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FORTY-FIVE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 31 January 1914

FORTY.FIVE CLUB. THE weekly meeoting took Place on Tueday evening last when a trophy dtonated by tho Mayor (Cr. J. J. Liaton) was competed for. The winner turned up in Mr E Dillon, who eucceelded in vanquishing Mesaro FIzgerald and Rudd in the fly-off, after an intereasting tusalo, The second prize was won by Mr G. Prince. On Tuesday evening next Mr McNamara one of the founders of the club, has invited the members to an evening prior to his departure for a trip round the world, and all the members are roequesteod to be present. Mr Mc Namara has also presented the trophies to be competed for. Mra lieuo was in toata; one of her little once had boon esorifleed to make a re. piast for a vislting clergyman. "C(hoor up, madam, " said the rooster comfor. tingly, ' You should rejoice that your son is entering the minisatry. ie was Coorl qualifead for a lay memaber any.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 31 January 1914

V E In all Departments. Right throughout our Stores we are throwing out Qonuino Bargains. Pay us a visit-you will not lose by it. C. T. KE Ci-C I7 FERGUSON ST. WN A Y 8C O0 .1 -.-1 i DRAPERS MERRCERSK &Gs 233 ELSON PLACES W ILLIAMSTOWN, OUR CASH PRICES Engineers' BShirts, navy and black, mercerised with o, & p., 2/6i White Tennis Shirts, with o, & p , 1/11, 2/11 and 3/11 Men's Braces, Od~, 1/., 1/6, 1/9, 1/11, 3/6 Men's Sox, 4,d., 6}d., 6d, Od, 1/-, 1/6 and 1/11 Men's Underwear, Singlots and Pants, 1/., 1/3i , 1/6i , 1/11, 2/11, 4/6i , 5/i Fashion Shirts, 2,11, 3/11, 4/11, 5/11, Silk Shirts, 6/6 Overalls, 2/6, 8/6, 3/11, Working Shirts, 1/11, 2/6, 3/6 Ladies' Black Hose, plain, ribbed, lace and embroidery, 6d to 1/11; Cashmere, 1/- to 2/3, Linen Collars, 6d, Long Lisleo Gloves, in blaok, white and beaver, cod to 2/6 Children's Hose, Black Bex, 3d; Three-quarter Hose, 6d, 7j, 1/. Black, Tan and Cream Cashmere Three-quarter Hoio, 1/ White and OCream Lace Sox, 6...

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CORRESPONDENCE We do not necessarily Identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. LOCAL HAIRDRESSERS AND THEIR PRICES. (To the Editor of the "Advertiser.") [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914

CORRESPONDENCE WQ do not nocoiiuarily idonlify oursclvc. w'itih tIh opinio;s nipicss~d by Our corioupondolliS. LOCAL HAIRDREISSIERS AND TIIE1R PRICES. (To the Editor of the "Advertiser.") S1,-At a recent meooting of the Wil liamatown, Nowport and Spotewood hairdreseors' anoociation it wasu ostated out of s6' wEore utitding 'ut i4piinutii tho nasociation and union conditions. It might well bo nsked why? Is it becauso they are inferior tradesmon and afraid to loso their custom, or is it that they wish to drag down the wagnes of the eniployceso? It appcars to mo mo st likely the latter, as they employ, as a rule, only appren tices, or casual hands at busy timelo, Had those slholps to pay the wage of 2,/6/, - a woeek they would be com polled to raise their prices, an in the number of hours a man would be shaving and haircutting in the majority of shopls he could not at the old rato of charges earn the wage, Ilet alone make anything for the employer, Now, Sir, it shoul bhe no ditlicult m...

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FALL DOWN A HOLD. FRACTURE OF SPINE [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914

FALL DOWN A H OLD, FRIAOTUREI OF BPINEI Mlu Allan Morrison, aged 45, who rie aided at the corner of Nelson place and lierguson utroot, was brought to hosIltal in a aorious condition on L'hursday evening as a result of an accidelont which occurred just as the men woro knocking off, He wns working on board the sailing ship Procyu, at tbhe Railway pier, and fell down the hold, a distance of 30 foot as he was coming iup the hatchway, He- was convoyed without delay to the Hospital and received attention at the hands of Dr, I. Boxr, who found that he had lost tihe use of his lower Mr Morrison was admitted to tho institution. Dr. Box has formed the opinion that Morrison's upino is fractured, ITo is in a low condition,

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YACHTING. WILLIAMSTOWN PUNT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914

YAChLTIN6G. WILIJIAMSTOWN PUN' OLUJ. On Saturday lat the abovo named club hold a raeoo for trophio proaontod by Moseru a, . IMorwiock and 8. Blair. The day was nlot at all unuitablo for the uailing of thouo ounall oraft, bult five out of the ui ontorod for tho raco faced the startore gu, Mir Ivru noted as dftrter and judgo. After a rather oventfull raoo Chance (lmin) won with Rival (?ortlch) nocod, Tolday's raoo will bhe for treophis given by the olub, startling ron Stovcdoro lPier at 3.ml)U. EutrieC and Ilandicap--llival land Cathon ucratoh; Chauoo, Imbi, 4soo, Swift' Omin; Native Lan, ? min, lsoo.; 'Twinklor, 8liun, 20?eo,; lip, Omih, 10oo.

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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914

SWIMMiIN(/. TIho lr?t ovont--5ti ydu-of tho Ioyu hlandioap was contootlod on Sunday morning and rooultod in a will for A. SLtobbing (Luooa), with A, Gautortadt (uoou) aocoud and IU, Causer (aor,) third, Time 49 seua, Tho scaond compotitriou-55 ydo broaut atrokon-will bo lhold to-mnorrow morning at 10,30 puuctually. Tho flrtit ovout for tho Prasidount' trophy (55ydu) brought 12 atartors to the board, nooosaitating two hoatu, Tho roonults woro:--liat hoat-A, J. Niool 7uoo0, 1; J, Jamiesou, 5 sooa, 2; II, Oauuor, 8 uoo, 3, Time 88 2-i soon, Soond hoat-T, IItohluuon, 13oos, 1i; A, Btobbing, Daoos, 2; J. Drow, Oaocs, B. Caueor 11 0C?c, doad hoat 3, Timo 3 800 o. Final-T, HutohinUson II,1. Oauoor 2, J. Nicol 3. Timo 42 3-5 saos. Tho aooond compatltou for tha Proal dount' trophy (lt0yda froo atylo) will bo holcd to-morrow at 11, Tho compotitiotn for those cvouta is very koon, and a friondly rivalry tI promotod amongnst club mcmbors. Tho lifo-enaving olaresc, which aro woll attended, woro c...

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WILLIAMSTOWN RACING CLUB. SUMMER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914

\WILILAISTOW\N IACING(i CLUB, -----4- BUMMER MIEIETING., With the oxooption of tho Hturdlo Itaco, for which only oight outrieo havo boon recoived, ownerms havo reolpondod libor ally for today's ovoent. Tho followiug may run promiontoly iu their roelpootivo r'too1, viz ; URlHuatht RAGE- Comunuwealth or Flinoch, Luoy BarP, Two.vTus OLD I[ANDIoAPb Lady Cantall, 1, 'idollo 2, Nowborry 3, TrUbANINI HANllICAp Coolamatong 1, Efforvoaoonoo 2, Itoany 3, W roIt PLrAu- Dowbr'ry 1, Coolagunyah 2, Lipola 3, W ?LT.a PURsE- TN,O, 1, Porniokoety 2, Noble lBounio 3, Jumraims' FLAT ITAo-, Corouatue or Mo'rry Monaroh,

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THE TOWN HALL DESIGN. ACCEPTED BY THE COUNCIL. AUTHOR CONGRATULATED BY THE MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914

TIlE TOWVN HALL DESIGN. AOCEPTED BY THE COUNOIL, AUTHOR CONGRATULATEID BY THE MAYOR. THi Finance Committee reported to the Council on Tuesday evening that Mr W. Pitt, architect, had recom mended the acceptance of the com petitive design signed "Pro Bon Pub lico," with certain alterations, The conmmittee recomnuended that the de sign be accepted and stops taken to borrow the amount required for the erection of the building, Cr Byrne moved that the clause be struck out and that no further action he taken, He absolutely knew there was no demanud for the erection of a Town Hall. Nineteen out of every twenty ratepayers would vote against a Town Hall, Not a solitary hall around Melbourne was paying or would pay for many years to come, To erect a Town IHall would be suicidal con sidering thle condition of the roads, footpathls and channels, The late Town Sutveyor reported that this build ing- Cr Josephson,-It is a dungeon, Cr Byrne,-It could be put into repair for £750. Cr, Hteriot seconde...

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BOWLS. Williamstown v. Footscray at Footscray. A Ponnant. WILLIAMSTOWN, 77. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914

10 IVLS. Whi~l~mLattn v. lirootuomuy 14 Iruate scray. A Ponnaut. WILLIAMS'tOWN, 77, Moudoronr, Down, Word, lIradloy ,,. 10 Brodt, Lonedalo. Ii, Hick, Willis .., 16 Colf, Vallins, Ogdon, Fowlor A. ... 21 Smith, 1, Fowlor, Mills, Oravoll .,. 21 VoomsonAY, 108. Williamotown v. South Molbouruo at South Molbourno, I3 Pounaut., WiL1AMsTro\vN, 02, Gravoll, W., Blaoketok, Ureoczo, Hall 18 Parkor, Patorson, lick, L,, Iliddlo... 30 Harvoy, Stovonson, Orawford, Josoph so, ,,, .. 2[1 , WYood, Todd, Holm?e, ? ~roon .,. 20 ScUrn MiLOURNNe, 70,

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CONTRACT TERMINATED. FOR LIGHTING STREET LAMPS. THREAT TO ENFORCE PENALTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914

CONTUACT TERMINJATED. FOi i LlIUtTING ETRE?iT ILAMP' , lTHREAT TrO IENFROOI PEINALTIES, A report of the Lighting Colmiittee recoimmendiing that the contract for lightinug and extinguishing the street lamps, Ie terminatcd, was adopted by the Council on Tuesday evening, Cr Byrne, chairmian of the coni mittee, said a gentleman had told him that no lamps whatever in the south end had been lighted a few nights ago, Last Monday, fromn his own obscrva tlon, he did not think more than ten or a dozen were alight. It was the same up to cight o'clock that night, IIe had never seen more flagrant neglect of a contract and would liko to see the full penalties enforced. The Mayor said the penalty under the contract was a fine of 2/6 for every lamp not alight, Cr Heriot had seen the lamplighter for halfan-hour trying to light a lamp in Nelson place and a day or two aftcrwarda the Gas Company provided it with a new connection, The Gas Compauy's treatment of the people was something awful. His privat...

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TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914

TO.DAY'S 1 ATHNl'01S, Town fl?st oloveu v. Caulflold at WilliamlRtuown. Tuam--MoShano, lrown, Mills (2), Carpoutor, l'otrd, Mitoholl, Darnos, Onton, V. Olad?totuc and hlliboun. Second olovona at Caulflold, Team Klorr, Pilling, 0, Gladstonos, Ailcu, Iilgour, Bird, Arllold, Davia, Walton, Stono and Bott, Polico v, Polt 01110,o Return matoh will bo playcd on Gardona Reeorvo, Dovora v, Sugar Worki. Thiatlo Club v, Collingwood,

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KLOSEWITE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914

KLOSICWITJC, Try it next wasihing day, It prosorves tho olothoe, It Inouns no washing board, It mioanu no rub. It t3ivoe time, It snavoe wear and tear, It will eavy that tired feellng, It will uavo you trying anything else, It boate ovorything, Jis 1l0a & Soi.t,

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LAST NIGHT'S STORM VESSEL AT ANCHOR IN RIVER. STEAM FERRY CHAIN BROKEN. TRAFFIC BLOCKED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914

LAST GCHT'8 8TORM VEISSEL5 AT ANOIIOR IN RIVIER, STfEAM E]s RRY 011HAIN BROKEN. TRAITIiO BLOOKED, LaisT evening at about six o'clock, one of the denseost dust stormsu within recollection occurroed. The sy was obscured; the bay seoomed onvelopod in a thick nmass of matter and objects could not be discerned front onoe aide of the streot to the other. The duet blew straight into shops beotweeoon Cole and Thompson stroets, A tree in Commonwoealth Reaorve waJn carried away and smnall boats at anchor in the bay wore struggling for their lives, After tho storm, which wans of short duration, word caueo through that the chains of the utoam ferry at thoe month of the river ihad nappod and that a large German boat, the IElsa, had gone aground on the WVilliamstown side, Enquiry showcd that the veossol was coining down the river, having loft her borth at 5 o'clock, lhe had not gone aground, but wasl at anchor during the storm, and in lifting her anchor she also lifted the ferry chain antl pulled...

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SECOND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914

SECOND ELIEV.N. Thoe E~ocolnd Ilovon at Oulilold mnado 1417 a~gainbst tho homo toam'{ 6 folr 83. IHott '11, K?ilgour 28, Arnold : 3, 0. Ohdl mud Arnold 2 for 12, Stono for 1$, KCorr 1 for 16, u0l Davy 1 for 28 soourod tho wiokeotu,

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THE FLETT QUESTION. ANOTHER ORDER FOR MAINTENANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914

T llE ' ET T IQUESTIOI ANOTIlltt ORI)ElR 1'01t MAINTEIN ANOE, Mas IRuby I.lotl alilearedt bofore the Mayor and Mr Ward, J,.', on Tu'l'onday to relquest that an ordelor for the main tonanco (of James, Vornou, Beatrico and Marjory ilett, whoso ages varied from three to oight, bo mnadeo against their father, Jalnme Fordl Flott, who wasn reporepeuunted by Mr E, It, Hick. Mirs IFltt said the childroen had bein without uupport sinco Docomber 13th, lsho had aslkedl her husband, who was earnlng 9/7 a lday at the worksholps, to come back, but he saidl hie would profor to live with hisi father, Mr Hick put in a letter in which defeolndant had offerod to ipay 211- a week on condition that sho vacated a houose ownoed by dofondant'n fatheor. ''The sum of 20/- vwas ofiored to cover the exponuo of removal, Ans an alter native, ho was willing to maintain the childroen himoself. In croei exanmination, tihe witncess said her husband canmo to the house on Christmau ovo with toys for the children, Prio...

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CRICKET. WILLIAMSTOWN v. CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914

CRICKET. WILLIAMSTOWN v, OAULFIELD. Williamstown, on their own ground, dismissed Caulfiold for tho anmall score of 45, MoShano (four for 21) and A. Mills tive for 23) being responsible for the downfall., Town roplied with 181 (Alli bon 40 (throo 4's), Watson 20 (Ivo e 4i's), and Mitoholl (the the now wlolrotkeoopor) 10 not out, woro tho prinoipal scorers. At tho drawing of stumps Oaullold had got 18 without losing i wickot, Scores; WIsI,.AMSTowN,-?rMs{t Ipnuings, A, MloShano, caught 0 L, Allibon, aonught ... 40 N, Mills, caught 10 A, Mills, bowled . 0 V. Gladstone, bowled . 1 P. Watson, caught .... ?20 A. Oarpoutor, caught 11 II, Barnoes, lb w ...7 S, Mitcholl, not out......... 10 A. W. Ford, caught ......... 5 E, Outon, atumpod ... ... 8 Suudrios ... . .. Total ... ..., ,. 131 OAULFII?L , First lunnings , .. ... 45. lowling,.-A. Mills, fivo for 23; Mc Shano, four for 21; Outrn, one for 0. Sooond Inninugs., No wiclkets for ,,. ,,. 18

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914

Don't Miss Your Opportunities. MSIB 3R,7 '' O In all Departments. Right throughout our Stores we are throwing out Genuino Bargaine, Pay us a visit-you will not lose by it. C. T. KEI 0 GO., Ier7 FERCUSON sT. MT.~t K R YR CD~ DRAPERS, MERCERS &C. 233 ELONg PLACE, WILLIAlVISTOWN, OUR CABU PRICIES Enginueers' Bhirts, navy and blaok, morcorisod with o. & p, 2/13 White Tennis Bhirts, with o. & p., 1/11. 2/11 and 3/11 Men's Braces, id,, 1/-, 1/6, 1/0, 111, 31/6 Men's Sox, 4td.. 5Bd., Od, 9d, 1/., 1/6 and 1/11 Men's Underwear, Siuglots and Pants, 1/., 1/3, 1/6, 1/11, 2/il, 4/6, b/6 Fashion Shirts, 2,;i11, 3/11, /11, 5/11, Bilk Shirts, 516 Overalls, 2/6, 3/6, 3/11, WVorking Shirts, 1/11, 2/6, 3/6 Ladies' Black HIouo, plain, ribbed, lace and omubroidory, Od to 1/11; Oashmore, 1/- to 2/3, Linen Collars, Od, Long Lisle Olovos, in blalck, white and boaver, 6d to 2/6 Ohildren's Hose, Black Box, 3d; Throo-quator Hose, 6d, 7|d, I/. Bihok, Tan and Croeam OCashmare Throoequart...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914

LI NDER~ NEW MANAGEME1H!NT. AYACHT CLUB HOTEL Redi~ ~ cusun~ass~:t~, Slelson Place, Wlliamstlon, The Loading House AND One of tho Best; Appointed out of Melbourne. Within a tow minutoes of Plor, Steamoers, Be?oh and.South Htat?ionu and Bath . •Th RendoEvoue of all Yachtbrmon of the Bay I TH'E ACCOMMODATION IOR THERE I0 A . VISITORS IS ?IRY 8UPIRIOIR. SIPAOIOUSL CoLUB ROOM. HOT mad OOLD BATHS. BILLIARDBS, LUNCHEON from 1 till 2. All Meals One Shilling. Telephoneo 78 (Williamstown Ex.). Fi- ANK FINEGAN, Proprietor. SA MUEL SPRY'S SHOE STORIE~S R. J. WATERMAN, Proporietor, Nelson Place, Williamstown, (Near Yacht Olub Hotel,) -oC lPa x ai,( .OOTS and SHOES to choosdVe. W - 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 nmieans to you. Don't go Elsewhere. Come and Inspect Our Windows. Small profits and quick returns mean a saving to Purchasers. Having purchased at a Big Discount for Cash the Up-to-d...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914

Mr Clouiout Blunt, Nolson plaoo, has just oomplotod a launch for the Church of England (irannuar Sohool, ooolong, to bo uaod for convoying pupila nnd othora from tho piorn to tho uito of tho now aohoul, which is aomo distanco from the city. Tho boat was delivered during tho wook, Mr Blunt ia woll known as a yaohtanalu, oaraniau and yacht builder at eoolong, whoro ho rouidod many yoara, and ho had a froo hand in oonatruoting this veuuol, Tho chlool iu not likely to regret the reault, ai the now boat io neat, amart and woll balanced in the wator, while being remarkably aolid and com pat. Ilor longth iu 4l1 ft and aho haa a beam of 10 ft 6 in. In thia apaoo, in whioh thoro is a cabin forward, aho can carry 05 paauonguira comfortably, Tho vousol haa a framo of oak, her timbora are of blaokwood and lior planking of kauri. Tho boat waa only launched during tho wook and her turn out for hor now missiion aettrautod much favorable coulmtont, redoorick Glribbon, on bail, waa fluod ton ahillin...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914

DOMth, 00,01 - Oil theo th eobruary, nt his reiidenoo, Briatul hotol, Forguuon atreot, Williamstown, loorgo, the beloved husband of Mary A, Coop, aged 70 yonra; Boroavomont. t0RIVENER,--Ernio and Nora Gorivonor doesir to roturn sincoro thanks to their miny kind frionds for their oxprohaiouu of symlpathy, lottora and oarda in their rooont aad boreavomont. I% Momorlnam JONE.--In sad but loving memory of >Uf)lb~i~t r aff ai yoara. One sweet lower drooped and faded, One little voice has fled; Our hearts are tilled with sadness Our darling Arthur ia dead, God has taken lhome our dailinfg, Placed our bud amongst llis ilowers, 'l'alen bac the child lie lent us To a better home than ours. Sad and oft our ieat ts do wander 'Io a grave not far awlay \VWher e elaid our darling Arthur Just teclve montlhs ago to-day. -Iunortod by hia loving Father and Mothor, Siaters and Brothora. TRUSLER.-In loving momory of our doar little Dorothy Mavia, who passod away on the 5th February, 1013, aged 6 yea...

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