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NEFARIOUS PRACTICE EXPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 June 1914

NEI'.L RIOUS PIRA TICA EX POS E). II is seldom tlal a moving Ipicture is, or should bc, taken seriously; but there is oneC class of picture which should be most seriously contemplated aid that is any sub. jcct which sexposes the underhand villians that are rampant in civilised countries. The piclurein point is " The White Sltve Trafthc " which lay~s bare the tricks of Iur ing young girls Ironl their honlea which they neser see ajgain. An opportunity to witness this remiarkable production is pro s;ented at St. George's Theatre, Yarravlle, next Mondlay and Tuesday when a big pro grainmme of other films will be shown in addition, including two other star sutbjects,

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 June 1914

KING'S BIRTHDAY. Footscray Junior Football Club v. Maddingly Maddingly Park, Baaohus Marah At 3 P m.. P'roceeds in aid of the P'ark Fund. Enjoy your holiday in the Eden of V'ictoria Sec your f?avoritec mcasure strides with the local cighteen and support a deserving object. SPECIAL NOTICBL H.E. Caldecott &-Son No. 86 NICHOLSON STREET, Footacray, Sworn Valuator. l'roperty Salouamen. Money to Loud,, Largo or ijnill Smuns Easy Re-paymentt, Runuts Collected, Insuranceso Etfecteod. Tolenhone-- Footcrav No, :l. ALBERT HOTEL ALBERT ROAD, West Footaoray Albert Ellens [Late with M. A. Jacobson and Co,] Has taken possession of tile above hostelry which has been re-modelled and transformed into an up-to-date and comfortable establish mont. By carefully studying the wants and the convenience of customers and by keeping nothing but the beat brands of wines, aprits, beers and cigars in stock Mr Ellens hIopes to ecure a fair share of patronage, When out West Just Droi in, Printed and publis...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HELP YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 June 1914

HELP YOUR TOWN. 'T'alk about it. Write about it. IIHelp to beautify it. Buy all you can in it. Renemoober that. by assisting trados. Inon youi help the place along, Keep your money in the place. Sell all you cRn arnd h buly ,ll youl can at hono. ''lle men who have invested in htores, workslhops and other business pilaces aro hilding ulp the town, and theoy should bo supported.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTELETS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 June 1914

NOT'LLETS. Tio natrhes. Prahlran to-day. Brunswick on Monlulday. Last Saturday's contest was dis tiiitly noentertaining. Tlhe only bright -pot was tile jinte ? ast.·te',rat'ttd- by the lirst alppearance Of two new men. Tile "good judges," who are said to have great influence witlh the selec tioll collllniittee, were Ilot fa\vourably ilnpressed with either Lawson or Do demaide. According to thenim neither of the two named can be regarded as a foot bailer. They prefer, it is understood, the "lights of other days," such as "Bull' Williamson and Casey, who, likely. etnough, will turil out to be "the .lights that .failed." Footscray.s, experts evidently walnt S _theni footballers ready-made, which accounts for the ,fact that several of the most brilliant footballers ill Mel ioutrllne . to-day, iicluding MeNa :mara (of St. Kilda), H-Ioldenii (of Fitz S ro,), Cavit (of North Melboturne),, Middletoii (of Williamistown), and others, are not-il tile Footscray team, "Players like - Lawson and ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROPOSED CRECHE. ACTION BY MAYORESS PROMISED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 June 1914

PROPOSED IRECHE. ...... + ...... :.o · ACTION BY MIAYORESS PRO MI1SED. . I oolscray ia wakiag up. The gibe hat ia is lacking in enlterprise and public spiri wvill asurcdly be dis apr'd shlorlly. :\An 'vidclnce of this \aI. furanaliheds oil Molday eveninag, whncll, at llac couillcil Incctllig, sug ge.~bialls la aiicaia progress were Illorl12 r leSa cuovertly Iatrodluced. A\nialiga-t tlacsc.sUggesttion wavas onle thlat aall eTort bIe Waade to establiah Scrcllc, or day nursilag home, in Inaotsccray. Cr. J'r OhlInaIa iltaroduccd the naaaer by reaaaarkiaag Ihat lie had I?a?er\ved ;a suggeslioal ia Iae press ta Ia \ was Wll-th Iookilng ilato. It was aIhait a creclc be establishlied, aall thecre \a?ts i doIlbl thlat Iall iistitution of lia) sort was Iaedcd ill Footscray. (l eala, lhear.) It wovald, lie thugl t, h, a stplenlidl wind-up to liS year of ,llica, if Ilhe Mlayor would set theic ball rolliiag alnd 1 acCl'e a creclea for the distriCt, t'r Drew: I aiity stale lthlat tlic' May,?raes ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LACROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 June 1914

L4 OROSSE. 011 Satuay l;t?tt i tlCe IFtot cray vs it tttiievci t K civ.i where, after a hlarld-?o?ullglt I ,atch. , tc' ascured the vcrdict with a majority of three goals, the scores being Kcw to goals, t;ootscray 2' goals. Goal-throwers for 'Footscray: J. Shepherd ::, Scott :.' \. Shepherd, Miller aind Drew. It is gratifying to note that Foot scray ellnlbers collttlnlte to trail +iS siduously, and collseqttently tihey are showitig a marked intprovetentcit in their pIlay. This iafternoon the locals will be " at thome against KIooyotig.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RIFLE NOTES. BY "BULL'S EYE." [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 June 1914

RIFLE NOTES. BY "BULL'S EYE." Footicra3'o clob shoot last Soturday \aa 14 Ihoto at 600 ycrds for the ollu rtauc of tho Trasots, ell'o Trophyl nod elowed that C. Mloore it the wirller with a total of '39 for the 4 bhra ehloots otlt of the 6. tharlir's i, rinca? cry fiofular for ho • of lost ons poirt ill the folr ethoot., J. 2rfrenrer still showed Iws good forlu by securtin the rouoIr-fU pritz, with a total of 2;;6 arlid Ri. Ilnanau'b total..?in 2P55 Ones frluaoing feature abolot tihe differrent;+Taophite is that the roelrhers of tile chlb call Io0[ Illllro tihe alllner unti tle last oarll has iretd thus heeping th1 kehn. neso ill tile difITrernt er eros. Tile bhst, bcoros pot up Satuorday (as .J. Joirt 61.0-it0, C. Moore [,8.12-70, T. MaetertorrU 4.65.-f), C. Sottith h.f0.68), ,. Cropley 90.0.68, J. . , N.ll)orali 63,1,67, \Vo. KRenoedy 61.6.60, Nor. MeIol)oalhl 61.0-67, C. Ilenderaon 7.08-65, 1. M? loEar 53.11-04, J. flastertoori 03.6.62, C. Uptor i9 31-2, J. MeKenry 57.5.06, R. hc...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IVY LODGE, U.A.O.D. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 June 1914

IVY LODGE, U.A.O.D. The half-yearly meeting of the U.A.O.D. Ivy Lodge, No. 5o, was held on Monday evening last. The A.D., IBro. Gee. Edwards, occupied the chair, and there was a fair attend ance of members. The balance sheet was presented and showed the lodge to be in a very flourishing con dition. The D.P., Bro. Ranlkin, in stalled the following officers for the ensuing teru;:--A.D., BroC. Willis; V,A.D., Bro. \V. \Vilson; I.G., Bro. F. Martin ; O.G., Bro Gee. Reed; sec., Bro F1. 1F. Laurie; treas., Bro W. Willis (for the 58th ternm) ; A. D. B'§,, Bros. J. Davey and J. Godfrey; V.A.D.B's., Bro. W. Denton and A. Eeles; pianist, Bro C, WVhitehead; miin. sec. and 1P.C., Bro J. K. Duncan; J.P.A',., Bro Geo. Edwards. The retiring P.A., Bro XV. Thompson, received a vote of thanlks for his ser vices, and will receive the usual di ploma in due course, An official visit will be paid to the Albyn lodge, Brunswick street, Fitzroy, on 'Thurs dclay evening next and the officers are requested to...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUNSHINE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 June 1914

SUNSHINE A CCIDENT. 'lThei oicial report on the railway accident at Suinshijie onii Moniday ilighlt, wheit all engine ran into a train whilst standing at t11e platforlnh is ;as follows:-At about I.15 p.m. on M11onday night, after the a.18 p.lm. down traill frollt Slpelicer-strct to Sunshinc had arrived at the latter station, thie engine was uncoupled for purpose of running round its train to formi the 9.50 p.mn. up train to Mel bourllne; but, as thie result o sllle irregularity in the nmoveen it of thlc engiine, inlstead of rltlllllillg past tilie traiit oit a.i uticouliled line, calie back again oni the same line by which it had travelled fromt its trail, olld collided with tihe vehicles stanidillng at ilhe tlatforn. T'here were about 3o passelttgers iin the train at the tihe of thie mlishap, and the foillowitig cot plained of hiavitng sustaillned inijuries to the extenit show\ it hereutnder:-J. Ma;lollley, 6; Alexatdlra-road, WVest Fooltscray, injury to Iiose; i. 3Bealand, i; atnt...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LODGES & SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 June 1914

LODGES' & SOCIETIES. At tihe meetling of the Loyal Wara- tah Ladies' P.A.P.S. Lodge, No. 10, Sister Mrs. L. Bishop, W.M., assisted by Sister Mrs. Millichip, D.M., pre sided over a splendid attendance of members. Four candidates were ini tihated and instructed by the \V.M;, and three propositions were received. The principal business of the evening Was the election of ofncers:-Wr.M., Sister Mrs. Millichip; P.M., Sister Mrs. L, Bishop; D.M., Sister Miss Arnold; chIjilain, Sister -Miss G. ,Greenwood; secretary, Sister Miss T. 1:. Greenwood: treasurer, Sister Miss C..Smittih assistant secretary, Sister Mrs; L, H. Reynolds; S. Sup., Sister Miss R, Enthrope; J. Sup., Sister Miss B. Aitken; inner guard, Sister Miss Tucker; outer guard, Sister Miss J. Tnlloch, Dual installation of the above and No. 43 brethren elect will take place in St. John's iHall, Pickett. :street, on 17thli June. Brother J. Greenwood; Deputy Grand Master, Sand Brother G. B. Miller. District Installing Master, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 June 1914

RIFLE NOTES. DY "BULL'S EYE." Footscray Rifle Club had a busy day oil Saturday. In addltion to the club shoot for the fifth stage of the President's trophy the final for the V.R.A. and 21 Union medals was also fired ofi and resulted in a J. N, McDonald again coming out on top with a total of sog But having previously won the V.R.A. medal, he is this year entitled to the clasp while the medal goes to thIe next best scorer, 0. Upton, whose total was 205. The 21 Union medal was won by J. 13cr lowitc with a total of 149 (with handicap) out of theo possible 150. It was also decided to shool off the tic for thIe loon yds. Cuning Cup between V. IKennedy and J. McKenry and this was won by the latter, who is still maintaining splendid form,. The best scores for the club shoot was put up by T. Mastertoun 69.1.70, J. Cropley 68.2.70, L. Harrison 67,3.70, Nor, McDonald 67.3.70, C Smith 67.3.70, D. Robinson 62.S,7o, J. lerlowit, 62.7.69, A. Robins)on 59.9.68, J. N. McDonald 65.2 67, A. Macaulay ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOCGER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 June 1914

SOCG'ER. Northumberland and Durham United visited Spotswood last Saturday, and after their good display of the previous wegk, were expcted to do well, though taking the iheld without Marsden. Spotswood wont the toss and set their opponents to play up hill. Immediately alter the kick off, N, and D. got away and had hard lines in not scoring in the first few minutes. The Spotswood backs punted well down the field and the N. and D. defence were greatly worried by the ball which repeatedly bounced over their heads. After about twenty minutes play, the ball screwed off a visiting defender and went into the net. After this N. and D. made great efforts to get oin terms, but found the Spotswood backs too much for them. Then the homesters took command again and increased their lead from a shot by Kilty, Just before half tiime, a penalty was awarded to N. and D., Greaves giving Giberthorpe no chalice. The score at half timewas Spotswood 2, N. and D. I, Alter change of ends, Spotswood con tinu...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTELETS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 June 1914

NOTELETS. Defeat and Victory. Prahran match lost, Brunswick matcl won. Footscray shares with North Alelbourni pride of place on the premiership list. Play like that seen in the last quarte agaipst Brunswick on Mlonday will keel Footscray at the top Continual changing of the team and thi inclusion of footballers who have seen thei best days will have a contrary effect. It cannot be denied that both Casoy ant Williamson have been good footballers. I is quite possible that given further trial: they would do good work and justify thei] inclusion but if new men are to be includ ed it is pref:rable to secure rising football crs. Features of Monday's game agains Brunswick were the brilliant play of Ban bury and the complete return to form o Crouch. Banbury did some remarkabl3 clever things and for once did not overdc his cleverness. Crouch, after his splendid display, may be expecled to render the tean magnificent service in the matches to come Though defeated on Saturday Footscra) played ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. FOOTSCRAY V. PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 June 1914

FOOTBALL. .//-' -4-----, Notes by "hAL? FORWARD." FOOTSCRAY V. PIAHRAN. Supporters left 'rahran last Saturday in aserious frame of mind. Certainly they had witnessed a stirring contest and some of that vigorous but fair style of play, with the ball ever on the move, that is so plea sant to watch, but they also saw Footscray defeated. This, constituting the third de feat, gave cause for reflection. The fact is patent and was recognised on all sides, that the team is detcrioting and is not nearly, on that day's showing, up to premiership stan dard, And rightly or wrongly the majority of supporters attributed this to the selection methods and the inclusion of players who have seen their best days. Two veterans, good little men in their time, in "Bull" Wil liamson, of North Melbourne, and Casey, of South Melbourne, were included. Crad dock, after a three weeks' spell, McClusky, Banbury and Spence re-appeared. Thus for the third consecutive time the team was changed substantially. Smith ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 June 1914

SPECIAL NOTICES. El illllttIIIUIUIIlhiUtUhIII1111111UI Hlih-Grade TAILQRING E to Measure Our Stock of 1 a. Suitings Ei Is exten sive and we will Strive ° to please Sthe most - Fastid ious. MIEE RY - MULDOON S108Nicholson St. footscra' Miss Beatrice I, Johnstone CostIIumiere, Mooechanics' Instituto Buildinns, Nicholson Street, Come at Once ! Our Half-Yearly SALE Is Now On. Saleeba Bros. 8, 5, 7 HOPKINS STREJET FOOTSCRAY. Branches-67 Errol Stroeet, North 1Melbourne & 324 Smith Street Collingwood, 120 Nicholson Street, Pootscray. (next National Bank) Alex. Dohlerty " lots opened as Confectioner and Paatrycoolt Tobarccs, Cigatrs andt Gigirettt. Soft Drinkls ,, Pastry Frthlt Daily. Mechanics' Institute Nicholoon tretUt, Fuottcray, Subceription 2/6 per quarter. Open every even i 7 to 10; aBturday 2 to 5, Library contains over 5000 volumes Scientific, Fictional and ]ofnronce, 'hi Reading Rooms are supplied with the daily and weekly noewpapers, Anstralhan and English illustrated pap...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 June 1914

UEIIiAVEMENT CARDS. The friends of the late Mr John Clark sincerely thank their many friends for kind expressions of sympathy, letters, cards, and floral tributes during their recent sad bo reavemen I 16 Federal st'cev, Footscray, relrpTona : I5 rootscray, tbh Advertiser. PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN, Footscray, Saturday, June 13, 1014.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTSCRAY A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 June 1914

FOOTSCRAY A.N.A. ---------- -- A very enjoyable evenlng was Spent by the -ran ch on Thursday of inst weekl. Ir. G. Moir wats presenlt, to install the newly-olected olcers. At Ith opening of tihe mooting lu wits no. colrdled a hearly weolucom Thirteen Ilmemberlls were aitdiitted, and live pro poslpr received. The following oIlicers \\wor. installed:--resideunt, jT. -lenry; vice-president, 'Id. Yee\\"rs: troninurer, T. Grounds; tero'titdy, A. A. Ley;: is slstiiul Secr(lary, II. DubbIle; colllit lee, .1. M1yall, . I'. Kelly, W. L. Sitelpittll., Z. Glow.\" A. $lellardson; nuditors, J. J. Jlllls, H-. Clounbere; deli-gates to 3ietropolitall Conullu(e, II. Debble, A. A. Ley, J. HIlen-I. Mr. Maoir spoke of the failure of the Exhibition of Education, but pointed to the many other successes of. the Motropolitanu Commlttee Jo ExhibitlIns of Mado in Australin and Exhibitions of Hygiene. Hie said the commlttlo wcre against the wall, anll wore giv lug eovery consideration to different proposals f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 June 1914

'he Council on Tuesday agreed to a number of amnendments in the local building regulations, and these will shortly become operative. From time to time these alterations have been pub lished in The Advertiser, and deal prin cipally with the distance vooden build ings shall be apart from each other and their proximity to the footpath, T'he regulation deals also with wooden buildings transported or removed, and specifies the timbers, etc., used in the construction of new ones, and height of party walls above roof. Verandahs, signs and hoardings come in for a good deal of attention, and rightly so, as Fostscray is a patient sufferer in this respect. For back yards every house hereafter built or rebuilt must have an enclosed back yard, irrespectiveof ofther olen spaces, of at least 2j squares, ex clusive of any building thereon, except in new subdivisions where the minimum must be I1 squares. Stables and work shops also come under review, The regulations as a whole are all improve ment o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 June 1914

HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY The June meeting of this society was held at the Masonie Hlail ou - Tuesday oveninug aInst; Mr. W. II. Lewks (vice-president) in the chair. 'hIero was a fair aLiOeulunco of IoemW hers. t The subject for the evening was a lpapor on "Ilerhiaceous I'Iiints for the Garden" 'by Mr. Cheo. Cooper, the well. known curator of the Alexandra- d aivllnue. Hie explalined vlery fully and explicitly what is acessary' to ensure the hbeo. results with n very large number of pluits, such as dlellhinils, 1 poeruniai phllox, iIsou's, daiiiuis iand s such like, and also dealt wilth soils. Ilo also roead ia lhorlt. but very lustrue tive piper on Iris Kenmferi (Japanese Iris,, and recolunllllded metubers to grow n few a l their gardens, nuot only for their most beautiful shndes of color, but on account of being so easily iuunuaged. A great number or iuies lions were answored satisfactorily, and he wals accorded a hoearty Vote of thillanks onil thie motion of Mr. Iannis tcr and IMr. I...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PUSHING AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 June 1914

PUSHING AHEAD. N lI 'll.S(. N-T I{ EI'l: AS A I'ii' llit ii ll ' t lii ()1( I (li . I ,'A 1i .; I l't ii'' (illllll lll ?i |I I(I ·1 l . ll llw' t ill l 'l tl i : n l ll I) iij'll l .iii' ii i ll ii , .rilt ll+li , i l t, : cml ici l,. l ; imi it, ilig, , ,111111 ' i uill . i . lli1 l 'il l. il,, I 1 ?t ii|l rIII I'I . i I iiC li iii' il llil. i iiiiilll i ? f ilh l ll ' hiir .ll i l il' illllD l hii d. l. -iDllil. lo " l. lii ' ll l N 'lil 1d pro idei: l . IiI . If 'D lillihD id (iwi' t'll l nl'l'd . IIIII, DIYlle' d i'llli lli l'l vI li1 li (ii l. j'l i fi t11c li illy DDi'l'i '.lo " . Dl liii w ould ,il all illrri..ilsi. r Dlirii if) c li Diii' r \v jin h i lllip ro vels i- i |il I II ii i I l', tri l i. ii'ill Iv il in li t Il '. ' iiilli s pil i ng stnillt its' iu illllll.l l ll l r I,, Iha l' ; (l i ,ll il 1 II ) id ic t ii l i.h i ll Jl-i li , wd t llov i i Iink'lin, it i . Ili il WliasIi I ill I w ho 11 i l i Ihitly ill It ll iiil hi ll hl Ill ,, 1l i1 l;.h n , l i ] if iT. ...

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