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G. H. WOODS' ANNUAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 15 August 1914

G, Hf WOODS' ANNUAL BALL. Trtir Mechanics' Institute looked at its Ibest on Wednesday evening, the occa sion being Mr ( IT. Woods' .')h annual hall, Thy years come and go and Mr Woods' dances are as pilpular as ever, as we are informed it is the biggest season he Ihas had, fully 60 or 70 couples being present, which was considered splendid as so mainy of his Dupils have been called on duty. Thl corridor was draped with Union Jacks and Royal Standards, ferns and palms The main hall was beautifully draped with tango and maize in plrfect shades, Festoons encircled the entire iroom, be ing relieved withi baskets of trailing roses. The stage was dralped in the nation's colors, relieved with palms and pot plants Mirrors were placed in perfect position to give the whole floor a beautiful effcect. At to p.m. the dancers adjourned to the suppler room, which was nicely carpi'ted1 and set with small tables withll all the delicacies which gave much evidence of the good work of Mrs Woods, who di...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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COUNCIL VOTES £100. MOTION BY THE MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 15 August 1914

COUNOIL VOTES £100. MOTION BY THE MAYOR, The Mayor, at the Council on Tues day evening moved :-"That this Council, whilst viewing with deep re gret the occasion for the call which has been made upon the British Empire jby the action of Germany in declaring war against Russia and France, and in unscrupulously violating treaties solemnly ratified, desires to t xpress its unswerving loyalty to the IKing and the Empire and pledges itself to do all within its power to a sist the Govern ment of Australia in its naval and military undertakings." The Premier, he noticed, had under taken to introduce a bill to indemnify Councils which contributed to the cost of the fighting fund, Consldering that the sons of ratepayers were engaged, he would move, as a contingent motion, that £roo be carried. Cr Woods seconded the motion. Cr Josephson suggested that the fund be a Williamstown fund. The motien was agreed to. The Mayor said he would call a public meeting at the Council Chambers to assist the m...

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A BUILDER SUMMONED. BUILDING BY-LAW. COMPLAINT FAILS. ANOTHER CASE POSTPONED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 15 August 1914

A BUILDJR SUTMMONU DI BUILDING BY-LAW. COMPLAINT FAILS, ANOTHER CASE 1POSTPONED, V onirum cic Allan Quinton, a Newport property o" ner, appCeared before Messrs Orr and Blunnett at the Court of Petty Sessions on Tuesday charged with not suibmitting plans of a building he erected in Melbourne road, nearly op posite the lour mill, Newport. The Town Inspector, HeInry Jen kins, gave evidence in support of the charge, Mr IE II. Hick, who appeared for the defendant, put in a receipt for ro/6. The Town Clerkc said there was a mix up between Quinton and other". The charge was that he caused a Ibuild ing to be erected withoutt submitting pllins and specifcations. It was a question whether the building had been approved. Mr Hick-The plans and specifica tions were submitted to the surveyor .~~......,..,rl I·· Ir·~~ n I - I.n .,r..lr lIIU ilj)l)IUVCU IIf 1IiI lls L U I 1 There had been too much itcrferlrcce in this case. The Town Clorl-I would like Mr Hick to withdraw that statement, Mr Hick-I m...

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A JUVENILE WARRIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 15 August 1914

A JUVENIIl WARRLORlt. In this week's `' Leader " there is a portrait of a lad in sailor uniformu de scribed as ready to go to the war and grasping the rigging of a ship. No names or particulars are given The portrait is thyt of Reginald D)ewar, aged 9 whose father, also named Reginald, of 64 Cecil street, is dh.a rn fin anm, in the Navy and The youn6gster seems to be the mak ing of a Drake or a Nelson, 1le got together, on his own initiative, all his clothes, packed then up in a black silk handkerchief, which lie picked up and took leave of his mother (a daughter of Mr W., Watson, Cecil street), telling her hlie was off to the war.

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ESPLANADE GARDENS. LEASED TO PICTURE THEATRE. LESSEE, MR. GEORGE SMITH. MR. GREENEY RETIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 15 August 1914

ESPLANADE CARDENS. LlABICDl) TO PICTIURIE T U[ATHE, LESfJSEE, Mu.. GEORGE SMITH, MRn. URIEICNIY RETIRES, Mit Georgo Sudith, lonce of the Pic Lure Theatre, han leancd froam Mr J, W. Greooney, the FEplanadle picture gardins and will feature the place dur ing the c anung apring and nmiamer, Miin Oamcron, of South Yarra, han loaned the houne, shop, hall and tea gardenA, Mr Orceney having gone to rceide at 32 Perry atreet, Misi Camoron hai bookinga up to March of next year and intondo to quipii the place for weddlhings and at houcn as well an picnica and dancing. The en tortainimeat of friendu at an eatablibh ument of this kind naveon a lot of houie hold worry and is ateadily growing in favor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 15 August 1914

SELL IT FOR EIISS Customers' Interests are always first consideration at Keig's. You may search the whole of the City from end to end and you will not get better value than we give. You will be many pounds to the good by buying your Clothing here. In Every Department we sell it for less. Cs To KEI &k 6Oa H FERGUSON 8R1. WMY. Y 8o. Drapers, Mercors, &c. 233 NELSON PLACE, WILL AMSTOWN, Soll it for LESS bootuoo they) soll for OASH, Bargains in Drapery and Mercery. Men's I-lard Hats Reduced to 2/1I and 4/6. A Free Gift Ticket Given away with every 6d, worth. HAVE YOU VOTED YETI? VOTES GIVEN AWAY, ASK FOR THEM, We will be pleased to see you. W. KEAYS & CO., 233 Nelson Place. Long Values, -- Short Prices. F08TER'SB The Finest Autrvual La er. [A OARD.) THOMAS LT®SNDALI, UNDERTAKER & EMBALMER. (Diploma from Profussor:Rivors) Thu Oldest, Most Economoical, and Corm &TA LIHilan 18150,3 plotejl3irmju the Distriot, , f. TsOuurnoun No,25. M.U,I,0.0,Y. I.O,O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 15 August 1914

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT, Steampacket Hotel, COLE STREET. R. d. O0K1 Prp9t Late of Christchurch New Zealand, Bugs to anuounco that ho has taken over this oldlsnd well ostablished commercial house and wishos to inti mate he intonds running it on first-class lines. Only Bost Brands of WVines and Spirits in Stock. First-class Billiard Room containing Two Alcocl's Bust Tables. Carlton on Tap, DINNER from 12 till 2 pin. Superior Accommodation, Good Stabling. 'Phone 93 Willi:anistown,. Within 1 Minnuto Boat, Train and Beach, ~ 1El~f~ii~;-;-=;;i~~i~i;s~;:s-----l ------------- i;i~r;r=;~i;r ~ -li - SAMU EL SPRY'S SfOlE STO.2RE Re J. W ATERAd P~r opitr Nelson Place, Williamstown, (Near Yacht Olub Hotel.) wooos' 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. Don't go Elsewhere. Come and Inspect Our Windows. Small profits and quick returns mean a saving...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 15 August 1914

The Mayor moved at tho Council meet ing on Tuesday voening thit thu Railway dopartminto bo re(tueated to alter tho name of the Beach station to the Wil liamttown Bonoh. The roanon for tho cha'go is that parcels addroaosd to " Beach sitation, Williuamtown," are do livered at the Williamatown stition, and people who oxpoet to receivo them at tho Boach station are put to much Incon vonienco, The railway regulations ro quiro goods to be delivorod at the station last named, aud this is the cause of the conflulon. Complailts againot the Railway ser vice were reforrod to by the Mayor on Tucediy evoning at the Couuoil mocting. Hio suggoUted that more wailing room accommodation b3 provided at Newport, ospecially on the down sido and that a train be scheduled to reach the town bofore half past soveou i the mornin,. for the convenonuoo of men who begin work at that hour, Bjth rquuasts will bo forwarded to the Couraissionora, A Band stand has boon made anar the gateway of the fenoodividing the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 15 August 1914

FERRY SERIB : ILLIAMSTOWN TO PONT MELBOURNE WINTER TIME TABLE. -Weather and other circumstances permitting. On and after April 14th, the Service will be run as follows : Prom Gem Pier Williamstown Week days,-=i.--6,35 S.38, 0.35, 10,35, 11.35, 12.85. r,ar,-1.35, 2.85, 3,35, 4 25, 5,10, 5,50. Saturdays as usual till 10.35, thouen 11.25, 12.10, 1250, 1.85. Thence hourly till 5 85. Sundays,-Hourly from 1.35 p.m. till 5 35, p,m, From Port Melbourne Week days.-A,M -7.0, 9,0, 10.0 11,0, 12,0, vnr.-1.O, 2.0, 3,.0, 4.0, then 4,45, 5.30, 0.12. Baturdays.-11.0, 11.45, 12.30, 1,15, and 2, thence hourly till 6. Sundays.-Hourly from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. FARES-Williamstown to Port Melbourne, 3d. single; Gid. return Children HIalfprice. Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/. MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, Ltd,, Collins House, Melbourne. GoCaal aý, 0oal Newcastle Coal Best HOUSEHOLD . Best ENGINEJ .. .jAt Lowest Gurrent Rate8 Best BLAOtCK ITH'S Delivered Williamstown, Newport and district Branch Office.... ...

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HAND AMPUTATED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 15 August 1914

IHANDI) AMPUTATI.D, OuN Toaday night a rsirdent of IFootu acray named William P. iavillo wan ad initted to the hospital, euIft ing from a oruahod hand and abrasioni. tlb stated that whilo travolling by train fromo Meol bourno to Yarravillo ho had a it, and toll out of thie railway carriago. How his lnjurion wore inflitord ho could not any. Portion of tho man's hand had to bo amputated,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 15 August 1914

11tlou..eti u *d U iOY'rd ýot ý tiýQ'. LAND, near North ItQilway HrLtiou, 66 x 110, 170, must soll.-TrIovor Jonou & C , Auetlonoer. F EDUK. WOODS' 11OUSE, LAND, JlSTA'I N & ...NSURIANOE AGINT,... 213 NIELSON PLACO, WILLI AMtTOWN. 'Phono 110 WVmu'tuwan Ixcihango, lIan Proportiou for salo in all partu of tio Distriot. B1101 W-Nolnon pieo atid liolbousrno-rd. ll1,J0 U L--Victoria at,, Euplanado, Vor don ut., Iuorutor it., Cecil oI., Molbourno rd., Alma Torrapo, NOlIn roaii . iAN I) -EUlplanado,lT'Ihompson at., lecotra Doutghla paradlo, North rdJ, McGregor ut,, Ptaric Oresuont, Irvino at~, ltrand, \Villiamotown rd. ain GeUcorgo at., Hpotnwcood. Kororoit ricok road, alauo 1ts in various parti of Nowport and Opotuwood on ouy torms, viz , £0 & 92 dopolit and balance £1 per iontih. S110P and Iour Itoonut, Ouboruo atroot. IMAL I USINESS at tpotswood* Full partioularo at the above Addreau, WI;LIA bMSTOWN. 'Ii'ok' Mtiiitou Station, Now Wull" Ihll t Villa, 4 r ioron and ...

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THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. ADDRESS BY MR. MATHEWS, M.H.R. AT THE TEMPERANCE HALL. REFERENCES TO THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 15 August 1914

THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. ADDREESFS BY Ma, MATIiEW , M1U,lR, AT TUiE TRMPERANOE HALLT. REIBIRENOES TO, THI WAR. Mu, MITuIEwh, M,.iJ.T, addreHsod tho oleatora of Melbourne Porte at tho Temperance Hall on Monday evening, The building waa about half full. He remarked that this wau the ainadl eat election meeooting ho had hold heure, and that it was very difficult to arouue any intoronet in political quoations in view of the overahadowing influence of thlin war. Mr ,JolI Blythe, a member of the Political Labor Council, presided and congratulated Mr Mathowa upon ob. taning a walk-over. The eloctors, howover, should not lose eight of the importance of voting for the Soenato Lsbor candidatoe. Mr Mathows thanked the electcors of Melbourno Ports fcr electing him again. Ho could candidly say ho was sorry he was unopposed. Ilia op ponents felt that they would reduce the Labor voteO for the Sonate six by allowing him a walkover. Be cause the Bonto candidatee had ad herod to their pledges, they had...

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APPEAL TO THE PATRIOTISM OF THE WOMEN OF WILLIAMSTOWN. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 15 August 1914

APPEAL. 'T0 T11E PATRI0"TIs~ OF '[lIE w1OMEN OC WvlLLlAMs'rOWN To the Editor of the "Advertiser." Bm,--IThe lhubanls, sins, annl brothers of the women of Australia at going to help Great Britain in her ned and h ourof trial. Thlis is an opportrinity that all should welcomne to show in a thoroughly pra heaticl way, our love to the dear old motherland. A century or more ago, when Great Btritain stood almost alone in the great European war, and won the donminion of the sea, she was largely suppo ted and sustained by voluntary contrihlution. Circumnstances are nomewrhat changed. Tlo-day, she is not alone, hosts of friends and the oversea dominions are with her, but lher nereds are not less, and hier trobrhic more, lThe wuomen of Williamstown can do much to hrelp the nmovement, 'They can provilde shirts, pyjamas, nightingales, cholera relts, soclcs, carves andil many other necessaries r\lreadly large numbiers of women have 'volnn teered their services, and have fornmed a com mittee to wo...

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MRS. NEWLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 15 August 1914

MiS, N1E\VLANDS, Cote alongi frilends to " lraomar," Ver' don straet, Nortli \Villiamstown, nost i'lursday, August so, Mrs and MIiss Newv landS arc collIctlini towels and pipes for the Mayoress Patriotic lFund. Evcerybodly \evl come from 3 till 5 pm, aiind 7,30 till to p.m,

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INSULTING LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 15 August 1914

INSUL'TING LANGUAGE, ai .]ru. s WVIrIrrNs appeared before the honorary justices onil Tuesday charged with using insulting language to Arthur Bond in College street on July loth. The caso had becn adjourned be causo defendant did not appear in answer to a sounn ons, and the miagis trates gave authority to issue a warrant. Florence Couch, 39 D)ouglas parade, gave evidence that she was at Bond's hIouse when the words complained of were used by defendant, who lived next door. A fine of 20/- or 14 days was imo posed. Mrs Wilkins applied for time to pay, The Bench refused the application'

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HOLY TRINITY DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 15 August 1914

1101'IN TRI NITV IRMONSTRA'1'ION, At lhu cc o'luch this afternoon a deiionstra tion in aid of tlie Mayoine lFund will Ie Iheld at I loly M iniiy Hall, 'The arrangements are in thile hand of as (jauser, who will ldelivcr an oration onl the oc:ailn. 'IiThe display was in tended ni i nahly fir Iloly Trinity lair, but the Church ii illlnitte hai gluaions y foregone it:, olaiii in order to leilp the Patriotic Fund, Men are spcially invited to the gathering, 'Tickets have been ,old in large numblers, ]c]eides a mIn iiical and clocltionary lprogilralme, there will be ref hi icinits,

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PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 15 August 1914

PATRhO1TIC FUND). A large antd enthusiastic gathceringi of ladies responided to theL invitation of tlhe Mayoress (i\Irs . J. Liston) to attcend a meeting; at the Council Chambers on Thurs day last to decide upon thle means to Ibeo ad opted to asisti:, tlheL volunteer antl troops on active service. Tihe Mayoress presidcd. Aitcr tliscutr:;iot, it i t s dccidetld tlhat while makiing garntents for the Australian contin gent, the meeting shiould also co-opcrate witlh thelic Red Cross Society movement or ganised by lady Mitunro Ferguson, and that all goods donated lshould Ie made up and equally dividled between the two funds, It wst decided that a shilling houso-to Ihouse collection be made ill the district, the following ladies kindly offering their services as collectors:--IMesdatcaes lIusthler, IRattoy, Ilrebier, lailey, IKeig, lKirkpatrick, Loftus, IButterfield, Reynoldls, Adtlams, Mabbitt, Whear. Thomas, WVillian, Cenroy, 1rcm. tier, Plarker, WVorthinglton, tnderwood and Doit: iises:...

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SOCIAL ENTERTAINMENT. A PATRIOTIC TRIBUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 15 August 1914

f01AL ENTElRTAINIMENT. A PATRIOTIO TRIBIUI'E, The young ladies of'the Electra St, Methodist Church have had the privi lege, by cousont of the trustees, of con tributing the first gift of the Williams town Churches to the Patriotic Fund, At a very line nmusical and social enter tainment held on Tucsday evening, the whole of the proceeds, anmounting to £6161-, were devoted to this olbject The concert was originally on behalf of the " Forward liovement " of the Church but all hearts concurred in mnaking the proceeds the first "love gift " offered to the nation in its great crisis, and the large audience received the announcement with great enthlu siasts, Rev, F. Mason presided, and tlhe young ladies contributed a choice pro grammne, consisting of solos, choruses, recitations and artistic sketches of a high order. Miss Spence, by special request, rendered two entertaining recitations, and also read with fine effect an " Australian Battle Song," composed by Rev. F. .Mason, and which will...

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NEWPORT CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 15 August 1914

NI WPOR T CHRIST Ch1URCu1. 'Tu. Rev, A. 1. Tress occupied the Iulpit of Christ Churcli, Newpoll, last Sunday and conducted a viery iimpres sive admnlission service of the Church of Fngland Men's Society, whose rule of life is to pray to God cvery day and do something to help forward tIhe work of the Church, Five members were admitted, The vicar is anxious to fornn a .irst aid class in connection with St. John Ambulance Association, apd would he glad to hear Irom anyone over thIe age of iS years so that arrangements can be imade for a medical roan to instruct they. 'The alth anniyermaiy of the Chiurchl will he held to.morrow. 'lire Rev. ). (lood, vicar of St. Jude's, Carlton, will preacih morning and evening.

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MRS. PHILLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 15 August 1914

\r P1 IILLIPS, The Sccrltary of the Willianlstown Cloth idlg Fundt will be glnlad to acknowledge dlona tions of the following itoms:-Flannel, socks, luitting, coaton, tapes, safelty pills, khaki color, or grey, or navy,

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