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ESPLANADE TEA GARDENS. CHARGES OF TRESPASS. GREENEY v OGDEN AND GRIFFITHS. THE CASES DISMISSED. NOTICE OF APPEAL GIVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 April 1914

ESPLANADE TEA GARBDENS ---^- OlIARCES OIf TRESPASS, OliEENEY v OGDEN AND GRIIMlTIIS. THE OASES DISMIfSED, NOTI3B OF APPEAL GIVEN, MEus?In Hick, Lonodalo, Ward and Bunnett, J'sP., wore occupied until i o'clock on Tuesday evening investi gating charges of troalase on January 20th, brought by J. W, Groonoy against Frederick John Ogden and C. E, Griliths and a second chargo of trespass on January 21st against Fredorick John Ogden, All the other cason woro ai foreshadowed in our last issue with drawn, Mr Magonnis, iustructed by Messrs Brockott and Kemp, appeared for the plaintiff and Mr Owen Dickson, in. structed by Melasr Crokor and Crokor, for the defondants The charges on January 20th woro heard together, Mr Magonnis road the judgment of the Chief Justice ordering tho caso to be reheard, with'£1/15/- costs. Ilis honor was not satisfied with regard to the removal of an advertising board. John William Groonoy repeated tlh evidonco ho gave at the former hear. ing, IIo had battoned the ga...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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YACHTING. HOBSON'S BAY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 April 1914

YA CITING. HOBSON'S BAY OLUB, The above olub will hold a noviao raoe to-day over the uanal 12 mile oourao, the boata to be sailod by memborhe who have not alloted a winning boat, The trophieos of £~/2/., £t/l/- and 10/6 are presoented by the club The proparatory gun will be fired at 2,6l pm, and the atlrllng gun at 3 p.m. The ontriea and handloape areo:-Nativo, or; ,Britannia, llmin 80 roo; Ripple, 1iBain 80oa; SDpray, 2L miu; Junita, 27min; Ehloio Bello, 27min 308oo; Moyno, B0min 0oo00; Admiral, Olocooo, 32miu; Thora, 38min; Ida, 81 min.

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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A SEAMAN DROWNED. AFTER A NIGHT ASHORE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 April 1914

fA J i8 1h DIROWN EDI AfTl'E~R A NIIHT A?ilOIWl, Y :srE : I:.v morniinjg at half past six Constablec Smith was informed by William Sclvidge, 19 Cole street, that (ie Iody or' a man was floating in the water near the Cein pier. The con stable it to the morgue, where it was identilied as I'rederick Corbett, aged 24 years, a sceiman on the ketch Helen Moore, i berthed at the pier, Robert Parry, lmaster of the ketch, sbtates thlat Corbctt was engaged as a seaman about a week argo and was paid i/8 for two days woill during Fritday. D)uring the night hie camne oni board and went into tihei c:apltain'i cabiniii and asked him to drink ,imse ibeer from a hottle he had in hiis pocket ut MRr Parry declined to do :so. Ihe did not see the man again; but bietwcon two and three on Friday morning a splasli in the water and the voic of s Iomcone calling out " Oh )1r " were heard, Corbett had Ibeeni ashore durinlg thIe night drinking with a shiplunate named Frederick Carlson, ;ar'lsoml wenlt to hIis ...

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B. SECTION PENNANT MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 April 1914

B, 3ICJTION PI1NNANT MATOUlEf. 3hippcr. - P Won Lost P1' F P A Josophoou 11 0 2 316 107 Hiddlo ,.. 11 7 4 255 220 Hall ... 10 1 4 245 210 Turner ,,, 8 4 4 184 172 Holmou ,. 1 - 1 28 27 Groon ... 3 8 - 72 01 1005 887

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THE COW QUESTION. MOTION POSTPONED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 April 1914

MOTION P'OSTPONICI), C(oncIII, n DunIIICLan IlLuoved ut the (Comiicil umooti g on Tuesday evUening that thel dlUciionl to apply for a by-law pohibiting cow kIouliZng ho roueiIdedI, Au the houi' wuauu late, he agreed to poutl)onoo hii mlotioln for a month,

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AVERAGES, SEASON 1913-14. A. SECTION PENNANT MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 April 1914

AVERAGES, EEASON 1913-14, A, 8EOTION PENNANT MATCHIIES, Slkippcr. MP W L Tic Bye PF PA Bradloy.,, 10 5 4 1 1 235 224 Gavoll.. 11 0 4 1 1 261 258 Willie ...12 4 8 - 1 254 800 Fowl6r.. 12 4 8 - 1 253 324 Jonue ... 2 2 -- 60 38 Mille .,. I - I - - 17 23 1070 1171 Owoe 101 Points.

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GOLDEN WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 April 1914

G(iOLDIN?I_ WIDDING, Tufin goldoni \Vjldbing of AMr 0, T, Ilurnoot J.P., aud IMr, lmluott was aolobrateod i ot Iheo h~lt of March, at the retldenoueo o their toll-in-lhrw,n r Mr artln Tyack, North Willihmutown. Th'loro wau a good gathoring? oft ohildron anld grandahildron, o wholml thloro are thirty ono. Afltoer thu wcddillg Ir:reaklfant tind toaatta of thoe brid?o alnd blritdofrtm hlid boon honorod, a very ot]jtyableo ovonintg wa'n apont with uitorho tnttl tijhtging, MIr and Mrs luan nott uotolt rsthut thirty live yoears iu the (lotullttrt Valloy Diltriet, ongaged in frmihtng itmtulta, htit lattorly have aottlhdo ilt \Yilliitnttow.n to uipond the Lvouinig of thoir dayi by tho oeatide.

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

BoWLS. ------"- Arnmadalo haa won tho 13, pennant, do foating M.O.0, In thoeoml-flnal, M1.00. boat Wllianimatown, tbroo of ita rinla be log down. Tho fourth, undor the cap. tainoy of U, J. Joasephlon, war up 3. H, J. Harvey and A, Stophoneon, in thin rink, wore pitted againao two captains and thoy boat them nino ino.,out of ton, W, Crawford , in thin rink, alao played woll.. Joaophoon'a rink won 0 matohoa out of 11. Lara noaonI it won 11 out of 12. Its aooro for tho aoaaon wao 816 for and 107 againat, a rooord unoquallod by any other rink in A or ncootiono, Jonophonu, who ia playor of 30 yoars ox porionoo, baa tho honor of boing tho obampion oaptain of tho uoaaon.

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THE TOWN HALL. MUNICIPAL CHAMBERS PROPOSED. AN AMENDMENT CARRIED. POLL OF RATEPAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 April 1914

THEi TOWN HALL. MUNIOIPAL OIAMBERS PROPOSED, AN AMENDMENT CARRIED. POLL OFI RATI(PAYERfJ, Tme Finance Oommittee, as mentioned in our last issue, recommended on Tuesday evening that the necessary steps be taken to borrow the sum of £6000ooo for the erection of municipal oftices on tile plans and specifications adopted by the Council, From Mr R, Walker, secretary of the Ratepayers' Vigilance Committee, a letter was considered in conjunction with the report, It drew attention to the emphatic protest nmiade against Iuilding the Town Hall and suggested that the miunicipal chambers be placed in repair. Mr. Walker also forwardod, by direction, a letter comnplaining that the public meeting convened by the Mayor was called to consider the Town Hall proposition, wliereas tile petitioncrs asked for a meeting to protest against it. The Mayor said the meeting was called in conformity with the Local Government Act. The meeting was not confined to any section of the rate payers; it was open to all...

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

S CRICKET. O.Y,M.R. 142, dotoalod ElItornwick 89 and 26, pillIauo (8 for 24) and IeIogarty (O6 for 12) oouring ibhe wickota.

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

W A Y& O, D~rapers, 1YIorcers, &c, 2.88 NE?LSON" PLACE, WILLIAM~STOWN, fSoll it for LESS booauoo they soll for OSH. FOOTBALL SEASON, 1914,. W, KEAYS & CO, will present A Gold Cur'b Alboert and Me~dal to M~ost Popular Player of Williamstown Football Club, Winner will be soleoted by Popular Voto. Res~ults of Voting will be ahown at? intervals, TROPHY ON VIEW IN WINDOW._ YOTES GIVIEN AWAY AT COUNTER, Auy tnim after lultchoul aart, fill inl name of your |player and return voting slip to W. Kenay & Co, It must be understood by all thuos participating, that the decioione of W. Kenayi & Co, will be flual, We will be picased to see you, W. KEAYS & CO., 233 Nelson Place. Long Values, ? . Short Prices. FO 8TERt't LAOIE I [t owm.] Tj li @ f#f1 AE @ 19 ® 11) I bAL IE, UNDERITAIKEI & EMBALMER~t. (Diploma from Professor Ilvors) '[.The Oldoet, .kot Economical, and Corn Esn~BrLIssuD 10158, plotojFirm in the Dhstriot, , , " "Tauruout No. 25, M....

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

II-LI UNDER NBW MANAGEMINTlf * YACHT CLUB HOTEL Nelson Place, Willialstonl, ' Ihe Leading HEouso AND One of the Boest Appointed out of Melbourne. Withiu a low minuleos of P'ioers, Itoamor, Ieoah and ou&th Stationo, and laths I -alfau.lhour from City by aon or Rail, "-~ i --.Thie RondIto voua of all YachtItOrn of tho Bt~ay I THIE AGOOMMODATION FOR THERE IS A] VISITORS 1 VERLY SUPERIOR. SPAOIOU8 CLUB ROOM', HOT and COLD BATHS, BILLIARIDS. LUNOCEON from 1 ti1l 2. ,ll Meals One Shilling. Telephone 76 (\Villiaoatown E4,), FIFBANK FINEIIGAN, Proprietor. SA I UEL SPRY'S * SHOE STORESO R. J. WATERA, Proprietr. Nelson Place, Williamstsown, (Near Yacht Olub H[otel.) looos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SI-IOES.to choose fromi '?. :C--VeryPair Guaranteed at 5/- iu the £ less than any shop in S Melbourne, SWe stake our reputation with every pair. Think what a saving this means to you. Don't go Elsewhere. Come and Inspect Our Windows. Small proflts and quick returns mean a saving to Purchasers. ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 April 1914

Advortisomontu, to be in timo for our noxt iuiuo, imut ruoah thlii olloo not later than 6 p.m. on Thuraday noxt, owing to the following day being Good Friday. Advice bha boon received by tho Railway Oommitionora from l Mr Morz, the dosignor of teh olootrilloatlon achomo, that betwcon 700 and 800 touna of stool work for the power station Iuild inga at Newport is about to beo aipped to Melbourne by the oontractora, Mooara Iaboook and Wilcox, and that two of the aix turbo altorator aota, which aro to be inutalled at the power station, are approaching completion at tho worka of the makors, Moaora 0, A, 'Paraona and Company, England, Ovor 1,000 mlon are employed i conneootion with the various oeotions of the power atatiou worka. About 00 non are aleo ougaged in the oar'tiou of tito largo oar rep:dir shod at Jolimout, which will form ail important part in the oloctrification echoulo. Mr A, White, boat builder, Nolton plaoo, will deliver to-day the ltat of the 3 Diatrict Naval Oflicorv' mo...

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

FOOTBALL. .-4---L-- [IY IIOUNDAIY], Thlis aftornoon 'Town will plhy a match with Brunswlok Juuiors. Bert Reitman has deolded to play this reanon, He began training on Thursday ovonhg.• It has boon known for some tiome that the ofiloors of the club have booeen trying to induce Roitman to again enter the arena, but it was not until Wednesday they. wore able to got a definite reply. Goneor satlafactlon has boon expressed at his doolson and it is almost cortain the playora will again eleact him captain. The team is worknlug very hard undor the oyo of Hall, IHo givoes them plenty to do in their apare time, Eldridge was granted his olorance to Footsoray. Coward is likely to play with lBallarat, lrooker has not trained thli soeason. The matoh against the Port Melbourno Railway United was too congestaled to bring out any good football. The two Buabridges had a run in the sooond half ; Nod has not qutIoe rooovored from the aooldenout to his foot, Balvado did a lot of running about, but would...

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

Evoi'ybuly's Praising it l-Vllh$t 1 OPIkON, a3ONES &j CO.'8 HARl) WOO00DS .Suction?, :%Aetlossn, SATURDAY, APRILI 4lth. At 8 o'elolklr, On ti P'roenluc. Sallhbury Streeot, Nowport. W H. O'ROURI?It (Auetionour), u nder inetrnotlo0n0 fPr' thelt Owner, O. Ilood, IE.., will ncll by Auti tion, D,FW.II. HIOUSE, contaluilng 3 ,ooms eoa,, Timber and Julltittg, Llnd, 88 x 110, For particulars apply W, IH, O'Rourko, Anotionoor, Wlllanmatown and Newport. THURSDAY, APR1I? 16th. At 2 o'olock on the Proemiou. " Oranlgmoreo," 1460 IForgt?uon Strot. fIRIRVOR JONES & CO, Autioelloor, . under instruotions trlin Mr A. Camoron, who is leaving for the (JoU tinent, will sell hIis housohold fturnituro. Further paiticulars poxt wook. No. 4000) TIllAN81rFlt 01W LAND AO1' 1890, MllOClAEL ORAWCOUR of I Itollhlltna Street Armadalo in tho Cotiunty of Bourlko Pawobroker has applied to bring the land described at the foot hereof uinder the above Act; and tle Otulltiusiolne:r of Titles hlas direoot...

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CORRESPONDENCE We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. WATER-WIND GAS. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 April 1914

GORRESPONDINCIE ---4- We do not noooeorrly Identify ourolvc wi~h the opiniors expres?od by Our oorroaspondouts. WATEIR.WIND G?., T'o the Editor of the "Advertiser'." 8mc,-In reply, I beg to otato that the title " Emmigrant " it not in my voca bulary, I douent like the name. The only ono from " Ovoroa " to my knowledgeo that the Gas Company has brought out is Mr 0.J. P Wadman Smitlh, and if he will engineer and manage to keeoop the water and wind out of thie gas pipes, it will be more to his credit than writing fabrications about me.-Youro, A 8, HERIOT.

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

KLOSEWITIE, Try it next washing day, It preserves the olothes, It menuns no wabhing board, It means no rub. It saves time, It saves wear and tear, _ It will aveo that tired folling, It will cavo you trylug anything elseo, It beata everything.? 4s fIWos & Soil.

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THE TOWN HALL. FORENSIC GAS AND LIMELIGHT. ALSO SOME CURIOUS SIDELIGHTS. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 April 1914

T''HE TO\VN HALL. FORENSIC GAS AND LIMELIGHIIT. ALSO SOME CURIOUS SIDELIGIITS. T'o the Editor of tile "Adve?tiser." Srl;,-Undcr tihe above heading "Junius.' in last Saturday's issue of your contem porary around the corner not " Back of the Beyond " has endeavoured to " hang, draw and quarter " me, But who is '' Junius," and what filial relationship does he bear to "Junicus."' Is "Junicus " tile offspring of "Junius," or his progenitor? If the former heredity has again proved itself, The funeral ode was magnificent, the senti. mncnts sublinme, but methinks the mcetre is wolilly, Marshall Hall (no connection) wouldt find it a nerve-racking operation to set the stanzas to mnusic, But " Junicus" did lois best. The trustees of our local cemetery exercise a \wise discretion in the choice of language allowed, Yet I am afraid the efforts of "Junicus" to the litera ture of the age vould not emerge with any degree of satisfaction to the contributor from the trying ordeal of the censor's knife...

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PRESENTATION TO MR T. RICE To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 April 1914

PRESENTATION TO MR T, RICE To tile Editor of the "Advertisor." SiR,-As one who attenoudcd the gather. ing of old pupils at St Mar:y's hall on Saturday night at poroonal inconvenh once, I wae disgusted to learn that there are " old boys" still residing in Williamstown who did not attend tho gathering, and amongst them are people who never wont to any school other than that presided over by the gentleman honored on Saturday last. One must deploro this aInck of public splirit, and consequently commisserato with them in ,th displaying of sname. The gathoring was a hugo succoess and full of iutercsat,--Youir, &c. AN OLD BOY, [Our report of the presentation will appear next woo.--En. Anv.,j

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RETURN OF REV. JOHN CALDWELL [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 April 1914

RIITURN OF RIWV, JOII0N CALD)WELL --~---- Til Ro1v. John Caldwell, who ha been abtuent from hisa pulpib through ill-health for six months, will reaumo his paatorate to-morrow, preohiong both morning an4 evening, On Tueaday ho will be tendered a " Welouo Ilonme " euoial in thu Young ao:Mn's Hall. The Royv. R. Murray, B,D,, will proalde, The Right Rev, Prfe.eaor Rontoul, D.D., modorator of the P1'eabyterlan Ohuroh of Australla, will addreat the gathoring. Speeoches will al9 bho dolivored by Mr John Lommon, dI,L,A,, and othors, A flrgt oclajs programme ha~ boon prepared,

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