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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. ELECTION OF COMMITTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
MECHIANICS' INSTITUTE. EhIIOTION OF 00iMMITrugjE, Nisisns Koig (President), Phillips, Kingsloy, [Vallins, Millu, Coleman, ILonedalo, Ierodt, E. H. IHick and Mills atton led the meeting of the Mechanice' Institute on Thursday vening. 'Theo secoretary submitted a draft of a circular intimating the tornms and conditions of membership. Mr Phillips thought the rights of the eoad of a fiamily should bo 6xtonded to members of the family, boecause books wro ofteln obtained for thonem. Mr Brodt said family membarship cost 0/- extra per annumi, Mr Millu said a family included everyone hoetwooeen 12 and S1, The rules would have to bo altered to give oeffect to Mr Phillips' suggoestion. Mr Ureaves suggested that a space be loft for intuending moiebors to say whether they desired to bocoinme recreoa tion molubors, or associatoes or full members, Mr Coleman moved that the circular be adopted. Mr CGroavo did not intend to remain a member of this conmmittee unless he had the right to criticise piro...
BOWLS. WILLIAMSTOWN, 67. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
1o JJTL1S. WIIAMSTOWN, 67. A Pouiuunt v. Malvorn-Otulltlld, at WVilliauatown. Bredt, Coimpton, H1, flick, Willis ... 14 (offl, 1ilnnoesa. Ogden, Fowlcr A, ... 13 Mtaudoreen, Down, Jonie, Bradley *.. 23 Forguoen, 11, lFwlor, Whoar, Mills ... 17 MAIAVERN-OA1TLHII,1 110
WOMAN KEEPS SHOP OPEN. TALKING ABOUT BABY, [?]RIVAL CHEMISTS' COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
WOMAN U EPS SHOP OPUN. T`ALKINt ABOUT HABY, ,ItIVAh OHlElMI8T8' COMPLAINT, GeouoE Alexander Froeeman, I.. uapctor of Factories, proceeooded against . It 'Tylor, choliiist, Nolson place on Thursday aftornoon, before Air Road Murphy, P.MiL, for being tho occupior of a certain shop at 19 5 Nolson place, did fail or neglect to closo the shop from the hour of eight o'clock on the evenong of that day, Tho inspector, examined by Air D'Estroo, said on theoOvening of 1lth January ho was on duty in Nolelson place at 8 o'clock and observed a man go into Mr Tylor's shop at a quartelor p)at eight, The shop had beeon open till oight minutoes pat oight, Then the door was closed, but not locked, At a quarter past eight a muan went to the door and shoved it open. 11 (Thlio Inspector) followedil him in. Air Tyleor was in the shop. Theoro were two ladies behind the counter and two.in front of it. This man was suppllied with an article from a caneo and 1paid for it. Air Tylor said the man had beeoon in...
TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
To.DAY'H l MATCHE1i, Williamstown First Eleven v. Elstern wick at Eltornuwiok. Team-MoShano, liills (2), Carpoutor, Outon, M itohell, Watson, Ford, Bott, Oladstonca V., and Androws. Second Elovouens at Williamsntown, Tooau-Kerr, Bird, Pilling, Qladtolonoa (,, Millor, Walton, Steno, Kilgour, Arnold Davia and Ailos. Club XI v. Footanray Druids, Dovora v, Sugar Works, Thaistlo v, Fitzroy,
TOWN HALL DESIGN. NOTICE TO BORROW MONEY. AS A SEPARATE PROPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
TWN HALL DESIGuN. NOTICE TO BORR11OW MONY, A9 A SREPARATE PROPOSITION, L notilcation by the 'T'own Clerk is ubliehlied inll thia ijeue that the Council atendu to borrow the nin of £13,000 or the erection of a Town Hall anll hat the planii anld pecoificatious and atiinateu ao10 now op01o for inupoction )y the ratolpayel at the Council lhaitnhor, If they aro disiaticfied vilh the propoitionli in any roepect, hey have a right to deoand ait poll of he ratopayore. The cito of the proepheed building iu ho Lyonii iltroit gardone, oppocite the 'icturo T'heatro, at the l elbournio oat corneir. Other litu in Ferguion itreet anid la'liuwro have 1been1 111011 ieonid as o110)1 anitabl, but no action us beein taken bIy (Jonucillora to havo 11011 conitdeortedl. '[he loan, inuteul( of being for 30 'care, ns in the poet, ij to he for 37 card, and the roepaynlonta, insteadni of )Ding 2 per cent, will beo 1 1 p0r cent, h nrateo of intereot will be 11 -por eant, 'Tlie interoet anidl sinkiing fund layle...
RESULTS OF LAST SATURDAY'S JUNIOR MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
flsuLT o1 LrAST SATU1RDAY'S JUNIOR MATuIHI;, Dovcra 59 (Johnuon 23 not ont, Atitin ion 17; Ilrown i for 21, 5', Mattltowo I for 31, Mnlilos 1 for 7) v. Sugar Works 101. Thistlo 6 for 41 (Caldwoll 10, Dunn 12 not out; Gobble 2 lor 4, Ruosoll 3 our 20, 8audolls 1 for 11) v, Fitzroy 92, Club XI 7 for 118 (Lind G51, Wronch 15, McLanghlin 1.1 not out; Davin 3 fos 13, Lind 1 for 10) v Footsoray Druids 23.
MILITARY DISCIPLINE. RIGOROUSLY ENFORCED ON CADETS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
IlI((l(tOUSI4Y IlNtrOtItOtI) ON CAI)Illt iMiii Vernon J iiephl Whiteleal pro-' eciled against I leory 11 vinbrngo Gajir beforo r IReal *liu~pihy I' Mi., on 'h'lursdiy at to Cmiiurt of Petty essions for hiiliing to returiii to custody ifter liii had been released on (On D)eceiober 21 )vh tlio dloledilnt wa0 cuoiiiimittdl to the eiitody of iho 5t01 iooigeant m11j1ir to moa ko un ti ino lost from drill ane ho wna atill short. Stnia Serigenit Major Joynson eiiid the slior ageo was 12 hoiius. I air wvas coiminiled to the cotoloy of the Royal A uistralian Garrison Artillery at Port Phillip fortress for lolLn daysi. Itoliert (eodge Itlcliburin was clihiigeill wiili tailijg to riturn to liw ful custody fro 10 whichl he had born rolraisrd on November 20th. 'T'lio siiortiigio in this caso wva 33 Iioiirii. I)oelfeiilaiit ,woro lie sas niot prcsont when the order agiinst him wiis imaile by the ( iCirt. I 0 ldid iiot know he was obligeil to rictui'n oiiiid had unnt an xcu'ii5o that lie was s llI...
SECOND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
SECOND ELEVEN., The Booond IEloven alto neorod a victory over Caulfiold by ll rung on the Bitet inniuge, theo corca being 'Town 147 and 4 for 101 (olosod); Caulfield Il1 and 5 for O. For tho winnors, IlotI 10 anI M;ni NI I,,n m,, ihut h ud tlhe witllattlt wVnI t our(d by Otono 4 for x8, Arnuold ' for 231, Iorr 2 for 28 and 1 for 20, and Davion I for 20,
A POUND PER WEEK. TO SUPPORT FOUR CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
A sICsr PL Ihl 1 1A .K.( TO If)UtP'POlti' IfOUlt OIIILDItEN, -te-- 'l'ou .s Georgo A Ltouborough ap peared bofore AlctIursi Ward and Lonodale yecterday on a claim for the siipport of his four children, Myrtle, )Dorothy, fora and Claronco, aged 13, 1I, 9 and ,. Mr E1. li.Ii, for the plaintiff, said Atteuhorough hal boon empcilloyredl ati liieiani on coautal teaneors and for the (asl Companly. Ile was now working at the electric power station, iii was the father of fix children, two of wheoo wcore able to look after theinm solves 1i1 had contributed nothing from February to oeptoinbor last year and in Uctober hio agroeed to pay 20/ a week for their uolpport, On Chriot mnlli ovo hie paiid a pound ani lie gave 4/3 to the chillronii. That was all ihe had paid. Ilo was eariiing from /2/21/- to £.C1 a week. Mri Atteuborough told the court that lhe lhad to go out tour or five days a weeok waulling andl cleaning and sho lih 1d il to acted ai wiitress. IHcr Iiuhalitl said if ahi could not koe...
CRICKET. WILLIAMSTOWN v. CAULFIELD WILLIAMSTOWN.—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
JRICKE'T. W\VILLIATMSTOWNv. OAULF IELD Wl1LIA~staowN,--Firat Iuuingfj. A, 11oShani, caught ... 0O L. Allibon, caught . 40 N, Mlill, caught 10 A. Mills, bowled ... .... O V. Gladatono, bowlud . ~ .. 1 P. Watson, caught .. .. 20 A. Carpoutor, caught .. 11 II. Barnos, 1 b w .. 7 S. Mitchell, uot out.., ., 10 A. I., Vord, caught ... ... ... 5 E, Outon, stumped ... .. 8 Slundrics ... ..... 0 Total ... . . ..... 131 Saeond Innings. P. Watson, caught ,,, ., 23 S. Mi'choll, bowled 24 N, Mills, not out . ... ... 10 A. MeRltano, not out ..,,,, 10 Sundry ..... . 1 Two wickets for ... ... .... 04 OAULimua,, First Inuin . ,,. .. ... ..45 Sc0. ud Innings, soven wicolts for... 173 (Inninga dolarecd closed). liwliung.-Mclohano, threeoo wicotu for 38; A. Mills, 2 for 33; Outov, ono for 43; Carpenutor 1 for 51, Williantstown won outright by eight wicketa and 7 runt,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
Don't Mi YVouw Oppowtunities. ZN a= "ElE In all Departments. Right throughout our Stores we are throwing out Gouuino Bargaine.'J Pay us a visit-you will not louo by it, C.T. KE C CO. 7 iiiuiso s DRAPLERSMERCERS, MC. 233 ELSO1N PLACE, WILLIAIMSTOWN, OUR CA8H PRICES Enginoeers' Bhirtu, navy and blaok, mercorised with e. & p., 2/6 White Tennis Shirts, with e, & p., 1/11, 2/11 and 3/11 Mloen's Braces, 6d,, 1/-, 1/6, 1/0, 1/11, 3/6 Men's Sox, "ld.. od., 6d, Od, 1/-, 1/6 and 1/11 Mon's Undeorwear, Singlets and Panto, 1/-, 1/3,1/6, 1/11, 2/11, 41/6, 5/6 Fashion Shirts; 2 11, 3/11, 4/11, 5/11, Silk Shirts, i16 Ovoralls, 2/6, 3/6, 3/11, Working Shirts, 1/11, 2/6, 3/6 Ladies' Black Hlose, plain, ribbed, laeo and embroidory, 6d to 1/11; Cashlmere, 1/- to 2/3,. Linon Collars, 6d, Loug Lislo Gloves, in black, white and beavor, 6d to 2/6 Ohildren's Hoose, Black Box, 3d; Three-quarter Hose, 6d, 7'/Id, 1/ Black, Tan and Create Cashmere Three-quarter Hose, 1/ White and Cream Laco Box...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
No. 2029 S UNDER NEW 'MANAGEMEINT. SYACHT C UB HOTEL Nelson Place, Williamstown, The Leading House AND S One of the Best Appointed out of Melbourne. Within a tow miuntoe of Plors, Stoamors, ' , ,' ~ Boaoh and.South Stations, and Baths I T'?Pl.p tl-i l iho .-r r Cýlln v hv .u nu. Pail The Rondeavouo of all Yachtusmn of the Bay I THE ACC00OMMODATION YOR THERE IB A . VISITORS IS VERY SUPERIOR. . 8PAIOUS CLUB ROOM. HOT and OOLD BATHS. BILLIARDS. LUNCHEON from 1 till 2. All Meals One Shilling. ',.Telephone 76 (Williamitown Ex,), FRANK FINEGAN, Proprietor. SAM IUEL SPRY'S SHOE STORES. ....-R J. WATERMA P~iroprietor, .Nelson Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht Olub Hotel.) :i;oos' 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. , Small profits and quick returns mean a saving to Purchasers. Having pur...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
Tho Mayor and Mr Orr, J,P, on Tuou day ordored Louiu Whito to pay £10/5/-, with 15/- coost, to A, lloshara, Walter Munday to pay 3/i5/- and 5/- cotae, to Minnio Mar., and William Boarboy to pay £2W//-, with 5/. ostsl, to Sarah Janl Uoll, Finoea of 5/- for non attoedanco -at tiohool ]woro impooed on john Doogan. Goorgo Hopo and F, 0oal and of '2/6 on F. Pownail, J. P. T McAuliffo, anll apprentico at tIo dockyard, obtainod jndginont for C7/10/-, boing 12 wooia wagoL at 12/6l a wookl, again(t Sallnouol LBradnhaw, motor imchanio. William Strong, of No\iwport, obtained an order prohlbiting liconoed viotiullora in Wil lianuimtown (roni norving with liquor, hii LonI, William Strong, An order to loviow a dooloion of Mr II. Ilcok and Mr Lonudalo wanl given by tlo Chief Juutico in theo Pratico Court on Tiesday, Tlhoy dimniiiod i echargo of Lretlpas birouight by Mrl J. W, (rconoy, of tho Elplanado gairdienl, againut Air V, J, Ogdon land otheli, oil teio ground that tho defondauta boliovod thoy...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
Death. ROWE,-On tho 17lt January, 191l , at hor reildonco, "Tyno lHouno," '0 D1,vor road, Noith Willianmtown (tuddonly), Elizabotl (loLtay), beloved wifo of tho lato Potor larvoy Rowo, lato boata wain 11 .M.I, ''Viotoria," lato Burko and Wi lls eoxpedition, Mother of i luam Rowo, L'iLkcf Elnranoo, ,lqed MrA Williamn, Clark jtr.e,,at Glaistor, Dovor rd,, Btrakor?,t)' struot, Richard, larvoy au tl Peacc, I'c.lfe ct l'cace. . iv wi.mo li'hllilly of tfil lai MrAi, P, 11, Rowo doeiro to thank all friendo for oxiiretionlilO of Bympathy during their auddon boroiavenrlnt, alao tho II..Y. Club, lov ', Lynoh, Olhurch of England, iloo Mr Lonuldalo, 30 Dl)vor Road, In 0Moor'la,. 11UME (noo (ibbE).--In u td and loving mmoiory of my doear Mothor,who pasoed away on thi, llth Iebruary, 1907, at Twyford ttroot, Williamatown, Fond thUugIhtL they lingecr ou1nl my hlealt, While tears they often Iluw, And to your s5; ;Land lonely gi ave My footstcps oltcn go. And oftrn 1by yourglaivce I statul And thinl...
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
HORT'ICUILTUlAL SOCIEITY. 'Inc monthily mooting of tho abovo society was held oiln the 4th inst., there bong a uplondid display of cut flowers, the following polnta being awarded: Mrs; Scott 32l, Mrs Paton 28, Mrs Tornes 26, Mrs Smart 161, Mr Lind 20!, Mr Gatohou-o 12, Mr Coldrio 48), Mr Bow man 82. Mr 0, Stono gave a very interesting looecturo on chryaunthemlnuis. his chicef pointi woro - In January, the plants ahould receive constant attontion, to be rogul trly watored nd keopt free from urplus growths, limiting each plant to four or tiveo abhools, which chould be tecurely tied to stakes. The feal break occurs early in January, that is, several shoots spring from below a summer bud, ono of which ii retained and produces a flower bud known as a crown bud, The crown budu nmake their appoearance from tho irat weeoolk in Februasry, and as they produce the fliueat blooms, all crown buds after the first week should be rotained, removing all othere, the wholo energy of the plant being no...
WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE. TO-NIGHT'S BIG ATTRACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
WILLIAMSTOWYN THEiATRI. ---ct--- TO-NI(Ui'd 1310DI ATTHACTIONS. Another veory fine programome of variety items and star photoplays has booeen preptred for the Thoteto patrons to-night, when the doenrs will open at 3.80 p nt. Professor tIeodorsn's aoting iogs and monkoys will provido the star varioty itemu, Animal nets are alwaysn very acoptible to a Williamistown audi ano, snd Professor Hiendorson boing Australia's reoooguised proenior animal brainor, patrons are sure of coeing soino bhing really out of tho ordinary in animal sagacity to-night. A ofeaturo of the not vill bo tie wondorful jumping foats of a :cam of greyhounds, Miss oDaisy Young, .ho popular young mezzo-soprano, will ceappear for ii six nighlits soeason in some )f the latost song succoneos, and will to doubt be warmly welcometd. The pictures for this afternoon and to-night eo oexceptionally tino andt includo two big star films. Teo Trail of tho Lost Dhord is foundoel on Stillivan's world rouowned melody. it is an oxoo...
YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
YA CITIN(G. s-- - THU Uuobuu'o Bay Yaoht Club will huld a club raoo over ucual couiro to-day. First guu at 2.55 p.u. Strlt 3 p.m. Handicaps-Native, scratch; Chanco, 8.30; 1Britauuia, 11.30; Ripplo, 14; Elaio Bollo, 26.30; Juuita, 27.30; Ad miral, 27.30 ; Gloncoo, 27,30; Ida, 35.30,
NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
NOTES OF THE WEEK. -Concert by Oxford Glo Party at Holy Trinity School Hall on Tuesday evening. -The steamor Williamstown will run a trip to Luna Park uoxt Wednoesday evening, leaving the Gom pier at a quarter to 8. Tickets, inoluding admis lsion to Luna Park, will be 1/6 return. -Tho police have completed the can vas for the new Stato roil in the South Williamstown division, and they requoost householders who have not recolved a schedule to communicato with them. -Captain Me Forranu, whoso namo was mentioned in connection with tho Elsas mishap in the river last wcok, was on board the vessel in the roar and was in no way concerned in the misadventure. -Mr D. A, Little commenced dutios on Saturday last as secretary of the Werribee Shiro. Hloedoes not intend to reside in the olficial quartors built by the Shire as he has purchased an irriga tion blook. -An honorarium of R10 was voted to Mr A. T. Richardson, retiring secretary, by the Dispensary last evening, Mr F, Young was appointed ...
ELECTRIC LIGHT SCHEME. BEFORE SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING. WARD MEMBERS TO REPORT. CITY COUNCIL'S REPLY EXPECTED NEXT WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
ELECTRIC LIGHT SCHEME. BEFORE SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING, WARD MEMBERS TO REPORT. OITY COUNCIL'S REPLY EXPECTIED NEXT WEEK. HIGH pressure and low pressure cables, switch gear, transformers, volts, units and kiliwatts rather bewildered a special meeting of the Council on Tuesday evening called to consider the report of Messrs McCarty and Under wood on tli scheme for lighting tle streets by electricty and supplying electric light and power to houses, shops and factoics, They resolved, after a time, to leave these matters in the hands of the en gineers and to get down to business. They found that 22 arc lamps would greatly increase tile cost of street light ing and they questioned thle Town Surveyor regarding a statement miad in a recent issue of this paper that the arc lamp was likely to be extinguished by something better. Mr Underwood, on behalf of his firm, concurred in the opinion that the arc lamp was open to improvement and that the new lamp was still soimewhat in the expelimcntal ...
WILLIAMSTOWN PUNT CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
WILLIHAMTOWN PUNI' OLUU. ON Baturday last tho abovo club hold a race over tho usual uouiio. Five of tho six punts ontored for tho race oruoaed the starting lino, Rival, noratch, ob tained first placo, with Chance, I min 40 seoc8 sacond, and Nativo Lasu, 6 min 10 sees, third. To-day's race will ho for trophiou presentod by Mcsara E, Samboll and 8; Blailr, utarting from Ilobuon'u bay yaoht club jotty a 3 p.m. A now pult, the (tannot, will imtko her flrst appelarinco on llatulrday. lEtries and handloita.-llival and Gannot, snoratob; Ohanoo and Cathon, 1 man 30 auo., Young Native, 0 min 10 secn ; Native Lauu, 10 min; Rip, 0 win, 10 see, Twiuklor, 13 min,