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WILLIAMSTOWN VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 September 1914

WILLIAMSTOWN VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. A LARGELY attended meeting of the above was held at the Mechaaics' In stitute on Wednesday evening last, Mr S. F., Mills occupied tbohe chair, and amongst those present were Councillors E, Hampshire and P, Rodger; also Mr H. Hick. Great satisfaction was expressed at the success achieved at the late elec tions, and the dry humor of Councillor P. Rodger created much merriment, when, in thanking the committee for the support accorded him duiing the cam paign, he stated that prior to the elec tion he was commisserated with on the grounds that he was severely handi capped in having to carry the Vigilance committee on his back; but he assured the meeting that " 'Silent Peter," the successful competitor for the South Ward Stakes, was practically thrown into the race, as he felt "Vigilance Committee" a very light weight. Councillor Hampshire also returned thanks and gave a resume in a thought ful speech as to what he considered should be done by the Council...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE BIG SPECIALTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 September 1914

WILLIAMSI'OWN THEATRE BIG gPECIALTIES. A Ilit tandard progranno was again submitted to largo audiences during tho we c,. 'Tho pjotures ?noluded a varied l·liction of oonsational pathoa and oimedy. A LuOch enljoyed brook was furnished by a doviao3 known as tho -Vivaph no," being a oembination of thoil pihonograph and tho ploturo maohino, T'o nay that tho reault was wondorful I,.,,, Il .t..?.IL·Y· ... . .?. --· L l-.t. t ... .. . .. whlich hould boa groeatadjanot in piotureo ontortainmont, Mir Leonard Noleon, the clover Austialian ontortainor, ploaacd grneatly with his trligh aluging and chiractor studies, and will again bo seoon to.night in now nongs, and will also con duct his singing compotition for local tloot. To-night "Will Whitburn," tho tto odl only will makIo his lrat aippoar. ,urio ili WilliiaMtown, presootilng somo ul hia old song roso and a budget of nw 'j lkeC. A now progrlamo of pie. tute,, will be shown to-night, inoluding tv:] star tilmu. On Monday night tho picturoes ...

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NAVAL VOLUNTEERS. ARRIVE FROM QUEENSLAND. AND CREATE A DISTURBANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 September 1914

NAVAL VOLU'NTEERS. AIRIVJ FRiOM QUETINSLAND, AND 1U&ATEI A DIOTUlBANOE, TuoMAs limpson, who was formerly in the Navy, but left on completion of his term, rejoined when hostilities broke out in Europe and arrived in Williamstown on Monday after a journey overland, In the samo train, Henry Arthur Thomas, a naval re cruit, travelled and they spent their shore liberty together. They patronised various hotels and when they arrived at the Yacht Ciun at night they were so quarrolsome and tipsy that Mrs Finegan, wife of the licensee, refused to supply them with liquor. They returned at about oloven o'clock and the place was still fortified, Thomas weont behind the bar and wouhl not leave, In the (ffort to hold the position he dropped a bottle halt full of brandy from under his coat. It was recognised as the property of Mr Finegan and the police were communi cated with. Constable W. D. Black, at a quarter past eleven, wont to the hotel and saw Simpson in the side passage and going to...

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Williamstown and Footscray District Junior Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 September 1914

Willianistown andt Iootscray District Junlor Cricket Asoclatlol, A umeeting of the Myrtle Orlokot Olub was hold last Monday evening, Tue uomiunationus for ofloo boaeros receioved woro:-- Captain, O. 0, Tweodly, J, MaIrtin; vico-captain, B, Crawford, T. llorrio and I. Abbotrton, who will havo to be seooouded before being oligiblo, --.fra Peroy PhIllips ropuoasa all monoy received for the picture night to be forwarded to her as promptly as poasiblo. 'IThe familiar "l''razil nut" grows in hard, slherical pods, each of which colltaiiis fIloin iightteeli to twenty-four of the triangular seeds that conic te nt. SJ bcautifully are they paick td liy Natllrec, that no mai?n has evci y bet bcu able t 0 put them back ini their receptlc after once they have been takeii out. It is a fact not generally knownt that siailoirs \lih are ,ll the soltherlii criioast iif South America, and are in want of \,att ', i iake foe the ltiouth of the A m " ,zon, \whclo they caill procure frecsh water 200 miiles...

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 September 1914

(bOURS$IN(G, lEntrion oloho noxt Eaturnday ulght, 12ch init, at 8 o'cluck, at IIoban' Odd f~ollowa' IHotol, for a trophy presuntcd by tho liioonoo, Tho draw takos plaoo at So'clock. Owing to tho dry spoll this will bo thu last atako.

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 September 1914

*· FIBRRY I EBRVI : WILLIAMSTOWN TO POOT MELBOURNE. . WINTER TIMIE TABLE. ::: - . --Weather and oUther oiroumastanoces permitting,- On and after April 14th, the Servioo will be run as follows : : From Gem Pier Willlamstown Week days,--A,,--6,85 835,8 0.85, 10,86, 11.85, 12.85 PM,-1.35, 2,85, 3,85, 4 25, 5.10, 5,50. Saturdays as usual till 10,85, then 11,25, 12,10, 12,50, 1,35. Thence hourly till 5.35, Sundays.--llouiy from 1,35 p.m, till 5 36, p,m, Fropn Port Melbourne Week days.--A?,.-7.0, 9.0, 10,0 11.0, 12.0. P.M.-1.0, 2.0, 3,0, 4.0, then 4,45, 58,30, 6.12, Saturdays,-11-.0, 11.45as, 12,30, 1,15, and 2, then~e hourly till 6. Sundays,--Hourly from 2 p.m, to 6 pm, FARES-Williamstown to Port Melbourne, 3d, single; 6d. return Children HIalfprice, * Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/ MELBOURNE FERRIES PLy, Ltd,, Collins House, Melbourne, -., Coal! Goal, Newcastle - Coal1 Beat HOUSEBHOLD .~ Best ENGINI ,, ?.A Lowest Ourrent Bates Best BLAO1KSMITiH' Delivered Williamstown, Newport...

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PATRIOTIC FUND. PICTURE THEATRE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 September 1914

PATRIOTIC FUIND. PIOITUltic TiIkATItic I TJND, T'ri E Picture 'Thlcatr.l-e wans crrwdted on Thursday evening at thie Patriotic Furid picture slihow iTheu on'y Voc.list was Air Leonardr Nelson, rwhti c sponded to encoCres on thLIe slightest provocation, giving ahout eight songs altogetheor, The pictures were entirely - to the taste of the audience and were most instructive, The armies and naval resources of the countries now at war were seen on parade and at re views, and lformed a splendld specticle 'The hall was decorated with 1ag., Mr Smith, the lessee, had his orchestra en- - listed for thIe occasion anl i verytotdy felt impressed with the glamoiur oif war, Phe death of Nelson and thie ( iharge of the ,ight BIrigade were shown and - the kinephone gave a mursical setting to some of tihe lighter subjects. D

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

(Jo uNIumv .r Enltrice cloic to-iui~lbt for a trophy prc sfnted( by MiI, IoJoanl, of thc Oddfellows, Ihotel, ailso a trophy try Mr, Donaldlison, hairdrcesscr, -tcvcdo:i- street. Owing to the rain during the week, a large entry is cx pectcd,

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FINAL WATTLE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

FINAL WAT'iL, Mill'TING. T'l'e final ciattie mlcclinc vca; held on \\'cW nesday lat, it the Council Chambunlrs. fThe balance sltL .heet showed a iprott of [I..1//3 ) the esponse.. -cin1 ({.i If ), l'This allOllnt inciludld f .i/7/ paid fir collecting boxes, which will be uiul oaloi futue occasions. ilhe chairman, Councillor J. J. Iiston, complimented the llon, e:cretaly of the lnovemennt, M?i?,. I. \V, 'Iyquin, on tlhe excellent result :Ihown, and l on Lchalf of Mrs.. M cNcilagc, rc:,idlcnt of the W attle Club, prl:;entcd her with a very hondome silver ifotL ,ater kettle cuitably inscribed,. Councillor ].i:iton, on behalf of the inembcrs; of tihe Wattle Club, aim prcsentcd Mrs. Tyquin w-ith a Ibeautifully in:,cribed silver biscuit barrel. Mra;. Tyquint, who iwa, taklt thoroughly univiaiucs, i ade a gallant attempt to respond, but failed utterly.

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WOMEN IN CONFLICT. WANDERING COW THE CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

WANDI?,RINC (0W N til CAUEi, Mls Mary Ci:,ritn houbl, Ut years of ago, residea at Park c:uc,coot and for the fourth time, cecoidintg to her story, was driving away from hetr gardoen on P2ud inrt at nino o'clock in the morning to;o calveo belonging to Mrs Mary lilling, of lIv.oroit Crook road, close by. ,s3h had a bamboo cane in her bhad and h:ad tho tres passers well on the woy to Champion mrad when a cow b;:longing to lilrs Pilling came along; the footpath to wards hoe, As the cow h,.d boon doing a lot of damage to her gardn slhe tried to drive it off with the bamboo cane when Mrs Pilling t~u,dlenly came round a corner, took the bamboo from her, struck her skirt with it, thtn hit hter on the side of thel ht.'d, knocked her spectacles oft anmtd she 1;td been un able to find them tince. Mlrs Pilling replioe to this ,hiarge of assault with a bnutmtomwS for insulting words, lhe store ho had. a can of milk in one hand and a jutg ,of milk in the other and had politely said " Lot mo pass ...

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REDEMPTORIST MISSION. TO CONCLUDE TO-MORROW. THE GO TO CHURCH QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

REDEMPTTORIST VISSIOi, TO CONCLUDIE 'O.MotROW,l. THE GO TO OLIttUtOli QUESTION. FAIni conloigregat.ionlll h vi nltteoded the mission conducted by iii l,'detup toriat Fathera at :-, -i] i y'. Church. Maesss are hold at tix, ?oini and ulio: ovary morning and c\vni.ig sorvices are hold at halfl pit i1\'1u Addresseo on "D1)th," ",J udgloont," " The ocea.ioni o liin " and other suLbjects havo bcoon given. On Monday evi-oinu the Rev. Father Cnastt, C, C ~ l. 1 , oilelcd on the Sacritico of the .it :' IHo said, in the ca1a of his ad. dress, that eacltit'u-'. 'al thiu recogniuoedl form of Yworhlip ii thoe lI l:w. Cain ,ud AIbel offt,,rd, the Gu'll;.; of their' fruits aind i1 t.i M co . \ Abrahm and Milehisid'ch of11ord u1p aca'ilice, The Jews had u?lelii':a for thm pur pose respectively of \adoration, Plraieo, Thanksgiving and Pe.!ition Gacrificeo had no paIrt in the toliion of the followers of Luthlr or viiahommot; but it was a dictate of nature as was seon by tho hd'et that this; lornl of...

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SENATE CONTEST. MELBOURNE PORTS MAJORITY. EXCEEDS 18,000. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

EJiAT'I -Uii TI' , MELBOURNE PORTS MAIORI0'TY, IXOCtED i 18,000, Tui~ fact that thcro wan no cot toLt for Melbnu ,i IX' t did not titract from tho ill r:H ' t Labor in this Ioctorato to givo it t t start to tiho .ionat o andi dates. At I! o Iochaiir?' hlintituto, the voting waiv 0 cditc'd tai oth Willir.ni town ; at tho North not Victoria diviulosu it was bulkrto t no tho NorIth. Theo finals worn not rrrady yostorday. But thi voting for S uthi amid North was as followo :-" hou ih, Nortih. Total, Barkhr ... 2257 1608 24,081 Barnoa ... 2254 193 2,1,047 Blakeoy .. 2229 1679 23,820 Cook ,.. 0929 47 5,1153 Edgar .. 0980 527 5,089 Findloy .,. 2220 1650 23,541 Maugor . 077 528 5,7ii6 Mc~oll 065 513 5,672 MoKiuiuc"k 2222 1600 23,803 McLoan .., 023 1167 5,124 Russoll ,,, 2221 1661 23,804 Trenwith ,,, 085 404 5,275

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EGG DAY AT NORTH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

i6GG DAY AT NORTHI SCHIOOL On Monday last, Mr, Oho?sell's ;request for oggs for tL .osal hospital mob with a most gonorous response from paronts, teoohors and pupils, no fewer than 1153 eggs beoing forwarded for use of pationts, The matron, Miss Plorrie Humbort, forwarded a lotter of thanks to Mr, Ohoaosll for. his timely effort as the supply of last year's eggs had almoost oomo to an end,

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NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

NOTES_ F TIIE WEEK. ;-The troopship Orviitoberthed at the Town Pinr, Port Mlolbtei , to takeo away the iirti dotachmel nt of the oxp-li tionary forceo. -Mrs Po1rcy Phillips tloesit, to r-e. mind ladies th.,t cewit c:itrt a , ih ?ll. red cross fund mnee for workb overy Wednesday afternoon. -Mr Alfred howler hLa received from his son a letter from Palmn Juland, whore the Naval contingent lauded prior to hoisting the Union Jock on German Now Guinea. -The namo of Madem Hanson, who oontrolled a section, wheoro £2/11/4t was collected on Wa,'tlo Day, was inadvor tently omitted fron the list published last week. -Miss Agnes Janson, the well-known singer and member if the teaching itaff of the Conservatorium of Music, will give a conoert hero noxt ort lil foe the bonofit of the Patriotic fund. -Williams the Shoomon'a display of Spring goods is a feature of the boot trade in the town, Ladies buying their spring outfits cre assured of satistaotien in style, quality, lit and price, -Copies of I...

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THE WAR. LOCAL DEMONSTRATIONS. SEND OFF TO VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

THE WAR. LOCAL DEMONSTRATIONS, SI~ND OFI TO VOLUNTEIHIRS, AT the invitation of the Mayor (Councillor A. , I-Ioriot), a largely attended meeting of citizens was hold at the Mechanics' Institute on Mon day evening to consider what stops should be taken to arrange a send off to local residents who have volunteoored for active servioo in the European war. The Mayor presided and mentioned that, with the Town Clerk, he had visited the camp at Broadmeadows and had ascertained that the men might be leaving by the end of the week. It would therefore be necessary to hold any send off within a few days, Ho had ascertained that the Footseray citizons were according a send off to their men on the following night and they would be willing to incorporate Villiamotown in the function, Mr C, T. Koig thought that the best the Council could do under the circumstances would be to fall in with that arrangement; but Messrs James Hall, J, Cameron and others favorad a separate demonstration. On the motion ...

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DYING GIRL LEAVES NOTE. "NO HOME OR FRIENDS." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

DYING GIRL LEAVES NOTE, "NO IIOME iT IO RIENDS," '" ' address is whero you find my body. I have no home or friend, I wish to thank the people who have boon kind to me," wrote Pearl Jenkins, 18 years, who was found in a dying condition on Hoes tor ReSoerve, Graham street, Port .Mol b.,urno, apparently suffeiring from poison. In her note the girl who died shortly after the police had boeen notified, said that for three woeks aho had boon out of employment, and wan without friends, hho had beeon engaged at the Steam Packet Hotel, at Williamatown, ileferenona In the note showed that she bolloved that asperaions had boon cast without truth, on the characteor of her. solf and a companion,

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DINNER TO LOCAL VOLUNTEERS. OVERFLOWING ATTENDANCE. ENTHUSIASTIC DEMONSTRATION. AT SAILORS' REST. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

DINNIER TO LOCAL VOLUNTEERS. OViER'LOWING ATrIENDANOE, ENTHUSIAtTIO DEMONISTRATION, AT SAILORS' REST. DESPITE the short notice, the Sailors' Rest, Thompson street, was crowded at half past six at the Citizens' Send Off to the Williamstown contingent of the Expeditionary Force, The Committee entrusted with - the arPraniiAmlnt had rnnolved to onrinn tue l'emporanco itall and to have no intoxicants on the tables ; but it was found during the day that the building would not be largo enough and the Sailors' Rest was obtained, Despite this hurried change in the arrange ments, nobody seemed to be unaware of it; the Sailors' Rost was promptly filled at the appointed time-half past six in the evening--and the approaches to time hall were crowded by onlookers amongst whom the ladies predomin ated, The transport arrangements for the troops were also hurried ; the use of private motor cars and other con voyances was sought and the result was that the warriors did not arrive on time. The first b...

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EMPRESS PAVILION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

EMPRZESS PAVILION. Ifron edhoW fur chlldvun nt the, IEntprose on S "turtlay alto; nnonu. TuI-day, Ism( day of mrcrry gc-rouud, nat cornor of I'n(rgiIRoII and Junma (droct. Noet Wtdneunay ovu~ning ;;I 1nmprosa arvilion the groat Kioya no thriller, 11O aught in a Cab," which will produoo an intonNo infaatlon,

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NAMES OF LOCAL VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

NAMEI OFi LOCAL VOLUNTIIIMtF, Thu Iollowing la a liat of the naieos of the Williamatowo voluntoora :- A, T. Allan, Arthur A, Birch, W. Bato, II, M. Blair, D. R, Crooke, It, A, Duff, F. H, Olarlh, Gorald Oaloutt, A, M. B, Duff, W, Dinneen, Frank A. IE, Dollor, P, Iricklson, 0, If F'thorltonhaugh, ,Q A, Frooman, J. Outhrio, Oliarllea . Oriftths, W, Grant, G. It, lIulthco, 0, fIIobill, B, IIollingworth, J. . . JIil, Bugler I. J. Hall , J Hutohln ron, A, lHowot, , tlawklno, N. L. Hanson, Gordon Inllia, Llout. Johnaton, A. Loa man, Capt, (Dr,) Lind, J. MoKinley, J, McoLaughlin, Potor Murphy, Sorgt. Mc. ioohlio, V,O,, Frank Maddern, John ln.adorn, Gunner R. J, 0. Malbhrg, hIorbo.t II, Maoriu, R., MoWatt, Arthur ,. McShano, R. McCarthy. Stanloy H, Nicol, Jamou Nicol, A. J, Nicol, Arthur i, O'Halloran, T. Pohl, A. Parnoll, W, Portor, Roy PIunehou, J. Pilkingtoun, . 3. IF, Roxburgh, H. M. Roblnaon, iR. Roach, G. P. .Bimmnou, A, Soott, J, P. liillmaon, II, I, Thuraton, T. Mickiro, hoodoo Warl...

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SOUTH WARD VACANCY. COUNCILLOR JOSEPHSON RESIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

SOUT1t WARD VACANCY, --ý COUNOILLOR JOSEPIISON RESIQNS. COUNCrtu.oRu Josephson attended the Council mceeting on Tuesday evening as a represoontativo of the South ward for the last time. During ordinary business he tendered his resignation and also his thanks to the Council and staff for the courtesy that had been shown to him during tho twelve months he had bean in the Council He hoped the town would continue to make progress and that a Town Hall would be erected, Or Liston-Would you come back then ? Cr Joseophson said he was sorry to leave, at all events, Or Byrne moved that a letter of thanks be forwarded, under the seal of the Council, to Councillor Joseph. son for his sIervices, Cr Liston secconded the motion. No one could accuse Councillor Josephson of being a trimmer, He had done for tha South ward his best to servo it just as he haid done for another muni. cipality in Now South Wales, Cr Josephson returned thanks for the flattering way lie had been spoken of and hlie assured ...

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