Elephind.com contains 8,725 items from Williamstown Advertiser
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
CORRESPONDENCE We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. IMMIGRANTS AT THE GAS WORKS. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
CORRESPONDENCE We do-fnot noosssrily idoutiry uurclveit with the opinions expressed by our oorrespoondelnts. MitlM1GRANTS AT TIlE (tAS WORKS, To the Editor of the "Advertiser." Si?t,-lu your last issue, Councillor Iaoriot referred to the employao of the Gas Work as strangers ; Coun cillor Duncan added " Illiigralts " and Councillor Josephson improved matters by saying " Now Arrivals," lit the nameo is immatrial ; the sting is there all the same. 1 would ask why is this ? Did not Councilloru Duncan, Josephson and lecriot arrive from boyol L the ?oau ? VWhlor is the difference, then, between their cane and our own ? The only diffeornceo I can see is that thoy came of their own free will; nobody in Victoria ashed thoem to come and perhaps nobody hero wanted theoi. But in our case we were invited by advertisements anld potst t a nd pamiphlhte issued by the State of Victoria i wo wore selected by a Stato official appointed for the purpose; we were told it was a laud whro thero was breoad...
SWIMMING MATCHES. A FAVORABLE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
SWIMMING MATCIHES. \ FAVORAI3LE DAY, Ideal conditions prevailed for the Williamnstown Swimming Club's matches on Saturday afternoon. An impetus has been given to swim nling by the interest dis?laycd in it by the president (Mr. E, F. Lind), who has offered trophies for younger swimmers, and inaugurated life saving classes, The result is that no swimmer appears more at home in the water, or figlihts a race ou' more lustily, or is more interesting to watch, than the young swimmer. The novelty was the Williamstown Derby., It was not a mere exhibi tion of clowning, but a really hard and desperate race under trying conditions, ~ach competitor having to brinig his wooden horse through the surf to the winning post, Mr, A. Nicol acted as secrletary and trea surer, and Messrs. C, MI, Bradley, A. M. Causer, A, George, W. Harper, E, F, Lind, A, A. ['evcrill, and S., T' P. Yco acted as judges. Miss Olive Barnard and Miss Po cock, members of the Royal Life Saving Society at Hobart, who had come t...
SEWERAGE OF WORKSHOPS. AGREEMENT ARRIVED AT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
SEWERAGE OF WORKSHOPS. AGREEMENT ARRIVED AT, Ma. Lemmon has ascertained from the Chief Commissioner of Railways that an agreement has been entered into with Messrs; John Cookc! and Company, lessees of the~ Freezing Works, for the sewerage of the pro perty,4 As the Metropolitan Board of Works has already bIeen approached, and as the money ison the estimates, Mr Fitzpatrick stated that tenders for the work would be invited in tho course of a few days.
NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
NOTES OF THE WEEK, -Town Hall poll Woduneday wook, -The now arrivals in the town intend to form an association, -Meeting of Yarcavi'lu Coursing Olub at Railway hotL,, Yarra vi i?, to-night. -The Municipal Baud will play in the Rotunda on theo Commonwcalth itouorvo next Friday ovoning. -The steamer Williamatown will run to St. Kilda tonilght, Faro, ono shilling, including admission to iuna Park, --Gladastno Ogdon, pupil of the Wit liatuatown Gramnnar school, has pa:sed the Juuior publio examination, -G(ooffory Ogdon has passed in English for the Senior publio at the supplemontary examinations. --Thu lfnglish and Soottisth lank was established in Williamotown sixty years ago today, It was the lirot bank to open in the town, -Mr R. Stouo. J P., in mentioned as a eanudidato for the North ward, It is stated that Councillor Chandler will not be a candidato for ro.oleotion. -Motor Hont Trip, launch " Pansy," Botanioal Gardens, ktunday aftornoon, from Steovedore pior, 2,80 oalling Now port,...
LACROSSE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
LACROSSE CLUB. --.--- ANNUAL MEETING. 'Tle Iaco:,ce Club held their annual mneelting at the Me chanic' Institllle on \Vcdne:,dtay c?cnin;;, and the Ptr',ident, ',apt, tiaro , p trc:,idet:d over a fair attend. alce of imeimihir., 'T'he Annual leiopl I and Halant:e Sheet una:i irccriled ail adlptud by lthe meCtling, :.atilaction hwinig itprr.,.ed at the clib's credit lIhalanc, llhicilh now ;tands at f t/ou/,. The follui llr lice-ll. arier werve elected for the ce tunin y ,ar; Preident, Capt, I. I, Ietron ; vice-lruteid ,n , Me,?a.ira lI, A, lIt'erne, IE If. 1. ick, S. G. Vallins, T, Ieler:,on. L , Hfick ; hon, lreas rer, Mtr Ii, I m. qT p.on h lion, :.rcretary, ?Air P. I, Martin ; anlrl:. ecretary, lMr C, W eate; dele atle: to V.,.A,, I lesri:, I., IDalmer anid I, J, M? alin ; ieneral coin. nmittee, Me.ar, (G, lhitm il, and Capt. ,earan ; auditor:., Mc.Ler , I I lick and C, Kellett, A hearly vote of thattki ý a:, acciided to the relirig tllici:er,, Mr dl tt l , hio halu relintiii:lhcd...
NON ATTENDANCE AT DRILL. MR. G. READ MURPHY'S METHOD. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
NON ATTENDANCE AT DRILL. -0 MR1, C., READ MURPIIY'E METHOD. M\r. Erne?t ,., Italac on 'IThursday proceededl against a numbor of youths who had failed to, atllnd coiipul)sory drill, 'Tho iprowcuting ollicr an nounced the pieolty delirod. Th defenallnt wan Olhrlol Edwin Tobitt and he watt 10 hours' ihbort. Mr M urphy-- 1 will not imposo a penalty. The cano will bie adjournod to a (ldto to ol lixcd I ' h1e attends throee nights a week to make up his lime, there will bo no penalty; if he fails in one drill, bring him at once to me and I will send him to Queens cliff for 21 daye, Thomas loron, who wai described as a paid trainee, wanl nine holurls ahort, andtl was lined 20/- or ton days. ]Frelericl Jooleph William Mfarshall was given a chance to make upl hie deficioent orCico and John E, Jlamio eon wasll also allowed to make up live hours, Robert Jamieeson, a paid traince, was fined 20/- or ten days at Quoone cliff for ti shortagoe of 1; hours and Richard Malo was called upon to pay a si...
TOWN HALL LOAN. PUBLIC MEETING ENTERS PROTEST. MAYOR PRESIDES AND SUPPORTS LOAN. ADVERSE RESOLUTIONS CARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
TOWN HALL LOAN. PULIBLIC MlIETING( ENTERS PIO) l',S 'l', MAVOIR PRESID)ES AND, SUP PORTS LOAN. ADV\ERSE RESOLUTIONS CARRI1ED). A public nueting was held at the IMechaiics' Instiitute n i Vcdncsday eveining, to consider lte town Haill lhan propositiUon. De)spite the heat, it wa~ large, r lepresenhtatilve and or derly. The chair was occupied by Ihe Mayor, who reiad the aI vertisc IIncl conv(l nigll the meetingll, Mr. J. J. Salngster moved the first resolultion, as follo vs ;- "ThaI this meeting of ratepayers ,If \Villiamnstwn beg to enter an eniphalic protest againist the WVil lia iisto \'i Ilwn ' Council borrlowing Ihle siium of , ? 3,000 to erect a town hall." lie saidl this protest was not made lc iit a clisg runtild section of he comnimuni\; it wias not file pro lest lof tIhe P.L.C. or of the Pro gress .\ssic'iatlion, for he belonged to none of Ihese bodies. It was not II aittack on councillors personally, lint a question of business in which councillors' nimcs might be intro lduc...
NORTH STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
NORTH STATii SCHiIOOL. TENIONu S for a11 i1fanti clabs uloui lot North Williamnstown schoold e advecr tiscd, 'They arc dulet: on March 20th, The design is similar to tthe design of the Central Stale school's for infants -The point to which Councillor Wolodl alluded on the occasion of Councillor McNollago's (11nd off as to )the number of votes required to defoat the Town Hall proposition and timo numbor required to saVo the dopouit of 920 hla recoived a little further conidoilatiou, Councillor Woods went astray over a Haetion which says the potitlonora will forfoit their doposit unlesa thly poll ono-third of the number required to defeat tho project. The number required to defeat it is on? - third, and ono-third of one-third woulld bo one-ninth. Put into liguren, ai poll of alit ut 600 will navo the deposit of f 20 and a poll of 1600 will forbid the borrowing of 1,18,000 for a Town Halla, -Mr J, J. Sanigotor was the most of feotive polakeor tn oppoeitlon to the Town Hall on Wednesday...
BROACHING SHIP'S CARGO. TWO CASES OF APPLES OPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
BROIAIIIe ~ 0 SHIP'S CARGO. TWO OAtSEL OFh APPLIN OPENED. ATIIun ico?ctl, An olderly man, was charged at the Court of Petty 8e&nions yesterday with stealing ap ples, the proporty of Victorian Railways ConmuiHsioneri on March 71h. Sub-inspector Samsullo i procecuted, Charles IBlytih, pier master, residing at l[orrit streeot, gav evidence that consignm'ent, notes for 15I) cases of apples from titawell were received for Porly and Company. Two of the cases had been opened without authority, Albert Georgo Owen, clerk for Perry and Company, fruit exporteor, residing at Thoumas street, East Brul.wicl, stated he found cases broken open on March 5lth and i lbs.I of apples short. Conlstablo John (Iloeeson gave ovi dence that at a quarter past thruc in the mornilg on Saturday last 1ho saw accused ont the railway foothridgo at the and of Nelson place and a??ed hint what h11 had in his pockets, e11 said he had apples which he found at the tiiun hall, When charged with stealing them trout...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
PERRY S __ sWeB WILLIAMSTOWN TO PORIT MELBOURNE. SUIDIMER TIME TABLE. -WeSthor'and other circumutancos pormittingf From Gem Pier Williarmstown Week days 6,35 a.m, 8,5, 8.35, 0.5, 0.35, 10,5, 10.36, 11,85, 12.35 p.m. 1.35, 2.5, 2,35, 3.5, 3.35, 4.5, 4.35, 5.0, 8at, only, 5.15, Sat. exe. 5,35. 6,5, 6.35. Sundays,--Half-hourly from 1,35 p.m. to 6 36, p,m, From Port iMelboure Week days: 7 0, a.m. 8 30, 9.0, 0.30, 10.0, 10.30, 11,0, 12.0, Sat. cxe. 12,16, Sat. only, 1.0 p.m. 12.0, 2.30, 3.0, 3.30, 41.0, 4,30 5 0 Sat, only, 5.16 t. exc., 5 30, 6.0, 6,30, 7,0, Sundays.-hIIalf-hourly from 1 p.m. to 7 p,., FARES-Williamustown to Port Melbourne, 3d, single; 6d. return Children Ilalfprice, Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/. MELBOURNE FEIRRIES Pty, Ltd., Collins House, Melbourne. The North Williamstown Corneto Stores, Timber and Firewood Yards, O WEN~9 8,S4bI & O O Corner Ferguson sitroot and Railway plac a Also Railway Siding, FOR BUILDING MATERIAL of every description, llatdwoo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
UIUESDAY, MAlttOCI 17. At the Roomn, Uiiet Floor, 3611 Ctollinae-u, At '1'volv, o'Clock Noon. VALUAB,'.I SUIJtItIA.N JiIEIIIEIIOLDS, Iiltl'I'tt)L HOTEL, STATION and 'ICEl(tUiUON 3'TREliITS, NORTH WILLIAMSTOWN. IlRIC(K VILLA, ST. ELMIO. V10CTORIA OAD), OAM11iIEILWELL, LAND, CANTEIIIBUILY ROAI)D, Cornior Wolntwortlt Avoltnu, CAMIBERWII ErL EAIST, Ily Ordor of 'THE TRUi'STERS' t, lEXCSCUTOlr , AND COMPANY LIMITIDI), 412 Collini Stroi?t, As IEXIECUTOI of the WILL of HENIRY (INITT, deoctOeCd. 1'( IUIMIELL, TUOIETI' andll CO. Pty' 1- Ltd, will tittbli by PUBLIC AUCTION, at abovo, LOTl 1. Couj,tintly with '1 riEVOLI JONEI & CO., Willi ustwn) NORTI , WILLIAM?S-OWN littlUTOI, HOThEL, Opipotit. l Illwai y Ltati:n,l Wall uand AvoutlrIab'y KnonliI Cornor of FERIOtUEON alli tTATION S'IREEiTS,. IiANI)iOME and MA-II'lVE tItlOK aiC d CEMEIINTLED FAMILY HlOTIOL, on blhttutoun fouidtltiona, olato roof, vorandallh, with ironl palisado, and largo balcony, containini g liargo bar Flld collarago,...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
Death. SMITH.—On the 13th inst., at her resi- dence, 23 Castle street, North Williams- &nbsp; town, Elizabeth Ann, widow of the late John T. Smith (Victorian Railways). &nbsp; &nbsp; Aged 70 years. &nbsp; &nbsp; At rest. &nbsp; In Memoriam. CHALLIS.—In loving memory of my dear mother, who died on 14th March, 1912. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Two years ago to-day, dear mother, Since you were called away; How well we do remember That sad and lonely day. Sleep on dear mother and take thy rest, They miss you most who loved you best. —lnserted by her son-in-law and &nbsp; grandchildren. &nbsp; SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1914.
EMPRESS PAVILION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 March 1914
EJUIL'ss PA VJLIJiiV 'I't, I tlft Wiclr drew Ove row, to t1(0 Iuitokt huunch, an ted theio t who had any dettiro fo~r indroor ollttortainniotL hadlat a ft aat of, hcunnlatiiol awaitingll, than a1 t Lh0 Empress Pavilion. Robert Carnie, &nbsp; &nbsp; the lessee', ivili go up it) nighti, andt it will ht, fuituwud by ',"b V'tal~r,ºph (iItaigl:any e of Atllticiti. "A Itottur intt Iulrt antd "Au Aniioeut Rloyatl 1Loatdoeue' r ialho to bu fuaturod,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914
KLOSEW1rEi " T'ry it ioxb walshing day, It preosrves tho olotiho~, It, moanus no waahiu- board, It mleans no rub. It saves time, It saves woar aud tear, 1b will save tlhat tired fooling, - It will Iavo you trying anything elsoe, It boats everythling. JM3 110C8 & SON, V LLIAMSTOW THEATHRE. Hole Lessee and Manager, GEO. -Ml'Tl. To-Night's Attratlions. First Appearance of FiiAt appeariance of lORfM Ai LESLIE 2 ~ : ORMAN_ LESLIE Shadowgraphist. lclever and Funny. The Well-known. ITir:it appearance of REFINED COMEDIAN. Late of J, C, Williamron Co., and thc Ballwlkos & ul r aerenaincos.&c, Ballwallkers & Jugglers. Two Magnificent Star Pictures An excellcnt'Thrcc-rccl Ploto-tdraia up to the high standarid sct t Williiami towni 'I liatte Also An intensely Dramatic two and a half rel snubject pollraying a vciy line moial. None should niss seeing thils miiastcipiece, Other pioturoe include a Koystone Comedy, A DAIRKiOWN IE?LLE ; a Wotcrn Dramta, BIG JIM ; a Lub...
WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914
WILLIAMISTOWN TIIlEATI'Il, LAIIdU audiencau have bean the rulo ab the Thoatro during tile wcol-, whoreo a very excellent progralnuno haRtl loolt given. The piotnro noveltia woreo varied and well soleated, the varioety iteom being very excollonl, A. La (ruta, a very akillful violiniut, pleOattd with two olover numbora, The Zoroui lIroo. perforated atomo olover and aorobatio foata with consummateo case. liFor to-night's progralumo, Norman Loelie, the well-lknown motropolitan comedian, will appoar, prior to bin doparturo for E1ngland; lbox, a clovoer and enutortaining shadowgraphist, and The Itoxoo, jugglors anud ball wvallria, will appear, The pictro ilpoliala includo a oplondid star subject "TThe Mytoeriouu Olub,"'a facinating atory worked out with raroe dramatli powor. Other pic tures inoludo e The Fallon Idlol," a we?a torn drama; "The lFootprint Cluo," a Keoystono oomedy; "' The DarktOwn lollo," and a host oa varieod illul aubjoot ot intoroest, Monday nitght'a p)rogralnctto includ...
YACHTING. WILLIAMSTOWN PUNT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914
WILIhAMBTOWN PUNI' O(LUI. EI(lovou ipuuti la ted i the reoo on Saturday for Mr W. Park?Or'u trophy anid after a very oloso ,aoeo olution won, with Cathon 2ud and Wild Wave 3rd. A race will bhe hold to day for a trophy proouanted by Mr J. Robortson, and aoound and third prizoe by the olub, to atart at 8 p.m. from atarting line oft Clarke atreaot, Thaoutrlia and haudioapu aroe :- IIyaointh and Koh-i-noor, aer ; Trafalgar, Ihie ; Rival, 2mtin 080o; lolhtlon, 4min 30eoo; Ohunieo, 5rin :i0O ai0; Ganotl, 6min 5aeo ; Odthou, 8rmin l0soo; Swift, lOmli 0800oo; Wild Wave, 0lin 85aeoo; KIllaa, 20min 20d00; Twinklor, 20min : Native La, 2hia, min, Two now punta in Trafalgar anlld Koh-i*Noor will bhe malting thoir fltat appoearanoce to-day.,
CRICKET. RESULTS OF LAST SATURDAY'S JUNIOR MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914
GRICKET. II?SULT, O0 LA6S1' SATiJiU1)AY'i JUNIOIIR MAn'rol,. The match botwoeen Tllitlo and l1itzeoy Coaiodoniana resulted in a win for the latter by 80) runs on the llrit innings, the acorca being-Fliizroy 113; Thistlo 83 and 88. Dott 20, Sltowart 10, IIum 12, and Oarpontor 10 wore thoe bost batmien and iRuseoll (4 lot 32) the boat bowleor. To-day Thistle play Essondou on the Railway reasorvo, Hloly Trinity v, elothodiats. The abovo tost matrh was played on tho oriokot ground loot Saturday, both teaonms being troengthoned by the in olualon of oligible loading oricketora of the Willilamstowa olovous, Loaing the tota, Trinity woro oent in to bat, thioir oppuontls o?naldoring they hlad a good thling on, but the Trinitariana, muoch to their own surpritiso, comipiled 14 for the loss of 7 wiekots, u1td1 il 90 )minllton, and easily witltord thie howling of Staboll (Shopal), tono and Itog. lI)avis, the last-uunamedl in partioular boeingf a peor feet gift to the bataon, of whomn Woolfo 52, ...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914
POOTBAiJL. [liY IIOUNDiALY], Training inu lull awing. ', Joker " lail ipplointeodl coach.li, To-day a soratch match will be pliyotd botween the IReds and iBlnot. Next SFjaturday Williamlntown will iplay the Port Melbourllo iRailway United, proluiors of thie V,J,I.A. conipotjititoll two years in succo?slon, On April 4 'Town will try eonotlutsion witth lirunawiok Juniori., Mossrs. T. Riley and Goo. Musioka soerotary and troasuror roespoolively of the entertainment coumitteoo. Their frst effort to raiOse funds for the boitillt of the clubh will be a piceturo nlghtR iu the local theatro on Wednesday, April, 22, Membors' tickets areo Rnolling well, Lifeo amionibors may obLtain theiolr tickots Ifroti the sooretary at tln privatlo addresao or ats the gates on the day of the Ilrat loatoh, Tho quroestlon of a playing eoaloh against a non-playiug coach is a dobatablo one, It takes a very mart ooach to wiu gatmes from outsido of thebo playing arona, Jack Worrall has the reoputation of being ab...
THE TOWN HOSPITAL. QUESTION OF SUPPLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914
THE TOWN HOSPITAL, QUIfUTION 01 fUPPLII, TtE meeting of the Hospital on Thursday evening was attended by Revs. J, D, Baglin (in the chair) R, Murray, \V. R. Byors, Messrs Watson, lHalley, Gallant, Woods, Michell, Bannister, Mesdameos Martin, Thomp son, Woods and Miss Silke. Miss Edmunds forwarded a cheque for 21/-, and 21/. from the estate of T. Edmunds. The Melbourne Steam ship Company forwarded £2/2/-. Houls Co?I.HrTTEE Eighteen patients had been admit ted and the same number dischargod leaving nineteen in the institution. Accounts amounting to £114/18/2 were passed for payment, The nurses quarters were in course of repair, The chairnman said the cracks were likely to recur, The report was adopted, and 2ti/116 was passed for payment for instruments. WVOInKMEN's COMIPENSA'rION ACT, Oa the motion of Mr Micholl, it resolved to apply for three copies ot the Womkmen's Compensation Act. Mr Watson - Particuhurs of the patients income must be supplied upon admission. The acting president,...