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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 11 April 1914
!W" UNDER NNW MANAGiEMIi NT, YACHT CLUB HOTEL Rendezvous Nelson Place, Williamstown, The Leading House AND One of tho Best Appointed out of Melbourne. -Within a low miuutos of Pior., s toamord, Boach and South Stations, and Baths I Halftan-hour from City by Loa or Rail. The Rondezvous of all Yachtmoen of tho Bay I THE ACCOMMODATION PfOR THERE I1 A . VISITORS IS VERY SUPERIOR. SPAOIOUS OCLUB ROOM. HOT and oOLD BATHS. BILLIARDS. LUNCHEON from 1 till 2. All Meals One Shilling. Telephone 76 (Williamstown E,.). FRANK FINE GAN, Proprietor. SAMU EL SPRY'S SH-OE ,S TO RES R. J, W ATERMA l Poprietor. Nelson Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht Olub Hotel.) xooos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at S/- in the £ 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 mean a saving to Purhaseors. TIES! TES TES There are friendshi...
COMPULSORY TRAINING CASES. CHARGES OF MISCONDUCT. SEVERAL YOUTHS FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 11 April 1914
COldPULSORY TRAIIINiG CASES. OLIARUES 01F MISCOONDUCT, SIEVERAlT YOUTHS IINECD, TsIosixs O'Brien, Willian Alfred Miles, Norman John 1)urkin, Allan Russell Osmond and Charles Evans, charged under regulation 236 with misi behaving themselves while in the ranks, appeared before Mr Notley Moore, P.M., on Thursday afternoon. Captain V., J. Whitehead, area officer, appeared to prosecute. Lieutenant Frederick Adrian Keith Boyd gave evidence as to the inatten tion, jostling, etc., indulged in by the defendants, who were fined ro/. In default of payment, the lads will be taken into custody by the fort com imandant, Another chargo of leaving the ranks without permission was preferred against ITLrold Ronald liaxby, who pleaded not guilty. Lie was also fined 0o/.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 11 April 1914
Suporintondout Liudsay, of the Now. port ireo brigade, has hold a .atisfactory trial of a suction apparatus intended for convoying water from the bay in the event of fire in the vicinity of the shipping and out of the water supply sorvioo. Tho experiment was vory sucooseafl. The firo ongino was taken along the Battory road to tho foot of the Broak water pier and, by means of about 60 foot of piping, a oopious supply of water was pumped up. Councillor Horiot moved at tih last meeting of tho Counoil that £400 be placed on the loan uohodulo to provide an outlet for tho drainage of Annio street, The motion was eocondod by Councillor Noal, who, however, thought the work might be paid for out of revenuo. Councillor Troganowan also contended the amount was too small for inolusion in the loan, The motion was lost, At St. Mary's Church on Sunday last, the palms wore blessod by the Rov. M, D. Finan, The pastor, Rev. Fathor Brazil, in apoaking on the Passion of Ohri?t in the ovoning, remarked ...
CRICKET. POLICE v. POSTMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 11 April 1914
POLICE v. POSTMEN. A ORolCirT match was played on thu Garden's roesorv on Saturday last betwoon tho Polico and Postumn. Tho soores woro-Police, 70; Posetmn, 66. Best Iatsmon for Polico woro Abbourto and Milos, anud for the Potsaou, Jolllnhis and Wilson, Thu bhst bowlors: - Constablo l)oluou hbowled well for the Polioe, scouring 6 wiokotk for 12 runl. Reilly for tho Postmun got 4 wickots for 2 runs, The P'olice have won two out of the throoe gaeso played between thelso teams this uoason. A pompous physician who was in. clined to criticise others was watching a stonemason build a fence for his neighbour, and thought the mason was using too much mortar, lie said : Jim, mortar cover a good Imany miis takes, does it not ' YCe doctor, re plied the ll?,uso5, and su duoes the spade.
WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 11 April 1914
WILLIAMSTOWN TrElATRIU A splendid ountrtainumont has beoa given at the Thoatro during the weok. The Dontiuns, a troupo of r,orial por formers and dental marvals wont through some very souenational and clover feats, one particularly daring o:at bIing a sensation glide over the audioaco, whilst haugiug with his tooth. The picture propgrailmo included sovoral very fiune subjects. The Phanton Bignal showed the high perfeootion of the cinomatogrdph of today both iu the ox collont aotiug and staging. Two oomcdy subjoote worry of upecial notico, by the Keystone Coy. was Cohen saves the Flag and Two Old Tars, the olover plot and funny situations caunod roars of laugh ter nightly. For to-night'a programme a par tioularly strong programmeo is arrangeod, Inoluding a great Cihincao undorworld picture, Thoe hinoso Doath, this subjoet is in two rools and for novelty and in teresting story is the last word in motion pioturo production. Other sub jiots includo a Keystouo comedy, Fatty joins the For...
OBSCENE LANGUAGE. TWO NAVY SEAMEN FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 11 April 1914
OBSClENE LANGUAGE. TWO NAVY FJEAMEN IINED, 'Two navy neanion named Thomas Charles IBnd and (3 eorge I lowarth were charged buforo hlr Notloy Mooro, P.M, at the Court of Petty teeaiowo onl 'i Tharday with using ob aconot language at the Williamstown station after the arrival of the la-t train on 8th inet, Bond pleaded guilty, Constable Walnh deposed t, having arrested Bond, who wan slightly under the inluence of drink and handed iu a eample of the language, An olficor on the Mfolbourne gave toetimony as to the good character of thli defendant who wa flined LO/-, iHowarth pleaded not guilty, John Henry Ilogau, porter, gave evidence that after he had taken the dlefenant'o ticket and advisned him to go aboard, he turned round and used the languago complained of, Constablo Gloonon alho gave evi dlcnce. Defendant wat lined 10/-.
MUNICIPALISATION. OF MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 11 April 1914
MUNICI PALISATION, OF MEOIIANICS' INSTITUTE, N) the question of the Council taking over the Mechanics' Institute it han boon' pointed out that the inueti Lute cost about £ 10,000 and had only a mueirl)ership of about 139, and that its usefulness might be incrcased one hundred fol by making it more ac cessible to the public. To nay that a capital expenditure of over £70 per member only yielded W1;/- per annum in subscriptions was an evidence that the ins itution wan not availed of an it might be Fairly strong argument) were on the side of the municipalisoer, not the least being that since the last pro. poeal was turned down, with the help of some memberts of the institute com mittee, the instituteo had gained nothing and the ratopayers had gained nothing The rejection of that ochome had left an opcmnig for private enter prise, which had built the Picture Theatre The effect was to regulate the inalitute from the position it had occupied for 25 years as the leading place of entertainme...
NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 11 April 1914
NOTES OF THE WEEK, -Football -Premiership matches -Commence on Monday. -Williamatown raooe Easter Monday, -Most of the local shops are closed to-dry. -- Quo Vadiu " attracted largo at. tendances at the Picturo Theatre yesterday, -The winter time table of the Mol bourno Forrisc Company appears on the fourth page, -A special holiday matineo will be given at the Thoeatre, Monday afternoon at 2.30. -At the invitation of the All ort Park Yaoht Club, the Punt Club willhold a race on the lake on Easter Monday, -Sir. Ian Hamilton inspected repro. sentatives of Metropolitan rifle olubs at the Rifle Ranges last Saturday after noon. -The lioonsoof the Oriontal hotol has boon transferred from Mrs 1, Barry to Mr Stephen Ryan and of the Steam. packet hotel from Mr W, W. Millor to Mr Joseph Davis, -The Loyal Philanthropic Lodge will hold a sooial and pound night on Tuesday April 20th, when a woloomo will be tendered to the newly elected Grand Mastor, lro. W. D, Morgan, --Brother Lydiato has boon l...
FORTY-FIVE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 11 April 1914
FORTY-FIVE CLUB. ITo woekly mooting of the above was holdl on, Tuoaday evening lale. Mesars J. Nooean and II, loegarty were admitted to memborahip, The latter uccceeded in smaking aen etatpietoulln etart by gapturing the Ocerond priz, The first prize wars praoeoted by AM. J. Ward and Co, which was won by Mr Qutlgley. The trophy of the provious evoening, preaontod by Mir hpurling, wan won by Mr 0, Brooks Mini A, I?itzpatttick; Prince Alhert lootel hta promined a trophy for Eaatoer Tuesday night, There will he no meet lfg on Tuesday next 7th inet, On Tueaday, March 17th,, the presi dent Mr J. Curry, in a few well chosen remarka wirhed Ion voyage, to Mr W, A, Phillipa, prior to his departure for a nix months tour with the J. (. Willlama Opera Co, Mr Phillipa suitably re aponded,
UNLAWFUL GAME. TWO-UP PLAYERS FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 11 April 1914
UNLAWFUL CAME. -----*---- TWO.UP PLhYItRl FBINED, rSIXmTEN young men named William Wilson, Lionel Wren, Richard Flan nery, Ernest Pinkney, William Brandor James Walsh, Frank Allinson, John Thomas, Roy Intoman, John O'Leary, David MoKenzio, Alfred Strong, Jamea Newman, Arthur Allinson, William Edward White and Charles Tucker were charged with playing an unlawful game, to wit, two-up, before Mr Notloy Moore, P.M., at the Court of Potty Sessions on Thursday. * Mr Sonouborg appeared for the do fondanut, and Sergeant Curtin pro eecuted, Alfred Georgo Tatchell, constable, stationed at Newport, deposed that on the 15th nit, he crossed the river at an early hour and saw the dlefendants in an excavation. Ho had the aid of a telescope and saw Wilson, Intoman, Pinukney, Allinson and others tossing coins and thowing something into the ring. Constable Black corroborated the evidence. After a lengthy argument by Mr Sononberg, the Court found 13 of thoe dofendants guilty and lined them £2 The char...
GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 11 April 1914
(;/UN (.!UR. Tiu? Williainetowoti tun Club had a highly auoootifful mootuing on ?aturday, when the anunal ladies' trophy comupoitions woto shot off. l?'iy-oight nomliatiolo woar received. ThI birds woro oexop. tionally good, and at th o od of esr rounde, thoro woro only livo ellootore loft inl, lhltillug on, the prizoo weri won by the following lnarktukon :--l1irst prizo (afternoon loa Hut), " Haydon " ; sooond (eako baukot), " Arol " ; third, (hoh watr jlug), ' Cromar " ; fourth (ladloa' brullh and \omb), O. Muorrluson The trophiotl woro pro:ionted to the wlnlner by Mr J, L. 1 llaharry. hMr O. II. Djwn, one of thl fuodrllo ' of the oolub, was pronontod with a oaun of fruit knlivoe at a tokotl of citemuil, Aftornouon tea wat ourved to the ladiotl prouent, Thoe r alnsdor of tho afturnoon weas devoted to woeoptolaker , which woro won by " [Haydon," f. A. P'arkor, i, ICotlnndy" T, MA. Hlowll, Cl, flruit, Four hIutdreod birdto woero put through tho traps,
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 11 April 1914
RAILWAY TIMVE TABLE. MELBOURNE TOIWILLIAMSTOWN, WILLIAMSTOWN TO MELBOUIINE. Pt,.-5 47, 5 53, 6 2, 6 16, 6 31`, 6 4?c, .\.cM.--.8, 6 0, 6 27, 6 309, 6 46, 7 7 7 10, 6'49-', 6155', 6s574, 7 18c, 7 40, 7 Sc, 8 c, ?7s2", 7 35, 7 34c, 7s50*, 7 57" 8 4c, 8 48, Oc, 9 31c, O55c, 10 24c, 10 58c, 11 28c, 8 20, 8 45c, 9 16c, 9 26, 9 42c, 10 18c, 10 37c, A.M-12 Oc, 1 18c, 12 27, 12 42, 1 Ic, 1 25c, 11 20c, 11 47c. p.M.-12 11c, 12 44c, 1 6, 1 45c, 2 c, 3 30, 2 17, 3 2, 3 30c, 4 lc, 4 30c, 1 2, 135c, 1 1c, 2 Sc, 2 29c, 2 49c, 3 11, 4 49, 55, 5120', 5 19, 5 31, 51 45, 5 52, 6 2, 332, 3 48, 4 20c, 4c0?5, I4 60c, 6a0*, 6§12", 6 10, 6 27, 6 319, 6 9, 7 27, 7 51, 8 ?S, 9 0, 5s18:, 5 13c, 5 31, , 4.Ic, 60s*, 6 Oc, 6 14, 9 34, 57, T1012f, 10 29, 10 57, 11 23, 11 40, 6 26, 6 42, 6 55, 7 0, 7 18, 7 28, 7 48, 8 14, 11 55 6aturdayo- 8 38, 0 9, 0 47', 10 17, 10 37, 10 5Sf, 11 14, A.M.-5 -17, 5 33, 62, 6 16, 6 31', 6536', 116). A,Mt,-12 5 6s42*, 6 51c, 7 18c, 7 410, 7 58c, 8 25c, 8 48, Sat-Tralins as uslual t...
REV. JOHN CALDWELL. RECOVERY FROM ILL-HEALTH. WELCOME BY CONGREGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 11 April 1914
REV. JOHN CALDWELL REOOVERY ?IQROM ILL-HIIALTIl. WELCOME BY CONGREtATION, THE school hall at the rear of the North Presbyterian Church was crowded out on Tuesday evening, the occasion being the return to his pastorate of the Rev John Cahldwell, who has been an inmate of a private hospital for some months. The welcome was a convincing testimony of the widespread esteem and respect in which the reverend gentle man is held, Rev. R. Murray, who presided, re marked that he had been abtens fromn duty himself for sonime time through ill health; hu t his trouble was in the head, whereas the trouble of Mr Cald well was in the feet. Mr Paine delivered an effective speech on behalf of the congregation, IIe referred to the gratitude they felt at Mr Caldwell's restoration to 'health after a severe illness and of the sincerity of their welco ne, They wel comed him because they loved him. Love was a word the cauti ,us Scotch man was not fond of using because it let the outsider see too much ; but ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 11 April 1914
IB RIIRY bSBY. WILLIAMTOW x .TO PORT YIWELBOU NE. WINiTER TIME TABLE. -Weather and other circumstances permitting - )n and after April 14th, the Service will be run as follows ; From Gem Pier Williamstown--, Week days,--a.,--6,35 8n,m, 8.85, 935, 10,86, 11.85, 12.85. ,x. 1.35, 2.35, 3,35, 4 25 5.10, 5.50. Saturdays as usual till 10.85, thou 11.25, 12.10, 12 50, 1.35. Thence hourly. Sundays,-Hourly from 1 35 p m. till 5.35, p,w, , ZFrom Port Molbourne- Week days.-A.x -7.0, 8,0, 9 0, 10 0 11 0, 12.0, ,r.-1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, then 4,45, 5 30, 6 12. Saturdays,--110, 11.45, 12.30, 1,15, and 2, thence hourly. Sundays,-Hourly from 2 p.m, to 6 p m. FARES-Williamstown to Port Melbourne, 3d. singlec; 6d. return Children Halfprice, -Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/. MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, Ltd., Collins House, Melbourne. The North Williamstown Corner Stores, Timber and Firewood Yards. Try Corner Ferguson street and Railway placa Also Railway Siding, FOR BUILDING M'I4ERIAL of every descri...
ST. MARY'S SCHOOL. PRESENTATION TO MR. T. RICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 11 April 1914
ST. MARY'S SCIOOL. PlI3Edi NTAT'IOtN TO MRt. T. RIoE. Mii, Thomas Rice, who for a consider able time presided over St. Mary's school, received a presentation at St. Mary's hall on Saturday week by former pupils. Mr. . J. Gubbins occupied the chair, lie said Mr Rice was a strict disciplinarian, and had received at least one tempting offer from the State, but had declined in order that he might continue with his own school, Mr Rico had thus sa:rificed a State pension which he would be now enjoying in the evening of his life. Rev. Father Brazil said he felt satisfied that this gathoring of old pupils after an interval of many years was a great compliment and consola tion to their olt preceptor. Teaching was a sacred and noble profession, and, next to the parent, he know of no other who exorcised a greater influence over the young mind, He was not in Williamstown during Mr Rico's term of oflico, but he had abundant evi dence of his successful work in the many sterling members of his pre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 April 1914
WILLIAMSTOW TO PORT EILBOURNE. WINTER TIME TABLE. -Weatlher and other circumstances permitting. On and after April 14thb, the Service will be run as follows : From Gem Pier Williamstown Week days.-A.M.-6,35 8.35, 0.35, 10,35, 11,35, 12,35, " r,M,-1,35, 2.85, 3.35, 4 25, 5,10, 5.50. Saturdays as usual till 1085, then 11.25, 12.10, 12.50, 1.35, Thoence hourly till 5 35. Sundays.-Hourly from 1 35 p in, till 5,35, p,w, From Port Melbourne Week days.-A-,.t -7.0, 0.0, 10.0 11.0, 12.0. 2.m.-1.0, 2,0, 3.0, 4.0, then 4,45, 5.30, 612. Saturdays,-11.0, 11.45, 12,30, 1.15, and 2, thence hourly till 6. Sundays.-H-ourly from 2 p.m, to 6 pm. FARES--Villiamstown to Port Melbourne, 3d. single; 6d. return Children llalfprice. Weekly Tickets, 1/t; Monthly Tickets, 6/. MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, Ltd., SCollins House, Melbourne. The North Williamstown Corner Stores, Timbe aud Firewood Yards. O WEJ@NIV, DON & C . Corner Forguson strooeet and Railway placo Also Railway Siding, FOR BUILDING MATERIAL of...
CORRESPONDENCE We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. NEW MUNICIPAL CHAMBERS. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 April 1914
CORRISPONDENGCE Vi. do nlot cc?son rily idouteify our,:l,., withl tlbh uopiiols explressed by Our oo0fi'iropILndll itu. NE\? MUNICIPAL, CIIAMIlERS. --------- 'To the Editor of the "Advertiser." SI,--The stagnation patty dies hard Raving favored municipal offices to a lT'own [Iall, it now favors the repair of the old offices to the erection of a now building. It would be better, iii my opinion, t s repair the present building than to rebuild it. Repaired at a moderate cost, it would return a rental of a pound a week as a residence, hoarding house or factory. But the Town I lall has got to come. Vested interest cannot stop it, The chambers, therefore, should be built with that fact in view. It is said the Council cannot afford new municipal olfices. There is no muicipality in the metropolitan area in a better position as regards loans. Next year the steam ferry lo.n will be paid off, and this will mean Liaoo a year saved. With that addi. tional suni to handle and the additional sumn r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 April 1914
Aucllioure. Proliminary Notioo. TUES1DAY, APRI o 28, on the Prolul?os. Kororolt Creek Road, N. Williamstown. A DAMSON, SBTIREIVLE & CO, Pty, Ltd, in conjunction with MoPHIAIL 13RO0. & CO., under inetruotiona from D. Oreave and W. J, Ulrwin, oxooutore to the late Thomas Grioves, will toll by Public Auction on above date the whole of the Dairying Plant, including about 200 head of Cattle, 20 Iloraso and Ponies (mixed), Cartr, Harness, &o, Ifurthor Partiocular later, A I.i'ER all BUOI(LIIE BROS3. areo Beit and Choapout for Houso Painting, Paperhanging, tignwrlting, Graining, &o. EUtimatos given. Iergusonu troot and 102 Melbournoe road, North Williams town. Tel. 3554, ý(.AY Hloroe for salo, thick sot. 1JP Apply J. B,. Popper, Colo Streeoot, D OUBLiF'rontod 5 roomed Hou1o, tO S lot, all convonioencs,-Apply 55i North Road, Newport. 1 TI3E Young Girl wanted, to assist 1 housowork.-Apply "' The Palmu," 1,1L7 ColIl Street, Willilamtown, "WTANTIED, immediately,...
OPEN-SEA BATHING. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 April 1914
OPEN-SEA BAT'IIING. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." S,--If there is any great desire to see progress in this town, then let attention be directed to the most urgont require mcents. A probllem that sooner or later will require some attention, is open-sea bathing, a thing fromn a health point of view-that ought to Ihe encouraged instead of otherwise, So why not deal with the matter in its in fancy and provide some facilities for bathers to undress and dress. It is beyond reason to expect our women folk (who are so fond of the water) after bathing to walk perhaps 2 or more miles to their homes in wet clothes On the other hand it is not in accord ance with decency, to have men .tand ing about with leoss on than a shirt, Now, Sir, I do not think that the Council need go to any great expense by providing sheds. With the AMuni cipal Band, which obtains liberal sup port from the ratepaycis at their com mand, I think something could he done by arranging a series of conlcerts and band ente...
CHRIST CHURCH, NEWPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 April 1914
CIIDST CHIIUI(CHII, NiWPOlIRT.` 'Tum ltov, V. Lynch, t,Do, dolivorod t very interesting looturo in the Parilh Hall on Thuraday ovening on the Palsion of our Lord," naooompauied with luit:hale lantern vieows, Th attendance over 100 was good eosnidoring the holidays and the shops being open, A hoarty vote of thanks was moved by the vicar to the leoturor, and acoonded by by Mr Max well, who hoped to havo another visit from Mr Lynch. The leooturer promised to give anIother lecture on ' London " about Juno, the proceeds to be dovoted to saneo church fund, The (lood h'riday uorvico was well at tended, Christ 'Church being draped for the ocoasion, On Eastor day, the Church was nicoly deoorated for the Queen of Feativale, the choir rendering an anthem. On 20th inst the vicar, Rov, C, W. RHtton will exchango pulpits with Rova, J, T, Woods, St, Augustineo', Moroland and proeacoh the 6,6, Anniversarysorviceo and Mr Woodlm will occupy the pulpit at Chrlst Church, In the mornilng, Rv. W, T, Roac...