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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
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The Unclaimed Million A Fascinating, Thrilling Serial The Unclaimed Million Published by arrangement with Ward Lock, and Co., London and Met bourne. [A11 Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XII.(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
The Unclaimed Million A Fascinating, Thrilling Serial Ihe Unclaimed Million Br HERBERT MAXWELL. Published Jjy smafement with Ward Lock, and Co., London and Met bourne. TA11 Bid* BeetrwA-l OHAFTEB JUL (Comtanned). The forecast of that eminently «hrewd loader of the Chancery Bar, Mr. Choi ce,nJ.-Iey Banks, K.C., was fulfilled 0 the veiy day. If it had been Lord Soberts protihesyingthe relief of Kim oerley, or Colonel Willcocks the relief 01 Aumaai, he could not have been more accurate in his dates. Within a month of ft ling the claim tie was arguing the cage, which figured in the list as ''in re William PrankfiBt, intestate, before the Master of the Holla, and quoting many learned max ims anent the law s abhorrence of pro perty remaining ownerless, and the advantage to, the state of determining disputes. when he had concluded a speech Rrnioh lasted three hours* and winnow fid and silted and strained the Prank )Bt pedigree throughout its ramifica tions from the ancient miser to the hon...
FOOTSCRAY SECOND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
FOOTSCRAY SECOND ELEVEN. Footscray, 8 for 117, declared closed, v. Williamstown, 30 played at Williams town, and won by the visitors by 87 runs oil the first innings.* For the winners. AlSaway 16. Addisot. 14, and Jackson 11 batted best; as did Thomas 10 for' the losers, whose poor batting was due to the excellent work of Leeds, 6 for 11, and liohrey 3 for 17 bowling unchanged. Jackson 3 for 18, J. Oaten 2 for 14, Coward 1 for 4, and E. Outen 1 for 24 did Williamstown'a bowling. ■ The match-between the Footscray and. Melbourne Thistle* resulted- in a good win for the Footscray Thistle after an exciting finish atrainst time, the last i wicket falling just before time. Foot scray made 106 for ♦ wickets and then closed, and succeeded in getting the Melbourne' boys out-for 86, winning a good game by 20 runs. The runs were made by J. Kidd 39 not oat, G. Ogilvie 25, E. ijippt 17.J. Wyatt 10 not out. The bowlers wereBolton 4 for 21, Ogilvie 3 for 13, W, Michie 2 for 16. Footscray Thistles ...
CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
CHAPTER xni. "Do you know whether your mastei is getting up, Mills?" "I don't know, ma'am, but I saw Mr. Blaker taking the shaving watei to his dressing-room just as I came in to you." "Was he very late last night?" "No, ma'am, not more than usual. Mr. Blaker says he can't stand it much linger. He's always been accustomed to serve in respectable families; and thib sitting up night after night and putting the master to bed " "Was he in his usual condition?" ".Mr. Blaker, ma'am?" "No, Mills—you are very stupid this morning—Mr. Prankfist?" "Just about the same, ma'am, bo Mr. Blaker said, but a little more, obstrep. erous. He wanted to fight Mr: 'Blaker in "the hall; and Mr. Blaker had. to wake ihe. second footman to assist him in qeitine master upstairs. Mr. Blake' says "Not so much of Mr. Blaker, please, • MPs." "But you asked me, ma'am, to find aw fiir you; and master's valet knows mnrc-than anybody else.'.' . "Well, tell your story without drag gi.i'i in Mr. Blaker's name, at every ...
FREE GARDENERS' ASSOCIATION FITZROY v. GORDON [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
FREE GARDENERS' ASSOCIATION FITZROY v. GORDON This match was played on- Saturday when the Gordons won on their first innings by 24 runs. Fitzroy scored 108 in their first innings, and 61 in the second The bowlers for the Gordons were—J. McDonald 6 lor 41, Collins 3 'or 19, Cooper 3 for 23. Gordons first innings totalled 132 H. McNeilage 32, J. McDonald 32, Potter 17, Shuttle worth 11, batted well. — The secretary of the Gordon Lodge cricket club acknowledges with thanks, donations from Mr J. Kennedy £2 2/, Mr Parry jfl/l/, and Mr Geo Jackson 10/6.
NEWPORT METHODISTS v PRESBYTERIANS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
NEWPORT METHODISTS v PRESBYTERIANS The Newport Methodists defeated the Presbyterians last Saturday on the for mer's ground by 93 runs on the first inn ings. Scores were: - Newport Methodis s 1st innings 121, North Presbyterians 1st innings 28, second innings 5 for 47. C. Williams 33, P. Powell 20, G, Regelsen 18, R. Regelsen 16, S, Close 12 not out. batted well, while R. Regelson 5 for 13, G Regelson 3 for 14, P Powell 4 for 18, and Williams 1 for 18 did the bowling. The Presbyterians' best bats were J Mills 11 and 13, J Drew 10, and the bowlers were H Carson 6 for 44, R Hindson 3 for 26.
NON-ATTENDANCE AT SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
NON-ATTENDANCE AT SCHOOL. &lt;. / For neglecting to send their children to - school i the following, parents ; were ifined: as . follows .at the Footscray Court on Monday:— Jack McGregor,, two cases. .18/ . Mary .Smart 2, John Gregan 60/-. Henry Glare, three cases, 6/- each, Robert Biddle,; two coses, 10/ eachf John O'Brien, 6/., William Lay ton, 2/-, John. Firth, 2/-, Jas. Laslett, 2/-, Mary. Withers, 2/-, C%u.;'Frestonr three cases, 6/-.
YARRAVILLE BAPTISTS v CHURCH OF CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
VARRAVlfcLE BAPTISTS v CHORCH OF CHRIST This match was concluded on Satur day and resulted in a victory for ibe Baptists by 160 on the first innings. The scores were: — Church of Christ—First Innings 57 YARBAVILLE BAPTIST. Tint Inniag*. W. Worrall. b Jones , 64 L. Carlton, b Hill ' ... 2 G. Sutton, c Hill b Sutclifff ... 39 F. Rox, b Jones 33 J. Walton, c Parsons b Hill.. "... • 13 G. Lewis, c Cox b Jones ... ... . 2 W. Lewis, lbw, b Jones .. ... , 18 J. Webb, not out .. ... - 14 E.Owen c Panons, b Jones ... : 6 Al'Preston, b Jones 2 C. Carlton, b Hill .. .. .. ; 8 Sundries 17 Total 218 Bowling for Church of Christ—J. Sut cli£fe 1 for 44, C. Hill 3 for 42, J. Jones 6 for 48, S. Chandler 0 for 32. S. Par sou i 0 for 21, p. Parsons 0 for 8, E. Hall 0 for 3. 1 Church of Christ—Second Innings 9 for 78. • ■ Bowling for. Baptists -G. Lewis 1 for 9, E. Owen 0 for 12. F. Box 3 for 9f A. Preston 0 for 8, J. Webb 1 for 14, Sut ton 1 for 6, L. Carlton 3 for 13.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
toLeod .on ^Deeda, Life PoUciee, Jewellery, Finance,, Piano*, F^urnltura., without'.removal, or. any Personal! Security.-. Advances made (or ,.:thar; purchaseofHoraee and > VeKielee, - repayment - by weekly ' in stalment*. Purnlture bought-.l® ,ln •olvMt aitatet&lt; - Strictly. Private,— W. H. Birek, Gowpm-^trmtr TooiM If you &a't .set.: tbs: beat of feaer Baer.wlll get.tkabeatbt you. You eta obtain .- the beat .of .baer . *t the YARBAVILX-B HOTEL,, BaUarat. at The best of Beer that ia brawad , ia >iwt,y' or .draught. Winea, Spirits, andCigars., Alao Portar .on -draught Phoaa—Footacmjr &lt;23,-;:M.v JcBJ8R* LOWCTl, PrmataUX'i .—AdTt, 5 VICTORIA ST., FO.OTSCRAV Jas. E. Orr AND (.PASTRYCOOK, Wedding and other cakes made to order. Allan A. Macauley, n i • n CARRIER. . • »■ -Furniture ..Removed .Town or Country. Picnic: Parties; catered For. Drags, Waggonettes, etc,:: always oh hand 'rat lowest Rates. Miss Mitchell's SELECT ASSEMBLY meets at Greeney's Espla...
VICTORIA ST. METHS v. FOOTSCRAY PRESSOS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
VICTORIA ST. METHS v. FOOTSCRAY PRESSOS 1 his match was won by the Presby terians by 92 runs on the first innings. B. Roberts 58| J. Williamson 33, and M. Schade 36 were the best bats for the Pressos. The total score was 161. Bow lers for Victoria Street were W. Cur wood • 0 for 42, j. Hope 1 for 26. P. Barkla 0 for 10. S. Grenfell 1 for 17, C. Beaver 3 for 12. Victoria Street made 69 on their first innings the previous Satur day. and secured 62 for 4 wickets in the second innings - W. Curwood 30 not out, A. Brown 13, P. Barkla 14 when- the stumps were drawn. It was pleasing to note the number of lady supporters who atteuded this match,
TROUBLE AT COURT REMARKABLE SUGGESTIONS OF ILL FEELING BETWEEN BENCH AND SOLICITOR [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
TROUBLE AT COURT REMARKABLE SUGGESTIONS OF ILL FEELING between bench and solicitor Some remarkable incidents oc curred during the hearing before i'Wsf ' Hoc^ges'in the Practice Court on Wednesday of an Order to Review in the case of Nelson and'Wallis which is reported else where in these colums. In an affi davit the Chairman of the . Bench Mr William Mitchell states that his unintentional erroneous an nouncement is sufficient answer to confute the slightest suggestion of personal' feeling in the matter which he utterly repudiates, and in a joint and several affidavit made by all the adjudicating Justices they say "As the affidavit of defen dant seems to suggest some ele ment of ill-feeling against the defendant s solicitor on the part of the Bench we wish to make it clear that no such feeling existed and our decision was absolutely uninlluenced by any such error." THe Judge had just read these two statements when his attention was drawn to some papers which bad been banded him by th...
LENNOX STREET METHS v WILLIAMSTOWN CLUB XI [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
LENNOX STREET METHS v WILIsIAMSTOWN CLUB XI Lennox Street Methodists played a scratch match with the Williamstown Club XI la«t Saturday on the former'* jround, which was won by Lennox St. ay 12 runs on the first innings. The scores are as follows : — I/ENNOX STREET First innings. John Miller, b J. Remington .. 6 G. Urafoam, c anil b Herring .. 4 I). I ope, b Herring 30 J. Hendry, run out .. 4 W. Smith, c and b Remington .. 2 A. Webb, c and b Remington ... 8 3. Comben, retire-1 24 G. Thompson, b Herring .. • .. 8 J. Dobson, b Herring ... ... 5 J Gothe, not out 10 S. Isteedf b Box 0 Sundries 24 Total 125 Bowlers, Club XI - W. Herring 4 for 28, J. Remingron 3 for 14, G. Box 1 for 6. WILLIAMS TOWN CLUB XI Firat Innings. A. Ford, b Graham 3 J. Ailes. stp b Miller 6 W. i'erring, Btp, b Graham 0 Nankervis, thrown out 28 Ferguson, b Graham 3 G. Box c aud b Graham 5 Hatch, b A. Webb 22 J. Kemington, b A. Webb • E. Phillips, c and b Miller . ... 19 Eric-son, b Hendry 8 Cohen;' not out ..." .....
LOYAL JUBILEE LODGE M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
LOYAL JUBILEE LODGE M.U.I.O.O.F. The above Lodge in the presence of a large number of members held their usual meeting last Wednesday week, one proposition, for, member ship was received. Nominations for- the change of chairs closed and judging by the number of nomina tions-received the contests will be very keen. The item on the sylla bus was a ' 'Bobs'' competition, and it attracted a very large entry almost everyone present tried their skill. The ultimate winner proved to be the Vice-Grand J. R. Shaw who came all the way frop ,the Werribee to the Lodge so therefore all present were pleased to see him win. B.wSchafer once'1 more filled the. position of "runner- up". Next meeting night is election of officers and installation, also-squar ing up night, no Syllabus item.
A DRAWN GAME [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
A DRAWN GAME The match between Bay View Rbad. Methodists and John Street Methodists, j played on the ground of'the-former, ended in a draw owing to the first inn ings not being completed. ,Bay View. Roed made 86 in the first innings. R. M'Millan. 23 not ont, C. Rice 19 and R. Edwards 12 were the top scorers. Bow lers for John Street'were-T.'Allan 4 for 23, L. Miles 3 for 29, G. Giles 1 for 13 H. Rolley 2 for 10.- John Street Metho dists had . lost 5 wickets for 32 rnris, leaving r, .Allan 11 not ont and D. Griff iths 6 not ont wlien the innings closed, leaving the game a'draw. Bowlers for [ Bay View Road were—R. Bdward»2for 9, R. M'MiltonSfortf. ;
DEBT CASES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
DEBT CASES At Monday's Footscray Court, orders were obtained in the follow ing debt cases:—J. A, Safe y. Albert Stephens (garnishee case). £3/14/3, with 13/- costs, Margaret Bennett y. Walter Reid (garnishee easel, £2/19/-, with 5/- costs, \V. H. Birch, represented by Mr A. C. Secomb, v.' John, and Alice M. Boag, j£5/10/-,' with 13/- costs;-v.. John Maher and George Beldin,. £ 8/10/-, with 13/--costs; v. Chas., W. Howlett, £6, with 13/- costs; T. N. ■ Mewburn v. James Henry; Cosgrove ahd Mrs Cosgrove, ^7/9/ with 12/6 costs.
A DECISION REVERSED [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
A DECISION REVERSED On the fifth day of October last a claim was made in the local Court of Petty Sessions before William Mitchell. John McPhee, William Gallant. Isaac Collins and George H. Bracher. Justices of the Peace in which A. M. Nelson sought to recover from R. H. Wallis the sum of ^15/16/4 for work and labor done, this amount being the. balance alleged tobe.due.. »of a house Mr . Brocket appeared sfor the Complainant and Mr Secomb for Defendant and the latter argued that in as much as the Contract bad not been completed in various de-. tails the Court had no Jurisdiciion to deal with the case. It will be remembered that the Chairman Mr W. Mitchell first announced the decision in favor of the Defendant and asked Mr Secomb what costs he applied for and subsequently announced that he had made a mistake and gave a Judgement for the Complainant for the full amount with costs. Against this verdict Mr Secomb on behalf of Defendant gave Notice of Appeal and an .Order Nisi to Review ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
PUBLIC jSTOTIO life W. H. FIELDI1G CASH GROCER AND PROVlfloN MERCHANT has beein app ointed Wood, Coal and Coke Merch ant for the Civil Service Stores. — THE NOTED TEA HOUSE y- > ■ : Try our Teas* -Specially-Blended by the Leading Tea'Experts. Best variety in the district to choose from. Farm Produce a Specialty. v"nod . ... •' s Coal and Coke at lowest Prices. Families \vaU d on and O rders promptly delivered to n'l «.-i - of the surrounding district. 10 CANTERBURY ST., YARRAVILLE Something for the long winter nights Gramophone and Phonograph musical instruments of all kinds. Easy terms arranged. BEN WILLIAMS Yarraville. Why People Sutler Because they have no Intelligence. • They eat too much meat AND v ■ Drink tuo much water II Thus bringing on a dreadful com * ' plajgt which is called [aDflnacfiL liave cured hundreds of sufferers during the hot weather by my ?ure Proof 5pirits,cmd nty Xeavenly geer. Cure Guaranteed._ Call and See ' J. KENNEDY, STONEY CREEK HOTEL, - Hyde Street,...