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TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
TiME TAf JBE. -nmarravy 17laourn. (l linger SI. i 28 ..m -6 20o-6 47 -659-76 7 118 7 1l- 7 36".. 6..7 54.-8 za.-N 8- 8 o20 824-84o 858 5-41in-946--1 2 Io 18-o10 57-l 40 12 7 . 1.123 I4 I 29-I 5- 57-2 14 2 8- 249 3 9-3 1t-3 52-4 8--4 40- 52a.-- i ir Szoa-.5 1J3--5 51-5 59 6 1 a "'9 '34 6 41 -7 2-7 8'- 7 15-7 31-7 3? 7.48-8 8-8 34-8 58-9 9g o07 In 25-10 57--11 73-11 34 11 59 -12a 5. mlnrlany. R I asul to n10-38 a m. then 205 1142 1155 122 8a6 ao1220 1414a 1231- l144- 10 o 5a 1 32 I 49- 2 5- 12 -1 0o-2 9g- 36-34 3 21- 3 49'-3 52-4 9-4 41-5 10. 5 30-5 51.-- 10o-6 14-6 52-7 8'-7 25 7 30-; 37 -h 8-8 12 8 58-9 29 o10 7- 10 25-10 57-12 13-11 28 1 1s6-i1 45-11 59 82 13-12 25 1 14'. nun.;.y': 9 43-9 59 a.m. r12 59 p mi. 1 45 r55-213- 52-238-254-322-347 44-4 21-155- 5 22-5 52 -622-6 52 75 7 24 7 2-' 21 852-921-929 9 37 9 45-10 5-10 25-10 ro 40o-in 5 *w.rrilie to, Spencer at, aSpencer St. only. F Fridays only, rraii. leave I ayddnu 2 min, earlier, Yar. raville 5 min., Williamuunwn 20 mnin, Melb...
SUNDAY BATHING. THE WARM SPELL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
SU/ADAY BA 'THING. -4---- THE WARM SPELL. The warm weather having set in early there has been a rush for a refreshing dip in the Saltwater River, Foutscray not )et having risen to the dignity of public baths. I he Mayor iCr 3ell) sneaking at Mondiy's cou 'cil meeting said he "ouli like to know if they could stop semi nude bathers f om running aid lounging about the banks of the river on Sunday afternoon. Last Sunday the nuisance existed in an aggravated form, and should be checked. It was worse th -n Carrum and "spend ale in b. ir palmiest d . s, and Coogee a d Hundi w re mere ciicumiitances compared to it. lr hFieling - Y s, I've s en them myself-front the train. Cr M Donald--'Get the police to work " Councillors looked aghast at the midd e ward meml.e , but his sug gestion is to be carried i to tffect H urs for baihing should be fixed sam- as is done in all w ell-regulated localiti s and p oper bathing cus tumes inisisted on.
BOWLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
BO WLING NOTES. Notes by "Jack High." It appear. that the election ofa cartains was infot mal and three members having demanded that they should be allowed to vote a new election was held last Satnrday with thte result that Forge, G. iffiths and English retained their pusition, and Crow I heat R gers for his. It was unfortunate that the re balloting was necrs-ary; it is f.rtunate that those who comprise this sea sons orena .t p ayers are such gr. d spurts that there wsill be nto hear bu ning. The club cannot aftord anyising like that. It has lost at least four prumine t players and I If the deficiency is tI be myle gsod the while of those remaining mtr plput the very best that is in them int , the game, That is thei great thing If plavers will do their very best; realt'ing that they can. I n, t afford to w ste one bowl: remetmbe *ng always that ' a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush, " they may do even t etter I than was done when the services of those who ha e. for reasons k...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
The following is the draw for the Foot scray and Williamstown Junior Association to commence on Saturday next Matches played on ground of first named clubs: Sugar t' orks v WVill Llub XI; Yarraville Footballers v Spotswood t Newport Shops, a bye. Riversides played their first match in a competition against Coburg Juniors at Co. burg, and an exciting game ended in a draw. Scores-Riversides 74 and 5 for z6 (Macaulay 24 and Kehey 19 batted well); Cobure 74. Coburg were 5 for 50 when Morrell went on bowling and got 3 for 2,a. Jenkins, 5 for 31, and G. Gleson, 2 for II, also bowled well. For "'a first effort Riversides did very " ell, but hope to do better to-day when they meet Swallows on the flat below Footscray Park' St. Georges West Foot'cray, commenced the first match of the season against St. John's Footscray. St. George's wnning the toss sent St. John's in to bat and dis missed them for 72 runs (F. Gough 17, L. Rogers :6, T. Wilkinson 13) F. Finn 2 w ks for 6, Sheppard 4 for 53. S...
SOCCER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
SOCCER. Last Saturday N. and D. wvie to play their last League match (versus Alb rt i ark) on the river bank. N and D. were at full stre gth tut Albert Park being several men short presnierd ihe local, wsth the points and lonly a frien ly game vwa played In the hot sun nobody took the game seriously and N. and D scored tilhe only pg al of the match through G. Innis. To day Nand D. meet Mlelbjurne Thistle the season's premiers, in the repl yed Gfinal 'or the D rck ry Cup. at Middle Park and hopes to prevent their opponents from getting the double evont.
RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
RIFILE NOTES. -4--- The above club held a very enjoyable afternoon last Saturday. There was a good muster of members aown and took a ke n interest in the shooting, with the re suit that some got d scorus were put up. I ariets wilt be a nilable for next Saturday, loth, when a good muster is expected.
WINDSOR MAGAZINE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
WINDSOR MA GAZlNE. The October number of the Windsor Magazine has been considerably unlar ged in order to make room for extra pages, bound into the number as a special supplement, devoted to the Great War. Under the title of "The Empire's Splendid Rally to the Mother Country, " is given an interesting sur vey of the work which the loyalty of the Overseas Dominions has undertaken with such fine enthusiasm, and illustra ting this theme appear many interes ting portraits. 'lihat of His Majesty King George is accompanied by the latest photographs of his two sons, the Prince of Wales, who has joined the First Grenadier Guards, and Prince Albert, who is with the Fleet on H.M.S. SCollingwood. " Prominent in a long gallery are also recent portraits of many of the leaders in the noble dem onstration of Imperial Unity which has followed the outbreak of the War, among them the Prime Misister of the Commonwealth of Australia, and the Premiers of other States of the Com monwealth. Other recent p...
TECHNICAL EDUCATION To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
TECHNICAL EDUCATION l'o the Editor of the "Advertiser." Sir, -tn Saturday's issue you ask your readers to help their town by, inter alia, writing about it or advocating proaressive ideas. Now, with your kind permission, I would obey your behest in re technical edu cation, Now and again for some consider able time, I have heard of s-irse half-hearted attempt being made to establish a technical school here, but so far nothing tiangible has resulted, and, front present indications, things will over be in state quo. W'hsrc are the spirited and energetic mon and wiomen who have raised such noble sums for the comfniort of the Footscray lads who are on their way to tihe front ? Can they not spa'e somia of their energy and practical sympathy in aid of a technical school for the district ? The old Library and IMechanics' Inslitut,-, with very little altera tion. would admirably scrve the purpose and at the outset, arny vway, there are many men and women in Foolsi ray fully quali fi d whom. I...
CRICKET. POOTSCRAY v. BBUNSWICK [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
I· - -~- --- - CRICKET. Notes by "COVER POINT." POOTSCRAY v. BBUNSWICK In bright and braut ful weather the cricket season was opened in earnest on Saturday last when Footarcay Xt journey. ed to Brunswick to do battle against last year's ruuners-up and, as details will show, are in a very favorable position owing to the splendid all-round play shown by our play ers. Frank Simmons was again elected to his old position as captain, with Herb Smith second in command. Brunswick had first use of agood wicket, scoring 156, which is not an out-of-the-w.ay score for that ground. At one stage of the game it looked as if they would not reach the hundred, but owing to the forceful batting of Norman Bridges, who hit one six anti five fours, the score mounted up until his carrer was cut short by a splendid catch taken by Pat Gleeson one handed. Another stuart bit of work was the fielding and smart return by Harry Christi;an which disposed of E. Hogg who last season scored 104 not out. In fact the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
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Footscray and Williamstown Churches Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
Footscray and Williamstown Churrhes Cricket Association. Hyde street Methodist commenced the season last Saturday against Nor It " il liamstown Presbyterians, ait new team in the competition. Hyde street scored o80 runs, contributurs to whicat were. Elshury 24,. Holmes 16, Cl. WVilson it n. a. Bowling Menzies 4 f >r 26, Balaam 2 for 16, Car a in I for 1t, Nth Pressos' scored Si, Mills 20 Hiudson II, Crocker to, being best Ihats nin. Tlse bowling wvs done by F Copplestone 8 fir 23, 1. Wils n 2 for ig. Prior to the match T Holmes was elected captain, ;n.t Hen. Humphrey vice-captain. Lennox street Methodist commenced their match against Nevwport Baptists last Saturday on the ground of the former The scores were as f Ilows :- N. Hapts. (tst ins.) 37. Harris g. Kirkpatrick 8; Hendry 3 for 4, Comben 3 f ,r 9, Anderson 2 for to, Pat terson I for g, Lennox street (Ist ins.) 83, Anderson 37 Patter-on 2; Widd ins 4 for 36, Osmodld 4 for t5, Kirkpatrick o fir 6 N. Bapts ('nd ins,) c f r 44,...
YARRAVILLE v BRUNSWICK CITY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
YARRAVILLE v BRUNSWICK CITY Yarraville opened the season against Brunswick City on the ground of the latter club. irunsvwick had first use of tie newly prepared wicket and compiled the moderat score of 135. Yarraville's bowling was g od Norris capturing 3 for 23, L Beck 4 fr43, Goodwin 2 for 39 anta Locke i for t9. Yarravillo made a start andti the first wicket fell at 4, but Wilson and Reitman became associated and batted out time, making 38 and a respectively. WVth one wcketduown for 62 Yarraville appear to have a splcndid chance. The match will be continucd to-day.
SENSATION IN COURT MAGISTRATE GROSSLY INSULTED ELDERLY MAN'S PECULAR CONDUCT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
SENASA TIONV I N COURT MAGISTRATE GROSSLY INSULTED ELDERLY MAN'S PECULAR CON DUCT. Those present at the local court on Monday were, according to their point of view, entertained or astonished, by the remarkable conduct of an elderly man named William Hollingsworth. a West 1tootscray resident who is said to be 87 years of age. That he was per mitted to cause the proce elings of the court to be rendered farcical in such a way was the most surprising feature of the whole sorry scene. HIollingsworth was complainant in a case wherein he charged his two sons, J. Richard and Henry IHollingsworth, with wilfully tres passing on his property and refusing to leave when legally requested to do so. lMajor T. Melnerney appeared for com plainant to prosecute and Mr A. C. Sc comb for dlefendants. Major Melnerney said the complaint was laid unlder Section 18 of the Police Offences Act. Comlplainant was the father of defendants and lessee of a Closer Settlement block in 3Ballarat road ltootscray. He ...
BELGRAVIA CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
BELGRAVIA CRICKET &nbsp; CLUB. &nbsp; The Belgravia lodge cricket club held their annual smoke night and presenta- &nbsp; tion of prizes won last season, in the lodge room on Wednesday evening, the president, Mr A. Partington, occupied the chair. Some 80 gentlemen sat at an excellent table set by Mr W G Shepherd. Numerous toasts were honored including "The Cricket As- sociation" by Bro. N. Norman, respond- ed to by the secretary of the Associa- tion, Bro. W. Holdgson. :'The Premier Team," by W. Hodgson, responded to by the president; ''Runners-Up" by H. Couacaud, snr., responded by Bro. Davis. The president, in a few flatter- ing remarks to the team, made the following presentations :-Premiership medals to 16 playing members, also in- dividual trophies to G. Williamson, batting ; H. Porter, bowling ; H. Coua- caud, jnr, most catches; W. Hay, high- est individual score (104). Trophies for tournaments in the lodge went to A. Partington, shooting W. Hay, shootin...
LODGES & SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
LODGES & SOCIETIES, The A.D., Bro. C. Willis, presided over a fair attendance of members of the Ivy Lodge, No. 56, U. A. O. D., on Monday last, when an interesting evening was spent in the Federal Lodgeroom. After ihe usual lodge business was disposed of a sports meeting was held and provided some very exciting tussles the finishes be ing in some cases too close to be comn fortable. The championship was only decided by the referee ordering several extra rounds between Bros. J. Davie and W. Thompson and the decision was eventually gained by the former byone point. Bro. Davie therefore secured a handsome set of carvers presented by P. G.3 ro. V. Gallant. Next lodge night the mem bers of the Trafalgar Lodge (\Vil liamstown) have decided to pay an official visit and all members are re quested to attend. At the fortnightly mee'ing of the Loyal Waratah Ladies' lodge, Sis. Mrs Millichip, W.M., presided over a large attendance. One candidate was initiated and instructed and one prop...
DANCE ROOM EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 October 1914
DANCE ROOM EXTENSION &nbsp; On with the dance, let joy be unconfined, No sleep till morn where youth and plea. sure meet. These lines were written on the night preceding Waterloo, they may prove appropriate in the present dis cussion. Councillors were reminded at the &nbsp; Council meeting on Monday that it was necessary to give their pronounce ment on the dance-room question. Members were visibly agitated, and Cr Harris, who along with the mayor &nbsp; was once a leading member of the Bachelor's Assembly, had the teme rily to remark that there must be a nuisance where dancing and music was going on. T'he Council should, he thought, carefully consider future &nbsp; applications. He would certainly oppose any applications for rooms &nbsp; for dancing purposes in residential areas. It was interjected that the Coun cil could refuse to renew the license. Cr Harris -- That would be a hardship. I could do nothing like &nbsp; that. Cr Drew li...
DRUNK AND DISORDERLY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 October 1914
DRUNK AND DISORIDERLY At Thursday's court a young man named Albert Heatherton was charged with being drunk and dis orderly in \WVhitehall street, Yarra ville, on Saturday last. Constable Hogan stated that prior to the date mentioned accused had been drinlking heavily, and on Sat urday last went to Murray's hotel and asked for a drink. I-He was re fused and taking out a knife threat ed to cut his throat. H-e was arrest ed and remanded to the gaol hospital for treatment, and was discharged from that institution before the opening of the court. There were several prior convic tions against accused; he was fined 20/-, in default 7 days, with 4/6 costs.
RAILWAY PROSECUTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 October 1914
RAIL VAY PROSECUTIONS At Thursday's court \Wm. Brooks was charged with travelling first class between Melbourne and Seddon on a second-class ticket on September Is. Defendant pleaded guilty. Mr F. O. Borsum prosecuted for the Rail way depart ment. Michael Kennedy, a special check er, stated that defendant was in a first-class carriage at Seddon on the 2·5 p.m. train from Mclbourne on September I I and produced a second class ticket. His explanation was that his employer was in a first-class carriage and as he came down the ramps his employer wanted to speak to him and told him to get into the first-class compartment. Defendant said the statement made by the checker was correct. He was fined Ic/ with 7/6 costs. Daniel Tatnall, who did not ap pear, was charged with travelling between Melbourne and Tottenham in a first-class carriage on a weekly workman's ticket on September 19. He was fined ro/ with 7/6 costs.
THISTLE CLUB CONGERT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 October 1914
THISTLE C~LU1B 'ONV'ERT. The Footscray Scottish Thistle Club held a very enjoyable members uight at the Yatraville Hall, and like all functions of the society, it proved a great success. The was a good attendance of members and the even ing passed merrily. Bro. F. Sher win, M.C., kept the dancing going. Refreshments were served and the haggis supper was highly appreciat ed by all present. The programme was a varied one, some 20 pupils of the Clarence Sisters gave exhibitions of fancy dancing, and aquitted them selves well, and the evening was brougFht to a close hy sin inn" the Natlonal Axntnem and AlV"O Lang Syne. The club also held a patriotic con. cert and social at the Royal Hall, under the patronage of the Mayor and Councillors of Footscray. Pro ceeds were in aid of the fund for pro viding the Footscray contingent with a field kitchen, and the function was a great financial success. The Rich mond Caledonian Pipe Band gave their services, and all thIe following artists were well...
UNLAWFUL GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 October 1914
UNLAWIFUL GAME. At Monday's court a youth named Murray Bacchus was charged with playing a game similar to two up on August 7th, It was stated that de fendant was brought before the Children's court last week for this charge and was committed to the schools but since then it has been ascertained that he was over age and the judgment stands can celled. Constable W"illiam H-lall stated that about 4 p.m. on August 7th, he saw defendant and others in Bucldey street, \Vest Footscray. They were playing a game similar to two-up. He saw defendant toss the coins three times. Some time ago defend ant was convicted for stealing a copper and was let out on probation. A fine of 40/- was recorded.