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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 March 1914
Death. FORSTER.—On the 23rd February, at Porland road, Queenstown, Adelaide, Amelia Mary (Millie), (also infant daughter), the dearly beloved wife of John Forster, and daughter of the late George Cook, of Twyford street, Wil- liamstown, aged 42 years. Deeply regretted. In Memoriam. TITTER.--In Loving Memory of our darling little daughter Clarissa &nbsp; Edith, who passed away on 5th &nbsp; March, 1909. Our little pet. Gone where endless summer shineth, My darling has gone where all is love; &nbsp; Peaceful on the Saviour's bosom &nbsp; Nestles now my snow white dove. &nbsp; —Inserted by her loving Parents, J. C. and E. Titter. SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1914.
WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
\VIL4IAMSTOWN THUATREI A highly divorting and entortaining programino haa boon given at the Theatreo during the wook, A ericet of picturms of the cowboy annual r. und-up of Pondloton and Orogon gavO a comlpro hontivo idea of the wondortul and daring ]lorromanabhip of the weoll-lunown figuro, the Woatorn Aumorioun cowboy, Other drmuntio anti comeody pieturta of a high utaudard wore alano srconod, Jim Maok, billed an Auatralia't' champion ball ptlnohor, gave luom very olover oxhlibi tiona of hia akill, whilst Harry Coylo atnmuod with comicj outgg. In to-night'a programmnuo, Signor La Oruta will appoar and play classical violin aolto0 with harp accolpatlinlotlo, The Zoroni hIro , a team of athlotoa will protont for tih tiet otimeo their novel upooialty. Thu principal ploturoe attae tton is a l.recol opocial Ettngliall produe tion, ontitled "TheI MA:tor Crook,' toll ing a thrilling detoetivoe tory. Other cubjoota inludo to the Gauont Graphio, At the Sign of the Lattt Angol, Priooe of Hu...
WILLIAMSTOWN PUNT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
WILLIAMl8TOWN PUN' OLUIl. The tecond event for the Cup was cailod on Saturday, the llyaonth (Hailed by W. Kitohon) again winning, ilniihing over olght mhinutoe ahead of tho acecond boat to comploto the courdo, As Mlr W, Kitchen hasl now won both ovonts, ob itating the poseibloaix pointH given, the oup will now become his property, and will bo prcaonted at the general mcceting of the club on Monday night, To.day'a race will be for a trophy preaonted by Mir W. Parkor, with aceond and third prlecs by theclub, lHandleaps: --Hyacinth, ccr ; Rival, lmni 40oo0; Solution, 5min 30le ; Chance, 5min; Ganott, 5min ; Cathon, 7'lin M0Joo Swift, Orin 338a ; Killara, 18min 400o ; Twinkler, 20min : Native Lace, 20min; Wild Wavo, 10tin,
YACHTING. ANNUAL LADIES RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
YA CITING. ANNUAL LADIES' RAE., To.day the abovo Club will hold their annual ladios' race, tarting from (omn pier, thonoo to moat oaatorly awliging buoy off Port Melbourne and black buoy off Broakwator pier, throo timoa round, The boata will carry only fore and alt canvas, no balloon aails being allowed, and will also start olf their handicap times, The following are the ontricas and handicapa :-Ida, 25 min ; loeneoo 21 ; Admiral, 21; Valoria, 10 ; Meyno, 10 ; Elaeio 1ollo, 18 ; Jutita, 18 ; Ripple, 10; Britannia, 8 ; Ohanuoo, 8 ; lyatory 5 ; Native, corateh.
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
b'1 WIM1MHIING. AS tho Willi itmtown Dorby was pro noutIced to ho uttioh Iln ullqualiotid 1tao cous at ;aturtlay'sI carnival it will bo folhlowd on Tuotday ovoing by tho 'G(randt Autttraliatt Champion Stakes" over 110 yds, at 6 p,m. Open to all club lonOlbora, To-mttortrow mornin g a Iloys' (onsolatioun Itac ovor 66 yds will be hold at 10.;0, and at 11 thoro will bo an opou 220 yds.
DATE OF REHEARING. FIXED FOR FRIDAY AT CITY COURT. GREENEY v. OGDEN AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
DATE OF IEIIEARING, ----0--- FIXED FIOR FRIDAY AT CITY COURT, GREENIEY v. OGDEN AND OTHERf. Beroun Mr G. Road Murphy, P,M., on Thursday afternoon the list for adiudication included J. W. W rooney, v F. Ogden (2), F, Hart (2), II, Council (v), A. Ogden, J, Ogden, G, M, Ogden, C Griffiths (2) and J, Grifliths on charges of trespass. Sergeant Curtin said he understood theo parties desired to have the cases heard at the City Court on a date to be fixed, There wore thirteen casoes. Mr Mlurphy- I would sooner deal with thenm at the local court which is the proper place, but as it is a very technical matter and the local justices do not wish to hiar them, I will be willing to hear them in Melbourne next Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock tf both partics desiro it, Mr F,. J. Ogden said counsel ap pearing in the cases desired the hear ing to be in the city and lie had no objection. But Tuesday would not suit him,. Mr Murphy-Then we will fix Friday 20th inst., at three o'clock,
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
JF'OO IBA LJ. Noxt T'usday. Training boegins. Moaser' Palmor (hladltrainer),Weahour head and W. Hydo appointed traluors for the season. AMr Roitman is to cmtinuo as bootman to tho club. The appointmeou of a coach will re coivo conuidor,tion on Tuetsday evening. A numbor c( moelallious loft over from last soason havo boon made into hat pins and aro to boe old at a roaaonablu price, This soason's modallions aro in courso of preparation, MIombora' tickotr voreo issued during thto wook and may bo obtatiniod from momln bers of the committoo, Every penny obt Iin d:1 triou the slo of Inljbomra' liokltos bolllitat the flnds of the club, This is not so with the gato mnnoy-the club it only on'i:lod to a porcoulago. Ily paying nixpencn per ul:ttch, it Jc tsa 9/- to witn..esa all the matchtes played by a c'nb prior to the so1mi inalls-- a muombora' tiokot may be purohasod for iil- and carries botter privilogoa. To facilit?to tlhe printingt of the lit of donors il the I uta annual roport a nusll...
A CASE REHEARD. ALLEGED OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
A CASE REHEARD. ALLEGED OBSOENE LANGUAGEI, AnIRED) Simpson, a striker, employed at the Workshops, and residing at Antonio's hotel, Flinder's street. wa: charged before- Mayor and Mesors Bolton and Lonsdalo yesterday with using obscene language. IHe was represoented by Mr F. Stephen. The plaintiff was E. J. Rowbothanm an I he was to have boon represented by Mossrs Nolan and Nolan, but do cided to dispense with legal assistance, The alleged obscene language arose out of a statement alleged to have boon made by Simpson to another Workshops employe, Alexander Mc Donald, of McKay. street, 8oddon. When taxed with the statement, do fondant used the word. complained of. Mr Stephon said this case had boon reheard because the summons in the previous case had not beeoon served. ,It was given to somebody at Newport who was apparently not obliged to look up the defendant. The defence was that the words complained of were not obscene and that the forgo at which they were used was not a public pla...
BOWLING TOURNAMENT. B. RINK WINS ITS SECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
UOWLING TOURlNAM?lNT. B, RINK WINS ITS SECTION, AiiouT 100 p1oruons attended the Bowling groon on Tuesday evening to witness the final in the twenty four rink gas light tournament initiated by the Club, The play off was between Munro, secretary of the Association, associated with Richards, Marsh, and Brown of the Victoria rink, against, tHurgess, Uompton, 1H. Hick and Willis (captain) of the Williamstown rink, The visitors proved victorious after a keen game. The Preaidont of the Club, Mr Jamoea hall, prcaonted a cheque to the winning team and exproesed grati fication at the large entry that had been attracted and the close games that had been played. IIe would, of course, have preferred to see his own club successful, but was nevertheless pleased to see it fighting out the final, Mr Munro congratulated the club on the tournament and complimented the energetic secretary of the club, nir D, Gravoll, on the excellbnco of arrangements anditho pleasant spirit that had prevailed, 4 Mr Wi...
CRICKET. WILLIAMSTOWN v. FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
WlhIAhMSTOWN V. FOOTSCLIAY. ON the looal ground, the first olovon maot with a nurpriuo last S?tturday, for aftor Itaviug five of the FloIotsoray out for 44 runs, they wore dofe;atd by 2D runs. Altholugh ' tunrio " loomicd large, the wikotlkoopor (Mitoholl) was in no way to blamo, as, for one thing, MoShalto was no-balled no fewer than ioght tlmne for going over the lino, Coming on late, Normani Mills secured the boat avertago by taking Ith lasti two wlokots for 1 run. In the quarter of an hour loft for play, 'I'own lost two wickets for 7 rune in their second inniung. Booros:- WHir, AMa ro\N,-Firat Innings, A. Mills, bowled .. ... ... 12 N, Mills, caught ... ... ... 0 5, Mitcholl, bowled... ... ... 27 P. Watsont, tupeod... ...,,... 40 A. McShane, bowled ....., 14 It, Androw, bowled .. ,,. 21 W, Arnold, bowled ...,. ... 0 i', Kilgour, stltupod e.. ... .. 5 A. Carponter, bowled ... 33 A, W, Ford, not out ... ...... 20 1,. Otiton, bowled ... .. ,,, 0 Sundry ,,, ... ... ... 1 Total ........
WEDDINGS. DIHM — SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
WEDDINGS. DIRM -SMITH. AT Obriet Church, Newporb, a very protty wedding took place on 4th Marcth, when the vioar, Rev. C, W,. Ration united inl the bonds of Holy Matrimony, Mr A, V. Dihm, of Footaoray and Bertha, youngost daughter of Mr T. R. Smith, of Nowport. The bride was daintily at. tired in white o boeaed voile with veil tasteofully worked by her siator, She entered the church carrying a prayer book, 'on the arm of her father, attended by Miss G, Dihm as bridesmaid, who woreo a dress of white voile and carried a bouquot of dahlian and formn, The bridogroom was supported by his brothor, Mr O, Dlhm, being best man, his brother groomsmnan. The guestu thou adjournod to the rosidonoo of the bride's parents, when the usual toasts were honored, the vioar proposing the health of the happy couple
LODGE MEETINGS. NORTH YARRA DISTRICT, M.U. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
LODGIE MIEITINGiS NORTHI YARRA DISTRIOT, M.U. Toe March Quarterly Committoo of this Diatriot met at unahineo on Saturday, 7th inst. The mooting was presided over by the Distriot Grand Master, Bro, II. E. Forbes, who was assisted by his doputy, Bro, B. McConnoil, Dolegates were in attendanco as follows :--Wil liunotown Lodge, N.G, Gray and V.,. Jolhnseu; Footseray Lodge, P.O. Ifvw cott, Richards, and OM, Pascoo; tiolway Lodge, NOf, Russoll and P.O. iHall; Newport Lodge, NO, Loft, P.O, Whito fold and Owen ; Wyndham Lodge, P.O. Dean; Sunshino Lodge, P.O,, Taylor and N.G, Mounsny ; Bulban Lodgo, P,G, Tritu, The commuittoo wore honored by the attendance of the Deputy Grand Master of the Order, )Bro, W, Pomroy, The principal itomu of correspondonce dealt with had reference to the recent confoloneo between the British Medioal Association and reprocentativou of the Friendly sooieticu, which will bo fully doalt with at theo approaching annual conferonco of the Order. The anotion of tho distr...
MORRIS—CLARK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
MORRIE--OLAItK, Another fashionablo wedding waOu colobrated by RIov, 0. W. Ratten, at Chriat Ohurch, Newport, on Maroh 7th, when iMr Walter 0. A, Morris, of Worriboo, oldoea son of Mr W. II, Moriri of North WilliamHtown, war married to Mir lElloa Maude Olark, of Newport. The bride wore a gown of ivory Oatin and court train, trimmed with lhadow lace and pearls, and usual bridal wreoath and veil, carrying a ahowor bouquet of tiger lillio and dahlias. The brides maids were Miss Ruby Mprris, tintor of bridegroom, and Miss Lottie Ohanter, ceusin, looking very nice in raot oaromo ailk, oarrying ahowor boluquot of galgardian and lorn, Little Mlbas Erian teowart, niece of brido, and Mastor Dave BIoyle aoted an trainboarers. The bride groome was attonded by Mtr Iavard Hutohin?, an bast man, and Mr Steoph?n Ward of Qtoonsoliff as groomnman. MrH Whitwam, of Newport, gave the bride away. A largo rumbor of tottetat ac nomhblrd at the Ma?onia Hall for the wedding ropast, Mr and Mrr WhitwanI gonor...
THE TOWN HALL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
To the Editor of the "Advertiser." SiI,--''wo outstsnding featuros of the Town Hall question appear to nme to be uppl munuet (1), That the disgraceful condition of our stroets, etc., omplhasised by the various speakers at the meeting, and admitted by the Mayor, Cr Liston, in his able defence of the of the pro posals of the Council should be our tirut duty, and the first claim on our finances, the condition of which in the past has prevented them getting oven decent repair. It will take many yeali at a considorable exponditure of many thousands of pounds to put thomn in even decent order. This aspect of the question was not dealt with by the Mayor, and was that one weak spot in his advocacy of the proposed Town flall, Surely under those conditions a Town Hall at presont would be an expensivo asnd sarcastic luxury. (2), The proposal to spend :C5000 on municipal offices would be a groat mistake. If these should be part of the complete scheme, why not wait until we have put our streets,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
FIRSi Y P8P-i©L7 SHOW1 Special Displays in all Departments, CALL AND INSPECT OUR MILLINERY, We havo just opened our Shipments of Autumn Spooialities. Grand Window Displanys Friday next, Call Early and have First Ohoioo. O, T. KEIGC COO., I FERCOusON sT. Closed Easter .Saturday Morning, ;DRABPER$S MERERB,?Yc &.c 233 ELSON PLACE, WILLIA STOWN, OUR CASH PRIOES Engineers' Shirts, navy and black, mercerised with o. & p,, 2/6 White Tennis Shirts, with o, & p., 1/11, 2/11 and 3/11 Men's Braces, 6d., 11., 1/6, 1/0, 1/11, 3/6 Men's Sox, 4dId., A6d, d, d, 1/., 1/6 and 1/11 Men's Undorwear, Singlets and Panto, 1/-, 1/3, 1/6, 1/11, 2/11, 4/6, 5/6 Fashion Shirts, 2 11, 3/11, 4/11, 5/11, Bilk Shirts, 116 Overalls, 2/6, 3/6, 3/11. Working Shirts, 1/11, 2/6, I/0 Ladies' Black Hose, plain, ribbed, laos and embroidery, 6d to 1/11; Cashmore, 1/- to 2/3, Linen COollars, Od, Long Lisle Gloves, in black, white and boaveor, 6 to 2/6 Ohildren's Hose, Ilack Box, 3d ; TIhroo.quartor l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
UNDER NI W ;MANA . ii YACHT CLUB H L ll Ne1son Plaeo, Wi1allaston, - 'The Leading House AND One of the BeHst Appointed ouLt of Mlelbourne, Within a tow minutes of Piors, Stoamors, Beach and|South Stations, and Baths I Half-an-hour fromn Oity by Sea or Rail, The Rentoevoua of al Yachtsivicn of the Bay I THE AOCCOMMODATION FOR THERE IS A . VISITORS IS VERY SUPERIOR. SPAOIOUS CLUB ROOM. HOT and COLD BATHS,. BILLIARDS. LUNCHEON trom 1 till 2; All Meals One 8hilling. Telephone 76 (Williatustown EL,). FSANK FINEGAN, Proprietor. SAM UEL SP Y'S SHO:_ STORS1 So R. J. AT E bA, Prop ietor. Nelson Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht Olub Hotel.) ooos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at 5/- in the / less than any shop in Me4lbourne, We stake our reputation with every pair. Think what a saving this means to you. Don't go Elsewhere. Come and Inspect Our Windows. I Small profits and quick returns mean a saving to Purchasers. CIothing 'o s8iey & OMemory Can supp...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
Moasti Orr and Wymark on Tuosday tined Edmund 1Fazor Parkc and John Boeriiman 5/- with 2/6 osts for oyoling on the footpath and without a light ro spootivoly, and Leonard Jamoo Smith a similar penalty for allowing a pony to be on the footpath without any poraon in chargeo The prosooutions were the firat brought by Sorgeant Curtin, by virtue of his recontly created office of municipal aummoniog officor, and Con stables Bronnan and Whitmoro were called as witnesses, The appointmeont, which carrios with it an honorarium of £10 a year, in likely to lead to a sub stantial inoroase in the revenue from finos, The boringa conducted by the Harbor Trust on the aito recommended by Mr T, Harrington Smith for a wet dock went to a depth of sixty feet. The bluostone layer is fromn 8 to 10 feet in thickness, The remaining 50 foot conasits mainly of sandatono, with oocasional layors of olay, lMessrs Pattoeson and Sons (in con juuotion with Mr I. Barlow) hold a succeasful salo of allotmonts in the es...
TARRING THE CHANNELS. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
TARHING THEII CltANNEIL, To the Editor of tho "A°dvertlser." Si, ---Pernut 1me to meoution a fow facts to point out how carolessly iatetpayert money is being spent. 1 am referring to the tarring of the clhannels. These are facts of what four men did for a day's work They tarred and fiuished 25 square yards of channel that had been prel)ared for the tar the previous day, cut the grass on 2 chains of channol and preparod half that distamnc for tarring. Now, Sir, if the engineer would go into this, he would find it works out at about S pence per equaro yard for labor oily, 1 would venture to say, if tenders woro called for this work it would hbi done for the saumt cost, labor and material included. Weo havo an engineer and foreinain and you would think they could supercvio meon bettor than this, But it cerilainly (loes not seemi to countorn them1 how much is done by their men, who might rust out, they certainly will be a long time wearing out. 'he ineton rfeerred to worked in Osborne s...