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LODGES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 May 1914

L ODGaS. A I. h hall..eairly me.eting l" the ohnural Gordo l)ivi~.ion, O.N,.'., lI-t. Wednedaiciy evowinig, thL following olicerii were elcted t'for thie unsuiFng six mIlonth. : --l)reiding sister, Sister A\plin; wothy associiate, Sisteri Stuw hlt; treosiu'r, Plo, ,. Murphy; linan cial secretary, Ho?. E. WV. [elynolls , rcuurding ?ocrutrlly, rio. l. Swartl'zL; cundluctor, Histir Ausitin ; sentincl. Siit.r Thomnljson; huditors, BruPo. Piitdd amd ,I. Vwarth ; 1 alst worthy patiiardih, Iro. J. Sw\VIrlZ. hil, Singhline A.NA. wiill hold a :rcial in the Suniihine Mchimics' in •tituti mn Mondimy, Juno Ist. Mr L. Milher has charg, of the imrrangemhnts.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 May 1914

,;:: ·':' ' ·.--. It it'a.. GOOD PAIR of SHOBS yo.u .r. looking for, Call at SWANN'S corner SHOE STORES. NIOHOLSON & BARKLY STS. Thoy will Morv? yu \\Wull. And at SwaIt Stret, lichmounIi d Pi aIcklo StreeL, Mloonco Pond; 37f) Syduoy ?~,Rad, lriunwick. TRADE WITH 1 For GROCERIES I K CONFECTIONERY leone, ?oo ?entra,. I RONlMONGERY Nicliols ii e!, imt Ni~ciols a street, GhLASSWA1RE 'and R Footscray. a PRODUCE. h VWe have mnade a special purchlase this week of Primae Bacon. Price 10bid per pound (prime cuts). By the side Sld pound. Ford's Mild-Cured Ballarat Hams, lld pound, d WVe can suit you with Glassware and Ironlougory at Reasonable Rates. Try.us, Ordlers delivered in Flootsacray, Sddmhh. Suilshine, \Vest Footscray and Williamstown t We solicit a trial order. I We are showing a Special Line of Enamelled Saucepans. Sec our windows for Prices. CSi You will a New Suit and i an Overcoat for the Winter and c you cannot do better than let ir Iv W. J. McCANN, PRACTICAL TAILOR, Mle...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEBTS AND DEBTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 May 1914

DEBTS AND DEBTORS. At Monday's court orders were made in the following debt cases: W. T'. Nesbet, represented by Mr Secomnb, v Una A Boostcr, repre sented by MIr Woods, [8 with 21/ costs; \V. H. 3irch, represented by Mr Secomb, v Thos. A. Maxwell, [6/5/ with 13/- costs; v H-. Vilkins, .24/15/ with 13/6 costs; v D. Stew art, [6 with 13/- costs; v WV. T. Jell, ./" with 7/6 costs; \ IH. W. Watson, .9 with 13/- costs; v Vic. J. and Ada Hawkins, [4/10o with 12/6 costs; v H-arold and Emily M. Hurst, [7 with 18/- costs; H. Crop. ley, represented by Mr Brocklet, v ,I. Marsham, [2/3/6 with i5/6 costs; J. Kent, represented by Mr Brocket, v Robt, Davidson, /3(13/ with x5/6 costs.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRIBUTION OF BILLS IN THE STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 May 1914

DISTRIBUTION OF BILLS IN THE-I STRI'I'ITS. For some time past the streets and station entrances at lFootscray have been littered wiih handbills and the council on MIonday received a communication suggesting that the council should take action under the Bye-Law to prosecute offenders. In moving the reception of the letter Cr Johnson stated his intention of giving notice of motion to rescind the present bye law and adopt a more stringent one. They must he said have noticed that these bills were not e\ven printed in the district and they must stop their distribution in the streets altogether.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HELP YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 May 1914

HELP YOUR TOWN. Tl'lk about, it. W\rite ab~out it,. FHelp to beautify it. lilluy all you can in it. loliolmbor Cthat by assisting trades 111111n you311 help the Iplato along. Kooeep your monoy in the place. Sell ll yoeu can 1and buy all you can at hlome. Theo men who have invested in stores, workshops and other business places aro building up the town, and they should be supported.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 May 1914

FOOTBALL NOTES. IlReport of football match, F'ooltscray v North Melbourne, anrd soccer, will Ib found on page , of this issue. There was a large attelndance at the Football Club's picture party on Wed nesday when Mr F, Delahunty won the )rize (;{09,1), T'o-dty's teamr against Northcote will u--(Grj'ishaw (capt.), Baxter, lriese, Cotton, Crouch, Donnelly, Ford, Grier son, Gregory, Harris, Lawson, Neilson, .namnson, Payne, Snithl, anid DIudamaide from Melton. 'ThIte Ilags at the w:teLrnll rlest:elev w?el. flying at Ihalf-muast ton SLaturtlay out of resp ct to the dathtil of Mr Clark, fat -r" ot the serot' any of the Footscray Flooall.h11 Club.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EARL'S COURT POLO CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 May 1914

EARL'S COUnT POLO 6'LURB 'lhc follIowin have bICcl elcclcd olticrs: [e'¢sidetlll, T. Coogn;l; ch'irall nl}, W. Rey Ilols ; I rcasulllxer, 1. Coog;ln j secretary, T', I'clllcl; comlllnittcc, Messrs T'I'. Thompson, It, Flat, A. l~anc, T. Pencimcl and \V, Rcy Inlolis; audllots, Mossis R. Ilac and T. Thumpli o ; capai, T. Pcuncll; vice captain, '. Tioimpsou,

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SMOKE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 May 1914

SMOKE NIGHT. O(n Tuesday evening last memnbers of the iootscray club hold a very nsuc cessful smoke night in the club room, at which thoro was a largo attendance. The following artistes contributed to the programme : Mr A. Hdrt, Mr J. Riddell, Mr J. Moss, Mr Spencer Kimber, Mr II. Schilling and Mr Arthur Douglas. The programme was well received, the various items bcingjpncored, and a veiy jolly night was sapent. The smoke night committee was M es.rs J. BrirleCy, J. uckley, and It. Johnson, while Mr J. A. Pippey had chargeo of the secrs tarial duties, Dr R. M. Lane presided andl stat!ed his intention of tendering a smoke so cial to members atL the conclusion of lhii tirm of office, The Mayor (Cr T. n. )Drw) proposed the toast of Our Club, which was responded to by Dr. Lane,

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 May 1914

For IElectro-plated and Fancy Goods. Including Vases, Oruots, Ornaments, Bronze Figures, Dinner and Tea Sets, SClock Sets, Ladles' Bage. PFures, Writing Cases, Albume, Bibles and Prayer Books of all denominations, Call and inspect tile stock of A. G. GREEN Late Treweek) 151 Nioholeon Street, Footsoray Early morning delivery of The Argus. Weekly and Monthly lMagazines in great Variety. 'Foy for the Children, N URSE WA Do 37 Station Road, Sedd~on, - Late of 6 Errol Streaet SHIP INN HOTEL, Maribyrnong Street, now under enltlrely now Iaageii nIIt A Ales, Winsa oand Sjirto of thoe Finest Quality in Stock, Vacancies for Boarders, Single feomo, Good Table. Modorato Tero~o, We respectfully solicit yoIr pitronave. Footsoray and Yarraville Carrier To and froim M[elbourno Daily. Local office-8 Kent Street, Yarraville, A. Alexancder General Carrier, Parcels delivered to all suburbs. Picnio Parties attended All orders promptly attended to. Head ofllce-I3 Little Collins streetl. Mel bolrneo. Tele...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RUPERTA. A ROMANCE. CHAPTER XXX. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 May 1914

RUPERTA. A RO I ?AN 1E, By Si WIVltLIA3I MatoNr, Ba', . Author of "Tho Red Chancellor,," "Theo Man of tbh Hlour," "The Fall of a Star." &o. OCHAPTER XXX. (Continuod). "'l'TakeT carol Look out for a .aur I)rie T'lhoso deovils are e0)nhlin of any. hIliug." the other canp.ain cried warl gigly, but, for ainyhlIteg thaIIt couldl ho oeen, tho dovil Ilad Intst IIIart and ftle So casily in tho absla'.e of it Ilnading piit was this fatuod outlaw's stroug. uold taken. ThrolugIh .the now I oaenrted roomsl and ilisslg?:t Oipeti'l blrrll'liOdI OcIrtcai of !ho Ulliihing spoll whichiIi presiltc'(I it' self onl oveltry handI, andu hy unu llsnu of which hem Iighti, ous.ily hiave} mndeId hi" oiirtunoes, lis ils ind occupiitd bl hiIt onio \tlio10t, Ihe iildillg oif llidovie "lriicol'' Ii allOul Iill l tii siletnt. cor'ridIor. ollIhoi1!d alim. l'rhinco Lutido 'iol" "· Wlllere arte you?)" hibt no ,tl ow'er Clillee, atiii atl hisa'oarnh wint fruit Iesaly oin, Iio hiollo.st, cohlir Ilgain lIo hivi...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THISTLE CLUB CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 May 1914

TILSTLE CLUB I ONCIERT. Jio(I)lltedly the FoIotlcrny 'lhiStlO (Clubi'H niim is LI aldvallce, andil niyonl, Ipre1,nt coullh not have wishledi tor a 00oroe lterttlihlilniing I)logramimne thanr thLat lpresented in the Royalll Ilallon Wlednos lday of inst week. 'i'he hall wnas pIacked tol the doors. Aft(er the president, BInro. J. Storie, hlad exteindedl a welcomein to all, Miss Ijulci Illhnd danced the High landl Fling andl Sailolr's i lornlilo i her usual clever style. Mia B1. liilton LIunu " Jessi.'s Dreanl " land the " Lanld 0' Cakes". which calledl for an encore. T''he Royal Quartet Party rendoered "On the Banks of Allen Water" and "Robin Adair" both of which weret much en joyed. Miss DIulcie Bland recited "Mrs P'aggleby's 'l'ea Party'" and "The Relief of Lucknow" with baglilio accomnpani nment, having to respond with oncLres. A duct entitled "Two Jolly Beggars" sung by IMessrs F1. I I'i'ry land R. Hora bulrg wlas quite a trellt lnd1 deser'ved the rccalll. Miss Minnii Pi'atonl, ai ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY PROSECUTIONS. OVER OFFICIOUSNESS ALLEGED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 May 1914

JIAIEWAY PROSEC!?- r' TIONS. O)VER OFFICIOUSNESS ALLEGED. At TIhurlday's court a ricetable Y looking young man nalllnd John Charles sr Everest, if Seddon, was charged with oR using tlhreatening wordIls to Ernest A. iv Gaywood, on Aplril Istli at the Seldon qi station. Mr I'. (). loursum, of the Rail- or way I)'lepairtlmen'lt, Iprosecuted and Mr e Secomb alli-peared for Evwirest, who s lleaded niot guilty. jI Ernest Alfred (Guywood, lad iortr, v atltcd that on Ap ril ist he was checking m ticktts of Ilasengers of 10.57 p.m., 51 train from Melbourne at Sedldon. A t( lady handed himl a ticket Melhourne to ii F'ootscray, stating that she had over- n ridden her journey. lie Rasked for the w excess fare and defendant calledl him na "piimp" and threatened to knock his ei hand oif. Defendant also ralised his ii han1l to strike witnes:i hiut his lmates ii iulled him Ilack. The lady was quite a willing to ipay the exces54andl tolh dle- a fendalnt to go away anlld notle silly. t Mr Secomb Is t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES YARRAVILLE BRANCH MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 May 1914

4 TSTRIA LIANNA TIVES (ARRAVILLE B3RANCII MEETING. Ilemnindful of old times when the furraville Iranch A.N.A. was, though mnallhr in mnembership than at present, 1no of the most vigorous and progress ver of loc:al ilstLtiltionllS, wasI the ulrterly mleltinog of .that branch held c 0 ''lltrstl'iy t.venlhng. AmRongst a large s (lto'llorse of mlll!ltle(+rtl ItrLsent were everal of thiose wiho Inmade mieetings d oily ill learlier timeH; several whose 'oell'I colotrilnuti1ns wve5iit a soullrce of nucl i elilynloentt; .ollle oi those keen tutdentsa of the rutle: always iln readtliness o create lively discussHions on points of i. rder frequently Ibased on highly tech- c icnl olbjections, including a member vio created conslternatiotn on one mrm urtle oci.?sion, iby declaring that an lection Was ultra vires. Itut succeed nlg yetr-s have hadl their effect in quiet Ig turlilent spirits. Thie humorists nnd the \varll'l'iol's 01 other days are staIid c nd tl hllnost solietl itf delllleanol'r, c...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENEFIT CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 May 1914

BENEFIT CONCERT. Sir, -With referenlce to late concert given in llaid ot the Footscraiy Iladie:' Benevolent Society we have pleasure iI announcing that this efflort resulted in a nett profit of thirty-nine pounds elh von shillings and fourponce, for which Iamount a chcque has bheenll hanlded to tLuhe Society. Yours faithfully, J IEAN S'T~i?\AtT, Convener, II. L. YEWiuI?ri, lion. Sec. J. I. CnoI'I'I,.,EIN.Si, lIon. TreaLs. May 26th, 11,. The Mayor (Cr. Drew), Crs. Bell and McDonald attended the Empire Day service on Sunday last at St. Johna's church.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 May 1914

ANNi VERSA R Y. ------~- 401 -- - The Footscray Baptist Church cele brated its anniversary on Sunday inst. In the morning the pastor (Rev. J. II. Goble) occupied the pulpit, ind the evening service was conducted by the Rev. A. It. Thompson, of Albert P'ark. 'I'iTh occasion wiis also marked by the introduction of the new Baptist Ilynial which was used for the first tinme. Good vonlgregatiol wvere the order of the day. adl everyone entered into tile spiril of the function, which proved most success ful. On Wednesday evening the church re-union i wat held in the church the chair being occupied by the Rev. J. II. Goble wlho dispen.sed with a formal chaiijnllln's address, and interspersed his remarks l)Ltween the items of the programme. A most interesting address was deliver ed by the Rev. T. E. Ruth, pastor of the Collins streiet Itlaptist Church, Mel bournle, on Sowing and calpinl*g, and the apphlause that greeted his many tell ing points testified to thin alippreciation of tlhe audien...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 May 1914

An elderly lady, named Catherine Ilaualey, was before Messrs. G. McKay Derham and Robinson, J.'sP., at Sun shine on Wednesday, for failing to send her child to school the required number of days. Constable Alford stated that it was a very bad case and the record showed that for the past 10 months the scholar had been absent from more than three quarters of the necessary attend ances, and read out six prior convic tions for the samei offence. Mr McKay also expressed the opinion that the case was a bad one, but us defendant was in uoorcir-cumalancea_thc-bclchlLgrcr.di;-. and on promising not to offend again she was let off with a fine of .I/- in de fault 6 hours. Daniel Hall was fined 2/ in default 3 hours for a similar off'once. The Postmaster General's Depart ment notilied the council on Monday that it was intended to cut or lop trees in Napier, Moreland,. Albert, Gamon, Hyde, and Cowpor streets and the Rail way reserve. In moving the reception of the letter Cr, McDonald said the tr...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHOOTING BIG GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 May 1914

SiILOO'.lNG 131 GAMlE. New Zealand has its deer-shooting; the Northern Territory offers something In the way of buffalo; andt there are various kang. aroo-hunting ground, in New South \Vales but for the rost part .\ustralansia has little to present in th niature of big ?,glue hunt ing. Therclore, an article on the cost of making an excursionl into thie neare?t big gamne ccuntry - that is, Africa-and the methlod the proctedte on arrivint there will be of interest to thuse of our readers whose aumbitions hlie in that direction. Such an article appears in th ile une isse of "Life' just to hand. It is also of interest to general readers, fIr it duescribes the picturesque a, pectls of the counttry, and the prospects that lic in it for the tradler and the hunter. The aulthor of thle airticle--which is the fir t of three --is Mr G. E A.\rchler Russell, a e?ll known Adelaide mian who put in three sitrenuottus and exciting years in miid-Aflrica. 111ts photogrpiphs are excellent. Thlcrc are m...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 May 1914

WHITE SLA VE TIRAFFIUI A ,nt.msage of warning is in this pie tiure, showing the sensational expjosulre of the trallic in Ihuman souls which has been the talk of the wvorld. It will be shown at the Victor Theatre, Footscray, on Monday and Tuesday next, for two nights only. This vital subject has been well hand lIed by tihe famous Nordisk Co. In New York city it is saiil that dur'ing on0e \ ck 150,000 Ipueolde yaw these re mi lrkable pictures. Women wept, incn rose and i 10 outed( their aplplauseO duringll this terrilic e.osulre of the Vice Trust. In addition to above picture, for three nights ending Wednesday, June 3rd, will be screened the great wild animal picture, entitled Amid Ruaging IBeasts, taken in the heart of an African jufigle by the well-known Solig Co.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A LENIENT BENCH. YOUTHS ESCAPE PUNISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 May 1914

A A LENIENT BENCH. YOUTHS ESCAPE. PUNISH:' MENT. At the Sunshine court on Wednes day two youths named Thomas Mil hamn and Oscar Barr were charged with stealing a lady's hand-bag con. taining a purse, hindkerchief and money, on May sand, 'The former pleaded guilty, and the latter guilty of being in his company. Constable Alford prosecuted, the two accused were undefended. Amelia Hobbs, a married woman, residing at Suffolk 'street, Sunshine, stated that on the 22nd inst., about r: p.m.,sheo-was returning home from Melbourne. On the way from the station she sat down to wait for her little girl and put the bag down be side her. She continued the journey for about so yards before remember-, ing she had not the bag, but on sending the little girl back it had dis appeared. The two accused had just passed and thinking they had picked it up she followed them and they ran away.. She. then informed the police. Constable Alford stated that he interviewed Barr who said they pick ed up the bag on...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EMPLOYES CLAIM FOR OVERTIME. REMARKABLE CASE AT SUNSHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 May 1914

EHMPL 0 YES CLAIF 1i I,'Oi OI'EllTI JIlE. IREMARiKABLE CASE AT SUN SHINE. At tihe Sunshine court on Wednesday Crs. G. McKay (chairman), J. 13. Dcr ham and A. Robinson, J.'sP., were oc cupied the whole morning in hearing a case wherein George William Pennell, a member of the same council, and a bone dust nlanufacturer in the shire, was charged with between March 22 and 28, mrlploying T. Alderton at a lower wage than that lixed by \Viages Board determination in the trade. Mr Jones, of Crown Solicilors' ollice, pro sccuted, and MrA. C. Secombalppeared for defendant. The case wiats rather a knotty one as businessmethods appeared to be lax on both sides. Complainant was employed for about 4 months at £2/15/ per week and at the end of that time claimed £19 as overtime. This Pnnemll refused to pay so he went to the Factories' De partment and laid timhe case before the authorities who initiated the prosecu tion. Penncll, in defence, deniel askling complainant to work any overtime, but could...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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