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TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 October 1914
TO-DAY i MAITC'II.H. Williamstown v. Port Melbourne (lat olovcn) at Pe r Mlolbourno, Team Arnold, Baker, Bolt. Oarpontor, Brown, Kilgour. Gladatonuo, G. MIlla (2), Mit aholl, Watoon. Socout olovoun a? Will imln twnl. Toanm-Abbcrton, Ooward, Davis, Gobblo, Johinon Keorr, Llvingltono (2), Outoa (2), Pilling. Club Elovon v. rongrogationals at foot of Viotoria stroot, Toam--.ilae, Rem ington, Box, Fergnu3on, Iry, Erilckaon, Thonman, HUookig, A, Iord, .Horring, Cohou. C.Y,M.9, v. Camborwoll at Cambor well. Playoro otthl 1,55 p.m, train. Thistlo 01ub v. Esaondon on Railway roaorvo.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 October 1914
IN MEMORIAM. McAULEY.—In memory of our dear Mother Fanny who passed away at Williamstown, October 18th, 1913. Thou art not forgotten, mother dear, Nor ever wilt thou be As long as life and memory lasts, We will remember thee. --Inserted by her loving husband &nbsp; and children, Fanny, Albert, Mrs &nbsp; B. Matthews and Edith. The Advertiser. Saturday, October 17, 1914.
Williamstown v. Malvorn. "B" Pennant. WILLIAMSTOWN, 122. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 October 1914
Williamatown y, Malvorn, " B" Ponnant. WILLIAMSTO\VN, 122, Piikor, Patterson, Timmin, liddlo ,., 82 Todd, Orocktord, Harvoy, L, IIcok ,., 34 Off, iyan, lBrodt, Broeeze ,,.., 20 St.uevn8ou, IlHmpol, Turnear, Craweor~l 86 MALVERN, 70.
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 October 1914
Bo WL8. Willianstown v, Auburn, "A" Ponnant, Boro: t- WULLIAM?'OWN, 82, nmitih, Hall, Ward, D, Qravoll 2... 21 Mandorson, W, Oravell, II. Hlok, Ogden 22 Atkinson, Bonnoss, A, F?wlor, Bradley 13 Blaokatook, Ri. Fowlor, Jones, Willis 26 AUBURN, 101.
FOOTSCRAY AND WILLIAMSTOWN DISTRICT CHURCHES ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 October 1914
IfooTH0o?AY AND WILLIAM1TOWN DIeTruIO CIIUROOIDI AaaOoIATION. North Prosbis 74 (Hlndoon 18, Caroon 10, Moezlea 14, Drew 7 n.o.) v. Yarraville laptisto 00 (Meouzies 4 ft r 82, Carson 2 2 for 20, Balsam I for 18, Weekeos 0 for 14). Viotorla St, Methodist 122 (eurwood 04; Brown 8 for 28, Hope 8 for 10) v. Nowport Baptlate 67 (Oamond 3S; Wid dowu 0 for 52), huraoh of Ch?i?et 54 (Jones 15, Pareona 0, Hall 8 n o.; Hill 4 for 21, Chandler 2 for 17, Hall 1 for 12, Persona 1 for II) v. Hydo t31. Methodists (A team) 8 for 11l, John St. Mothodlsta 2 for 06 (BMiles 2, Salt 17 no., WIgloy 13, Allen II ; Allen i for 24, Giles 2 fur 20) v. Newport Methodlist 0 (Holtona 84, Powoll 21, Clox 18i Powell 1 for 231. LJonnox St. Methodlts 05, v.,'iootseriuy Presbytorlans 4 for 76. The?o matoheu will be conoludod to-day, CY,M.B. 8 for 103 (T. Connery 85, Spillano 16, Murphy 10 n,o,) v. Camher well 6600 (IIoHegarty 7Tf r 21, Connolly 8 for 20. Thistlo 131 (Smith 60, Dover 28, IBoll 10 no., Woods 18) v, Fss...
CRICKET. WILLIAMSTOWN v. PORT MELB. FIRST ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 October 1914
C?ICKET. WILLIAMSTOWN v, PORT MELB. FIRST ELIIVN. WillhIwmstown 82 (A. Milo 15, KIIgoui~ 15, Brown 14, Carpontor 13, N. Mil. 10J v. Port Malbourno 4 for 89 (A. Mlllk 3 for 26, Oladutones 1 for 25). SUIIOOND JLIVRVN. Williamotown 77 (Plliing 30, R. Living gtono 25) v. Port Molbourno 4 for 113 (II. Outon 4 for 42). OLun IlltvRN, Club Hlovon 102 (Allibon 17, Box 12, Thomas 12, Alloas 10, Herring 10; Her rig 2 for 22, Allibon 3 for 24, Aillo I for 22, Thomas 1 f, r 4) v, CongrogtLontli 7 fr 103 (Grigg 22, Buttorfiold 14, Wallis 12, Ogilvio It, Oonroy 21 n o, ; Ogilvlo 2 for 5, Wallls 3 for 31, Conroy 2 for 26, Qrigg 1 for 11, G. Ogdon I for 21).
AUSTRIANS IN SPOTSWOOD. CARRYING ON AN INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 October 1914
AUS t IAMS IN SPOTS WOOD. UAIICYINO ON AN INDUfTRY. TUll Defence authoritics have taken, poaaooiiou of the old pottery works on the IFootecray aido of Tlony Crook and have placed sentries in charge. Fifteen Austrinns have boon em ployed there making concrete cups for telegraphic inaulatoro. Tho industry is a now one in this State and a local company promoter haa taken pains t oetablich it. Iowovor, the )Defenollc authoritioa have found that of tiftocen Wien em ployed there, ,emly one can speak Engliel', The others admitted that they wore Auetriaue,
POLICEMEN ON BIKES. DASH INTO BAYVIEW HOTEL. LICENSEE FINED £10. MEN ON PREMISES FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 October 1914
POI.IGEMEN ON BIKES. --0- DASH INTO I3AYVIEW HOTEL. LIOENISEE 1FINED £10, MEN ON PREMIfEI( FINED. WoiEosr V. Magor, licensee of the Ilayviow hotel, Nelson place, on Thurs. day afternoon before Mr g-oldsmith, P.M., the Mayor and Mr Stone, J,P,, was charged with having his bar door open and with trafficking in liquor on Sunday, October 18th. Sub-inspector Kennealy prosecuted and Mr Brayahay appeared for the defendant. Senior-constable Isaac Newton Stevens deposed that on Sunday, 18th last, he visited the hotel at one in the afternoon. He and Constablo O'Oon nor arrived on bicycles. They were in plain clothes. They rode right into the right-of-way, The licensee was standing there in the middle of a crowd oft men. The door was open; they entered and saw air men in the bar drinking booeer. Some had pint glasses and otlheors pint pots, either full or almost empty. There was a woman behind the counter, They took the; names of the men in the bar, The bar door weas open. When his attention w...
TOWN COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 October 1914
TOWN COUNCIL. Tu:sDy, Ocronu:u 20th. PRESEN'I'T: Or Heriot (Xlayor), Neal Hlampshire, Rodger, HIurst, Liston, l)Donie, Treganowan, Gravoll, Byrne Hick and MeNuilago. LEarras RECIIIVRD. Mr J, Lemmon, M.L,A., wrote pro. mising to bring the condition of the Douglas parade approaches to the power station under the notice of the Railway Commissioners. Permission to open footpath was given to Harbor Trust. Tih , chairman of the Harbor Trust enquired what was being done with regard to the practice of bathing from the piers, Cr Neal moved that the Con.2i1 op. poseRO bathing on the foreshoro. Cr MoNeilage did not object to bathing near the Bottle Works, Cr Donnis did not think bathinh, was objectionablo away from piers, s long as they were suitably attired. He moved that a reply be sent to that effect.-Agreed to, Mr o. Rodgers complained that a ceso pan had beeoon removed from his premises. The Town Clork said he had re plied to the letter. The Railway Department declined to provide sanitary...
DISORDERLY CUSTOMERS. AT CALEDONIAN HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 October 1914
DISORDEROLY CUSTOMERlS, AT OALEDON1AN IIOTEL, Thaise young men named Donald MlcInnes, Joseph Hansford and Roy Saltau appeared before Meossrs Gold smith, P.M., Heriot, Mayor, and Stone, Js.P., on Thursday afternoon charged with refusing to leave the Caledonian Hotel when reqluested to do so by the licensee on August 31st. Sub-inspector Konnealy proosecuted. Mrs Sara Davis, licensee of the Caledonian hotel, said because defend ants wore under the influence of liquor she had refused to serve thenm, She got them into the passage and they kicked the parlor door and re. fused to leave, She then rang up the police, but she refused to give them in charge when they promised to leave, Ten minutes afterwards they returned and struck a man named Daniel Sullivan, Another took up a chair and smashod the curtain,with it, They then wont out and throw stones at the house, Lilian Murphy, barmaid at the hotel, gave evidence that dofondants used most insulting language to .Mrs Davis, who rang up tho po...
WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 October 1914
WILLIAIMSTOWN TIIHATREI Tue Laacasterc Opera Co, was greatly ap. prcciated for their fine singing act prcsented at thie Theatre during the week, For to night's entertainment new artists will appear which will lanclude a well-known local per formcer, William Phillips, who has just returned from South Africa, where he played with J, C, Williamoson's Comedy Co, Other artists include Jessie and Dolly Millar, who will preseot a novel musical speciality. The pictures tonight will be The Live Wire, The BLatlhing Beauty (Keystone). Story of Old Tuscany, With the Belgian Army and rtady other subjects. On Monday night the great star dranma The Wages of Crime will lbe shown and it is said to be the most ab sorbing and sensational film yet piresented, A series of war subjects will also be shown, including Lord Robers reviewing I(itchener's Army, For King and Country, and many others, --Mts Pouey PhllipJ, aootohary of tle Parlotio fund, ht r©oaoivot a oongig. wont of 100 dozou i?abblt eklnu, mal...
WORK AT CENTRAL STATE SCHOOL. RELIEF OF BELGIAN CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 October 1914
WORK AT CENTRAL STATE SCHOOL, RELII3I' OF BI?rGIAN CHILDREN. ON Thursday afternoon, withl the con sent of tile head teacher, Mr C. M. Bradley, the work done by the pupils of the Central State School for the re lief of the children and others in Bel gium rendered homeless and destitute as a result of the German invasion, was thrown open for public inspection. The vestibule of the infants' school was used for the purpose. The material used was the product of the Alfred Woollen Mills and was grey woollen flannel, full length pieces of- which had been donated by Mr, J. G. Aikman, M.I,,C,, Mrs (Captain) Panlmer, the school committee and the parents of the children made liberal donations of the haberdashery required for transferring rolls of cloth into .wearing apparel. The material was valued at between £6o and £7o, Quilts, rugs, knickerbocker suits and various articles of clothing coniprisod the collection, There were 25 flannels, ten maids' dresses, seven girls' dresses, t2 tunics, six...
FINED FOR STEALING LAMB. A STEVEDORE'S LABORER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 October 1914
FINED FOIR STEALING LAiMB, A SiVDII0RE0'f LAIBOREiR. W/IdlTI a Powell, Stovedore's laborer, appeared on TPhursday at tho Court of Potty Sosseions, on bail, to answer a chargo of stealing a carcaso of frozen lamb, valued at 15/-, the property of tile IIrbor Trust Commistioners, Sub-intpector Knounealy prosecuted and Mr Jatmo Hall appeared for the accused. Thomas ] ugene Robinson, assistant Harbor master, residing at Nelson place, gave evidence that the ateamer IKuuara was loading frozen meat at the Railway pier, which was under the jurisdliction of the Trust, Arthur HIolnmes, tally clerk, residing at Bayswator road Krensington, saw accused croesing into the railway yard, Cecil strot, on October 20th. Heo was carrying a carcatn of lamb on his ,Ihouldor. After uceeing the brand of Mullaly and Byrtlo on it, witnesa took posseesioa of it. Accused aaid ho had it given to him. Lanmton Oswald Bimpson, residing at LHawthorn, gave evldonce that the carcaso \wva worth 1h/-. it belonged to theo...
YANKEE STRUTS. DISPUTED FENCING CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 October 1914
YANKEEI STRUTS. DISPUTIED IENOING OLAIM. ,tEssnts Bolton and Lonsdalo, the pro. siding justices at the Court of Petty Sessions yesterday, heard diverse views as to the value of Yankee struts. A. Palmer, a fencing contractor, had a high opion of their efficacy, and Martin Henry Porter, from whom he claimed £5/7/8, thought very little of them. At the finish, the merits of Yankeoe struts were recognised and the case \was settled on the under. standing that the number of these contrivances would be increased. Mr Porter has a house in course of erection in Victoria street, near its junction with Laverton-ast The builder, John Henry Wbitwam, for whom Palmer, who resides at Newport, had been doing fencing jobs for ten years, entrusted him with the fencing which was to be done for 4d. per foot and the picket fence in the front for 1/ per foot, for labor only. After the job had been finished, the owner noticed that tihe fence had declined from the perpendicular, and though this was rc tifed ...
NO RAT PROOF WRAPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 October 1914
NO RAT PROOF WIAPPIER, J. Am?DIIW3ON, ienitor of the steamor Messlna, wan proceeded against on Thursday at the Court of Petty 2esaionu for a bcreach of regulation 54, sub-oection 2, of the quarantine re gulationm in having no wrappers fore or aft on the veuevl, lwhich trades With Oceani leland, Mr Blackburn prosecuted. Evidence ca givenll by William Keolall, lUarmtntin ofllicer, A lino of 101- with £3/3/. coBte wae ilnlpoed, T...he UurMninen any oate 6,000 tune ofl hOat ovary welk, 20,000 tuna of breai and 40,000 tone of jotatoou,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 October 1914
SUl NLND' YOU SHOULID NOT DELAY in giving your attontion to this matter early. BLIND CANVAS is going to beo Scarce, IT IS i Weo have on hand a good Assortmont in Whito and Colored Stripos and adviso you to CONSULT US and GET ESTIMATES for your Wiudows and Verandahs, Cane -Mhi Wo have a tofew aizos in WIDE, NARROW and GREEN CANE, but owing to war distutbanoes in Pacifolo we have not yet recoived advicos of this reason's shipments arriv. ing, so you shou'd call and make early selection, In Juvenile Clothilng this is going to be the soarcest thing in the tradeo, Call and soe our newesat in Galatoea Blouses, Tunics, Dandle Suits, Norfolk and Short Suits-all at last season's prices. (ti a KFJAC GO,, MIFF p ýW==C S sr T It K O II7 FER Uo 8T. Drapors, I?ercers, &c, 283 NELSON PLACE, WILLIAMSTOWN, Sell it for LESS because they soll for OCASH, Latest Styles for Summer and Holiday wear. A Free Gift Ticket Given away with every 6d, worth. W. KEAYS & C0., 288 Nelson Place. Long ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 October 1914
A. COLLINGRHiD E, A tiooxneer 'Phonoe _ RENT COLLECTING -C enrtrai ~ or l~leS I antra/ our Business, Auctioneeva Rb eal `-Ctata A ents~k An~id gaeklebaa 1 Lgosi 9 229 an 23 Collins Stre"et" ad at ." Newport. ;;`" -I i - i lr·Plr- fýi? - - X11: Th : =i'ni l.'ail u)i AI~trs.,~. Nhoh Bay1ing or Sllln u---Snl U8 " WV'I-r DO TUII 1U1L." SAMUEL SPRY'S R. J- Wl T )M `%isi)V j1v, Nelson Place, Willha-atown. (Near Yacht Club Hotel.) Sooos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at 5/" in the I less than any shop in Melbourne, We stake our reputation with every pair. Think what a saving this means to you. Don't go Elsewhere. Come and Inspect Out Windows. Small profits and quick returns moan a saving to Purohaoers. . -.. -----..^.ý+ ý1'+.:..- ýri u-sax-ýa-scntiý.'+a'6wsi~ccisw Rusý+"o ~d Drapter nd ©?'huer Small Deposit and I/ Weekly Office: 108 Barklyst,, Footsoray ': A Card will bring our Representative If you wish to have entire satisfaction in your MEAT SUPPLY, pl...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 October 1914
Mr Joseph Pearson. an old resident of the town, died on Sunday last at his residence, Hanmor street, after a short illness, the cause of death being pneu monla. The funeral was conducted on the following day by Mr Lonadalo. It was the seventieth anniversary of Mr Pearson's birth at Cambridge, England. Mr Pearson was twelve years old when he arrived hero in 1858 with his father, who died at his house some years ago. The surviving members of the family are Mrs Maokroll, Mrs Clark. Mrs Hammond and Mr W; Pearson, J P. Mr Pearson was a contractor and took no part in public affairs. The Rov, F. Lynch oiol ated at the grave and Mesona M. J. Ward, J.P., Counolllor Gravell, II. J. Harvey, J. Lord, A, G. T, Cameron and A, W. Hick acted as pall-bearera, Tho Town Surveyor reported to the Publio worka committoo on Tuesday evening that the Port Melbourne nur voyor had approved of his suggestion to plaoo a coat of tar macadam over the pitched portion of the Short road. Ho could not recommend the a...