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POWELL—BATES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 2 May 1914
POWELL—BATES. &nbsp; &nbsp; Another very interesting and quiet ceremony took place at Christ Church vicarage, Newport, on April 7th, when &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. W. Hope Powell, Petty Officer in Wireless Telegraphy, H.M.A.S. "Mel- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; bourne" was united in the bonds of holy matrimony to Miss Jennetta &nbsp; Martha Isabella B. Bates, daughter of A. E. H. Bates, Newport, the vicar, Rev. G. W. Ratton, officiating. The bride was given away by her father and looked charming in her dress of white silk, embossed voile, with silk lace overdress. Her mother wore a black &nbsp; &nbsp; silk poplin and her sisters white em- broidery. The bridegroom, in naval uni- &nbsp; form, was supported by Messrs. F. S. Instance (host man) and M. Weeks &nbsp; (groomsman) both in uniform. Hearty congratulations and good wishes for a happy married life were extended to the happy couple, who proceeded to B...
WONG TOY SUN SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914
WONG TOY SUN SIASON. 'T'O-NIuIIT the famous Ohineuo utilatL will minto hla tbet appoaranoo in Williamn town, at the Thoetro. It is moro than throo yoara aiioo this great ontortainor appoared in Molbsurno undor thue arry ltlokaurda managomont, when ho oroteod a hugo aaooo?s, Ilis ontortainioent conaiatt of a aorioa of wondortal Ohinoau illuasions and neantationi, Ilo will bo ahowa in o onjuuotion with a full pioturo programmo for aix nights,
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914
Fsiaricu fur tho £(xt 3Xtuhou uluuu Lu night zat 0 o'clock at Il'rbukti AlfrUd JIutul, t3tovodurc utrout, A Iargo outry is expcutux, Mr flub Lunid Ineu boon appuintod judge. -1Iv WillInia 1Ioulmun, i vetueran uluoitiuiiiat, and tither ot thU N.31W. l'ruilur, ha tu be londurud at cuijlihinie tary buienllh In Sydney on 14th feat , and will appeav with Mr Walter Iluntloy in a UOouOu na " Othollo,"
BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914
BASEBALL. -----+--- "A" irado playod JIaut Molbourno on tho lattor'u ground laout iSaturday and ronultcd in it win for Willianiutown by 115 to 1. To-day thin toatn play Oarlton on tho local ground. Noxt laturday Prahlran will comno to theo oauIdo. "BI" Grade played Iitzroy at 1fitzroy laut Saturday and Williamnltown won by 9 rune to 6, To-day thini toail play llruawvic? at lirlnnwlek, Noxt Saturday thoy journoy to 1Eauondon, "O" Grado play Anuut Valo at Port Molbourno to-day and Nurth Molbourno at North nexLt taturday,
WITH THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914
WITH TUI9 JUNIORY. [I3Y Wu15'imrI], P'ort Moib, 12 gmIla 0 bohindu A-- l ptu, Jutuiurj 7 goi G bhuhiiuda -.17 ptu. J;uuiora` g alktckoru---hMouoy 2, o, I'auuull, Aihturd, Ptunuhuu auid J, Jawio lOfl, Thu aiuyu wnatoh waus plyyid oil tho Puort Molbournu groundl an11( the grame upi to halt·tiio wau'I Wll conitO:tod, after thean the buttar condiltion of i'orttr pro vailca, Tot' the Junluiu, W, OCtue, kiOdwiult, IDoau, Mulonay, Ptl4ulitu andi Thutpuoan 'VarO awulugul thU beal, To-day. Junieta v, P'rguton, On thu luowl arickot grounud. The team will be ewuhau frome the followinig ;--'unaliou (2), UCwe, Azihfurd, Mfalunay, Duan, Dunnu,( (un, Jautii'uon (2), Sinytho, Matthowa, 1Ulog , Tlwizipeuo, Ludwielc, Mabuhoueghij, Ilutitrtlio d, Pan uol, Urounaway,Walker, Malnluou,\Voda, Meuro, Hall and Allan.
COLONIST OF SIXTY YEARS. DEATH OF MR. L. GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914
COLO0NIT OF SIXTY YEARS. DEAT'II OF 0 IR, L, L A, GaY. MR, Lawrence Gray, an old resident of the town, died at about midnight on Thursday last after a long illness, He was 35 years and 5 months old and had been in the hands of the doctors for the last six months or more, Mr. Gray was of a singularly good humored disposition. IIe was a keen politician and an ardent lover of dis cussion and his fund of anecdote was inexhaustible, Thei vessel he arrived in in 13, I 'wai thle " izzie \VWebber," and he settled in Williamstown. Ons of the lirst jobs he got at his trade as a blacksmith was making iron bars for the cells of the convict barracks on the sito now occupied by the Carlton brewery, As evidence of the adven turous spirit of his ancestors, ho used to say that his father was the first male in the family who died in bed out of five generations, all the others losing TIIIV IATE' MRI Ij, GIRAY, their lives in hattle or shipwreck or by some umisulhance on land or sea. His grandfather an...
FOOTBALL. [BY BOUNDARY] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914
FOOTBALL. ----4~-- - [BY BouNDAURYI. Williialutown, 12 go:wls 13 bohliind--t85 pti. Port hilb,, 4 goals 13 buhinda -21 pt-, Willia'?itown'u goal-lhikltrir--fJb'c lo 3, Amy 2, N. Ilubridgo 2, MoTaggart 2, O'lallorau, Roitman, Graut. Fourth day, 'Iown in winning fottlo. Port Molbourno outclauesid, Sohado, from Ifootuoray, nmdo a good boginning by rogiatoring throo goals, all of which ho had to battlo for hinself. Camorou again justillod his iuolution. 1io is vory gamo, and with a littl ioro tuition should bo ablo to mako bottor uso of tho ball, N, Hlhbridgo was rondorod groggy oarly in tho matoh by a uovoro smack on tho noao. Gibbs was handlod vory roughly, but, as uaual, gonorally mauagod to look aftor hiamsolf. With Harrison improvinlg as hoa is, tho ruok should bo groatly stroigtihonod, Mitoholl hit tho poet In tho oarly part of tho gamuo, and had tho bad luck not to scoro a goal during tho match, Town'ts accuraoy in pausing wis a ploasurablo foaturo in a rathor up and down gamno. ...
THE TRAIN SERVICE. TRAINS NOT RUNNING TO TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914
ItAINi NOT RlUNNIN? O TO TIII ? . Me, I.ulnlnonll, , !.,., hau written to the Chuirimai of the Victorian Rail wayu Conlmmia:liorl as follows: " Bitter complaintt have reached me about the failure of the trainm on the \Villiamintown line not running to time. C:amwe wiru cited by young ladiea of the morning trainu beind l5, 20 and 2i5 minutes behind timoe, with the reitll that they woro late for duty, and have to writo out oxplanationt and in many easlo: aI er hm?li , 1 ke1ta record for a weok omyoelf of thu trains I travolled in, and fow, if any, ran to time. lu view of the fact that thl Sldlwatevr Bridge il about complete, I trust you will take tihe iecenary stoep to nol that tihe travolling pubic of WVilliamuntown, who aro plractically at your Illorcy, vill receive better treat. mont in tim future."
EMPRESS PAVILION. MAGNIFICENT PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914
EM' PR?SS 1P VIJION. MAGNIIflOENT PROGRAMME. Down the Orateo of Voauviuu ia the t?tar picturo for to-night depioting Vu auviut uamoking ominously acrosa the Bay of Naploa; the ruinu of Pompol, the rich pleasure city of the Romano which was totally doatroyctd by Veuuvius; the train of the funicular railway aecondiug the 8toop slopo towards the tmountait top ; the Observatoey ongulfed by molten lava in the 1006 oruption when 200 people wore killed ; the rim of the Ooun within the now volcanic mouth, 1200 fcot be low ; a battery of futulrolol in the do rount ; the two millo deep Heoll Pit, filled with boiling lava; a glanco upwards roete the orator at a depth of 1000 foot ; the party on the floor of the crater; gettiog ready for the final descent; the edge of the abyuu 1212 tfot down; the lowoat point to which mtan can doseond into Vesuvius. The temperature insido the abyss is 1112 degreesu ar: The Hold Up, a etirring drama by the gtnoat Tan houuor Co., and other uubjoet in keep ing wi...
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914
")1U 1 SI3Y'Cl IAN CHiiURICH, A Social evening, tendered by the Board of Managemtient to the Imem1bers and adchercsnts of the congregation, was hehl in tihe School hall, Cecil street, on Monday evening. Rev. R. Murray presided .over a large attendance, and, on behalf of the Board, extended a cordial welcome to all who had availed thelcselves of the invitation and trusted they would all enjoy a very pleasant evening. IIe briclly outlicd tihe main objects of the gathlring, one of which was to en deavour to hring the church incmubers into closer Ipersonal touch with oach other, and further to afford themi an opprtuniity of freely discussing various proposals for the pul lOse of augment ing tlhe church funds. The evening lassectl off very success fully ;1and the mullsIical proIgrll ntlllllt was highily appreciated by all present. The following ladies anld gcntleumln con tributed to the proglamnle,--Mrs R. Peace, 'Thec ltaird O'Cocklpen " and " Coltin' thllro' the Rye"; -Mr P. Bird C Adi...
BOWLERS' BILLIARD ASSOCIATION. THE "ALOCK SHIELD." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914
iOWYLEiRS' BILLIAI(D ASSOCIATION, iTHE ' ALOOK S?lIfDLD." TlmL Metropolitan and Suburbau Bowliig Clubs "havo oa4sblishld a Billinad Asaooiatlon, and iutor-olub compotlionu havo boon arrangod for tho ?a oason," which will oxtond from May to Soptom bor. ,T'ho onditlons are.-lour playora to conatituto a team; majority of wino, or in theo ovon of a tio, majority of points to decido,. The Williamstown Olub has beooen placed in lootion 1, and their list of ongagomnots is as ofll was; May 20, v. lilomington, at Williamatown; Juno 8, v. Moonoo Ponds at Muonoo Ponds; Juneo 17, v. Aacotvalo, at Williamuatown ; July 1, v. ECaondon, at Ea?sodon, July 15, a bye ; July 20, v. Flomington, at Flomingtou ; Aug, 12, v,Moonoo Ponds at Williamstown; Aug 26, v. Auootvalo, at Aaootvalo; Bopt 0, v. Essoudon, at Williauatowu,
WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE. SPLENDID ATTRACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914
VILLIAMISTUOWN THEIATRI[ SPLENDID ATTRACTION?S. Au highly divorting programme of picturos and vaudovillo has, been givon at the theatreo during the wool. This is the 30th wook of the unparalloled sue coss of the now mauagomont, which shows that a theatre will bo patrolnisd by the Williamstown public if the on tortainmont is up to the standard. The ontorpriso of this successful managemeont knows no bounds, judging by tha, outer tainmont submitted in comparison to other suburban and oven oilty shows, for in many oasoe artists are to be soon at our theatre, which ovoen thoe town showy have nod sooured, lFoy to-night's programmo Wong Toy San, the fImous hineseo artist and full company make their first appearanco ; also a full star picturo programmo, including two star films and a host of other subjects, For Monday's chango of programmo a film of the Advoentures of the famous pugillst, Jack Johnson, Paris, this seories of films shows the groat lover dancing with his wife and going throug...
GEORGE HENRY TRUSLER. NINE MONTHS IMPRISONMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914
GIEOR1G IlENRY TRUSLUR. NINE MONrIII IlMPIItiONMIEN,'. 'l'u, Mayor and Messrs Bolton and Lonsdale yesterday heard a charge of wilful expo.ure preferred against George [enury Trusler, a tiremau employed on the dredge George Appleton by the IlUrbtor 'TrutistI , i0 i.tiding .a I)uov.r place. Sub inspector Kenneally prosecuted and Mr \Vhitehead appeared for the accused, E'izahethl McNamara, a married woman, who spoke with a Scottish ac cent, gave evidence that she resided with her husband at 51 Champion road. She was in domestic service at Yarraville and caught the train which left North \Villiamstow station at about six in the morning, On Wednesday, 29gth April, as sheI was approaching the station, she saw accused standing in the light of one ofithe windows. IHe shuflied his feet and afterwards came to her near the ladies' waiting room and made use of an expression which she handed to the Bench. When she reached her place of employment she related more fully what the mtan had done and ...
ACCIDENT AT DOCKYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914
ACCIDENT AT DOCKYARD, JoiuN Jessop, Osborne street, employed at the dockyard, was desccnding the dock stcps on Tlhursday and holtiiLng on to i rope to steady himuself, when the rope gave a little and hce over balanced and fell. A mate named O'Brien rescued him before he fell into the water at the bottom of the dock. Jcssop is in the hands of Dr Maclean suffering from bruises,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914
RAIUOAT WEATHW E will sot in in real earnest any day now. You cannot afford to go far from home without protootion. Call and seeoo our range of smartly-tailored Raglan Rain Coats, in all shades and prices for Ladies and Gentlemen, TODAY we offer values umnuatchablo anywhore, Daily we are receiving now lines in stylishly Tailored Costumes and Fashionable Coats--PFLEELY TW EED. COATS, REVERSIBLE TWEED COATS, BLANKET' TWEED COATS, RAINPROOF COATS, - Ladies should call and make Selection early,---- Rich and Rare Furs in our immense collection offering at tempting prices to-day. Black Fox Necklots, Black Hare Nucklets, Squirrel Necklots, Squirrel Mulls, Feather Boas, Necklets and Muffs at leas than London prices, but only one of each style. Manufacturers' Samples, We are Specialising in Ladiaes' Tailor-made Costumeso, Sco our range of Costume Cloths, You should place your order early as we will have to limit orders fromn ow n. 'Phone us and we will forward Patterns. GL Ta K[(EH &...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. Steampacket Hotel, COLE STREET. J. DAVIA, Prop relto, Late of Christchurch New Zealand, BiegU to announce that the halI taken over this oldland wellt etablished commercial house and wishoe to inti mate he intends running it on first-class lines. Only Bout Bradls of Wines arnd Spiritu in Stock, First-class Billiard Room containing Two Alcoch's Beet Tables. Carlton on Tap, DINNER from 12 till 2 p,m, Superior Accommuodahon. Good Stabliug. 'Phone 93 Williamatown. Within 1 Miunuto Boat, Train and Beach, SAiVU EL SPI Y'S -SHOE STORESO.I R. J. WATERM MAI-l Popliektor. Nelson Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht Olub Hotel.) Iooos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at 5/- in the I less than any shop in Melbourne, We stake our reputation with every pair, Think what a saving this means to you, SDon't go Elsewhere. 4 Come and liispect Uur winaowr . Small profits and quick roturns mean a saving to Purchasers. GOAL. GOAL. GOAL NEWCASTLE COAL. Best...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914
Tiný, opinions of MoRors Woigall and Mitchell, published in another coulmn, are atrongly in favor of the Council't power to levy a spocial improvement charge on tho rosidonts of High street, lIobson utroot, Farm street and Elphin street, notwithstanding the motion of Councillor Schutt to pro. claim them public highways. At the samo mooting, a resolution to pro claim certain utroots in the south ward was carried with the object of reducing the thing to an absurdity, and the rouult was that the resolutions were all ignored by the Town Clerk, Mr G. F. Smith, and the proclamation was never made,' Mr Hall, the Coun cil's solicitor, very fairly pointed out that certain work had been done in parts of some of thsoo stroots and anledl counsel if that- did not amount to an acknowledgemoent of liability. On this appect of the case, Mr Bliss, gave the lawyera something to think over. IHo wroto,-" As a property owner in that portion of the strcot botweon lomuo road and tall stroot, I wiah to kno...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914
Death, GRAY.-On the 7th May, 1014, at Ilia latt residonoo, 170 Oooil Mtroot, Wil liamotown, Lawronoo, aged 85 yoarn and 5 months; rolict of the late Dorothy Gray, and dearly loved father of Mrs J. Tabloy, Mr John Gray and Mrs W. Fyfo, A colonist of 61 yoars. A patient sufforoer laid to root, In lMomorlam. URBAN.-In loving remembrance of my belovod son, Albert Houry Urban, who died May 6th, 1008, Far beyond this world of changcs, Far beyond this world of care, I shall find my missing loved one, ,In my father's mansion fair, -Inserted by his loving mothor, In tad and loving memory of iEuLiio, the doearly holovud and only daughtor of T. and E, Alhford, "St. Martin's," Railway CroHeont, Willianmtown, who altiOu ,.u Is14.y 16t6, 1011, uyqol. "'14 3nl-M and 0 monlots. No ;pace of time or laipe of years Can dim our loved one's ) pat A loving memory holds it dear, Affection holds its fast. -ItHortcd by her loving parentP and brothors. Srtrunir. M __ _ _ 11 -S4TUoOAY, Mx-f [, 1911 SATuUBAY, ...
AN ECCENTRIC CHARACTER. REMANDED FOR MEDICAL OBSERVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914
AN ECC1iNTRIC CHIARACTI~tR REMANDED FOR MEDICAL OBSERVATION, A short, elderly man, who gave the uame of Andrew Scott, and was de scribedjas eccentric, appeared before the honorary justices yesterday charged wi h the larceny of a small linen table cover valued at 1/9. Mrs Teresa Brown, married woman, residing at .13 Hanmer street, heard some one in the house at six in the morning on Wednesday morning and she got up and saw defendant with the table :cover in his hand, He was rummaging amongst things on the mantle piece and handed her back the table cover. She ordered him out and he left. She shut the door and went back to bed, lie then came outside her bedroom window and left when she ordered him to do so. Constable Simpson tuak Scott into custody shortly afterwards, lie said he was starving but resisted arrest. Hle was remanded for a week for medical observation.