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NOXIOUS TRADES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
NOXIOUS TRADES Amongst the correspondence received'by the Council was a letter from the Public Health Department stating that if the. Council did not frame a nox-: ious trades' by-law within one month from that date, the Board would take actiun to compel the Council to frame same. Councillors did not appear to ' be at all disturbed over 'he threat made in the letter. Cr Johnson said he would like to know what the Board had done as regards the Melbj ourne City Council. Cr Harris — The - Melbourne City Council should be the first to lead- the way in this direction. Cr Johnson—We should com municate with our representa tive on the Board of Health, and ask, him to supply us with information as- to w >at (action the Melbourne Coty Council proposed ^o take. Cr Johnson's proposal was agreed to. Before purchasing hoot* and shoes inspect STEELS Boot Emporium, opposfto the James Cumiiftr Institute Yarraville. All leading manufact urers, Marshall, Qoodwear, Stafford, Etna and other*, in gre...
Footscray and Williamstown District Churches Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
Footscray and Williamslown District UUurcbus Cricket Association. Lennox street Methodists defeated \v iwanistown Uongs. last baturuay, on Une ground of uio former by o'A runs on tno lust innings. .Lennox street by malciim 231 runs ill the second inning.-, nave maae the hipiest, aggregate score in the Association for tins season. Tne scores are as follow:—Lennox street, lirst innings, 1S2U; (Jongregauonals, 1st innings, 00. Lennox street, secoiwi in nings— ^ upe, b It. Gregg 2 A. Anderson, run out 2i' \v. smith, e Ugiivie, b G. Ogden 2 J. Henury, b it. Conroy . 17 it. Arthur, e sub., b It. Conroy lt> G. Thomson, b I1'. UgUen 22 . Com ben, run out .. .. .. .. Ou G. Granain, b 11. Gregg 23 It. AVubb, b It. Gregg .. .. .. .. 2 J. Miller, b !>'. Ogden ...... .. 15 J. Uoniben, not out S2 lixtras d Total 231 Howlers for Congregationa:s: It. r.jf" tnree for ., I1'. Oordeii two lor it. Conroy two for 15, G. Ugden one for S2, V. Ugiivie none for 2ti, ji. I in l lrriieUl nono ior 21. To...
CRICKET FOOTSCRAY V. MALVERN. Footscray: First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
| CRICKET NOTES by "ALIX" FOOTSCRAY V. MALVJERN. i'ootscrav: First Imiinea. , W. Jackson, o Jordan, b Pockett 9 S. .VBiien, b Dodamore 34 : J. Smith, c Denton, b Dolamoro .. 19 D. O'Shannessy, run out 0 j H. Smith, st Ellis. b Dolamore .. 0 | IT. Emmerson, c Ellis, b Dolamore 1 A. Johannesen, o lieuttio, b Dola more 0 L. Jounoson, c and b Gray .... 5 F. Simmons, 1 b b Dolamore .. 0 i II. Christian, not out .. i J. H. Green, absent * 0 Sundrios 3 Total To Bowling: A. Dolamoro six for 31, D. A. Gray ono for ±4, i'ockott one for 13, E. Denton nono for IB. Malvern: First Innings^" L. Rogers, b Johennesen 8 S. Thomson, b Christian .. .... 7 Jno. lieattie, c binimons, b Johan nesen 12 E. Hush, c H. Smith, b Emmerson 11 D. A. Gray, b J. Smith 15 J. Poekutt, b J. Smith 10 Jas. JtLoran, e Jonnoson, b O'Shan nessy 41 A. Dolamoro, .. .. .... 32 J. Ellis, not out 36 J.-rumi, c, b (J'Suaun«ssy 17 Demon, not out ... ..' 6 Sundries l&lt;s Nine tor 20o (OecUred Closed) Footsc/ay Second Inni...
VICTORIA STREET METHODISTS V. HYDE STREET B. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
VICTORIA STREET METHODISTS V. HYDE STREET B „-n^la,yed i.n Tre latter's ground, and was won by Hyde street B by nine wickets and 3 runs. Scores: Victoria street, first innincs, 70 runs Hydo st second mnings, ono for 17 runs, c' Read 13. S. Gilchrist 2 not out Bowl I ers for -Hyde street B (both innincs): n. Armstrong eight for 22 and five toj oo. K Blennerhassett two for 14 nnd^ four for 20. Victoria, street Methodists, second innmcs: W. Hen wood 2 P. Barjrta 21 C. Beaver and T Grenfell 0, A. Lano S>. Best 1, Ley 0, F Tickell f> ;T-and Firth 0. Rodda 0 not out,' total 49. Bowlers for Victoria street: i J. Barkla_none for 11. W. Curwood I on® for 4, T. Ctaeafail none for &
NEWPORT BAPTISTS V. YARRAVILLE BAPTISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
NEWPORT BAPTISTS V. YAlUiA VILLE BAPTISTS. The above match was played at New port . Scores: Newport Baptists, first innings, 31. G. Budden 7 j L. Carlton three for 8, G. Green iivo for (*, hj. Owon two for 3. Yaxraville Baptists, First Innings. W. Worrall, c Widdows, b IvirK patricK , • • 1 G. Green, c Williams, b Kirk- . Patrick jj. F. Box, b Iviikpatrick . 23 C. Craven, out 4S S. Green, o Williams, b Osmond 10 G. Sutton, c Rev. Potter, b Os mond .. . 1 J. Walton, c Widdows, b Kirk:at rick 9 W. 1/-wis, b Osmond ... W h- Carlton. b Kirkpatrick .. .. 18 ]. Webb, b Williams 5 E. Owens, not out 0 * Sundries 10 Total 156 Newport Baptists, Second~Inuings 31 Yarravil.e Bap is s -en the match l>y an innings 94 ruus. Footscray Pressos v. Hyde street Me thodist A team, played on ground of former. Scores as follow: Hyde street, first innings, 47, second innings one for 41. AVliite 30 not out. Bowlers for Presses: Puclie one for 14. Pressos, first innings, 222; H. Payne'54, H. Briese 42, E....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
AMUSEMENTS TROCADERO THEATRE Saturday, November 28 Special Starring Engagement of Schell's Lions A Handsoir e Souvenir will be presen ted to any LOCAL Lady who will enter the Lion's Den on Monday night, Expensive engagement of Man and Franks Presenting an unusually Clever Singing and Burlesque Act Les Wharton The famous colored comedian & Singer Saturday at Matinee and Night Last showing of Mary Pickford in 'The Eagle's Mate' Undoubtedly the Greatest Picture of the year, and many others. Special New Pictures, Monday 30. A great English Dramatic Special The-Expert's Secret A Great Western Two-reel A Tragedy of the North Woods —also— The Battle of Lubeck and the Great Fight btfore Antwerp Picture Stars, Thtirs. A great" Vitagraph Five reel Broadway feature Mr Barnes of New York A film that set England and America talking AMUSEMENTS THIS SPaCE RESERVED FOR ST. GEORGE'S Yarraville. showing LUCILLE LOVE The Girl of Mystery The Great Travel Star KEYSTONES, and LATEST WAR PICTURES....
SUNSHINE TO MELBOURNE, [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
SUNSHINE TO MELBOURNE, WEEK DAY 1—6.55, 7.80, 7.84 ! 8.1, 8.21 10.8, 11.8, 12.80, 2.8, . 8.45. 5H26, 5.31, 5.85, 6.9, 6.44, 7.31. 9.50, 11.12, 12.9. SATURDAYS—7, 7.80, 7.89, 8.1, 8.21, 10.8, 11.8, 12.2, 1S.7, 12.23, 1.21, 2.8, 8.2, 5.28, 6.43, 9.50, ll.a 12.29. SUNDAYS—9.54, 1.58, 8.47, 6.16, 5.57, 10.19. Leave Footacray 11 minutes later MELBOURNE TO SUNSHINE. . WEEK DAYS—6.2, 7.6 and 7.12 not stopping at Footseray, 7.30, 8.40, 10.33, 11.88, 1.87, 2.48 8.88, 3.58, 4.-11, 5.26, 5.58, 6.88, 9.18, 10.22, 11.40. [ S4TURDAYS—same aa week days til/ 10.33, 11:15, 11.86, 12.40. 1.82 1 1.58 4-o2, 5.50, 9.18, 10.38 I >..41. fUNI) \YS—9.10, 12.40, 8.,, 5.28, Tl. 9.82.. I Lea-es Footseray 14 minntes later.
BUILDING REGULATIONS. BUILDER'S COMPLAINT [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
(BUILDING REGULATIONS. BUILDER'S COMPLAINT | Mr T. Brooks, of 88 Somerville road, Yarraville wrote a lengthy letter to the Footscrav Council on Monday in reference to a clause in the ahove regulations. He said he wished to enter a protest agninsl the administration of the regula tions which recently came into force. Having a house to erect after the Act came into force, he had an interview wi h the engineer before starling to find out if all the clauses were to be carried out, and the engineer said that until the Council instructed him otherwise, he was going to have the regula tions complied with ' He 'Mr Brooks) was getting ready to mor tice and tenon his job when a con tractor told him that they were' i?oii:g to.'\v,ink their eye" at the morticing business. He then rang up the town clerk, who said the regulations had to be adhered to Since then he had seen several jobs erected in the usual style, and he strongly objected" to being singled out1 and made to mortice and tenon while ...
TURF NOTES SELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
TURF NOTES V SELECTIONS • • • • • BY "COURIOLiL" ' Handicap Mutoscope 1, Moonbara 2, I Powerful 3. First Division Lin.153 1, Jemlah 2, B il Blni. 3. Sandow Hnndi'ap A1 bey Crniij 1 Ham burp: Bell 2, Polldook 3' Second Division Qua'rv Park I, Ren lick 2, Sp^rt- Girl 3. Third Divis on Raiis 1 Golden Charm 2, Mistii-t RiiSk Jumper' Flat - Bessemer 1. Siq ai ous Zi ,
DEBT CASES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
DEBT CASES At Thursday's sitting of the Fooiscray Court, orders were ob tai- e ' in the following- debt cases : —F. Powne v W. Bostock, 16/9, with 5/ costs, J. S Anderson v Charles E Sims and Alf Webb, j6l/10/6. with 7/6 costs; v A. J. Marshall. £3/16/, with 7/6 costs; > v Alfred E Edwards and H. Leo nard, £2/3/, with 7/6 costs; v David Keane and F. Hulyer, 14/, with 7/6 costs. . Money to Lend on Deeds, Life 'Policies, Jewellery, Finance, Pianos, Furniture, witho'Jt removal, or any Personal Security." Advances made for the purchase of Horses •''and Vehicles, repayment by weekly in stalments. Furniture bought in in solvent estates. Strictly Private.— W. H. Birch. • Cowper-atreet. Foots cray.—(A&lt;frt.) . _ .
The Weely News The moving finger writes, and having writ Moves on. Nor all thy piety nor wit Shall lure it back to cancel half a line Nor all thy tears wash out a word of it. SATURDAY, NOV 28, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
The moving flnj?er writes, and having writ Moves on. Nor all thy piety nor wit Shall lure it back to c&nc«l hail a line Nor all thy tears wash out a' word of it. SATURDAY, NOV 28, ^914 An effort is still being made by local residents to secure a level crossing at Blackwood street. Rep resentations have been-made to the Railway Department, who pro mised to contribute half of the cost but it is thought that it is the bounden duty of the Department to provide a crossing over the line at this street without the rate payers being called upon to con tribute anything The Mayoress of Footscray (.Mrs S Bell) is prepared, on behalf of the Red Cross Society, to receive blankets for the troops serving at the front. Anyone wishing to as sist the urgent appeal made in Thursday's "'Age," will kindly forward samfe to 116 Nicholson street, Footscray.^ The Mount Lyell picnic will bo further celebrated to-night at the Cuming Institute, when the employees and prize win ners will be entertained ...
ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
ATHLETICS The Footscray Harriers club room has lately been the scene of much activity, as members antici pate making a name for the club in the forthcoming inter-clnb com petitions, the first of which will take place on Saturday December 5th, at the Amateur Sports Ground. Test races will shortly be held to decide the team, and the "heads" are confident of having one of the strongest competing. Members who liavp not yet commenced training a*e advised to dj so at once ; every member has a chance to represent Footscray ; also about Christmas time, big meetings will be held at Bendigo, Casilemaine and Fern Tree Gully, and it is hoped that Footscray will be strong ly represented at these meetings. Information regarding these meet ings may be obtained from the Secretary who will be "at home" at 73 Walter St., Footscray.
THE BATTLE OF ALOST REALISTIC PRESENTATION [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
THE BATTLE OF ALOST realistic presentation The cinema man again demon strates his dari'ig in "a fine film of "The Battle i>f A'ust, ' i:> be screened at Si George's Tluatre to-night. The man behind the camera takes risks little dreamt of. In this picture a house is blown to pieces within a few yards of the operator, but still the handle turns. The scenes are taken right in the firing line and give a clear view of the brave Belgian defenders fight ing in a way of their own. Lucille Love, in 2 parts, again gives her adventures, ''A Daughter of the East," in 4 reels, and "The Stolen Symphony," in 2 reels, are the principal dramas. On Monday, Charles Chaplin the Keystme cornedv man appears in 'Mabel's Busy Day," Edison Company pre sent "In Sheep's Clothing," 2 part dramt., and Reliance Co appear in a 2 reel story of the underworld, ''Blue Pete's Escape." On Thurs day in addition to Lucille Love a 3 part play entitled David Garrick, featuring the famous English artists Seymour Hick...
NON-VACCINATION [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
NON-VACCINATION Fines of ten shillings each were imposed on the following parents at Monday's court ftr failing to have their children vacc nated :—Hugh Blick, Ed ward Lockwood, Arthur J. Rayner, George Prentice, John Wishart, Henry Legg, Edward Wolstenholme, A. J._Shepherd George VV. Herbert, Thomas II Rowc; James McWilliam Or ;r.n Stanley Street, Phillip >Sam son, Henry L. Payne, August us White and Clifton M. L: r penter. At Thursday's Footscray C> it: I, Constable Hennessy proct-.'.Ki! against Thomas McNaughton t;ii ,t charge of having been drunk and disorde'rly on tbe Footscray rai! way station oti November 25. T;.i Bench took a lenient view of ih" case, and discharged defeud;:u; Yoii can obtain a loan pnvalcii :u-. quickly on toui' o-vn :o'.s of li.ui'' .>• I applying to J. S. And. .son, 6;1 I street, Footscray. Ofiice hours, fi « '» to Dp- "ln»e' Saturdays, ' IVnto oliajijjp -f address—Advt
BURKE AND WILLS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
BURKE AND WILLS "It sounds like an explora tion trip" remarked Mr Sec omb at the local court on Monday when the case Burke v. Wills was called. As Wills stepped forward, Mr Secomb said "He is Wills, but not the explorer", which humor_ ap pealed to the court habitues. The case in question was one in which Mary -Burke sued Patrick Wills for the recovery of £9/5/. An order was made for the amount claimed, with 20/6 costs.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 28 November 1914
SPECIAL NOTICE, THE PEOPLE'S STORE. Jas. Grocers, Fruiterers and] Confectioners. Dealers in'Fancy Goods, Tobaccoes . Pipes FISHING TACKLE, Patent Medicines, etc. 134 STEPHEN ST, YARRAVILLE We are noted for CROCKERY GLASSWARE and HABER DASHERY, and have always on hand a Large Well Assort" ed Stock. \il goods are of the Highest Qual ity. |We stock only best brand,. F*eih Fruit and Vegetable! Dally,— TO tBT. 0RAZIM8—Plenty of Grass. Apply A. W. Barnett Braybrook.; SPECIAL NOTICE. --SEDDON WOOD YARD. Carson& Peacock, (Successors ,to H. Jenkins.) 87 Gamon St, Seddon, Beg to inform the Residents that ,thev are prepared to supply prompt ly Wood, Coal, and Coke to all parts of the District. Furniture Carefully Removed Tele. 421 Footecray. Ashes Supplied. Light Carting Done. 'SOMERVILLE RdYARRAVILLE R. KERR, Licensed CARRIER, Luggage-arid Parcels conveyed to any Suburb, Boat or Rail with greatest care and punctuality, SHELL ORl'i" supplied frii Birds, Poultry, and Garden Paths specia...
FOOTSCRAY RIFLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 5 December 1914
FOOTSCRAY RIFLE CLUB X'iio above club will hold a' competi tion over 3/5/600 yards for a gold me dal and trophies presented by Messrs Goer and E. Ward, of Anderson st. The following are the handicaps for to-day's shoot at 300 yards: Master toun, J., 4; Johnson, 4; McDonald, N.. McDonald, 6.. McKenry, E. Nicholson, 5; Harrison, J. W. McDo nald A. J. and B. McDonald, J. Mc Kenry,, Stevenson. Upton,. Maloney, G: C. Anderson, J. Joint, Kennedy, Moore, Grey, 7; Haean, Berlowitz, 8; Ward, H. Stone, H. S. McDonald^ Anchin, Tannock, A. Henderson, King, A. H. McDonald, Ales. McDonald, 9; Arrol, Robinson, sykes. R. N. McDo nald, 10; J. Jackson, McEwan, 11; Ir vine. Mortimer, Burnett, Bradshaiv, Ayers, Brown, eMeachin, Cooper, Har vey, J. D. Rogers, W. J. Jackson, Douglas, D. Rogers, Weeks, Garlick, Hnsiam, Reece, Jackson. C. Smith, 14; 0. Smith, 8; G. McDonald, 9; Cham bers, Huxtable, 12.
FOOTSCRAY COUNCIL COMMITTEE MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 5 December 1914
FOOTSCRAY COUNCIL COMMITTEE MEETINGS. The committee meetings of the Footscray Council were held on Mon day evening last, when the only ab sentees were Crs McDonald and Field ing, the former on holidays and the latter on leave. Cr Harris presided over the Finance Committee, and tlie treasurer's report showed that the receipts totalled iiMo, and there was a debit balance of £3864 lis 3d. Tho accounts amounted to A'i DO 4s Id, making a total debit of vj-4 15s tkl, as against a deficiency of only £G53 at tins period last year. Cr t'carce presided over i'ublic Works Committee, and correspondence was received and dealt wnn. as follows: Gibbons and Co. desired permission to construct culvert in Low per street. —Granted under usual conditions. it. Dobbio desired a pitched crossing constructed in Cross street, and C. F. oewell also desired an asphalt crossing constructed in Cross street. —Granted. John Bull wrote drawing attention to the bad condition of Southampton street.—Keceived. Cr John...
ST. GEORGE'S THEATRE DAVID GARRICK A POPULAR PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 5 December 1914
ST. GEORGE'S THEATRE DAVID GARRICK • • • • • a popular play David Garrick,' the 'well known old English play, is being screened to-night at St George's Theatre. This fine production when shown at the Coliseum Theatre London attracted enormous houses, the attendance exceeding 6000 persons daily. The story has an exceptional cast, Seymour Kicks and Elaline Terriss. the popular English artists playing the lead, Lucille Love has "an adventurous time on Western Ranch iu this week's in stallment, and a strong Essanay, Let no man Escape, (2 reels) are accompanied by a Keystone comedy The Stolen Purse, and latest War .News. On Monday the French mail brings direct War News, and the'TSTew serial Dolly of the Dailies, will be screened. This picture has twelve parts to it and is played by Miss Mary Fuller of "Who will marry*Mary?' fame. Keystone pro duces Charles Chaplin in His New Profession and A Sentimental Burglar (Boer War Story), Johan na the Barbarian (2 reels) A Gilded Kid (2 reels) wil...