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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 26 December 1914

Money to. Lend on Seeds, 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-sirept, Foots -J».:

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
FOOTSGRAY SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 26 December 1914

FOOTSGRAY SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB The usual nionthly concert and I dance of the Footscray Scottish Thistle club, was held in the Royal Hall, Footscray, on Wednesday evening, 16th December, there was a la^ge attendance present,'. ■ when the president, Mr J. Storie, headed by the pipe band, marched to the platform. A splendid program of songs and dances was greatly en joyed by all present, the following artists taking part:—Dancing, Miss Dulcie Bland ; sword dance and Sailors' hornpipe, song, Miss Ida Lewis; song, JPat Coleman; song, Miss Vera. Carew; song, Miss Bessie Martin; duet, Miss Vera Carew and Mr Pat Coleman; comic sorjgg, Mr "Alex Newbound.: -Dane* ingwas then indulged in, and the singing of Auld Lang Syne bronght a successful evening to a close.

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 26 December 1914

ATHLETICS On Saturday last, the Footscray Harriers competed in the second series of the inter-club competi tions, when they, opposed a very strong team from the Hawthorn Harriers. „Although not so success ful as on the previous Saturday, the localp, nevertheless, put up a good performance. During the coming holidays, members of the local club are com peting at various' sports meeting, viz, Fern Tree Gully, Bendigo and Castlemaine.; and judging by, the form that is being shown, it would not be surprising to see a majority of the races , annexed by the. Foot scray boys.

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 — 26 December 1914

J LOCAL TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS—FOOTSCRAY EXCHANGE 2lK»—Adamsou mi. 6UM111.. 12#—AUem A. J. JWtt—Albert Hotel. 13W—Alblo« Quarry Co. 21?—Allen ii. J. AMJiULAKCK Uant 1u, >177—ANDERSON J. S, 83—Aadarsoa jM, 186—ANUiJKlV W. J., Sui' Bray brook Shirs. 245—Ang'ia* A. M. 401—Angliss Wjt and Co. • 397—Archar W. 188—Ambruster, H. C. 200—Art Packet Co, 170—As too J. 323—Attwood a. H. 365—Australian l'orcelaia Works. 115—Australian Wood Pipe Co. 37—Basiin Rev J. T. " 69—Btnk, Commercial aoa—Hank. N.S.W. Sunshine. 5—Bank^ National. _ 223—B=. •!*,.-Royal, of Australia. '"202—Bank, State Savings, F:Scraj. ' 14—Bank, State Savings, Y'ville. 356—Barkiy hotel 281—Barnett Glass ' 125—Battles A. 1-14—Bay View hotel. 264m—Baalo Mrs, Sunshine. \ 304—Belirage <fauies ! 6—lielgravia hotel. i 323—Ball Li. } 320—Bengough A. M. 132—Benjamin L* h / 294—Birkill E. >1: 28S—Bishop Herbert 235m—Bissell H. B, 236—BLAIR A. P. 88—Blaka S. H ■ 336...Boadle R. £• 247—Bon Store 97—Borthwick Thos and' S...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 26 December 1914

. The Footscray Council adjourned on Monday for the Christmas holi days. The -next meeting of the ' Council will not be held until 1 Monday Jauuary 25. » » • » : Yon cm obtain a loan privately and quickly on your own note of band by i apply ragto J, S. Anderson, 64 Leeds street, Footscray. Office hours, 8 a.m. .to 9 p."-' : olose Saturdays,,} - m. Noto ohnTioo b<V>- —A^yt. • .» • ' • - • The Footscray Mechanics' Ins ii ■ tute.—Subscription, 2/6 per quarter. - New Novels direct from London - every months Four .best Xlcock bil< Hard UblM..- Join Now *—(Advt.) SPECIAL NOTICE. fit HIS Picture shows one of the charming little Maid's COSTUMES : : that are being sacrificed Reductions in every Department "The White House," Nicholson Street, FOOTSCRAY ■B. B. H. BAINBRIDGE'S BARGAIN HOUSE Anderson Street;, Yarraville 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'...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
DEBTS AND DEBTORS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 26 December 1914

DEBTS AND DEBTORS At Monday's sitting of the local Court, orders were obtained in the following' debt icases:—E. Rowan y. G.'Hill (Augliss'.and C07 garni'-l shee)/ 13/10, with 13/- costs; E. Neep v John McLeod (Albion Quarrying Co.. crarnishee), j£l/l4, with 13/- costs; William Steele v Andrew Wingate and S. Clutton, j£2/15.'-\ with 12/6 costs: W. Champion v. Fred Hansen, ^1/2/6 with 15/6 costs; T: Watford v M. " Bennett, ^3/19/6, "with 15/6 costs; T. H. Fraser v J. Wjshart, with 15/6 costs; H. C. Warway v V. Lemmer. ;£5/8/- with 23/- costs; William Steele v. J. J. Riley and P. King, ^5- with 10/- costs; Geo Mowling v. H. F. . Gibbons, £29/3/4. with 8/6 costs;- T. . N. Mevvburn v. -J. T. Hodgson, £'4/2/9, with 7/6 costs.

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
DANCING ROOM LICENSE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 26 December 1914

DANCING R00& LICENSE . The. question ol granting a renewal of a license to Mr 0, X'raven for a dancing hall in Smith street, Y arraville, has bean - before the , Footscray Council for some weeks, but finality has not yet been reached. Mr P. Collins and' other, residents opposed the re newal of the license, and they have been most persistant in theic protestations. Mr Collins and Mr Heron again wrote to the counc 1 on Monday even ing stating their reasons for objecting, to the license beiru granted, Their rma n objection was on account of the noise made, and the playing of a pianolo. Mr Collins said' the hall was within a few feet of his back door, and' lie was un able to sleep at night. They asked - that the" license be re fused. Mr Craven wrote applying for a renewal of his license When the correspondence had been read, Cr lJearce raised an important question. He said he would like to know what ptnii'ie "lis A'/ fi-'tT considered that a hall where 25 to 30 people assembled ...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
WILLIAMSTOWN CONGS v. NTH WILLTAMSTOWN PRESSOS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 26 December 1914

WIIvUAMSTOWM CONGS v. NTH WILLTAMSTOWN PRESSOS Nth W'mstn Presbyterians defeated W'mstn Congs last Saturday by 33 runs. The scores were: — N. W.,Pres 1st inns 80, Congs 83, N.. W. 2nd inns 100, Crocker 17; Balaam 16, Mills 15, Menzies 9. Bowlers lor Congs—Ogilvie 5 for 36, G. Ogden 2 for 10, F. Ogden 2 for 40, R. Conroy 1 for 1. Congs 2nd inns 64. F. Ogden 12 Knox 12 Bowlers for N. W. Pres.—Carson 7 for 3,0, Balaam 3 for 4. ;The following players have been selected to represent the above associa tion in the inter-aSBOciation matches to be played as follows—December 26, F. and W.D.C.C.A. t I.N.F. at W'mstown December 28 same u Prahran District at Port Melbourne, and same v Southern Cross at W'mitown G. White R. Cur G. Green, H. Briese, A. Almond, A. Anderson, H, Comben, R. xvl'Millen R. Grigg, T. Williamstowti, D, Camplell. E. Owen', W. Worrall, W, Arthur, These matches start at 1 p.m,

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
JOHN ST METHS v. VICTORIA STREET METHS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 26 December 1914

JOHN ST 3V1ETHS v. VICTORIA STREET METHS John St defeated Victoria St last Satur day on the fnriijcr's ground-.by 32 ruus on the first innings. The following were the scores, John St 1st inning' 75 2nd innings 189, Victoria St 43 and 3 for 28. Bowlers' for Victoria St, Barkla S for 40, C. Mcl/iren 2 for 18,Curwood 1 for 17 Barkla 5 for 45. Grenfell 3 for 28, Cur wood 2 for 47 . Best Bats for Victoria St Firth 21, Curwood 16 not out. Bowlers for John St. Allan 5 for 10, Giles 3 for 22 Allan 2 for 3 Miles 0 for 21 Best Bats for John St, Bennet 34, Salt 28 Miles 23, Giles 22, Jones 16,' Rolley IS, :Wigley 13, Griffiths 11' ' . , ■ ■ '

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
JUNIOR CRICKET YARRAVILLE PRSSSOS JUNIOR'S v. BRIGHTON ST. ANDREWS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 26 December 1914

JUNIOR CRICKET / i .YARRAVILLE PRSSSOS JUNIOR'S v. : 'BRIGHTON ST. ANDREWS. This match was a one day match and was played at Brighton, which resulted in a drawn game. The scores were as, follows:— i PRESSOS . First Innings ... 48 Best Batsmen:-Henderson 12, Curtis 9, Jackson 8 not out. Second Innings 56 Best Batmen:-Curtis 11, R. A. Shaw 11, Henderson 6, A: Ridoutt 5 not out. ST. ANDREWS First Innings .. ... 48 Bowling {or Pressos:—Crow 5 for 15, Currie 5 for 28. Second Innings .. .. 3 for 28 Bowling for Pressos—Crow 2 for 15, Dunemore 1 for 5, Currie 0 for 3. I The Pressos play a match with the Yarraville Baptists Juniors on Saturday. , The team will be picked from'— Crow (c), Dunsmore (v.c.), Currie, Shaw, Curtis, Henderson, McDonald, Mitchell, Pedley, Gill, Elso, Comben, Jackson.

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
FOOTS CRAY THISTLE v. HIGHLAND SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 26 December 1914

FOOTS CRAY THISTLE v. HIGHLAND SOCIETY After a close and exciting game tbe Thistle won by 3 wickets 4 runs mainly owing to a fine double performance of G. Valentine making 30 and bowled 8 for 26 Thistle 98 and-7 for 60, Valentine 30 and 10, Tippet 13.not out and 23. Highland Society 86 and 68. Valentine 8 for 26, Wyatt 4 for 26, W. Jack 2 for 15.

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
YARRAVILLE v. NORTH MELB DIST [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 26 December 1914

YAR"?AVILLE v. NORTH MELB DIST Yarraville suffered a defeat by North Melbourne District last Saturday, In their -first innings, Yarraville compiled 65, and the Northerners scored 112 and; 72. In their second effort, Yarraville lost four wickets for 39, leaving North winners by 47 runs.

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
[?] FOOTSCRAY v. GEELONG. GEELONG [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 26 December 1914

FOOTSCRAY v. GEEETOG. ■ V f GEEI<ONG 1 £ First innings ... FOOTSCRAY. / ' Jb'irat. Innings. / W. Jackson, b Orchard .. > ••• 13 W. Leeds, b Orchard ... I .. 11 J. Smith, b Bason .. .. , .. 1 S. O'Brien, b Easlon " ... ^... 3 A. Johannesen, b Orchard .. .. 4 H. Smith, c Field, b Easton — 0 D. O'Shannessy, st Collins, b Orchard 2 H. Emmerson, c Rankin,- b Eason 2 F. Simmons, run out .. ... 0 H. Christian, run out ... ... 0 J. Curwood, not out .. ... 0 Sundry ... ... 1 Total ... ... 37; Bowling—W. Orchard 4 wickets for 15,• >^V. Eason 4 for 21. - . • ;* ■_ > y . Second Innings. -W. Jackson, 1 b w, b Eason ... . 4 J. Curwood b Jolinson ... I 1 H. Christian, c Baker, b'Eason ... .3 S. O'Brien JJ^o.n vii; _ 6. C. smith, D^renard' ...-' 7'. " ' ' 45! D. 0'Shannes9y, b-Teague ' ... 0' A. Johannesen, 1 b w, b Rankin •... .26 H. Emmerson, c Orchard, b Johnson' 18 H. Smith, c Rankin, b Johnson .. 1 W. Leeds, not out 14 F. Simmons, st Collins, b Johnson . 0 Sundries .. ... 7...

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 — 26 December 1914

LENNOX STREET METHS V. HYDE STREET A The above match was concluded last Saturday on the ground of the lormer in the presence of a large nuirber of specta tors and resulted in a win for Lennox St by an innings and 26. A feature of the match was the fine bowling of A Ander son. also the fine fielding of Lennox St. and th» fine spirit in which the game was played by both sides. The following are the scores:— LENNOX STREET First Inning* .. 122 HYDE ST. A. Fint XoniagB. D. Lawry, b Hendry ... ... 2 C. Dobbie, b Anderson'. ■ ... 0 T. Holmes, b Hendry ... ... '7 T. Wilson, c Smith, b Anderson • 4 G. Wilson, b Anderson .. 1 W. Mayer, c Pope, t> Hendry ... . 2 G,. White, c and b Anderson ' ... • 8 L. Copplestone. c Smith, b Anderson 1 Hry Humphrey, b Hendry" _ ... 4 J. Hill, not out ... ... * 4 t!. Tait, 1 b w, b Anderson ... 0 Extras 0 Total .. .. - .. 33 Bowlers for Lennox St:-Anderson 6 for 14, Hendry 4 for 19. Second Innings G. White, c and b.Anderson ... 0 J. Hill, c H Comben, b Ande...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
FOOTSCRAY AND WILWAMSTOWN DISTRICT CHURCHES CRICKET ASSOCIATION The following table shows how the clubs stand on the premiership list.— [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 26 December 1914

FOOTSCRAY AND WILWAMSTOWN' DISTRICT CHURCHES CRICKET ASSOCIATION The following table shows how the clubs stand on the premiership list.— ■ Poss Points _ Club Points scored Footscray Presbyterians 12 12 ; John St Methodists 12 11 Lennox St Methodists 12 10 Bay View Ed Methodists 11 9 Nth W'town Presbyterians 12 8 Hyde St Methodist (a team) 12 6 Newport Methodiits 12" t Yarraville Baptists 12 6 W'mtown Church of Christ 12 6 Victoria St Methodists 12 4 W'mtown Congregationals 12 3, Hyde St Methodists (b team) 12 3 Newport Baptists 12 0; The Association wishes all its players a Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year. '

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
$[?] [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 26 December 1914

(scray , T laft Saturda^^rTne former'^ P^ound by 71 runs on the first innings. The scores were as follows:— Footsrray Pressos (1st inns^ 182, (2nd inns) 3 for 52. Almond 47, Briese 38. Roberts 27, Williamson 26, Payne 22, Mappin 19 not out McColl 13 not out, Campbell 12, Bowlers for Newport: — Brandreth 2 for 34, Regelson 3 for 57, Powell 2 for 72^ Williams 1 for 11, Holten 1 for 1, jenkin* 1 for 16, Close 1 for 23. Newport Metbs (1st inns) 111. C Jones 59 not out, G. Regelson 18, Lsuer 11. Bowlers for Footscray Pressos:—Camp bell 3 for 16, Puche 2 for 12, Mappin 2 for 26, Alirond 1 for 22.

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
YARRAVILLE BAPTIST v. HYDE STREET B [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 26 December 1914

YARRAVXLLE BAPTIST y. .. HYDE STREET B Thi« match was concluded on. the grouml-of-ttie-iorther apd resulted in a win for the Baptists by'an innings and 57 runs. The scores were:— • YARRAVILLE BAPTISTS First Innings - ; : 195 v HYDE ST. B TEAM. " . ' First Innings. B. Blennerbassett, b Green ... 18 A. Armstrong, ■ b Carlton ... 4" Rol. Blennerhassett, b Oweu ... 6 R. Curwood. b Owen .. ... 7 R. Armstrong. B Owen .. .. 9 C. Bead, c Craven, b Green ... 0 A. Brown, b Green .... V 13 S. Gilchrist, c Owen,-b Green .. 0 Ii. rhackeray, b Green .. ~ 1 R. Whiteside, b Greeti '... .. 10 C. Powell, not out ' 2 ' Sundries ... . 4 .Total . .... .. .. 74 Bowlers for Bapts:—Green 6 Jor 29, Owen 3 for 16, Carlton I for 10, Lewis 0 for 17. Second Innings „ R.Whiteside, b Green ... ... 4 C. Powell, Lewis, b Carlton .. 9 R. Curwood, c Rev Ward, b Carlton' 3 R. Armstrong, c Green, b Rev Ward 16 C. Read, c C. Carlton, b I/. Carlton 1 I/. Thackeray, b Green ... . . 3 A. Brown, b Lewis. .... ... 0 S. Gilch...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 26 December 1914

WEDDING BELLS PHILLIPS—FREE . A rather pretty wedding was celebrated at St Luke's Church of England Yarraville on Tuesday afternoon last, when_Mr Arthur Harold Phillips, youngest son of Mrs and Mr W. B. Phillips (late of Victorian Railways), "Ringdell", Lilydale Rd, was joined in the holy bonds of matrimony to Miss Lily Free, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Free, Gray Street, Yarraville. The Rev W. T. Roach tied the nuptial knot in the presence of quite a large gathering of friends and spec tators. The bride who looked ex- quisite in a dress of white embroi dered voile with wreath and veil, and carried a bouquet of white   azaelaes, entered the church on the arm of her father, who gave her away. She was attended by three bridesmaids, Misses Daisy and Nellie Free and Hughes, who were gowned in white silk and carried bouquets of pink carnations—the gift of the bridegroom. Little Iris and Doris Free, who wore blue silk, acted as train bearers. Mr James Potts, of Glenferrie, ...

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
OBITUARY MR RICHARD CARTER [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 26 December 1914

OBITUARY MR RICHARD CARTER We have to record the demise of Mr Richard Carter, late of Em- press Avenue, W. Footscray, formerly of North road, Newport, who has been in indifferent health the last 12 months past. He was born in Cornwall, England, arrived at Bendigo at the early age of 4 or 5, was a miner for years and unfor- tunately developed what is common- ly called "The Miner's complaint" For the past 3½ years he has been employed at the Newport Work shops. About 2 months ago his illness took a serious turn and he summoned his vicar Rev. G. W. Ratten of Christ Church, Newport, to his bedside. He was interred by him at the Footscray Cemetery on Tuesday week, a service being held in the house prior to the one at the grave side. He leaves a widow, a daughter (Mrs Valentine) and three sons to mourn their loss.  

Publication Title: Weekly News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Yarraville, Australia (Vic)
WIFE AND BOARDER HUSBAND SUED FOR MAINTENANCE. CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 9 January 1915

' WIFE AND BOARDER'3! HUSBAND SUED FOR MAIN TENANCE. CASE DISMISSED. The hearing of a maintenance case occupied the attention of the Footscray Bench for some time on Thursday morning. The case in question was one in which Florence Stokes, a young married woman, proceeded against her husband, Joseph Stokes, for maintenance. Mr Murphy appeared for the de fence. Complainant's story to the Court was that eight months ago her husband suddenly' cleared away from her while they were residing in Queenstown, Tasmania and she had to earn her own living since by taking in washing and ironing. She had received no support from her husband since. She had been married for four years. She had a little girl, but defendant was not . the father of it. Mr Murphy.—Are you sure your husband had . no special reason for leaving you? • Complainant - None. Did you know a man named McCardle?—Yes, I have known him for a long time. Did anything ever take place be tween you?—No. "Were you in his company under su...

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