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CROWING ROOSTERS. SHATTERS NERVES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914
'CROWING ROOSTERS. SIHATTIiRS NEIVES. A. corlesponldentll colnilanlled to the ,'oot'craly Council on Monday that a neighlbor leplt fowli in a front garden (121't. x 2Oft.). She referred to "tlhe greaut fo?l nulisauco"; anld there was no lusa thanll 30 fowls at the place, and the crowing of the roosters had coin plelely shattered hcr uerves, and talt od 1n conclus[ion that sihe iwasi a Very old rt.olpayer, rt'. ShilIla.beer; I move that lthe le.t Lerl Ihe received and reft'erred to Ilh ''L'owl Continlltec." (loud laughter.) Cr. Drew; I do not think this is a laughlng matter at all. The crowing must ,be a ntulaunco. t do not mind ayIving, Inotwit.hstanlldialg, that I have recelved at good mIllany uknocks over the proposed fowl area. The inspeel'or, onil belng referred Ito, said Ihat the houll?'e lwa 33 feetl awaily ''from thie lowls, and lie did not. uon a?lo r the cI? pollillnltl, ju?lilllled . T?le litter \vas received, nuld it was decided that no action be takon.
GUILD OF PLAY. A START TO BE MADE IN FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914
'UILD OF PILA Y. A $TAIT TO I.1O MADE IN i'OOTITSIiAY, U11 .'loilitiy uveninitg a deplitatiiou, ctlsistillg of ullcllbers of ithu Foot "Cray b1uncllh of the Australnll omeltl lsl Associa it loll, a ]compa itid by .Al's. Al.\reti Deakill, LDr. Nol'lrmanI Gibbs (miclubers of thi CGuild of ilay), anid Mis s Madeline Murr''ay (tr'll'urer), ailed oil t(110 Footsr'l y ('ouncil, 't u i sought theiir CO-ope'llra itoi ill thI "(anier of pr'oviding Suit able phiy' ulyn'lds for' fil little hill drou. ..T?ihe xcttl'tit? ulticer's of1 tie t(itrd of Play lare:-l'reshidntl, Ur. D. V. lHenessy (Lord Mayor); l ice-presi dent, 110n. All'redti Delakin; traisurer, Miss Al adelitle Murray; tecret ary, ,irs. iterbert Brookes; provisioiial executive collluiittec, Mirs. lenrtly illlrper, Mrs. J. McLean, Mrts. Moss, Mrs. W'. Itogers, Air. T. F. lrellnllan, ,1r. II. 11. lBrookes, 3Mr. W. Thorn, Mr. II. S. Wood, Miss Ei. Sinolls. The purposo of the Association is To cucouralge the formation of play grounds in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914
If itB: a GOOD PAIR of S1OES yoere looking for, Call at SWANN'S corner of SHOE STORES. NICHOLSON & BARKLY STS. They will Serve you Well, And at Swan Street, Richmond; 60 PuolkleStreet, AMoonee Ponds ; 79 Sydney Roiid, Brunswick. WE WANT YOUR TRADE ! PU NSHON 0., (Evan Rees) Will these Prices tempt you ? Our Special Assortcd bliscuits, 6d lb, SQur' Afternoon A ssorted Biscuits, x/- lb... . Arnott's Milk Arrowroot, for Baby, gd lb Broken Biscuits, 3d lb., 31lbs for 8jd Dog's Bread ad plain; 4d meat Prunes, 9gd. Dates, 3.d. Dried Apricots, Io}, 112 Leggo's Tomato Soup, 6d tin. Quarts Worcest. Sauce 6.1d Call and see ourDairy Produce Department, everything you want, Butter, Bacon, Fritz, Pigs Cheeks and Hocks. Our Ironm3ngery ani Glassware Departmsent is stozked with everything you require, Kindly give a look in and inspect, Look out for the Name : 'Phone Central 860, NICHOLSON STREET, FOOTSCRAY, You will a New Suit and an Overcoat for the Winter and you cannot do better than le...
MAIDSTONE NOTES. PUBLIC VACCINATOR APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914
M/A IJST'O.NE NOTES. L'UIJILL \ACCINA'.TOI Al' I'OINTED, O\\ilg o representatiols Illldtt by Mir. (.. . \arde, Mi.L.A,., and t.ho I l'nilylroolk (ouliici, tile State Govern Illell aluthorities recently appoluted the local postimater (Mr. W. D. Stludld) a registrar of births and deathis for thie districts of liraybrook, IMaidstono and Maribyrnong. On taking oflice, the registrar found that. no proper vacclnatloll facilities wv'ru provided for th. disl let, and hie conllulnlliicaited with thle Jioard of 'Publlc Ilealth, requesting that a pub lie vaccinator be appolnted. As a re tuilt of his efforts, he received a reply oni Friday last from the IlPublie Health Cleparlmlnt, giv'ing hint autihoeily to nllitce i'rra;llgecllleIls with the public vaccinator at Sunshine (Dr. IolII Adanmson), to effect public vaccina tions 111 the listrict, with sMaidstonei us Ithe heltadquarters. 'There Is nlot a very hopeful poslpect of Maldstone getting a justice of the peace appointed. A letter has been r...
COUNCIL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914
'O UN'IL NOT'ES. 'The Iolllowil g is ;u PiLitOllle of corl'.silolldenltce delllt with at Lthe Ilcltllg of the F1'ootseray CouncIl 0o Monday last: Theo Iootscrny Scottishl Thistle C'lub Invited the mayor and counlcl lors to concert on 17th lust. at Iloyal HIall. .[aihria Byrno chiluled amount duo to the ateo Tlhouts Pierce. for stono ibracklug.-To be pald. 'The Ihtilway Dopartment notified that tile dranllge .at the approachl to station has beeon renmodled.-Received. Tho IInrbor Trust Commisslonors notified that thd'offer of the couucil, re olectrical energy, has boon accept ed.-Rocoved, - *!Tho Melbourne OCity Couucil stated that it is willing to loud- thu HI.T. cable as- desired.-Itocelved. -Molb, tild Met. floard of Workls, list. of hollses sowered. W. Angllss and Co, PIty. Ltd., do sirtlg the construction of the east and of Nowoll-stroet,-Itoferrod to the surveyor. rThe Maizo Products Pty, Ltd., drawing attention to the condition of Maribyrnong-street,. and desiring chan n1ol con...
YARRAVILLE SHOOTING CASE. PATERSON CONVICTED ON MINOR COUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914
YAIRRA VILLE S'HOO' INQG CASE.' 1'ATE I SON UONVICTEID ON MINORL COUNT. The concluding st?ges in kh'o case lit wucllh Tbomut?s Patorsoll was charged with hitviug shot att his wife with intent to murder her were reach* cdlat the Oriminal Sessions on Tues tcall by .the Footscray uench, had been living uapart from his wife, ind that after falling to el'fect it. recon clliatlon he went to his wife's house ttfter midnight, discharged a revolver at .her, and escaped. The story of accused's sensational arrest on .board the barque, .iillarney, at Cuming, Smith and Co.'s wharf, was also told iu detail, while additional evidence was given by- Alexander Allen, a Sugar Works employe, that he wrote a note to Mrs. Paterson at accused's dictation,, asking her to let bygones be, bygones, and concluding with the words: "For God's sko writeo it favorable -answer," Ie 'delivvorod the note, and told accused on hi return he had not booeen able to do any good witll Mrs. Paterson, Accused,. who conducted ...
SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914
SUCORSSFUL STUDENTS. -- is - I. ls-W lISle Davies, teacher of phtillofoite, cie., IhinS ig ii lld llit llnli cid liher.Iel by lher pupils' scelcI ssei C A.\. lhe I'.?cellnl. uexa llnltliolls held by (lie 3Ilueiifl Society of Vlcltorii ill thle cnndallnles prc8Aielcd by Miss Daivies pil'sCed, scve "ill g;ilIIIi hlooriYS i. J'ohllows: Tnterinedl l.-- IlHrlIIony niil T'lieory -IIonors.; Sln1111 SydclllhIllII, Il'e Ienll ity--er.slfl 'hiompsoIn, Iditli .~Wil?son, I ndy.s (coinhIeIren. I'PriItit DurIt 'r'er, Pret'Ollhratory-Pnl'rict'ii Ivy IRogers. TIllor'y-Ifonorlfl I vy loiers. fnass-Doris Tcr . Elsil Lowe.
NOXIOUS TRADES. THE PROPOSED BY-LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914
NOXIOUS TRADES. . TIIE I'Vl.U'OSIULD BYU-LAW\V On a colmunuiction being -mend from the Boird of Health at the meet Jug of the l'ootscray Council, Or. .X'Donald, in moving the reception of. the letter, said that it was useless for the Footscray Council to draw up regulations until the Melbourne City Council took steps to do the saume. r'. Pe'arce: 1 undorstand'. that the Board - intends irosecuting every municipality, including Melbourno, that does not take stops to frame a by-law to regulate theose tradew. Cr. 3M'Donald: .We can 1.o nothing until the City Council moves in the matter. The ltter was smlilly recelved.
ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914
1 O)WING. Next S?alturdllly tile preseLntl rowing sonIOUr will coime to a conclusion.l, The Foolserly Club will ring down thll cullrtin on I auccessful. year by holding their I?st club race, a four olrced race, for trophiewi kindly donated by Mr Alex. Clarke, '.Theo lnal event. for i1ho Ialndicap sculls, held recelntly, will be rowed this week-end, The contestalnts ilre: C. .loniol, le"iccs.; E. Louis, 7cc. As both these scullers can now ra1nk siH first-ratll', a good conlteslt alould be witnescd, LI t Saturday 1 lieiuberl of Iihe local club lourneyed to Mnrlbyrnull by molor Iullcllch to the annulll foot bllll maltI bl.etween the Essellnlol "l1d f,l-oot?ecriy Cluls. A\fter a very llntecrestinlg geinc, the locals '1111 outiln. whiners by 7 goals. Scores:--loot erlay, 10,ll; lseundonI, 3l.. (Ial kicklers: .(I, Sheppardil (2), .\, iiSparks?? (2), J. Doilollue (2), J. Ilrierly, T. Cook, B, Sheplpard and C.? Mouicl.
FOR LADIES ONLY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914
FOR LADIES ONLY. 4--9-- ThIe inual dallceC for "lidies only," under Ilte ullpldites of the "Footlcri'y .\.W.A., \\as held in thllo RoIyal Hall, and was, as usual, a great success. Much originality was ahow\ in the choice of costumes, and the task of judging was by no lnlullCau aln olasy one. Tlhe muayoress- (1rs. Drew), 1Mrs. Taylor and tMrs. TheIlkeld, of me board of directors, acted as judges, and are to beo congratulated upon their choice, Each prizeo-win aer was heartily cheored by the dancors.
TRUANCY CASES. SCHOOL FOR BACKWARD SCHOLARS NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914
ITRUANCY OASES. SC0OO1 IFO I3 BACKW1ARD SCIIOLAT NEEDED, " A numire' of parents was sum-. tuoaed to applear before Monday's court for failing to send their chll dreC to school. C V1hen Carl Tafty was called, he came forward, and. with strong German accen't, comI nllenced to explain. It was obvious that lie dill not think he should have been11 .summoned, lid lie was soon1 so excited that it was with dlclilculty he could beo utlndertood, Defendant stalted that his son was not lit to go to school, as he was sltfering fioni tile ffectl of itls, iind hld beenl sellt to the countvry. luspector .aabbit said the ,boy had not attended during the weeks end Ing 10th and 4.tilh May. The father had said the boy was attending the school at 1Wandin. That school was conlllillluicated with, and tile re'ly stnted that the boy had not been near tIlhe school. The lad had hIis head Ili ulred by a kick from a horse, and wlint ess suggested that Dr. HaIIrvey Sutton should examuino hinh, This was doln, wit...
STATE SCHOOL 253. CARETAKER'S COTTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914
STATE SCHOOL 253. CA ItET.AKEItR' COTTAGE. Mr. Whitchend (City Inapector) ro porled ilhlt hoe hull Inspected the ceretliker's r'os(ldence antied" surroulnd ings ii the Geeelong-r'oud school,-_lnul they were fill' froum sltisfactory, Cr. Johnson stlated thnt (here were nlo sun 1lilry. conlveoltielles, The lllnspectorl wlu inll.tlIIruCted (t I'or'Wlrd Ithe repulrt on to the Edenlui ioll Depal'rtmlunllt Iland tile lmenlberst for th11e distlrlct, OTHIER COM1PhLoAINTS. Mr, A. Robertson comullulued to the council of the conldition of it skltllioII room lt.lthe rI'ei of the Plresbyterhlul school, Biirkly-s?treel, used by the Eduiluitlon - Dpelpirtllmenlt in connlction wiII Stllle school No. 251. lie stited thii 11t wasl dirty ianld drauighty. Cr,. LPearce uiitd thie school was overcrowded, nliid Ithe plnee shllold be colludemnllled. le I ovellld thtil. itie olmplninllt be referIed tou tle le IIillt olticer for report, - -ld this was aigreeld to. Cr, Jolhnlsoln sted l liant the school Unill...
ELECTRIC LIGHT. THE SWING BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914
ELEC7 TRIC LIGHT. TIHE SWING BRIDGE. On Monday hinst tile Melbourne lilUrbor Trul. Colnlllssionerts notitled Ithe ooterl.ly (Coulcil that they were agreeable to thli e I l'nts offered for thle ol?llniig liad closiing of lie swIIIg Hridge, viz.: £12 f pl, r l iIlninil and 2d. per unit; anld for light inlg the whOllves, Ol. p1er 1 un11 for Lnaxllitll i ih aiii iii for Ii hiolirs i ci, inuinthl, hnud ad pe] r lin for 1the rel ining enllergy. UNIDAl) AC(2COUNTS. qThe superellllldent (M1r", CI(l'nlody) said his depa(hl rtle'l nt ha] l th 1 1 .stiun of ,12 ,/;1, on lt h Iil Oding, £t2 of which wasii bai or doubtfiil, anld hIe lsuggest od llllillhlg h aSl c1c(o 11n s It(o the handsl of a diebi-collecting agelncy. They hadi 1701) consllllel'rs, andl It wils tll p.ssible to liIIIl Ili de|l'iil erl',s. Sev0 ral of thlie on lihe ist hald litlhe Tor ( s.M, i'?'ec fIllnd Mhillhlbeer sIugg(est Cit that in thle case of IInew lonstiners ( sII n , I quallill o IIthe vaiuo of the li) proxi ili co'isu...
EARLY MORNING FIRE. PONY ROASTED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914
EARLY MOR?1IAT FIRE. I'UNY 1liOA5''LI) 'LI IIE.\llI, A 'lire bioke out iIIIa t AN.,A.1 \\""t l"oolscai.iy, It C(oopea'lgC ii~iilvi by .Ai'. ii. W. I'oiinvl, lit 2-.18 o'cloc'k on 'L'Uaiitlii iiortiilng; wllii sec'U by a coiistiilelc, wh'lo lit 0)ncc gave ' was11 11 hiopec of' cciiviig cillici'ild Illy;. Ill' .onitenlts,l Tliie itcal l~i_.llai tic lo. .i 'Iliclli '~ nIII h iciojiii;igv lias ill lull llaine 11, six (~unven'iii'ullg Il bob' outicglasic ahs $laiclci-Oillcciv \l anger' and loll nicint Icciauil' flet l'iiulsc'icy lijil \i-clldvillie biiigciad.' liii''r able Ic icil" th iloitlliug: bill II cica, diii cXI 'utii'y t'lose' eill, lid thei hull lutg and( scuic.' lhiul ot I Ii' sidfu oii ilhe blcillltii Amonuiugsl lilc llccli'uly iidc,'~yac wsa pottyu andi jlinkeri. liie lplcihciy ofi .\li'. Fliank Iliigg'hcu 'lui pccciy OdINS Oliukl in lilt- stalulh, adliii)re huullus 01'f I lit uilfol'tiunuilc Rilullli WL'Ire l'ulluii uaficv..arils, hItlcicily rosiill ad 'Ilun'e \\'1+ n~ii clh...
FOOTSCRAY A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914
FOOTSORAY A.N.A. Footscray branch A.N.A held a very suc cessful meeting on Thursday, President J. Hecnry in the chair. Circulars were recei ved from thie Board with regard to child ren's playgrounds and the Forest Guild. The A N.A sent a circular with regard to the formation of a creche in Footscray. Messrs. Yewers, Ley and Kelly were ap pointed delegates to attend a meeting. Nine members were elected and introduced by the president and thirteen proposals recei ved, The half-yearly report showed a net increase of 17 members and in funds of over GK45o.
"HIS YOUNG LADY'S RELIGION." [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914
' HIS YOUNG LADY'S RELIGION. " Interest was displayed in a case at Thurs day's court in which a young man named Jack Munro was charged with unlawfully assaulting a married woman named Annie Stevens. Mr D1. C. I.evy appeared for complainant, AIr Secomb for defendant, Complainant's story was that on the pre vious Friday evening in Nicholson street defendant, with his young lady, passed her, grimaced at her, tcok oft his hat in an in sulting manner and " waggled his coat tails at her. She ran after him, asked him what he meant by it and whether he was a man or a mongrel, and defendant then struck her three times over the eye. Ella Burke, complainant's sister, gave similar evidence, In cross-examination in statements for the defence, it was stated that Vera Malao ney, defendant's young lady, was complain ant's coutsin, that they objected to her mar rying defendant unless the latter changed his religion; that Mrs Stevens had said alse would shoot Miss Maloncy if she did marry him, and th...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914
FOOTJBAL1L. Roes by "hAWu IgWaWg ltecaut victories over North Mel bourne and other leading clubs mlade Port Melbourne holeful, if not conli dent, of beating i,'ooltcray on the Port Melbourne groulnd last aSaturday. By the Caine token supporters of the Foot - cray Club were anxious. It is re cognulsd that f'.orts, 'becaulsc of their vigor and force, are alw\\ays t hard nut to crack on their ownt ground, and with two plalyers like Lawsou and Crouch unable to appear tihriough jullr'les', defeat was regarded aita pus sibillity. Eidrldge and Pain took tile pilaces of the two llayers ualied as absentees, and, after the llrst quarter, so well did the tricolors perform, the issue never really seemCed in doubt. 'I'ough Neilson, easily the most con sistent performer lu the tean, was £oi' once a little below his usual dash ing, form, plractically every muan on the sido did his part, and did it well. There was a seriousness about their efforts that showed that the players were alive to the impo...
PROPOSED CRECHE. EARLY EFFORT TO BE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914
PROPOSED C'RECHE. IE.A\ILY l'l,'OPORT' TO BIE .11ADIE, T'lhe siuggo?llusll lll lle l tLhe "Ad l'erl'lor"' ,?omle fie\w, wVe.eks. IIgo tllat l,'otlnern'll lletell ?I cr'?tlle, oI' daly IllllrnllF lIl?mllC, sHlllllhll" Io (110 ullCe.SN Jful Ilnlllllllu lls of tlhe kluld ill Holllh .11ulbollrlnlh, ltchinl. (uollhlgwood llld olhe, lutlllhtll'hs, hlalS Cntllllghllt onl. AL'ilredy, llhank,? to the IcTet nl hl (1ho prl'opt?,njln I e InIlelldt by tlhr l a. or nllld llanyoresl.w (1C1. anld r\is. Dlrow) aillnf, tile co-'o- p.I'rI( I ofI I .Mr s.. Alfred IDenkll anld .1I',?, lDr,) J. II, \Vebb, Ill ' Oll lllllllll'V I llf l Ve bel "h(Id, lalnd| tllh'dithi t.lll~lllll displayed hy 'OS ]rsentl l lillltiv s of varbil' . ctiri1n u . of lie ('IlÂIlm llilly~ ?llow\,, doelyr., that lhe nleed I, lelil edl; that, rel' dents(?, will tillite I; raine lh1, ftallllC lls ces ltlryv to povhh, Foo!l.?ry wvllh lhe mslltlir p-to-date (crl'tlcht andi kllnde'r (afllel'lll ,ll o hl lhe ulllrbs. I'ro \is|ilnllsl LI...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914
PBIICIAL NOTICES. WILLIAMS -THE- SHOEMEN Otherwise known as 'The Firm that does things' have just bought For Spot Cash All the LOCK, STOCK and BARREL of the Exhibition Boot Company Prty. Limited of 142-144 Nicholson-street, Footscray. To celebrate the event with Eclat WE, i.e. WILLIAMS THE SHOEMEN Are now holding a BIG BOOT BOOM when the whole of the stock of Boots and Shoes will be sold at Prices too small to CAST A SHADOW. In addition to this, the House of _--- WILLIAMIIS. THE - SHOEMEN with branches in Ballarat, Ben digo, Yarraville, Williamstown, Windsor, Newmarket, Ararat, Daylesford, Hamilton, Horsham, Maryborough, St. Arnaud, Sta well, Warracknabeal, and Rain bow, believe in giving the CASH - -- BUYER a preference over the Credit Cus tomer, and will introduce their COUPON SYSTEM by which every customer will receive a coupon for every six pence spent. With these coupons ou Will be able to secure a nice of crockeryware, etc., etc. COLLECT COUPONS NOW by shopping at Williams the...