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NOTELETS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 June 1914

0ni10i0 muse iD givenl creucl jor uin .dliplay. - NOTELETS. SAnother JFootscray success. Irlghtou Utterly routed. 'lThat, the dashing gnme pays was Sdeclislvely proven. It is also evident that young foot b-.llers' are better than "good old has ' lle Prahrnu match, and, possibly, the mluor premiership, was lost lhrouigli the exclusion of players like 'itin and Dodemaide and the lu eluhnion of other clubs' rejecteds. However, tho committee of the local club is to be commended for so Ipromitly recognising its- mistake. 'rime Swas when the other committees would have persisted in a sulcid;l policy rather than admit their error. With Lawson, iBriese and .'ICIuskey in reserve, the locals have snow a teaont that shlould go right to the Iluitsh without meeting anllother re verse, providlng the locals iplay tlhe "keelpl-it-going" ganllo al the tilme. Tlhey have plrovenll i recellt inatches that ttlhey possess tile lnecessary (dash, - plce and conditioll, aillti ill tilltre coIl soccutive tll...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. FOOTSCRAY V. BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 June 1914

FOOTBALL. Noteo by "hASr Poiar " )pOTSOIAY V. BRIGHITON. The locals were seen at their bos last Saturday, who,e they met and de clsively defeaCUtttd 'Brightiloi on' til Brighton ground. Like l'ort Mel bourne, the Brightonians have it re putation for playing hard, vigorou: football on their own slall ground and few teamtu go there bubblini ever with contidence. They recog nine that they are in for a gruelliiin game, anti that, apart. froln minlr vigor, Brighton have ii habit of 'play ing dashing football ait I ionie. 'Till year the reputation has stood highel than ever, and tie seasiders' vic torles over leading teams, includiln North Melbourne andl BrIunswick. caused Footscray to see clearly that they would need to go all tle \wa to win. A lairge crowdt of s-upporters, for whom the trailn acconlliiodatioi was quite illntdequatte, uadle the tiriiii joulrney in anticipation of seeing it stirring game, but, though it. caulnot be said they were disappolltted, tllic wore not roused to th...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LACROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 June 1914

LAG COSWE. .La Iretlidetd, b'ool,?.l'ny' had littic lltdillii 'i\" i1 ti, eCOllld la lt. r Solt thId Ilr~lIrC\ latSJ Futurda. :11101 tenth had~ liii preifioilly tiet. tnd nIithough Soutti l r'i hia d wea l lv vti two tIIiiieit1e. il igiilil one v.iclory slinllili g to the crleditL of l'ooi?criy, Ile !itler felt conlillllen till cotll?oeqellco of Ihllir 1.lillntl Illl.lii v\'etieUll tlturl' g thl seiciluol) If ~slltccesa. 'lltey were not tiislll lpoltit tl, rItlnillng out viCtorii .by tliill goals to live. Lu Ilthe ltl'? qullrteo't he locitl totini slio\\'ed Hulprllority by throwhlg four gotils to otLo, btIt laltor their LdefeIllders, in over anixlety to pile up a score, be caemo disorgilulsed, ?outh Yarra \weore tlquclk to talito atdvaluutage of the oplportunity, and rattled onl three goals it almost at .lilanly mlunutes. Lootscrty toadiled, and, pill'ylg lucore carlefully, olet little dloubt as to the pirobable result of the glenl, It lonever lacied iluterest, but, except t'or the ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 June 1914

.f1FLE NOTES. BY "BULL'S EYE," FootMcruy .tillu tlub's inacL sloL for the year wae 1I blshotsl ut 00 yarUd. for tho Ulh stge of the I'resideot's Trolphy (lilver coffce service), the four best out of the .lx ashoots to count for saume. WVm. Kcn. dccy anid C, Upton, having 4 lous Ilble~s in, decidedi to phooe of the tie after the club shoot. It was egreed that 14 shots should be hired, and tile result wias a will for Wtum, I-ieu nc.dy utter a close ltibh by one point ol thle rifle. U. Upton thus tukes the r.luunler-u prize, 'Tho bestmcorou of the day were put up by G. ML'Don aid, UT (3) 70; J, W, M'Donltld, CU (-1) 70; 1t, M'l1enry, U- (U) 70; A. lieu dlersou, -i (0) 70; (j. TLunnocki, -64 (0) T70; C. Smith, 03 (7) .0; .1, Arrol, 62 i(8) 70; A. G, ltobit.uou, 50 (11) 70; J. Jouint, 3 (U) CU; -T. .lastertoun, U5 (3) S; Nor, M'Donuald, U 1 (U) 07; A, Macaulay, 00 (7) UT; it. lagan. U02 (4) Ut;; \Wm. Keunedy, 60 (0) 6U; A,. J. M'Donald, (JO (O) U0; A. F. lelton, 55 (1) 6U; Andy Ml'Donalt...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HARRIER CLUB FOR FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 July 1914

S 1AI{JI~Ert CULUB F'O'I FOOT S c meeting of the newly-formced *iootscray liar1i·lrs' Clutb was held in the Irene 1all, Itclkett-street, on Tues tialy ovellng last. Great Interest was taken In the election oollice-blalerls, *which resulted as follows :--'reibdeut, io0n, lW. H. Fielding, M.L,C,; cola iulttee, lMessrs. Paul, Junner, Itouke, L.)rayton, Berry, Shaw and 11. Bl1ck; auditors, 3Iessrs. Paul and Berry; treasurer, Mr. G. MJossop; assistant secretary, Air. P. Wade; secretary,. Mr. N. U. Tlhomas, 73 \Walter-street, Foot seray. It is the intention of the club to hold a mile race during the half time interval of the Footscraly v. North Melbourne mnatch. Entries nmy be forwarded to the secrelary not later than the 18ith inst. FOOTBALL. Notes by "h.LI F1grWADIc" FOO'1?1StUAY V. 1IAWT.IOH N. \\'hie, earlier il the season, F'oot scrlay noet lwt'lhurn at lhtwtlthor'l, the A.sochition itnfants gave The tri ctolol's such ii '-Ieenl go for the poluls that. suplpolrter's recti\'led quite ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 July 1914

OFFEbNSIVE BEHAVIOR. Before Mr Read Murphy, P.M., at Thursday's court, four respectably attired youths named WVm. Guest, Earnest Jewell, George Cox and Roy Bevan were charged with be having in an offensive manner in Charles street on June ioth. Constable Joiner stated that the -four defendants were on the road kicking a football, about z.Io in the afternoon. A motor cyclist rode along the road and the ball narrowly missed him. Defendants stated that they were just going on to the green and were hicking the ball as they went along. They did not see the motor cycle till it was too late. Each youth was fined 2o/- with a warning not to come back again or a heavy fine would be imposed,

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GARDEN NOTES. THE FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 July 1914

!GARDEN NOTES. By MR ED. GRAY. THE FLOWER GARDEN, Those who have pansy plants well advanced should plant them out into their flowering positions as soon as possible. Make the bed where they are to be grown very rich by digging into it plenty of well decayed stable manure, also some decayed leaves, and a little soot and charcoal, if available, to help to brighten the color in the flowers. Rotted cow manure is also good for pansies, but whatever manure may be used, it should be in a fine powdery condition, and not dug in too deeply, but mixed well with the surface soil, as the plants make a lot of fine fibrous roots that feed close to the surftace. Cuttings of roses, carnations, pen stemons, etc., may now be planted in the open ground, and seeds of all the hardy annuals that will stand the winter should be sown at once. Perennials of all kinds may now be lifted and divided. Strong grow ing kinds, such as Perennial Asters or Michaelmas Daisies, Perennial Sunflowers, Rudbeckia or Chrysa...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 July 1914

.PECIAL IOTICI, WILLIAMS -THE SHOEMEN Otherwise known as 'The Firm that does things' have JTst bought For Spot Cash All the LOCK, STOOK 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 WILLIAMS 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 you will be able to secure a nice present for the home in the shape of crockeryware, etc., etc. COLLECT COUPONS NOW by sh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LODGES & SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 July 1914

LODGES & SOGIETIES, At the meeting of the Yarra'iille A. \.A, one new lleu'hor joined, alid o Iprtlopositionls were received. l Mr. I(. Itobertsi \\was appoiinted delegate to atltend lmleotilg re forming it creche IlI Footseray. The l\Ietropolitant Cotinlllitteo and t ispiullsary delegates gave fuill details of inst meetl tgs, itand h(h' hiilf-yeurly report antd balance sliel were received and atdoptedi. Th'l' iranelh is mialtiig good progress, h\ti i?g not I 00 ianelrlbers and t la;lrge slurpllus of assets. Next ,syl tl;ats iltem, "Slooting for lodge Trophy." \omAn ters' are requlested to atteiil, so that selectors Clilf choose best tiOnal for M[otropoltant C'olumittee ritle toura. At the last meoting of the Foot scray A.W.A.. .Miess RIogers prUsiding, four new ellltbers wore elected; also three ipropositions for iimelllborship were received. ,rljs. Mcl'Pherson spolk on depultatioll to local rcoutllcil re "Playgrounds for Children," and said Ilie council seemed inclined to ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEALTH REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 July 1914

HEALTH REPORT. SDr. \ obb, the local health ullicer, subiitledtl his annuaul report at Ihe 1lle i,?.g of the it notcet', Coutncil. oil Monday last, The report, which is a Isatsuelo'ry olne, IH ?' follows: "I hla\ e the honor 1 Hiuibill. for ,loull" ?:otnhsihrat'ltl on! + e I'olloh ltv i re ioir'( oii i 10te i;ill 01' Ihe11 city l during the; yeo r .101:-:-Th' e .tlitatle of .he population of I'ont-cray oil the 31st December, I13DI, was 'x7,287. The Inlulmbe of chlhdren hrb was 005. The 1 )number of per?ilns \Vwho died duri|ng the year" wa? _I" . 'hl'ese ilgtres give i blillh-llte o le' 1 0 oti pIopulation of 31,70, riild i deatlli-rate on the sa1in t , - i- . r ou.i "ur l for s'eail' 1012, when Ithe rhith-rato reached tlhn phenomieinally high level of 35.0960, andl lhe deaf lII-ratle was we('ll below 8 Iieir 110)0. W?e IIti y, Ihoi evo er, stIll eo lgratll lllatle oulll vesI li both on ourii erey high bcirth-ra Ic aid ol a detli valel \t]icli, fit all tulrbai lll d -st hall pulalati...

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THE HOUSING PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 July 1914

THE HOUSING PROBLEM. The Minimuml Allotment, Anti Slum andl Housing Crusade CollUmit tee wrote the Footscray Council on ionttday, 'asking that they give their support to a ,Bill to amend Ithe Local Governoent Act to "Pros'do that overy dwelling house hereafter erected shall have itttached thereto for the exclusive use of. the occupiers thereof a pro sclbed area of open land exclusive of roads and footpaths." They also suggested an addItional clause: "That power he given municipal councils to compulsorily purllkllts land for chlllldren's playgrounds, patrks, gardens, recreatiou cenltres, and other municipal purposes, at laud tax valuation, plus 10 per ctnt." Cr. Johnson: I move that tihe letter he referred to the town clerk, but I think we alreadly tossess the neces sary power. C'r. M'l)onald: Lteft'ering the lit.teor to the town i"lerk means deferring it for it fortnight. ('r. Jothnson: Well, it will keep. ('r. 'M'Donald: The House Is now, sitting. 'r. Johltsoll: Well, lot It sit. (...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PLAYGROUNDS. AND THE GUILD OF PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 July 1914

PLAY GROUNDS. -+-- - AND TILL (,"GUILD OF' L'LAY. (Jr, Drew, reporlting .to tLe F'oot ncrl'llV (.loun1I on 1 ulllday evening, sitated tihal lie represenltatives of the (luild of Play had inspected the Hall waily Ito?eer\e playgrounlld, iIand h1a1d blited tihat. It wvas:-(a) Too small; (b) tlu;t there .were too many trees; (c) thut it was not central enough. Cr, Johuson smiled at thiH. The Westernl Resel'\e was mention ed, as also the f'ound heerv\e, Hlobb's Well Reserve and tle Simpson-street lReserve, There will probably be ?solle objectionl raised t' tthese Ilso. On the motion of Cr. Pearce, thlle matter was left ilL the hands of the town clerk.

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WATTLE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 July 1914

WATTLE DAY. At the. invitatlota of t1e ox-in yoreo, *." 'Ila`inlstowa fMrn.'- At eiiag e) tie: Iluyoress. of Footscray (Mrs. Drew) iud othlr's attended a nleotlng at Alirs. MI'Neilage'. residoence on Thurs nay, to make arrangemenots for the co lperatiott of residents of F'ootscray on Wattle Day (September 1). It was? agreeod -to establish a fund 'or the erection and maintenance of new no wing for children at the dis Iriet. hospital with the proceeds from locil collections, ianld it was allirmed hat such a wung is urgently ueeded; lhat it would lhe a great. couvenience .o the preront of Footscrny, and often I saving'of much sufftering to thie Ittle olnes. The handsomoe slim of 180 was realised by the sale of 'ittlle in Footscray and Williams :own lust year, and Was sent to swoll lie city fund, Those interested con idently expect, as the effort illn Foot scray will lie 'better organised this fear, a very substantial increalse on h:It amount.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JUVENILE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 July 1914

JUVENILE BAL[i. Uti Tuesday last, at the Federal H1all, a grand juvenile ball was heold, ntld wasI the lhiest entertainment of its kilid that has 'been hold in 1Footscray fdr' some time. The grand march, which was the attraction of the even lg, ?was .well arranged by "Miss L.orothy Gladstone. Some two hun roded children, arrayed in fancy dress, trled their chance in winning a prlze. It was a dilficult task to choose the best, ias every character .was well carried out. Among thle best sets were the "Oriental," "Early Vic torlans,t""Klsiet" and. "The Hay mnakers." Although the "Kismet" und tile "Oriental" won, the other two were not an' behind., In - the In dividual, tile following prizes were awarded:--Best dressed over 11 years, "'Gee!o," from South oMelbourne. Best dressed, under 11 years', -Emily Dockery, local. Most original charac tor, Linda Audersoi, Port Melbourne. Unfortunately, the mayor, and innayoress were unable to be present, but Cr. ald Mrs. Fielding were there lnstead,...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 July 1914

The annual report of the local health officer submitted to the council on Mon day evening was from nimny aspects satisfactory. But Dr. Webb put his finger on the weak spot in health ad ministration when he inferentially stat ed that the efforts of the authorities to suppress disease stcy at notification. As diseases become more prevalent the Board of Health becomes active, if any thing that body does may be described by such a term, and places it upon the list of notifiable complaints. But there the effort ends. With the information gained by notifications there should be something done to check the spread of bGut '"thlilts" unortunatofy never at tempted. Two or three years ago there was much talk about dealing with what is known as the white plague or con sumption, It was confidently asserted that this dread disease could be banish ed from the land and an attractive pro posal for the establishment of farms and homes for those aflicted; for care ful isolation and for other precautio...

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THE CRECHE MOVEMENT. ENTHUSIASTIC AND SUCCESSFUL MEETING. CRECHE TO BE ESTABLISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 July 1914

*THE CRECHE MO VE MENT. fENTHUI-I UIArTIC AND UUCCESo FPUL MEETING. OIIECHE TO U'E IldSABII8I1IIlt . The whole of the, seating supplices iu theoTown Hall 'buildnlg wore insuf ilcient to IiCCoullulllltola the large at tendance at the Counlllil Cli uh?ler on Wetdnesday evening, w\\hen a lpublic meeting was held, to initiate a mo\ve luent for tile estaiblitellnt ol' a creche, or day nrIlllrg holue, ill "ouot scra'v. Numeroul letters of aiology, expressing s,lmupathy with tlh objects of the meeting, wore also receiv\ed. The mayor (Ctr. IDrew,. who presid ed, said It was thought lty 'a uottiber of People in he11 district. th(a a creche should 'oe estaibli.hed ill Foot scray. They found in lther districts, where creclehs, had beenl eohtabllshed, that they were a? saccess, and piled a -distllnct nced. Iit all industrial suturb like Flootscry, whllere there weore people of tihe poorer clslas con gregated, there were sone i ltonglgst their womenfolk who had to go out to work to mtintainl the...

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PROPOSED FERRY. OVER SALTWATER RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 July 1914

PROPOSED FERRY. OVER S.11,'?TIw'PItlIt IIIVElR. . 1'. JI ln tll'llns, oil Mo11lda. Ilnst, asked Ihe Foo.tserl'y f'o1neill to girntt him theh sole right to intl ldpassengerso o 1 1 1(! I'otIserl ,V sidel of (lt rl'ver, IIdltl I I)nI'V(!enI Iee l'llpatrlntoic ' in m len Inilerferlig with IIle ralltic. It waN liis intention, lie, lwriter nild, to form n l llll 'nll ent ferry, and eri? t Iwo l;iiiling sligan. le hadl teased the right f'romii III( Vietoria lin eintg (CTll), Iil that 'body ihad illformed l111mI Ilnt tIll, I"onl' ur "r y ('otllll:cil llnd ;llllhorlIty oni Ili s sidel oi the river. Also 11ie unil paid a registrntion fee to the .Metropolitan I3n ral. 011'. Ferns oolll wl)" mannll .m1l'Mar'in li?o l'd.) The l land ings lwere 'to lIt' bltt to the approil val of the V.It.C'., and1 hel intendled It, inlet for fol trail.e el.oweeii E?isin ilon anld I1ileisaIy, anid the fer'i woull sav i1 I vo-lmile walk,. (1C', Johnsonta: ITh is a goodl ihhde, buti e halve no power over the ilver...

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"SPARKS." [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 July 1914

Politics, Candidates on the warpath. Players of the Footscray team meet at Footscray station not later than 1-25. For retailing milk without a license, Lucy Chalkley was fined 30/- with 15/ costs, at the local court on Thursday. FEDERAL HALL to let for concerts dlances, meetings, ete Apply to the caretaker.-Adv . At Thursday's court, a youth named Albert Trent was fined 10/- for using obscene language in Anderson street, Yarraville, on June 20th. Thursday night, in the Federal Hall, Mr Frank Sherwin, holds an assembly. Good floor. Good music. Latest dances.--Adv. There was a large attendance at the Footscray Football club's picture party last Wednesday evening. The weekly prize was won by Miss A. Hogan, 5917, Money lent immediately-Furniture, pianos, jewellery, pro, notes, and all kinds of security without commission. C. Davis, Buckley st., Footscray.-Ad. After 15 years as gatekeeper at the Nicholson street gates Mr Len Jobson a well known resident, has been trans ferred to the stai...

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COUNCIL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 July 1914

COWUNCL NOTES. At the meeting of the Footjcray Council on IMotday, Crs. FIelding and Shillabeer were tihsent--ll ]hitter at tau important meeting of the Working Melt's (College. Out of Iti ite'lmlls OiL the co?Lesp'o'n dotuce sheet 12 had refertnce to lamps, thsllcs, Isplialtll, chanielling, etc., and it does seem farcical thatt hetse unat t(es should hte dlscutIssed by tthe coln ell ats ia body. 1'hy clan such tLittiera not be ptiassed oil to the olticers In conltrol of the variou? a detaortlments, who aIre aplpoillted fort Ithat laOtict ltii' pt'urtose? ThIle foollu g t? s an epitolme of the correspondlence uitall with: J. V. iog?al It'pref-l'?¢l , p r l. 'e-Jtre:. i~jr' itsnlilLt . to 1 liot lnl-street, and also drew attention t tthe condition of the west end of' the ai'lC street:, whlllch was sild to r'epresclt a Inihlat tore lake. J, 1-. Smith drew attention to the condition of the footputh In Percy street. G. Shepherd sait that Sydney-stroot hand tbeen neglected. It was 60 yoe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 July 1914

-t it'. a GOOD PAIR of SHOES you ar looking for, Oall at SWANN'S Cornerof SHOE STORES. NIOHOLSON & BARKLY STS. They will Serve you Well. And at Swan Street, Richmond; 60 Puckle'Street, Moonee Ponds ; 370 Sydney Road, Brunswick. Watch this Space For .Punshon&Co's SALE End of Month. A: H. SMITH. Manager. You will a New Suit and an Overcoat for the Winter and you cannot do better than let W. J. McCANN, PRACTICAL TAILOR, Measure you. He has a Choice Selection of the Season's Goods which you will be pleased with. His Address Is 33 PAISLEY STREET, (Next Footscray Club) --- Ladies' Costumes a Speciality.- Have you tried STEWART S It is Delicious. Try one to-day. Splendid Cure for Indigestion. rice 3d per loaf. late Miss Patrick Dressmaker and Costumiere. 102 Cowper Street, Footacray. Costumes Speciality -Fit and St le Guaranteed. Gr. aL. Claxxpbkell, FAMILY GROCER & PROVISION MERCHANT t -,.-,honc pgaoutscray. - Wlr ',.L,. aIrimr Try our Thistle Brand Flour. Wood, Co...

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