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ORANGE BLOSSOM. WHITEHEAD—THOMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914

ORANGE BlLOSSOMI, W|IITEt1 EADI--TIIOMSitoN. .\ cry pretty weddiof gr took place on katorday, 6th ,lne1, at St. Juhfo'r Churll, the onotracthlo paltieo touingo Mr ., N. Whiltehead, the younreo t ton Of ,lr. Whiltehead of 30 Ilotbba otreot, Seddon, oand Mitso Myria Tholasaon, ellest dlaughter of Mr alll Mrs. i. ThoaoJJoo, of Gordon atrcet, Footoeray. The 1 ride, who wa givenr away by her father, looked charmllingr inl a rorrtl train dress of crepe do cflellho trilmmed with lace anld pearlt, alld \ote the 0us0al wrertth anod veil, anrd earriced a ehower bolloet of white thrirallathemumooo atod fcrns. The 1tritleomaidt wcre lia Ivf ty ''lThomon, aitter of bride, atod Alioa yoay olusick, of Wittliamtoaawn, anfd 0er0 attired hn daia'y frocks of fwhite embroidererfd voile adf carried shower Iforlo(jeto of pfllk roseb anll fern, Tife bridle \\aro attclrded by to\ro trainhearcno, lo libnocs L.eila and ffarjoric Jones (nlcrer of tLhe bridegroomt) whleo ooaed pretty il whloite clntbrolfery wi...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914

TU-E JUNIORS. Fuootseray Juniors playcd 1'ort Mel bourne Junlior, lgt' year's premulers, at Footscra nlast Saturday, uanld in cluded. i their team Ulst, from But laratt ELat, and Lewis, ai local Junior, The locals tried hard, and but Jir the failure of their forwards, and Lfo Dlayiing too lhtuch to the wlllgs, would hamve done much ,better, as in general iplay they gave a very creditableu ac coulnt of thuemselves. The final scores wvere?: forts, 13,10; luotscray, 2,,11. BJest players for the locals: Biirkill, Ilood, .Lrmstroug, Garlick, Williams, McWilliams and Hughos. la'rraville, despite the curtallment of expenses, is rapidly improving, andl before the season is over may hav'o to be rckeond with. Last Saturday they wet andt defeated Su.th Mel bourne District by U.14 to 0.12, and, at the present time, lie iifth on the pr'e u.lership list, only two points behlud tPreston. They will probably Win teh ir way into the thaal four) but the Footecray Juniors, with only one vie tory to the...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTELETS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914

NOTiLELiT'S. F'ootscray's return to fuorll, F'lne display aganlust lort M1el bourne. Forcing tactics, the quicll, onw\ard style of play, with nevll er a cessation of attack, brought its own reward. It was this more than anythliug that rat I''ort Melbourne oil their legs, llnd thle saille tlilng wa respl)O sible for theii line d efuat of Brunswick thlle iprevious Monllday. In tlhe last qualtrte s 'o re very tired, ailld, despite t ile assistalnce of it stron?g winld, could not hold Iheir own, anld but for tlhe tlfac t haFoolse?ray was takillg no risks, but rather conl touted tlleulselves with making assur alice doubly sure, hlie victory mlight easily have beel more ProIlloutled titan it was. Towaird tl?e close of e gaillmllO hIlll bury, who had treated speetatois to a brilliant exl.osilion of clever football, was thrown rather heavily, and tar ed his elbow so badly thallt lt first it w\\as thought tile limb was dislocated or a bone brokeu. It is probalble that the injury, whlich \Oas...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LODGES & SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914

LODGES & SOC'IETIES. At the last meetiing of the Yal'ra villo A.N.A., the now president (AiMr. F. Gill) in the chair, live n1ew lllmembers were enrolled. A .syllabus was alr ratlnged for enlluing hall'-ycar, inud iu cludes shooting, quoits, euchre, indoor sports, etc. Mr. Uill reported oil noxi o1us trade conferl'encei held at Mooluce 'ollds. Very little was dploe, a11 tiho conveners of the confelrencel did not have suillicient inforllmation, and 1the conlfel'rence at lllds aIdjourned unt111 it later date. The syllabus iteml (atlellic display of boxing for live rounds. two boxers, Me?ssrs. Ma~inning lutd Morris turnling up. They gave ia good display of boxing for five rounds. The evening was illled itl by the Blind Jlusicianus' Bandlll, which enter tainelld It largo cro\wd for nearly two hours. The band pilayed selections, land Mess?s. WV. Rule, - Iliinlff, T. Clarke, and Master 1). I'alluer con tributed songs. Next syllabus itemI ritle practice. Loyal \Varatalh Ladis' 1P.A....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 June 1914

RIFLE NOTES. BY "BULL'S EYE." Fuootacray Ellle Club, on last Sltur day, bad a very enjoyable match with" the Jumbuk ltitle Club. The shoot was over the 500 and 600yds. range, and resulted In rather an oapy victory for Flootscray, whose total was 715 agaiust the visitors' 30. The bost score of the day was put up by "the old general," J. N. M'Donald, who scored i5t out of the century. Next best were: Nor. M'Donaldl, 0t'; G. M1'Donald, lI; T'.'- Mastertoun, 00; O. Uptonl and J. Mlastertouu, SS each. While for the-visltors,'IH. Moran, 8U; 13. (lourd, 87, and G. Moran, S2, were the best. The club shoot to-day will be the final trophy shoot for this year. It is very gratifying to olficers and cominltite to know that the club will lillsh up the year with a substantial balance, notwithstanding that the cash prize list this year will be con siderably larger than previous years, being jus.t on (30, hi addition to the various trophies that have been won during the year. Intending members shoul...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 June 1914

RO1VING". Alex. ~1'. Cluiltti wilt ta· 11(11. ttlitaftei'- cI 't'ai iii iie-t : 1 t 1\ 1 tt'iti' i to I iii the-;1) 'lil iint it t·;itt iii tie

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 June 1914

PROGRESS ASSOCIATION" At(10Ws Fotca Prgr As s•PII Ion nwIrJ1, ,old .n Tuoolay NI lllnt lto IlŽwI1membrs wo'l o "lectpled. 1e. "uiiltl of 5001i1l held prevloul€ week \w'or't sltisfll 'tOl'y, The illmetillng ills cls'edl tie atl'labillity of tulllrchtinLg I[lllt 1111nt at sotn(e future dalte lectill ni halln l, m I t?+ ]h'rolpozatl ilet \with hearty sulppDolt. The secretrl 'y 'was lusttucted -to wrlto the coueitiell askling for ialiet to be hil'~cied in soml of1 tilhe ing We(t wether.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCOTTISH CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 June 1914

SC02'XISH CONCERT. Anulhof .t l ulrrft "silcctssful. ul~' cray, onl YWednesday of last week, whto thie Foot.-eray ThistleClub held their usllul iOllothl"y coniert. Tithele \as ai large anllld lltlilllstilic gather' hug of uiombet's and frleiids, tleo \'si tors froiti kindred soietiets. The t'e sitdllt (Bro. J. Storle) was plplled to the stage, wllere lhe. extended a wel codne to Iall. Masttr Etrle At'del daunced 'Sithtin T'rti1htls" titid "Irish jig. 'or whilch lhe received well-mellred tip ilitause. h 3. E, V, lhilliis. who hal - t sweet ~to??pr volce, allg '~l"ltryl'" "tiil 'Itose of -M ,vIh art,'" and 1had to rc slolld to both with ni ellcore. "t.My alit good a1tln". d tt"ti)t'ouglts Go(rdoit" e0l'o .pltldidllly rendered Irt " .l.s' Jaes aie C.rolub, Sie respoulded witll "Two Eyes of Grey" as Int Lncorl'e. TIIh ip). po0uI'rIIt?Cto 0?o M'. P. Cole1iitTit-,tis Ilhe dlgnal t'o[r hIeunrtiil itliuitse. lie s.aing "'The Ulhck Watch,'" ".liv I.Ltl." .A tlghtldiludman's Toast," anI '1Tie...

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NEW THEATRE. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 June 1914

NEW THEATRE. |Contributed.) Next. Saturday night the new theatre at thile corner of lolpkius adtl .Leeds-.srreets will be opened for the lpublic. Tile building has been erect ed at a cost of £7000, and is built on land valuetld at £t0 per foot. ''he fur nishings and fittings have cost another £2000, briinlg the total cost of this imllposing eeific to about £14,000. The building is the property of Mr. W. Mitchell, 1111d has been let on a lolg lease to .the well-known show~ana, 1r. George Snllitl, who has at 10' soent the lease of the \Willitostown T'heatreo..Mr. Snn1th; when Interview od, stald it. was his intentloln to trut tile theatres inl conJunction, thereby being able to present a really high class entertatlment at ilices noevelr buefore attempted lit Aus'ralia. lie called attention- to .the fact that ill other copuntrles this system of piylhIg tile very gelt'east of ar? tists twh) nid tllree times nlghtly enabled thle subur ban1 shows to presenot ovenll ,letter pro gramnmes th...

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SOUTHAMPTON STREET. £175 TO BE SPENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 June 1914

SOUTHAMPTON STREET. £175 TO 13E SPlaNI'. C. S. Smlltie aod elveu others ad ii1tesset I O In 11110 uicatio o to tho countil oni .1toidtty 1Ia, conllllt illnecig, "Iltight ihloonorth ltth i. i ' ud Council tlots,'" altlh t h lvidetitlV hmd tlhe of 1ii, -ott. iii`~c1 t1:1 IliLh I ttiiitiit it li tact jolt. it'. j'tlson, tu seotidi. ? at'ely r 1tht l lee k d tht t or should tbe dou 'tli.l illo 50iye nr, nd been ot" t\e i t-i l tll l . itil t it nh llI ' he ltti.t , iite i IlCot.l l dt it. ild St ttn,.il. t, le t iln Stouthnlin] nitt l-?-t l't t ."li 1110t ],t c.' Ill ple]t'ot], £11ti he il'tilldt IllhIrt (1l [hn hirelt io t c, ANi, OUTSIDn ecoidfIg, r0·Emr ied thact tt work sho luld be U:Lonet, "If tr. hiaynor, oltrfttct i', fortntdd aInt tfitcr to COtast-TI'r-(T.the? trleat atr itt".~ ; atca spcOitted, ttt\\'d italt 1. tIltutll For itttuittolt. Thu council replied i its t tnt atfi~ce1 oi' for 0 yeirot cnld ieot il the tlt ettli"u mallltes fto, lfl'our y'uRL.S" co¢,hlud, t[ ( 1. tittitt...

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SUNSHINE BACHELORS' BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 June 1914

SUNSHINvE AOJWHJLORS' BALL. ·-+- ---·- - Trhe iuHllsl?lne lbchtlorls gave a Tlluce iln the local Ilhall on* 'rihay evoening, June 10th, which proved to hu ollne of the most sNuccesseful sodilU unctiollns yet held in Siusllllinlo, The r drecollrtiolls, which were muInllchl ad mirecd, wore carried out by the bncholore theoiselves in red, tu gelo anlld orange. S.rellllerl of red art muslin collected a huIlgo octago uI floral contrelolicce tapering to a poinI, wtih Ithe nicly curtained win (howfs1 which were tlenmselves con nectted by festoons of paper chrsumn Ihoeulums, The duaclug, to the strnius of Messrs, Jones and Rosenthal's string Ibnlld, was .muostl; enjoyable, r. .Jones at (Ihe -pllno boling in pirtiu Inly llino feorm, The supller tables were thntofully laid out by several nlady frleouds of Il hIe hosts. 'Tlhese landles hId kindly volunteered to as sist in the catering, _ and actually ninnufacturedil the whole of the edibles'. As tJo.Sunshlll nellO liIes lilve Ii reputatilon fo...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. THIS AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 June 1914

WIVLL1ATSTOWN RAGES. THIS .1,TEl RNOOLN. TIe'lc Winter Mleeting ol' tllhe Wil .lalumstownv Ihicllg Club will le held o1n the Selsild( Course this afternl'llOll, the hir!t race starting ait 2 o'clock. -Ia tries have boeen very satisfactory, nald S nil inlter'estling programme will be nhb : mltted. .''l hi prilcliall evenlts al'e the .. lllnulsto\\'n Steelleachase. IIn whiich the alllllnes (I' U':ited Kingdonil. L.eaih KIlechillnl, Pladda; CornidJtl, nolcillp itnd .?nalll 'oi apponitii; an ] i P rt Phil Slip Hurdle, Iioniiiaiinc eii'] iilllllles i' AtrluatOliui5e. litili, ( teor "w . ('onuinui l Kinlg anld Phtddat. T'he' slpecial tr'ahn runll dhi'o'l tlo thle cour",)' -,, topi n l)hl lt Footserely and I ew rt \] lath voinii an1d I'etulllnin . F o.ll.ow illg ih (11i 0 o |'der of runnlllng:-:\liden III'iuIdle, .\lilid'en Steeplch-sl.e, \Viiiert ' laudl'el. \,Vi[ llisiamstowii Steelplea'.c-, Port 'hillip IIurdllle i n [ohi (di ?d,:n llnlldlCl . 1trs. ilarriet l Ellliolt ;ijked ithe counc...

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DEBTS AND DEBTORS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 June 1914

I)DEHI'TH AIND) DEBTORS .L Alosbt# otaie s we il|ihi iin the following dlebt ca.es; W . 11. l~i|''h, I'e?j.|'cn illed( ,by M.\I. ,!coiilil, v. W\\'Ii li.'key, L£2//-, with I:// {?sis; V. lK;te( lh'\'; , £51/10/-,] witli 12/t; .ini . jiibbo in t (Jo., i'p'esili cite Iby 51. Se,:oliib, v. C. Ur'inlt.on, o.? N.H.W?\., £1I0/15/<;, withs -t7/i; ?o.un.', .\rthur W\ood, I'eire.sent id by Mr. Sieiu isb, v. Kitty Walsh, of .IoollCe I'ltis, LU, ,with 1I/- cots., D, I(, QuJtiliiti v. W. lI. ,atmei, of Sun shinl€, £ti!141iT, with 15/- cost.?. Tiu.lh,. Jtesli, ie rtsenl'ld ]ty Mi. 13It'cket, v. ARg TJhom~ponl (Allstral Oll? Enlg-, ., g-riii?hce), £1/15/-, with 13/

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PRESENTATION. FOREMAN'S WORTH RECOGNISED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 June 1914

PRESENTATION. iiO14tXMAN'S WORTLH ItECOU NISED. -' Ou Shturday night last a uumlbur +o employees of No. 1 foundry of II. V, -I'Kay's wnrks, "'ushnhle, lmet for the purpose of.muaking a presentation to their lhte foreman, .Ir. J. Curwood. The chairman, hi mnaiking the pres9n tltion, enlarged or the ,traightfur ward, conslderate treatment gliven by him at all times to the men und'er his control. an n caid the men felt they could uot let hinm ever his connection wilth them without giving him some ti4tlte eosteem In whichl he wasI\ was enlilhnu-in eallly drink, tiit. chir t ita phettsettted hinl with ut pocket wallet land pallr of gold s?illtaires for Sillnself lanld a Iltalltdsoluc brolch fot Mrs. Carvood. The reclplenlt made at suitable andl feeling respollse, tatling that althoulgh he had received many tliophles and presoeitations, the gift of that night would be prized above all.

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PRIVATE HOSPITALS. QUESTIONS ASKED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 June 1914

PRIVAE H'21 ,,OSP?AITAL. ()UEISTIONS~ ASKEL),~ Tlie P'ublic Iealllh D cpartlmennt oil Monday last, ill It comlunlictiou to the Fooescray Counlcil, stated that in thile lmetropolitan area were mllany pDi vate ho.ltiails, manuy of which were not registered, as required. They wouii, thle latlter stated, liUke to nscer aluin if any existed iln F1ootscray, and wenllt oil to iay: "'Privanie hlospilal IllleanRs any house, buildiug or place other tlah t1n instl i(uloll ill receit, of aid from tho State-(a) In which persona are re cciled anId lodged for iiedlcal or sur glcal Ir'catinenLt or clro; or (b) whoiu woolleil or girlu are lhabitually 're celved or lodged for tile purpose of belung 1iii'sd,o ot Of benlllg waited uplon fol'r llly disease or colplallnlllt peculiar to females." Cr. Johnson: I move that the let ter be rleforred to tilhe inspeltor. \Ve have no unregistered hospitals in Footseray. This was seconded and the motion carried,

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DISTRIBUTION OF BILLS. A BY-LAW TO BE DRAWN UP. PROHIBITION IN MAIN STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 June 1914

DISTRIBUTION OF BILLS. - --- - - A BY-,.L\W TO BE IIl\AWN UP. I'I:'IliB·,TION IN .AIJN STIEET3. I'or some weeks past the many streets of Footscray have beenll Itltteredl with handbills, settlng forth -the merits (or demeCrits) of certainl pie Lure shows atnd variety ?hows, anlld tlls has grated ou the artistlic sensl4i billities of Cr. Johnsoll. ALtMonday ilght's nmeeting of the FIootscray Counell, Or. Johusoll lloved that (tie counldl's solicitor be asked to draw up a by-law prohibiting tihe dlstributoin of dodgers in tlme streeuts of Footscray, and luore particularly *NichoOlsmn-street. Cr, 2t'Donald: They msmould bo pro hibited everywhere. Cr. Jobllison (colltilluing); OUn Sattlur day *,vmutthigs tihe tualu stroeet naud station ,lentrances arm' it a disgrace ful state, alnIi Iho couilmll is pult to extra eoxteomts Iti gatllhelrlg thtt't lup. .These sllow peoplie-coulil advertise ia the papers, and getl all the iublhiiity Sthey requiried. 'illoe . :uotion w~ms ummllllmlm omulmsi a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 June 1914

SPECIAL NOTICE?. DENTIST T. Gough HAS REMOVED) TO S - Corner of Hopkins & Nicholson Sts, (Over Shaw a, Grocrs., _ :?mmmmm?ii~a P hono Footcray 381. • I?V ,r, . L. COPPLESTONE (Rec. by )Dental l: id utof Vic.) DEN CAL PRACTITIONIR. 117 BARKLY STREET (f'a t o,?,cpri P. E. 8 AIN 1RBURY, L, D. S. 13y Esxans. loeli. Univirsit Dental "urgeon 5 Leeds Street, Footscray. GOLD) INLAYS, CROWNS, B3RIDGLEOS c W. G. SH|FPHtERD CATE f ERa, f "lf yQanT"asile .)"t5 in-. vy Streat. Crockery ald OatetI:io,. Requiites oni hire. Tendera for Wedding Bfeakfa-ts, ]lsnuguets, SocialsGoarden Parties, Pic::ies, Smoke Nights to, Up -todate Plant. Best recommendation.. Tenders any district. Phonr, 278 Footscray. WHYPAYRENT When you can BUY A HOUSE On Easy Terms in any part of the dittrict, or any suburb, for Small,Deposit and the Balance as rent from E. A. WEILAND) Builder and Contractor, " TheG Gables," Cr.Paisley & Victoria Sts. Footscray. Or anlly Agent. Miss Florence A. Green D.M.sV. Pianio,...

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SEWERAGE MATTERS. DISCUSSED BY FOOTSCRAY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 June 1914

SEWEIVRGRAE A TTERS. DJt0L bSED tiY * "OO)T$CI Y COU NCIL. The t'ulllic Iit i th I.e|tartu tl t llt Vitedte the oul-ieray Coltntl on011 Muo day htst to take .tuo cutnsittd2ettio tile report ot disposial of nulghtsol from tllboW'ered arals; whilst the Camber well Counlcil' wrote on the samen siubl: ject.' T'he latter body said that aifter makiug exteusive iquirles tIhey conlsidered that tlhe M[elbourllo iutl Iotroplolitlan hloard should unllldertal e the whole of the sittitary work wtthtt Ihl melitrolpoltanl a rei, h(otht o' swerVO ed and unseweored ircomises. Cr. Jbhlson: I move that tlhe leltter be received. There Is a good delt of contoutloits munter Il them. It up I-oered hi the press tllat tile Footscray Couicie were ill the habit of deposit tig nlghtsotl tu the mali dratn at B1rooklyn, whtch was entirely ivrolig, as they hlicn a nighttsoil depott. Cr. 31'Dollld: T'hte subject mlttter shollld be hlllenquired Into lt ext meet tug. CIr. Shlllabeer: T.hie t o'trd wns now Colnsituer...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 June 1914

Every residentl with a deteiro to do souiethling to alssi.t motlhera with 'young famillles, who by force of cir cumstnnelies are coupelled to. go out to earin i livelihood, and who can so advantilges In having lcildreu who might otherwise have to runi the streets. properly cared for, should nilke ia point of elling present" at the local. town hall oi Wuednesday even lug next. On that evening n public neeutiing, called by thle umayuress, Is to be held to tako the Inltltil steps toward eCcurling for t Footscriy a crocihe, or day inursiltlK home. Speaklers well eaquilinted wit th ti worklrigu of timllar institutions tIu otlier suburbs will be present to cxplatl tile move ,ueont; to give illustrations of thogood resultd obtained, and to. auswer any objectlons tllti niay beu ln the ilund of residents. :It will .probnbly bi shouwn that an oarly' itart clan biu m0ade by renting prouleise1s bint tus F'ootsertcn Is not likely to. rest cou ient wilti belig buhitind o.ller suMurbs tie quostion...

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RAILWAY COMPLAINTS. REGARDING FOOTSCRAY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 June 1914

RAiLWAY COMPLAINTS. : SIiEG.ll)DIN; I'OOT'SCIIAY he I- Oeplying lon 1o11m14pl intl mae'g byIt Ilthe lllootiL y 4ll41 lll4 g a l'llr' llr g t4 h ilU eI4otII4(' ; Jh t 14444 (4 iclu L 40l:1 t' in yl " t fliculty vf of m?tinii l' i ,ck t-- o thieL A tation, llth, ?-ec et' l'ry o f r 'ail\a, st Che t th l t.d \\' , O b ii\ ll' l'll4 - plainhts i li(e1 utl'ille. T he dtep t1i, l mllelnt 1I1, t;ited for a l lt ite tl4, '.?'i plaint. In nllm'V1 Il ti lt thil retileo of tie let tor, Cr. .'IDon.t1d .?ll thid iy lhad all o0 douibt l'(1d th(, ico uhinllil il the ""Age'" thar day lregarding tiltli oi ne,? lonl of rrld lc 0t the. loot.iet? 'l i . Sthie excesive .oiwdl.ng -of tcal'l'id?, nlld the inability of llllnliers of pslli * seogers to obtatu seats. \Vlieu soy thing speclal waie on; thie depairtmuit -di d not seem to rise to the occasiou, they simply muddled ont. lie would -move that a letter b e sent 'egllrdnllg the comitalint.. Cr. Johnson seconded. STlhe atteition' of the department shou...

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