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Sashes Still Popular [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

Sashes Still Popular Infatuation for sashes of all kinds is still growing-. Their variety, grace and fanr&sy are charming, and give to frocks so much originality and such a personal touch that ona is surprised that the truly elegant woman has ever feeen able to do without them.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Approaching Marriage [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

Approaching Marriage Miss Victoria Solomon, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mra. Alfred Solo mon. Fitsroy, and Mr. Lewis Simmons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel. Sim mons, of London, are to be married at Bourlce street Synagogue on- February. 24. There will be a reception at the Turn Verein Hall after. •

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Home and Fireside PLAIN AND FANCY NEEDLEWORK WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S ATTIRE PATTERNS AND PLANS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

I PtiAiN- KNB FANCY NEEDLEWORK WOMEN'S " Mm CHILDREN'S ATTIRE " ' PATTEilNS ■ RND PLANS " By "A. MOTHER/* Two bonnets are described "below, one of crochet (which, is illustrated) and one in knitting. A toy sponge for bathing time for a baby offers a sug gestion which may bring comfort to a worried mother. A very simple crochet insertion is explained and placed on loan. ]

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Test Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

Test Cricket The third test match of the present Knglisa season in South . Africa was contested at . Johannesburg; Batting firet England -S€*.re4 v 238, Hobbs playing a chaHceless innings for v 92. ;The local team ' "made 150, Hearne being very destructive with the, ball/ .. England's „ ■ ' second imiings:produced 308,Meadand Doug Ja's. contributing 86 '"and. 77:'T^pec]tiYiely.;- Re' Quiring 3!)G. to" win South Africa made 124 ■without loss, a iictable eyening board show ing' Taylor 53 and Zulch 6G—each not oun: The total score was 304,; England fchU3 win ninug by 91 runs.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CROCHET BONNET [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

A CROCHET BONNET I mentioned last week tiiat bonnets of Irish crochet are popular for bab ies. The one illustrated has a round crown (a small shanircr„\ d'oyley does well). IiOOT>s of chain ( • are worked in each leaf. Another loop is passed through the first with a shamrock at each end. Eight rows of chain and picot follow with a row of single shamrocks joined to an."."-?r six rows of "-"J '• lias a final row of shamrocks. The neck has a row made into insertion v- a tight chain at each side. A soft silk lining is required, and soft rib bon strings.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Interstate Colts Match [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

Interstate Colts °Matcli The cricket on January 2 was played in pleasant circumstances. N. Brown retired (for 82), and Souter then joined Lugton in .a good stand. The latter reached 68 while Souter got -16. Long took the last two wic kets cheaply, the round closing for 347. Fol lowing on, the Victorians were less effec tive, although several started well. Butler, the young M.C.C. batsman, showed form and promise in collecting 47; and Willis, the Uni versity player, got- 44. Moderation distin guished the others, and by evening eight wickets had fallen for 183 runs, three of them taken by Lowe at a cost of 10 runs. The game, arranged for three days, was drawn. NSW SOUTH WALES. >: First Innings .. .. .. .548. VICTORIA. First Innings 317 Second Innings. II. Sandford, b Googah .". .. .. 19 J. Sheppard, c sub., b Dupain .. .. .. .. 24 A. Brown, c Pratten. b Dupain .. ..16 C. B. Willis, c Long, b Lowe .. .. ..... 44 M. Hotchin, b Callaway ... ........ 1 T. L. Butler,' b Lowe .. .. .. .....

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A DUTCH BONNET [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

A DUTCH BONNET This pattern is for the benefit of knitters. The shape is pretty, the work easy, and the bonnet fits a child of a vear old:—-• (Abbreviations: m.,_ maker s.> slip; k., knit; P-. purl; ch., chain; d.c., double crochet.) Materials: 1% 02. of Peacock single knitting wool, a -pair of No. -10 long boae knitting needles, No. 14 steel knitting needles,; and a) No. 0 steel crochet hook. ; . Cast 011 114 stitches and knit one row plain, then begin the-brioche knitting. 1st row: M. 1 by bringing the wool to the- front of the needle, slip first- stitch purl-ways, k 2 to gether. and continue m 1, s 1 purlways, k 2 together to end of row. 2nd row: * M 1, s■ l,! knit together the , two stitches which lie across each other, and continue from * to end of row. Repeat the second row until the work measures" 7 inches, tfaen do a row righ; across thus: k 1, knit together the two crossed stitches omitting the "ra 1." Next row: Here the back of the bonnet commences Knit 4S stitches >...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Victoria v. New Zealand [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

Victoria v. New Zealand Victoria and New Zealand commenced their match on the Melbourne Ground on January. 9. Some promising colts in Lampard, Hea ther, M'Donald, Willis, and Lrugton were tried in the Victorian team. New Zealand batted first, and scored 141. M'Donald and Lam pard being the successful bowlers. Scores:— NEW ZEALAND. T First Innings. - : W. Patrick, b M'Donald . .. 0 L. Sneddon, b M'Donald .. ........ .. 0 L. G. Hemus, c Armstrong, by Lampara ? B. J. Tuck-well, b Lampard. .. 3 R. G. Hickmott, c Armstrong, b M-'Donald 46 D. Reece, b Lampard . .. .. 47 D. Sandman, c Carkeeik, b Lampard .... 9 Li. G. Taylor, run out .. .. .. .. .. ..8 T. Carlton, c Carkeek, b Lampard .. 9 C. Robinson, not out . . -7 C. Boxshall, b Lugton .... . i .. 4 Extras .. . ;. .. .. .... .. .... '3 Total .. .. .. .. .......... .. 141 VICTORIA. First ilnnings. E. V. Carroll, c Hiekmott, b Robinson 2 W. 'Sewar.t. not out .. .. .. ...... 3 C. Kiernan, not out .. .. .... . . .. .. .. 3 Extras .. 2 • One...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

SEND FOR OUR NEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE• Of CRICKET and SUMMER SPORTING GOODS. CRICKET BATS. All Cane .. .. .. 7/6 Selected .. .. .. .« .. 10/8 "Wansop's Single Rubber .. .. 12/6 Warsop's Match .. .. .. 17/6 Myers Hall's All Cane .. .. .. .. .. .. 15/ Myers Hall's Elastic Web 20/ Others up to 30/. Boys' Bats, from V Each. CRICKET BALLS. Composition, from 6d to 3/. Leather,, from 3/6 to 8/6. Pads, Gloves, Wickets, Etc., Etc., Etc. M'LEAN BROS and RIGG PTY. LTD., ELIZABETH ST.. MELBOURNE. ui HiJIIiIIB llll | | ill Iff

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Friction In Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

Friction In Cricket it is said ail intimation has beeu made to the Australian Board of Control by the iMarylefcone -Club that no English team will be sent to Australia next year if there be any'recurrence'of. friction between the Board and the leading players. The comment on such an announcement will surely be "Time enough to discuss this twelve months hence, by which* date all may be peace and har mony." The New Zealand cricketers played at Al bury and won by an innings and 127 r.n3, the scores being New ^Zealand 378, Albury 75 and 176. For the game New South Wales v. South Australia, beginning at Adelaide on January 9, the following local men were selected:— Crawford,. Clem Hill, Chamberlain, Pellew, Moyes, Mayne, .Kirkwood, M. D. M. Steele, Whitty, Winser, and Run dell.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Captaincy and Other Troubles [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

Captaincy and Other Troubles - Arising out of the' difference with W. Arm strong oyer the captaincy' of the Victorian Eleven, mueh*: public discussion is taking place. Associated with it there is a tendency <o review many of the difficulties of the' re cent past, to the inevitable' further disturb ance of the cricket atmosphere. Such may easily be the . effect of a proposal emanating from the. conainittee. of the South Melbourne Cricket Club. At a meeting, the president, Cr. Baragwanath, J.P., submitted the follow ing resolution,, which, was carried:—"That a conference of representatives of the senior V.C.A. clubs be called, on a date to be fixed, to discuss the present unsatisfactory condi tion of Cricket in Victoria; and that, while recognising that the matter is one that comes withir the. purview of the V.C.A., the com mittee is of opinion, that some good may come out of such conference." In submitting his proposal Cr. Baragwanath said his committee desired it lo be un...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

The Call of the Wild golfer who has just broken hi3 '.'bar gain" club, of which he" boasted be fore setting out to break the record - for the course, should serve as a warn ing (and save embarrassment* buy the best—-Spaldings'. A. fi. a Of Australasia Ltd.. 204 CEARENCE ST., SYDN"EY.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FISHING. By "FIN." [Reports should reach this office not later than Tuesday afternoon.] JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

By "FIN." ' [Reports should reach this office not later than Tuesday afternoon.] JANUARY. xv.—Frahran—Alwyn Trophy. 10.—E. PI. Willis and G. Fairbairn Trophies. 10«—-Abbotsford—Jewell Outing. 10-11.—Brunswick—Bishop Trophy.. 11.—St. Kilda—A. Willis Trophy. 11.—Carlton—Taylor Trophy. 14-28—Fairfield and Alphington—Hartley-Set ford Trophies. Holiday fishers secured some splendid hauls of blaekflsh near Bunyip. Messrs Walker,. J. Spenee and' R. M'Namara prob ably did; best. They had well filled baskets and three fish which totalled 101b. It is very rarely that one hears of a fish angler getting tired of catching fish. Only good sportsmen get tired when the game or tho fish is too plentiful. A party of Victorians who visited the Tuggerah Lakes, N.S.W., during the holidays had 10 days on the perch and bream, and so emphatically were the fish on thefeed that it was a com mon thing to catch almost a boatload. Then the party got tired. The sport .being too easy, became monotonous, and they ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Australian Wins Distinction [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

Australian Wins Distinction Mrs Charles Bruce Marriott, wiio j was recently made a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society is a; daughter of the late Mr George Lee, of New South Wales. She represents one of the oldest squatting families in that State. Her people settled 111 the Bathurst district. Mr C. T. B. Marriott, her husband is a keen sportsman and secretary- of the Eng lish Rugby Union. It is only re cently that women have been admit ted to the Geographical Society and it is gratifying to . know that an Aus tralian figures among the pioneers.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

a. SCOTT 364BOUPKE. ST MELBOURNE Wf?rre for LIST W FISHING TACKLE Our selection, of Tackle tiife season is exceptionally good, and worth' the attention of the most critical. We give a few lines below:— SPECIAL ENGLISH CANE BUILT ' STEEL. CENTRE • TROUT RODS. Agate Fish Rings and Tips, Bulge Rings, cork grip, £4/10/. Built: Cane Rods, very test quality, English, 45/ to 65/. ; ' ■ : Greeriheart Rode; Bream. or Fly, : 9%ft. to 10yaft„ 12/6, 15/, 20/, to . 45/. Schnapper Rods, 7ft. to 8ft., 12/6 to 35/. "• Bream Rods, from 5/0. . And Many Others too numerous to mention. Call in and inspect our laVgo assortment. TTII9HING N3ETS, Rabbit and Bird Trap JF peris' Nets, Fruit Tree Netting, Fishiag Tackle of every n description. Price list 'forwarded.-. W« 0.- OXLI3Yt< 349 Little Collins street. : :;" !'v

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUESTIONS ANSWERED [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

QUESTIONS. ANSWISTSEB Black Birchip.—The bridesmaids leave for the church about ten minutes before the bride. They await her arrival at the .church door. She enters with her father or "who ever is giving her away, the bridesmaids take their positions behind her. ' If there is only one bridesmaid she follows lh the same, fashion. At a- recent fashionable wedding I one of the bridesmaids, who was really a maid .of honor, preceded the bride. How-J ever, this is the first time I have noted such an arrangement.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

A FURNITURE POLISHER AND CLEANSER OF Umeqiiaileel Quality: .-is. It cleans,, renovates, and produces a ■ brilliant lasting polish;. It acts aa a disinfectant, arid is most economical. If you have any difficulty in procur ing this valuable line sand 8d in ' stamps to til® Nugget Polishing Co./ Wllliamstown, tor s large tin post i-:, ■ pee* . :■.: ■ - - ; .V'- ' v'

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOCIAL SERVICE WHERE POVERTY PINCHES WILLING HELPERS UNITE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

WHERE POVERTY PITCHES WUiiiXNG HSLFSRS UN1TTG ! Undoubtedly there is a section of the public which has a proud self-satis faction. It raises its voice in paean'of. praise for a time of prosperity and joyousness. [ But there are some who keep j silent. One finds them among people i | imbued with the philanthropic spirit. ; They are not so optimistic about j the situation; for life to them is viewed | from behind'the scenes. Daily they are face to face with poverty. in ail its squalor and inevitable hideousness. "Thirty people in this parish would' have gone dinnerless on Christmas Day I but for the generosity of some of the | parishioners.*' This was the distressing statement made last week by a dea coness in charge at one of the northern suburbs.' Wolf at 'tb© Door "Their demands were small, their needs many. Never in. the course of a long experience do I remember a time •when so much relief was necessary. "We find that it is the old age ajid the invalid pensioners who are feeling t...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rest Gown [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

Rest Gown The cult of the rest gown is growing-, and with good reason. The -modern j woman, in the course of her strenuous life, has learned- the valu6 of a brief spell of complete repose in the day— the half hour before dinner, the hour after lunch, just when it happens to be convenient. . ' To lounge about In the fragile and harrow,, grown of to-day ia disastrous to its-beauty. Not only..does it tend to . make a grown appear shabby and out of shape, but one cannot rest so well in it, for to rest completely everything must be loose and soft. So the rest gown has been introduced into the dainty London fashions of to-day. The cap keeps the hair smooth and unruf fled when lounging upon th© couch, and the pretty matinee or dressing coat and the dainty rest robe fill their parts. Women have learned tliat it is good policy to look their best at all times, even in the privacy of their own rooms, for when one is looking one's prettiest it is a source of inward satisfaction even if no; one ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DANCE FROCK [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

DANCE FROCK Dainty dance frock, iri whit© , satin and shadow lace. ■ mmmmmnaao—i im'w ii mimiii ilii/i

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