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MOUNT LYELL PICNIC OUTING NEXT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
MOUNT LYELL PICNIC OUTING NEXT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21 The annual outing of the Mount Lyell Employees will this year take the form of a train picnic, and will be held at Mentone, a popular sea side resort, on Saturday, Novem ber 21. The secretaries have all arrangements well in hand, and a splendid programme of sports will be given. Picnickers are notified that Mrs Hayes of the Waverley Tea Rooms, Mentone, will -supply a good dinner for .1 /-. and after noon 'tea for 6d., both of which may be obtained on the ground.
HYDE STREET METHS (a) v. NEWPORT BAPTISTS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
HYDE STREET METHS (a) ▼. NEWPORT BAPTISTS I ■ This match was played on the ground of the former club, and resulted in a win for them by an innings and 87 rnns. The scores were as follows : — Hyde St-eet (a) First Innings, 210. NEWPORT BAPTISTS First .Innings. H. Potter, .b White ... .. 1 J. Widdows, b Wilson I A. Osmond, c and b. Wilson 5 J. Harris, b White ... 0 G. Badden, b White ... 1 B. Williams, b Wilson ... : o D. Kirk, c Mayer, b Wilson .. 3 W. Graham, runout . .. ; 0 R. Densham, not out ....' 2 J. Darrell, b Wilson ... ... 0 T. Bunting, b Wilson ... 0 Sundries ... ... .V 9 Total ' * 23 _ Bowling. Hyde St. (a)-T. Wilson 6 for 6, G. White 3 for 8. ' Second Innings. A. Osmond, b H. Humphrey ... 9 D. Kirk, c Mayer, b Humphrey . 3 R Densham, b Holmes .... ... 3 H. Potter, b Holmes ... 2 J. Widdows; c Hill, b Holmes ... ' 2 J. Harris, b Mayer ... ... ... 18 H. Williams, not out... ... ... 20 6. Budden, b T. Wilson ... ... 9 W. Graham, b Wilson 2 H. Darrell, stp -Dobbie, b Holmes I...
BETTING IN FOOTSCRAY PARK [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
BETTING IN FOOTSCRAY PARK . On Monday, at the Footscray Court, before Messrs W. Mitchell, W. Gallant, Collins and Bracher, J's.P.. Alexander Campbell was charged with having made a bet in the Footscray Park on October 31. Constable Davis stated that he arrested the defendant on Saturday afternoon on a warrant for street betting in the Footscray Park. He asked that defendant be remanded, as the case had to be heard before a Police Magistrate. Defendant was again further remanded for seven days.
OBSCENE LANGUAGE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
OBSCENE LANGUAGE At Monday's sitting of the local Court, Jaines Robert Taylor wae charged with having made use of obscene language in Geelong road on October 28. Constable Joiner gave evidence in support of the charge, and defendant, who pleaded guilty, was fined 60/-, in default 14 days' imprisonment.
ANTI-VACCINATIONISTS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
ANT1-VACCINATI0HIST8 The following parents were each fined 10/- at Monday's Court for failing to have their children vac cinated Murdcck Norman Mc Donald, Thomas Stephens, Daniel Gordon, Samuel J. Crew, George G. Allen, Percival H. Williams, Herbert N. Creswell, John Henry Fisher, John H. I«eanan, James J. Scott, Fred C. Cox. William J. Wells.. Maurice Quilty, William White. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
: Yon can obtam a loan privately and quickly on your ownnoteofhand by applying to J. B. Anderson, 64 Leeds street, Footacray. . Office houra,8a.m. to 9 p ti» rlnae Saturday*, J ~ '#• Note change*4 addraai.—Adrt . Advertia* in the "Weekly Nawa", which U read 1* over 1000 homes te Vbm diatrirt.
CHILD DIES FROM BURNS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
CHILD DIES FROM BURNS j Ruby Blake, four years of age, the daughter of Mr George Blake, laborer, residing at Southampton street, Footscray West, 011 Satur day last rcccived teirible injuries, which resulted in her death. The child was playing about a bonfire, when her clothes took fire. The little girl was at once conveyed to the Children's Hospital last Saturday afternoon, burnt from hip to foot, and she died in the Hospital.
The Weekly News The moving finger writes, and having writ Moves on. Nor all thy pisty nor wit Shall lure it back- to cancel half a line Nor all thy tears wash out a word of it. SATURDAY, NOV 14, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
'i'ho moving finger writes, and having writ Move# on. Nor all thy platy nor wit Shall lure it back- to canctl hall a lina Nor all thy tears wash out a word nf it. SATURDAY, NOV 14,. i914 Mr Geo. H. Brown, clerk of courts at Footscray, is away on bis annual holidays. Constable- Moore is in charge of the West Footscray police station, vice Sergeant Ryan, who has been transferred to Footscray. .• . • • • • Sergeant Ryan is now temporar ily in charge of the Footscray police station. Sergeant Smelcher, we are pleased to say, is greatly improving in health. • • * • The Rev. W. R- Byers will be absent from his pulpit on Sunday, as he is taking the first Anniver sary Services of the Scots'Church, Geelong.' • • • • • Patrick Mclntyre was charged before the Footscray Bench on Monday with having behaved in an indecent manner in the Footscray Park on October 25. Constable Ross stated that he saw defendant on the bank of the river is a naked condition. A fihe'of lO/- was~1BF flicted. The monthly...
LIGHTS 0' LONDON A FAMOUS PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
LIGHTS 0' LONDON I A FAMOUS PLAY I Old play goers will recollect with delight the grand old play produced in Melbourne many years ago by George Rignold. and later on by Bland Holt, Both of these great producers gave us 'The Lights O' London' in such -a way that the mention of this greatest of plays will always bring them uppermost in memories of the stage. Now the ■play-is coming to us in ""moving •picture form, and everyone who loves a good play will welcome the opportunity of witnessing 'The Lights o' London' on the screen. It has been secured by the St. George's Theatre, Yarraville, and will be shown for three nights only commencing or Monday next Nov 16. It is in four parts and is sup ported by a number of ethers. For to-night a further series of 'Lucille L.ove' (7th series) in two parts will be shown. This scries is very exciting showing Lucille in the hands of the heathen Chinese. Another big film for tonight is 'The Wreck' a big sensational Vitagraph picture in three reels, I...
YARRAVILLE v. MIDDLE PARK [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
YAKUAVIIjLE v. MIDDLE PARK! This match was concluded on Saturday and resulted in a substantial win for the Yarraville team by 60 runs. Scores ari as follows ; — YARRAVILLE. First Innings. A. Reitman, c and b Ford 6 C. Rock, t Ford ... ... .. 0 H. Woods b Ford 7 W. Davis, b Ford 8 P. Bampfield, bFord 7 F. Goodwin, c and b Ford 22 H. Sutcliffi, c, b Ford .. .... 17 L- Mortimer, not out ... ... Z9 R. Morris, c b Ford 15 J. Caldwell, b Roberts 19 L. Beck, lbw, b Roberts ... ... 0 Sundries 10 Total 140 Bowling. Middle Park—Ford 8 for 75, Roberts 2 for 9. MIDDLE PARK First Iunings. J. Marshall, b Beck 0 J. Robertson, run out ... ... 4 F. Carter, b Goodwin ' 0 M. Sullivan, b Mortimer .. ... 14 F. P; rk, c and b Goodwin 13 T. Ford, not out ... 7 G. F.omestick, b Mortimer, . 0 W. McLeish, b Mortimer .. ... 0 E. Griffiths', c and b Mortimer ... 7 J. Morrison, b Goodwin ... ... 0 P. Robert*, c, b Mortimer "... . 31" Sundries ... . ..r • 4 Total - " 80 Bowling,. Yarraville—Mortimer 5 for 17, Go...
SWIMMING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
SWIMMING NOTES The opening: day of the Footscray Swimming Club will take place on Saturday afternoon, December 5. when the following events are set down for decision: —Under 14 years of age Handicap, Junior Members' Handicop, Senior Members Handi cap, Diving Handicap, Novelty Race, and Relay Race. The club's president (Hon. W, H. Fielding, has forwarded to the secretary another handsome Cup (the sixth), to be competed for at the annual carnival to be held in February, Some of the swimmers are already showing good torm at practice. Great interest is being taken in the coming- Novelty race. The hon swimming instructors of the club have close on twenty lads learning to swim. .
CRICKET Footscray v. Williamstown. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
CRICKET NOTES by "ALIX" Footscray v. Williamstown. The above teams- met on the Footscray ground last Saturday afternoon, and a good day's sport was witnessed. Footscray had the first use of the wicket, and they performed really well, losing three wickets for 164. Jack Smith made 81 not out, attractivel} made,' and included eight fourers. A score of 56 not out was contributed by O'Shannassy, and the pair added 106 to the score while they- were together. It was a good perform ance on the part of both men. , . Wiiliamstown had one hour and ten minutes to bat. but in that time they put together 109 for the loss of two ' wickets. 5 Simmoids smartly stumped Brown off Green, a newcomer to the Footscray team from Bendigo. The game was drawn. The scores were as follows.— FOOTSCRAY. First Innings. Three wickets for 164 williams rowv. Two wickets for 109 Bowling—J. Green 1 for 20, A. Johannsen 1 for 24, J. Smith 0 for 10, EL Emtnerson 0 fo. 22, H Christian 0 for 29.'
SUNSHINE TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
SUNSHINE TO HELBOURNE, WEEK DAY &lt;—6.55. 7.80, 7.84. I 8.1, 8.21 10.8, 11.3, 12.80, 2.8, 3.45, 5/26, 5.81, 5.85, 6.9, 6.44, 7.81, 9.50, 11.12, 12.9. SATURDAYS—7, 7.80, 7.89, 8.1, 8.SJ1, 10.8, 11.8, 12.2, 13.7. 12.23, 1.21, 2.8, 8.2, 5.28, 6.48, 9.50, 11.8 12.29. SUNDAYS—9.54, 1.58, 8.47, R.16. 8.57, 10.19. .Leave Foottcray 11 minutes late* MELBOURNE TO SUNSHINE. WEEK DAY'S—6.2, 7.6 and 7.13 not stopping, at Footacray, 7.80, 8.40, 10.88, 11.38, 1.87, 2.48 8.88, 8.58, 4.11, 5.26, 5.58, 6.88, 9.18, 10.22, 11.40. S ATURDAYS-7-aame ai week days UU 10.33, 11:15, 1136, 12.40, 1.82 1.58 4-o2, 5.50, 9.18, 10.38 I j.,41. SUNI)\YS—9.10, 12.40, 8.o, 5.28, 2*2. 9.82.. f-.ea.-es Footscray 14 minutes later.
RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. Yarravlile to Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. Yarravlile to Melbourne WEEK DAVd (Saturday excepted) —5.28 a.m., 6.15, 6.42, 6.54, 7-1, 7.18, 7.25, 7.81*, 7.41, 7.49, 7.56, 8.8, 8.15a, 8.19, 8.85, 9, 9.81, 9.41 9.57, 10.88, 10.52, 11.85, 12.2 p.m. 12.26, 12.59, 8.21, 1.40, 1.521 2.9, ^23, 2.44, 8.8, 8.26, 8.47, 4.8 4.85 4.57a, 5.5, 5.24, 5.28, 5.46, 5.64, 6.6, 6.14, 6.29, 6.41, 6.57, J!A*. 7.10, 7. 26, 7.88, 7.48, S.8. 8.29, 8.58, 9.24, 10.2, 10.82, 10.52, 11.81 11.29, 11.54, 12.20. SATURDAYS aa usual to 10.52, then 11.84, 11.57, 12.1, 12.15, 12. 19a, 12.26, 12.89, 1.5, 1.14, 1.37, 1.44, 2.7, 2.11, 2.24,, 2.81, 2.59, 8.18,x 8.44*, 8.47, 4.4, 4.86, 5.5. 5.25, 5.46, 6.5, 6.29, 6.47, 7.8*, 7.10, 7.25, 7.82, 8.8i 8.27, 8.5M, 9.24, 10.2, 10.82, 10.52, 11.8, 11.28 11.31, 11.40, 11.54, 12.8, 12.20, 1.14*. SUNDAYa—9.38, 9.54, 12.54, I.40, 1.50, 2.8;; 2.20, 2.83, 2.49, 3.17, 3.42, 3.59, 4-16, 4.50, .6.17, • 5.47, 6.17, 6.47, 7.1, 7.19, 7.47, 8.111, S.47, 'J.16, 9.24, 9.82 9,40, 10, .10.20. 10.35, 10.46. * Werribeu tt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
TROCADERO THEATRE Saturday, November 14 Special Engagement of ERNEST PITCHER (THE BIG MUG) NELLIE KOLLIE The Great London Character Male Impersonator THE GREAT KIELY Giving studies of Prominent Mili tary and Naval Men and Statesmen CLARENCE SISTERS and BROTHER - .Novel Attraction. Over 30 of Footscray's Children appearing in a Singing and Dancing Display, trained by these well-known Artists MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON iwhen the Children will appear Last Night of the present Picture Program including the great Franco* Rissian War Drama, 'Lest We Forget' 'When Villains Met' 'When the World was Young,' etc. PICTURE STARS Mon. Toes. Wed. Lights o* London The famous Melodrama as played here by Bland Holt and the late George Rignold. A mixture of Smiles and Tears Keystone Comedy 4The Water Dog' Picture Stars, Thurs. Fri. Sal THE FATAL INVENTION THE OLD ARMY COAT And another Keystone Comedy, Caught in a, Flue AMUSEMENTS ST. GEORGE'S Yarraville. MONDAY FOR THREE NIGHTS The Greatest DRAMA of ...
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PAINTER [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PAINTER C. DOBBINSONv 27 Paisley St. House decorator, painter, glazier, paperhanger, etc. Estimates for repairs and orders promptly atten dedto. • ESPLANADE HriXL, Beach Station, Williamstown (J. W. Greenev. Sde Proprietor,) The most up-to-date,in the Town. To let for Socials. Concerts, Dances. Weddings and Meetings. Tele. 186 W'stown. Dancing every Saturday-Night. Miss THORNQUEST, Ladies' Milliner, late 10 Hopkins Street, has removed to-94 Nicholson St., • Foots ;ray. - Hair dressed as usual. Combings made, up. Klectric face and head mass*0^. 1/6. Letters attended to. ;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
SPECIAL NOTICE. II 11 Here's the Best of all the new Spring Costumes for 7/11 0HERE is not bigger value in all Footscray than thi& Superb Crepe Costume, priced as lowly as 7 11. We have them in all shades of plain and striped Crepe well made, and as big bargains as the price suggests. It is extravagance to miss such an opportunity. Here are one or two other " equally keen values :— Special line Crepe Blouses, all shades, trimmed buttons, new yokes l/II Good Muslin Blouses, Raglan sleeves, targe buttons 1/11 A very large range of Floral Muslin and Crepe Blouses 2/11 C. FORGE, DRAPERY STORES ''The White House" Nicholson St., Footscray n ■B B H ■ BAINBRIDGE'S BARGAIN HOUSE Anderson Street, Yarravil le The. Very Place for Mothers who have Children to Clothe Frocks for School wear. Frocks for Hard wear Frocks for Dainty Wear All Sizes Stocked in Ladies' & Children's Underclothing Dainty Blouses, Smart Blouses & Blouses for work All our Own iMake, well finished, an...
LOCAL TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS—FOOTSCRAY EXCHANGE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 14 November 1914
LOCAL TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS—FOOTSORAY EXCHANGE you—iu, yumouue, A. J. lioa—Aiutrfc tiuuo. ion—a.ibium yuarry Co. •Jii—aium U. J, ad—AMiiUi>ANUE Uant U. 177—AttDiOiiiUH J. U, 03—ft ■Annum Jag. lbti—A£tUu^i\ W. J., Sec Braybrook 245—AiU'M A.- u. 4lii—Angiitis Wjt and Co. au/—Arcuar W. las—Auiui' uu tert H. C, auu—Art .racket oo. l.y—Aston J. HJii—Attwood U.H. 2tid—Australian 1'urceiaia Work*. lis—Australian Wood .ripe Co. I 37—Baglin Uev J. T. ou—inuix, commercial Ooz—uaux- JM.&.u. ammhjns. b—iuuik. ftatiooai.., 2z&lt;i—iiua^t iu>yttl, ot Australia. 1402—iittiitv, suite savings, . 14—utum, state saving, V'vilie. oju—uui^iy hotel ;4oi—uni'iuili vilaas ia>—iiiautit A, 1 **—ii*y view hotel, 2uiui—uwUc Mrs, aunshiugt Su±—ueiirage Jaiuw to—iMjlgravia hotel. aaa—£*u i* , . . 3*0—iiettgough A. M. laa—Itenjmmn L> 00—iixiicii W. U. 294—Wiruili E. Jt Saos-^tsistiop Herbert asm-iiiWa 11. Ji._ 2a Ii—iiijAlU A. P. aa—iiitui* a. H, 3ati...t>oauie H. ii&lt;. Bo...