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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 16 May 1914
SPECIAL NOTICES. RECORDED BY THE 'DWTAL BOARD OF V/CTOR^^* »****** V-. SPECIAL NOTICE. SUNSHINE RESIDENTS cannot do better thia PATRONISE J. W. McGRATH& Go "The Sunshine" GROCERS. PROVISION ND GENERAL MERCHANTS For all their household requisites, including Ironmongery, Furniture, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, etc, also VOODND COL >• Ivi dal iver ed daily at City prices. HOUSE AND LAND AG NTS. "Sunshine Fruit and Vegetable mart xKEcHampshire Road Mrs W. Roberts, Proprietress. Fresh fruit daily. Families waited on for orders SUNSHINE COFFEE PALACE. Mrs BEAL/B, Froprietoress. First-class accomodation for boarders ■with home comforts, Electric light, hot and cold baths. Two pianos. Tele 26, msmoderate. "Blair Athol" HAMPSHIRE RD No 1 Smubise Dairy. F MADLER. DEVONSHIRE and CORNWALL, RDS, supplies families with pure Milk daily .Wholesome and Retail from her picked dairy herd. One Cowa's milk for in fants supplied. 8UNSHINE ESTATE AGENT. E. R. CLARK, BLAIR ATHOL COFFEE PALACE. Tel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 16 May 1914
I'PnBLXO 1TOTICES.0 THE "ALMA" STUDIO, 13 PHISLEY street, FOOTS0RRY. We wish to let the Public know Saturdays's and We give 12 Post enlargrementfii work done at sma ,t .. No extra charge for groops. Tel. 'Scray, 2$6' 1 WANT TO GO TO THE "ALMA' STUDIO. H. C. LLOYD, Proprietor "There's Just Time for a Drink" && 11 Hegerty's Railway Hotel, sjjjf ^ -The CENTRAL Store— -81 GAM:ON street seddon,— Right! Opp. O'Fari ell Street,^ H. & J. TOZEit, Grocers and Provision Merchant..:^ Our Motto:—Civility and Attention Ckcice Blends of Tea, Western District Butter PoHltry Feedf A ways' on' 'Hand. Orders called for and promptly delivered. ■ — P. gallogley. GROCER Tea and ProvisionMerehant.^ ORDERS 'DELIVERED DAILY J A TRIAL SOLICITED^ ' O'Farreli Street, Footscrav The Footscray Gas & Coke Company Limited. C&L I All sizes fixed free. ^1 I Cash or Terms. stoves "**• Up-to-date Gas Fittings and Burners; Radiators irons and Bath'heateiis of every description fit...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 16 May 1914
OBITUARY. It is with much, regret that we chronicle the death of Mrs D M Odgers, who passed away on Satur day last at a private hospital- The deceased, who was 46 years of age, was a daughter of Mr John'Dobson, who has resided in Regent street, i Yarraville, for many years. Mrs Odgers had been ailing for, about four weeks, but nothing serious was expected, and her end came as a severe shockrto her relatives. The funeral took place to the Footscray Cemetery on Tuesday last. Thg Rev W. O. Ward o.iic iated at the graveside, and -the funeral arrangements were parried out by Mr W. A. Warne, Money to Lend on Deeds, Life Poli cies, Jewelleiy, Finanoe, Pianoe, Fur niture, without removal, or any Per sonal Security. Advances roVde for the purchase of Horses and Vehicles, repay able by weekly instalments. Furni ture bought in Insolvent Estate Striofrly Pr*2irt» -If, B, BiEHV.)s».... I
The Weekly News The moving finger writes, and having writ Moves on Nor all thy piety nor wit Shall lure it back to cancel hall a line Nor all thy tears wash out a word of it. SATURDAY, MAY 16th, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 16 May 1914
The moving finjrer writes, and having writ Moves on. Nor all thy piety nor wit Shall lure it back to cancel hall a line Nor all thy tears wash out a word I of it. SATURDAY, MAY 16th, 1914 Ratepayers in the City of Foot scray, and also in the Shire 'of Braybrook. • are notified by adver tisement elsewhere that rates must be paid on or before June 10. The hours of attendance of the rate collectors are advertised. * * # # * Mr D. T. Barnet, town clerk of Footscray, who returned from, his holidays last week, was again in charge at the Footscray Council meeting on Monday, » » • • » For failing to have their child ren vaccinated, the following par ents were each fined 10/-at the Footscray .Court on Thursday— George Easton, H. W, Greenham, Thomas Lucas, George H. Haw kins, George Brown. John Morgan Joseph James White, Thomas A. Hobbs, John McDonald, and Thom as Gibbons, • • m • • . At the Yarraville Hall this eve ning a fine programme will be sub milted to the public, The pro gramme includ...
SEAMAN INJURED. Between Carriage and Platform [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 16 May 1914
SEAMAN INJURED. Between Carriage and Platform .&lt; Among the passengers arriving at Yarraville by one of the late trains on Saturday evening was George Craggs, 30 years of age, a seaman on board the s.s. 'Angola', berthed at one.of the wharves. On alighting from the train, his leg slipped between the carriage and the platform, and although not fractured, was painfully injured. Shipmates accompanying the man carried him to their vessel, not being aware of the existence of a public hospital at Williainstown. On Monday night it Became nec essary to transfer him to the Hos pital, where he was admitted for treatment.
Robbery At Footscray FOUR MEN CHARGED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 16 May 1914
Robbery At Footscray FOUR MEN CHARGED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL Four young men named John Hutchings, .Geo. Sidgeworth, Ed ward McEwan, and John Wil»on, were placed in the dock at the Footscray Court last Monday on a charge of having, on;May 6, felon iously broken into the'dwelling house of Thomas Daniel Felstead, and stealing five gold brooches, one pair of boots, and various otber articles Thomas Felstead, an engine driver, residing in Geelong road, West Footscray, stated that on May 6. he left home at 5.45 a.m. | His wife and children left the house about 10 o'clock. On returning at 3 p.m witness found that the back window had been broken open, evidently with an axe, which was lying close by. On entering, wit ness found that the house had been thoroughly ransadked, and five gold brooches, a lady's silver watch, a lady's gold ring, pair of sleeve links, gold Albert chain, aud a pair of boots, the whole valued at ,£20, was missing. An old pair of boots was left by those who had com mitted...
ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 16 May 1914
ATHLETICS A few enthusiasts of cross-coun try running are endeavoring to establish a club at Footscrav, aud would like the co-oparation of all those interested in the formation of :i local club. It is intended to call a meeting at a future date, aud in the meantime it is desired to secure names and addresses of those who would be willing to take an active part in such a club- Persons so willing may leave their name and acldress with Mr G. Mossop 36 Pickett St, Footscray or at the "Weekly News's Office, Yarra ville.
ARMY HOME REFORMS LAD. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 16 May 1914
ARMY HOME REFORMS LAD . Six months ago, a lad named George . Bull appeared before the Footscray bench on a charge of larceny. A,resident of Yarraville, a Mr Saunders, handed his son. 9 years of age, three sovereigns in a purse to take home to his mother. Bull saw the act, and' following the child, extracted one sovereign from the purse. It was thought at the time that Bull was mentally weak, and the case against him was adjourned for six months, while the lad was committed to the care of the Salvation Army Home. On being brought before the local court last Monday, an Army officer reported that Bull's conduct had been all that could be expected of him. An elder brother undertook to look after Bull, who was thereupon discharged, Remember, wnen getting your sup tag's, grocer,, lp Canterbury street, plies > for. .tba week to call at Field «r §8 SomtrvlUt road, Tarravilltr'
Williamstown Races. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 16 May 1914
Williamstown Races. Selkctions By ''Aux'! Despite the counter attraction of football, the Williamstown Racing; Club should claim its fair share of patronage this afternoon, when an interesting programme of six events is set down for decision. Some first-class horses have entered for the steeple, including1 Leah Kleslina and United Kingdom. Special trnins will run to the course at frequent intervals, stopping at Eootscray and Newport to pick up j and set down passengers/ The j first race will start at 2 o'clock, i Appended are my selections: Hurdle- Nimmie or Gertie Moore. Maiden—Boytah or Paarl. Bay view Handicap - Avomvort or Winnipeg. Steeple—Westport or The Guide Jumpers' Flat—Patriotic or Lit tle Slam.' Welter —Miss Gower or Buln Buln
MOTOR-CYCLE DRIVEN TOO FAST [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 16 May 1914
MOTOR-CYCLE DRIVEN TOO FAST On Mindav, at the Footscray Court, Kay S. Flae was charged with having driven a motor-cycle at a speed dangerous to the public. Constable Joiner stated that at half-past five on the afternoon of April 25, defendant droVS a motor cycle over the West Footscray rail way crossing at a speed of between 25 and 30 miles an hour. There were a number of people about a t the time, returning from the foot ball match. Defendant did not sound the horn of the cycle. Sergeant Ryan gave corrobora tive evidence, and statsd that the crossing was a dangerous one. Defendant admitted, travelling at a speed of between 18 and ?0 miles an hour. A fine of 20/- was imposed, and defendant's license was endorsed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 16 May 1914
WARMTH AND COMFORT: THIS WINTER Cleanliness Economy, and Comfort makes a home a joy. GAS FIRES to fit existing- grates. The passing of the household drudge. Domestic labour saving appliances should be in every home. Ladies who strongly object to winter fires causing smoke, dust, ashes, cleaning of grates, etc, have only to experience one winter with GAS FIRES to convince them that they have too long put up with all the drudgery and iuconvenience of other fires. To he had from £} upwards. Maximum cost of fixing, 10/- Send for Estimates, or call at: - FOO PSCRAY GAS and COKE I Co. Ltd. WHITEHALL St, FOOT CRAY, Tele 99 Ft'scray' Advt. ARE Y©U PKEPARED F©R "NT OW the cold weather is coming on you will ' be in need of something warmer to wear ; so come now because we can supply you no mat ter what you may need. We have a stock of new winter goods that will please "all". The goods that we are offering for the cold season, are of good pattern, warm and above all are of good strong wearing ...
GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 16 May 1914
| GENERAL NEWS The Annual Re-Union and Elec tion of Office-bearers of the Past Pupil's and Teacher's nssociation was held in the Cuming- Institute, on Thursday, May 7th. There •.vas a good attendahce of Teachers and Old Scholars. The election of office-hearers resulted as fol lows:—President, Mr C. Pinchen ; Vice-President, R. Ramsay; Treas, urer, Mr L. Williams; "on Sec W. G. Weir; Committee, Mes dames Wells, Tyschen, and J J. Williams, Misses J. Campbell. Currie, C. Rogers, and E. Gray , Messrs R. Crow, G. Meikle, J Rogers, W. Horsfall, J. Dobson. Musical items were rendered by Mr J. Hill and Mrs Goadie. Games were then indulged in. » ft * t « Mr E. C. Warde, M.L A. de livered an interesting address on the "Workers Compensation Act" at the meeting of the Footscray branch P L.C held iu the Royal hall last Tuesday evening. Mr Warde touched on every phase of the subject, which he handled in his usual finished style, being attentive ly listened to. The speaker claimed thai the Labor p...
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 16 May 1914
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . ESPLANADE HaLL, Beach Station, Williamstown (J. W. Greeney. Scle Proprietor,) The most up-to-date in the Town. To let for Socials. Concerts, Dances, Weddings and Meetings. Tele. 186 W'stown. Dancing every Saturday Night, BANKO OINTMENT—One trial will prove it a healing salve for animal wounds- It cures galls while the horse is worked. Sold in tins one shilling and ' upwards. Depot 124 Barkly St, Footscray.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 16 May 1914
_JPKOFB3SIOWAL Notios is hereto given that Mr William Brocket, solicitor, having? taken into partaenhip Mr Walter Kemp, their bosinesi will is future be carried on onder the etyl» BROCKET and KEMP, i SOLICITORS, - 237 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. 36 Paisley Street, Footscray. . TKLRFHONE3—3481 Central j , —349 Footscray. Trust Fund* to lend atCnrreut Rate j^jR JAMES HAI,I, Solicitor and Conveyancer . i. LOMBARD BUILDINGS QUEEN STREET MELBOURNE i Telephone—3273 Central, OFFICE:—Mr C- Farnbach's •ffices, Irving Street Footscray, and Anderson Street, Yarraville. Ur Hall attends Footscray office on | Mondays and Thursdays (court norning) between 9 and 10 a.m. r. to see his clients. Has Trust Monies to lend on free- j hold Security. gECOMB ^ WOODFULL | SOLICITORS A. C. Secomb—Commissioner of Supreme Court Victoria. Sth Aus ■ • tralia, New Zealand A. H. WOODFULL, L.L.M, Commissioner W. A. Town Office—Prell's Buildings, 60 Queen St, Melb• Phone 5705 Mr Secomb's private residence is: Buckley ...
CORRESPONDENCE. "Nothing will grow in Yarraville" TO THE EDITOR, WEEKLY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 23 May 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. "Nothing will grow in Yarraville" ^ • # A • • To The Editor, Weekly News, • • * • Sir,—Surely Cr Johnson in giving birth to this great thought, has placed before the people the un fortunate position Yarraville oc cupies in the minds of the City "fathers" (save the name) also in the minds of Footscray business people, and also unfortunately in the minds of many residents of Yarraville. "Nothing will grow in Yarraville" is the brake that has checked the progress of Yarra vilie for years, and here is one of our oldest councillors telling the same old tale Is it not about time there was a change?- Too long has Yarraville and its necessities been the butt of all the cheap wit in the Footscray Council, even as the name of Footscray has been the great Australian joke for years-— Too long has Yarraville been treated as a sort of poor relation to Footscray, and its representatives obliged to go cap in hand for every trifling favor - Should we want a place for our kids to play...
YARRAVILLE v WILL'STOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 23 May 1914
YARRAVIUyE v WILL'STOWN This afternoon, Yarraville play Williamstown Juniors on the latter's ground at the sea side. An interesting game should result. Yarraville play ers ,and supporters are asked to be at the local railway station at two o'clock. The game will be umpired by C. Curtis. YARRAVILLE TEAM Backs Kirk Hagan Stone Half-Backs Anderson Bolan Leonard Centres Walker Brennan Rogers Half-Forwards Litchfield Lynch Bradford Forwards Marmo Fenton Brown Followers O'Halloran Thompson Rover « Cunningham # Emergencies—McNeilage, Davis and Ashley. . The secretary of tlae Yarra villc Football club (Mr Dave Trestra.il) desires us to an nounce that complications have arisen in connection with his club and a local junior club named the "Yarravilla Juniors The word /'Junior" has been omitted troni the Yarraville club. Only recently a hall was booked to both clubs for • the same night. The public in giv ing donations, or in. other • ways supporting the Yarra ville club, are asked to bear » t...
Yarraville v. North Melb. YARRAVILLE WIN ANOTHER ONE POINT VICTORY [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 23 May 1914
Yarraville v. North Melb. i YARRAVILLE WIN ANOTHER ONE POINT VICTORY The match between Yarraville and North Melbourne Juniors on Saturday afternoon last at the North Melbourne ground resulted in a oue point victory for Yarra ville, It was an interesting game all through with North in the . lead until the last term, when i Yarraville secured the lead for the first time, and although the Northerners strove hard, Yarra ville held them at bay. and gained a victory that was full of merit. With each game, the new men in the tricolors are improving, and they should extend the seasiders' team to-day. To revert to last Saturday's match, when the players entered the arena, it was seen that the Yarraville team was composed of the following:—O'Halloran. Kirk, Hagan, Davis, Anderson, Bolan. Leonard, Kodgers, Cunningham, Fenton, Lynch, Brennan, Thomp son, Mclnnes, Marmo, Bradford. Brown, and Walker. Mclnnes was making his first appearance with the team, and he showed good form. In the opening qua...
FOOTSCRAY v NORTH MELB [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 23 May 1914
FOOTSCRAY v NORTH MELB R t t This afternoon, Footscray and North Melbourne will try conclus ions on the latter's ground, FOOTSCRAY'S TEAM Backs Samson Harris Half-backs McCluskey Grimshaw Neilsou Centres Grierson Clarke Donnelly Half-forwards Williams Lawson Crouch Forwards Baxter 1 Bauburv Followers Eldridge • Ford Rover : Cotton • * - Two special football trains will run to North Melb to-day leaving Newport 1.44, Yarraville 1-50, Saddon 1.53, and Footscray 1.55. from West Footscray 2.2, Middle Footscray 2-5. Footscray 2.9■
FOOTBALL. FOOTSCRAY v WILLIAMSTOWN FOOTSCRAY WIN FOOTSCRAY'S SPLENDID LAST QUARTER. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 23 May 1914
FOOTBALL. NOTES BY"AL1X". FOOTSCRAY v WILLIAMSTOWN1 FOOTSCRAY WIN FOOTSCRAY'S SPLENDID LAST QUARTER. Probably about 4,000 people from this district journeyed by rail to Williamstown last Saturday to wit ness the match bthveen Footscray and the seasiders- The attendance altogether must have cumbered over 6,000. Footscray were without the ser vices of their captain, Johnny Crad dock, who has been ordered to stand down for three matches as the result of an iucident in the pre- | vious match. Lawson was out of the team, and Little played his first game for the tricolors. Much was expected of this.player, but he failed to realise expectations. Wil liamstown were considerably hau dicapped by the absence, through injuries, of four of their best play ers in Reitman Alley, Gibbs and Mitchell. The game was always interesting and at the last change of ends, it looked as if there would be a close finish, but Scray scored comfor tably in the lead by 13 points What the result would have been if '...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 23 May 1914
SPECIAI, NOTICES. F J.CLSRBNCE PiNCHEN r?£co/w£o ay tft£ -peffral board of v/ctor/a ■ II SYDNEY ST, YARRAVILLE a. *.it'(frjm*te.tat(oh) ... . •' (e SPECIAL NOTICE. v SUNSHINE RESIDENTS cannot do better than PATRONISE— J. W- McCRATH&Go "The Sunshine" GROCERS, PROVISION ND GENERAL MERCHANTS For all their household requisites, including Ironmongery, Furniture, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, etc, also WOOD .ND COL I r.-i del iver ed daily at City prices. HOUSE AND LAND AG NTS. Sunshine Fruit and Vegetable mart Hampshire Road Mrs W. Roberts, Proprietress. Fresh fruit daily. Families waited on for orders 8UN8HINE COFFEE PALACE. Mra BEALE, Proprietoress. First-class accomodation for boarders with home comforts, Electric light, hot and cold baths. Two pianos. Tele 26, msmoderate. "Blair Athol" HAMPSHIRE RD No I Sunthine Dairy. "P. MADLER, DEVONSHIRE and CORNWALL RpS, supplies families with pure Milk daily Wholesome and Retail from her picked dairy herd. One Cowa's milk for in * fants su...