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FOOTSCRAY AND W'MSTOWN DISTRICT CHURCHES ASSN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 January 1914
JsFOOTSC(lAY AND W'MuSTOWNi DISTRICT CHURCHJIES ASSN. T.ennox street Moth. citt john street Meth, nlast Saturday on the groeled of the former, At the conclusion of the day':; play the scores were as follows t---John st (ist ins.) 5t Salt t., Claringbold S; Miller S for t6, Pattcrson 4 for e6, Andersoe. I for 3 ; Lenllox st (Ilt ins.) I for 145, Combon 72, Webb 3.j, Grhanm to; Giles 3 for 39, \Villiamts a for 24, Parker I for" 7. "The match will be concluded to-day, Hyde street Moth net Williamstown Baptists last Saturday on thie ground of the former. The-following are thie scores:- Hydest. (?a;t ins.) 05, White o Copple stone xx; Wallis 3- for 2, ;ri:gg 5 for 35, I Ogilvio I for eo, Adams I for 32; W'mstn. Bapts. (Ist ins.) 73, Grigg 24, Baker g19; :. Copplestone 7 for 37, L. Copplestn e .1 for 3r. To be cotcludedtltl to-day. St. Luke's met Varravillc Laptists last Saturday on the former's grontd. 'iThe scores, which were very lcyv, are as follows -Yarraville Baptists (lt ins ) 32, ...
CRICKET. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 January 1914
CRIC'KET. NolIS by "COVRi POINT." zsOTICF TO CORRESPOVNDIAVTS, &e. (The Editor will be glad to inoert ilt th.. rolun reports of r/hie doings of local spaor is;i institulions Iproviding they are consiselh sI'it/en and, in the case ,f matches playedl osi Ithe previoius Safrsidal,, that the, amre I/,slgcd at the Adl?,erlisoe O iice ,iot lal/e thian Tuisdav in each weekJ IcOOTSCIHAY v COlUAJIc,;. 'lhe first eleven cotmmenced their match at the \Vestcern reserve ;iid :it the call of timlcthei scores were I'oolscray 184;,' Coburg 3 for 37. Johanson and O'ShanlltOessy were the opeling batstncn for the locals anct bothl started well, but whein the latter had ) agf.inist his nhate hie was bowled iby Lettch. ;leoont joilned Johansoni and IruL?:s contiltn cit to ctune pretty freely bunl wheni Joihain son had iiiode 20 he was caught fy Hnnt inigton off Lctch. XV Iccids was nost atnd after Illnbllllg I \ ia i Inl Oitl. I.ilhrry atnd Of'lrien taileld Ito sciie nitd the 11ev. J. Robertsoli...
WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 January 1914
:? ISE AND OTHERWISE. It's a short worm that has no turn tag. "Pa, have you beccn up much in air ships?" "No, never. Why do you' ask?" "I heard ma tell auntie you were once quite a high flyer." Iodger: "'[ shall have to owe you my rent this week." Landlady: "That's \\ hat you said last week." Lodger: "Well, didn't I keep my word ?" "I see you have only one chair in -the kitchen, Mary. I must get an other one for you." "You needn't mind, ma'am. I have none but gen tlenmen callers." Lady: "My cooking always tastes so good to you, and it never suits my husband at all.'! Beggar: "Well, why don't you get a divorce and marry me?" "Miss Bright,"' whispered Miss Gaussip, "can you keep a secret?" "Yes," replied Miss Bright, alen whis pering; "I can keep one as well as you can." * * * * * Teacher (angrily) : "Why donl't you answer the qutetion, Bobby?" llis brother Tonmmy (answering for him) : "Please, sir, he's got a peppermint in his speech." "I have no luck," complained Mrs. De Style, "at ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 January 1914
. jCAl.N.OTIi .. - .. .,.. . Stocta1ki.ng Sale ft 3or g as' ' Bargains are being constantly Men's White Mercerised Shirts, thrown out in all ldepartments - collar and pocket, r/6d ; usually 1/11 Our Manchester Remnants are Men's Flannel Unders, full size, being sold at half marked 216 ; usually 2/i prices Men's Cotton Tweed Trousers, Linos, Carpets, and Furnish- 3/6; worth 4/6 ings are marked at least ir. S.S,S. Drill Sailor Suits, 3/1I; per cent below ordinary prices worth ,/i i and should be seen before All sizes, with lined kInickers, purchasing elsewhere trimmed and donile coillr. C. FORGE, itNWCHOHOLSON ;STREE'T, FOOTSCIRAY. o sýs-sir SPEGIAL DISPLAY OF Summer Shirts and lHats AT THE SMART HAT SHOP [ 1F i. I lI Telorhon: 9.09 Foot cray T7_I 000001 l00 001 NEW SIRING GOODS being opened every day. All the latest shapes in Java, Tagel, Pedal, and Chip. Beautiful colorings Ribbons, Grasses, Feather and Spray Mounts at Right Prices. ---- .--, all T isses CLARKE and SMITH, Paiioy B3u...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 January 1914
MARRiAGE BIRKILL - TURNER On December 2oth, at 17 Princess Street, Seddon, by the Rev. Chas Strong, D.D., of Australian Church, James Reginald, eldest son of Mr and Mrs E. J. Birkill, of Sheppard Street, Footscray, to Gladys Violet, second daugh- ter of Mr and Mrs A. Turner, of Princess- Street Seddon.
A GOOD EXERCISE FOR THE BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 January 1914
A GOOD EXERCISE FOR THE BACK. A good exercise for the spinal muscles consists of the following movemonts:—Stand erect, with the feet, together, and rise upon the toes, then gradually sink down by bend- ing the knees until the thigh and calf are doubled upon each other. The trunuk should be erect, all the time, and especial attention paid to the spine, keeping it straight. If a person will remove the clothing and hang by the arms, all tension is removed from the spine, and a second person can determine if the spinal curvature can be removed or &nbsp; not. If, when hanging in this posi- tion, the spine is straight, there is no reason why it cannot be cured, but if it is crooked when hanging, &nbsp; there is little hope of doing more than keeping it from growing worse, and this is very important. In the &nbsp; department of medico-gymnastics in &nbsp; a large gymnasium, this is the way they examine such cases. A teacher says:—"Any movements which do not ...
SWIMMING NOTES. OPENING OF NEW CLUB HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 January 1914
SWIMMING NOTES. OPUINING OF NW\V CLUB IILOlTSE?. 'IThe Hiuon. W. II. Iiclding, ,i L.., will olficially open Ilhe new club hou:se, -lope toun bridge, Iootscray, assisted by the Mayor and Mayoric?s ;and councillors of the city on Monlday next (A.NA. Day) at to a.lll Scvcral events will be competed for. The Annual Carnival will be held on Saturday, -2st i'eby., whell a Lrecord entry of competitors and a large attendance of patrons' is a;nticipated.
RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 January 1914
RIFLE NOTES. 13Y "IIULLT'S EYE." FIootscray's shoot last Saturday' was a 00o and 60oo yards in the 21 Union quart ly matchos, five teams of Live rcpresent the local club. Thte C tcam with a has capl of 25 caime out on topt with a tot 333. A team next with 317, IL- team 31t team ti2, and t) team 3t1. Thc best dividutal scores at the o500 yds mark w T. Alastertoun, L,. Harrison, A. J. Alcl)ol aid and \V. Kennedy, who only got one out of the black, and at 6oo yds thle best were I larrisou ~3, Smith 32, and A J. McDonald T. lastertoun andt IK. Mceliclry ?i each. There will be no club shoot to-day but targets will be available for practice o\r e the 300, 500 and 600oo yards range
WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. ANNIVERSARY DAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 January 1914
JVILLIAMASTO WA RA ES. ANNIVERSARY DAY MEETING. The Foundation Day mLCeting of the \Villiamstown Racing Cllh will be held on Monday next, Januaty 26th, when ani in teresting programme of 'six events will he provided. This listure is always a popular onc and given fine weather there should be a large attendance. As usual the course and surroundings ate III splendid order and a successful gathering should cventuatlc. Following is the order of running: Hurdle Race, Maiden Plate Foundation Day Cup, Steeplechase, Anniveirsary Han dicap, and Welter Handicap. 'I'he principal event is the Founldatlion Day Cup, of 40) sovs., andl the entrants in clude Atiira (winner of the VA.T.C, .unni versary Handicap), St. Vano (winner of the Ilagot Handicap), Gladwyn and l)ialh The first race starts at 2 o'clotk land special trains, stopping at Footscray and I Newport, run direct to the course,
YARRAVILLE v RICHMOND CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 January 1914
YARI?AVILI.E v RICHIMUND (ITV. Qn Saturday last Yarravillc concluded their match with lichmond City at' Rich mond and won comfortably by 91 runs oni the first innings. On the first day the " Souoh \arders " had compiled the respectable total of 236 and disposed of the City men for 22 runs. On continuing Richmond obtained .1.5 be fore they were disposed of. and being over So runs in arrears had to follow on, and had lost I for .12 at call of time A feature of the match wan the fielding of Stephens for Yarraville. Five excellent catches were taken by him, The brunt of the bowling was done by Norris who obtained .) for c2 and Goodwin .I for 72. To-day all V.J.C,A. ist grade competi tion matches are oil to allow of a represen tative team playing Melbourne on Scotch C.ollege ground and interest locally should be ccntred round the doings of F. Stewart and L. Beck who are to uphold Yarravillo':. honur in the representative team. Next Saturday Yarraville play Middle 'ark, last year's runner...
HEALTH IN THE HOME. HINTS FOR THE SICK ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 January 1914
HEALTiH IN THE I10OMB, HINTS FOR THE SICK ROOM. As hot milk tends to form a scum over the surface on short notice, it is well to whip it quickly for a mo ment with an egg beater and keep it tightly covered; and simmer for five minutes. In serving food to the invalid see that the napkin is fresh, the spoon bright, and the water clear, and the food dainty. Use your best china, and place a blossom or a leaf on the tray. Never serve food to an invalid lukewarm; never serve it twice in exactly the same manlner. \Vlhen vomiting oc curs peptonised or pancreatinised m-ilk ran be given. Mlilk usually leaves a coating in tile mouth ; a few teaspoonfuls of weak tea taken a;f terwards will Ieave a clean taste in thIe mouthI. Emaciated persons should be rubbed with olive oil; and it ofllen proves aecceptable when the skini is dry from fever. The juice of an orange can often be retained on the stomach when all other things fail; mixed with a little rice it will be grateful to a parched tongtue. R...
BRAYBROOK RATE. INCREASED TO 1/6. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 January 1914
BAHAYBHOOK N4.'.'.7i. INCREASED TO I/6. When the question of the rate for the ensuing year was brought forward at the Braybrook council meeting on Mon day. Cr Pennell moved that a rate of 1/6 in the . be struck. That would re turn X£4,206 and would mean that after paying the overdraft and ordinary ox penses, the council would havu about £700 for new works. Cr Robinson seconded the motion. The president said that if the coun cil increased its rate it would be on titled to a bigger subsidy from the Government. The Southern riding should support the I/6 rate, as they could not carry that ridine on their back. If the council had spent more money in Sunshine Inat year they would have had less sickness. The River and Railway ridings had their valuations increased almost double, but they did not complain. Cr Opie-There is a vast difference between broad acres and residential areas. We have to got our living off the land. Cr Hopkins .niil ti h Nrth :nd South ridings could (I .,. z, i a I':;...
CRICKET. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS, &c. (The Editor will be glad to insert in this column reports of the doings of local sporting institutions providing they are consisely written and, in the case of matches played on the previous Saturday, that they are lodged at the Advertiser Office not later than Tuesday in each week.) FOOTSCRAY v COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 January 1914
CRICKET. ------4-- Notes by "COVER POINT." NOOTICR TO CORRESPONDEI"VTS, i r. (The .ditor will be glad to insei/ in this Scolumni reports of the doings of Io al sport. tug instlitutions providiingthey are ion.isely wri//tten and, in the case of matches played on the previous Saturday, that they) a"r lodged at the Advertiser Office not lateI than Tuesday it cach reek.) FOOTSUl&lt;AY v COl3URt;. The first eleven finished their match at the Western reserve last Saturday in beautiful weather. It is pleasing to note the interest cricket enthusiasts are taking in the local turf club there being quite a crowd at the match, and some good htltuor ed barracking went on. Coburg, who had lost 3 for 37 against Footscray's score of 184, continued batting to the bowling of Johansen and Grtnden, but owing to the correctness of the bowling runs came very slowly. After bowling 5 over for 9 runs, Grunden was relieved by Lol'c)y. Coburg did not ::cen to be at home to Johanscn's bowling and the s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 January 1914
FRISII r;K?I AS A TONIC. Let me inpress upon you the value of fresh air and sunshine as being an invigorating tonic to the liver and to the whole system, says the \writer of "How to Keep the Liver Healthy." You can cat too .nlich rich food, and, as a result, Ssuiffer from an excess of bile, or some other liver ailment; but you cannot possibly have an excess of those two life-reneving elements, air anid sunshine. Open your sitting room and bedruoom windows, then, if you are ill the habit o" keeping them closed. Open them a little way at first, then a trille wider, then quite wide, and let the fresh br'ee blow in. SUBSCRIBERS to "THE ADVER TISER " experiencing any difficulty in ob taining their paper will oblige by communi datiag with the publisher of " The Adver daer," 35 Nicholson street, Footscray, Tel 'ootecray S1. xt4:olillc~ls. F rtIstic & Coiiierclal. 'ru4rarmcs Puste~rs 'Phonu 5t J ootscray. CPasor The Advertiser Printing Works, fo,!ray. J. JAMIESON, i. (roprlotor. Mes...
BRAYBROOK VALUATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 January 1914
BRA YB.ROOK VA?UA TIOnn The new valuation of properties in the shire of Braybrook amounts to £56,084, an increase of £18,000 on the last valuation. The new valuation is made up as follows :-Railway riding, new valuation, £20,877, old valuation, £12,023; River, new, £14,851, old, £8,958; Northern, new, £14,634, old, £12,144 ; Southern, new, £5,722, old, £4,85.1
A TRUE AUSTRALASIAN MAGAZINE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 January 1914
A TRUE A USTRALASIAN MAGAZINE. The February issue of "Life" is the breezi est and most widely representative number of this popular Australasian magazine we have seen. The frontispiece depicts a series of adventures with a kangaroo on a way back station in New South \Vales; a railway president in a stirring sketch shows how the breakdown gang of a great railway ?ss tens works; Mr A. II. tE. 7Mattingley, the premier nature photographer of Australia, outlines in a :.uccesion of wonderful pen and camera pictures the life-story of the penguin; Mr (Carlyle Sut,¢he swrite:, a vigor. ol:, article on Australit as a colonising power, and an anonynto:ts writer criticise: freely the administration of the Northern Territory. Of course, Nri., litchett handles, the politi ca;t history ro Au:itralia and New Zealand for the past month in his uisual masterly fahiotn. Event the instalment of lack l.ondon's :.erial :tory.', "The Valley of the Moon,"' dcal with the adventures of a couple who are seekin...
Pounded Cheese. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 January 1914
Pounded Choose. This is an excellent method to adopt for the utilising of any pieces of rheese which have become too dryl oi unsightly to serve in their origi nul form. Put the pieces, say half a I.ound, into a mortar with a teaspoon. ful of made mustard, an equal quan tily of fine white sugar and a good seasoning of either cayenne, curry powder, or anchovy essence. Pound thtb whole to a smooth paste, moisten with butter, slightly melted, and then press the mixture into small jars; cover with a thin layer of clarified buttert, tie a thick paper over the top, and store in a cool place until re quited. When prepared in this way cheese will remain good for several weeks, and will often prove a great help to the housewife when there comes an unexpected demand for a dainty little dish at short notice. Serve it thinly spread upon pieces of crisp, cold toast, or, better still, up on daintily-prepared croutons which have been fried until richly browned.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 January 1914
SIPECIAL NOTICES - The Pioneers in- BOOT VALUES Nlowhere is to be found anything like the Quality and the Un -to-dat Fashions as offered by us. -: -A TRIAL \VII. CONVINCE..-- WANN'S Shoe Stores WANN'S CORNER,....... Nicholson & Barkly Sts, Footscray Photle Footscray 235J Also 17o Swan Strcct, Richmond. Phone Windsor 1892 The Palace of Dainty Sweets - 25 Barkly Street, Footscray, IS NOW OPEN with a Nicely Assorted Stock of Choice Confectionery and Fancy Chocolates. Try Our " Unrivalled" Theatre Box of Sweets. Importer and Manufacturer. Have you tried STEWART S It is Delioious, Try one to day. Splendid Cure for Indigestion. Price 3d per loaf. ASPHALTi NG ! DONE BY MORAN'S STONE ,C.dRUSHER, Nicholson Street, Footscray. Tel, 218. Trade Supplied. Work Guasranteed. I ON NATURE'S L ANES SBeecham's Pills perform their healthful work-gently, R I soothingly, yet withal thoroughly, until the whole k d system is benefited. Being perfectly safe for young i and old and compounded only fro...
FOOTBALL MANAGEMENT. To the Editor of THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 January 1914
FOOTBALL MANAGEMENT. TLo lhe Editor of Tile ,ADVERTISER. Sir.-My attention has been drawn to a lengthy paragraph which appeared in your last issue relating to the " threatened " re tiremnent of the Footscray Football Club's executive that had previously been read in metropolitan papers. The excuse there set forth that we were disheartened for want of support is all wrong, the real catue being no other than pressure of private duties, which, so far as I anm concerned, makes it all too much for tme to do the club justice. I understand that ir t ;reenwood and iMr Turner are both similarly situated. I take exceptionl, however, to some of the remarks contained in your paragraph wherein the officers are openly attacked for paying "sonme players ntore than would have been paid by any other club in the Association." For being able to control (or maybe-like ourselves-endeavoring to control) the XVil liamnstown Club is cited as an instance of economy on "a third" of Footscray's man agement, b...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 January 1914
It is a sad rellection, but nevertheless true, that during the Ilst two years or :io, dating back to the introduction of the local system of municipal electric lighting, the Iootscray council has done practically nothing of a progressive character. It cannot be said that dur ing that period any work has been undertaken or accomplished that will cause lany councillor or councillors to be remembered in years to come and it is a pity to set years rolling by in that way. Every yea: should see something attempted, something done. Previous to the time referred to several notable works were carried out. New stations were secured with the co operation of councillors and citizens, the electric light system was intro duced ; the stand at the Western re serve was erected ; blind streets were transformed into through thoroughfares but now, with record revenues the city appears to simply worry along, main taining more or less effectively what it po:sesses, but making no substantial I nprovement ...