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SECOND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

SECOND ELEVEN, \Villiamstown (115 and two for 23) toot n?amh'rwnll (S0, on tho local around, eiorr 90. Arnold 23, Bird 16, Pilling 15, and 0, Gldltmno 14 not out batted boat for tho lonIl, whilo Millor 5 for 16, and Arnold 5 for 17 both bowled with offoot.

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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CRICKET. CAMBERWELL v. WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

CRICKET. OAMBERWELL v. WILLIAMSTOWN, Although Willimawawn tmade a good beginning at, Cambnerwoll, the total at one timno hin n one for 50, they only roanhod 05, of which 71 walt made by threoo baramon N,. MIills 30, including a 6 and thren 4'sa A, Mills, who carried hi but through th. innings for 22, and Brown 10), CaOmberwell soared 110 for the loss of flve wiokoet, which were cap. tured by Mc4hano (2), A. Mills (2) and Ot?no, Scro?a: WILLIAMnTOWN,-Firat Innings, 05. A, Mills, not out ,, .,,,,,, 22 W. G. drown, caught ,. ,, 10 N, Mills, stumpod ..,,.. ..,, 390 A. W. F,,rd, I.b.w. . ,, ... 4 A, NhMohlano, howled ,,,,,, 4 A Carpenter, howled .,. ... 0 i, Barnne, caught ... ... 8... L. Allibhon, bowled ... , ... 4 El. (itHon, bowted ... ..., 0 ~ S one ought ... ..., , 0 D. B iley, bowled ..., . ... 2 tNundre ' ... ... ... ... 2 OAungaI?tSLL.--irst Innings, 5 for 110 Howl ne -A, MIoShano, two for 80 rune; A. Mill, two for 40; F, btouo, ono for 23; E, Ototn, none for 10.

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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

S W-l(MIN4-. rilu first of theu orica of our local club raeou was held on tiundav morning last. and domonatratod tho tact that our Sirumora havo not lout ally of the fdrm of laut year. Tho ovont was a handicap, 55yda, Iron atylo, which was won by irtottlo Canuor, 8 sooe., in the good timo of 30 2-5 uoao, with Jamioaou and Drew a dead hoat for aeo,?nd honorse On th flirurD lunday morning in Foebrn. ary, thio idrat ovent for the proaldont'u trophy will tabo place, at 11 sharp, ot Iowod at 1,IIt; by tho tlrat compoeition for boys, the trophy for wmhih is a hand noulo ulivCe watoh1 u4t? cl}o dietanco §5 yards, The life-saving cite u will be conductud on tunday morning by Mar Aalin?, and will commenco punctually at ,11,0, as a largo number havo uigniflod their inten tion of jloinlg the olasa and taking advantago of the opportunity prooanted ot acquirirg tclo uus,,tl knowledge. Altorations to the racing track on the Williamstown rauoourseo are expooted to run into onmoting like £5000. In....

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POWER STATION DESIGN. A CONCRETE BUILDING. 500 MEN AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

POWER STATION DESIGr. A CONORIETE IIUILDINO, 500 MEN AT WORK, ABouT 500 workmen are now em ployed preparing the site and laying the foundations for the power station at Newport, and in the const'uction of a siding to the site, The power station building will be composed of steel, with reinforced concrete walls, and will present an attractive appearance. According to the estimate of the de. partment, the power station will be completed early next year. The coal will be obtained from the State coal mine at Wonthaggii and it is estimated that when the full scheme is in actual operation the consumption of slack' coal in the furnaces will he over a2o,ooo tons a year, The design of a special type of hopper truck for the transport of the coal direct to the power house has been alpproved This truck will allow of the coal being auto matically discharged from the bottom of the trucks into pits below the rail level. The latest labor-saving appli ances will be installed for hoisting the coal fr...

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WIRTH'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

?WIRT4'S CIRCUS, tit it Cok. t ll ( ,ing m -t,.tr, in rh| nktonb patrons for their attendance, in nounced towards the conclusion of the show by \Virth's Circus on Thursday evening, that the circus would pay the town an annual visit in the future The performance was given in its en. tirety and lasted till about half past ten o'clock. 'There was a stalf of as sistants engaged for the greater part of the evening either putting up or taking down gear. In the wild animal act, the ring was enclosed with an iron railing about ten feet high ; the turn was used fir a performance by trained hears ; after the railing had been re moved, the hare-back riding, tumbling, turns by trick ponies and trapeze work wa, shown i and then alterations had to made for the turn made familiar by the flying Gordons, in which the per. for m rs pass or swing from end to end of the building. The performance of Madam Victoria on the slack wire was a clever and attractive turn and some thing ahead of anything usuall...

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CAMPERS AT ALTONA. CHARGE OF STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

CAVVIPERIS ATr AL"OItNA. OLIARUtE OF ci TEALINGI, JoisN Andernn Not toni, 18, a boot. maker, reridig with his pa:eont at Rivtr street, Nowvl)prt, appoa"i-d bofore .Ilesars Balton and Lonldalo yeatordayr ciharged with stt.aling a iywatch and chain and ca lnura-\I ued at 3:1/- and 1/'! illn umony, the property of 1,o \Villialn Sercio, Leo William ro:tci, ageid 16, retnid iig with hilt parentst at Edward itreet, W\Vt lt ootecray, gave evidence that on Decembelr 9u7th he wont to Altona to join hilr brother, who had a camp thero ; lie intended to day i fortnight; but he coull not fiid tmh camp and came across one in which the dofetil nit and about, twenty other? were living, leo alept in their carmp oni jaturuay night and on Sunday aftor noon, in company with thb deftenantn and another camper named I)ibben, tlhy went to the beach for a ewium. lie riemained in chargo of the camp till Dibben and accused went in and after they canie out hle went in. Before doing so, hio aiked Newt;,ln and D...

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THE TOWN HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

THEI TOWN HOSPITAL, I'I I H1-ospital meeting on Thursday tvening was attended by Messrs Gal lant (in the chair) Watson, Bannister, Dr. Maclean, Revs. R. \lurray, Byers, \Mesdames Maclean, Martin, and Thompson and Miss Si'ke, Tho South Pre byterian Church fo- warded J,3/1o/- for the Hospital Sun. day fund ; 2/o was received from the Newpoit slaugh'ermen, 655/-5 from the Victorian Stevedoring Company, and 21/- from the British Australian Tobacco Company. The HIiuse Committee recom mended occiunts amounting to £951/i7 and rtported that there were IS patienrts in the institu ion as having been admitted and 44 discharged,

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EFFECTS OF POISONING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

IFFECTS OF POISONING, Auiotur hllf pant 3 ,'clock on 'ued'ay aftorrooni a young married womall nameil Ca lhrino Moran; who had up to then boon residing with relatives in Cecil strcot, was brought to the hIu pital hy t3enior Uondisablo 1, Stevons land Constabl NV, D, 3Black ulfflring from the effects of poitonilg. H1or t.ongue and mouth ward baidly scorehodl. Sho wvaZsexamined, and subsequcntly adnmtted for troatmlunt. The patient in stated to bo 21 years of ago, and to havo been married only about a fort. night, ioer husband is oail to be at Emuroa,

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WHEAT AT THE PIERS. THREE QUARTERS OF A MILLION BAGS. AN UNPRECKDENTED RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

WHEAT AT THE PIERS. THREE QUARTIei.' OF A MILLION BAGS, AN UNPREOICRDi NTED RUSH. Tut' quantity of wheat stacked at the Williametown yards establishes a re cord for thu first fortnight of the ship. ment season. The quantity held, in fairly equal proportion, by Messrs James Bell and Co., Darling and Co. and Dreyfus and Co. amounts to 750,000 bags, This is not the largest quantity that has over booeen stacked in the yard ; but it is a record for the first fortnight in January The largest quantity th it has been stacked in the yard is 900 000 bags ; in another week or two, it is certain the quantity here will run into a million bags. New sheds have been built parallel with the battery road on the sito of the old cemetery and between the railroads leading to the New pier and Railway piers; but very spot is now nearly full and in a week or two the wheat will overflow to the front of the Pier station on the land through which it was proposed to exrcavato a dry dock, The.?sight of the hugo...

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HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

IlOI'CTICULTURAL SOCIETY. Tamu monthly mooting of the socioty waiu hold in tho Mechancbica' Inatituto of thu 7th inut, 'The Proaidont oe cupied trho chair. The quarterly comw pltition, which began thii month, wean rcponmiblo for an excellor.t display of cut dlowor,. The following pointy wore awardod.,-Mrs Smart ;33;, Mr Lind 31. Mrs Paton 27, Mr· J. Suott 23, Mrm Coldin 13l, Mr Bowman 5(;L. MInmbura aro reminded that motor boat trip will be run to the IBurnley Horticultural Gardlon on Saturday, February 7th, Tickota can ho' obl tainod from nlnoberruof the comm.ittlo and aecritary. Thi usutal wookly aneolublago) of tho lforty-flvo OlCub wan hold in tit. Ma.y'on llall on Tueaday. Mr Poppor won the box of olgara and the aecond prizo wait won by Mr Ivern. A half.guinea trop)hy luay been donated by a prominent mrnu. ber of the club for ootpohttioa on Tuoa day ovonldg noxt,

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NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

NOTES OF THE WEEK. -It is stated that writs are flying about over the tenanoy of W( at's opon air picture showu. -Rov Frank Lynch will lecturo on "Landon" at the [oly Trinity echool hall next Tuesday ovening. -Albeit McGregor was finod 40/- on Tuesday by the Justices for neglecting to have his ohild vacionatod. -Large hounse have attended the Empress Pavilion during thoe week where .the meamorlo seances have proved a great attraction, -The " Argus " of Thursday publishes a view of the loading of grain at Wil liametown. Tho illuStruation rune across alx of its news o ilumun --Yesterday, at the Court of Potty Sossions, an order for 81/6/7 in favor of A. Beahara,waa tunuo aga ,inlt If. Moohan. of Chelsea, with i5/.- oots. -A Kitchen Tea was given to Miss Dolly Thompson at Holy Trinity SohooI hall on Wednesday evening, on the ,ovo of our marriage to Mr W. Cook, North road. -Motor Boat Trip, launch " Pansy," Botanical Gardeon, Melbourne, Hundny afternoon, from Stovedoro pier, 2,.O0, call...

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FLETT FAMILY TROUBLES. FIGHT FOR POSSESSION OF A HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

FLETT FAMILY TROUBLES, tIGIIT FOR PO.SE SSON OF A IIOUS1E, Runty Elizbhotlh F'lott, wifos of James Ford I!Flott, proceeded against her fathor.in-law, Georgo Flott, and his married daughter, Annie King, at the Conrt of Potty o3saions, on Tuesday bfolr the Mayor and Captain Wymark, on a clhrge of threatening her life, and alh applied to have them )ound over to keep the poeace, Flett is alleged to havo threatened to break in the door of a houue occupied by Mrs Flett and Mrs King to have said " Do it, fathor, and I will give you a helping hand," Mrs 1Flott void alo was living apart from her hIntand in a house owned by hin father, who wont to put her out. IHo tried to chIop the door down and lr rli (ing tnid she would give him a helping hatd when he made use of thrata, lthe did not want to be turned into the streeot with her child run, lHer life had been a perfect miaory and ahi had had her husband's brothor bound over to keep the peace. Captain \Vyttark--Who put you in this homo ?i' Wit...

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DAMAGING STREET TREES. TWO PASSENGERS FOR LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

uAMAClIN SiTREET TREES. TWO IFSSJN(RS FOR LONDON, Mr. Nolley Moore, P.AI., on Thurisday aft mnoon heard charges against two Sydney r?aiduents, who are passangcer for London by the steamecr LUllara;t, \a ich leaves here to,-day, lGeo. \Vat:sun and Chas, MI'Watt were charged with behaving in an offtcllsive: inilllnelr, allld with tunlaw fully danuaging a tree-guard, the property of the council, They pleaded guiily. Senior-Cons able Banka: on Tues day evenflin at 9 o'clock was on duty in Nelson-place, and in conse quence of cucomplaiits of lie conduct of t\\o menll, he went in search of thel , and at half-past 9 saw the twvo dlfendanlts jostlling each other, and spr;edillg lfhelmselves over the foolpath in Nclsu n-h-place, so that people) had to avoid them, 'They contiinled till they reached Thonmp sonl-slctl, when hlie saw they were tunder thle inlluence of liquor, and ar reuted them, t n. J.I, (''uro\V , C( urator of tlhe gardens, fottld a iree giard ldanl. iged, and vii'( ties had b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

EX. SPECIAL. Ilas Geason. This month we are making speoial displays in all Departments, Every day we are opening up fresh Novelties, This week we have openod three oases of Antimony Ware, the newest and most up-to-date deaigns--all our own importing, Bags, Purses, Perfumes, Soaps, &c. Our Fancy Department is at its zenith. Spoolal values in all lines, Curtain and Curtain Nets.-Just opened up, a very large and varied asortment of Curtains, Just view our window display and note our bodrook prices, Comparo our prices, the lowness will astound you, Tailoring. Our Talloring Departent is working at topspeeod, Don't loave it too late, Don't decide until youi see our range of Saitiogs, Coatings, eto, Thousanuds to choose from, and remember our work is boeat, prices less, NOTIOE,-Christmas day falling on Thursday, 25th, our Stores will be olosed Thursday, 25th; Friday, 26th; Saturday, 27; oponing on Monday, 20th, And we &ek oar customors to shop early and enable our employees...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

U ' ON NER WEW : . C + ljPIdiN'ia. L' Y 1ACHT CLUB nHOTEL a o Nelson Place, Williamstown. . -The Leading House ::"One of tho Best Appointed out of Melbourne. ,Within a tow minutoo of Piers, sRtaunors, .... Bach and k uth ntationo, and Baths I lIalf.n-.hour from City by S&a o? Rail. - 'The Ren avouts of ;lL Ya hturnon of theo Lay I THO ACCOMMODATION FOR THERE IS A VISITORS IS VERY SUPERIOR. SPACIOUS OLUB ROOM, HOT and GOLD BATHS. BILLIARDS. LUNOHEON from 1 till 2; AUll Meals One Shilling. Telephone 76 (Williamstown Ex.). FRA: NK FINEGAN, Proprietor. SAMIIUEL SPRY'S 7 SHOE STORfElS. , R. 1, W T , d ,Pro letor. Nelson Place, Williamstown. (Near Yt oht Olub Hotel.) ; o;.Ioooa' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at 5/- in the £ less than any shop in Melbourne, We stake our reputation ith every pair. Think what a saving this means to you. Don't go Elsewhere, Come and Inspect Our Windows. Small profits and qlick returns mean a saving to Purchasers. A R...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

Moosra D. F. Tuakoy and 0. BI. P. Jones, delogates on tle Motropolitau Committee of the Australian Natives' Assooiation, in reporting to the Wil liatutown branch on Monday ovoning, acquitted the Bands' Assoointion and also the South tltreot booeity, of any blamo over the failure of the offer of £500 for prizoe to attract coompetitora for the band contests proposed to ba hold at thoe AN.A. fete, They said somn loading mombora of the Australian Natives' Assoolation wore alas on the Hanud' Assooiation, They did not blanm the adjudicator, Mr E, T. Code, but thought tho fault was due to the flot that bandamen had no many engage. ments to fil! during tho summer that they had no timo to practice. Home of the binds, likto Prahran, would not entor because M r COde was the bandmaster, and a Ballarat hand would not compote beoauso tho conductor was a son of the adjudicator. Mr George Davis. one of the Dispon. sary doloegat;n, informed the Williamu town branch of the Australian Nativoe' Associa...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

COLEr.--1( do i) sorrow, but loving ll'iuory of a dour h llHbitad ultnd fathor, HIrry O.il6n, who fell nuloop at RoburtR, 11Il ithun ai iot, 20th January, 101. S > it-liw of tho lato W, ani Elizabeth ( C prpotoi'. ']'is not )good-b)ye beloved 'ti only just farewell, 'Ti ia hd to part with you I love and iheld on arlth cio dear, A greater trial is nIt l:nown or sorrow more severe, God lknsows hosw nmuclh I Inis you, And count tlh tears I shed. And wiisperO huIh hlie only sleeps, Vour loved one is not dead, -Fr'itn hi loving wife, son and daughters, (EKRRING -In Loving Memory of my doar lHuib:md and Fathor, who died on ththo h JBthnuary, 1008 ; alho my doar Sistor miiAd Auntio, who died on the l1th I)ecombor, 1010. Aly sorrow i 'reat, imy loss hard to lbear, God knows 1 tarve loit a good lhusband's care, I miss you and mourn you in silence unseen, And dwell on the memory of days that have been, We thinkl of you, dear father, No one can see us weep, And many a little tear we sited W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

FPBRRY SBRVI®BB : WLLIAMWTOWt TO POIIT I EL~OURNE. SSUYlVIMER T]IIME TABLE. -Weather and other circumstances pormitting, ' romlGem Pier Williamstown Week days: ,835 a.m, 8.5, 8.35, 9,5, 035, 10.5, 10.85, 11.85, 12 35 p.m. 1.35, 2.5, 2.85, 3.5, 3.35, .5, 4.,85, 5.0, Sat, only, 5.15, Sat. exc. 5 35. 0.5, 6.35. S u8ndays.-Half-hourly from 1 p m. to 6,35, p,m, Stevedore street pier: Steamers leave 10 minutes earlier than above times:except, 5 25, p.m, on week days and 12.85, p.m, on Saturdays,. From Port Melbourne- Week days: 7.0, a.m. 8.30, 9.0, 9,30, 10.0, 10.80, 11,0, 12.0, Sat. exe, 12,15, Sat, only, 1.0 p.m. 2.0, 2.30, 3.0, 8.30, 4.0, 4,80 5 0 Sat, only, 5 15 Sat, exc., 5 30, 6 0, 6,30, 7,0, Sundays -Half-hourly from 1.35 p.m, to 7.5 p.m. FARES-Williamstown to Port Melbourne, 3d, single; Gd. return Children Half price, Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/ Between Stevedore Street and Gem Pier, Id MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, Ltd,, Collins House, Melbourne, The North Williarmstown Cor...

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CATHOLIC FEDERATION. MEETING AT ST. MARY'S HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

CATHOLIG FEDERATION. MEETING AT ST. MARY'S HALL. On Sunday evening ;t largely at tended meeting of tile Catholle tede ration was held at St. .Mary's Hall, Rev, M. I), i'inan, who occupied the cliair, complimented the I edera. Lion on lthe succ:essfullt work it had acCOliplisiedU, anii s;al ld i \vas an ardent and enltltuiiu.;lhC uppurter of lts ainas, lie tpoiogiscd lur im ala sence, owing t(o the. hstate of his heallthi, o tihe Rev, tather Brazil. Mr, Douglah, LL.I1., said the be g'rning ol the: yenr was a time for Imaking new rcsolutions, and thl enii ol thle )ear a time for finding )ou lthad noi carried lihem out. The lederation had it only been in exis cllc: t wvo years, and it had done sometlling lotr the Catlolic citizens ol tll2i coutiltry. rolfessional and coiimmercial men had sacrificed time thlalt imtght Iave been devoted to plcatsure or to their mate. rial intercsts, to attend to It I: work of the federa. lion, I lhe aim had been to enroll 100,000 imemibers in tile federa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

Notice. M I6 DONALDSON, 01 JOHN 8TRIEICT, Willllamtown. Bridal and Maids Bouquets a lpeolalty. Wreathe, Crosses, Anehora, Cuehions, eto,, eta. Floral work o of eovery deoription done to order on shorteat notice. 8leotmlnr. VB ILLIAMSTOWN ME01IANION' ¥ INFTITUTE THE ANNUAL MEETING of Mhmb,?ra will bp held at the Intrirutn on Thuradav January 20th, 1014, at 8 p.m. By order of the (0 mnittrenn. T, D, COM\PTON, Secretary. `3OTPIISFl TT'I TLE ROCi8.TY f Williamatown. MEMIIDERS are hereby lntitind thlt the Monthly Bualnesa Monting wili be hold at the Rosa of Australia HltLi on Mon day next, the 19th lnst, at. 8 p.m, Iuai nes--To considor the adopion of rules as roevied by sub committee appninited for that purpose, A full attendance ia requested. J. MpoEwan, lin, lo e. - ---------;;;; - -- - ------ ----Z? WRilted. A IFTER all BUOKLE BRO., are Boar and Cheapost for Houna Painting, Paperhanglng, Slgnwriting, Graining, 8o. Eatimatas given. Fergu?on tetraot and 102 Melbourne road, North Willia...

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