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DISCHARGED. WOMAN ACQUITTED OF ATTEMPTED MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 April 1914

DISCHA RGED' WOMAN AC(QtlITTl'D 01,' Al'IENl,]' TED MURDER. Tl'he " star picture " at.. •'ootscray court on h'l'hirsday, wasi the L riaj of Ruby Costelloe, a middle-aged woman,' on a charge of shooting at John 1rehi eny, with intent to murder and its presentation attracted a large land in terested audience. The presiding jius ices were Messrs W. M itchell and \V. II. Fielding and Dr C. I. McCarthy, Js.P., Sub-Inspector Slaw proisecuted. Mr R idgeway appeared fur the accus ed woman, and Mr Doris wa.s present on behalf of the princilpal wiltness. John Breheny. The proceedings were somewhat Ire miarkaHhle. Usually in such cases hon orary justices are content to simply hear the evidence submittedl by the Crown and to then commit the accused person for trial hut in this case the prosecuting officer had hardly entered upon his opening statement before the chairman indirectly and laiter with more directness, intimated that as Breheny had knockedl the woman's hand up as she pointed the revo...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRIVATE HOSPITALS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 April 1914

PRIVATE HOSPI TALS. 'When an application was read at Monday's council meeting for regis. tration of premises as a private hospital, Cr Shillabeer said lie would like to know the number ot private hospitals in the district at the pres ent time. It appeared to him that the place was over-run with unsuit able places. Cr Johnson remarked that he was surprised to hear Cr Shillabeer make such a statement. "He says he knows a number of places that are unsuit able; let him name one (Said Cr. Johnson). All these places are rigor ously inspected by our offiiers." Cr Shillabcer said in mIany parts of Melbourne and suburbs there were many buildilngs totally unsuit able for the purpose used. Mr \WhItchead, city inspector, said in reply to questions put by the Mayor (Cr Drew), that every place for which an application was re ceived for registration as a private hospital was thoroughly inspected by the health officer and himself. They saw that the rooms were large enouglh, ventilation good, and dr...

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COUNCIL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 April 1914

(CO UArUlL NOTES. Cr McDonald was the only absen tee from the meeting of the Footes cray council on Monday, with the exception of Cr Hlarris on tour. The business transacted was of a routine character, the bulk of tile time being expended on an inlormal discussion regarding tile suggestion of the electrical superintendent that the tender of the Australian General Company, though not the lowest, be accepted for supply of 360 I[.V.A. transfornler. The following is an epitome of tile correspondence dealt with:-- Thi 1,,mn:cipa! :\ ?ctiiu:c\ ut k ik. turia desired a copy of any motions which the council wished to have considered at the next annual session. On the motion of Cr Shillabeer this was referred to the Public Worlks committee. The I-Iealth Department wrote re erection of the engineers' shop at the Imperial Freezing Works and noti fying that the Board had no objec tion providing it was in accordance with the plans submitted. The Metropolitan Board forwarded copies of report on s...

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POLICE QUARTERS AT YARRAVILLE. SAID TO BE UNSUITABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 April 1914

POLICE QUARTERIS AT YArRRA VJLLE. SAID TO BE UNSUITABLE, Cr Fielding at Monday's meeting of the Footscray council remarked that some better arrangement should Ie made by the authoritics for the police quartered at Yarraville, and he moved that a letter be sent to the Chief-Secretary asking that new quarters might be erected on a site near the old post office, Cr Shillabeer-And that the at tention of the member for the Upper House be drawn to it. The motion was agreed to,

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LIGHTING FOOTSCRAY WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 April 1914

LJGHTING FOOTSCRAY WHARF. Reporting on a request fronm the Melbourne Harbor Trust as to the cost ol lighting their lamps on the Footscray wharf, the electrical super intendent submitted the following report at Monday's council meeting: "I recommend that for lighting wharf along the river a charge of 6d per unit for maximum demand for 45 hours per month be made, and 2d per unit for the remaining energy consumed,' which means a cost to the 'Crust of X3o/5/ per annum for lighting two 0oo c.p. lamps, and seven 50 c.p, lamps for a period of 2 hours per night." Cr Shillabeer-I do not believe in these differential rates. Cr Drew--I think a difference should be made. Cr Shillabeer-All right go on. I'm against it. Mr Carmody-This gives us a profit, Cr Shillabeer. Cr Shillabeer-So do I. I give you a profit. The recommendation was agreed to.

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LODGES & SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 April 1914

LODGES & SOUIETIES. The Loyal \Varatah Iodge I'.A.I'.S. held their fortnightly meeting on Thurs day of last week. Sister Mrs Bishop, W.M., assisted by sister Mrs Mitlicrapp, D.M., presided over a good attendance of members and visitors from Clifton Hill ladies' P.A.F.S. lodge. Two can didates were initiated and instructed by the W.M. and one proposition was re ceived. An invitation to the Clifton Hill ladies' anniversary was accepted, also to No. .13 brethren. Dancing to the strains of the band, was greatly enjoyed, refreshments were partaken of and an enjoyable evening wvas the result. Next lodge night "Quoit Competition. " At the'usual fortnightly mieeting of the Footscray branch A.W.A., held on April 17th, president, Miss Rogers, in the-chair, three propositions for menm bership were received and three new members elected and welcomed by the president. Miss Bryant's syllabus Item a " Florin Night" has been held over till next meeting.

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SILVER WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 April 1914

.SILVER WEDDING. On the itth inet., in St, John's hall, Mr and MIrs Bright, of \VWest Footscray, entcr taincd between 50 and So60 guests, the occa sion being the celebration of their silvcr wedding, A very enjoyable evening was spent. A. first-class musical programnm, was given. the following contributing: Sunslhine and Rain, Mrs Jones; Thora, Mr MIann; Battle Eve (duct), Messrs E Bright and Mr A, Johnston; duct, l.ittlc Grey Hbmo in the \Vcst, Miss Mason and Mhr E. Bright, who responded to an encore Stars of the Summer Night; male quartettc, Mes srs. Hodges, Flowers, R. Bright and Ilann, Oft When Eve (encored) and In Absence. The guests were entertained at sapper after which the toast of the King and Host and Hostess was proposed by Re\v. J. T'. Baglin who wished for them many years of happi ness and prosperity. Mlr E. Bright respon ded. The toast of the nmembers of the family was proposed by Rev E. Tonkii, re plied to by MIr E. Bright; and the I;adics, by Mr 3. McKellar, Mir A. Jo...

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THISTLE CLUB CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 April 1914

THISTLE CLUB COAvUERT. --,-- The Footscray Scottish Thistle Club held their usual monthly concert in the Royal Hall last Wednesday week., There was a large attendance of mem bers and frrends. The president (Bro I. Storie) was piped to the stage where he extended a welcome to all. Master Harry Beeson danced the Sword dance and Sailors' Hornpipe in a masterly manner and was loudly applauded. Miss Dorothy Humphrey sang "My Ain Folk, " to which she had to respond. In the second half she sang " The dear Home Land" and was loudly applauded. Mr Alf. C. Bishop was in grand form. He sane "Hymns of the old Church Choir ' and as an encore " Kings of the Road. " He also sang "Will o' the Wisp. " Miss Jessie Cronmb, a very talented contralto singer, sang " Auld Robin Gray, " as an encore " Parted. " In the second part she contributed "'The Lilac Sunbonnet, " Mr Ben Hobby, who has a line tenor voice, sang " Scotland Yet " and as an encore "I'll sing Thee a song of Araby" & "It is na Jean....

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To the Editor "The Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 April 1914

To the Editor "The Advertiser." Sir,-With regard to this very sue cessful concert in aidcof the Footscray Ladies' Benevolent Society, we crave your indulgence to' allow us to render thanks. All the artists who appearedi gave-their services gratuitously,; sounm to their own great inconvenience. We tender our sincere thanks 'to the ladies and gentlemen who appeared on the stage and also to those who acted as doorkeepers, ushers, etc. We feel as sured that they will need no further thanks than to know that the society will benefit to the extent of from £35 to £40. Our thanks are also due to the local press in giving publicity to the function. Thankingyou in anticipation. Yours faithfully, ,1. L. COIrPLESTON,li Hon. Tres. H. L. YEwmIs, Hon. Sec.

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ORANGE BLOSSOM. PINCHEN—DAVIES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 April 1914

ORANGE BLOSSOM. PINCHEN-DAVIRES. (I )In of the prctticist wedvcdings cvcr hcld in a\'rravillc vas celcbralcedl in the Yarravillc Presbyterian Church on WVcducsuday, April Sth, between Nellie Maud Davies, daugihlter ol Mr aid Mrs \Valtcr Davics, of"Chester" Somerville road, Yarravilla, and Mr I'. . Clarence Pinchen, eldest :,ilO of MIr and Mrs:, Marl; Pilliciih, of " Clarc:ncedcan," FBurn, 'trcet, }atrra-vilt. 'The olllAtiliig Clergy I1lll w,\s lie liec. \V. I.. liRycas. TIhe church \vra prettily decorated for the ncc?.iioii y fricnlt: of the bride. Aroniig the lctoratiolns were tolr btriial hells clripoil \villth while ribbol l iliul itlr ,larcllhes. lr Hell Coinntell played Ihe \wcddinig march ,tanld Ihe hylnns IsI connctiion withli the eCr vice. rhc Ibritdc. who ivt: givt1ie away by her father, wavs prettily attired ill a haud. :-ollnc slill t llr?; lr illlIr t ed withl hadlldsoI le, late ;lld pearl trimlllings, ait long cootl traiil, tillmned with orange blossaoms, a hliad?oniite...

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HOTEL ASSAULT. A LENIENT VIEW OF THE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 April 1914

HOTEL ASS'i U! T. A LENIENT VIEW OF THE CASE. Evidence p1ointing to a very seriolis assault was given in a case at Thurs day's court in which lames F'lahive, a fresh-faced young man, .was charged with unlawfully assaulting one 'T'homas Heline, in the bar passage of the Bel gravia Hotel on last Saturday evening. Sub-Inspector Shaw prosecuted and Mr Secomb appeared for the defeinc,. Thomas H-nlinr, whos. l'ace was swathed with bandages, aind gave his evidence with apparent reluctances, ?id he was at the Federal hall on the previ ous Saturday night and during the in terval went to the lelgravia hotel. Accused asked witness if he was work ing and on learning that he was said he was a lucky man. \Witness went out, accused followed him and struck hinm. Witness rushed into the side passage. Defendant followed him in but witness did not remember much more about it. HIe sustained a severe cut ovel the eye into which stitches were inserted. To Mr Secomb-- 'There had been a little unpleasantne...

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BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 April 1914

RO110 YSCO UTS. TIhe FLootscray Troop of Boy Scouts under Scout-master R. W. FHuxtable, is still going along steadily. The class es at present are hand practice twice a weekl and telegraphy once a week. 'T'he hand is now in the hands of Mr W. Hutchinson, a player in the 1'ootseray Brass Band. Mr llutchinson has had a number of smrnall hands hoth in Vic toria and Ta'smania ;tndl undelor his lead the boys shouldl make great strides. Mr lMaloney who is conducting the tele graphy class has had wide esperiencesC in the work antd he hopes to build with the Iboys, hiis own wircless plant. The troop, are holding a week end camnlp from the 25th to the 27th of April, and all boys who intend going are to meet at Sclout Hall at 1-8) I).m. on Sa;turday MUNICIPAL RATING'. At Monday's mceeting of the Foots cray council Cr Pearce said he wish ed to give notice of motion that the council write to Mr Watt, the premier, asking to have the Bill making it optional for councils to carry out their system ...

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BOWLERS' TRIP. AN ENJOYABLE OUTING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 April 1914

BOWLERS' TRIP. AN ENJOYABIIE OUTING. It' Ra.rst.eti. A IImerrly partly of bowlers left by lthe 1iut ligo ..petat on 'rhu-;day week for a ioiihibich trip to Cait.lcnmaine, flejdigo, Is yllton andi Dayla:yot-fd. rllI. firt - top rin pir. e WdS Ca,,llctt iiaie aiid tfic eatily \v.1-, .iaciotliitol fatis at 1thc Cotflcc. Palace .di Iic Council Cl ib Ilotil.. Il Iite cvcniiui -evcrls I .t-Inmhlert of tihe party vti-tied f Ihi ilii;ial fhuit afil ttos ei" -lhow tt.il .i vet y iii.c on it v.as -.tlnd tlin:e . iet Mr tiphiiaii, tic recently ap pitull - cuialor of th. Cistlithin le garidtes, who I: wetil-khooiit to Footscray hiorticul Inurall:t.. An introductioni to thic iliavor, Cr. Cornisl, and a show round the variours etlltbits waas much appreciated. On the morning of Good.Friday thec Cl.tlcniainc gardens were visited. Sonic fine specienli trees are tIere seen and Ihere ,ar aleo Inp to-date bIaths. Meeting thie uaretaker lie reltnarked, We have fint Iath:s ihere, gentleeien," and then "A...

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ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 April 1914

ROWYIINGJ. The members of the Footscray and Rssendon Rowing Clubs held fouroared races on the local course last Saturday, twelve crews; faced the starter and some capital racing was witncssed the final re. sult bcillg a win, for P. Cram ,stroke, E. Salamon 3, W. Robinson 2, L. Partridge bow, who beat D. Cunninghan stroke, J. Spong 3, S. .',ark 2, J, McHenry bow by half a.lenglh. In addition to tihe above race, a handicap sculling race was held which attracted an entry uf i5, some fine exhibitions of sculhng werevwitnessed the heats and semi-finals being keenly contested, the final being won by -l. Lindow 8 secsstsri from T. Flood to secs start. On Saturday May ,3rd there will be an other handicap sculling race for trophies presented by the Club.

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ENTERTAINMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 April 1914

ENTTERTAINMERN.TTS On Monday evening last the Federal Hall was filled to the doors with an appreciative audience, the event being a concert in aid of the Flotacray - Ladies' iloevoleont. Society given by Miss Jean Stewart (tlhe local elocution ist) and pupils and leading Melbourne artistes. It is not. thle first concert Miss Stewart has given in a charitable cause and as with its p?i(dec.e ssors. she should glow with pride at the iesullt achieved. Hlaving enlisted li r 11. I. Ytoewr:s, as secretary, and Mr ,I I. ('opl-aleestonu. , as treasurer, sihe set aboutl, and setlcured a formidable array of artistes. nmost of them local, who h(eating Ithe obiect of (Iie concert., offered their services free. The concert was openedl by the mayor (Cr IDrew) who, in a feVw words, thank ed the audience for their splendid re sponse, and the artistes who wer' to come forward. lie said lie would merely call on lte lirst artist, vacate the platfottrm and let the concert go straight ahead. 'The progral...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 April 1914

CRICKET. liootscray P.A.F.S met North Melbourne on Saturday last at-Royal Park. IFr otsray won the toss and batted, but North's crack bowler, Holden, 'was at his -lest and Ile first tour wickets fell for five rues. Foots. cray shares wore very low; but P'owrie and Shields took the score to 30 before they were segarated, Porter and Cox also batted well bnt the, innings closed for. the modest total of qt. Porter .t, Powrie 17, Cox 14, 'and Shields r3, were the only Footscrayites to show out.- '}olden, the North bowler, god p for 18. North opened poorly, their crack, Reynolds, being dismissed without scoring by Cook ; and North 'lost four for 34 before stumps were drawn. Cook 2 for 6, Cox n for g, and Davic c for reto. getting the wickets, The match will be continued to.day. Van leaves at t.5o

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CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 April 1914

I:.AULFIELD hurdle-t Innt.dI. or M ikahah. ..toi dro .1 on Year Old-ft.~rnrt or Fidello' Grrnhuntly Cop Mllonloio P rbnorro or Capt. W)O rc. Nrcnnl StcIe.'---Ai(hohnfl3. or Altar Boy. Glenfrrfr 1l ltcr-FmmfriO( or Sli[r Gower. Brighton I1drp.--GOnlndr Wire or Croln MlooNE[I- VAr.T.EY Ilurdelr. Iortlori or onornie( rorge. Two Year Old Ud p-T kleclco or Vcron0l. Eight llourltrl dp.-Capt. Whltoeor M alntt Princess rtreed-TheoGuide or Pladda. April Plata-Foied General or Dualtgroar. April Puruc-Gold Braidl or Durae.

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RUPERTA. A ROMANCE. CHAPTER XXV (continued). [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 April 1914

RUPERTA. A ROMANCE. BJySiit WILl.IAM MAoNAY, BA1Ti., Author of The lieHd Chancellor," " The Man of tho Ylour," "T'he Fall of a Star." &o. 1,11\APlf'll't XXV (colntillllud). " Allot lr tirihr1 ,, xtcollrucy ?' irro ijoir (r'ouid n tL lpl illl.l'ijici.iilg. i" o hlitll Jildgo lov far.,"' was Roll. lll;ll lo? I , i III ' I%'~i~ 1 h Till, ot L, iLf l iii sllalplli g is I11 I l l istl. LI ls ' carry with it, I si Il i 'I ll, 11. I liglh 'il I ) ll i l Ihlltn,. Il ., I II I III I ii1lll ii Iii l:It hiiIh iS Ll t. lI( i . I, ( i?tiiii !? luti illnna von llolhlry, pflll t. hd Mait. oi" i 111 1 lh ls , Pi. i - l,,'ri:l of il l W ahhviaL and (flll otlolu'? in Pr'IIIr"~s RniL?.llllt Il hiur. ,If." to Iui*. ily lil' l ll T1141 flit, :;o (·(', )11)1(1 11(· vo,1 t, 11:11 d 1,h"1 11",1 1 In Iir ii t i i 111r. , ll ii x ';. hi|sl. ('111I ould nots I hu, i i ly i li ill ilil l[ -ll ii l ll 11111 wir h i loll pill l l iioi. 11 , t. yo llli Of liiil.hy Lipuli r liho did ltt, (1ril, loing t rll...

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DRUID GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 April 1914

DRIUID GATHIREING. The Federal lodgeroom bore an animated appearance on Monday evening last when the above lodge assembled with its various gueststo celebrate its 36th anniversary. The chair was occupied by the A.D., Bro Gee.; Edwards and amongst the guests were noticed Bro J, Cock, G;N.P.; P.G.P, Bro Gallant; ex Com. Stewart, lP.D.P's.,; Bros. H-Ier. rick and Stokes; D.P., Bro Rankin and various other notable members of- the druidical order. Apologies were received Irom members of the Board of Directors who were on duty at the Druids Gala at the exhibition ; also froni L'.GP., Bro Dan Brown. After the usual loyal toast, P.DP,, I3ro \V, \Willis, pro. posed the Grand Lodge Officers, Board of Directors, P.G.P., and P.D.P. Associations and responses' were made by G.V.P., Bros. Cock, Galland iand H-errick. . During the course of his reply, Bro Cock stated that up to date tihe gala had been a pronounced success and the. receipts had equalled last years figures. He also 'mentioned that ac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 April 1914

For Electro-pllated and Fancy Goods. Incluling VuIe, (Uruoto, ]runze 1'iguli eA, llinnet andIII Ta Selt,, Clock ,ol.!, Ladmos' l;a{(, Purees, WVriting Ca:on,, AlbllullIo, liblen and Prayer Books of anil denominations. Call and inopeot the atook of A. G. GREEN, Late T'rowvekl 151 Ni oholson Street, Footeoray Early lmorning delivery of Tho Argua. Weekly and Monlthly Magazinaes in great Variety. 'Poy_ for the Children, NURSE WA D E 37 Station Road, Seddon. Late of 6 Errol Street SHIP INN HOTEL, Maribyrnong Street, now iunder entirely Ilnw giiaj?el?en{, A Ala, VWines and 9Spito of the 1Finest Quality in i3lock. Vacauclea for ]Boarders, Hi l?h. Iouail, GoodL Table. ltodorat. Ter,,e. We respectfully solicit yolur patlonave. Footaoray and Yarrauville Carrier To land fromt Mlelboul,'o 1)Daily. Local office--8 Kent IStreet. Yarraville, A. Alexander o I!'. Anderson Generl Carrier. Parcels delivered, to all euburbo. Picnic Pasties attended All ordera promptly attended to. Head office-366 Littl...

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