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MELBOURNE (Flinders Street)to YARRAVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914
MELBOURNE (Flinders Strwt)* "to YARRAVILLJB. WEEK DAYS—5.47 a.m., 6.58, 6.2 &lt;5.16, 6.31. 6.55a 6.57, '.18. ,7.40, 7.54a, i 7.58, 8.25, rl.48, 9., 0.84, 9.55. 10.24, 10.58, 11.28, 12p.m., 12.18, 12.27, 12.42, 1.5, 1.35, 1.45, 2.5, 2.30, 2.47, 3.2, 3.30, 4.4, ,4.80. 4.f9, 5.5, 5.19, 5.20n, 5.83*, 5.84, 5.45, 5.53, 6.3, 6.10, 6.37, 6.89, 6.59, 7.27, 7.54, 8.28, 9., 9.84, 9.57 10.12f, 10.29, 10.57, 11.38, 11.40, 11.55. SATURDAYS—5.47, 6.68. 8.3, 6.16, 6.81, a.86, 6.42, 6.57, 7.18, 7.40, 7.54a, 7.58, 8.25, 8.48, 9.0.1 9.84, 9.55, 10.24, 10.49, 10.58,11.17 11.43, 13.6 pirn.. 12.15 13.26, 13.41 I.8, 1.11, 1.82, 1.44, 1.69, 3.7*. 2.20, 3.88. 8.3, 8.85, 4.4, 4.80, 4.52, 5.5, 5.80, 5.82, 5.53, 6.16, 6.37, 6.48, 6.59, 7.26f 7.56, 8.38, 9.5, 9.84, 9.57, l£l3, 10.35, 10.88, 10.46, 10.55, 11.8, 11.28, ll.SSn. II.40,11.55 S UN DA Y S—-10.20, 10.40, 11.10. (Bacchus Harsh) 12.55 p.m., 1.10, 1.28, 1.85. 1.52, 2.15, 2.87, 8.15., 8./5, 4.15, 4.45, 5.15, 5.81, 5.45., 6.15, 6.45, 7.15. 7.80, 7...
YARRAVILLE STABBING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914
YARRAVILLE STABBING x CASE. William Texas Saville. the young man, 32 years of. age, who was found guilty on a charge of having unlawfully wounded a youngwom anVith a pen-knife in Wilson Str, Yarraville, was brought up for sentence by Mr Justice Hood in the Criminal Court last week. Saville was sentenced to 18 I months' imprisonment.
BOY MISSING FROM HOME [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914
BOY MISSING FROM HOME A lad named David Murphy has been missing from his home at 11 Sussex street, Yarraville, since Monday, October 19, which is causing his . parents considerable anxiety and they have notified the' Yarraville police. When he left home, the lad was attired in a galatea coal, dark t^eed trousers, black lace-up boots, black stock ings, and dark tweed cap.
FOOTSCRAY POLICE COURT RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914
FOOTSCRAY POLICE COURT RECORD The quarterly return etidinc September 31' last of the Footscray' Police Court was made available on Monday last by the Clerk of Courts (Mr G. H. Brown.) The return showed that during the period mentioned, 350 debt cases were heard, the amount sued for being1 .£2,078. and the amount awarded £l,460. There were also 51 arrest cases, 248 summary offen ces, 19 Defence cases, 6 mainten ance cases,u33 cases of drunkenness and 7 licensing cases. The atten dances of justices for the quarter were as follow:—Messrs W- Mitc hell, 46; Dr McCarthy, 21; W Gallant; 16; Dr Box, 15; J. McPhee 14; I. Collins, 14; H.'E. Caldecott, 11: G. Hills, 7; G. H. Bracher, 6; W. H- Fielding, 2; T. B. Drew, 2; Read Murphy, P.M., 2; Cohen, P.M., . 1; S. M. Bell (mayor), 1; Claude B. Smith,' 1; F. Shillabeer, 0; J. R. Johnson. 0.
WILLIAMS TOWN RACES FRIDAY'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914
WILLIAMSTOWN RAGES FRIDAY'S MEETING. . The Williamstown Racing Club will open its spring meeting: on the popular seaside course- on Fri day afternoon next, when a pro gramme of six events will be sub mitted. A special train service will run from Spencer street, stop ping at Footscray and Newport to pick up and set down passengers. A good day's sport is assurred. and fields should be numerous. This meeting is now an important one, and is hedged in between the V.R.C. campaign. The different events to be .cqn tested at William stown next Friday might result as under. Appended are my selections:—■
SELECTIONS: To anticipate the placings I would say:— [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914
SELECTIONS: To anticipate the placings I would say:— Uncle Sam or Ulva s Isle . 1 Lily veil ... 2 Posinatus „ .. 3 • • • • Maiden Plate - Lucky Escape ... ... 1 Hayston ... ... ... 2 Poppeia ... : 3 Maribyrnoiig Plate • Nicanor ... ... 1 Celosia ... 2 Sumuram ■ ... 3 Hotbara Handicap Lochano or Greek Fire • . Derby _ Woorak^ , -yT, ■ Fidelio ' .„ '■ ' ' r Burrabadeen . • ... / :... 3 Melb Stakes ' Philio ... ; ... 1 Aleconner ... , :.. 2 Rathlea ... ... 3 Coburg Stakes Tadanga ... ... 1 Golden Wire ' ... ... 2 ; Amata '■ ... ... .. 3 Cup Hurdle Lasso . Cup Steeple Guncap or Bier Bob Oaks -v. Traquette
CUP RIDERS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914
CUP RIDERS Following are a few of the prob able riders'in the Melbourne Cup— Cagou Lily yeil ..: Uncle Sam... Rathlea ... Ppsinatus AuriFer . St. Alwynton J. E Pike W. H. McLachlan .... J. Ettershank ... J. Killorn "h ...; G.'Xariibert A. Wood Sir Solo H, Cairns or L. Fisher Ulva's Isle Black or M. Connell Eltham . . Sylvanmore... Owen Roe ... Eubulus Wassail Waltz Newberry ... Gladwyn Calamus ... St. Carwyne Hush Money Indiscretion Burrabadeen Defence Giru R. Lewis^ J. Red fern K. Bracken W. Smart J. Hopwood J, Reynolds W. Minter B. Cain" C. Ringer A. Shanahan E. Barker C, Cramond G. Meddick E. Young F. Foley The rider of Ulva's Isle will not be decided on until the arrival of the owner on Friday, but possibly W. Black or M. Connell will have the monnt No rider has yet been picked for Woorak. He is hardly likely to start in the Melbourne Cup if he fails to win the Derby.
LOCAL FIRES BRIGADES' GOOD "SAVE." [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914
LOCAL FIRES BRIGADES' GOOD "SAVE." Between twelve and one o'clock, "yesterday afternoon week, a fire occurred in an eleven roomed house | in Ballarat road, Footscray- The; house was owned and occupied by Mrs Margaret Dawson. The coach-house, stables, and contents which included a buggy., were severely damaged by fire. Em ployes of Messrs Kinnear and Sons assisted to beat back the flames from the main portion of the house before the brigade arrived. The building and contents were -insur ed in the London and Lancashire Insurance Co, for ^525. Two hose carts and nine men, in charge of Station Officer Maiiger, were in at tendance. Saturday last was a busy day with the local firemen At 10-35 a.m. a call was received at the Footscray fire station from the fire alarm at the corner of Somerville road and Gamon street that a fire had broken out at the reai^of 102 Gamon street, Yarravtlle, a seven roomed dwelling-bouse, which is owned and occupied by Mr Richard Poliness. The bathroom, wash ho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914
Money to Lend 011 Deeds, Life ..Policies," Jewellery, Finance, Pianos, Furniture, without, removal, or any Personal - Security. Advances -made for * the .purchase of Horses and. I Vehicles, repayment; by weekly ^in stalments. Furniture -bought. in in solvent estates. Strictly Private.— W. H. Birch, Cowper-atr»Bt, FooUh criyHAW-)
KINGSVILLE PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914
KINGSVILLE PICNIC The KinRsville Brass Band will hold a picnic to Altona Bay on Cup Day (Tuesday.) Those desirous ot attending should purchase tic kets by Monday nifcht, as only a limited number of tickets are avail able Tickets- may be obtained frotfi Mrs Grabrovaz, next Band 1 hall, Chatfield street, or from Mrs Hester, Edgar street.
MOUNT LYELL PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914
MOUNT LYELL PICNIC The secretaries of the above pic nic have their arrangements well in hand- The outing this year will take the form of a train picnic, and will take place to Mentone. the seaside resort, on Saturday, November 21 An excellent sports programme has been arranged and picnickers are notified that Mrs Hayes, of the Waverley Tea Rooms Mentone, will supply a good dinner to picnickers on the ground at 1 / and afternoon tea at 6d.
ST. GEORGE'S THEATRE HOUSE OF TEMPERLEY. A STAGE SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914
ST. GEORGE'S THEATRE HOUSE OF TEMPERLEY. A STAGE SUCCESS. St George's theatre announces for Monday, Tuesday and .Wednes day, a play .by the present day successful writer, Sir A. Conan "Doyle, entitled "The' House of Temperley" The story is well known to the Australian stage, having had a phenomenal run throughout the States in the hands of the late J. C, Williamson- The plot is laid out in the days of good old Tom Cribb, the exponent of the bare fisted art. It is essentially a sporting drama that will appeal to all lovers of fair play, and it is typically ' English throughout. Lucille Love, fourth series, will be shown to-night (Saturday),, also the latest Belgian War Pictures, and the four reel star. For An . other's Child. Additional Mon day attractions are Lucille Lov.e, fifth series, and war pictures, and on Cup night and the following two nights special arrangements have been made to show the Mel bourne Cud from start to finish- A special matinee is annonnced for Cup Day.
TURF NOTES V.R.C. CARNIVAL DERBY AND CUP [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914
I TURF NOTES V.R.C. CARNIVAL DERBY AND CUP BY "COURIOLL". The day has arrived to decide which of the three year r Ids shall capture the coveted blue riband of of the Victorian Turf. Nearly all the "'know-alls" you meet will have nothing but Woorak, despite the fact that Mountain Knight beat him in the Sydney Derby. It has been said in effect that Woorak was not handled perhaps to the best advantage in the N.S.W. classic and with a change, of horse man subsequently proved a star" by winning an impcrtant event a few days later. But this does hot necessarily detract the merit of Mountain Knight's victory all. the same. The records of two colts show that there is a wide margin. Woorak has won 7 times in 9 starts, and one of the defeats was hardly a.race. that a three-year old should -faave-beea- started ?in. ' Knight on the other hand practic ally reverses these figures, and no doubt Woorak's pronounced favor itism is thereby a reason. . Among Victoria's "threes" we have Tra quette. who...
DEBT CASES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914
DEBT CASES AuMonday's sitting of the Foot scray. court, orders were obtained in the following' debt cases:—J. H. Jamieson v. D. Williamson, £2jl7/ with 15/6 costs; Scovell and Spur ling v. D. McKav, £2/1 /-, with' 15/6 costs; v. J. Wright, £A, with 15/6 costs; v. John Roderick Mc Donald, £llll- with 20/6 costs; v. , J. Camming. ^1/13/-, with 16/6 costs; v- A. Brown, £6. with 20/6 costs; v H. Hall, £s/5l- with 20/6 costs; v. T Harman, iWlO/-, with 15/6 costs; Mary Wilson v. F-' W. Butcher, 14/10/->. with 20/6 costs. Ariel Motor Works v. H. Chalkley £3, with 15/6 costs; Gibbins and Co. v. J. M. Jones, ^3/l/4, with 15/6 costs; W, Steele v. E. Age, £ 1/5/-, with 15/6 costs; C. Ebeling v. C. "R.. Fendley, £s, with 15/6. costs; D, F. Quiulivan v. Henry and Mrs McLure, garnishee case, .£3/0/4, with 20/- costs. , If you don't' get the belt ot beer Beer will get the beat of you. You can obtain the best of beer at the YARRAVILLE HOTEL, Ballarat st The best of Beer that is brewed is uiv(,y ...
FOOTSCRAY COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914
——— IFOOTSCRAY COUNCIL The ordinary meeting of the Footscray City .Council was held last Monday evening. Correspondence was received and dealt with as follows :— From Chief Secretary'^ office, notifying electlna-ftS- iSiegepta tive 0)1 Motfrfpolitan Fire ^ I Board-—The Council dJpded to support Cr Hickford, o^ Bruns wick. Cr F. T. Hickford wrote re the installation of a motor appliance at Footscray fire station. It was the intention of the Board to borrow £]00,000 for buildings and appli ances, and it had beeu decided that from the first loan of .£50,000 a motor appliance would be placed at Footscray. Delay had been caused in floating the loan, and in getting motor-appliances from En gland at the present time, but the whole question was having his best attention. As previously men tioned, the Council agreed, on the motion of Cr Harris, seconded by Cr Johnson, to support the candi dature of Cr Hickford. The Children's Hospital Com mittee wrote a lengthy letter ex plaining its positio...
JUNIOR CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914
JUNIOR CLUBS. 41^ wrfia.-.iHjt PI?°^terian J*«»iora | plaamd FiUroy St Mufk cm 3Wurd«y | last, which resulted in the Pressos win ning by an innings and 44 runs. The scores are as follows: YAKlfAVI' LE PRESSOS. First Innings. W. Currie c and b Bennett ... 6 A. -Ridoutt c and b Vap .. 1 G. McDonald b Bennett .. 15 L. Crow lbwb Vap 2 H. Gill b Watts .. ... 21 J. Jackson b Watts 6 E. Comben rot out 24 R. A. Shaw b Watts .. ,. 4 H. Kennedy st Edwards ... 4 H. Jones b Edwards 4 C. Pedley cab Edwards ... 9 Total 90 FITZROY. First Innings. 19 Bowling for Pressos' Crow 4 for 10, Currie 4 ior 7. Second Tnnings. 27. Bowling for Pressos' Crow 2 for 10, Carrie 6 for 13.
HOSPITAL SUNDAY BAND PERFORMANCES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 31 October 1914
HOSPITAL SUNDAY BAND PERFORMANCES On Hospital Sunday afternoon the Salvation Array Band played selections in the Railway Reserve, Footscray, anrt a collection taken up in aid of the Hospital Fund realised ,65/9/-• The Kingsville. Brass Band play ed on Hospital Sunday on the Es tate, and the collection in aid of the Hospital fund amounted to ^1/16/5. # On Sunday afternoon next, Nov ember 1. the Yarraville Citizen's Brass Band will render selections in the Hyde street reserve, when a collection will be taken up in aid of Hospital Sunday.