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The Weekly News The moving finger writes, and having writ Moves on. Nor all thy piety nor wit Shall lure it back to cancel hall a line Nor all thy tears wash out a word of it. SATURDAY, OCT, 24, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 24 October 1914

'I ho moving finder writes, mid having writ Moves on. Nor all thy piety nor wit Shall lure it back to cancel hall a line Nor all thy tears wash out a word of it. SATURDAY, OCT, 24, ,914 An ambulance brigade is about to be formed in Footscray. liighteui names h:ive already been handed in, and anyone desirous of joining should apply to Mr N. J. Curwood .197 Ballarat road. A cia^s In teach first-aid will also be started shortly. A meeting is to be held on Thurs day evening next at the old Cycle Club rooms, with the ol.jcct of forming tbe brigade. AH fir^t aid certificate holders are cord'a'ly in vited to attend • • * • • J Collins,'prop ietor of a fish saloon in Hopkins street, was summoned to tbe local couit on Monday for having failed to pro vide a proper covered-in ii'ibbish receptacle. Inspector Whitehead gave evidence that" he found four boxes of fish, and oyster shells in open boxes in defendant's yard. A fine of 20s was imposed. « • • » • Attention is directed to the ad vertisem...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 24 October 1914

Amuse mfnts SATURDAY, NOV. 21st, 1914 MOUNT "LYELL EMPLOYES' PICNIC to MENTONE. ADULT uckets-2/-. (Which admit to Sports Ground and Dancing Pavilion.) Good Sports^ Programme. Children under 14— ONE SHILLING r. J. Martin j jj0n Sees j. Beaton ) Everbody's Doing' It! Doing What? reserving every Wednesday evening "for the Wattle Quadrille Club Assembly, in the CUMING INSTITUTE, . YARRA.ville and every Saturday at the Masonic Hall, Leeds street, Footscray. Rogerson & Hay's Band R. Sweeny, M.C, DANCING - Ladies and Gentlemen wishing to learn DANCING for the coming season ba<? better join the new classes now being formed by Mr and Mrs Craven, In their new Hall where they will receive the very best tuiton capable assistant splendid floor and music. Classes Tue- ay, Wed nesday. Thursday, and Saturday for advanced learners strictly select Proficiency Guaranteed, private lessons any afternoon, terms on application to, 17 SMITH STREET off o'Farrell street, YABBAVILLE. TENDER...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 24 October 1914

CHAPTER X. Mr. Lionel Prankflst was in high leather. He had been able to restore the gum which he had withdrawn from the till before the deficiency was dis covered. nnd just in the nick of time His v.a- seen by. his employer: in the papers in connection with thf raid on the Soho Club, and while hi; books were being carefully scrutinis ed and overhauled, he was called upon for ;an explanation; but, inasmuch a: the , books were found to be in perfec: order, his explanation, that he was in the gaming-house inadvertently and in ignorance of its real character, was ac cepted; and beyond a caution to bt more circumspect in the future and tc remember that a man is known and judged hy the company he keeps, the matter was allowed to drop. It was in the natural course ol things, therefore, that he should take the first opportunity of informing his benefactor of the bnppy issue of his efforts on his behalf, and call to thank him again. J|r. flutter received him with the heartiest of welcomes. ...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
The Unclaimed Million A Fascinating, Thrilling Serial The Unclaimed Million Published by arrangement with Ward Lock, and Co., London and Melbourne. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER IX.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 24 October 1914

The Unclaimed Million A Fascinating, Thrilling Serial rhe Unclaimed Million By HKEBEET MAXWELL. Published by arrangement with Ward Lock, and Co., London and M*T bourne. *. TA11 Right* Beaerred-l CHAPTER IX.—{Continued). Mr. Blaker asked no explanation oi (his cryptic utterance. But he put hie own construction upon ic, and the ionstruction served to stimulate hia desire to be gone. He muttered a hasty "so long," and disappeared round the cornei; leaving his desperate com panion to muse upon the vanity of human friendships and the doubtful prospect of obtaining pecuniary assist ance from 111. Levjr. He was still pacing disconsolately before the door, when the latter emerg ed in the company of a scrubby-looking individual, with sandy side-whiskers and little slits of eyes. • "You'll get out of it all right," he heard this person say. "A £50 fine won't hurt you, Mr. Levy; and as for my costs, a £10 note will cover them. Mr. Levy chuckled. The bogus club business had been uncommonly lucr...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 24 October 1914

SPECIAL NOTICE, THE PEOPLE'S STORE. kMB&Ci Grocers,^Fruiterers d, andjConfectioners. ' "" Dealers in Fancy Goods, Tobaccoes Pipes FISHING TACKLE, Patent Medicines, etc. 134 STEPHEN ST, YAUAVILLE We are rioted for CROCKERY GLASSWARE and HABER DASHERY, and have always r on hand a Large Well Assort* / ■ ed Stock. Ill goods are of the Highest Qual ity. |We stock only best brand, : Fmh inrituAY«|rt»WM Dally,:— ■ t&'tja. ■ ' SRAZIN8 — Plenty "bf Graw. Apply A. W. Baraett Braybrook. SPECIAI, NOTICE. --SEDD0N WOOD YARD. Carson & Peacock, (Successors toiH..Jenkins.) 87 Gamon St, Seddon, Beg to inform the Residents that they are prepared to supply prompt ly Wood, Coal, ud Coke to all parts of the District. Furniture Carefully Removed Tele. 421 Footscray. Ashes Supplied.] ~ Light Caking Done. SOMBRVILUE Rd YARRAVILLE R. KERR. Licensed CARRIER, Luggage and .Parcels conveyed to any Suburb, Bttat or Rail with greatest care and punctuality. SHBLI* OR1T supplied for cage Bir...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
FOOTSCRAY CHARITY VOTE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 24 October 1914

FOOTSCRAY CHARITY VOTE The charity vote for the year was considered at Monday night's meeting of the Footscray Council. On the motion of Cr Shillabeer, se conded by the Mayor (Cr Bell), a loial amount ot £l63/l9/- was passed, as follows:— Melbourne Hospital ... ^42 0 0 F'scray Ladies Benevo lent Society . . 30 0 0 W'mstown Hospital ..! 30 ' 0 0 Children's ,, ... 10 10 0 Women's ,, ... 10 10 0 Homcepathic ,, ... 5 5 0 Queen Victoria Hospital 5 5 0 Alfred Hospital :.. 4 4 0 Austin ,, " .... 3 3 0 Eye & Ear Hospital ... 2 2 0 Melbourne Benevolent Asylum ... 2 2 0 St. Vincent Hospital •• 2 2 0 Adult Deaf and Dumb Institution ... 2 2 0 Convalesent Aid Society for Men . . 2 2 0 Blind Institute ...110 Victorian Deaf and Dumb Institution 11 0 Melbourne Orphanage 110 Society for Protection for Children ... 1 1 0 Society for Protection for Animals ... 110 Gordon Institute for Boys i 1 0 Foundling Hospital ... 1 1 0 Victorian Discharged Prisoners Aid Society' 1 1 0 .The Talbot Epilepti...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
GORDON PARADE v. MIDDLE PARK JARS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914

GORDON PARADE v. ' '■ ! . . " MIDDLE) PARK JABS. On Saturday last the Gordon Par ade commenced a match aga nst the M ddld Park J unrs at Yarrav lie, and at the finish ol the day's play, had a very creditable lead. Th? fol- j lowing are the scores:— GORDONS. First innings. E. Bolan, b Parker 5 A. Jack, b Morris • 8 . 0. Taylor, b b Parker 19 L. Kingshott, b Parker ... ... 3 D. Scott, b 'Parter 9 R. Shaw, b Parker ... •... 0 A. Park, b' Hartwick 18 R. Owen, b Parke* 5 G. Torr, not out 9 T. Walton, c, b Parker 5 | E. Stone, b Hartwick O Sundries : 7 j Total . ... 88 Second Innings. R. Owen, not out 17 A. Park, b Parker 4 E. Stone, not out 1<3 - Sundries 2 1 wicket for ... 41 MIDDLE PARK. First Innings ■ .... ... ... 75 (Owen '4 for 18, Taylor 4 for 28, Torr l'for 24, Scott 0 for 9.)' Tho match will be concluded to day,' '

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
FOOTSCRAY & WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIOR CRICKET ASSOCIATION. YARRAVILLE FOOTBALLERS v. SUGAR WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914

FOOTSORAY & WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIOR CRICKET ASSOCIATION. YARRAVILLE FOOTBALLERS v. SUGAR WORKS. ' This match wat concluded last Sat ( urday and what looked a sure thing tor the Footballers on tho previous day's p,ay' resulted jri their defeat by 6 wickets. There was quite a re versal of form .with both clubs to that of the first day's play ; this was oarticularly marked in the caso of "Jacky" Stephenson, whose bowl ing last Saturday was too "deadly" for the Footballers ; he sccurect four wickets for 5* runs. • It might be mentionetl n fairness to the Foot ballers that several of the players did not put in an appearance neces sitating 5 "subs" in the field. The scores vrero as» follows First Innings 126 I Second Innings. T. Hagan. run out 1 D. Rogers, run out 6 B. Callaghan, c and b Stephenson 0 H. Litchfield, b Stephenson ... 1 W. Bolan, b Stephenson 0 J. O'Hallaron, b Stephenson ... 0 J. Harrington, l.b.w. b Lander 1 L. Cunningham, not out 0 Sundries ■■{ ... ... ... ,.. 1 7 wic...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
BAY VIEW ROAD WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914

BAY VIEW ROAD WIN, The match between Hyde street B and Bay View Road on former's ground resulted in a win for Bay View by an innings and 122. The scores were as follows: HYDE ST. B TEAM. Hyde Street B 20 and 6 for 53. Armstrong 7. Burwaod 29, D. Bleuaer JhasiMft3 not oufc-ArtttttteKg-^'for-ol. D. Blennerliassett 4 for 41, C. Gratton 1 for 8. BAY VilUW KOA-U. 195. v J. Hoskings 66. G. Moore 51, 8. Thick 11, S. Leigh 8 for 7 and 1 for 14, R. McMillan 3 for 19 and 1 for 10. | John Street Methodists deieated Newport Methodists by an innings and 58 runs. Scores—John Street, First Innings 178. Newport Method ists First Innings, 90, Second Inn ings 30. Best bats for John Street were—H. liollcv 36, II. Salt 34, T. Allen 32, L. Miles 23, H. Wigley 13 A. Clough 12 not out, H. Claring bolrt 10. List of matchet commencing to-day to bo playeei on ground of the first named club:— Bay View ltd v. John St. Meths. Newport Meths v. Nth W'stoun Pros Yarraville Bapts v. Church of Christ Hyde St A. v. N...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
YARRAVILLE BAPTIST v. NTH. WILLIAMSTOWN PRESS. NTH WILLTAMSTOWN PRESSOS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914

YARRAVILT/E BAPTIST v. NTH. WII.LIAMSTOWN PRESS. NTH WILLTAMSTOWN PRESSOS 1st innings 74 2nd innings ... 6 for 85 R. Bindson 42, W. Menzies 17, J. Mills 8 not out. Bowlers: -E. Owen 3 for 23. h. Carl ton 0 for 7, F. Box 0 for 18. G. Green 1 for 33. YARRAVILLE BAPTIST. 1st innings 90 2nd innings ... .. 67 I/. Carlton 28, W. Worrall IS not out, W. Lewis 7. Bowlers:—H. Cnrso* 4 for 21, W. Mei'ziea 2 for 19, E. Balaam 3 for 6, R. • Hindson 1 for 10. J. Mills 0 for 7. North VVilliamstown Presbyterians won by 4 wickets and 1 run.

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
Footscray and Williamstown District Churches Cricket Association. LENNOX STREET METHS V. FOOTSCRAY PRESBYTERIANS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914

Footscray and WIlHamatown District Churches Cricket Association. fjENNOX STREET METHS V FOOTSCRAY PRESBYTERIANS Footseray Presbyterian^ defeated Letlnox St Methodist last Saturday, on the former's ground by 9 wickets and 2 runs. Lennox St players will have to put more enthusiasm into (the game if they want to win the matches, as the spirit ol lifelessnes' is no good on the. cricket ground. The following were .the scores:— PRESSOS. First Innings. FT. Payne, b J. Hendry 7 T. Williamson, b J. Comben ... 40 E. Roberts, c b J. Patterson ... 13 M. Schade, b J. Comben 16 A. Almond, b J. Patterson ' ... 5 H. Mappln, b .7. Comben 0 D. Campbell, l.b.w. b Anderson 10 J. Pritchard, b J. Comben ... 12 H. McColl, stpd.b J. Comben ... .0 .T. Saleeba, absent 2 D. Laurie, not out ... ... 2 Sundries ... 6 Total ... 118 ! Bowling:—J. Comben 5 for 18, J. Patterson 2 for 18, A.-Anderson 1' for 16, J; Hendry 1 for " 45, A. Webb 0 for 5, H. Comben 0 for- 3. Second Innings, • 1 wicket for 84 Geo. Graham 1 ...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
FOOTSCRAY SECOND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914

FOOTSORAY SECOND ELEVEN. Footscray beat Brighton, oil the latter's ground, after a most exciting finish, by two wickets. Their fielding was magni ficent, and they thoroughly deserved their well-earned victory. They made 151, and lost 8 wickets for 72 in the 2nd ipnings. Lobrey made 19 and 11, Em merson and Allaway 13 each, and Leeds 12. Brighton made 110 and ill, Thomp son 23, Neville 33] Mair 16, Noal 14, and James 11. Mason was the winntr»' most successful bowler, capturing 4 for 17. Whitby 9 for 81, Dixon 5 for 56, and James 3 for SO did the bowling for Brighton.

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
LOYAL JUBILEE LODGE M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914

LOYAL JUBILEE LODGE M.U.I.O.O.F. A large number of members were present when the above Lo^ge held their usual meetiug last Wed nesday, week a large amount: oi business being put through. It is to be regretted that since last meeting, night Bro. Austin has passed away in the Maldon Hospi tal, and to hi* relatives the sym pathy of this Lodge is extended. The following were elected on the syllabus committee. — Brothers Mounsey, Shaw, Davies, Weller, Schaler,Belfrage, Bates. Phillips. Burr add Hgaht Bro Bates was also Te-elected. Press Correspondent. After Lodgevbusiness-was over the meeting adjourned to carry; out a cribbagetournanient, 24r members competing,' the prize eventually; being won by, WA' Egan from JP,: Sctiafer' after an' exciting-jjame^ Nominatiops for the change of chairs cIom next meeting sight.

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
YARRAVILLE v. RICHMOND CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914

YAimAVIT,LE v. RICHMOND CITY. The match between Richmond City I and Yarraville was concluded on the Yarraville Ground. Yarrayille had been disposed of for 100 runs, and City had Inst 3 wi.-l.- 'ts for 68. The remaining batsmen failed to add materially to the score, and (he side was all out for 114. Yarraville then, after losing 4 for 84, declared, Reitman 35 and Mortimer 35 both'batting forcibly and well. E. Dines took 3 wickets for 13 runs. The City lost 4 wickets in making the 70 required to wini W. Macher 32 not out, W. Davis 14 not out, A. Taylor 13 shaping best. Beck 2 for 19, Rocke 1 for 16, Norris 1 for 15, secured the wickets.

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
BETTER THAN WHIPP[?] [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914

BETTER THAN WHIMPJ ' " It is a problem to know how to pun* lab my boy .when he is naughty," I said U, .. clergyman some time ago. "I disuKe to wtnp him, and very seldom iio s>, 10. a lew minutes after he is . iiiogliini; 113 gaily as ever, evidently not iaipro.-auJ by the punishment as soon as tha li'.oiin »tary smart 15 gone." .. The good man replied, " I never whip my boy, but, instead, I. put him to bed. That is a terrible punishment for him." Ho then cited some examples which showed that it had indeed been effeo* tive. . It must not be employed lor every' trivial.oflenee. X keep it a* a grand fi>e*or** lor«xtremeca»66.I* tlfe'ed. T do" not • Believe 1 have resorted to it a dozen times since I heard of it. When I begin to undress him he fairly roars; then he pleads and begs, with gr«at tears rolling drwn hiB cheeks, that I let him stay up, for he will "never, never do bo again." But I firmly and quietly pat on his night dress, partially darken the room, and do not allow him...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
CRICKET FOOTSCRAY v. BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914

CRICKET I NOTES by "ALIX" FOOTSCRAY v. BRIGHTON. At Footscray, oil a splendid wicket, the tri-colors pushed Brighton, getting within 24 of the visitois' 206. Jack Smith, a brilliant batsman, who has bad little luck, and has done next to nothing since Footscray became a senior club, made a first-rate 63 (seven 4's), in just on two hours, without giving an actual chance. Helped by jobanuesen, 89 was added for the fifth wicket. Upon O'Slian nessy joining Johanuesen another, fine stand was • made for the eighth wicket, and so well were both shaping, that vic tory for Footscray looked imminent. When the total bad been taken from 127 to 170, the end practically arrived Pearce. close to the boundary, caught O'Shannessy with a running catch, said to have been the most brilliant seen on the Footscray ground, and which evoked loud cheers from the onlookers, O'Shan nessy had batted well for 27. In the same, fever Jewell caught aiitl bowled] Johannesen after a serviceable innings of 26 (two 4's...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914

WOBK. In a family, ill of us arc, or ought ta be, workers in one way or another. But .by far too much ol .the work done in ?the houie ia done in a very hall-hearted imanner. How many of us, whether 'in cooking a meal, or making a bed, ior dusting a room, are filled with an ,'earnest desire that the work we do thai] be a thorough, honest, faithful per lormance, that shall properly fulfil ita ■purpose The great difference in la* bour ol all kinds is not so much in what is done, as in how it ia done; not so much in the kind ol work we perform as in tbe spirit we put into it. From the cleansing ol a room to the formation of a government, from the humblest work of the hands to the nobleBt work of the head and heart, it is the deter mination to make it of the best quality that places it, and the person perform ing it, in the front rank.

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
YARRAVILLE A.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914

YARRAVILLE A.W.A. At the ordinary meeting-of the Yarraville A.W.A.. held in the Masonic hall on October 19, the president being in the chair, a vote of sympathy was passed to the vice-president (Mrs Brown) who had lost hdr mother. The syllabus item was held over until a later date. Next ^ meeting, Nov ember 2, the syllabus item is "Animal Drawing" for- a trophy donated by Miss Williams. Richard Fordham and W. C Weeks were each fined 10/-, at last Monday's court for failing to have their children vaccinated. Ring up Footscray 236 to order your wood from A. P. BLAIR, the busy .woodman, 94 Pilgrim street, Footscray, and Geelonjr road, Wert Footaeray.

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
RESPECT TO PARENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914

RESPECT TO PARENTS. One of the moat remarkable traits im the character of the neople oi antiquity was filial respect. The most violent and moBt impetuous heroes submitted, without reluctance, to the moBt severe dictates of parental authority. There is, perhaps, no language which can ex press, without circumlocution, the meaning of one word among the Greek* —it meant the obligation of children to repay, the maintenance, the educa tion, and ..the tender 'care of their par ents. ' The amiable 'expression* oi filial respect were extended into a nwr* general sentiment of regard'for the in firm and aged. Even among brother* who were nearly of, the same ages the younger was obliged to yield in every instance to the elder, and it was an acknowledged principle of religion th«t the rights of superior year* should al ways be respected.

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
TROCADERO THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914

TROCADERO THEATRE "Home Sweet Home," a great six real masterpiece, will be shown for the last time this afternoon and night. The new vaudeville novel ties will include that great comed ian. Phil Percival, who has been starring at the Bijou Theatre for the last month. Other artists are the "Marells" and the Brennans. the latter presenting a beautiful patriotic display- A new change of pictures will be shown Monday night which will include Conan Doyles great-play and novel, "The House of Temperley" or ''Rodney Stone" and on Cup night the great race will ■ be shown from start to; finish. . For Thursday's picture change,, a photo^rama from the well-known theme, Paradise Lost, will be shown. '

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
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