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LOYAL JUBILEE LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
LOYAL JUBILEE LODGE. A large number of members were present last Wednesday week when the Loyal Jubilee Lodge held their usual meeting. After routine busi ness had been concluded, the elec tion and ins allation of officers for the following six - mouths, took place, with the following results:— N.G. Bro J. R. Shaw; V.G, Bro W- Davies: Asst Secy, Bro E. Weller, Warden, Bro P. Schafer; Guardian, Bro S. Little. The lodge is very fortunate in posessing such an able lot ol officers, all of whom are young and'also enthus iastic. Bros Egan, Watson and Bates were elected District' Dele gates to the December quarterly meeting of the Port Phillip district Secretary Ellisreported that nearly £l had been collected for the Pat riotic Fund, which will-be forward ed to the G.M. and Board, after tie contributions of five members, who are away on active service, have been deducted. The Dispen sary delegates gave a report which' was received after a little discussion Next meeting night, ( Wednesday), ...
MOUNT LYELL PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
MOUNT LYELL PICNIC i The seventh annual picnic of the Mount Lyell M. &■ R. Co. employees was held at Men tone on Saturday last, when about 400 excursionists were conveyed there by special train leaving Yarraville at 5) a.m.. On entering the train at Yar raville, every child was handed a flag of the Empire and en route to Mentone the Union Jack and Southern Gross was to be seen fluttering at almost every window throughout the train. There was a good pro gram of sports, which were held in the Mentone reserve, and the large skating rink was well patronised by dancers catered for by Davies Bros and Mr J. McDonald, M.C. Mr Martin, the genial secret ary, who likes everything done thoroughly and well kept a vigilant eye upon every de tail throughout the day, con sequently the little folk were well catered for. Besides num erous juvenile races for good prizes, a liberal- distribution of toys and lollies was provid ed. The "Aunt Sally" compet ition was entered into with avidity proba...
TEACHING THE YOUNG IDEA [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
TEACHING THE YOUNG IDEA If residents of Seddon's most fashionable quarter have been amazed, when they have heard emanating fronl a back-yard in their neighborhood stentorianly expressed commands—"Kitchener! Fall into line.' J" "J off re ! For ward!!" "French! Advance!! "Now ! Altogether ! 1 Advance on -isarrrsV,^?.!"-"--1—the^explanaviou; that a father of a quartette or more sturdy boys living there has pet-named them after the Allies' Commanders. He dresses , his young hopefuls in military clothes, and devotes much time daiiy to exercising them iu approved manoeuvres. Approaching the other day, the residence of the Seddonian under notice, a friend, astonished at the soldiery shouts reverberating iu the vicinity, cau tiously crept to a side gnte to recon noitre, and peeped into the enclo sure. It was a critical moment in the fortunes of a tiny little aimy inside the yard. Paterfamilias '.the general) on his back verandah was directing the movements of an as ■sault by three of his ''...
FOOTSCRAY COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
'FOOTSCRAY COUNCIL) There was only a quorum present at the meeting of the j Pootscray (Jouncil last Monday ' evening. The absentees were Crs bhillabeer Fielding, Pearce I and McUonald. The Mayor, (Cr iiell) presided and several matters af importance were dealt with, including the ap pointment of an assistant en gineer, the consideration of which occupied sortie time and a good deal of balloting. He ports of this and other discus sions will be found elsewhere in this issue. CORRESPONDENCE. The Metropolitan i&lt; ire Brig ades' Board wrote notifying that pillar hydrants should be erected at corner o,f Paisley and Albert streets, and also at corner of, 1'icivett and Al bert street.—Un motion of Cr Johnson, the suggestion was adopted. .Lady Talbot Milk Ir.sti-, .ue wtote agreeing to supply jul k to this district i u Uju iuiiie conditions as last year. Ur Johnson in mo the letter be r°,ferreJ lo tL.o Heal eh Commbtee, ••••>. .&lt; t'.iit Health Ouicdr to V-uoct to ib&g...
LOCAL TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS—FOOTSCRAY EXCHANGE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
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WAR NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
WAR NOTEi British imports from Germany and Austria for 1913 amounted to .£88,000 000 out of a total of ^>681,000;000. • • * • By unwritten law, only Noble men are admitted to the commis sioned ranks of the German Deaths Head Hussars.* The cost of the German Army in the field is said to be over ^3000000 a day. • • « • At least 15,000 postmen .have been called out in England to join the colors. In one Scottish town every carrier answered'the call. The Kaiser owns a big Cafe in •Potsdnm-wlicrc-hc frequently lunch es and was always telling his be loved people of his peaceufl nature and his christian thoughts of them,^ They may begin to doubt him now -••••■ Lieutenant Von Forstner captur ed by the Belgians at Liege nearly caused a riot in Alsace-Lorraine by drawing his sword on a native of the town of Zabern, because he thought he saw him smile as he passed. • • • • Great Britain owns 20,892 mer chant vessels of 11,894,791 tons. Germany's 3,153,721 tons ranks „next. , * • * ■ ! The ba...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
At Monday'a council meeting Or Jenkins said th&t. seven months ago, the Council had the question of the appoint, ment of a foreman under con sideration. He would like to know what action had been taken in tho matter. Mr Ney len (surveyor) said he waa pre pared to recommend the p6r manent appointment of the present foreman.—It was resol ued to defer the matter for a week, and for the surveyor to submit a report on the mat ter. If you don't get the beat of beer Beer will get the best of you. Yon can obtain the best ol beer at the YARRAVILLE HOTEL, Ballarat st The best of Beer that is brewed is • or draught. Wines, Spirits and Cigars. Also Porter.on draught Phon®—Footscray 12, If. J. BER lqwitz., froyiipw. . j
RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. Yarraville to Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. Yarravllle to Melbourne WEEK DAYri (Saturday »xcepted) —5.23 a.m., 0.16, 6.42, 0.54, 7-1, 7.13, 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, 10.38, 10.52, 11.35, 12.2 p.m. 12.26, 12.59, 3.21, 1.40, 1.521 2.9, J.-23, 2.44, 8.8, 8.26, 8.47, 4.8 4.85 I 57a, 5.5, 5.24, 5.28, 5.46, 5.54, 6.6, 6.14, 6.39, 6.41, 6.57, '.8\ 7.10, 7. 26, 7.88, 7.48, 8.8, 8.29, 8.58, 9.24, 10.2. 10.82, 10.52, 11.81 12.20.- I • SATURDAYS aa u«ual to 10.52, then 11.34, 11.57, 12.1, 12.15, 12. 19a, 12.26, 12.39, 1.5, 1.14, 1.27, I.44, 2.7, 2.11, 2.24, 2.81, 2.59, 8.1R, 3.44*,- 3.47, 4.4, 4.80, 5.5. 5.25, 5.46, 6.5, 0.29, 6.47, 7.3*; 7.10, 7.25, 7.82, 8.8i 8.27, 8.5::, 9.24, 10.2, 10.32, 10.52, 11.8, 11.23 II.31, 11.40, 11.54, 12.8, 12.20, L.14V SUN DAYa—9.38, 9.54, 12.54, 1.40, 1.50, 2.8, 2.20, 2.83, 2.49, H.l't, 3.43", 3.59, 4-16, 4.50, 5.17, 5.47, 6.17, 0.47, 7.1, 7.19, 7.47, 8.11.. 3.47, 'J.16, 9.24, 9.32 9.40, j 1U. 10.20. 10.46. * Werriboc tmins to Spencer ...
ASSISTANT SURVEYOR MR. DEWAR APPOINTED [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
ASSISTANT SURVEYOR MR. DEWAR APPOINTED The Footscray Council on Mon day evening appointed Mr J. D. Dewar, 24 years of age, to the position of assistant surveyor to the municipality. Eight candida tes were left in to be ballotted for on Monday. These were : —L. Carey, aged 23; Robt McG, Daw son, 22; J. D. Dewar, 24; S H. M. Fowler, 33; Alan J. E. Gourlay 21; A. J-. -Meuanim 21, Harry B. Lee, and C. Roy Thompson, 25. In the first ballot, the number was reduced to Dawson .5 votes. Dewar 5, Fowler 4, Thompson 4 fowler and Thompson dropped out in the next count, leaving the final ballot to be taken between Dewar and Dawson. Dewar received three votes and Dawson two. Dewar was then appointed to the position.
MELBOURNE (Flinders Street) to YARRAVILIJB. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
MELBOURNE (Flinders Street)- to YARRAVILIJB. WEEK DAYS—5.47 a.m., 6.58, 6.2 3.16, 6.31, 6.55a 6.57, '.18, 7.40, 7.54a, 7.58, 8.25, W.48. 9., 9.34, 9.55. 10.24, 10.58, 11.28, 12p.m., 12.18, 12.27, 12.42. 1.5, 1.25, 1.45, 2.5, 2.30, 2.47, 3.2, 3.30, 4.4, 4.80 4.^9, 5.5, 5.19, 5.20a, 6.32*, 5.34, 6.45, 5.52, 6.2, 6.10, 6.27, 6.89, 6.59, 7.27, 7.54, 8.28, 9., 9.84, 9.57 10.12f, 10.29, 10.57, 11.23, 11.40, 11.55. SATURDAYS—5.47, 6.58, 6.2, 6.16, 6.31, 6.36, 6.42, 6.57. 7.18, 7.40, 7.54a, 7.58, 8.25, 8.48, 9.0.i 9.34, 9.55, 10.24, 10.49, 10.58,11.17 11.43, 12.6 p.m., 12.15 12.26, 12.41 I.3, 1.11, 1.82, 1.44, 1.59, 3.7», 2.20, 2.88* 8.2, 8.85, 4.4, 4.80, 4.52, 5.5, 5.30, 5.82, 5.52, 6.16, 6.37, 6.48, 6.59, 7.26f 7.56, 8.28, 9.5, 9.34i 9.57, 10.12, 10.25, 10.88, 10.46, 10.55, 11.8, 11.23, 11.85n, II.40, 11.55 SUN11AYS—10.20, 10.40, 11.10, (Bacchus Harsh) 12.55 p.m., 1.10, 1.23, 1.35, 1.52, 2.15, 2.87, 8.15., 8./5, 4.15, 4.45, 5.15, 5.31, 5.45., 6 15. 6.45, 7.15, 7.30, 7.45 8.15., 3.3u. S.46...
FOOTSCRAY AND WILLIAMS OWN DISTRICT CHURCHHS CRICKET ASSOCIATION The following table shows how the clubs stand on the premiership list— [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
FOOTSCRAY AND WILLIAMS OWN JjISI'KICT CHURCHHS CRICKliT ASSOCIATION The following table shows how th clubs stand oil the premiership lisi — Poss Points Club Points scoren Foot-cray Pres'>yte'ians S 8 pay View lid Methodists §• 7 J 'hd St Methodists 8 7 Lennox St Methodists 8 6 Hyde St Metho' i~t (a team) 8 4 Nr\vpo;t Methodic s S 4 Victoria St Methodists 8 4 Nth W'lown Prrs yterinns 8 4 Yarravilk I'.aptisls 8 4 W'nuown Congreiiationals 8 3 Hyde ot Meth dists (b team) 8 3 W'mtown Church of v hrist 8 , 2 Newport Baptists . 8 0 Chin-ell of Christ dofeated Newport Methodists last Saturday on the for mer's ground by eiVht wickets and 1 run. The scores were as follow: Neu nort Methodists, (ivst innings, 4G; C of C.. first innings, 91. Newport, se cond innings, 53, C. Jones 14, II. Da vey 10, l&lt;\ llolten 7. Bowlers for C. of C.: J. Suteliffe six for 24, C. Hill four for 20. Church of Christ, secon.l innings, two for 9; E. HaUj 7 not out, C. Hill 2 not out. Bowlers for New por...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
i? cr bx_iIO jstqtio as W H. CASH GROCER AND PROVISION MERCHANT has been app ointed Wood, Coal and Coke Merch ant for the Civil Service Stores. — Try-our Teas Specially Blended by the Leadinp Tea Experts. "Best variety in the district io choose from. Farm Produce a Specialty, "nod Coal and Coke at lowest I'rit.es. Families .v -it. d on and Orders promptly dt-Uvered to -" of the surrounding district. iO CANTERBURY ST., YARRAVILLE Something for the long winter nights Gramophone and Phonograph musical instruments of all kinds. Easy terms arranged. BEN WILLIAMS Yarraville. -—THE WISEST SELECTION one can make in this life is a HOME Claude Smith, Seddon, can supply you with any class of dwelling from £30 DEPOSIT, rent terms WHY DELAY ? The only difference \ be tween renting and buying is the deposit Call, write, 'phone to day Railway Place Seddon CLAUDE SMITH . Why Peopie Sutter Because they have no Intelligence. • They e^t too much meat | and • ■ Drink tuo much water Thus bringing on a d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
pn . FOR— High grade Goods at low prices. __ Birthday and TO ~ Wedding Presents. Post Cards, Station ery, & Fancy Goods. LOW'S ANDERSON ST. *"'FOR— ELECTRIC LIGHT LAMPS. "The Osram'' brightest and best The latest word in arti- rn ficial lighting. 50 candle ** | U PQwer 3/- each. All sizes stocked. W. C. LOW - YARRAViLLL — GO LOW'S
FOOTSCRAY SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
FOOTSCRAY SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB. The Footscray Scottish Thistle Glub held their usual monthly con cert and dance in the Royal Hall oil Wednesday evening, 18th No vember; there was a large attend ance. When the President, Bro J. Storie, attended by the Club's Pi pers, marched on the platform, the programme was opened. At the ; President's invitation, everybody rose and sang !God Save the King." The pipe selection by D. McPhersou (.champion piper) was well received; Miss Violet Hender son's dancing was much admired; Miss Marie Stewart's songs, "The Scottish Blue Bells" and "'Come into the Garden, Maud," met with a hearty reception; Mr E. E. Hooked songs. "Flow gently, sweet Afion"aud '"Moorish Maid." sung in splendid style, and had to respond to a recall; Miss Doris PIuminer's songs, "'My Aiu Folk"' iind "The Black Watch." were received with applause; Mr G. H. Cann's songs (.selected.) were well rendered: Miss M. Attwater s songs, "A Whispered Vow" and The Swallows," weie nicely sung;...
THE KITCHENER CALL. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
THE KITCHENER CALL. Writing from Exmouth (Devon shire) a friend of Mr V K." Hyatt in a long leiter refers to the non chalance of young people down South for ever a fortnight after England had declared war on Ger many the only thing she could righily clo to check the German menace, it seemed difficult for them to Relieve that perhaps"The D:iy" •Jiud.,c&lt;5me;..c)r,duj.iii.-d.ne'3r)v-yJ«jn-as; 'atU.,stbotirne and BfciglKon.watch ing the holiday crowds, the writer went on to pay, where thousands of young men and women were idling, or lounging about the sands enjoying flirtations, whilst bands played, children paddled and built sand castles; others were golfing, riding and swimming, just fleeting hours away as men did in the gold etrage—110 thought of Germany's iron-heel gigantic military machine and mailed fist drawing nearer every day. Some of them went "gay" in the evening waving flags; singing foolish songs and indulging in a lot of theatrical patriotism that only gives tro...
FOWL NUISANCE COMPLAINTS TO COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
FOWL NUISANGE COMPLAINTS TO COUNCIL Oii Monday evening last, at . the Footscray Council meeting, a letter was received irom Mr James J. O'Connor, of 24 Kent street, Yarra ville, as follows;- ' On a vacant allotment of land having a frontage of not more than 30 feet, and ad joining my property situated as above fowls are kept within a few feet of my house, both front and back. It is only right to say that my neighbour does his best to keep the place clean, but it is quite impossible for him to keep down the smell from these creatures, which in the evening after a hot d^y is almost unbearable, and to my mind, in addition to being so unpleasant, the nuisance is at pre sent a distinct menace to health. It is very hard when ^fter a hot day, a little fresh air cannot be enjoyed oil one's own property, but whe ther I go to back or front, I cannot escape the smell. I am caught in both places. The limit, however, was reached on Saturday night last, for, after the rain of the morning, and the...
FOOTSCRAY & WILLIAMSTOWN JUNIOR CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
KOOTSC'llAY it \V I LiLI AMSTOWN JUNIOR CUICKliT ASSOCIATION. The Sugar Works Cricket Club's, protest against the Newpoit Shops on the ground that they played a ,.tnan named ,Green contrary to,thc rules of the Association, was up held by that body on Wednesday evening. Consequently, the match will be awarded to the Susjar Works. To-day. Newport Shops meet Spolswood on the Spotswood ground, and the Footballers play Sugar Works oil the ground of the latter. % YAR«.aV:LLE FOOTIiALLEKS v iiPOTSWOOD • • • • * This niHti'h resulted in n win for Spots wood by 100 r.ui s. -1 be .-cores were : — SPOTSWOOD First Innings SI Second Innings 92 FOOTBALL, URS First Innings 24 Second Ioniaes 39 (baiting lour men short • I" the second innings, Kogerv ba'tel well for the Footballers, contiibuting 26 1
A NECESSARY WORK WILLIAMSTOWN ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
A NECESSARY WORK WILLIAMSTOWN BO AD. The Williamstown Council at Monday's local council meet ing wrote dtawing attention to the bad state of Williamstown road in Footscray territory, The Town Clerk pointed out that th s was . a joint work between Footscray anh Wer ribee Councils G'r Jenkins said the road in question was in a very bad state. Cr Johnson—Have you been over the road since you drove over it before you went on your holidays. Cr Jenkins—No, Cr J ohnson— Well, that e nearly twelve months ago., and the road is worso now. The Surveyor said that six months ago, he recommended that the work be done, but the Werribee Council then re quired too much for the use of its crusher, Since then he had seen. Mr Little, the Wer ribee Shire engineer, who thought his council would ' be prepared to make a reduction in its charges If that were done, he (Mr Neylon) would recommend that -the work be proceeded with. Cr Johnson—What will be the cost. , The Surveyor—£200 to each Council. On thoi m...
YRRAVILLE v WEST HAWTOHN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
Y^RRAVIIvLE V WES I' hawthohn I The ab ve match was played at H#w I thorn and resulted in a win lor West . Hawthorn In 8 wickets and 6 runs.' The i' following are he -c.>res : — "> A1&lt;KAVILLE First Iuni"gs . . .. . 114. WE ->T HAWTHORN First Intiin.s 127. fowling lor V»irravi 1' iJt Ilrck - lor 39, K. tioo win 6 lo' S7, K. Nirris U f >r 10. L. Mortini' r 0 lur 16. YARRAVI'.LE Second Innings. *• Keitm n, c Caldwell hub. b Killon 47 X, Mortimer, :uu ut 1 J. Caldwill. c Bi-sett,'b Hendrie ... 0 R. Norris. not out ... 43 Sundries 10 ' Three wkts (or 101 I 'Innings clnsedj WEST HAWTHORN I S-coitd In. tnjjs 2 wickets for 91. * * * * • To day Yarravilie play Fttzroy Foot ballers at Merii Pa'k. Player-and sup porters catch th>: 1.30 truin from Yarra ville. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
Special Notices DANCING i - Clarence Sisters and Brother (mcdougall) having disposed of all interest iu the Victor Theatre, a*e now holding DANCING CLASSES for ADULTS and JUVENILES ^ Iti all Braaches of Stage Dancing ,9 • • • Classes every Wednesday and Saturday Total Beginnerrs specially catered for at 87 PAISLEY STREET, FOOTSCRAY. AMUSEMENTS. Everbody's Doing It! &lt; Doing What? reserving every Wednesday evening for the Wattle Quadrille Clab Assembly, in the CUMING INSTITUTE YARRAVILLE and every Saturday at the Masonic Hall, Leeds street, Footscray. i Rogerson & Hay's Band — R. Sweeny, M.C. DANCING Ladies and Gentlemen wishing to learn DANCING for the coining season had 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 l...