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CRICKET. WILLIAMSTOWN v. ELSTERNWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914
CRiuCK'ET. WILLIAMSTOWN v. ELSTIltNWIOK, At Elatornwiclr, Williatuatown wort dofeated on tho firat nfuings by 98 runH, their acoro beoing 1(;6 again?st 261.. A featuro of the matoh wai tha tluo batting by N Milla, who compiled 80 out of the abovo ooro, Anudrowa, a now playor, hit up 18 nicoly, and Percy Wataon'u batting waa brisr, flivo 4's being inoludod In hila 26. A, Milll did aomou good bowl ling on aturday, Ltwvo for 3 and throo for 0 boing his averagoc. Sooroa: Wl I?LI.\ MsTIO\\'N, -~Fivtet IuningR, A. Mills, caught ., ....., 12 N, Milla, caught ., ,,,,, 80 A. MoShauno, bowled ... ... 2 S. Mitcholl, oaught... ... ... 6 P'. Watuon, caught ... ...,,, 26 A. Carponteor, caught ... . O 1. Audrown, caught .... 18 V, Uladetono, bowled .. ., , 12 A. W. Ford, howled .. . 0 E. Outon, not out .... 6 J. lIott, abont ......... 0 dundrica ... ......... 1 Total ... ... ... ... 166 EL.'i?R IN WICti, hirat iuuninga ... ..., ... 261 Sooond Inuuiug. Throo wickoet for .. ... ... D
TOWN COUNCIL. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914
T-OWN COUNCIL. TUESDAY, EDILRUATLY 17th, PREl?eNt' ; Onra lIiston (Mayor), Neal, Troganowan, Joscphoon, I)Duncan Bol ton, Iloriot, Byrno, Gravcll, and Chandleor. LETirtS flaCaBVRD, The Board of Works replied that the rcquest for water main in lfurlson's sltreet antd HIomo road and Mr l.ampe's request for extenaion of water main in D)ouglan paradeo couldl not bho attended to, MIr Lampo's work would bo undertaken if he paid £1453, (Langh tor) Mr J. D. McGregor appliedl for iorminiion to carry lirearmis as Ie had to take chargeo of wages for men at power station. Granted, Mr A, Fredmnan complaiolno that ro fumro wan not binig removoeldfrom his shop. lIo wan toll paplern would not he removed, though he had an ac cumulation for six month (s, Tlihe Mayor rnsaid the matter would obe attendedl to. 'IThle Board of Work agroeed to lay water main in IAlton stre:et. It was agreed to havo a pIillar hydrant in the centre. lrsgeanit Curtin reported that ice cream carlts did not now do Iusiness in ...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914
COIRIlSPONI)IiNCIE ~V? e t do 1ot ?cv~marily itoiatify rcr,.&lt;h, w.I , thL,: opiiolln ox?plield by our cl oriA) polhldotls. TOWN HALL1 SITE, To the Editor of the "AdvClrtiSeI." Sl,--I favor the drillroogm site a' cinlg near the railway station alld chllOe to the junction of the South Centre tld North wards; hut 1 do not sec why the vacanit land slhould cost , 1200) lThe dtrillromn, I lrcSumc, would not he interfered with so lolng as the I)cfclncc department required it, As I unlderstandtl it, the Iro)ositiou is that lit. Counlcil aboldth ',dke the" drillionml in xchaligeC 1for1 the COlIImltw\Vcalth 1C stcve aite which it stultlondered to the department.- You s, IEXCLjANGE,
NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914
NOTES OF THE WEEK, -There are 1000 men employed at the power station works. -Mr. A. II. Johnson is not seooking reo.election as socrotary of the Williams town Football Club, -Petitions on the Town Hlall jquoaution will be presented to the Coulnoil on Taosday evening, -Mr Lommon intends to interview tile Mayor with a view a to a deputation on the dry dock quaestion. -A number of mon pormanuoently uem ployed at the shipbuilding yards oaunot obtain houses in the town, -A novelty in the way of "A Willianiue town Derby" will be introdueod at the swimming matches next Saturday. -Mr F, Woods has boon appointed secretary of the Williamlstown lhathing Company Ltd. vico Mr Porcy Watson, resigned. -Mr A. W, Hlick announces that ha has taken over the luanagoulont of Messre Morgan, Gunu and Co.,, Nolson. plaeoo. -The steamer Williamutown will run to Luna Park at a quarteor-to-eight noxt Thursday evening, Faro, IdO return in eluding admission to the PaIrk, -The monthly inmooting of the Hiorti. ou...
THE BEACON LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914
TliLE IWACON LODGiE, ----~-4 - a'I cw lbat Idald(a of (God l'o.emplare colobrated its 20th nnaiversary on 'lhuriday evening withla' baniuet held at the l'Tomploranco hall, 'Tha chair watl occulpiCd by Orand Secretary RIoborteon, Mr Moore proposed the " Ileacon lodge," Air Ward, G,V.C., responding. Bro. Crouch, G.W,, proposed " Kindlred societica " and representatives of the Rechabitoe, eons of tomlp?orance and W,C.T,U, re fPOnICed, )DolCgates from Richmond and lFooticray lodges atteniided. A prograuuon of munic and rocita tionlls wal 5 1ppli:ed by Mn'daliOes Fair. child, LFrost, Mliteus Wuight, Evans, Wobsler, Alsars lligginson, Rogers, TI, Ward, and the jubleeo qluaztet,
GENEROUS INFORMANT. PAYS DEFENDANT'S FINE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914
CEEIIOUS INFOlMANTi, PAYS DI~i'ENI)D.NT' IhINE. Criuit, Bogble, a driver, was yeaoutrday cbhargedl, befolre Mesars lioltois and Londaleo, with annaulting Albort I. Morris, a ganger oeimployed at the Power station. Tho informant said on 2,th inlet. ho was in chargo of work at the bottom end of North road where dofendant was in chargo of a dray bolonging to somo one else, Wituos noiticedl that he had no shovel and was borrowing another driver's ahovol. IIe told himn to got anothoer shovel or else take the itray avay. )Defendanl, who was or throw him and wouldi not gRot out of way, A tolophonie mo?sage was oint for theo police, Dofondlant had donio no oserious damago and hald ninco ox prouseod regrot for Ilis conduct, Wit noses alied thati the accusedl bo dealt withl leniently. Sergeoant Ourtin--I it usunal to have drunolen moln employed on theso works ? Witnoes--No ; but there are lo tweeon 0 anid 60 men in the gang aind seominetimot tLhey got ldrunlik ast the Strant hlotml. Constable...
MESSRS GRAY BROTHERS. THE STRIKE DECLARED OFF. WORK TO BE RESUMED ON MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914
MESSRS GRAY BROTHERS, TIlE STRIKII DEOLARED O'F. YORK TO DE RESUMED ON MONDAY, HI utrilo at Meosro G-ray Brothero eor somo forging (]ono by Mr Jamoea ray for theo larbor Trout hao heon ottle nd and work will be raiiumed on donday. 'lThe leaders of tIhe uniona on:ider the men1 were too p)ecil)itatc n their action anld iale too late, They 1hould havo obijected before the work vaa dono and they hould have takenoi 0ome advice aa to thle boat cours? to lura11(o u)on linding tlhat tihe work had 0oen dlone without their kluowledgoe. A coiforle llce ws hiold 01on Tliura lay and it waa roeolved to rc[um1o work on Monday morning,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914
FBRtat sBRVIta. WILLIAMSTOW~ TO POT M~ELBOURNE. SU1~¶IER TIME TABLE. -Weather and other clrcumstancos permitting- Promni Gem Pier Williantutown Week days: 6,35 am, 8.5, 3,35, 85, 035, 10.5, 10,85, 11.85, 12.35 p.m 1.35, 2.5, 2.35, 3 5, 3.35, .1,5, 4.85, 6,0 Sat, t only, 5.15, Sat. exc. 5 35, 6.5i, 6.35. 8undays,-Half-hiourly from 1.35 p.m., to 6 35, p,m, From Port Melbourne Week days': 7,0, a.m. 3.30, '0.0, 0 30, 100, 1030, 11.0,12,0, Sat. exc. 12,1,; St, only, 1.0 p.m. .2.0, 2.30, 3.0, 3,30, 1.0, 4,30 5 0 Bat, only, 5 15 8at. oe., 5 30, 9.0, 1.30, 7,0, 8undaye,-HIalf-hourly from 1 p.m to 7 pm, FARES-Williamtustown to Port Melbourne, 3d, single; Gd, return Children IHalfpricc, VWeekly Tickets, 1/0; Monthly Tickets, 9/. MELBOURNE FERRIES Pry, Ltd,, Collins IHouse, Melbourne, The North Williamstown Corner Stores, Timbr anid Firewood Yards, Try oGarner Ferguson stroot and Railway plaoe Also Railway Siding, FOR BUILDING MATERIAI, of every descrlption, Hardwood, Jarral Palings, VWeatherb...
NEWPORT ASSAULT CASE. LIFE LONG ABSTINENCE [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914
NEWPI|ORT ASSAULT CASE, LIBE LON( ADSiTNISNOEl ILROM DRIINIING AND GAMIIBLIND ?,I, IA. 'Tholman nrotnallnu, of ifankii. lin. stroot, Nowport, whar-laboumor, with ono prior conviction, waV fouitd guilty of nasault occasioning actual bodhly harm and camo blforo Judge Eaglonon for sontenco on Monday lant, Hio was allowed hiu liberty on finding a surety of £50 to bo of good bIohavior nod to abstain from inltoxicating liquor and gambling for thio rest of his life, lie was also directed to pay £25 to theo rown towards tho cost of his trial, Mr Mfaxweoll asked for a reduction of tho bond, ano tho condi. tions woro frighltfully stringent, and it would bo very eas:y for liresiman to err unwittllingly. ,tJudgo Eagloeon re. tumsed to accedet tIo t reque?nt, Ie wanted othiors to realitme tho terrible consellumncoes of it,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914
V,IC. AUTUMN MuETING, TAl; prinolpal ovoent tI o I docidod to-day jo the Nownarkob IHandicap, of oix fur luonga, This iu conuidorcd to bo oerc of tho hardosat Ihandioap races in Austra lauia to annox, At tho time of writiog, porhapa this yoear's ovount would appoar moro opon than any of ita prodccosaoa. Sovoral horuos aro trooly mnoutioned as having real good chanceu, tho moat populr lpiok being Gold Brow, Oidor, Nuwarra Jlllya, Aloconor, Jolly Ilioggar, lrattlo, Mountaiu Princout, Widgiowa and R(athloa, Porhapa the following four may furnioh the placlniogu, viz : 1 GOLl)D BEW or WIDICIIWA 2 RATULIEA 3 BIATTLE Other LEvouta Widdon I, Portlook 2, The Vot 8., Br, LEurotr -. Iadnor or Audoloaia, S?lBus' PonI)U'I TAKEliH- 'l'raquotto or Worak, Van Biono, E'!OSFNDON BTAl'li?a aa Princeo or AudacIty, Harpitt. BRUNIIN\vWIC(K STAKES - Moritus 1, Atora 2, Uki 3. AUSTRALIAN CUP, BEA PRINCE or AUDACITY, SIT. VANO. %Auctimns. PIItIAIMINARY NOTOIC. TUIESDAY, MAiROI 10th, At 2 o'clock on tho Prom...
OLD MAN, FINED TEN POUNDS. COMPLAINT BY GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 February 1914
OLID MAN,FINED TEIN POUNDS. COMPLAINT BY OIRtS1, JoHn Evana, an oldeorly man, retiding at White itreet, South I?icihmiondt , and omployld an a laborer at the electric power ltation, Spotawood, appeared before Meoovr Orr and Wymark on Tueeday at tlihe Court of Petty Seaione charged with being a rogue andl a vagabondl anl with wilful expoeure on the Gem pier on Friday 20th inet. Sub inspector Jones proaccuted and Mir L'Estrange appeared for the accused. Florence Paquoot, aged 1;, residing at the corner of Ann and Coecil atreete, ldepoted that shae wani on the G(m pier before noid-day in comnljany with Evolyn Ifynca and a man nan(d d. ln fold on Friday 20,h inet, Mr Punfold was tiehing andl accused came up to him and akedl him if o he had caugliht anything and wheu the next bLat left for Plorit Molbourne. Afterwards, an they were piaaring thhe holther thed on the pier, to the drinking fountain, they aw tihe accuedl there, and again when they were coming back. T'hey colplantued to Mr Pl...
WEDDING. MR WILL COOK TO MISS DOLLY THOMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 March 1914
\YEDDIING. MR WILL COOK TO MISS DOLLY TILOMP3ON. Tnu marriugo of Mr WYill Cook, youngont son of Mr J. Cook, of Oargato, Noril road, Nowport, to MiOs Doily Thompson, oldout daughtor of Mr T. ThOIm)pson, of " Thoroloy," Osborne streot 1Yilliams town, wan colebrated at Holy Trinity Chureh, on Wednooeday, 21st January, by thu Rov. 1. Lynch. During thU servicO Mias Rita lurniston ng " g How Lovely aro thu I)wollingei,'' and Miso lirowno prosidod at the organ. The Misses May !1'hompaoII and Trixio Jouhutono woro the bridosmaidi and thu heat mwn Mr Curtis with Mr A.' homplIson as groonlluuan. Aftor tlo ceromuony a reception was hold at thu McOhanics' Hall, followed by weddling tea, and lator Mr and Mmr Thompson loft for their honnymoon at Mt. Lofty 'thoy will on their return rosido at Otborno stroot, and will be "st hlomo " on Thuooday 10th Marhli. IN a cortain pariah lI thu Nortlh of IEng. land the following nation was posted on thu church gatoe: -'A tripe suiLper will bo hold on Uiaturda...
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 March 1914
Tlf; uoooud event lor the club ohalulpion sfip over 220 yds, wos coulonstd on Tueodcy oveniug nud was won by C. Morrison in 31 wiun. ll0 2.Ls,, A. J, Nichol, 2 11, Caeeor, 3. The wcter was extromoly rough. The pointe to-date aro-C, MNorison 7, E, Marrott 4, A. J, Nichol 1, 1I, William 2, 11. Oauer 2, Thu opon i5 yds, on Suoday morning tcurso tod 0 startoers aud rosulted in a win for W. Couch, A. 3. Nichol '2, T, Ilutolmnson I; timno 40 3-Ieoo. To-day is the day umpon which the minds and intoroetu of our local swimmord have beon focussed for muonthis past, All have undergono very careful preparation cnd each ouo is confident of being a winnor, The picco-do-roiustanoo of this altor imooun' progranmuio is the final ovent for the OlCub chlampionsillp, 110 ydu., for which the votoran O. Morlson holdu a substantial lo(d in points. A miost amiuiag novelty has boon Iu trojuood by thie ontorprising committc, of omr lobel club in the " 'Willianmatown D)orby"-Lhfe atoods being of weed cud the ...
YACHTING. WILLIAMSTOWN PUNT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 March 1914
YACHITING WILIAAMhTOWN PUNT CIUtI. T'ho tIrti of two raoot for thuo 1U.L0t.. Oup wati hold las nti u trday, whon ton punts, iuoludiog the Wild Wavo, from 1ort Mobourno, startod. Thu Ilytoinlth (h00ao) thitioahoi let, Calthon (4miu 1toao) 2ud, tad Rival (tor) 3rd, oltooly followod Iy Swift, On oorrottetl Limsoc, the ltt, '2nd tnid 3rd places wore filled roetpoo tivoly by Hyacuith, SwiRt mid Cathoti, To-day thu eoound raco for .th clup will bh hold, uatrting fronm thu ILB.Y.C. joely at 3 pitt, over the atimo courso al tialledl bat wook, JIaodicpt:-i lival and iolution, nor; H1ytoiuth, u00;oo Clwnoo, ltin [loo; aitoti, 2min 353soa; Catthou, 4miit 10f00; Bwift, limi ; Rip, 16min Native Latn, 18uln; TwiukIor, lOnit 4000oo; Wild Wttvo, ter.
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 March 1914
FOOTJBAiLI, Toi anneal mooling having pasecd off saccctwnully the nowly-olatod coannittoo got intto hlarnosa immodlately and wern greatly aided in their proliminary work hy tite e(licioett condition in which the out going oummit co had loft the buleuoas of the previous year. The must impor tant qtuostion wat tito olootion of seven working vioc-proidoettts to aid the ontn. mittoo and ftoer an xbahttstive ballot elastra T. Riley, A. II, Joluson, H. Gox, It. D. Hayos, H, March, V. Martin tnd J. Gray woro elected. Owing to thie nason starting onrlior tltis year than usuanl overy effort is bnittg mttado to Itave thie tnoetttorn' tickoet avail ablo durintg noxt week. This being the jubilco year of tho cltb a rooord mete tersltip in anticipatet, antd, with thle introdttction of a first-class coach, it is expeoted tio team will be a very good one, Rogret haa been expreoaod at the ptroposed rutirtttnntt of Mr A. Iloitulau as captaitt and player, Thle ollioial flxttres for the Willitttna town...
RESULTS OF LAST SATURDAY'S JUNIOR MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 March 1914
IRI:ULTH OFr LAST BATURIDAY'H YUNIORI AfATouIs, 'Thiiitio 120) iond 1 for 16 (Carpontor 28, Choooly 14, Ilum 16 not out u; tusoll 7 for 24, Iluino 2 for 7) boat Collingwood Odludonlane 02 and 48, O.Y.M.H. 30 (P. MillI 34, Twoinoy 27; Bpillano 6 for 16) boat 1Port Molbourno ;16, Yacht Club hIotol O.0. 158 (MoKouvio 44, Iluabrldgo 24, Litohflold 24 not out, Onao 18, Ohlalloran 14) boat Dovora 81. luipoiiala IS znd 8 for 120 (Woinor 27, Caldorwood 23 and 18, MoNib 40, Lowo 30, titono 10) boat Nuggota 78 inod 6!,
V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING ANTICIPATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 March 1914
VIl(.C, AUTUMAN 5'lli'rlNC, -------- --- --- Q - ANTIOlPATIONd. It0lii 1hllindicap. Tupin l1; Mint aii u c 2, 11mInieoJ 3. Giboln Carmiolmol.- Dowborry or IRautyga, Nuxboryy, Northlcu liaudion. -.- M?ortiuu I, Atura 2, Elthlit 3, Steuolloolitifio-, Vai'itald or' 'T'into, P1'ldda. Chaupioii Stako.- - Iftdiuor 1, Walllao b2, Prizofighturt 8 FILrowoll liuitlioIap. RatRhloa or Avuruo, Aloounuor,
SECOND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 March 1914
3lECOND EAL VEN. At B'iouuoriiy, 'Towin Roirund oIovenI diclunieuod tho houio trin fir 122, Kerr r fur 27, (k. (lidatonos I for 311, Walton 2 for 21, n(d 1)aviU 1 I for 25 tuiking the wicketa. Wllliaustown reapondod with 173 for the hems of 4 wlakots. (1. (lind atonsn 74 inot out, and Walton 41 (ui I's) hattod in splendid stylo, and 13lrd (25) had only two tulegiCe in his score.
COUNCILLOR McNEILAGE. ACCORDED A SEND OFF. ON HIS DEPARTURE FOR AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 March 1914
COUNCILLOR MCNEILAGE, AOOORDED A BEND OFFI~ ON 1HI DEPARTURE FOR AMEIRIOA, AT the conclusion of the Council busi ness' on Tuesday evening a send off was tendered to Councillor McNeilage ab Woods' cafe by the Mayor. The gathering assembled at half past nine and broke up at about half past eleven, In proposing the health of Coun-. cillor McNeilage, the Mayor said their guest entered the Council seven or eight years ago, The position, perhaps, was not an enviable one, for council lors when not accused of masterly in activity were assailed with vehement and vitriolic criticism when they attempted to do anything important, The Coun cil was a taxing body and its members received no honorarium. Ile knew of no jobbery that had been perpetrated in the Council and no increase in the rate was proposed. The last loan floated by the Council had been followed by the removal of 600 houses from the town and had produced no development. It was now asked that thi. Council should borrow to make certai...
CRICKET. WILLIAMSTOWN v. FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 March 1914
UCuICKET. WILIIlAMiTOWVN v, FOOTSOtRAY. ON thle lcl ground, he the tri oloven mob Pootiiiray, and having drat nao of a olocd wiokot, nookhed up 173 in two and a half Iioiirii. Percy Watnoe wus lop corjer with 40, wvhich, atrango to say, did iott inolude a aiiglo houindary hit. Ourpcn- a tor 33, Mitcholl 27, Androws 21 and Ford a 20 (not out) aluai batted well against good I howling, Footuaray loat five winkeota for 41 rune in an hour, MeShiano (3) and Androwa bning the uioooiecanl bowlore, floorca: WIrLlAMnTowN.c:.n-Iit IUniega, A. Millm, bowloed ,,.., .. 12 N, Milla, caught ......... 0 S. Mlitcholl, howled.... .. .. 27 P. W\ataon, atuinpedl .... .,, 40 A. Melohiane, bowled ... ,,, 14 It. Anidrowa, bowled ...,, 21 W. Arnold, howled *, ... 0 Ii', Eulgoiir, niulid....... .....5I A. (larnontor, bowled ... .. 33 A. WV, Forrd, not out .,,,,..,. 20 S, Outoii, liowled ... ,,,,, O Sundry , .. ...., 1 Total ... ... ,.. 173 I0oo0ORscAY, Irirat luninga, S wiokots for...,. 44 Howlinig.-MoShanoe...