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A LIGHTER ADRIFT. THE OWNER FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
A UGHTER ADRIFT, THE OWNEB FINED. WArrrEat George Vincent, Harbor Master, yesterday at the Court of Petty Sessions, proceeded against A. J Har man for failing to keep a watchmen on board, contrary to the regulations. Mr F. Woods, who appeared for Messrs Malleson England and Co, said the proceedings were taken under Regulation z?2. Tom Robinson, assistant Harbor Master, said the bulk Kingswere had been moored for sometime at the Spotswood jetties, but no proper steps had been taken to keep her fast, with the result that she had got adrift and endangered shipping. There was no one in charge on December isth. George Atkins, roxawain on the Har bor Trust launch Cosmmissioner, gave similar evidence. DefernAt -- %- !- -taken the hulk in payment for a debt. He had removed e'erything of value from the vessel and the rest was only dit for scrap. The hulk would be broken up. He did not know a watchman was required. A fine of 45, with £2? 1o4 costs was imposed.
FOOTSCRAY AND WILLIAMSTOWN DISTRICT CHURCHES ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
B00TSotAY AND WILLIAMBTOWN DIS'BRIO CHUnRHES ASSOCIATION. Lennox Sh. Methodists 192 (Arthur 73 Andero'n 28, H. C imban 21, Hendry 17, J. Comben 16 n.o., Pope 11, Webb 11; Anderson 1. for 17. Henidry 2 for 27) v. Hyde St. (B) 3 for 45 (Oarwood 20 n.o. Blennerhasset 4 tir 38, Gilohriet 3 for 88, Armstrong 2 for 42. John St. Methodists 130 (Williams 28, Bennett 27. Giles 25. Olaringbro!d 22) v. Footsecray Presbyterians, not yet batted (Sohade 4 for 28, Campbell 8 for 85, oache 2 for 21. Almond 1 for.2L.) Newport Methodists 142' (Jones 48. Jenkins 18, R. Regelaon 15. Holten 14 :.o., Williams 14. Powell 11; G. Regel :en 8 for 2, Close 83 for 8, Powell 2 for 6) v. Viotoria St. Methodists 8 for 27. Syde St. (A) 76 (Hill 32, Wilson 10 n.o.; Copplestone 6 for 10 and 2 for 15, Holmes 3 for 8) v. Bay View'Rd. 17 and 2 fr 66 (McMillan 48 n.o., Stanley -12 n.o,) As the above Association have a bye on the 8 Ltarday previousnto A.N.A. Day. in each year, these matohes willobe oon Oluded on eb. 6tb....
INSANITARY PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
INSANITARY PREMISES. TJo Wilson Barter, of Alfred street, North Wi lianstown, was yesterday procaded against by Henry Jenkins, Town Inspector, under Section a2i of t he Heath Act for f'aling to keep his premises so as not to be a nuisance or isjurious to hk lth. Lr Jenkins said he visited the place on 6th in-t, consequent upon a notice from a medical man that a chi'd from :he h---e was in the FairSeld hospital suer-ing from diphtheri and scarlet fever. He found rubbish and excreta in the yard which was in a diegnsting irate. The house was sewered. It was owned by Mr Lawson He called later and found the nuisance had been remeeasd. Mr F. Woods, who apepeared for the defence, said a nuisance was something injurious to the neighborhood. Mr Bur.e:t- J P.-Or liable to be inm riou=. Mr S:o-e, J.P.-O.herwise a case cannot be proved. Mr Wood--A nuisance is a matter o f St, as was shown in the decision of the Lord Chief Ju-?.te in the case, City of London v. Perrin. Section 249 r-quired that ...
COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. ALLEGED INDECKNT ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
COMMITTED FOR TRIAL ALTEGED TnDECL¶T ASSAULT. JAM LeIsl M artin, --, engnedriver, wno his been employed on boas in t bhay, way ypserday charged, before Messrs Br.nett and Stone, js.P, with indecentIy assaning Irzie Baziow, under the age of sxten years. Dr. C. Fetrsozthah (depsed nat the die b 'rozn by her failther nhis ==*ger. She had scratches which might have bee inicted in vanrio way-, ouch as by contiact with a fence iThe evidecef ids was taken and the zccz~ed, sho was sndefcd=d, cro-ezmined them at length. The hear-n tasted till nearl three o'c'oc in the afttro. The acc''ed was committed for trial at Tne rines of the Criminal Court to commence o Febrnary tih.
YACHTING. HOBSON'S BAY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
YACHTING, HIIOBSON'S BAY CLUB. The above club has arranged :a club race for to-day, to be sailed over the usual club course for trophies donated by Mr H. Teraes (let),: Mr P. T. Hall (2nd), and the elub (3rd). Fi-s" gun at 2.55 p.m., starting gum at 3 p.m .The following are the entries and handicaps: -Native, soratoh.; Valleou, 5min. 30 see.; Namoi, 7min. 30see.; Britannia, 10 min,; Spray, 10min. 30sec.; Hygeis, 23min.
WILLIAMSTOWN AND FOOTSCRAY DISTRICT JUNIOR ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
WILLIAM8TOWN AND FOOTSORAY DISTRICT JUNIOR ASSO0IATION. Myrtles 88 and 73 beat.Universals 38 and 58. Alawas 85 and 88 be t St. Mark's 20 and 80. O.Y.M S. 128, beat Elsternwlck 34 and 89 (White 3 for 9, Connery 2 for 7, Can ningham 1 for 3). On Monday last the C.Y.M;S played a match on the cricket ground against the New South Wales C.Y.M.S., making 183 against 44. N. Mills 73, T. Connery 16, Cnnningham 13, Spillane 10, White 10 n.o. were the .princlpal scorers, and A. Mills 5 for 17, J. Connery 4 for 21 and 2 18, and Hegarty 2 fnr 6 seonred thl wickets.. Thistle 154 (3mith 51, Moir30, Bell 268, Johnson 25; Jackson 11) v. Burns Sooi ty none for 24. Williamstowh Baptists 44 (Baroclay I, Walton II and 3 for 11, Hopkins 5 for 28, including ha. trick) v. Collins St. Bap inRta RR and 1 fnlo7.
WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE BIG HOLIDAY PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE BIG HOLIDAY PROGRAMME. A big programme of vaudeville and pictures is advertised at the Theatre to-night, inoluding the well known artist and coon impersonator, Maud Fanninr, and her trained children ; also the sing ing athelete, Skipper Franois, the swim mer of the Bristol Channel, who will show a film of his great swim at the same time describiog his experiences and will sing his own patriotic song " Australia will be There." LaPearl, the oontoiton ist, will provide another novelty with her marvellous act ; also Arthur Elliott, the somewhat different comedian. Tha-pic tures to-night include the great Pathe calor masterpiece, A Queen's Love -and many other subjects. On Monday night two star films will be Fogg's Millions and PaidWith Interest," also aKeystone. comedy, featuring Chas. Chaplain, The Live Thief. Thursday night the great five reel Vitagraph film A Million Bid or Bought and Paid For will .be screened with other subjects.
WILLIAMSTOWN PUNT CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
WI[LLIAMSTOWN PUNT CLUB The .Pant Club held a race over the inner course last Saturday. There was nice wholesail breeze blowing and eight punts faced the sttater to decide who was entitled to a trophy donated by Measrs Scovell and Sparling. Evary thing went well until the third round, when a buoy broke away from its moor ings and the judge decl tred it no race, and ordered it to be sailed over again to day. The entries and' handicaps are: -Wanderer, ser.; Hyacinth, niio 35s ee; Thetis, 8min 55see ; Rival, 4rmin See ; Rolution, .9min 7seo ; Wild Wave, 10min 5seo; Trsfalgar, 11min, Dove, 13min 45soc; Swift, 19min O0seo ; Native Lass, 17minm; Thistle, 25min 10see ; Twinkler, 28min 40see.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
New Years Greetings. We are Op=-g tWe _w Yeom h Great Red-to s i ait De-f =e s, E yhg s at " OQ They Go Prices-. Tr S tr, e zare5rieg o tly. We _s have- toe Rte= SPnECIAL DISPLAYS EVERY FRIDAY. BEDR.GCK PRICED REŽLNAS?TS. Ldies we Parchae a Big Prel of i Be S os- 2S Szes " r::p to '.he iMr S.y. es a Ie tHat Haff-fr A MATTER OF ITMPORTANCE. To !. -~W who ,aket..kr apoTar?ce is to Sec a S-ct - fa' Tai-- ith icder= I?dsa. Our S~it: are p'o vith the fas En -. Crs-e -it Spe reared to indiviuraty of THE SM-PTEST STILES are a'way Itrsod-ced w?hi dz= Re d tor C'a=..CS'_ Ta-e. O-- ýs s?ieed C -c?.ezs Coor.s. oy Grow Lt r_ Ta' yT_ to yroe Idea: of a Perfectly Cot Finish ed S--. New eross M cr- oow Sh owing. They are Spezi2a.B good C. T. KEIC & GO. 11-17 FERGUSON ST. W. KEAYS & CO1 Drapers, Mer•er s, &c. 233 NELSON PLACE, WILLIAMSTOWN, Setl it f, L~ beearae they e2 for CAS . Latest Styles for Summer and Holiday wear. Hosiery at Special -Prices. A Free Gift Ticket Given ...
TO-DAY'S MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
W'IuinrTnwn - Mavan lSar 1lev - at Maiv s. Thim'fln. hLd Bmra, "u=8rsatr; ML~l ff). Uindamnar 6,, Lenabia. li.iLngoin A. Outer and Pi!1 m'ecnmd elaesanna Will iamwn. Tazm -iibaoonFern-uan.: ZnmasL. Glioneans Y., M~i P-. Eupper, Crhi E~aminrran, Ford and Fry. * an Elaevn -. Tzarville Biotiaza at '.r.zi'in' Yem - Aiaes, OfDlnnnU, i E-zr'eqn. Con. .-Fancerirjs. Eaznn. 3E Phiiin. Daais. Thasa, AbbEriona i4 d and W;iianm. Z-'ZALS. v. Catiban ,n FResarre. Thisra-ir. F ooanira Thiadh atSddon. Wiliamsoniwn BDptiaErt vancndu Meb..
CRICKET. FIRST ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
liis~i tA-n Onni'Jn45P~ : fl(d1r, crawn a. Elhratriodij 18g b! a Ir!mm 'ai =Sotd$ WaZintrdan nW ai a n. d f1or:f0 iL 11.l--rrxu 2 _abe3 cAmoul fars,.Z L Miulai Ir'i, .CPlrlanm 1 2 or 0) nnpt SZi. Sndaid j fa. tn~ida~tid. ci n-S. drian &rea. SBml IEar. Elstrtoridtor132kn 8E :or'nlle~disseds on Wihiiurnnaan B-andi a 8a 4 Oan Sa ar wdrbrvIa3 Crote a10 . W~ilag~-nsm n- 15 and:f 0 fr dE ab aind !SOapwa it . DaR~r:~tae L aizig. it. Mil 13, K~arn 12: 2 Omtan 9· fasE~. Damrn S for 6C Pillion- * lar 0) been,! Chalfle d "D and.tE, Tr~risa IM5 and -3TDr fP ur'e T(o1,Rn a il 01 nmo., ?cannou 1.-2 asi: :ir foLri 11 Bandeir :: Ide t. P~amll S tlorjl M WFbiial~i :me if wI)hast BnaranSocisrltyr i Wfiiimntammntewrastit &~ and "1 de le,-ted.by Ch~llio St. (18 ad Sk,
BELGIAN FUND. Junior Scholars Newport Baptist Sunday School, £1. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
R ELGIA.N FU.SD. mtnior Scholare iiewport Baptist Sunday School, di. -"Loep" M e lones was before the aourt yesterdzy. Eergeant Gartn said tre ware 22 pnor convintionn against him. In 1210 he wna ohsged -with rag -ancy and was let off oe promising to clear out, In 1212 he rturned and wan again let off unpromining to clear out. Having pt on we more years of ezule. he thoush another visit was doe to the place which nreiasred up his vialtt so careflly. eMn he felt grateul yeeterday when informed that be might now keep away for another :wo years. -Clont Ferdinand Von Zeppelin was laughed atwhebnhe goe the idea ot he dyflyg machine to the wonldin 1E9L2 He was then- 54 and knew little- about the subJect. As he isnivring still (hil age is now75 7)he has llved m see e n lying ma chinedo everything he nndestookto do. He- did not intend flying mechinee to carny bombae or anything more deadfy than-denpatchen Z3ppetin ewved in the Ameriann Civil War ead-it wna there he got the idesa of airahipL...
CLOTHING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
OLOTEIt~10 2:t2' Weaiky contnibutianB--3tl·f~ I earknme rveu.. Mrsbd nz~ta 01I O i MzZLideraodr .. ... 1 0S 6 I Dinaionn--izgl CiaeI-e 10-: Azmi, 2J6 Aidi~ziann. sbnerIter5 -- Medpamlsu R. Hi ndn·3r (l~r4. G. Lawonau, MicGzegor a~nd. M~iBU Eenny, Mbkarz Akzinder. Lam~~it Ie, Ebitan. Grimonbaw (3mer CsLLUcE2noh Mz~isZ~ew!ndR, -2o1iJ4; MLid N~ewisandi 1219; ~iai Gwen` ?orter, 010.; Mias Iiy
THE WAR FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
THE WAR FPL'NY Ox Tharsnduy reat a aeaerat meetag wil 5e ieid Jt a 2e Cauncil 3;r'mbers at waich aoatf rafea wiil je dawL. .Aa:her boa w1 he 3acked or Weaaeisda for :ze wauaaada. Wa rs :il askede : come fzrward ar.c el get wo- att tthe Counii Chambes Mare assisteats far street ollecing ar e lso aeaded. Zach iady ija charge of anr area is oct aeaected to do afl the codettecsn; but ta dstrwibue the wore. amoagst gTi- vau!a -ex. of whom za are weatta..
MATTERS FEMININE. BITING THE LIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
* MATTERS ]EMININE. -4-- BITING-THE LIPS. "If girls only knew," remarked a woman* eminent in her profos sion as a physician, "how they dis figure themselves by continually biting their lips, I think they would make the effort to break themselves off the habit. In in fancy the red line at the lower edge of the lip is very clearly dcfined. Constant irritation with the upper teeth sometimes extends the red colour for half or three-quarters of an inch below the original line, and. destroys * the symrnatryz of - the mouth. The lip becomes thickened, land sometimes inflamed; frequent ly there are deep creases or cracks, and the wind and sun burn and discolour it until it ir; almost a de formity."
WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
WILL MSITOWN TUEATRE r-:iar. 't me Thert-e. 'hne :ar1a.i acts w-il make :Serir Tis: app~e;rnce. includ:~ 4g ct~-i a~d Shnrd, crobatjic onmed- ias, a Larag, ar.cr, TheL Mioeighs. r o-3igt ise iar aitt of hear:t iaragmh dama F ,Elinaon Ed ad :4 r == ra o rw. l Keyrsone comedy, n i:T gS 'hpia in a e ze.d. ras i~ng Elace, :is laSr ta : r eina "esti :Se cre a=te 'Comed ever proucd.I~ On Mornday zifL;t ah abov 7rg-raame af vaude riile wil sapperr whl a new praorzme af pictraac hteda st =3s - '-p-at .. detect;7is aza Jbe M.sz-te of Caotai' DaoH3n. also a iPrieS ,f .51-as i :ae war :a za E-r aw. O' Tuei =iEbt: jaLIST MC rV 5 3'C-t i2 0 i aiie Co. will -oiamaeace afr debt sersan. pro-acing Mother G4as fnr two rai:at an Be e far 2 trae Sdi and =ray. This cr.S'aony comes i:. a org -"ptati-nan -io -issh-y ardrs. inicludine such we-kno-t.T 3er. inr~e ni; an w ti-nw'rlc Oarii :-ti-ers as simea:sa rad T~l Raynesr Esse.= JanPC -g et. The~ whole -raizctioa 1 --ngificent y ntmar siant seayd. the .amp...
BABY'S SLEEPING FLANNEL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
BABY'S SLBBPING PLANNBL. When the baby is old enough to -toddle, it becomes necessary to dress it at night time in a garment that will proteict it from cold. The ideal nightshirt for young children is the one illustrated. This covers the whole body, feet included, and with one of these on, the child may kick the blankets off without ill ef fects. The pattern is easy to make up, and should be carried out in flannel of the, best quality. Allow for shrinking,- and -- see that the buttons are of pearl or bone. The collar may be edged with lace or embroidery.
FALSE PRETENCES. TWO YEARS IMPRISONMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
FAlSE PRETENCE~ we-Z l d e inrme -u~ . i e crimmna; jfurisicon. Har;-' More-r· -mer. Vri mnc .o- cjrmmute tar:: f-emT~limmo iarhe a"roeret c r i;=-irm war, Francir king, -ews agen.-:nt, Melourerod Newcol)rr czm~ei befort _dr WS~ier~ forsaatence. :Va jurr: Enving iJound -im 7uiiLt. 5i- fiire· iremne on tae erinence of. :ayimoti juttain Z(Ri;ng so of :e propretat and mcer wri-esses. "he arcecs was t t ected ey im.ithe Chmages. "' Morr~me , Eho is a uent pe~ker and arough.s U u.l.iv r v ina cour pre c-ure- -made a vrt cr~ang aoppeal ar cimneryn, on :.he ground thus; a.tuough t~ere -re ove2r 3: conViCtins~ 2Zame h:m. ht ond -n lndian an name life:J forie iasetwo·~F ·recrs and wrantedi t- go to the war, hav_~ingS ben miired at rh a.m o a. arna. The Todge said e coutd ot aner 13aso ' a" re'-ora af ancCuzods H aoua :ii' canvic0.ions ano anee n carded oninr him zizt ic :in e i z t a rc .aeasannc. Accused was :.r, ciarc:i to :no perrs ;mpasanment