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BENEVOLENT SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 25 July 1914
BENEVOLENT SOCIETY | The monthly meeting of the Foots cray Ladies' Benevolent Society was held in the Town Hall on Tuesday, the 14th inst. The treasurer begs to acknowledge the following dona tions to the funds :—Cuming Fund, £17 15s 3d; "A Friend," £2 ; Messrs. Moran and Cato, £1 Is ; Mr. Blackboll, wood; Mesdame9 Shepherd and Kelly, clothes. Also additional sums to tho ball Mr. S. H. Launder, 10s Gd; Mr. E. King, 10s 6d; Mr. J. Cockbill, 10s 6d; Mr. M'Kenzie, 6s; Mr. Clarlngbould, 5s ; Mrs. Breen, 3s; goods, per Mr. C. Lovett. .
FOR SHINGLES. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 25 July 1914
FOE SHINGLES. Shingles may be readily relieved 1> applying a thick layer of starch ovc the affected part, then covering with i cotton bandage drawn snugly, so a to fit skin-tight. This will uuuall} give almost complete relief. The band age should be left -on several day.1, When removed, the painful eruption will be found to have uearly disappear, ed.
YARRAVILLE V. WILLIAMSTOWN. YARRA'S GREAT FINISH. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 25 July 1914
YARRAVILLE V. WILLIAMSTOWN. YARRA'S GREAT FINISH. The locals met their opponents from the "fishing village" last Sat urday. This match created consider able interest amongst local support ers during last week, because great as the winning of it practically as significance attached to it, inasmuch sures the inclusion of the locals in the final four. There was a good number of supporters from both teams present, amongst those of the visitors being a constable in uni form. It was with high hopes of ad ding another victory to their al ready long list of wins that tho visi tors entered the locals' ground, and up till half-time there was some speculation amongst local supporters as to whether those hopes would not be realised. The locals, however, never entertained for one moment any fear on that score, knowing full well that regular training and good generalship would stand them good to tho finish. And so it proved, for the finish saw-Williamstown run al most to a standstill. At half-tim...
BENEFITS OF A HOT BATH. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 25 July 1914
BENEFITS OP A IMT BATH. It is impossible to overrate the value of the hot bath for any sudden illness in children. It cannot do harm, and in nine cases out of ten is highly bene ficial. If any eruptive iever is com ing on it helps to hasten the develop ment by opening ll'.e "ores of the skin, and in fits, or" i'ilernn\ pains, it re lieves by causine the iv'.ood to flow to the surface; it thus cive the conges ; ed internal organs and brain a chance to recover their lost energy. Care should always bo used not to let the child get a chill niter jiving it a bath: it should be wrapped in hot flannel, and a fire should be lighted in the bed. room, and kept up until the patient '.s better. No sheets should be used, onlv blankets.
FOOTBALL FOOTSCRAY BEAT NORTH FAST AND STRENUOUS. NOTES ON THE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 25 July 1914
FOOTBALL J NOTES BY "ALIX". FOOTSCRAY BEAT NORTH • * « « • FAST AND STRENUOUS. • * # # • NOTES JON THE GAME. Between 10,000 and 11,000 spect ators witnessed the niatch between Footscray and North Melbourne at the western reserve last Saturday, and thoy, saw a fine struggle, up till tliQ Anal boll, Footscray winning a hard fought game by 2 points. The difference in the scores just about demonstrates the superiority of one toam over the other. They wero evenly matched, and the defence on both sides was magnificient. • • • • • . The final figures' were:— North Slelb—4 goals 8 behinds. Footscray—5 goals 4 behinds. • • • » » Scray goal-kickers were Payno 2, Samson, Gregory, Cotton. * • • « • Gregory's sixer was a rfne effort, and the veteran was loudly cheered. The shining star on the Foot scray; sido was Grimsliaw. His do lonce was perfect and the ball hard ly passed1 him all day. His mark ing was a treat to watch, and his kicking was equally fine. Grimshaw is playing better than ever h...
SICK EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 25 July 1914
SICK EGGS. It should be remembered that an ecs is a very young fowl. When an perfectly fresh, it is alive, and it nt..Is to be kept alive in order to be heaku ful as an article of fond. Unless an egg is preserved by cold or salt or some Dther antiseptic measure, just a-- meat must be preserved, it sometimes be comes sick, and th--n dies, and is un fit for food. The yolk and the white a.e each enveloped in separate merii bnme.% and if on an cj;g it ill runs apart wiiiiout retaining iis form, it is sick. When an egg sticks io the shell, it shows that fever or in flammation has been "oing 011 which has caused the membrane to adhere. An egg is a verv delicate, perishable creature, and it sometimes gets so sick hat there is as much danger in eating it as in eating the flesh of any other sick animal.
FOOTSCRAY ROWING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 25 July 1914
FOOTSCRAY ROWING CLUB. The annual meeting of the Foots cray Rowing Club was held on Mon day evening at The Lounge, Federal Hall. The balance-sheet showed a credit of £13 5s 7d. The election of office-bearers resulted as follows :— President, Mr. J. J. Mills; vice-pre sidents, Messrs. D. Spurling, G. Campbell, F. Sumner, L. Greenwood, J. Gaudion,' A. Clarke, J. Donald, M. Campbell, S. Shallard, J. Shal lard, C. Shallard, Xj. Benjamin, S. H. Allen, II. ITallett, W. Delahunty; captain, Mr. G. Smith; vice-captain, Mr. M. Moran; hon. secretary, Mr. \V. Fawcett; assistant sec., Mr. G. Sheppard; treasurer, Sir. P. Gaskin; selection committee, P. Crain, W. Fawcett, IT. Allen; general commit tee, Messrs. T. Gipton, J. Brierly, P. Crain, F. Thomas, and F. Stoke ly; sculling handicappers, W. Faw cett, G. Smith, and P. Cram ; press correspondent, A. Sparks ; amuse ment committee, C. Monien, J. Donohue, C. Dobbie, W. Hinson, S. Partridge, .T. M'Henry, H. Thomas, A. Campbell, B. Sheppard,. R. Sha...
HOT MILK AS A STIMULANT. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 25 July 1914
HOT MILK AS A STIMULANT. II the tired men, and women, too, who " brace themselves up" on beer could only be induced to try hot milk they would never again return to such unwholesome stimulants. It must be heated as hot as it can be sipped, and although it will be somewhat less ac ceptable to the palate on account o! lb6 fact that when herued it loses its sweet ness, still the promptness with which its cordial influence will be felt will be appreciated by anyone willing to bo convinced. Statistics prove that men und women who do not drink do more work and endure more hardships fchtn those who use spirituous liquos.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 25 July 1914
J? CJ J3 IjIO inT OTIO "i! S w rlil Di GASH GROCER AND PROVISION MERCHANT ha* bccm. app ointed Wood, Coal and Coke iferch aat for the Civil Service Stores. Try our Teas Specially ISlended by the Leading Tea Experts. Best variety in the district to choose from. Farm Produce a Specialty. Wood Coal n*d Co ke at lowest IJricC3. Families wait cd on and O rders promptly, delivered, to all Parts • of tli;; surrou n'lir.g district. 10 CANTERBURY ST., YARRAVILLE Something for the long winter nights Gramophone and Phonograph musical instruments of all kinds. Easy terms arranged. BEN \ Yarraville. A VVISE^^SELlECrtllM THE WISEST SELECTION one can make in this life is a HOME t Claude Smith, Seddon, can supply you with any class of dwelling from £30 DEPOSIT, rent terms WHY DELAY? The only difference be tween renting and buying is the deposit Call, write, 'phene to day Railway Place Seddon Why People Sniio • 83- us thay have no i it ts ncs • 5 nt too much meat | AND iuo much water! t. . ing on ad...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 25 July 1914
CO FOR— High grade Goods at low prices. , Birthday and J U - Wedding Presents. Post Cards, Station £ ery, & Fi'.ney Goods. I LOW'S ANDERSONS!. FOR ELECTRIC LIGHT LAMPS. "The Osram" brightest and best. The latest word in arti ficial lighting. 50 candle power 2/6 each. iAll sizes stocked. W. C. LOW - YARRAVILLL - GO TO LOtt'*
VALUE OF BROWN BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 25 July 1914
VALUE OF BROWN BREAD. Brown brend is richer ill flesh-makim' substance than fine wiieaieu bread, be cause the outer husk of tilts grain which constitutes the brnn, itself cot tains a large quantity ol that materia! When the dough is formed from whole meal, instead of from fine Hour, t.h cost of the bread is considerably d - minished; at the same time its bull and weight are increased. The add. lion of a little milk to the dough ha the effect of still further raising tin vourishing power of the bread, besid*?. iaus:ng it to keep fresh longer; a pin of milk adds one pound to the weigh', of a loaf. A quarter of a pound o! mashed potatoes, mixed in with every four pounds of fiour or meal, also im proves the keeping quality.
Good Health. PORTER FOR INVALIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 25 July 1914
I Good Healtn. i PORTER FOR INVALIDS. The following is a most valuablo fi\ cipe for invalids, which is a savins o> great expense, and is an invaluably stimulant:—Two gallons oi water, half a pound of hops, one quart of barley (burn and .grind as lor coffee), one tabl»spuonfiu 01 gijurer'. .and one n:nt of the best treacle. xoil the hops and the barley in the ivs or 2 hours, to as to obtain all the strength, then strain ; when cool, put in a cupful of vea.-t, also the treacie and singer. Let it siand and ferment iill it is covered . with a fc:ira.., 3Hirii llvi/voff .and bnt-; ^ tie " t he mixt ure up"*Ufttikr~Ii' ready for use in a few days, and will be found a most beneficial st'-'ulant loi invalids.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 25 July 1914
If you don't get tbo best of beer Beer will got the best of you. You can obtain the bust of beer at the YARRAVILLE HOTEL, Ballarat st The best of Beer that is brewed is or draught. Wines, Spirits, and Cigars. Also Porter on draught Phono—Footscray 12, jtf. J. BER L.OWTTZ, Proprietress.—Advt. WARMTH AND COMFORT THIS WINTER Cleanliness Economy, "lid Comfort makes a home a joy. GAS FIRES to fit existing prates The passing of the household drudge. Domestic Labour saving appliances should be in every home. Ladies who stronglv object to wirter fires causing smoke, dust, ashes, cleaning of gralts, etc , have onlv to experience one winter with GAS FIRES to convince them that they have too long put up with till the drudgery and inconvenience of ether fires. To be h id from upwards. Maximum cost of fixing, 10/- Send for Estimates, or Call at: FOO I'SCRAY GAS and COKE Co. Ltd. .WHITEHALL St. FOOT SCRAY. Tele 99 Kt'scray'- Advt. SPECIAL NOTICE . ; Everybody's Doing It! i Doing What ? reserving ...
SUNSHINE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 25 July 1914
SUNSHINE NEWS Tho annual meeting of the Sun sh.nq Mechanics' was held on Tues day evening, July 21st, in tho read ing room of the library. There was a good attendance of member. The balance! sheet presented was the best sinco tho Institute was formed.* The rum of over one hundred pounds having been paid off the bank over draft, and new furnitura and other items to the value of nearly anoth er hundred pounds had been pur chased. Tho old piano had been re placec^ by a new Grand valued at 7Q guineas, electric light installed, and 120 additions to tho library, making over 500 volumes. On the motion of Mr Geo. McKay, ablt supported by Mr Robinson, p very hearty vote of thankst was passed,'to, Mr J. Mclntyre for his labors as. Secretary, ip pushing. Jforword the terests of tho Institute. Mr Mc lntyre suitably responded. Mr Turn bull moved a vote of thanks to the outgoing officers, which was respon d?d to by the past president. Mr W Fairchiltl. Tho election of officers for the incoming yea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 25 July 1914
PROFESSIONAL Notice is hereby given that Mr Wlllian Brocket, solicitor, having token mti partnership Mr Walter Kemp, theirbuainest will in future be carried on under the sfcyl . BROCKET and KEMP. SOLICITORS, 237 COLLINS STREET, »»V»iLBOURNE. 36 Paisley Street, Footscray. TSI.KPH.08KS—3*81 Central , —]49 Footscray. Trust Funds to lend at Cnrreut Rate J^R JAMES HALL Solicitor and Conveyancer LOMBARD BUILDINGS QUEEN STREET MELBOURNE Telephone—3273 Central, OFFICE:—Mr C- Farubach'a offices, Irving Street Footscray, and Anderson Street, Yarraville. Mr Hall attends Footscray office on Mondays and Thursdays (court morning) between 9 and 10 a.m. to see his clients. Has Trust Monies to lend on free hold Security. gECOMB WOODFULL SOLICITORS A. C. Secomb—Commissioner of Supreme Court Victoria. Sth Aus tralia, New Zealand A. H. WOODFULL, L.L.M, Commissioner W. A. Town Office—Prell's Buildings, 60 Queen St, Melb^ Phone 5705 Mr Secomb's private residence is: Buckley Street, Footscray, phone 30 Fo...
KINGSVILLE AND QUEENSVILLE ESTATES NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 25 July 1914
KINGSVILLE AN J OUEENS VILLE ESTATES NEWS Mr Bannister preached to a good congregation on Sunday last in Kingsville hall. He took his text from Romans 8 chap., speaking on justice, slavery and freedom. He directed his words to girls and lads on the abuses of the body and evils of drink and cigarettes, stat ing that these vices should be shunned because whatsoever seed a man sovreth in the body it shall be reaped again unto him. He urged them to turn to the I&lt;ord Jesus Christ as that was the only safe cure from ail sin. The preacher specially requested mothers to warn their daughters against de ceivers, as it was to »he parents that the children looked for guid ance. • • • « The crops around Laverton are looking splendid, and should there be a continuance of the present weather a bountiful harvest is assured A Band of Hope has s'arted in connection with the Sunday school. There is an average attendance of 50 children, Mr Hester is training the children every Sunday- for th...
(All Rights Reserved.) ESTRANGED or the LOST HEIRESS of the CHAMPNEYS. A Fascinating Romance, PART 23. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 25 July 1914
(All Rights Reserved.) ESTRANGEDj ? LOST HEIRESS of the | CHAMPNEYS. A Fascinating Romance, By the Authpr of "The Hampton "Mystery," "'Sir Peter Eldon, &c. Mrs. Narr's haggard eyes began to gloiv with reviving hope and cupid ity. Felix rose and walked slowly to and fro the room, giving his in structions as he proceeded. Finally, as he became thoughtful, Narr asked, tremblingly : "Are we to stay here in -Black Cottage, Mr. Champney ? Won't the detective find me here ?" "He will if you stay. I've got a place in my mind's eye for you to go to. You must abandon the name of Narr and begin anew. Hark 1 What's that ?" He halted, listening, as again the branches of the tree swept the win dow pane. The next moment, with a wild look he bounded to the door and sprang out on the porch. Tho Narrs flew after him. They were just in time to see Dora dropping from the lowest branch of the tree into the arms of Noel Weir.
CHAPTER XXII. SIR GRAHAM GALLAGHER. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 25 July 1914
CHAPTER XXII. SIR GRAHAM GALLAGHER. The astonishment and rage of Fe lix, as he beheld Dora in the very act of escaping with his rival, lor a moment held him spellbound. Then, a with, a cry that rang through the garden like a summons to battle, he bounded towards the young couple. The Narrs, alive to the situation, sprang after him. Dora, by this ttmc on the ground beside Noel, clung to the latter in a, wild dismay. "Oh, No^l ! Noel!" she whispered. "What shall we do ? The gate is locked ; escape is impossible ! You I will have to leave me." I ''Never !" returned Noel, witl} an energy that went far to reassure her. '"Trust in me, Dora. All is not yet lost." He put his arm round her, slowly retreating to tlis angle of the house. "Dora," he v.hispcred, "now is our time. I will keep these three,at bay, while you fly. Run round to the back wall. - Climb by the vines over into Sdr Graham Gallagher's garden, and make for the road beyond. Wait for me in the shadow of the hedge by the doctor...
RIFLE NOTES. FOOTSCRAY RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 25 July 1914
RIFLE NOTES. FOOTSCRAY RIFLE CLUB. The above club shot a match against Launching Place club, 13 men aside, best 10 to count, which resulted in a win for Footscray by 36, the scores being—Footscray, 457 (Kennedy 48, A. J. and G. M'Donald -17, F. Masterton, J. J. M'Kenry 46); Launching Place, 421. To-day's shoot is the first Tradesmen's 600 700 yards. The following are the handicaps :—Johnson. T. Masterton, .1. N. M'Donald, G. M. M'Donald, 5; Kennedy, A. .T. M'DQnald, It. and J. M'Kenry, Upton, 6; Harrison, Hagan, J. Masterton, Macaulay, N. M'Donald, Cropley, 7; G. Henderson, Smith, B. M'Donald, Nicholson, Stevenson, 8; King, Joint A. M'Don ald, Grey, 9; Anol Berlowitz, A. Henderson, Moore, G. M'Donald, Ro binson, 10; Irvine J. Jackson, Pel ton, .Tannock, 11; W. Jackson, M'Ewan, Ward, 12; Douglas, D. Rogers, Mortimer, Weeks, 14. Don't forget smoke night, August 1st. Before purchasing boots and shoes inspect STEELS Boot Emporium, oppoiito the Jamu Cumintr Institute Yarraville. All lead...
THE TREE OF LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 25 July 1914
TIIE TREK OF LUCK The inhabitants of Stntcn Island n late ail odd story about a tree which .has K'tnvn up on a dock extending into the water from a cliff just abov the quarantine station. The dock i consti noted of piling and logs, and ex. tends from the shore a distance ol about 50 feet, of which 25 feet are made up of earth deposits between the piles. In the centre of this earth rises, an enormous willow. tree, around which a fence has been built. Outside oi the fence, heavy lynches are placed, on which the fishermen and others whe use the dock can take their comfort. Tt is relaled that when the dock was tlrst started in a small way, nearly 25 years ago, a small sprout came float ing down the water and was drifted so that itfltook root in the earthy where | it has now become a great tree. The fishermen of Ihnt day discovered it tak. ng root,..straightened it up. protected t with environments, and have eve;: lince defended it. so that thny will no: jprmil a person even to eyt a twi...