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SUNSHINE PROGRESS ASSN. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 11 July 1914
SUNSHINE PROGRESS ASSN. Tho- monthly meeting of the Sun snino Progress Association was held on Monday evening-last, and was well at tended. Mr Dean presided. Com-, plaints wero made as to the condition' of Station street, and it was decided to write to the shire council and ask that tho footpath in that street be formed, and also lights provided. A working -boo has been formed for this afternoon, to lielp improve the Water reserve at Sunshine. Mr McKay has offered to . supply a team of horses, and numerous volunteers have offered their services. Appreciation was ex pressed at the services rendered to tho Association by the secretary, Mr Skowes, and the presentation of a me mento to him Was left in the hands of tho executive. The Association con tinues to progress, and a lively inter est is taken by'residents in its do ings.
YARRAVILLE A.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 11 July 1914
YARRAVILLE A.W.A. The last meeting of the Yarra villeiA.W.A. was held in Masonic hall on June 28th, President Mrs Falconer welcomed two new mem bers. Dr Lord is to be added to list of medical men. Business being concluded, the ladies were joined by members of a-N.A. and friends. Miss Hoskings favored with a recitation, "He tried to sell his wife," which caused much amusement. Miss M. Falconer sans: "My Ain Folk" in a very pleasing manner. Mr Gill favored with "Mary," and Mr Muller "Thora". The singing of these two gentlemen was very much en joyed, and they again favored with ' 'Larboard Watch''. Master Weir's item "Not Understood,"' was well received. Mrs Falconer welcomed the visitors, and expressed the pleasure of seeing so many present. Mr Gill .responded on behalf of A.N.A, Refreshment* were par taken of and dancing indulged in. Mrs Grandin proved an efficient accompanist, and Mr Anchen M.C The evening was one of the best yet held by members.- Next
THISTLE CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 11 July 1914
THISTLE CRICKET CLUB. The Cricket Club connected with the Footscray Scottish Thistle Club held their annual social at St John's Hall. Pickett street, Footscray last Saturday night, July 4th, and there was a good attendance of both members of the club and visitors. Bro Rogers, secretary to the Cricket Club, conducted the business of the evening to the satisfaction of all present. Dancing was indulged in, with songs between each dance. A presentation of a framed photo of all players and supporters of the club, was presented to Bro G- A. McDonald, President of the Cricket Club, also Batting trophy to Nor man- Bradford,'Bowling- trophy to Bro James McDonald, an£ trophies for past servicss to Bro Davies and Charles Gorringe. A great deal of credit was given to Bro McRin ley, captain of fhe cricket chih, for the manner he handles his men in the different matches played during the season. After spending a very enjoyable evening, the meeting was brought to a close by the sing ipg of "Auld L...
MAINTENANCE CASE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 11 July 1914
MAINTENANCE CASE At Monday's sitting of the Foot scray Court, Elizabeth Palmer pro ceeded against her husband, Vin cent Palmer, for the maintenance of herself and child, Mr Secomb who appeared for complainant, said defendant had agreed to pay 15/- a week. . The Bench made an order thit defendant contribute i5/- a week towards the support of his wife, and to find a surety of ^20 for fulfilment of the order.
DEBT CASES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 11 July 1914
DEBT CASES At Thursday's court, orders were obtained in the following debt cases:—J. S. Anderson (represented by Mr Secomb). v B. Hand (fraud summons), ^8/6/-, payable 10/ fortnight,with 40/6 costs; v D. S & A. Hetherton, j£3/14/-, with 7/6 costs; v. Fred Burgess and William Lewi*, ;67/8/-, _ with 13/- costs; v. W. R. Heard and Jessie David son, £?/l9/6, with 7/6 costs; v. J. Dickason, £2/111-, with 7/6 costs; v W Hqdder and Charles A Collister, ^4/18/. with 7/6 costs; v, Leslie Pearce, .£5/4/-, with 13/ costs; v..J. W. Trewan, ^50, with 13/'-costs; Andrew Bremner v. M. Matheson, 15/- with .7/6 costs; v. W. Burgess, £12/10/-, with 15/6 costs; Thomas Jones v Edward Nelaari, 18/3, with 12/6 costs; W. Steele v A. Marshall and J, C. Sevier, ^3/17/6, with 1276 costs; v J. E. Hall, -j£5/10/-, with 15/6 COStS, ' .
GENEROUS NEIGHBOUR. GIRL'S CLAIM FAILS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 11 July 1914
| GENEROUS NEIGHBOUR. GIRL'S CLAIM FAILS Before Messrs W- Mitchell, (chairman.) J. McPhee, . Collins, Gallant, and Dr McCarthy, J's.P., at the Footscray Court on" Monday. Voilet Main,. a 14 year old girl, proceeded against J. Stewart, a resident of Tottenham, .for .the re covery of .^2/14/-. moneVsaidto. be due for nine weeks' work as a domestic servant. Mr Qregory [ appeared for complainant, and Mr • Secomb for the defence. ] Violet Main stated.— Mrs Stew 1 art asked me if I would go and I work for her- I s-*id, "Yes " That was on October 20. Mrs Stewart said she would give me 6j- a week. Alter I had worked for a week, I asked for my wages. Mrs Stewart said, "I will see Mr Stewart.'' " She gave me 5/- for nine weeks' work, and she said she would pa\ me the rest when she came back from Werribee. I did the washing and scrubbing, chopped the wood.; and did all the household work: Mr Secomb—If you did all the work, what did M--S Stewart do? Witness She sat ou the doorstep and watched m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 11 July 1914
:f> ublic jstoticbs W. H. FIELDING CASH GROCER AND PROVISION MERCHANT hua app ointed Wood, Coal and Coke Merch ant for the Civil Service Stores. — " Try our Teas Specially Blended by the Leading Tea Experts. Best variety in the district to ^ . choose from. Farm Produce a Specialty. Wood . Coal and Coke at lowest Prices. Families wait • -'~v«d pn and O rders promptly, delivered to all parts ; 1 . of the surrounding district. 10 CANTERBURY ST, YARR4MILE Something for the long winter nights Gramophone and Phonograph musical instruments of all kinds. Easy terms arranged. BEN WILLIAMS Yarraville. Why People Sutter Bee use they have no Intelligence. « 'lit attoomuch meat AND k l oo much water 11 11 ■ ; ing on adreadful com. , . / ic.h is called Japanacu; -I a /: I hundtedB of suffereri uria'ir it • 1 lier by my ■" ; r Pare : o. \ M itits, and my c fcl I )f Utter ed t Guaranteed, i ©■ill and See ; j» KENNEDY, STONE k CREEK HOTEL, Hyde Street, Yarraville. - EVRVTH ING "CARPI." ASPHALTING...
LOCAL CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 11 July 1914
Tlio monculy meeting of tho Bray- I brook Shire Council will bo held, on Monday next at tho .Snire Hall, Deer I'ark. We are plensed to note that Dr Lord of Tongue street, Yarraville, has f een-appointt d by the Ministei of_ Labor as a ctiiifying Medical Officer under the Shop and Factor ies Act. * ♦ * * * As a result of au examination held by the Municipal Surveyors' Board, a certificate of .competency has been issued to Mr J. T. Knox, sssistant surveyor at Footscray. The second lecture of the Uni versity Extension Centre will be delivered next Thursday evening in the Baptist school-room, Paisley street, Footscroy, the subject being "The Body as an Kngine," by Professor Osborne. The Wattle Quadrille Club which was run so successfully last season will re open on Wednesday eve ning next in the Cuming Institut , and will be held every following Wednesday throughout the season. • • • • * The next monthly-concert of the Varraville Scottish Sccietv will be held on Wednesday July 22, in th...
FOOTBALL. FOOTSCRAY BEATEN. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 11 July 1914
FOOTBALL.! NOTES BY "ALIX". FOOTSCRAY "BEATEN. All roads led to Essendon, on Sat urday afternoon lost when the Essen don and Footscray teams tried con clusions for the second time this season. The two special trains were well fiiled, while hundreds made the j journoy by road. Mr A. It. P. Crow the Footscray club's president, travelled in his motor-car, as did other? .prominent, supporters. Motor eycles were brought into requisition while a large number journeyed/ by pony and trap. It was a glorious day, -and some of the horsrs were put) at their top speed, the result being that Essendon was reached in good time. As I walked- into ehe ground, there were scarcely a dozen Footscrayite's present, but a quarter of an hour saw the arrivalof thousands of. red, white and blue supporters. Tlioy were all confident and bubbling over with anxiety to see their favorites' defeat the Pons. Alas I how crestfallen many ot them were as they made their way back to the station. Footscray had not beaten...
ART MILLINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 11 July 1914
ART MILLINERS MISSES RUSSELL. and WIL LIIAMS, (late with Miss Savage) 10 Hoplcins Street, Foorscray. Millinery up-to-date at prices to suit all classes. Hats renovated. Miss TH6rNQUEST, Ladies' Milliner, late .10 Hopkins - Street, has removed to 94 Nicholson St., Footscray. - Hair, dressed as. Usual,. Combingiinaderup. Kleetric face and head musace, 1/6. '&ttera atteadad to.
MELBOURNE (Flinders Street) to YARRAVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 11 July 1914
MELBOURNE (Flinders StrwtJ to YARRAVILLB. WEEK DAYS—5.47 *.m., 6.88, 6.2 6.16, 6.31, 6.55ft 6.57, &lt;;18, 7.40, "7.54a* 1 7.58, 8.25, 8.48, 9., 9.34, 9.55, 10.24, 10.58, 11.28, 12p.m., 12.18, 12.27; 12.42, 1.6, 1,35, 1.45, 2.5, 2.30, 2.47, 3.2, 8.80, 4.4, 4.80, 4.09, 5.5, 5.19, 5.20a, 5.32% 5.34, 5.45, 5.52, 6.2, 6.10, 6.27, 6.89, 6.59, 7.27, 7.54, 8.28, 9., 9.84, 9.57 10.12f, 10.29, 10.57, 11.23, 11.40, 11.55. SATURDAYS—5.47, 5.53, 6.2, 6.16, 6.31, 6.36, 6.42, 6.57, 7.18, 7.40, 7.54a, 7.58, 8.25, 8.48, 9.0.1 9.34, 9.55, 10.24, 10.49, 10.58,11.1)7 11.43, 12.6 p.m., 12.15 12.26, 12.41 I.8, 1.11, 1.32, 1.44, 1.59, 2.7*. 2.20, 2.38. 3.2, 8.85, 4.4, 4.30, 4.52, 5.5, 5.30, 5.82, 5.62, 6.16, 6.37, 6.48, 6.59, 7.26f 7.56, 8.28, 9.5, 9.34» 9.57, 10.12, 10.25, 10.88, 10.46, 10.55, 11.8, 11.23, 11.8Bn, II.40, 11.55 SUNDAYS—10.20, 10.40, 11.10, (Bacchus Marshj 12.55 p.m., 1.10, 1.23, 1.85, 1.52, 2.15, 2.87, 8.15., 3./5, 4.15, 4.45, 5.15, 5.81, 5.45., 6.15,. 6.45, 7.15, 7.30, 7.45 8.15...
RIFLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 11 July 1914
RIFLE NOTES Tlio above club opened the new year uitli a shoot for the President's tro 7 shols at 5/600 yards. The prc UiUnb (Mr W. H. Cuming) fired the first shot. There was a good muster of members, and the shooting was very keen, as the following scores will show, —IT. Nicholson wins tin* log !nV" t. ' Nicholson, 03, 7, 70; C. Smith, 05, 6,. 70; • ii. McDonald, 01. 6, 70; 11. Arrol, 59, 11, 70; C. Upton, GG, 3, G9; Harrison, 65, 4, 69; Kennedy, GO, 4, 69; Joint, 63, 6, G9; J. McKenry, 63, 4, 67; Cropley, 02, 5, 67; N. Stevenson, 61, 6, 67; T. Masterton, j u4, 2, 66; A. McDonald 55, 11", 66'. The amiual smoke night and presen tation of prizes will bo held in the Masonic liall, Yarraville, oil. August lsi. _ - The following are the handicaps for Saturday, at 300 yards, 1st Cuming1 Shield: T. Mastertonn, J. Mnsterfcoun, 4; i\. MeDonald,_ G. McDonald, J. Johnson, R. McKenry, F. Nicholson, 5; Harrison, J. N. McDonald, A. J. McDonald, 13. McDonald, J. McKenry, Upton, Stevenson, G; Cropl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 11 July 1914
SPECIAL NOTICB. SEDDON WOOD YARD. Carson & Peacock, (Successors to H. Jenkins.) 87 Guaon St., Seddon. Beg to inform the Residents that. hey are prepared to supply prompt ly Wood, Ctal, aid Coke to all parts of the District; • t • • Tele. 421 Footscray. Ashes Supplied. Light Carting Done. Mechanics' Institute Nicholson St, Footscray ] subscription 2/6 per Qaorte* Open *very ®v»ninjt 7 to to Saturdays 2 to 5 p.m Library contains over 5000 Volumes, Scienti c, Fictional, and Reference, The eading Rooms are supplied witp the Dai y and W »ek1y newspapers anR Mazarines and Scientific Journals. Smoking and Billiard ooms. Ladies' Room, Hall and Committee Rooms to let. for all purposes at moderate rate*, particulars of which may be obtained on application to the Librarian. New members and visitors cordially nvited. J, Johnstone, Secretary. B Tohnstone.Librarian THE PEOPLE'S STORE. Grocers,, Fruiterers and Confectioners. healers in Fancy Goods, Tobaccoes ■Pipes FISHING TACRINE, Patent ...
WORKERS' EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 11 July 1914
WORKERS' EDUCATIONAL The secretary of the above Assoc iation wrote to the Footscrav Coun cil on Monday evening: , drawing attention to the advisabilitv ot hiring a larger hall for the next University extension lecture. A' the lecture given by Professor Tucker last week, the Mechanics' Institute hail proved far too small, and quite 150 .people had to he turned away from the doors. Cr PeaTe thought the engaging 1 of a larger hall should be left attht discretion of the Mayor. Thev should ca'er as much as possible for the people., and therefore a large, hull should be secured for the next lecture. He moved the matter be left in the hands of tilt Mayor and Cr MpDuiiaM Cr Field ins. >•' steading the motion, suid he thuu^hi. the lecture; wornd ;j'. coiue ewn iiure popular. The M ayor said he was sure the lectures would do a lot of good. The secretary was the right man in the right place. The motion was agreed, to the ex.xra expense to be borne by the cotfcil
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly News — 11 July 1914
^BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ESPLANADE H aLL, Beach Station, Williamstown (J. W. Greenev. 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. 3ANK0 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.