt any thing likely to:'onhannco Footscray's r'ogres or pubilio convenfence that ha Iolon introduced by the council, but wiill iave no liffioulty in remelbering tho numberloss postpononemnts of mat tors that might bh regaruied ns.of imn portnnco. Tt would appear, to road of the doings of the council, that there was inlflficient time at councillors' dis posal to got 'trough tilo hbuinoss, mind lulrprising as this may seem it is til truth. Tho apparent' contradiction is explained by tho fact that, too much tinimo is wasted, not, only in useless tnalk and(1 aggravating riterntion -but through tlhe conduct of- business, on offoto lines. A reform of Intlhods ...

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

The Annual Mlcttinig of th, Inch pendentl Order of Rftchitil.e, was hlhil Inst, woek at Itallarat. 'The Ipuhlic events in connrotion with the ev'mnt began oil Sunday, when a argI; nuimhr of lthe Ililliariit ulll , wr' o cuf('tled by prominint mi-ber o? ' the (iller. ' The repjort 1suhmiLted to the Annual ('onfler ncea retl.reld to .h f'act Ihatl. il'.y years agio sixteen Tenl.. a 'were represent d1I, with a lltml bnuinic'erhipi of 185. The Tents n? l, aidultL and junior, t.otal nearly 5i?l0). TIhe totail benlefit. members, iluding :17 in arrears now 18, 123 uedicatl benllecli and hoioilary I(891, iind junior imembers 721t, niking the totaltl st'renlgthl iin Victlori i 3?,2)9. 'Phei fulnds increaised by .£17,051 during the year, making the total .£3251.!)70. The total incrensie of membership in all 'clsnses, 1857, is af recorid achievllement for the Order in Victoria.

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TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

TIME TABLE. Flootscravto Meljomrnc. (Minder SI. 5 28a.m,--6 20-6 47 -6 5--7 6-7 18 7 30-7 36'--746 -7 54--8 ra--8 8-8 2na 8 24-8 40-9 5-9 36-0 46--r 2- ro1 38-o10 57- 40-12 7 p.m. r 31 14-1 26-1 45-r 57-2 r4-2 28-2 49 3 9--3 31-3 52-4 8-4 40-5 2a--5 1o 52 0-5.3.3-'5 51r-5 59- 6 t1-6 19-634 6 46-7 2-7 8'-- 7 15 -7 31-7 38 7 48-8 8-8 34-8 58-9 29-10o 7 ro 37-10 57--rI 13r--r 34-11rr 59 -12 25. Saturdays a', u-:ual to 1o 57 a.m.--I 39 122-126-1220-12 24a--12 .31-124 1 10o-I 19--1 32 -1 49--21 2-2 16. 229--2 3 4-3 23-3 49'--.3 52-4 9-4 41-5 5 30-5 5r--6 10-6 .4-6 52-7 8'-7 7 30--7 37-8 8-8 32-8 58-9 29 to 7-10 37- o10 57-11 13-11 28- wi 36-11 .45-11 59-12 13-1225 I .1'. '1undays: 9 43- 9 59 a.m. 12 59 p.11n 1 15 1 55-2 r3-- 25-2 38-2 54-3 22- 3 47 I I- -4 21-355--'; 42--5 52-6 22-6 52 7 5-724--752-321-852-921-929 - 9 37-945---o 5---.to 25--1 40-10 51. 'Wecrrihcr to Spcnc:r;;l. a Spenccr SL., only. I Friday:, only, Trains lave -cchhln 2 nn. e.arlier, Var raivlic 5 min., XVillixmano :,wn ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

latic liw t, atrick Dressmaker and Costu miere. 102 Cowper Street, Footscray. C,:tumaw a Specility ----Fit and Style ;uaraltcced.-- ON NATURE'S LINES 0I Beecham's Pills perform their healthful work-gently, P soothingly, yet withal thoroughly, until the whole @ system is benefited. Being perfectly safe for young i 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 1 stomach, sluggish liver or irregular action of the P bowels than Beecham's Pills S 9Sold cverywhere in boxue, prics 1id (36 pUls) 1/I) (56 pills) & 2/9 (168 pills). WIP WEPUEREEEEMMEEMan EUROPEAN AGENCY. INDENTS promptly executed at Lowael Cash Prices for all kinds British sad Continental Goods, including Books and Stationery, Boots, Shoes and Leather, Chemicals and Druggists' Sundries, China, Earthenware and Glasswre, Cycles, Motors and Accessories, Drapery, Millinery and Piece Goods, Fancy Goods and Perf...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GARDEN NOTES. THE FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

(A It ?JY .OTES. By MR ED. GRAY. THE FLOWER GARDEN. The weeds are now making active growth, and no time should be lost in getting rid of them before they have time to grow strong. The roots or sorrel, if taken out of the ground at this season, should not be allowetd to lie on the surface as they will again take root and - grow. The present is a good time to commlence the sowing of hardy atnI5als.indl," open gcuiold, anll these will come up with the next rains, and make good strong plants to stand the \Vinter and flower early in Spring. Seeds of most of these should be sown thinly where they are to remain, and when they are well above ground, if too thick, they should he thinned out to enable them to become sturdy. Plants that are allowed to stand too thickly in the seed beds soon become drawn and useless. The following specits of hardy annuals may be sown now :- Poppies, Larkspurs, Candytuft, Godetia, Clarkia, -uch aridium, Virginian Stock, Nemophila Sweet Peas (both the tall and dw...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

FOR RELIABLE FOOTWEAR Visit SWANN' The Leading Shoe Stores In the District. SWANN'S CORNER, FOOTSCRAY. Phone Footscray 235J. Also at 170 Swan St., Richmond. Phone Windsor 1892. THE TEST OF TIME. THAT PUNSHONS first sold IT WAS IN Fancy Goods in Footscray. 1 8 6 0 Since then shops have been S ° opened and have closed again ; rivals have come and have S gone. r" Th ir Poit, es.'ha.va beei. u 9slelo,; -. \ ' S their patterns have been copied; their displays have been imitated, but their quality has never been equalled, their values have never been approached ; their tone hau never even been threatened. SPUNSHONS is still the old And Now In roliable Piuushons, after 53 1 91 years (and spite orI 53 S mostly dead rivals) im measurably the best. The most, at tractive and (Quality considered) the cheapest shop inl Footscray. 141-3 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. lie has a Ch...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BARKLY STEET METHODISTS. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

BA RLY STEE'T IMETHODISTS. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. The first anniversary of the above church was held on Sunday and Monday when special services were conducted by the Rev. E. Tonkin and T. C. Rentoul and Mr.G,. lunt er, of Clifton HIill, A newly formed choir, under the baton. of "Mr J. Mahaffy, rendered special anthems during the day. Solos were rendered in the afternoon by Mr Appleton and in the evening by -Mrs Burrs and Mr- Wynne Jones.., The organ ist for thecday was Mr J. Gawne, of Newport. The congregations at each 'service were good, at night the church being quite filled. As the harvest thanks giving was included the church was suitably decorated with corn -and greenery,' also' a good "display was made of fruit, vegetables, bread, etc. At the ovening service a golden offering was received. The proceeds for the day amounted to over ,7. On Monday a tea and concert was held, about 60 people sat down to the well spread tables, presided over by the ladies of the church. , After tea ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VEGETABLE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

THE VEGETABLE GARDEN. Clear away all useless rubbish aiid dig up vacant ground whether want ed for present planting,or not., If allowed to 'lie roughly turned- up through the winter it will be in ex cellent condition for Spring planting. ,Prepare seed .beds and: sow any of the following seeds to provide plants for putting out :in early spring : Cabbages, Enfield Market," Early York, or any of the conical headed early varieties, Onions, White Queen or', Silverton. for early , use, Early Golden Globe or Brown Spanish to come in a little later. For "Spring Onions" sow aky varieties thickly in a bed of rich soil to be pulled as re quired for use.' Lettuce sown now will 'give plants for early planting in spring.' Radishes sown now will be lit for. use,.before winter. Early Horn carrots may also be sown, but they will not attain a large size. Plant out the latest crop of celery and keep growing plants well sup. plied with water. It will not be necessary to water tomatoes again this season...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATTERS FEMININE. SOME GOOD RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

MA'JT..LTS F .EMI NINE. SOMlE? GOOD RULES. Some of the primary beauty rulee recommencded by an auhlority on beautly are the following: To succeed in kccping a youhliful contour of face soo that the line of the jaw re mains as thin as a knife edge. Should the nose look red, use hot compresses on it. BLathe the eyes to kcop them bril liant, using a small eye-cup for the purpose, and plain water in it. To avoid a double chin, sleep with the head low. To refresh a dry and withered skin. bathe it in water as warm as can be .endured. Criticise yourself severely in the looking glass, and when it tells you that. you are not looking well, take immediate rest. Worry causes the Akin to wither and produces finue wrinkles. Culti vato a cheerful disposition, and, try and look on the bright side of life. Happiness is a great wrinkle banish er, and if circumstances are not, as .you would wish them to he, it is necessary to cultivate a philosophy which brings in the sunshine in spite of overwhelming...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEIGHTS AND SCALES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

I I'EL (HTS A 1VY. SCIALLS. 1i.oc itnnt wudn we: gi;: i aiht,, in (hgqi o,: ,.icn e . le llowi'g: wcIC Ierfore (lie I,.,ii court uii Tliursday, and fined:... A. I) cikie 2%6 with 2/6 cost'; Rout. Angus, 10f with :t/(, uat1; Chiarles Frith, 5/ with 2/6 .oi,;,,: Aitnjc 13rod,, 10/ with 216 coats 2. Iladcl, 20/ with 2/6 colts; G. Edwards 11 with 2/6 c osf, - D. Arblastcr, 2/6 with 2/6 cost; 1. Oco~rnuaiu; 10/ with 2/6 costs; alnd for having, icales that rectstered flour draims light. Kair Gray and Thorna Bell wee cacti fined 1()/ withi 2/6 costs.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOXIOUS TRADES. THE MELBOURNE COUNCIL TAKES ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

NUXIOUS TRADES. THE MELBOURNE COUNCIL TAKES ACTION., At Thursdays court Alfred Curtis, health inspector to the Melbourne City Council, proceeded against Henry Reynolds James. for that as occupier of premises situated in Dynonfroad, West Melbourne, he, on February 6th; and March 4th, did carry on the business that was a nuisance to the public, Mr WVoods appeared for the City Couicil- to prosecute. Alfred F. Curtis, city inspector, . -.stated"that with :'Dr:- Sinclair, hlie visited the defendant's. premises'on February 6th.' He approached fromi the south side and noticed an offen sive smell which was intensilied: when. he went round to the "'orth side, On entering lie found waste animal matter and wiste tallow lying, about. The cover of the digestor was not screwxed down properly. Outside the premises the pitched floor was covered with tallow, and in a shed used for salting and drying horse hides there was no proper drainage. Waste matter drained straight into river. Similar condi tio...

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SOCCER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

SOVUCERI. The Foolscray British Association Foot hall Club is to be known this season as the Northumberland and Durham United and will play on a new ground,' viz., at the foot of the Footscray Park. It is hoped that this season will prove very successful and would-be players are invited to com municate with the secretary, Mr R. Mar tin, 21t1 Nicholson street, or to turn up on h?r, glround this afternoon, wh;al nost of the old players will he pre: eri. .It is ho?pnc to have .t preliminary rub with the haill Shortly i piractise mnatcli wl he ai-rmred ill ordier ho lnake a final cho:c ,. ,.1f the firt cleven (cr' the opcnint; matchl.. Thecluh is not confined to playe.r fromn Northu:n lam anld )lurhalm , hilt is o et 1s a!l, ic li a 1ci-ly /I lcom1e will he c. Icadci al i o in , who ,,;ll tim, a tllli , s: ,: i : .I . n the 'Ih In11 i". rtunn ing It ý W 1 {ý.n1,

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FOR YOUNG FOLKS. FULL ALL ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

I.' I, YOUNG FOLKS. FULL ALL RO'ND. Little Phyllis had been to a party, and during the ovening had dis posed ,of quite a large quantity of good things provided by a thought ful hostess. When the guests were leaving for home her hostess said: "Now, Phyllis, have some more nauts and apples ?" "No, .thank you," replied Phyl lis, "I'm full." "Wo!el,.just take somo fruit in yur pocket, then " suggested the kindly lady. "I can't," was the reply, "my pockets are full too."

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A WATCH TIP [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 March 1914

A WATCH TIP Most people who carry a watch about with them will, if they do not use the hunter variety, have had the misfortune to break thie glass, and accidents have a way of hap pening when least desirable. Put ting the watch in one's pocket without a glass stands for probable damage to the r-gers, no matter how solid the resolve to rmeemiber the damage w\hen pulling the watch out. Our tip is, having removed all fragments of broken glass, to place a piece of thin tissue paper loosely over the face of the wat'ch, then close the rim firmly down upon the tissue paper, as shown in our inset. This \will enstire a certain degree of safety till such time as the watch glass can be rpolaced.

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