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DEBTS AND DEBTORS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 12 December 1914

DEBTS AND DEBTORS At Monday's sitting of the Foot scray Court, orders were obtained in the following debt cases Wil" liam H. Birch (represented by Mr Secomb), vjobu James Reilly, £9, with 13/costs; v Joseph G. Gibson, £11 with 131 costs; v Austin arid Hannah Guthrie, £8/10/ with 13/ costs; v. William R.-and Blanche He;ird, .£3/4/ with. 12/6 costs ; M. Farbers v n. .v . .. and A. Bur nett, 18/9 with 12/6 costs; I. Mos sop v Mrs A. Duncan, £2 with 15/6 costs; v Mrs G. Tomlinson, ^3/6/1 with 15/6 costs; Daniel F Quinlivan v Willia.n Stephen (William Pridham. garnishee); ,£l 17/11. with 13/ costs ; A. J. Faw cett v Charles W. Bayman. £9 ll/5, with 20/6 costs ; Margaret Dyson v Charles Leneuf, £2jl0l with 13/6 costs; Footscray Council v Jack Comino, ;£l/7/ll (for elec tric supply); v H. M..J. Claring bold, .£4/18/4.

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
POLICE MISTAKEN CHARGES DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 12 December 1914

POLICE MISTAKEN CHARGES DISMISSED . The adjourned case against Fred Ray was further considered by the Footscray Bench last Monday. Ray was charged by Constable Carey with having made use of obscene language, and also with having behaved in an offensive manner. Ray stoutly denied the charges, and Mr Secomb defended him. The case was adjourned from the. previous week to allow of addi tional evidence being submitted. When the case was called last Monday, Mr Secomb said the charges arose out of a disturbance on Cup evening, in which, accord ing to the police, five, young men were implicated. Two of them were proceeded against and fined. Subsequently another man was fined* The police evidence was that while they were taking (he first two men to the police station, they .were followed by two others, one of whom they alleged was Ray. He (Mr Secomb) proposed to call evidence to show that Ray did not follow the police. Sydney Harris, known as 'Boney' said he was with the four other young men...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
LOCAL TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS—FOOTSCRAY EXCHANGE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 12 December 1914

LOCAL TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS—FOO fSCRAY EXCHANGE Xtf, piiB-iiiniy, 1JW—Au<« A. <i, iioJ—AiUcth Xiulei. Aunuw yuu'ij' Co. KX« — AUctt XX. «i. —JLhLll Ll i_Ax<i OK Uant iU. 1<7—Ajfcxmmouix J« £», bcS—A*u»r»oa oa*. lttu—Ai»t)UJvv\ w. o., Sec lira}'moot bUU'M. 1*45—A. M. iui—Au^Uiia Wjt auU Co. av/—Arcuw W. Xoo—iuiiuiustcr, H. L!» auu—Art X^acKet Up, 1.u—AaLOa J. 323—all wood U. H. 2Uo—Auiutoiau X'orceiaia Worts. 1 In—AubirtUiun Wood XJipa uo m—liugim ttev J, '!'» uy-—JiHIiix.. i.nmniti^-ifti yox—livul. Dt.a.w. biinHhuia. 6—iiau£( .National.. 223—xtoyait ui AusLralia. au-—xstuin, Slate buvings, X'Scraj . Xi—iiMUn, £>Ulte Savings, V'VUiii. 3uu—iitu'tay hotel 2oX—XHUutH Uiass X2a—i-iulueu A, X*±—xiay view tiotel, —uaaltt alts, Sunshine,. au±—xs enrage oauiea o—xKtisravia iiuMl. S2o—x*u jL. . i>2U—xmuguugh A. M.. Xo^—neujmnm Xi. oo—xtxxt^ii W. U. aai—iiirtou iti. J; 200—amauy XLerbert Utim—XI. X>. -rrr—aso-riUjAlU— A. i\ CO—XUMA0 S. ii. 3...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 12 December 1914

Special Notices DANCING Clarence Sisters and Brother (mcdougaix) having disposed of all interest in the Victor Theatre, are now holding DANCING CLASSES for ADULTS and JUVENILES In all Branches of STAGE DANCING • • • • Classes every Wednesday and Saturday Total Begi tin errs specially caiered for at 87 PAISLEY STREET, FOOTiCRAY. AMUSEMENTS. Everbody's Doing'It! I Doing Wfaat? reserving every Wednesday evening for the Wattle Quadrille Club Assembly, in the CUMING INSTITUTE yarraville and every Saturday at the Masonic Hall, Leeds street, Footscray. Rogerson & Hay's Band — R. Sweeny, M.C. DANCINC . Eadies and Gentlemen wishing to learn DANCING for the coming season hac1 better join the new classes now being formed by Mr and Mrs Craven, In their new Hall where they wi!i receive the very best tuiton capable assistant splendid floor and' music. Classes Tue.*. ..ay, Wed nesday, Thursday, aud' Saturday for advanced learners scrftStp select Proficiency Guaranteed, private lessons any ...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
DANCING-ROOM LICENSE PROTEST AGAINST RENEWAL [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 12 December 1914

/ DANCING-ROOM LICENSE i " PROTEST AGAINST RENEWAL On Monday evening last, at the meeting of the Footscray Council, Mr l3. Collins and six other residents of the south ward in the vicinity of Smith street, Yarraville, wrote as fol lows:— "•We,, the undersigned rate payers of the south ward in the vicinity of Smith street, Yarraville, beg to enter an em phatic protest against the re newal of the license of prem ises situate, at 17 Smith street Yarraville, as a hall for dan cing purposes on the grounds that the noise on a majority of the nights during the week is disturbing to our rest, and a nuisance to those in the im mediate vicinity. We pray the Council to relieve us in the matter, and as peaceful rate payers, we feel justified in ex pecting the protection of the Council in remedying the evil' Cr Jenkins—When does the renewal of the license come be fore the Council ? Town Clerk—Next January Cr Pearce—There is some doubt as to our position. Cr Johnson—The people can if they had a g...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 12 December 1914

A number of parents were fined amounts ranging from 2/- to 10/- at Monday's Court for failing to send their child ren to school. • Ring up Footscray t.-i order your wood from A. P. BLAIR, the busy woodman. 9-1 Pilffrim street, Footscray, n nd Goelong road, West Footeerny.

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 12 December 1914

Mr J J Fraser will be entertain ed at a smoke social' in the local town hall to-night. If you don't get the best cf beer Beer will get the best of you. You can obtain the best ol beer at the YARRA.VILLE HOTEL, Ballarat st The best of Beer that is brewed is uiws.y- or draught. Wines. Spirits and Cigars. Also Porter on draught Phone—Footscray 12, J£. J. BEB

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
ST. AUGUSTINE'S CLUB MOTOR LAUNCH TRIP [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 12 December 1914

ST. AUGUSTINE'S CLUB MOTOR LAUNCH TRIP The second annual picnic of St Augustine's Club, which took the form of a motor launch trip, was held" on Sunday last. Three motor launches were engaged, and.about 200 people were on board ready to, leave the Mount Lyell Wherf (the starting point), shortly after ten o'clock. The destination chosen was the Hawthorn Tea Gardens, which was reached at 11.30. A pleasant day being spent, a start was made for home at 7 p.m. The club committee are to be com mended on their choice, and many expressions' of pleasure were' heard at the beautiful river scenes, es pecially in the bends between 'Richmond and Hawthorn.

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 12 December 1914

OBITUARY We regret to record the death of Mr James Gosgrove. which tool: place on Sunday night last. - Tlie deceased, who was well-known Li the district returned home from work on Saturday morning hs-l and was taken seriously ill. I-L was removed to • ,the Melbor.:vo Hospital, when he passed aw.iy. The funeral took place on Wed"-s day last, from deceased's late r- vi dence, Pilgrim st, Footscray, wlv11 a large number of mourners were present.

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
FOOTSCRAY RIFLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 12 December 1914

FOOTSCRAY RIFLE CLUB The above club's shoot on Saturday last over 300 yards 14 shots, the follow ing are the best scoTers. J Mastertoun 67. 3. 70 \V. Kennedy 66 4, 70, Croplev 65, 5. 70, J R Arrol. C. Henderson 63, 7 70. A. M'Doimld. C Smith, R. Hagan 82, 8. 70 To-day's sh"ot is at 500 y's., and the han dicaps a>-e as follows: - T. Mastertoun.1, j. Mastertoun, M' onald, Upton 2, Cropl y, Harri-on, Kenredy. A M'Don Id 3. Henderson. Hagan, M'Henry. Middleton, 4, Joint. M Don ald, Milonev, Smith 5, Vlex M'Dona'd 6, Arrol. Jackson, Ward. 8. Hender=o.n, King, &: M'Donald, Ta"ni<"k, Andy M'Donald. Andrew Bt'Donald, 9, M"Ew»n. Stone 10, Bu'nett,- H-ixtabl;. •lackson. Mechan, Sjkes, 12, Brown, H«9le»l4.

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 12 December 1914

Honey to Lend on Deeds, Life Policies, Jewellery, Finance, Pianos, Furniture, without 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—*Teet, Foots <A4v*J J \

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
NORTH YARRA DISTRICT M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 12 December 1914

NORTH YAIUtA DISTRICT M.U.i.O.O.F. Tlio annual comuiitteo of this Dis trict was held at the Masonic Hull, -ueiboumo roucl, Newport, on Satur aay, uth inst., and was presided over Itv the District Grand Piaster, Bro. H. Ji. l''oibes, who was assisted by liis u.puiy, Bro. 13. McConnell. The Board Secretary of the Urder, Bro. I1'. \\ eb ster, and Director McRae Stewart, were in attendance and evinced a keen interst in tile proceedings. A full muster of delegates answered the roll call, while a goodly number of lodge members, including i'ast District Grnad Mastors Snadden and Robinson, were welcomed by the Grand .Master to the committee. The lodge representatives attending were as lollows: \\ illiaiustown, >>.G. .L'urtle, G..M. Jonnson and i'.G. liaIcel and Gray; Footseray, i'.G. Furneaux, Hatch and Pickett, and l'.D.G..M. Shaw; Solway, i'.u.G.Al. Jenkins and i'.G. .Nowgreeu; Newport, N.G. Rob erts and i'.G. Owen and Craig; \\ yndham, iJ.G. Taylor and Hansford ; Sunshine, i'.G. Ta...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
LIFE IN LOUVAIN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 12 December 1914

LIFE IN LOUVAIN A four reel drama entitled 'Fan touias, The False Magistrate" now being shosvn at St George's Theatre was taken and plaved round the Louvain, Belguim and French dis tricts now effected by the present war. The story deals with Louvain prison life and the doings of a dar ing and resourceful criminal, mak ing a highly sensational story. Lucille Love's life among the Mex ian Bandits, will be advanced anoth er stage, whilst Keystone comedy will be represented by "Won in a Cupboard" . A war gazette is also included. On Monday "The Girl at the Locks" is a pathetic romance "A Tale of the North West Police' and a .Keystone comedy "Killing Horace", play prominent pirts in a splendid program in which a mail direct series of war scenes will be shown. For failing-to pav the registration fee on dogs, the following were each fined 5/ with 5/. registration fee, and 2/6 costs, at Thursday's Cburt-—Martin Maloney, Mathew Dohertv, T. Thorley, R. Cowan. M. M, Healy, M. Tyrer, John H. Fi...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
YARRAVILLE A.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 12 December 1914

YARRAVILLE A.W.A. The ordinary meeting of the Yarraville AW.A. was hold in the Masonic hall on November 30th. President. Mrs Falconer occupied the chair and there was a fair attendance ofmem bers. One proposition was re ceived. The principal business of the evening was the instal lation of office-bearers by Mrs Shannon, a member of Board of Directors. The following; members were installed:— Pres, ident, Mre Falconer ; Vice Pres Mrs Brown ; Treasurer, Mi.-;s P Sutherland; Secretary, Mrs. Aitken; Asst Secty Miss; S. McDonald ; Auditors, Mrs Mc Pherson and Miss Whitehead ; Conference Delegate, Mrs. Ait lceri; Dispensary delegate, Mrs Brown; Committee Mrs Field ing and Misses Campbell, A. McDonald and Young. Lur ing the evening, trophies won throughout the year; were then presented by" Mrs Shannon. A gold rnedaL donated by the branch was won by Miss A. McDonald, for obtaining the most members ; Miss Broadway jewel case • Miss Liley, case of perfume ; Mrs Reid, cake dish; Miss S. McDonal...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
COUNCIL IMPROVEMENT LOAN PRIVATE STREET WORK. WHERE WILL THE COUNCIL COMMENCE? [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 12 December 1914

COUNCIL IMPROVEMENT LOAN PRIVATE STREET, WORK. WHERE WILL THE COUNCIL COMMENCE ? The Footscray Council has decided to lioat a Joan of £13,000 for the construction of privates streets and rights-of ways in the municipality, and the problem —where to com mence—caused a lengthy dis cussion at Monday's sitting of that body. A communication was read from the Council's bank, intim ating that it was prepared to reduce tho rate of interest to per cent. The bank's terms were accept ed. Cr Drew, moved that the con: struction of one section bet ween (Jross and Darkly streets above Gordon street, be pro ceeded with, and that the sur-' veyor prepare plans and specie licati^jjg^^ He d,d not think "TKer^wSPany par?01 tiie clis trict "that required attentj on more urgently. Cr Shillabeer did noti see any teason why they should do the north ward first. They should always look after their front door before the back. lie wanted to see the work equal ly distributed in each ward, and the surveyor should...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
LATE REV J. S. CHAMBERS MEMORIAL TABLET FOR PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH To THE EDITOR 'WEEKLY NEWS' [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 12 December 1914

LATE REV J. S. CHAMBERS MEMORIAL TABLET FOR PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH To The Editok 'Weekly News' Sir,—It is intended by the mem- bers and adherents of the Yarra- ville Presbyterian Church to erect within the Church, a Memorial Tablet in memory of the late Rev. J. S Chambers. It is felt that there are many in Yarraville who might care to have a share in its cost and erection. All who so de- sire may send subscriptions to Mr William Wells, hon. treasurer, Presbyterian Church, 44 Ballararat street Yarraville who will acknow- ledge same through the "Weekly   News." REV. W. R. BYERS. Minister J. CAMPBELL, Hon. Secretary. [We will also be pleased to re- ceive and acknowledge contribu- tions to the fund.— -Ed. W.N.]

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
YARAAVILLE BAPTIST v. HYDE STREET B [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 19 December 1914

YARUAVILIjE BAPTIST v. HYDE STREET B This match was commenced on the latter's ground. For the Baptists G. Sutton batted splendidly making 96. As a result of the first day's play mie scores are as follows • V YARR^ILLE BAPTISES First Innings. J W. Worrall, b,R. Armstrong f 3 G. Suttou, c R, and A. Armstrong 96 S. Green c Thackeray b ,,/ 18 C. Craven, ruu out ... ' .. 2 VV. Lewis, c, 1> R. Armstrong .. 36 C). Carlton, cThackery b R. Armstrong 8 L. Carlton, run out ... .. 4 Rev. Ward, c Armstrong, b Powell 0 G. Lewis, b R. Armstrong ... 6 G Green, b R. Armstrong ..- 8 E. Owen, not out ... ... 0 Sundries ... .. 14 Total 195 Bowlers for Hyde Street B.—R. Arm strong 5 for 61, A, Armstrong 2 for 25, C. Powell, 1 for 14, R. Blennerhassett 0 for 35, L- Thackeray 0 for 30, A. I Brown 0 for 19. HYDE ST. B TEAM. First Innings. R. Blennerhassett, not out ... 8 A. Armstrong, b Carlton •• 4 Bol. Blennerhassett, not out .. -4 1 wkt for 16 Bowlers for Baptists—L. Carlton, 1 for 10, G. Green 0 for...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
LENNOX STREET METHS V. HYDE STREET A. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 19 December 1914

LENNOX . STHJSE'j^Mgl'US. V. . '"^HYDE STREET a"1 Lennox Street Methodists met their Hyde Street brothers last Saturday on the ground of the former. Lennox St. players wore black bands on their arms as a mark of respect of one of the play er's sister who had passed away. A fea ture of the match was the fine bowling of Arthur Anderson aud J. Hendry. At tbe conclusion of the. day's play the scores were as follows : — LENNOX STREET First Innings. J. Hendry, b Copplestone ... 4 D. Pope, c White, b Dobbie .. 18 A. Anderson c White, b Copplestone 0 W. Smith, c White, b Holmes ... 3 J. Comben, thrown out ... 34 W. Arthur, c Holmes, b Copplestone 12 H. Comben, lbw, b Humphrey .. 2<f G. Graham, b Copplestone ... 3 A. Webb, thrown out ... S G. Thomson, b Copplestone ... 4 J. Webb, not out .. .. 1 Sundries ... .. 11 Total 122 Bowlers for Hyde Street—Les Copple stone 5 for 29, H. Humphrey 1 for 9, 0. Dobbie 1 for 10, T. Holmes 1 for 16 T. Wilson 0 for 19, Geo. White 0 for 28. HYDE ST...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
CRICKET SATURDAY'S MATCHES FOOTSCRAY AND WILLIAMSTOWN DISTRICT CHURCHES CRICKET ASSOCIATION The following table shows how the clubs stand on the premiership list.— [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 19 December 1914

CRICKET SATURDAY'S MATCHES NOTES by "ALIX" FOOTSCRAY AND WILLIAMS VOWN DISTRICT CHURCHES CRICKET ASSOCIATION Tbe following table shows how the clubs stand on the premiership list.— Poss Point Club Points scored Footscray Presbyterians 10 10 John St Methodists 10 9 Lennox St Methodists 10 8 Bay View Rd Methodists 10 7 Hyde St Methodist (a team) 10 6 Nth W'town Presl>yterinns 10 6 Newport Methodius 10 S Yarraville baptists 10 4 Victoria St Methodists 10 4 W-mtown Church of Christ 10 4 W'mtown Congregationals 10 3 Hyde St Methodists (b team) 10 3 Newport Baptists 10 0

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 19 December 1914

STEELE'S" BOOT EMPORIUM Opposite James Cuming Institute, Stephen Street, Yarraville, for Christmas Boots, and Shoes — please inspect. All the best manu facturers—Marshall's a specialty. Comfort guaranteed by using ' Dr Scholl's Footeazers and Corn and Bunion cure Satisfaction.guaran teed or money returned after ten days' trial. Inspection invited. You" ma3' go further and fare worse- Est. 38 years.—Advt. • • » • Alfred Barber, a young man, who was brought before the local court a week ago, and, case against him adjourned for a week as he said that in all probability he would be ac cepted for service with the i Expeditionary Force; again ' appeared at the local court on 1 Monday. As Barber had been j accepted for service, he wae i discharged, and the Chairman' ' aq adoij jtp. passaadxo 5 would turn out-a real good ( man, . 't

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
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