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

*: ·sV4 0f , It 9 4~? K & S & 400 0 ~ oJU~a7o" K)"AY K· B ·'~'~ 2 i-LAE,.; WIIAIA1ST WN Eoll it for LIIS because they soil for CASH. FOOTBALL SEASON, 1914, W, KEAYS & CO. will l)ureIent A Gold Curb Albert and Modal to Most Popular Player of Williamstown Football Club, Wintuo will bo solootod by Customors' Votes, Results of Voting will beo hown at intervals, TROPIIY WILL BE ON VIIEW IN WINDOW, Every Customo can Voteo, Anyone can ho a Castomor as many timeos as they wish, Got your votes now and use thorm later on, Five shillings worth of Drapery will ho given tway oach week to thu customer spending then L.rgost Amount in One Ordoer, Weeook arts Friday ends Thursday, Customers real nameo need not be shown. Winner's Saloslilp Numboer will beo shown In Window oaeh Friday night, We will be plcascd to see you, W. KEAYS & CO., 233 Nelson Place, Long Values, Short Prices, F-OSTEB ' LAO [A oARD.I THOMAS ® L DI LE, UNDERTAKER & EMI3BALMIEIR. (Diploma fro...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 March 1914

" UNDER NEW I?MANAGI1 1iN',',. SYACHT CLUB HOTZL Redzulson Place, illiutmstn, The Le.oading House AND -=: : Qneii eof tho Best Appointed out of Melbourne. Within a low winutoe of l'lor0, htoaworc, BeIaoh and Uouth htttiouns, and Bathu I HaIaIIUu-hour from City by ESon or Rail. -' E The 'Rondovoun ef till Yzichtumoi of tho d~ay! THE ACCOMMO)DATION l1OR 'TIlIRIi 18 A S VIBITORSI IS VERIY hUPiRIOR. I'ACIhOUU OCLUB ROOM. " HOT and COLD BATIHSI. BILLIARDS, LUNCHEON from 1 till 2~ ll M\Ieals One Shilling, STelephone 76 (Williamatown E?,). FI'ANK FINEGAN, Proprietor. SAl E SPY'S S ]OE STO RES SR. J. WATNNPO?£?, p8Proietor, Nelson Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht Olub Hotel.) woos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from : Every Pair Guaranteed at 5/- in the j 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. I - Clo...

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

The Towni Hall proposition vwas condemned emphatically by tli ratepayers on Wednesday last. An absolutn majority of the votes would have been 1997, and the number polled, 1855, came within 142 of it. Out of the 1331 votes required to defeat tihe proposal, 1191 were polled in the Nprth and Victoria \\ards, or only 140 less than one-third. 'liis shows low strong the opposition was in the north end of the town. With imost of tlie arguments used in course of lie campaign we disagree; but we at no tiie expressed concurrence in the demolition of the Lyons street gardens to provide a Town SHall site. Thle land, \e. considet ed, was better adapted for its pre sent purposes, and the situation was too-obscure, and too much out of tlre way of the natural route of traf tic, to be central or to produce the architectural effect that ought to be obtained for an expenditure of /:13,000. Beyond the railway li?e there is no settlement between Day View and Mason-streets, this vast stiretch of hundreds...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 March 1914

Doath. ATKINSON.- On the 22ud March, at 1' Kariuga," Oooil utroot, Williamtown, Maidio, dearly loved infant daughter of Harry L, and Bolla Athluaou,.and loved grauddaughter, of Mra E. Mor gan, of Boudigo, Interred at Williamoa town on the 24th inat, BSAW.-On the 10th March, at Exeter, South Australia, Harold Loollo, the darling baby of Jamoa and Annie, and loved brother of little Jim, loved granduon of Mrs Carlsaou, IIotham utroot, North Williamatown, aged 12 daya. Intorred at Woodvillo, South AuBtralia, 16th March. So sadly miisscl, lie wva only a little snowdrop, A frail little flowcr from his birll, So God toolk him homi to lhis mansilon Ucfoic lie was talmi ulhcd on cartl,. loroavolmont. ROBINSON,- Tho family, alho Nuruo Olark, twin alator of thu lato Mios Jonaie Ann Robinuon, of Montono, dooiro to oxproan their hoartoflt thanuk to their many friends for lottora, tolograma, oardu and viaitu in their rooont cad and suddou bereave mount; also Rov. Murray and Mr Lonndalo.-9 Porry s...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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LODGE MEETINGS LOYAL PHILANTHROPIC LODGE. NO. 71. I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 March 1914

LODGE MIEETINGS LOYAL 1'IIl.ANTIIROP10 LODIW. NO. 71. 1.0,0, I, Tu11 uunal fortnightly mooting of the abovo lodge waa held on Monday loat. Tho foaturo of the oveniung was the wol coming of liUr, W. D. Morgan (who is a mombor) and who Iaa by stronnuou oturta and ability roaohod tho highoat podoetal of tho Order in Vlictoria, that of Orand Mautor. lIro, Morgan inl ro sponding thanked tho mombora for their kind oxprouaioua of gratitudo and tantod that ilthough ho was not appearing boforo them offioially ho had mado ott hia mind that hlia own lodgo ahould be favored with hia tHat vilit aa Grand Malator, Ho hoped that the lodge would still oontinuo to be moat prominent numorically of the Order in Victoria (121 mombors) as he would fool that the mombora did tht,ir boat in co doing, es poaially during hil teorm of office. The lodge ia just now enjoynlug a big boom aa the ,iM's, brother J, N, Morgan Is hold ing the proaldonoy of the U.i,8, Dia. ponary, whilst Bro, W, Morgan, jufior, is at t...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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OBSCENE LANGUAGE. THIRD ENGINEER LET OFF. SERGEANT CURTIN CRITICISES THE DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 March 1914

OBSCENE' LANGUAGE. TUIRD ENGINEER LET OFV'. EI WE ANT OURTIN OIITIOISIM TIIE DECISION. ML:ssits Orr, Wymark and Benuunett lhad beforo thesm on Tuesday, Charles Robortson, recently a third engineer for the Melbourne teamslhip Coru. pany, who was charged with using obuconco language, ]Io had been boarding at the Yacht Club hotel, Sonior-constable Banks was at the Bauk of Australasia corner, Nelson pilace, in company with Constable Gleoson, on Saturday night, 14lth inst, at ton o'clock and saw tihe defendant at the Commnorcial Bank corner, in company with some other men, Ho had no hat on and was uuder the influonco of drink, IIe used the laniguageo complaineod of there and again when going into the Yacht Club hotel, in ansuwer to a remark made by one of the men in the group, lie spokq in a voice which could be hoard for sonie distance. IDfendant sanid had nothing to say except that lhe received provoca tion, Captain Wymark said -the Bench had decidcd to discharge him. Mr Orr-We hesitat...

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HARVEST THANKSGIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 March 1914

IIARVI-ST TIIANKSGIVING, Tim Ilarvoet Feotival aorvic?e wore hold lal Sunllday at Chrliat -l0lwrch, Newport, vwhen tho Roev, II, L, Cecil, of Worrihoo, preacheold the harveatuermonao to crowded cuollgrogatlont, the ohrch niot boeing largo onough. The building wal moat atacflully decoraoted for the bright oat:lval, archoti acornod with the pro itota of fanrm, orchard and garden being oulltpictOu , Thoe ohoir roendoroed ,let 3reditablily appillpriato antllhrom, hymna iud palnuau . The childrolen woie' ad: Ireiaed in tho afternoon by Mr Ceooil, wio dolivoMpd o.ooliont diecoulreq . -~oh erliOoo

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily Identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. NEW ARRIVALS AT THE GAS WORKS. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 March 1914

CORRESPONDENCE Wo t no nnIcacf?arily diontify ouraclvc. with the op!nioii ciprcsoed by Our corrospondolnts. NEW ARRIVALS AT THE GAS WORKS, t o the Editor of the 'Advcrtiser." mir,-Allow me to correct the stato ments made by Councillor loriot in your last issuea. 1, I[o aIuuilos that an immigrant Wan iiellt to (do work near hlil residuonc, wheieast the mnoii alluded to were Wil liantiowVn i1011 by birth. 2, Ho asentinci that tIhe whoro abouts of a cerlain syhloln wan un ]owll, whereat the slyphloll referred to had beentll examincd weekly. ;3. Ilo asaulncs that the inconveti oetido to which h wa puti wasl duo to our not hlaving t llt " a ccrltain man" to [pumLp that syphon, whereas the syplhon ltad nothing to do with the matter,. Th canuio \wina duo to it brokent gas main directly under a broken water main. It would allppear frount the attacks made against uil by cerltain coon tillors that we aroithIter negligent or quite unqualilieod for our work, Al low Ine t, inform these gentlemen...

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ALLEGED TRESPASS. AT GREENEY'S TEA GARDENS. REMITTED TO LOCAL JUSTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 March 1914

ALLEGED TRESPA8SS. AT GRICENIEY'f TEA GARDENSI, REMITTIED TO LOCAL JUSTIOIE8. MR,, 0. eald Murphy, lP.M,in tih City Court on WVodnouday afternoon, deoliucd to hoar the cae of alleged tru?pasa brought by Mr J.W. Groonoy agaiuot Moet'r Ogdon and Grifllths. IIe said tho caso had boon ordorod to bo rohoard and ho would remit thu catio to thu justicos who hoard it iu tho lirst instanco. 'Thi magistrates who adjudicated at tho tirst hearing woro Mossrs H. Hick and T, Lonusdalo. It is understood tihe chargos agtaiit the othor defoendants will bo with drawn.

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

NOTES OF TlE WEEK, -Don't ft r; ot our stores will be oloscd faster Saturcay all day. 0, T, Koig & Co,-LAulvT,1, -Mr P. O'Rogan I'l beeon electod a delegate on the P, IX.C. Faster Cunforenoo defeating Mr 1 llowoy. -Miss Mitoholl'u Privato Assembly every Saturday, Oroouoy's lisplauado Hall. DSuciug t till It, Josou and Rosenthal'u Baud, -In pat thig ib French, in which sub jeot ho was prepared by Mr frrity, Miss Carroll, of the Central State Souhool staff, has paused the Junior P'ublic Examination, --Mr 11, D. Walulb, ongineeour of the Sydnoy Halrbor Trust, hau boon ill the bay during the week. He is reporting on the Molbourno Harbor Trust'o port improvement eohent', -Mr Thomua Daws, butchelr, Thompson stroeet, intimateu in auothor column that he gave his lateo tenant the option of renewal for another tivo years without any increase in rent. -Tho Auciont Marinuer of Victoria arc oentertaming OCaptain DIvios on board the Aurora on Friday ovening next, prior to hil doelarture f...

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VIGILANCE COMMITTEE FORMED. HONORARIUM TO SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 March 1914

VIGILANCE COMMiTTTEEC FORMED, IONORARIUM -TO tEOR'IFTARY, Mr S , EMills presided at a meet ing of the opposition hold at tho smoke room of the Meclhanilca' In stituto o1 Thursday evening, Mr (, Stone said confusion had been caused by the announcemlent of tho Town Clerk that voters sliould vote in tihe ward for which they wore enrolled. Mr R Stone, J P., menllltionedl thlat at Newport he had interviewe I Cr Treganowan who exprresoed the opinion that ratopayers might vote in any ward, Mr Graham--Or Treganowan told Mri Ogden that voting at any booth had been allowed on a previous occs0ion. Mr C, Stono--If the Town Clerk dlid not know the law, he ought to have known it. Mr IH. Hick-No one was refused in our ward ; but there is no uose in rubbing it in, We are here to wind up tie business happily, having won by such a large majority, The Coun cil will now see that the ratepayers are going to take the bit between their teeth and will not allow tihe conditions of the past to continue. Carp...

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THE TOWN HALL POLL. PROPOSITION DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 March 1914

'THE TOWN HALL POILL PROIPOSITION DI1IUhATRTD, BY A MAJORITY OF 524, 'T1ue poll on the Town IHall question was hold on WVedncsday last and wau vigorously conductedl. Three of Mr Ogden'a motors, two cabs, anti three or four private vehicles, bosildes a staff of canvassors, checkers and scrutineers were busily engaged dluring the day ; but over half tihe votes wore polled after live o'cloclr, the rush at the North booth, Douglas parade, being just as much as the officials could managoe The number of votes required to defeat the loan prolpoiition was 1:)31., 'Thn numbeor ol)tainlled was 1S,5, tlhe majority being S21. ''hme results wore announced by the Mayor at the Council Clhamubors shortly before onight o'clock and were p)Oted at the " Advertiser " cflico. The details of the voting are as follows : South ward' .,. 2136 Contre ward ..,,,,90o1 North Ward ..,,... .. 582 Viotoria Ward ... .,,. 000 Total 1885 MIEIIPINO OIb TUE OPPOSITION,

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BOARD AND LODGING. A DISPUTED CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 March 1914

BOAID AND LODGINi, A DISPUTED ?LAIM, M M A5, A. Poteorren, formerly PaIgo, on Tuearlrry bofor44 Airetrra Orr, Wy mark andI Bunllno.t, proceeded aganiut William Nicholls, a casual rcploye at the piora, for .£(;/l/li for board and lodging, lie aaid Ito did not owe a throe ipenny bit. 'Tho pilaitniff', Minary Ann IPeteoraon, repretantid by MIr E. 11. Ilick, pr,. duced a inomoranidum book ahowicg hoard and lodging duo bctweeon January 3rl and Ju no 13lth of lant near at tie rate of 15/. a week and credit for certain paymnonts ald for a canary for which a wcolk' board was allovwed. When asked by the dlefendant who mado out the accouint, alio ?aid her dauglhter made out ono incorrectly and tlhen ahr went to her landllordl, Mr IIeriot, who mado out the statement attaclicd to thie aunmntn, lIoefondant, whio deanied the clam, admitted in anawer to Mr Ilick, that he still owed money for board and lodging to Mra Atlheorton, with- whom o fcrmierly lodlgedtl. An ordlor wan made for tho amount, w...

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

.....E. FRRY SBRVIeB. WILLIAM 8TOW TO PORT MJ LBOURNE, SSISUMIMER TIME TABLE. --Woathorand other circusutance J)ormitting- From Gem Pier Williamstown- Week days 6,35 am, 8.5, 5,35, 0.5, 9.35, 10.5, 10,35, 11.35, 12.385 p.m. 1.3, ,,5, 2.5 , ,, 2.5, 35, 3.35, 4.5, .35, 5.0, Sat, only, 5.15, Sat , e, 5, 1,5, ,63, ,5. Sundays,-I-alf-hourly from 1,35 p.m, to 6 35, p,m, From Port Melbourone- Week days: 7 0, a.m. 8 30, 9 0, 9 30, 10.0, 10.30, 11.0, 12.0, Sat. vac. 13,15, Sat. only, 1.0 p,.ml. 2.0, 2.30, 3.0, 3,.30, 4,0, 4,80 5 0 Sat, only, 6,5.15 1t. oacx,, 5.30, 6.0, 6,30, 7',0, Sundays,--lalf -hourly from 1 p.m, to 7 p1m. FARES-Williamstown to Port Melbourne, 3d, single; 6d. return Childrcn Ilalfprice. -: .. . : ..Weeckly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly T'ickets, 6/. - .:MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, .Ltd, Collins H-ouse, Melbourne, The North Williamstown Corner Stores, Timber and Firewood Yards. Vfrp . . ... ·: / 4.. . . ' Corner Ioo'gouuon strt'oot aInld Railway plact • ' *.,<.', ' Also Rail...

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GRAMMAR SCHOOL. CONFERENCE NEXT WEEK. TO CONSIDER HIGH SCHOOL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 March 1914

CGRAMMAII SCHOOL. t---r--?-" UONERIENOCE NEXT WEILE. TO CONSIDEIt ll1IOl SCHIOOL QUESTION. Mll, Inmlonl, IM.L,A., Iant arranged a conference to take placo next week boetweena tihe Minister for Education, Sir Aloexanlder Peacock, the Director of Education, Mhir F1'. Tnte, and the Mayor (Councillor Litton) and him self tQ consider the propotal to hand the lchool over, as a high tchool, to departlmnolal control. No far, the views expreticd to Mr Loemon by the Miniater and the Director are favorable tothe propoal,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 April 1914

PWRRY SBRVISB. WILLIAMSTOWN TO PORT MELOU RNE.U SU1YMMIER TfIME TABLE. -Weather and otherclrcumstancos permittingl i'Prom Gem Pier Williastatown Week days 0,r5. n,t, 5,5, 5,.5, 0.5, 0.36, o10.5, 10.85, 11.85, 1235 p.m. 1.35, 2.ii, 3,;3, 8, 5, ,Y 0, 4., 3.85, 5,0, Sat. only, 5.15, Sat. cxe. 5,35. 0.5, 6.35. Bundays.-Halflhourly from 1,35'pm, to 6 35, p,m, Prom Port Melbource Week days: 7 0, a.m. 8 30, 0, 0,;0, 10.o, 10.30, 11,0, 1i2.0, Sat. ore. 12.15, Sat. only, 1.0 p.m. 2,0, 2 80, 3,0, ;,30, 4,0, 4,'0 5 0 Sat, only, 5.15 t. exe., 5 30, 6.0, 0.30, 7,0, Sundays.-Ha-llf.hourly from 1 pm, to 7 p.m, FARES-W\illiamstown to Fort Melbourne, 3d, single; Gd, return Children IIalfpricc. , . Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/ *MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, Ltd., Collins HIouse, Melbourne. The North Williamstown Corner Stores, STimber and Firewood Yards. ~Try O .lil @, S N & 0U0. C:: . orner Ferguson street and Railway plaoc Also Railway Siding, FOR BUIIDING MAT'ERIAI, of every descripti...

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WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 April 1914

WILLIAM|STOWN TillATR1 l A eplendid progra4mme has Ioen given during the weeook at the Thloatio. A very clover artl?t, Arthur Douglaso, a Scotch comodian was warmly applauded four hirs ploueing singlnog, whllst Kioldormon a remarkably olover, qulok ohanmgeo aritiu and ventriloqui?t~ ontorltaincd and amuned. The ploturea wore varied and well sorooned. Drako's Lovo titory por trayed interesting inoidonts in tho well known sailor-knight's vried oareoor and a lopg film of tho famous Amerions Civil War, The Battle of Oottyoburg prioved ountortlaining and exociting, For to.nlght'e programmno The Dontintlr a wonderful troupo of aeorial athlotoa will makeo their flrst apploarance i n rouuia tional auspondod wireo toao, A atar fllr An Eyo for an Eye, promfiseL to be a great subjeoot, included in tIle casth is tIho well-known snontimontal artistri, William Larson and Cecil Loftus. Other plotures on to.night's progranurbo nio 'lhe Loafer, Withisi the Eselsy'rs Linen, Beorot Love, A Day with Gw...

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 April 1914

CY6'LING, Tho followulng are the Ihandloape, and nunuboro oa omoeatlptolr for T, Ward's 20 inlo road raooe thia afternoon; No, Name, Min. 8cc. I A, Cameron ... 8 45 2 J. Oamoron ... 8 0 8 L;, l'reomanu .... . f 0 4 a. Stone ,,, .. 8 0 B D, D lmpaon ...... 8 0 0 A, (Ilbort .. 6 15 7 F. Paton ... . 6 15 8 H, Iloyle ... .. 5 45 0 W, liowoll . 5 15 10 I, Millard .. 5 15 11U, Kioloiuko .. 5 15 12 H, Weeke .. . 15 13 G. Olivor.. ... 4 80 14 P. Bullard . .. 3 80 16 R. Mllor. 3 8 0 16 E. iowo......... 2 0 17 H, Duuoan 1 0 18 P. Rilddeall .., 1 0 10 U, DIury ... 0 30 20 A. (tonhouue ..... O 30 21 J. Stevon .. uoratoh 22 rI, Pattoraa ,.... soritoth

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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 April 1914

1, P III~III2V ?oa Tiho trophloo won (by meambora of our loal bwliunllg olub during tho past coanun, as well art thoo uwon aRt the rocOut carnival, are diuplayod in Mr Balloy'o winudow in Nolson plnaco, and mako a bravo hlowing, togethor with tho broneo modala and certflofatoa of tho Royal Lifeo Saving iooliety, earnod by tho mombeor of that oelanee, 'Tho?o will bo diatributed by tho Praoeidont durIng tho iutorval at the localo PIoturo Theatreo on Wednosday ovonlng, tho 15th int,, wheon the club ia holding a plcture night. Tho olub olorod a voery euoesaful eomeon ou tho 27th ult by a ftial mem bherl' 110 ydrt, wlhloh was won by tho popular saoorotary, A. J. Niool, In 1 uma 28 coca, with W. Couch 2ud and 1. Livlugatonoe 3rd. Thlt was followed by a divlug handloap, which wasr won by I. Livingetone,oflf soratoh, with &, Stobbin?g econdd,

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WILLIAMSTOWN PUNT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 April 1914

WILLIAMlITOVWN PUNT OLUI?. A cace was hold on Saturday last for trophiesl presented by Mr J, TOW,oVOr the club's usual courase of 8 miloes, TIho day was not at all Iavorablofor the punts compoting, an a strong nouth-wo?atoerly wlnd was blowing during the coorao of the race. Rival fluilshed flrsta, olouoly followed by Hyaointh, with Wild Wavo third, The latter punt had the miuifor tune to be capamizod twioo by saomo fiaher mon in a akilft, or it would have won the race rather aeily. The raoo to-day will be for trophies procontod by the olub, The outricas and handioapa are :-Ilyaointh, or ; hlival, 25soo; Trafalgar, 6min 85Mao; Koh-i-noor, 0miil 5soo; Bolution, 7min 25seeoo; Ohance, 0min 9000e; (anott, 10 min 80 asoo; Oathou, 11mln 15soo ; wift, 12muin 46i00; Wild Wave, lmin 45aeoo; Twinlk lora, Native Laes, 28min-; Kilara, 20min 0.oan.

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