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HOW THE A's DOWNED THE B's. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 November 1914
IOUW TiliG A's DOWNEI) THll ' I's. Stevenson le the good old B's. Bob Fowler, he was on his knees. Dick IImpel tired, and scratched all day While Ferguson showed how to play,. Whetn Bremncer drove he cleared the track ; While Mlusther was just on the Jack. Turner's good bowls were all the same. Blackstock was 8 up on the game, Oft Wally Smith was on the Jack ; While Holmies played always at the back, The Late James IHall was often there; 13ut Ryan, nothing had to spare. And Ward, who played his straightest wood, Got Vallins' howl when o'er hI could, Dave (ravell drew some shots about 1'hat made Jim lireeze 19 points out. Atkinson played, his Iowls were short, And Todd bowled well--just as lhe ought, Compton played good bowls all the day the those of Crockford as they may, Alf Fowler's bowls were at thel back, Leaving IIarvey a nice clean track, " Then Bradley, who was fine to see, Mlade llick a winner. just by 3, Will Gravell played in hiistest style, With l3rcdt, just narrow all ti...
WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 November 1914
WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT, To the Editor of tho "Advertiser." Sla,-On looking over your issue of last Saturday I note that complaints had been made about the distribution of the insurance of theW\Vorkers' Compensation and that Councillor Byrne had stated that our letter was a piece of cheek, It is only fair to our firm that the public should understand the utterances of our Councillors, We there fore ask you to favor us by printing our letter, whict! we consider was only a fair business proposal, It is certainly true that we did not go cap in hand to the Council, a line we never adopt in our business, If Councillor Byrne judges all correspondence from a-biased standpoint like this one, the sooner he makes room for men capable of carrying on the town's business, the better. The letter is as follows : To the Mayor and Councillors of Williamstown. Strs,-In the local papers of Saturday, S24th111 ist., I notice that the Council has de cided to give the agency for the Workers' Compensatio...
SUNDAY SWIMMING MATCHES. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 November 1914
SUNDAY SWIMMING MATCHES, To the Editor of the "Advertiser." Si, -A protest was emphatically ex pressed at a recent meeting of the Men's Own against tile Swimming Club introduc ing swimming matches on Sundays. This protest lhas been given publicity, and its sentiments have been endorsed in the pub. lished letter from the pen of Mr C, F, Gecr, Of course, no objection is taken to the clean. ly and healthful custom of bathing in the " briny ; " but the Men's Own is desirous of sareguarding the Day of Rest from the ob. trusion of swimming matches -an innovation that would probably prove the precursor of other competitions. On the same principle that swimming matches would be permitted, regattas, footraces, horseraces, cricket, foot. ball, and bowling matches, the opening of theatres and secular concerts, etc., could claim recognition and sanction, But is our community prepared to allow such a dese cration of the Lord's Day ? I sincerely hope not, In the event of the Council taking no act...
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. THE NEW 'VALUATION. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 November 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. Wo do not noaassarily:Idontify ourselves with the opinions oxpressed by our oorrespondonts. THE NEW'VALUATION. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." Stl,-At the last meeting of thile Towi Council I was ruled out of order when about to propose a motion having for its object the suspension of thie valuation now being made, Therefore, I have to ask you to publish a few facts in connection therewith in order that the ratepayers may know what is taking place, thus giving them an opportunity to take the necessary steps to protect them selves, At a meeting I held at the Empress Pavilion before my election to the Council on October Ist, I made a statement that it was evidently the intention to raise the valuationl of the town by £32,ooo, which would on a -2/C rate bring the gross revenue up to £20o,oo00, to enable the town to be de clared a city, and the following facts show ing increases in valuation will substantiate that statement to a very great extent, Taking 35 valuations...
NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 November 1914
QNTES OF tlHE WEEK. -Three now variety nats at the Theatre to-night. --Oonstablo William David Black has been on leave during the weok through sickness, -Stesmer Williamstown Moonlight trip, one shilling return, next Tuaraday evening, -Cornelius Lohano on Tuesday ob tained an order for 21/2/. against James Heffoy, with 5/- costs, -Motor launch 'Pansy" will loave Stevedore street pier on Sunday aftor noon, at 2,30, for Hawthorn, Tiaro 1/6 retutr.--ADvT.]. --Poulty broedora are remiuded that Trovor Jones and Co. is soiling Fuit able property near station, works and boaeh, to-day at 8 o'clock. -A portrait of Mr E. F. Lied, preos dent of the Williamst'own Swimming Club and the Victorian Life Riving Sooil ty, appears in this week's '* Winner." -Mary Ann Jacobson, oordidl manu farctrer, Footsoray, on 'roosday obtained an order for £30/16/L1, with f2/7/1- coats, against Edith May MeK-chnie, licenseoo of the Royal hotel, -Mr Lommon, M.L.A., has boon re. elected unopposed for Williamstuwn. H...
WEDDING. Mr John A. Mackenzie to Miss May Morgan. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 November 1914
WEDDING, Mr John A, Mackenzie to Mies May Morgan, hr c tliA Tong:ogational Church on Cap night wait the acene of one of the prettieat and the moat popular weddings that haa over taken place in the distri?t when Misa May Morgan, daughter of Mr and Mra W. J. Elinum, of 16s Steve dore atroon, North Williamntown, was married to Mr John A. Mackenzie, Post Masator, of 207 Bartly atreot, St Kilda. The ceremony wat performed by tho Rov W. '. l ughoil Jones, and took the foterm of an innovation service, the mutio being rendered by Mr Lladman, organist and choir maater. The church was artistic ally deoorated with white May and roses by the young ladier: of the choir. The Bride wasm given away by her fathert and wai attended by lMias Lona E'lnl, (slater of bride) an bridetmaid. iMr Tom Eltium offilciated na Iboat mnan, The bride. who ntorad thile church on the arm of her fatheor, wan Ieautifuhlly gowned in Ivory crepo do chin elaborateoly trimmed with pearlt and shadow .ie, ; the train, which ...
ANNUAL JUNIOR C.E. RALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 November 1914
ANNUAL JUNIOR CI, RALLY. Tine annual Junior Chriatian Endeavour rally wa\ l hl1. at t ho B ptiat Church, Cecil street, on TIhured iy evening, There was a good attendnceo and amonant the aocietiea rep eat ntoel was the fpotewood Methodiet Juniors. The chair was taken by the Rev E, Isaac, this year's president, The programme reodored by the juniors was a splendid one and every item was loudly applauded, The work put in by the loader, of thcse children deaerves special praise, Mian D).ria Craig started off with a capital recitation, Thin was followed by an action piece by the Ohurch of Chrint Junit re, The little girln were quite favoritei at the rally. Dutet were given by repreaentatives of the Newport Baptist and Spotawood Mothodint nocietien, and that rendered by Master and Mien Wemtlako was par ticularly effoctivo. The Weleh janiors came in for a good reception for their action piecees " Young Boliora" and I' Hunbeam. Ihloweretteo and Dowdrops." Thu patriotio element wan not forgot...
METHODIST FOREIGN MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 November 1914
MITIIOI)IST FOREIGN MISSIONS, TH.r: claims of Foreign Missions will he advoca!ed in all MIthodist Churches to-morrow. Special significance is attached to the services this year, in v ew of the fact that since the out, break of the war, many Methodist missions in New (Guinea, New Britain and Sonmoa have passed from German to British control. Rev. J, W. Burton, of New Z'.aland, is Ihe deputation. At Elcc!,ra street, the death of Lord Roberts will also be brought to mind by select anthems and the p!aying of the " Dead March in Saul," and the church will b.: suitably draped.
CHILDREN'S BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 November 1914
CIHILDREN'E IhZAAfR, A very suoessful bazaar, arranuged by the Missoes Ethel Aldridgo, Doesio Atkins, Myrtle and Roni? Marrison and Millio Pridoaux, was hold in tho Froogardonora' Hall last taturday in aid of the Bolglan fund, About 200 children attondod during the afternoon, and the otalls,whioh were tastefully arranged, wore com plotoly cleaned out before the closo of the bazaar, The various stalls were managed by Dossio Atkins (dips), Myrtle and Ronie Morrison (fancy), Millie Pridoaux (ioe oream), Ethol Aldridge (swoots). The procoods (910) wore handod over to the Mayor,
CLOTHING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 November 1914
CLOTHING FUND, Collooted, Mrs Tubb , ... 0 11 0 Mrs Linklhator .., ... 14 0 Mrs Iindiay 0 14 0 Mrs Paxton 0 14 6 Two wcokes Mrs Baterflold ,, ... 1 1 6 Mro Londalo ,,, ... 0 18 6 Mrs Undorwood ,,, 1 8 0 Error in last week's list should havo road Mrs Tnbb £1/12/0 instead of £1/2/0.
BAR DOOR OPEN. HOTEL LICENSEE FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 November 1914
BAR DOOR OPEN, HOTEL LIOENlEE IINED. Joseilr L. Penny, licensee of the Napier hotel, Stevedore street, was charged before Mr Goldsmith, P.M., on Thursday afternoon with failing to have the bar door shut and locked. Inspector Kennealy prosecuted and Mr Brayshay appeared for the defence. Constable George Simpson was on Sunday trading duty with Constable Smith in plain clothes on Sunday, October 25:h at three in the aftcrnoon, They saw two men hanging about the front of the hotel, Looking through the bar porlor window, Stevedore street, Simpson saw the bottom portion of the bar door open. It was closed apparently by some ierson inside, Going round Dover street corner he told Constable Smith, who knocked The licensee's wife opened the door, The sliding part, or upper half, of the same door was raised about two inches, The lower part was alhut and locked. The licensee said the upper part had been open all day, and that the lower part, which was about 3 feet 6 inches from the frlor, had b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 November 1914
WE SPECIALISE IN TAILOR MADE CLOTHING . TO YOUR MEASURE, Fashions right up to the minute, J UVENILE CLOTHING in all styles, BOYS' SCOUT SUITS in-all materials made to measure. Workimen's Ovcralls, JumIers, Jackets, Trousers, Combination Boiler Suits. SHIRTS Our Own Make Flannels. We are making special efforts to secure your Furnishing Trade and are now showing our last shipments in CARPE.'S, LINOS, CURTAINS, etc., all fully io per cent belcw City prices. CANVAS VERANDAH BLINDS Call and get our quotations. Great variety in STRIPED CANVAS. C, T. KEIC 0 l u u TOr. W. KEAY S CO. Drapers, MVeorcers, &o. 233 NELSON PLACE, WILLIAIMSTOWN, o8011 ll lor LESS becauso they boll for CASH, Latest Styles for Summer and Holiday wear. A Free Gift Ticket Given away with every 6d. worth. W. KEAYS & CO., 233 Nelson Place. Long Values. S- - Short Prices, CAR LT0N ALE [(A OARD.] TllHOMAS LH S0I)AEi, UNDERTAKER & EMBALMIER. (Diploma tro]Pruofossor Rivolo) ThbcOldost, .ost E?onomioa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 November 1914
A. COLLINGRIDGE, Auctioneer 'Pho'no C , lRENT COLLECTING ot233. BI\ 1 Business, Auetloneer, Real Estate Agents And Generai Agenits, 229 anl. 23 Collins Street, and at Newport. seIA W ' IS ryPI'TJ .' --Theo 1lnltightmi of Ausirtr.ia. - /Whou Buaylug or SolIng--BEBB US *"WI'LL DO Thu RIIa'r," SAMU EL SPRY'S SHOE STORES. R, J. WATER AN, Proprietor. Nelson Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht Olub Hotel.) , .- V looos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at 5/- in the £ 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 Our Windows. :·,- S,.: 'Small profits and quick returns mean a saving to Purchasers. *-_____________--- - --- Newcastle C. -oal. Best HOUSEHOLD " w , ue Best ENGINE ... .. At Lowest urrent Rates Best BLAOKSMITH'S Delivered Williamstown, Newport and district Branch Office.... Coal Depot, ANN STREIET tIER, ,. NEWCASTLE COAL. Order Boxes at Trevor Jo...
THE WAR FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 November 1914
TIHE WAR FUIIJNLD. M?R Peroy Phillips reports that a oaos containing pyjamas,undorpanta, cardigan jack?et and cushions for the Rod Cross oolety has boeen forwardod to Federal Government house during the wook. The usual moeeting are hold on Wed noedays and there is still plouty of Bow Log material on hand for voluutoors,
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 November 1914
The Disponasry has resolved to invite competitive designa for a Newport in atituto eatimated to coat £750. It will provide dioponsing roooms, a drug atoro, coenulting room for lodge praotitioners resident in other parts of the town and a mooting room for lodges. Dobontures, bearlug interest at five per cent, will be Issued to cover the coat, and a levy will be made with the quarterly aaaoemeont to repay the loan, The busanosa done by the Newport branch of the Disponeary is about half that done at Forguaon street and has shown the necessity of a branch establishment, Lodges art debarred from investing their alck funds in such an enterprise and that is why a direct appeal to members is being mado, The chairman of the Public Works Committee, Councillor Troganowan, re ported on Tuesday evening that he had inapected Hobson atreot, about the metal ling of which there had been some oritiolim by Counoillor Hick and others at the last meeting of the Council, and, so far from agreeing with th...