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TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 December 1914
TO-DAY' MlATHOIS. Williamstown v, Brighton (lat oloven) at Williamatown, Team-Arnold. Brown, Carpontor, Milla (2), Gladatonae (2), Kil gour, Mitoholl, Liviugatono and Allibon. Second olovona at Brighton, Team - Gobbio, Outen (2), Forguson, Remington, Pilliog, Thomas, Horring, Millo, Hopper and Abbor ton. Club Eleven v. Ohurch of Ohriot on Pound Roaorvo, Team -- Alloo, Crowe, O'Donnell, Erioaon, Cohen, Nankcrvia, Philip, Box, Davia, Remington and Wiliama. O.YM,8, v. Middlo Park at Middlo Park. Thistle v, Melbourun Thiatle at raar of Melbourno Cricket Ground, Players to catch 1.50 train, Williamstown Baptista v. Port Molb. Baptists on formor's ground,
EOOTSCRAY AND WILLIAMSTOWN DISTRICT CHURCHES ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 December 1914
ITOOTSORAY AND WILLIAUMTowN DiiTRIlO~ ClUiOilluI A?sOoIATION, Lennox St, Methodist 122 v. Hydo St. Methodist A tuam 5 for 14, Footsoray Preabyterians 182 v, Now port Mothodiat 0 for 2 (Brandroth 2 for 31, Rogolson 2 for 48, Holton 1 for 1, Olose 1 for 15, Joekina 1 for 16, Powoll 1 for 62), North Preobys 80 and 1 for 22 (Drow Monezlc 11, Carson 11; balaam 5 for 11; Hindson 4 fior 32) v. Congrogationals 88 (G. Ogpou 46; G. Ogdon 4 for 10, Gregg 8 for 18, Conroy 2 for 22, F. Ogdon 1 for 1B), Yarravillo Baptists 105 v. Hydo St. Mothodist B toam 1 for 10, Nowport Bi~tlats 63 (Budden 19 ,o , Widdowa 15, Kirkpatrick 10; Widdowa 2 for 88, Williams 2 for 33, Kirkpatrilc 2 for 34) v. Bay View Rd. Methodists 6 for 185. John lSt. Methodist 75 and 1 for 14 (Bonnott 23 n.o., Gilo 18; Allon 5 foi 10, Gilesa for 22) v. Viotoria St. Mothoditta 43, Thistle 08 (Moir 22, Smith 10. Woods 13, Ohoecloy 13 ; Joonson 2 for 0, Woode 1 for 5, Bandolls 2 for 11) v. Melbourno Thistlo 2 for 11. Williamstown Bap...
CRICKET. WILLIAMSTOWN v. COBURG. FIRST ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 December 1914
CRICKET. WILLIAMSTOWN V. COBURa, FIRST ELUBVN. Williamstown 142 IN. MillI 42, Brown 22, A. Mills 18 ; A. Milla 2 for 17, Arnold 2 for 21, Carpontor 1 for 10, Alllbon 1 for 10) v. Brighton 6 for 01. IlSOOND ELUVuN. Willianstown 141 (Abborton 40, Ilor ring 23, G bblo 20, . Outon 11.; Pilling 1 for 2) v Drighton 1 for 103. CLUB EllEVEN. Olub Eleven 171( Hopper 78, Colion 23, Box 20, Ericson 13 ; O'Donnoll 2 for 12) v, Churoh of Christ 0 for 18,
THE BEACH STATION. PROPOSED ISLAND PLATFORM. £11,000 ON THE ESTIMATES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 December 1914
TH? BEACH STATION, PROPOSED ISLAND PLATFORM, £11,000 ON TEII ESTIMATES. IT transpires that the object of the £11,000 placed on the Railway esti mates this year is to provide for an island platform at the Beach station. Only a fow years ago an expensive signalling system was installed bo between the Beach station and piers and a special line of way was set apart for heavy goods traflic. But there was not room enough betwcon the station platforms to permit goods trains pas sing passenger trains. As the pulling down and reorection of the station would have proved a costly business, it was decided instead to run rails outside the station and reach the station by means of a footbridge. It is not yet announced whether up line or the down line will be dup. licated ; but it is considered probable that the line nearest Railway place will be chosen.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 December 1914
Large Stock of New Goods, less tlhan City prices. Quality Guaranteed, Phonie 183 Williamstown. AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER~B 10th, At 4 O'Olook, On the Promisa?. COMFORTABLE VILLA RESIDENCE, 75 VERDON STRErT, WILLIAMSTOWN In tho ESTATE of JOIN ADDY,'lecoaned J R, BUXTON and Oo.,i n oujunotlon o with TREVOR JONES and Co., 60 iForguson atr?ot, Williamatown, are Instructed by tho PERPETUAL EX EOUTORS AND TRUSTEES ASSOCIA TION LIMIIED to Sell at Publio Auction, on tho promlssoa, a abovo, a comfortablo and well builb detached, doublo-frontod, W,B. Villa, cooutainig aix rooma, pau aago, vestibule, kitchn, otororoom bath reom with onamolled bath, wood and coal house, ltablo and coach houso, food. room, washhouso, &o,; front and back vorandahb, tiled foootpath ; nioo gardonu both back and front. Title Certificato, Solloitors, Planto and IIonty, National Mutual Buildingo, Collinuu troot. WEDNESDAY, DEOEMBEI 23rd, At 2 o'clock on tho promnisas, 100 JOHN STRIEIT. To personu about to m...
GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL. PRESENTATION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 December 1914
GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL. PRE?EINrATION OF1 PRIZSS, REv, Frank Lynch presided at the annual presentation of prizou of Miss Cathcart's Girls' High School hold at the Temperance Hall on Wednesday evening, Ho praised the schools physical instructor, whom he had known in another suburb, and con fessed that, with regard to studios generally, the clergymen wore not al ways free from blame, because many of them gave up study whou they left the University. He could not re proach himsolf with neglect in that respect, for he kept up study regularly, with book and pen in hand. Hio had some experience as a teacher privately and in the Education Do. partment and he considered physical culture equal to any one subject that could bo taken up. A Pianofortolmusio was played by Misa Dorio Doig and Miss Carter, The junior girls sang "The Little Helpors " and dressed in the character of dolis they sang and acted " Dolls for sale" so realistically that they wore encored. Miss Erica Causer and Miss Edie Price w...
NORTH STATE SCHOOL. PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 December 1914
NORTH STATE SCHOOL, PATRIOTIC FUND. THE fourth monthly statement furnish. ed by Mr Ohessell shows that the con tributions for the Patriotic Fund in creased by £,10/3/1 for the month of November and the total forwarded to date is £34/10/3. In addition, parents in the district have vied with each other in assisting the lady teachers to supply comforts for the suffering Belgians anid the troops at the Front, and quite 2000 articles of clothing have been forward ed to the various depots for shipment. ANNUAL EXAMINATION. In spite of the difficulties incident to over-crowding, the Infant, l)partment, under Miss Lindsay and staff, passed a highly creditable examination. No such disabilities can arise in future, as the palatial infant school is nqwv finish ed and will be opened early next year. Generous residents may find a suit able resting place for framed and glazed pictures on the walls of the new building, and such will b3 greatly appreciated by the bright and happy young children in a...
YOUNG COUPLE SEPARATED. ORDER FOR MAINTENANCE MADE. FOR WIFE AND CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 December 1914
IOUIrG 0GU|LE SEPARATED. I OIDER FOR MAINi'NANCO MADE, F1OR WIlFil AND 0IILD, YVis'srEi)AY at the Court of Petty Ses. sions, before Messrs Bolton and Lons dale, Eva Knowles proceeded against ier husband,Thomas Edward Knowles, for the maintenance of herself and child. Mr E, H. Hick appeared for the plaintiff and Mr James Hall for the defendant. Eva Knowlos deposed that she was married to Thomas Edward Knowles on November, 1911, and resided till November of this year at Brunswick. She had since been living at his mother's house, John street. She stayed there till Cup day and then took a houso next door. On November 30ih her husband put £5 on the table. She counted up £1. that had to be paid on his account and said she would only have 10/- left for household ex penses. lie then picked up the money and went out and came back about midnight. She said it was well to be him spending the money that was wanted for the house. He then called her an offensive name and she struck him and he hit ...
WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 December 1914
WILI4,IAMI l OWN T1'JIiATR~, 'l'it: Thoalro attractions during the week havo boon lnuorounl and acceptable. liailoy'o Poaing D),gt wore well liked, also the piituro of Dilcono' novel, David (onpporflold. The Melbourne Comlo Opoera o. had the Thoatro oni Wedneuday night, bilt the play pIroaontod was poor and the singing and acting medioore. To-nigh?t tLo now artiota -will appear, which includoet Violihi, uth wizard of the violin, who will play from grand opera to ragiro., Jack R11ldon will cng doeorip. tivo tiongu ani parodica. Tho plturoea includo th. Igro??t famoulu play produo tion, Thi Port of Mliuming MIon, being ono of the mmout ongrotiuing photoplays over. prodmitcodl, Ot lor illrlminoludo Koytuouo oulcediolantli oth>r mubjmota, On Monday night. Tho Prido of Jmnuico will beo the star tihm, andt ntumoro?mi other nubjeota, On Xa.ou night l4 ?nituablo programmi will bo lciouond.
THE FOREMAN RESIGNS. "TOO MUCH BARRACKING," [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 December 1914
THE FOREMAIN REIG1a 8. "TOO MUCO BARRACKINI," int, . Marshall, foreman of works, endored his resignation as foreman of vorks to the Public Works Committoo m Tuesday evening, Cr Hurt-HIIo does not ay why io has resigned. I suppose he got ;oo much barracking. Cr Neal-Anyhow he knows how to lo his work. Cr Liston-He is a first class man. The Surveyor recommended that he be employed as a pitcher setter and that applications for a foreman be invited at 12/6 a day. The recommendations was agreeood to,
PATRIOTIC FUND. Proceeds from Euchro Party £10 16 6 CLOTHING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 December 1914
PATRIOTI0 FUND. Proceeds from Euchro Party £10 16 6 CLOTHING FUND. Colleoted. Throo wook- Mr Tubb . .. 02 6 0 Mrs Underwood ... . 1 t 0 Two wooks Mrs Linklator ... 1 8 0 Mrs Lonsdalo .. ... 0 10 5 Miss Paxton ... . 1 11 0 Mrs Findlay ... ... 1 10 0 Ono wook Mrs Bailoy ... 0 11 0 Mrs Bu.torflold . ... 0 0 Blankeot, Mias Willie; Pillowslips, 4j dcz Ladies of Moth .di?t Church, oollootod by Moedames Saker Lonsdale, Fry, Hanson, R, Hanson. Miss Byors and a Friond; Soarf?, Elsio White, Annie Costor, Don Taylor; Wasbors, Minnie Grifllfhs, Alloo Shackleton, Jano Walkor. Elaio Sinclair, Lily Binolair and Doreen MoFarlane.
YOUTH CHARGED WITH THEFT LARCENY OF LEAD. MARINE DEALER FINED FOR NOT ENTERING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 December 1914
YOUTH CHARGED WITH THEFT I-~---~ LAROENY OF LEAD. MARINE DEALER FINED FOR NO1 ENTERING GALE. EuwAnI Fletcher, aged 18, on Tuos day appeared before Mossra Orr and Bunnett, Js.P., charged with felon iously stealing a quantity of lead, valued under 40/-, the property of Henry Rowdon. Sergeant Curtin, who proaecuted, said Mr Rowdon is the leaseo of the Sealord estate, Altona. The property was removed from the roof of a dwel ling on the estate and defendant ad mitted removing it and selling it to Mrs Fidani, Ann street. Henry Rowdon, dairyman, 51 Vordon street, gave evidence that the lad before the Court had boon in his employ. The lead was missed in October and Flotcher,when quaetioned, admitted that he had taken io and had disposed of it in company with a lad named Gray, At the time of the interview, Fletcher was working at Grievo's dairy farm, Goelong road. Constable John F. Smith stated that Flother stated the cook at Boaford Esa tate assisted him to take the lead and was given a pac...
THE WAR FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 December 1914
THE WAR FUND. A nox containing 367 articles has been packed this week for the Red Cross Society, consisting of towels, pillow slips and flannol garments for hospital use, and another box is nearly full, so interest is still being steadily maintained in this splendid work. Wednesday was a busy day. All workers are now making rabbit skin jackets for the tioops, to be presented on Monday evening next at the send off, where it is hoped there will be a good attendance, as we men and women must not forget these brave fellows are ready to give their livss for us and we must do honor to them, Tickets for this are to be obtained from the Mayor, the Town Clerk and various members of Com mittee and the price Is 2/- each,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 December 1914
NOVELTIES in All Departments, Cheaper than City Prices. ---- New Shipments Arriving;Daily.- - Ho iday Attir. See our Display Silk Blouses, Newest and Latest Styles. So per cent, below value. Worth Paying a Visit alone for, Every Department is in full swing with the Very Newest and Brightest. GENTLEllEN,-Call and see our Range of Hats, Tios and Shirts. Creme Serge Trousers, Blazors, etc. AVOID XNTAS RUSII AND SHOP EARLY. C, o. i KE o, & lo 7 iEruaslN s T. W E; KYAYS CO Drapers, ercPeors, &c, 238 NELSON PLACE, WILLIAMISTOWN, Soll itl for LESS booauseo they sell for OASH. Latest Styles for Summer and Holiday wear. Also an up-to-date stock of Xmas Gif`s, Cards and Tfys. A Free Gift Ticket Given away with every 6d, worth. W. KEAYS & CO., 233 Nelson Place. Long Values, ---- hort Prices, S R [ I A T HOMlAS TL@N®01 A L. E, UNDERTAKER & EMBALIER. (Dlplomaltrom Professor Rivora) The Oldost, Most Eoamomoal, and Com. EfrAl sIsunn 1856, ploto Firm in tho Distriot....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 December 1914
A. COLLING.iIDGE, Aucti oaeer Phone RENT COLLECTING 62. our Business. Auotioneer, Real Estate Agents And Genersa Agents, [ .,. . 2..23 - ". ,23 ".l+i" - I dl bj ii i ;?e , q iu-)ii ,SEEL NEYJVPlORTI - Tho Birmingham of Auntralin, When Buying or Selling--B El U "i Wa'r., no TuI untT," SAMU EL SP RY'S SHOE STORES, R. J. WATER~ PropMrietor Nelson Place, Williamstown. - - (Near Yacht Olub Hotel.) looos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at 5/- in the L 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. Small proflts and quick returns mean a saving to Purchasers. Coal! oal Newcastle Coa1. Best HOUSEHOLD . Best ENGINE .B .... At Lowest Current Rates Best BLAOKSMIT'US3 -Delivered Williamnstown, Newport and district Branch Office.... Coal Depot, ANN STREET IHER. NE W (,AT TiE COAL. Order Boxes at Trevor Jones & Co'ts., Office, I)ouglau Parad...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 December 1914
Mr Justice Ilood, in tho ilrat Civil Court on Taesday afternoon, gave judg mout in a claim for £2000 damages by Prederick Allon Qainton against Oharlos Edward GriflUhs, Robert John Ogdon and rtcderick John ogdon for unlawfully and forcibly entering tho plaintiff's land, breaking the gates and the locks and cutting the wires thercon; nailing up the engine house door, dismantling the gas engine, pulling down and damaging a soreon; removing from tho land a dynamo, portion of a ga oungine and a number of seats, and unlawfully depriv ing the plaintiff of the said goods and Illegally detaining the same, thereby damaging the business of the plaintiff to the amount olaimed, Mr H. E, Stark represented the plaintiff; Mr Owen Dixon, instructed by Messrs Croker and Oroker, , E, 0:itllth and F, J, Ogdon, and Mr H. Shllton, instructed by Mr, James Hall, R. J. Ogdon, Tho hearing lasted two days, The case, shortly stated, was whether good seiozed for debt had boon legally soeized. Mr Justice Hood d...
WAR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 December 1914
WAR NOTES. MR Alex Cameron, of thl Melbourne Shipping Coy,, with his wife, returned on Monday from a 7 months trip to Great Britain, by the S S. Morea. Iie was impressed with the earnestness of Great Britain to see the war through until they had crushed German militancy, Everywhere -one went soldiers were training. This he con sidered was the weak spot in the whole business, that a million or more soldiers were still being trained instead of being ready. He had seen the Highlanders entrained at the start of the war who afterwards fought so bravely at Mons. They were as fine a body of men as you could see and fought to the death against overwhelming numbers. It was a sad eight to see the return of con tinuous train loads of wounded who were sent into the hospitals all over Britain. With his wife he travelled with a Belgian lady and her two young children, who were 5 days in a cellar in Louvain when it was over-run by the hordes of German soldiers. She had lost her husband and two bro...
NEWPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 December 1914
NEWPORT. STHE newly formed Christ Church New. port Athletic Club held a demonstra tion last Thursday evening at the Parish Hall. The function was a most suo cessful one and was well patronised, There was a very interesting program me csnsisting of free exercises, run ning evolutions, humorous gymnastic work, dumbbells, balancing exercises and pyramids. The Erskine ladies' and men's clubs, Carlton, paid a visit and delighted everyone with their graceful movements of physical culture. A competition of the various clubs was held at Cheltenham last Saturday afternoon at which the Newport club gained first and second prizes in the free exercises, the honors falling to Mr E. Gillman and Master J Green wood-a very creditable performance, -We regret to report the demise of Mr Richard Carter, late of Empress Avenue, W, Footsciay, formerly of North Road, Newport, who had been in indifferent health the last twelve months past. He was born in Corn wall, England, arrived at Bendigo at the age of...