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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 May 1914
If it'. a GOOD PAIR of 5HOES you are looking for, Call at o,,rnerof SHOE STORES. NICHOLSON & BARKLY STS. Thoy will Herve yoll roll. And at w Swa Street, Rillnoud 6 ]I'uckle K Itree, Mroillnc Ponds; 379 Sydney Road, Brunimwick. WEDDING WEDDING WE jiN SEASON " "1914. PRESENTS rc UNSH oU8' Seasonable Show of High-Class Glass and Plated t Ware is Exceptionally Attract- 1 ive this Year. A Large New Display Case has been erected juist inside the door that cus tomers may have every facility for exercising an alm>os: unlimited choice in selecting suitable gifrt. y V l;il:' FANCY OODS h I13 Nichlolson St., Isootscray. Note : ullshon.' do not pllroiu to heal 'cheap" plate. livcry t Article can he relid oil lor Quallty, \'car and Value 17 ................ ~ -~- --- --- ? --Ii You will a New Suit and an Overcoat for the \Vintlr and you cannot do better than lot W. J. McCANN, PRACTICAL TAILOR, Mleasure you. I-Ic has a Choice Selection of the Season's Goods which you will be pleased wi...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 May 1914
In several suburbs around Melbourne Creches, or day nursing homes for young children, have been established and are proving of immense benefit to working mothers. That no ifforthas been made to establish a- similar institution in Footscray is inother reflection upon the district's enterprise. While it is neces sary for women, such as widows,. de serted wives, and wives of'invalid hus bands, to go out to work, creches are a necessity. Such women cannot afford to pay for the services of nurse-girls but the small.fee of threepence per day for one child, or twopence per day each for two or more childrbn in a family, is within their means. For this small fee children are fed and receive proper care and attention T'hey receive a warm bath,' proper rest,, clothes where needed and are provided with happy playmates. They are' tafght habits o obcdince, cleanliness and honesty,,and recelve a little education in the kindergarten sub jocts.. In the several creches existent in 1910-11, no less th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 May 1914
*: SPECIAL IUIILM. DENTIST T. Gough HAS RE1IMOVED TO - Corner ofi Hopkins & Nicholson Sts, (Over Shaw a, Grocers. 'Phone Footscray 381. Mr. J. L. COPPLESTONE (Rec. by Dental Soatrl of Vie.) DEN I'AL PRACTITIONER. 117 BARKLY STREET (Past Heepers) P. E. SAINSBURY, L. D. S. Bly Exams. iMelb. Univteoit Dental Surgeon a Leeds Street, Footscray. GOLD INLAYS, CROWNS, BRIDGES :& W. G. S1EPIHERD. CATERER, " Roseville," 85 Paisley Street, FIootkcray, Crockery and (Cateriug Re tuiýites on hire. Tenders for Wedding Blrea.kfasts, Banruets, Sociale,Ga"lden Parties, Picnics, Smokoelights to. Up-to-natel?rf.t. lieot recounmmendationa. Tehders any dif'tritt. Phone; 278 FIootaocry. WHYPAYRENT WVhen you can BUY A HOUSE On Easy Terms $in any part of the diatrict, or (ý:-. any suburb, Iori Small Deposit and the, Balance as rent from E. A. WEILAND Builder and Contractor, C" The Gables," Cr.Paisley & Victoria Sts. Footscray. Or any Agent. A. CGOOD IN, Late Manager with EXHIBITION B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 May 1914
For Electro-plated and Fancy Goods. Including Vates, Crtuuto, Ornamentll, l3ront? F'igures, Dinner and Tea Sets, Clouk Sets, Ladies' IBag;, Purede, Writing Uason, Albums, Bibles and Prayer Books of all denominnation. Call and inspecl the stock of A. 6. GREEN, late TIueweek) 151 Nicholson Streot, Footaoray Early morning delivery of The Argus, SWekly and Monthly Magazinea in great Variety. 'Poy for the Children. NURSE WA D 37 St ation Road, Seddon. Late of 6 Errol Stroqtf SHIP INN HOTEL, Maribyrnong Street, now under entirely now ianagenlunt A Aloo, Wines and 8p irLt:r of the Finest Quality in S ock. Vacancies for Boardeor, Minoql. l(.,oms, Goor Table. Moderato r er.eir. Wo reapectfully esolcit your paitrlnae. Footscray and Yarraville Carrier To and from Melbourne Daily. Local office-8 Kent Street, Yarraville. A. Alexander a F. Anderson General Carrier. Parcols delivered to all suburba. Picnlo Parties attended All orders promptly attended to, Head oflice-9366 Little Collins treout, Me...
EMPIRE DAY. PICTURE SHOWS PROVIDED FOR SCHOOL SCHOLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 May 1914
IEMPIRE DAY. PICTURE SHOW- S PROVIDED FOR SCHOOL SCHOLARS. Cr. McDonald, at Monday's coun cil meeting, stated that a lady who was interesting herself in the move ment to provide entertainment for the school children on nimpire Day, had informed him that the local picture hall proprietors were prepar ed to cater for all the children of the north and middle ward schools--the West Footscray, Hyde street, St. Monica's, and private school schol ars-at very moderate rates. Cr Fielding-Is this lady a mem ber of the school board. Cr Drew--Anyone has a right to make a suggestion. Cr McDonald-One hall would hold 3800 children. Cr Johnson-28oo. Cr McDonald-No, 3800. No doubt what we have previously given the children has been a dry affair Cr Fielding-Yes, but Cr McDonald-One moment sir. What I would like to know is, pro viding 'suitable arrangements are made, can I rely on assistance being given by the council. The south ward, I take it, will make arrange ments for the scholars there. Cr Field...
RUPERTA. A ROMANCE. CHAPTER XXVIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 May 1914
SUPER TA. A ROMIVANCE. na Sir William MRlagnay, Bart, Author of The Red Chancelor," "' Th Man of the Hiour," "Tho Fallot a Star," kc., &c. C[[A\PTER XXVITL.-(Oontinued.) " Nobody," IFrdiannd continued, " Ibut yoursolf would have( conceiv(ed so bold a step. No one in any but our position would haveo soomod to Invite it." " Your Majoesty will hardly blame n m fO"' toilzijng a chl;utco sio lomOlentous to both," lrromar roturned bluffly. " A.t leaust," Firdinand replied guardedly, " we caniot blame you for flhastening to tItpairt to ns (IIlaws so important. That may weigh with us in the view we shall take in our Ju3dg mit of you.,' T'ho 'ount was quick oelougli to sou the line l'ordiiand was taking, and with iht' itmpoLuosity of a strong, itm pl tnt ltatutr o liet? o hitmsIf to brush aside tlhe barrier of shutiliing behind whiclh theo King was entronchlng him soli. "' There is scarcoly tiime or toom for 1he ul. tostion of jIrilgmutt I to (ion,,l i1n, straightway to the point, at...
WORKER'S RISKS. COUNCIL EMPLOYE SUSTAINS INJURY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 May 1914
WORKER'S RISKS. COUNCIL EMPLOYE "SUS ed· - TAINS INJURY. Wm, Costello, a laborer employ .r;:,. ed by the Braybrook council came before councillors on AMonday last and stated that on April 3oth he was told by the engineer to help to clean the engine. He did so and was cleaning inside the fly-wheel when the engine suddenly started and his arm was broken. lie received no warning whatever that the engine was going to start. The secretary when asked if he knew anything about the occurrence said he was told that the diiv'er was cleaning the link motion on the top of the engine and in doing so pulled one of the links and the engine gave a kick, the accident resulting. Cr Pennell - When the engine driver pulled the lever lie should have warned the men near the en gine. This man might have had his head taken off as easily as his arm was broken; and I think we should get a report from the driver. Cr Robinson-It is not fair to accuse the engine driver if he is not here to make a statement. In ...
Melbourne (Flinders St.) to Footscray [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 May 1914
11clIIjrncL (Flinrtcr:, St.) to F'ootocray 5 47 a m --5 5j3-6 2-6 16-63r-b 43 -6 55a-6 57-7 9-7 r 8-7 40-7 54a 7 58-8 25--8 .18-9 0-9 :34-9 55 ro 24-10 58--11 28-12 pm. z 12 8 1227-12 42-I 51r 25- 1 45-2 5 2 30--2 4 -- 2 --30 - -I 4-4 30-44 49 5 5-5 19-5 3.--5 34-5 45 5 52-6 2-6 o--6 27-6 39-6 59 7 27--7 54-8 28 -9 0-9 25-9 57 ro 12t1-1029-- I 57-11 23--1I 40 1155 Saturlday:- 5 47-5 53-6 2-6 16 6 31-6 36-6 .12-6 50-6 57-7 9 7 18-7 40-7 54a-7 58-8 25-8 48 -9 0-9 34-9 55--0 24--o 49 o1 58-11 17--11 43--12 6-12 15 p.m, S1226--z24--1 3--I I--r 32-1 44 -r 59-2 7'-2 20--2 38-3 2-3 35 --4 4-4 30-4 52--5 5-5 30-5 32' -5 52--6 1,--6 37-6 43-6 59 -7 26-7 56-8 28-9 5-9 25-9 57 10 12-10o 25--n 38-Iro 46--1 55 Ir 8-r*2 z--i 35.:--rr 4o--rr 55. Sutndays-- o 20-- 1o o--r 1 Io (Bacchus MIarah) 1255p.m. I 1o-- 23-135-1 52 2 15-2 37-- 57-3 15-3 45-4 15 4 45-5 15-5 31-5 45-6 15-6 45 7 15-730-745-8 5-8 30'.-S 46-9 5 9 z5-94o-95010 o- 10o 18. a From Spencer St. v Fridays only, * WVrribca-To Newport only...
TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 May 1914
TIME TABLE. Y-" - - tootscravto Meloournc. (Flinder St. 5 28a.n.-6 20-6 47 -6 59-7 6-7 18 7 30-7 36'--7 46--7 54--8 ra--8 8-8 20a 8 24-840-8 58-9 5-936-46-10 2 o10 8-10 57-11 40-12 7 p.m. 1231 i 4-I 29-r 45--I 57-2 14-2 28-2 49 3 9--. 32--3 52-4 8-4 40---5 2a--5 10 520--533--5.51--5 59- 6 r --6 9--6 34 6 46.-7 2-7 8'- 7 t5-7 31-7 38 7 48-8 8-8 34--8 58-9 29--o7 io 25--10 57--11 13--r 34-11 59 -'2 25. ;aturdays as usual to 1o 37 a.m, then II .12--Ir 55-12 2-12 6-12 20 1224a-1231-12 44-1 ro0-1 9-r 32 -1 49-122 12-2 16--2 29-2 36-3 4 323--3 49'-3 52-4 9-4 41-5 10 5 30-5 51--6 Io--6 34-6 52-7 8'-7 15 7 30-7 37-8 8-8 32-8 58-9 29 ro 7-1-o 25---10 57-IT 13--1. 28 II 36-- I 45-11 59--12 3--12 25 I 14', Sundrlay: 9 43-9 59 a.m. 12 59 p.m. i 45 1 55-213-225-238-254-322-347 4 4--1 21-155-5 22-5 52-6 22-6 52 7 5- 7 24-752-- 5 2-8- 52--921-9-29 9 37-9 45--Io 5-10 25---10 40-10 51. "WVrrilbctto Sjiaccrra. aSpencer St., only. r Fridays: only, Trains leave beddaon 2 nain. carlier, Var ravillc 5 rm...
GOOD TEMPLARS. WELCOME LODGE, NO. 383. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 May 1914
GOOD TEMPLA]RS. \VELCOI-ME LODGE, NO. 383. There was a fair attendanlce of llmembers at the ccleting of the Foolscray (lootd Templar:i on Monday night. Speaking of the Iendigo mining disaster' the Electoral I)eputy moved that a subscription list he prepared and placed on the tabic for menm bers to sublscribe to. The motion was seconded by the secrctary, and carried uinanimouslty. The syllabus item of the evening was a rile dart shooting competition. The event was very exciting, to.vay Ihe least, for the ladies (thoutgh they proved in be the best shot:,) generally hit anything but the target, while one brather managed to hit thoe "as pipe overhead The trophy will Lbe prc sentcd next lodge night. DIAWN OF IO1'1 LO(IGE, NO. 253 At the last meeting of the Yarraville Good Templars, the menmbers were enter twined at a anrumptuous repast and ltnsical evening by the c;hicf Templar and the untperintcndenl of Iuvenile Templars. There was, a large number of visitors, in cluding m iny members o...
SWIMMING CLUB CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 May 1914
S' W1)M?ING JLUJ GON CER'T. Mainly lor the purpose of making public presentation of the numcrous, trophics won by inmmher:, of the Footscray Swimming Club during the:,ca:,on just closed, a con cert and dance wuas hcel at the Masonic Ilall on Thursday evening. The attend ance was good ; tile.e singing wa:, much en joyed and the dancing wa:. jolly in the extreme, with the result that the company spent a decidedly pleasant time. Those who contribuletd t eo hc programme were Mrs 1. Fawcett, h:,s L. George and Mc: sr:i T. Giplon, P'. L.,ric, J. Ordel and (;. Tippctt, and at the dance which followed Mr J. Stone officiated a:, ceremonial steward. In presenting the very acceptable trophiic: the c:lub's president, 31r wV. IH. Fielding, pointed out that owing to the I larbor trust depriving Ithe club of i :,lshed, and the necce.ity therefore of waiting for the com pletion of the very convenient'club-house erectcd by the council, the season was: very short. Two very successful carnivals had, h...
"HOTBED OF LARRIKINISM." [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 May 1914
"H'OTBED OF LARRIKIN ISM. " Two youths named Walter Dalton and Oliver John Charles were before local justices on Monday charged on the information of Sergeant Sinelcher with behaving in an offensive man. ner in a public place: Sergeant Smelcher said that on the afternoon of Sunday, 26th April, at about 3 o'clock he was walking along Buckley street. At the corner of Buckley and Victoria streets he saw eight youths sitting on the kerb stone. When they saw him they ran away. They had not, up to that time, so far as he could see, done anything wrong, but they came back and peeping around corners, waved their hands, made insulting gestures and called out "Loafer." Mr VW. Mitchell, J.P.-WVhat is the charge ? Sergeant Smelcher-The general charge df offensive behaviour, This place is a hot bed of larrakinism.- We have to send plain clothes police along there continually; residents are frightened to give evidence, if they do their windows are broken. You can just imagine if they would call o...
A HOUSEBREAKING CHARGE. YOUNG MEN TREAT COURT JOCULARLY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 May 1914
CHARGE. JO C)CULAR LY. Four young men, named John .Mutchins, George Sedgworth, Ed ward McEwan and John Wilson were placed in the little-used dock at the Footscray court'on i\londay, charged with breaking into the house of T. D. Falstead and stealing therefrom jewellery, &c., to the value of ,2o, but the burden of the charge sat lightly on their shoulders. They were smiling and openly laughing throughout proceedings and gazed at their companions in a manner that suggested that they were proud of the position in which they found them selves. Sub-Inspector \Vestcott pro secuted. Thomas Daniel lalstead, engineer of Geelong road, \Vest Footscray, gave evidence that he left home on 6th May, at 5.45 am., the doors and windows being all securely locked. On returning at 3 p.m. witness found both doors wide open and a back window open. The glass and fastenings of the window were broken and it was evident that an axe, taken -' from the shed, had been used to force an entrance. The axe ...
SUNSHINE SCOTTISH SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 May 1914
SINV.IffNE .YGOPTT'ISH ,OCIETU. TIie ..nc...hly concert of the Sunshine :cottish ,rjciety wa.l held'tn the Mech cnica' institute on Tuesday last and the attendance was very satisfactory- The proceedings were opened by the presi denth, ac o -mpanied by pipers. Miss V. Varley, Mr Will Davis, Mr Edgar Sibly MrV Will IHughes and Mr Les J. Hart Iprovided1 it line programmlte of songs, ducts and sketches, and the entertain ment was much i enjoyed, The dance that followxed was by no means the least interesting portion of the programme. Mr. II. (:olemnan (president) presided, and Mr John Mci(:uloch's arrangements as secretary weIre omplete.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT. To the Editor of THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 May 1914
. 1 flb~f JVJJ sD(LJIEN 1. Sir, ;\ lly ill liiim through your ounij t,, ~ , t( "-: y grotitudin and Ll hnkin~li "s, t.. (h.r kinhl friendsi who, through el Fll; of the. Mayot' of i o-n~ra'' Irr. I nCe".'I and the Re~v J. '1'. ha ' h..iiu tcnd towards iih.i urrr ceIi al',;.aninn'i which werc ne!, -r"a' y i, 'it' ngcth'n my leg for workl:. Ylentts, 'tn I: inrioan I nn'~ t, l oroniray.
THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 May 1914
'The junior teams of lootscray .and Yarra ville met at Yarraville last Saturday. Both crtmbinations have been considerably altered since last season and interest was keen to see how the respective recruits shaped. There was a fairly large gathering of spec tators and as both clubs were fully reprc scnted a line contest was anticipated. Alter an exciting final term Yarraville proved tie victors by a single point. At quarter time Yarravill led by 2-6 to 1-s. The second quarter was in favor of F'ootscray, who added a goals 3 behinds to 2 bare goals scored by Yarraville. At the half-time interval Yarraville held a lead of eight points. The third term was very evenly contested, both side adding 1-2, The scores were :-Yarraville, 5 goals 9 behinds (39 points); Footscray, 5 goals 8 behinds (38 points.) The goal kickers were;-For Yarravillo--Lynch (3), Coad and Scot. For Footscray-Armstrong (2), S. Hood (a) and Shearer. The best .players for the sinners were O'Halloran, Cunningham, Kirk, An...
MEXICAN WAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 May 1914
MEAX'ICAN JVAR I'ICTURlES. St. (tIorge's theatre, Yarraville, will screen next. Monday, 'Iuesdayand Wed nestday, a splendid series of pictures of the civil war in Mexico. Many promi nlnt film comnpanies have sent operators to the front and the results hnve ex ceeded anticipations. Numerous inci dents in the firing lines, the outwitting of rehols, the capturl'e of forts and gulns in the trenches, and the dead and dying are photographed remnarkably close, and depict. the stirring incidentsi just as rea list.ically as on the lield of hat.tle. This is the firit occasioni these pictures have been shown in the suburbs, and the Imntlget?lntt are .to lie congratulated oin their" e.nterplise(.
FOOTBALL. FOOTSCRAY v ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 May 1914
FOOTBALL. Notes by "hALv Fo6awAin." FOOTSCRAY v EISS-INDON. It has happened more than ,once tha Essendon have gone through the carlic: portion of the season carrying all Ieforv them; victorious and proclailcmd as likcly premiers, only to bite the dust \when thec miet the t'ootscray tein. This year th( position was reversed. Esscntdoh, ha;viang lost two of the four matches playctd, visitec Footscray last Saturday, to meet the unll defeated tricolors and except for the litrs few minutes always looked like witnners. They won only by a margin of two goa;l but their superior dash ; their contempt for consequencecs; their vigor and their good fortune in getting the hest of metot of the mnistakes inado by an over-anxitouls ultlpirc should have put thci furtlher ahead. Ott the whole the locals did not play tup tc form. 'There was somethinti g atout the match that suggested that they were I'cing rushed all the timce tlad were bcing horns down by superior wcight. At no titme diad they play th...
WEST FOOTSCRAY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 May 1914
IVEST FOOTSCRAY PRO GRESS A SSOO(IATION. 'l'he West I'Fot;cray P'rogress Ass\o (iation held its meeting on Tuesday, when several questions of importance wer.t discussed. A letter was received from Mr Warde, M.I,.A., promising to aIrrange! a deputation from the Associa tion to the Minister of Education re a school for the western part of the dis trict. The local council is to he asked to receive a deputation regarding the regrading of larkly street. A commit tee was formed to arrange a social to further the interests of the Association. Numerous complaints as to the state of some of the streets in the west end were maIlde.
WINDSOR MAGAZINE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 May 1914
WINDSOR MAGAZINE. - -----+--- The May Windsor, per Mr Jones, news agcnt, is a notably varied Easter holiday number, containing complete stories by Miss Macnaughtan, the talented author of several widely popular novels of modern life, Eden Phillpot(s, Edgar Wallace. G. B. !Lncaster, Dornford Yates, and other dis tinguished novelists. The serial features are continucd with instalmonts which carry the interest of both stories steadily higher, No reader of the former adventures of Allan Quartermain should miss Sir H. Rider Haggard's new and, in some wvays, most powerful romance from the earlier career of that mnighly hunter.and explorer and Mr Sutcliffe's series proves even more attrac tive than his previous serial, " The Open Road." One of the most amusing stories that has ever been told of the lUnivcl'sity Boat Raco is recorded by A. E. James. Several important articles by writers of special authority on their respccled themes are includtled in the nulmbier, among them being an intere...