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AMATEUR ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 December 1914
'AMATEUR ATHLETICS 'rhe local hairricrs mcct the 1Snlismnore Harriers Intho first round of the inter-club prcmiership on the Amateur Sports ground this afternoon. This is the first entry of the locals into premiership contests and the club are making every effort to secure an opening willn, The following will repre sent the club in the various events:-ioo yds S. C. Thomas, E, Davis, J. Sayers; 440 yds, S, C. Tho::.as, H-lugh Blick, N. Ford; I mile 'Herb lilick, I, Dec, R. A. Berry; 1Io yds. hurdlles Hugh ilick, N. Ford; a mile walk E. Drayton, J. Whitney, F. Salecba; Long Jump, E. Davis, H. \Varden, II, Ashlon. Meumbers and supporters to catch train from I'oolscray stalion at ,48 p.m. Mrs Bennett and Mrs Wheeler, ini a letter to the Footscray Council regard in g the making of private streets, con sidered that this was not the time to bring extra explense on ratelplayers. The former stated that her husband had beeii out of empiloyminent since the out break of the war, and the lanes n...
SWIMMING CARNIVAL FOOTSCRAY CLUB OPENS SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 December 1914
S'WIAIlI fiN CARNIVAL FOO''TSCRAV CLUB OPENS SEASON. Swimming carnivals arranged by the Footscray Swimming club pro vide the public with a great amount of free entertainment and that the sport is appreciated is evidenced by the enormous crowds which gather to witness the various events. Con sequently the announcement that the club intended to open the season caused the assemblage of sonice hun dreds of people in the vicinity of the Hopotoun bridge last Saturday and though competition was limited to members some excellent racing was witnessed, Amongst the privileged section within the club's enclosure were numerous ladies who lent the club much appreciated assistance by dispensing afternoon tea provided by Cr WV. I-I. Fielding, president, who, owing to his indisposition, was un able to be present in person. In that gentlemian's absence the duty of declaring the club's season open fell upon the mayor of Footscray (Cr ti. B13ell,) who conmplimented the club upon its progress, its enter...
FIRE AT ANGLISS'S. HUNDREDS OF BAGS DESTROYED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 December 1914
FIRE AT AAGLISS'S. HUNDREDS OF BAGS DESTROYED Some two or three years ago the bag factory of W. Angliss & Co., a hall-like structure in Newell street, was destroy ed by lire on a Sunday afternoon. His tory nearly repeated itself last Sunday morning. The making of bags is now done in a brick building facing Lynch street, and at 7-38 a.m., the local fire brigade received word that this was in flames. The Footscray and Yarraville hose carts, with 10 men, un derStation-ollicer Mauger, were prompt in their response and on arrival found the heaps of bags in the building well alight. Aided by a strong pressure of water the Ilames were quickly subdued and it was then found that over (600 bags had been destroyed. Some other damage was done to machinery and matorial but on the whole it was a good save as thile possibilities were great. It is thought that spontaneous combustion was the cause of the outbreak. The loss is covered by insurance.
RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 December 1914
IEFLE NOTES. The local club shot on Saturday over 300oo yds, 14 shots. The weather was good. The following are the best scores:-J. Mas tertoun, 67 3.70, VW. Kennedy, 66.4.70, Cropley.65.5.70, J. McKenry 64.6,70, R Arrol, C. Henderson 63.7.yo, Alex. Mc Donald, C. Smith, R. Hagan 62.8.70. To-day's shoot is 14 at 500 yds. Handi caps are as follows:-T. Mastertoun i, J. Mastertoun, G. McDonald. Upton 2; Crop aIcy, Harrison. Kennedy, J. N. McDonald, A. J N. McDonald, -; C. Henderson, Hagan; J. Kenry, Middleton, 4; Joint, 13. McDonald, Maloney, C. Smith, 5; Alex. McDonald, 6; Arrol, J. Jackson, Ward, 8; A. Henderson, K'ing, G. McDonald. Tan nock, Andy McDonald, Andw, McDonald, 9; McKwan, Stone, to; 3unnelltt, Huxtablo, WV. Jackson, Meehan, Sykes, 't12a; Drown, Haslem, r4.
MAN'S PLUCKY FEAT. CHILD RESCUED FROM PRECARIOUS POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 December 1914
MAN'S PLUCKY PEAT. I -` - -~ CHILD RESCUED FROM PRECAR IOUS POSITION. I'Persons in Nicholson street, in the vicinity of the railway gates could not forbear to cheer about five o'clock last Saturday afternoon at the plucky act of a young man named James Dunbar as a result of which the four year old son of MrJames Gant, of Buckley street was rescued from a most precarious position. Earlier in the afternoon Mrs Cant with the child had gone for a drive in a jinker to which a fast pony was at tached. In Albert street Mrs Cant observed that the bit was not in the pony's mouth and alighting removed the winkers. As she did so the pony took fright and bolted, with the child in the vehicle. Proceeding at a remark ably rapid pace the animal turned into Paisley street and thence into Nicholson street, the agonised mother following as rapidly as possible, expecting or at less fearing the worst. Having no reins attached to its mouth there was no chance, even if anyone had essayed the task, of sto...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 December 1914
About the metropolis complimentary remarks regarding the local council's project to construct private streets under an improvement loan have been heard frequently during the week. Prominent public men aeo in the i dea a means, if generally adopted, of sub stantially assisting to solve the unem ployed difficulty without undue hard ship, except perhaps in an isolated case or two, on Anyone. Only property owners will be called upon to pay any thing and very few will have to pay more than X£2 per annum. For that they will have conveniences in the shape of roads and channels provided; will have the values of their respective properties increased; will find that building will be encouraged and above all will assist in providing work for men who badly need it in this time of war and drought. In the few hard cases that will inevitably arise the council should take steps to permit of payments being deferred for a time and thus all will be well. As the Ad vertiser has contended in its frequen...
ST. GEORGE'S THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 December 1914
ST. GliOJRG:E'S 1'TIJfA'PJE. A special WVar gazette associated with a drama of great interest will be screened at St. George's Theatre tonight, in a new fan tomas picture entitled the False Magistrate, it being a four reel production of life in a prison in Louvain and travel through 13el glunt and France. Lucille Love, the 30,000 foot serial star has reached an interesting and exciting stage, and Keystone is repre sented by One Ina Cupboard. On Mon day a beautiful pathetic photo play The Girl at the Locks is a most artistic drama In two reels and A Tale of the North West, two reels, is dealing with the snow country. Keystone is again represented by Killing Horace. and War News by mail direct will also be screened. On the motion of Crs Harris and Shillabeer the council decided to obtain at report as to the cost of cutting down Railway place, on the south side of the Williamstown railway line.
A Girl from the South Published by arrangement with Cassell and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER II. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 December 1914
A Girl fionm thle S0ou i By CHARLES GARVICE, A: :.;or of "Just a Girl," "Nance," etc. Pu'iblishtdl by arrangementi with Cassell and CQ., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER II, (Concluded.) Ilcr lips quivered, and liher eyes fil led with tears. "I will go to him, if you please," she said. Broughiton opened the door, the girl glide(id across thie marrow room, i[nelt hoside the bied, and gazed through iher tears at, the dend aince; IliOn iboweld her' head i her hiands. lThe litle tianu who had aiccoimpanied hier stoodt with hiis handis crossed over his Ibreast. his restless eyes roaming to and froi, as if ccciti deathi couldl III1 ioll iiihis attention for longer' thian 1 imomient oC Iwo. Ilrouighton signed to hium, and tie imain followedl 11111 out of tlihe roomn ' iiShe will bIe lott'Ir l:one for i little lime," said Brlyn:tiallo. "I ;kill going t) get soii'ini-the wiiiiati of the ihouse. I'leosi ':aiit." ii' weii diuth the Nairi tiiuickly '1d f101(111 thee land...
SEDDON CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 December 1914
SIEDI) D ON 'ON IGO (NLG E T I 0 NA.! C"llHUiIII. On Wednesday last Mrs 0. Brown, wife of the pastor, was welcomed to Seddon, having r cecntly arrived from Queensland. There was a large attend ance. Mr John Jones, senior deacon, occupied the chair. Representatives of the following institutions in connection with the church gave hearty welcomes to Mrs Brown:-Deacons and church members, Sunday school, Ladies' Guild Choir and Band of Hope. Mrs Brown suitably responded. The serving of light refreshments broughtan enjoyable evening to a close.
NORTH YARRA DISTRICT, M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 December 1914
NORIT'I- YARRA DIS'lTRIC'T, M.U.l.O.O.F. 'The Annual Committee of this district was held at the Masonic Hall, Newport on Saturday. Footscray was represen ted by P.G. Furneaux, I-Hatch and Pick ott, and P.D.G.M. Shaw; Sunshine by P.G. Taylor and Mounsey. The Grand Master's address showed membership reaching 1198-a record for the district. Admissions numbered '189, 1.13 by in itiation and (46 by clearance, while re cessions totalled 1011, (5 by arrears, 32 by clearance and :) by death. Six mem bers' wives had also passed away. The M.U. Patriotic Funtl was strongly re commended to the generous considera tion of members. No fewer than 10 of the members of the district were on active service abroad. Sympathetic re ference was made to the loss sustained by the Footscray lodge in the demise of Bro. C. E. Feltham. The Deputy Grand Master, Bro. B. McConnell, was unanimously elected Grand Master for 1915, while the choice of Deputy Grand Master fell on Bro. A. Taylor, of Loyal Sunshine Lodge....
Sunshine to Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 December 1914
Sunshipe to Melbourne, Sunshine to Malclbourno (week days) 627 -6 55-730-739-8 1-8 21-9 26 -Io 3-11 3-12 30-3 8-3 0-3 45 5 26-5 31-5 35-6 9-6 44-7 31 8 33 9 49-=1 10-12 9 Saturdays: 6 27-7 o0-7 30-7 39-8 I 8 21-9 26-10 3-II 8-12 2-12 7 12 23-2 21-2 8-3 2-4 33-5 28 6 43-8 33-9 5o-zc 8-12 29 Sundays-Sunshine to Flinders street '9 54a.m. -1.53-3 47-6.16 ' 9.o-1o.Ig Leave Footacray Ix minutes later. Weat Footsoray Line,.. West Footscray to Melbourne.(Spencer St Wgek days : 636-7 4-7 37-7 46-8 co 8 30-935-10 2-1112-I 1- 3-12 o10-12 13-12 39 I o10-2 17-3 9-3 54-4 42-5 38-5 44 - 6 18-6 53-7 40-8 42-9 58-1c 19 12 18. Saturday's-6 36-7 9-7 37-7 46-8 1o -8 30-9 35-10 12-2I 17-12 32 p.m. I 30-2 29 -3 11-3 54-4 42-5 37 6 52-8 42-- 59-Ir 17-12 38 Sundays (to Flinders street)-io 3-2 2 -3 56-6 25-9 9-10 28, Melbourne (Spencer St) IV. Foolseray. Week anys- 5 36-6 2-7 8 a Foolscray only, 7 5-7 10-7 30 - 8 40-9 o-1033 II 38-I1 43-12.35 p.m.-I 37-2 15 2 43-3 38-3 53-4 11-4 I6-5 26-5 53 6 38-7 35-9 18-...
Melbourne to Sunshine. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 December 1914
Melbourne to Sunshine. Spencer Street to Sunshine (week days 5 36-6 2-7 5 and 7 io not stopping at Footscray-7 8 (from Footscray only) -7 30- 8 40-9-I0 33-II 38-TI 4 -12 35-I 37-2 z5-2 43-3 38-3 53 -4 Iz1-4 16-5 26-5 53-6 38-7 35 -9 18-io a2-1t 40. Saturdays-Svme as week days till 0o 33 1z 15-IT 36-12 40-1 32-1 53 3 33-4 3-4 52-5 50-7 35-9 18 Io 38-It 41. Sunidays - Flinders st, to Sunshino g lo-I2 40-3 5-5 23-8 26-9 36. Leave Footscray 24 minutes aInter.
TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 December 1914
TIME TABLE. 1ootscravtoMelourne. (Flindcer St. 5 28 a.m.-6 20-6 47 -6 59-7 6-7 18 7 30-7 36--7 46--7 54--8 Ia--8 8-8 2oa 8 24-8 40-8 58-9 5-9 36-9 46-102 o10 38-10 57-11 40-12 7 p.m. 1231 I 4-1 29-I 45-1 57-2 z14-228-2 49 3 9--3 31-3 52-4 8.-4 40--5 2a--5 10-5 24 5 20a--5 33--5 51-5 59-6 1na 6 19 634 6 46-7 2--7 8*- 7 15-7 31-7 38 7 48-8 8--8 34-8 58-9 29-10 7 o10 25-10 57--Il 13-11 34-11 59 -12 25. Saturdays as usual to 10o 38 am, then -11 42 1155 122 126 1224a 1228-12 31-12 44-1 10 1 15a 1 32 I 49-2 5-2 14-218-2 29-2 36-3 6 3 23- 3 49'-3 52-4 9-4 41-5 o10 5 30-5 51--6 10-6 34-6 52-7 8'-7 15 7 30-7 37-8 8-8 32-8 58-9 29 10 7-10 25-10 57-I1 13-11 28 11 36-11 45-11 59-12 13-12 25 I 14. Sundays: 9 43-9 59 am. 12 59 p.m. I 45 1 55-2 13-1 25-2 38-254-322- 3 47 4 4-4 21-455-5 22-5 52-6 22-6 52 7 5 - 7 24-752-8 21-852-921-9 29 9 37-945-10 5-10 25-10 40-10 51. *Werribectto SpelncerSt. aSpencer St. only. s. Fridays only, Traine Icave beddon 2 min, carlicr, Var raville mirn., WVilliamstowvn ...
CITIZENS' PICNIC CARNIVAL. PREPARATIONS PROCEEDING APACE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 December 1914
CITIZENSj ' PICNIC C(A RNI VAL. PREPARATIONS PROCEED INC APACE. That the Citizens' Picnic Carnival to be held at the Footscray Park on A.N.A. day is going to be one of the biggest affairs over held locally is apparent from present prospects though barely a fortnight has elapsed since the proposal to hold the function tyas adopted. On all sides promises of co operation have been forthcom ing. Citizens recognise that the carnival will provite an opportunity to spend a jolly day at small expense; to give the children the kind of outing they most enjoy, and at the same time assist two very laudable objects: the relief of hard pressed Belgian refugees and the further improvement of the munici pality's ideal park site. There will be punch and judy shows, puppet shows and clowns, also children's races and merry-go-rounds to amuse the young folks; there will be music and sports on land and water, athletic displays and fancy dancing to entertain those of older growth, It is practically certa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 December 1914
:f it' a GOOD PAIR of SHOES you are Slooking for, Call at SWANN'S Cornerot SHOE STORES. NIGHOLSON & BARKLY STS. They will Sorvo you Well. - iAnd at Swan Street, Richmond; 60 Pucklo'Strout, Moonuu Ponds ; 370 Sydney Road, Brunswick. I -- - ~.JU31T PUNSHON'S CUT For COME of EVAN SEE OUR Best Assortixent J ANDE U XMAS REFS WINDOWS, PRESNTS.14C1-143 XMAS We. Sg -Sweets Wish ...You -. . and All Nuts. A very MERRY XMAS, XMAAS OO S Are Now Fresh in, viz: HAMS, ALMONDS, DATES, XMAS CAKF9S, LOLLIES, CORDIALS, BISCUITS, TABLE ýLAiSINS, 'PHONE 440. A H. SM. 11, Mgr You will a Ncw Suit and an Overcoat for the Winter and you cannot do better than let W. J. McCANN, PRACTICAL TAILOR, Measure you. He-I has a Choice Selection of the Season's Goods which you will be pleased with. Ils Address is 33 PAISLEY STREET, (Next Footsoray Club) --Ladies' Costumes a Speciality.-- ave you tried STEWART S It is Delicious. Try one to-day. Splendid Cure for Indigestion. rice 3d Per loaf. FAMILY GROCER &...
SUNDAY ADDRESS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 December 1914
SUNDAY ADDRESS Mir Keinnoy, in his Sunday nighIt address, observed that alternations of coniditionis are the inevitable result of continuity of cist ence whether nainitained for long or short pet ii s; lwhetlher relating to persons, pilace.s, peoplels or rnations. As we are now ourselves havinig convi ciing proof of aud therefore we may take heart and happily look lur an alteration of the state of affairs and when the time of strugglc, warfare and conIlict are einded then must transpire a time of reei. Meaiiwhile to atl tain to t hat state of rest, the warfare, the conflict, the struiggle must be maintained, Phlis law of alternation is inevitable and cannot te escaped or avoided. Work first, play after, light, seoik andi labor first, test allofter. 'The war raging with such fury on the contincent is just now brough to a part ial rest by the frozen grips of witier Ibut as it passes Iby it will break forth again ilnto a greater fury than ever and at last will pass away and a rest w'il...
FREE TICKETS FOR CHILDREN. SUGGESTED PUBLIC SUBSCRIPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 December 1914
FREE TICKETS FOR CHIIL. DREN. SUGGESTED PUBLIC SUB SCRIPTION, A'suggestion has been made that contributions be invited to a fund to provide every school child in the dis trict with one admission ticket to the Citizens' Picnic Carnival and those responsible for it think that residents will be sufficiently liberal, to donate the amount required. It was at first proposed that sufficient money be collected to provide free tickets for those children whose parents could not afford to' purchase them but a moment's consideration showed this to be inadvisable, if it can be avoided, as the recipients under those condi tions would probably feel humili ated. A fund has therefore been opened and donations may be for warded to the mayor (Cr Bell) or any of the officers or committee, We are asked to point out that every donation so given will not only pro vide a good day's outing for the chil 'dren but will at the same time assist the distressed Belgians and also im prove Footscray's park. A sover...
BOWLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 December 1914
BOWIVJING NOTES. There w or Ino pennant il ixtules last weak but Essendon was supposed to send 7 rinks to take part in a "friendcly" match. As usual with matches which come wilthin this category the result was a liasco, only three rinks putting in an appearance. They wvere pitted against II. rinks and won by a small margin. The A. rinks hadll good practice by playing each other. During the week the electric-lighit tourney advanced several stages and sonic line play was witnessed. The result is still very open and the contests in the final stages lpromise to be very keen. To-day the A teamu starts its secound round of pennant matches and is up against a toughI proposition in Ilsterniwick l)islric, at Elstcrnwicki. However anytlhing is possible after dlefeating City, and the nti colorq should make a big bid for victory. The 1 team is scheduled for a 3 rink in itch with North Fitzroy at Footscray, whichl is iot a pennant match.
Footscray and Williamstown Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 December 1914
Footscray and \Villiamstown Churches. Lennox street Methodists defeated Vic toria street Methodists last Saturday on the grcund of the latter by 78 runs on the first mnnings. Scores-Lennox street Ist ins I4 ;Victoria street 1st ins. 36: Lonnox street and ins. 150 (Arthur 57, Smith 9g, Webb zg, Comben 15 n.o. ; McLaren 4 for 22, Barkla 2 for 15, Grenfell 2 for 26) Vic. toria street 2nd ins. 8 for 42 (Curwood 15; Graham 6 for 23, Smith r for I.) Hyde street Methodists (A team) defeated Hyde street Methodist (B team) last Satur day by 39 runs on the first innings. Both teams use the same ground. Scores-Hyde street A. Ist ins. 81; Hyde street B. Ist ins. 42; Hyde street A. 2nd ins. 195 (White gS, Copplestone 39, I-lill 22, Itolmes 15 ; Blen nerhassett 3 for 43, Armstrcng 2 for 45, Gil hhrist 1 for 17. Whiteside I for 2, Rol. Blennerhassett t for 1t) Hyde street B. 2nd ins. 6 tor 4., (Curwood 21. Armstrong to, Holmes 4 for 17, Wilson I for t2, Lawry I for 17.) Footscray Presbyterians def...
THE TROCADERO. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 December 1914
T'I'E 'I'fOCADERO. An artistic and beautiful performance was given by Bailey's Posing Dogs at the *Trocadcro" during the week other variety items and excellent pictures were also shown For tonight another great animal novelty is advertised in Dobalado's 6 performing sheep and pigs that play musical instru ments. Tom Dawson the well-known comedian will also appear after his return from South Africa. San La Mert the fam ous whistler is the other artist Star pic ture program will also he screened and on Thursday next the Melbourne Opera Co. will present a new Comic Opera particulars of which will be found elsewhere. ,I. P. Alexander, and "36 other rate ipayers, complainerd of the narrowness of the asphalt in Geelong road, west side, anti the matter was referred to the engineer as to cost. A request for more light, under consideration for 15 months, is also to he attended to-in due course.