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WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914

WVILL4IAMSTOWN THilA'TRl The ontortainmrnt ait the theboatro dur ing the wveek wa at the naual high oex callouneo, A beaonutiful pioturo, the Warn trl , produced by the famouea Partheo r'.ereo , PIaria, i one cf the flneat ex anrples of the wondorlul offoote now obtailned by cinomatlography, The magnificout colorirg and excellenout act lng wast all that could be detired. JonninFga and Gorald, tie talenoted couple of rretloh artintr kopt the audioeno in roarsa of laughter tlhreouhoutt their voery xceollon trurn. rMiur Vida Conly trang two popular songju anud etablished hor self a favorite, The programrno for tu-nighlt ineluder a cotmtpleto llut of now niovolties. A pooial thrro reool picturo, Ireonnani of tIhe Moor, a story of Irelanrd roplrto with exciting lncidoeta and trrro in overy de tail to the popular niovol of thie exciting timulor of ;thlo hIighwaymenr, lleonna of Moor who robbed thIe richl to feeod the Poor. In thir pictrro trhe popular hliuh actor, Barneoy Oilrour, in tho ...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914

IHOLY TRINITY CIHURCIh. The anlnlual tatutory mooting of the parilslionors of Hioly Trinity wat hold last Monllday night, the vicar pruesidlog. Thoro was a largo atioltldanco, and an interasting usousion took place. The various reports and balaneoo shoots woro duly roeoived. The finances of thu pariah are on a very souind basins. Tho olootions resultcd as ollowi :-Vioar's churohwarden, Mr Cololman; pooplo's ohurothwardonr, Meoors Nason and Farmeor; vioar's voatrymou, Meosrs J. V, Greeoon and Walhi; people's ventry moo, Monosrs Hull, Irorris, Willis, Turton, Beorlow and Captain Strikland., The auditors, Messrs Parkee and Loftus wvoro thanked for their servioesand re-loeoted. Among intoroestling suggoations made to the now veatry \wero, at the instance of Captain Strickland, the queution of build ing a ehoir vestry; on a proposal by Mino Simpson, the desirability of abolish ing pow rents; also, theo ideaon of appoint ing a donooness, mooted by the vicar, There was an animated disoussi...

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NORTH STATE SCHOOL. INFANTS ROOM TO BE BUILT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914

NORTH STATE S1COOL. INIFANTd 100M TO I11 BUILT. Mu. Ltumoout M.L.A. Xhaving drawn tho" attcntion of tho North etato school, had boon informed that pIlna havo boon prepared for a new (building for thl infant clannse. Tho doaign will rosombllo tih infanta' dopartment at tho Contral Stato chool, Tniidoru will bo invited at an early dato. Tho eatiwatid coat of the now buil'lin1 ;I, L£4o00

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MAINTENANCE ORDER. TO PAY 7/6 PER WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914

M AINTENANCE ORDEU. TO PAY 7/6 PIIE, WEICEK. M,1r ? olvidge, a young woman, re ciding in Cole streot, yesterday pro. ccedod against Percy Britoo flor the maintonance of an illegitimnate clhild. Mr 1lall appearod for the plaintiff., Thero was no appearalnce of the ldefolant, The informant's case tlhat the child was born on January 2nd, 1)12. Defendant I id paid tlh prmnatornity oxponuou and about 8?5 afterwards, but nothing sinco July lot of last year. lio then went away shearing, but was sow back at the freezing works whoro he was formerly employed, lie earned aboui £3 a woeek, Catherine olvdlgo, miother of the informant, gave corroborativre evidence An order to pay 7/6ti a week and £212/- costs was made and to find a surety of .t20 within sevon dlays or in default uix months imuprisonment.

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KLOSEWITE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914

KLOS1CWITE, Try it noxt washilg day, It proaorvoa the olothoe, It nIloaus no wuashing board, Ibt moanu no rub. It saves timeo, It caveu wear and toear, it will cnvo that tired icolling, iLt will cnvo you tryingl anything else, It boats ovorythlng. JASb IlO & So#o,

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SUMMONS NOT SERVED. PENALTY SET ASIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914

SUPIM O18 NOT SERVED. PENALTY BEIT ASIDE, Ms:ssre Bolton and Lonsdalo yester lday set aside a fine of 20/- with 7/6 coats imnposed on John impson on 17th inet, by the local justices, Simpson was charged by Edward James Rowbotham, of 105 Moray street, South Molbourno, with using obscenco languago Mr 1). C. Lovy, who applied to have the order cset asido, said Simpson was not present in court, thore and boon no service of the snmmono, and de foendant had no knowledge of the charge. On the face of it, the oservico was good, Both men were employed at the workohops, where betweeoon •1000 and 5000 men were at work ; it was served by an articlod clerk of Mr Nolan, solicitor, who wont down to the shops at closing time and told the man in charge he had a summos for a man named SimpRon and throw tho summonu down saying " That is good enough for him." Simlpson, a striker, in the workshopu said he had bee nbrought up by Mrs Ilarris, whoso daughter was married to Rowbotham, and who was now liv in...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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WILLIAMSTOWN PUNT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914

WILLIAMOTOWN PUNT' ULUU. Thle Punt Olub hold a race on ?aturday lasut fo a trophy prosouted by M?eIl U. Pittard and prizot given by tlho club, Right of the nine puntols entered for theo raeoo crossed the starting line, but only two finished the oourso--Chanuce and Young Nativo-ve-in that order. On corrooted tmunes the plaeos woreo re veoreaod. To-day's raoce will be for theo iobsuon's Bay Punt Sailing Oup, presonted by the mombora of the lilobon's Bay Yacht Olub, There will be two races for the Cup. One today and one nexl Saturday, Points as follows will be given to tihe puqts obtaining slet 2nd and lrd.-Throo for 1st, two fur 2nud, and oneu for lrd, The punt obtanling tihe most number of polets in the two races shall win the oup In tohe 6event of two or more puUnt obtaiuing thoosamuo nuumber of points, a roo to decido will taklo place on the Saturday following. Prizce for let. 2nd. and 3rd, will also be given by the Club. The entrioes and handicaps areO: Rival and ?olutlon, scratch...

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STATE SHIPBUILDING YARDS. SHIPWRIGHTS CEASE WORK. DISPUTE WITH BOILERMAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914

ST'IATI SIIIPIUIL)IN?I YARDS, 11I'IPWRIUUTF O{lEA8JE WORK, DILIPUTE WITH BOILICRMAKtIItS, A IrFlEIIENulE of opinion betwooeen tile boilornmalkeors and the shiln wrights om ployed at the 3tato shilpbuilding yards a resultod in a small striko, On Monday a ldozon uhipwrightu cnsedal work, and they dleodll to resume their dution until an undorstanding has boon arrived at with the boilermakers, Mr W, A, Brown, the secrotary of the Port Phillilp Shipwrighllts' Society, on Wednesday intorviewed tie Minis tor for Public Workls (Mr IInagelthorn), and discussed with him the merits of the position, T'he Minister expressed surprioe that the men should tako the drastic cour?e of ceaoning work before eooking an adjustment of their dillicul ties, lieo, howover, coneouted to re coive a deputation from the men and repreoeutatives of the shipwrights' so:iety. The disputeo is not with the manago muont, but betweeoon saections of the workors, The boilormakers claim to po0nc55 the solo right to do certa...

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YACHTING. HOBSON'S BAY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914

HIOBSON'd BAY OLUB. Tho abovo olub will hold a raco tu-day over their ueual courso for tho Carlton 13rowory trophy of £B5/5/-, with a trophy of 22/2/- by Mr 2iuogan for 2nd and 1//-1 by the Club for 3rd, Theo ontrica anil handioapa aro--Nativo, aor,; Mya tory, 6min 30aco; Ripple, 13min ; Juuita, 26min; EleIo 1ollo, 26minu; Moyne, 10 mil; Glonacoo, 1min,

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THE BOILERMAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914

THIa BOILElMAnh ERtl. Tna boilormakeors contend that ship wright work in shipbuilding is becom ing more and more a thing of the past. The ahipwright is being slowly and gently but surely pushed out by the iron workor. The clipwrights at the shipbuilding yards have claimed the right to mark? the holos in an iron plaio that the boilermaker has to punch. Tho boilormaker looku upon this marking as an uterferoonce with his work and a wasto of time, The practioo of the Olydo and the Tyne which is quoted by the oshipwright does not convince the boilormakeor, because he says that is a practice handed do vow from the days of wooden shipo and this is the tday of iron ships. The shipwright still claims tho right to make the moulds, but the boilormnakeor conteund that ihe can makeo his own patterns. The shilpwrights have, in the monutimueo, gone to work repairing the Coogco. -An interview with the Mayor on the subjoot of dry dock acoomerndatlion was published In the "Agoo" on Tlhursday, Counoil...

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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914

S JWIMMIN&'. The divinlg ovont, which ouoncluded the aorien of the boys' colupotitiona for the oilver watch, was contostod on Sun day morlning and reusultcd as followa , 11, Canuer 1, A. SLtobbing 2, 1, Causer ,3. The imal points for the oriaes thorofore woro--l, A, tobbing,' 13; 2, II. Causer, 12, There will be another 55yd racoo for boys to-morrow at 10.30 am, The 220ydn, for the Prosidout' trophy, brought eight startorn to the board, and resulted in a win for B. Canuor, 17noo; A J. Nicol, 8soo. 2; II. Causer, 17Poo, 3. Time 8min 36 2-5 soo. The committoo awardoed a speooial trophy to the value of 10/6 to 1H. Causoer, who was the runner up in both the abovo events; The first event for the ehampionship of the olub was hold on Tuesoday ovening over 5byds, and brought out eight com potitors, Itosult.--IE, hMarrott 1, O. Morrison 2; H, Willian, 3. Time 33 4-5 The 220ydn will be contoeted on Tuee day next at 6 p.m, harp, anud the fiual over 110 yds is billed on tho carnival pro...

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TOWN HALL LOAN. OPPOSITION AT NEWPORT. RESOLUTION IN FAVOR OF A POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914

T?W~ HALL LOAN. OPPOSITION AT NEIWPORT,, IiItOLJUTION IN iFAVOR OF A POLL. I Mr, Williams presided at a publio I meeting of ratepayers held at Lewis' hall, Newport, on Wednesday evening to discuss the Town Hall proposal, Mr Jamces Lydiate said there were eight halls in the town and he doubted if more than two of them were paying, He did not think the time was ripe for the expeonditure of £13,000 on a new Town IIall considering the condition of the roads, footpaths and channels,. A great nmany had yet to lie made and e.en those which were made were not properly kept, Ie did not look upon public halls as a paying proposition and felt satisfied that if the Council waited a while, iperhalps for a year or two, it would obtain a suitablle hall for about half what it cost. Hie moved "That this meeting of ratepayers of Williamstown enter an emphatic pro test against the Williamstowr. Council borrowing the sum of £138,000 to erect a Town IHall and that a plobiscite of the ratopayers be taken...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914

FOOTAL4LL, THiit annual moeeting of the Williatuamtown Football Olub will bo hold on Monday ovouing at tlu Emproset PIvilion. Unusual intoeroast is being taken in the Iaffaira of the club and the meeting promiaea to be full of outhusianm. The nominations for ofieo-boarora cloted on Tuesday. The p)rooat prealdont, eoOretary and trea surer will retire from their respective onflies and will not geool roeeoloetion, but they have boon nominatol for other posiationo in the club. Mr Frank Finegan io unoppoeted at president, also Mr. A, Pel'idoaux, as ecretary, and Mr W. Ilarnlt an atsistant necrotary, For tihe goneral committeeoo nine are atanding for the fivo voaaoics, Mearas Itf, Cox, J. W, Challia, W, Donaldsoun, 11, Ilayc, Geeoo, Muoicha, T. Riloy, UI, RIichardson, J. P., Williams and J, Whitmoro are nominoce, Thrco mombr ra aro required on tho match eommittco and tho following have nomin atOd: II. Barnct, 0. Hopo, J, Moutoith T., loaloy and R. Woatherboiad. For ropretouting thi club a...

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TOWN TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914

TOWN TOPICS. THE " Ago," ill conmenltillng 011 ir Maurice Fitzainurico's preference of Williamulown to Weoa!rnport for a dry dock and ship ropairing yards, says, in its leading column :-" It should bo reomarked, ill connection with the report on Fliuderr bauo, that an excellent opportunity is pr)onuted the Cook Governmuent-isatuming it accolts the British export's advico--to collaborato with the ftato (Government of Victoria for the establishnont of a really adequato and nationally rorvice able dock and ship yard at Williams town. Hithorto the Federal Govern? mont has fought alhy of such co-olpera tion, but sinco it is now obvious that the nieooeds of the nation can be best aorved by fo[toring the growlth of thia particular Stat& utility, and, indeodt, cannot be advantagoously proumoted in any otiher fashion, it is to be holpod that no further reluctance will be domonstrated," It has since boon announced by the " Ago " that tlhe Governmoent intenuds to reopen no gotiationa w...

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BOWLS. WILLIAMSTOWN, 82. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914

BO WLS. W\ILIAMSrowN, 82, off, Ogdoun Valliun, FPowlor A. 9 'orgusonR,R, FowlorP, Mill, (ravoll 27 Down, Manudoraou, Jonous, Bradloy ... 25 Lonadalo, Compton, 11, iok, \Villig .,. 21 MlooNs~ PONDi, 113.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914

Don't Miss Your Opportunities. *. "E3 -g-y . 1.. 0 In all Departments. Right throughout our Stores we are throwing out Genuine SBargaine, Pay us a visit-you will not lose by it. C, T. KEIG & C O., 11-i7 FRusoON ST. W. EA)AY & (0O U DRAPERS, MGERCER~S C. 2833 ELSON PLACE, WILLIArLSTOWN, OUR CABhl PlI00ES Eugineers' Shirts, navy and black, morcerituod with o. & p., 2/6 Whito Touniu Bhirts, with o, & p., 1/i1, 2/11 and 8/11 Men's Bracou, 6d,, lj-, I/O, 1/0, 111, 3/0 Men's Sex, 41d., 56 , Od, /d, 1/, 16 and 1/11 Men's Underwear, Singlots and Paunt, 1/· 1/.8, 1/, 1/11, 2/11, 4/6, 56/0 Fashion thirts, 211, Ii/11, 4/11, 5/11, Bilk Shirts, 1i0 Oveoralols, 2/6, 3/6, 8/11, Worling Shirts, 1/11, 2/6, 3/6 Ladies' Black Hoo, plain, ribbed, laoo and omUbroidory, 66 to 1/11: Cashmero, 11- to 2/3, Liunen Collars, d6, Long Lislo Glovoes, in blaokl, white and boeaver, 6d to 2/6 Ohildren's Hoso, Black Box, 3d6; Throo-quarlter Hosea d, 7jd, 1/. Black, Tau and OrCaum Cash...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914

M UNDIER, NIIW MANAGMIILLVENT .vou YACHT CLUB HOTEL l0elson Place, Willianston, The Loading House AND One of the Beat Appointed out of Melbourne. Within a ofew minutes of Piers, Steamors, Beach andjSouth Statloun, and Bath s! 1,alf.an-hour from Oity by Bon or Rail. Afl hiAtoo1n ATION IFOR TUERiC 1 A YVIIO'1RB 18 VYERY BUPERIOR. SPAOIOUS oLUB ROOM, HOT mnd COLD I~A'LtS. BILIAhlR?DS, LUNCHEON from 1 till 2. 111 Meala One Shilling., Telephone 70 (Williaitutowv EL,). FfrANK FIN.EGAN, Proprietor. SAMU EL SPR Y'S SHOE STOREIS. R. d. WA MAN, PAropT rietor, Nelson Place, Williamrntown. (Near Yacht Olub Hiotel.) wooos' 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 profits and quick returns moan a saving to Purchasers. Havi purchased at a Big l)iscount for Cash the Well-assorted, New Stock...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914

The ropair of tho atoam forry has beoo delayod owing to the diftloulty of getting a dry dock. The steamer Cuogoo has occuplod the Graving dock; a vessel rooolving now ongidea has boon in the floating dook and the ways are not yet laid for Moasra Grays' slip on which the keol of a bargo is receiving the framou. The angle iron on the ferry has boon bout in no iany places that the extent of her lujurioe may not bo fully soon oven wheo in dook. It is foared she has boon atrained and may develop further trouble whon put to work, The ferry hau beeo six years in commiialon, hav ing started running in November 1007. The decioion of the Williamatown magsitratce in the notion brought by John William Groonoy, of Williamatown, agalnst F, J. Ogden, town olerk, of the EIplanado, Willlaumtown, for troepasi on Grooony'u proporty, wans ot aside by the Chief Juatico in the Practice Court on Wednesday, and the oaeo waa remitted to the Williamatown Court, The property on which the treepant was allegod ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914

Dotht. BRADY,-Accidentally killed on Friday, Oth February, William Thomas Brady, aged 33 yoara, boloved husband of Mrs W. T, Brady, and father of William and James Brady, of Albert stroot, Windsor; also son of Mr and Mrs Phillip Brady, and brother of Torenooo, Edward, Roso, Kitty and Bride Brady, eot Morwoll, RI.P. Doroavoiaont. COOP,-Mr G, 0oop and Family dosiro to return their sinceo tanks to their many kind friends for expressions of sympathy received during their rocent sad boarvoumont.-DBritol Hotel, Ntl, Williamstown. GUNN,-Mra. L, 0, aunn and Family desire to tender their sincoro thanks 0o ihoir manny Maind Ir?onca for tlhna kind oxproaslods of sympathy, tolo. grams, oards, letters, and floral tributes in their recent sad boreaveeout, eapcoially thankinu Dr. RElor, Rov, R. Murray and Rov. F. Mason for their kind attention, "Louiovillo," Pasco Stroot, Williamatown, In Momorlnm, DOHERTY(noo Andeorson).-In sad and loving memory of my dearly beloved Daughtor, Ada Maude, who died ...

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RESULTS OF LAST SATURDAY'S JUNIOR MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914

ILsUL'ir; OF LAST SATUII)DAY'a JUNIOII MATOn. - Thiotlo 7 for 77 (Oaldwell 83, Dunn 18, Stowart 15 ; Rumosll 5 for 28, including hnt trick, Carpontor, 3 for 18) v, Colling wood Calodoniano 02, The matoh wil bo 3onoludcd to-day. O,Y.M.S. 00 nud 8 for 70, A. Orowo 24, 'womoy 17, Abbcrton 20, T. Counory 5 1.o. ; Abborton 8 for 20, Conuolly 3 'or 20, W. Crowe 4 for 11 and J. Coanery uor 8 v. Ynoht.Club lteol, '1 un? U for 30, Caao 21 and 10, Ashford 20 and 13, McKouzio 12 ; Ahford 11 for 72, E. Bushbridge 3 for 48 and Finogan 1 fir 12. To-day the Yacht Club Hotel Crickeot Club play thb Dovoro on tho Marlot roeorvo, The following will represent tho Yaoht Olub.--Ahhford, HiggR, Bain, huohbridgeo 2, Litochlold, O'llalloraa 2, Ocao, McKouzio, ?Fincgan, Warren, Elliott, and MoDonald.

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