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NEWPORT DRUIDS' SEND-OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

NE\VPOUT DIRUIDS' UtlIND-OFlf, The usual meeting of the Nelson Druids lodge was held last Monday at thle Free lason's Hall, Newport, when a largo nulmber of members and friends assembled to do honor to two members who are going to the Front, llros, Iugh i3lair and J, P, Walsh, Iro. Blair is going wtth tl 5th tattalion in the Signal Corps and Bro. Walsh as corporal in the Field Artillery tIrirgade, After lodge business was con clided, the company adjourned to the rear hall and A.DU, Bro. F. Bishop presided over a merry company. P.A, Inro. F. C, Itiurntll, who was tihe founder of the Lodge, proposed the toast of the evening, " Our Guests." In dioing so, he expresscd the hope that they swould return safe and sound with all the honor of victory, D.P. Bro, Rankin' of the Ivy Lodge (Footscray), pro. s:;ented to each a set of brtshes on behalf of the lodge members. The toast was received with musical honors. Bros, Bllair and Walsh suitably responded and. said they would do their :,hare to ...

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TOWN COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

TOWN COUNCIL. TUFSDAY, rSEPTEInrER 8th, PRESENT : Ora Heriot (Mayor), Neal,. Hampsbire, Rodger, Hurst, Listen, Troegonowan, McNeilage, Josephson, Dennis, Bylno and Gravell, LETTERS RECEIVED. Moessr McCarty, Underwood and Co. reported that the method of laying the cables to power house conformed to the boat modern practice,-Referred to Finance Committee, The Municipal Association requested that delegate be appointed. Cr Treganowan moved that Cr Liston he appointed, Cr Gravell seconded the motion, which was agreed to, The Port Melbourne Council for warded account for £310/1/ti for the maintenance of the Short road. Cr Byrne asked if any reply from the Ilarbor Trust relative to the re quest for reconstruction had been received, The Mayor-No, Cr Dennis said the portion of the road nearest Port Melbourne was in had order, lie moved that the amount be passed for payment, Agreed to. Mr James Hall forwarded agree. mont with Oil Company to carry pipes from river to High street,-Referred to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

Show Sept, 4th. Sept. 4th. Latest English and French Novelties. Special Displays Every Day. SPRING SHOW. C, T. KEIC 0. 1H7 FE Ruso aT. W. KEAY$ & CO. Draperls, Moreers, &o. .288 NELSONI PLACE, WILLIAPISTOWN, ?ell it for LESS booauso they fell for OASII. gALE Bargains in Drapery and Mercery. Hosiery at Special Prices. A FreeGift Ticket Given away with every 6d, worth, W. KEAYS & CO., 2388 Nelson Place. Long Values. - Short Prices. CARLTI ALE THOMAS L fAIh9E, UNDERTAKER & EMBALMER. (Diploma from Prof1ksor Rivors) Tho Oldest, Most Toonomloal, and Oom. E1TABLISU? D 1856, ploto Firm in tho Ditriot, . . T&~aoun No. 25. M.UJ,.O.O.F, LO.O.F. A.N.A. A.O.?. ...........UNDERTAKIi. Oorner Douglas Paradoland ltovedore 3troot, Williamstown. TELIIPHON1 No. 81 (WllUmutown iExohangoe. PROFESSIONAL, E?NDERSON & BALL. 80LICITORS, OONVEYANOERS & PROCTORS, Normanby Chambers, 480 LITTLE COLLINS STREET. Williamstown Ofiloo- "Kelvin," OSBORNE STREET. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

A. COLLINGRI GE, Auctiolleer 'Phog 3.- RENT COLLECTING L fnlt our Business. Auelionieer, Real Estate Agenot. A~d t Ge ral Ago nto, 220 al 23 Collins Street, and at Newfport, SL ?E .N'? l l )T I ------ Th Blrmiighagu of Au, tr.lia, Whou Buying or Solling-iSE US " W'.LL DO Ta? REITn " SAMUEL SPRY'S SHOE STORESG R. J. AWAT, Pbopr ietor, Nelson Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht Olub Hotel.) l?.ooos' 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 ( to Purchasers. Draper and Clothier Small Deposit and 1/- Weekly Office: 108 Barkly-st., Footscray A Card will bring our Representative If you wish to have entire satisfaction in your 1MIEAT SUPPLY, place your Orders with ... T.K. Bonnet & Woolcock One Quality only kept at all times. ADDRESS T, K,...

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The Advertiser. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

SATURDAY, SEPTEMIBER 12, 1914. Councillor Hurst suggested on Tuesday evening at the Council mooting that, instead of proceeding against all the Newport property owners liable, only one or two be taken to test the legality of the special improvement charge, Councilloro Rodger and Hampshire spoke to the same effect, ThoTown Clerk said instructions to proceed had already been given and were well advanced, Councillor Trogauowan said the oa.es wore not all parallol, In Home road he, as a property owner, did not consider he had a log to stand on ; but he could put up a much better ease with regard to the top end of River street, in which he was also interested. It was agreed to refer the matter to the Finance commltoo. Councillor Hampshire on Tuesday evening strongly advocated the tarring of a section of Melbourne road, near North road, as the metal would not otherwise hold together. Counclllor Hurst spoke in support and Councillor MoNellage attributed the trouble to faulty blinding mater...

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ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER. CITY COUNCIL'S TERMS ACCEPTED. VOTE OF THANKS TO DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER. OIlY 00UNOIL'f TERMS AOOEPITED. VOTE 1OF TH&NKB TO DELEGATESI, CouNclr.Lons Liston and McNeilage, delegates from the Council, forwarded a communication which was read at the Council meeting on Tuesday evening, intimating that the City Council had agreed to reduce the charge of electric current from £16ro/o to £5 per kilo watt, of maximum demand, and the rate per unit from 7Ud, to 6d, the charges to come into force six months after the adoption of the agreement, provided that an increase lie paid at any time there was a proportionate in crease in the price of coal and that, instead of the City Council paying the whole cost of bringing the power to the hnundary, the cost be divided, this Council's annual charge to cover half the interest and sinking feind required. The reduction in price would mean a saving of £250 a year, Cr, Gravell moved that the terms be accepted, He was glad to know an agreement had been reached. It was some satisfaction to...

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EVANGELISTIC MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

EVANG(ILISTIC MISSION. In the Elecotra ftroot Mothodiet Chnuroh to-morrow a ton dayu' minidion will com monoo. The sorvico will ho conducted by Rev '. T, Ii. Woodful; the Conference Buporintondent of the Evangollutio Dl) partmont, Mr Woodfttl its an olquent and ihtpresotive opeakor, richly endowed and eoxporlonod for thlu work, HII will proach morning and evening and addrets the Sunday olomol in the afternoon, Tho mootinga will be oontinued throughout the wook, and a special meeting will be hold for mothers, wives and daughtera on Tuesday afternoon, Aloexander's hymna will be uoed at moat of the tasrvicos,

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SHIPBUILDING YARD. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

SIIIPBUILDING YAID, Au collector for Poch,' nod Harborfl Potriotio FIund, Mr T. DImiinolw ]Iaq toga IA.- u., a..~·u~Ll ut II/ j0/- rtrl 1 £11/16/- from tho tomporaiy stnaf of tho uhip-buildidg yard, Willinmstowo ro proeonting the let, nod 2nd. wcolily iuotalmont of coutrihotioitn.

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SWASTIKA CLUB'S EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

fIMABTIICA OLUB';l ICU'U'Olt 1' Tho procoodo of tLhe 8watilca qjuadrillo Iub'o Ipatriotio eoojal amounted t:) Q8 in yid of tho Mfayoc'o Fund, The will hold ,t roaeothbly next Tuesday.

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THE NEW LABOR MINISTRY. A PROBABLE SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

THE NEW LABOII M IVII?IVSY. A PROBABLE EJELEO1ION, FRoM a well-informed source, we understand the following menmbers of the newly-elected Federal Parliament are most likely to constitute the new Labor Government; New South Wales-Messrs W. M, Hughes and M. Charlton, Victoria-Messrs F. Tudor and J. Arthur, South Australia - Mr Archibald, and Senator O'Loghlin. Queensland-Mr, Fisher. Tasmania-Senator O'Keefe \Vest Australia-Senator Pearce. Outside chances--Mr.W, Higgs (Q), Mr. Jensen (T'), Mr. II. Mahon (\V.A.), Senator Findley(V), lr W. G. Spence (N.S,W.), Senator Maughan, Speaker of House of Representatives -Mr C. Mcc)onald (Q) ; Chairman of Committees, Air Poynton (SA,). President of Senate-Senator Givens (Q); Chairman of Committees, Senator Russell (V) or Senator O'Keefe (T). Whip and Secretary, Mr 1), Watkins,

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PATRIOTIC CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

PATRIOTIC CONCERT. TIlE Concert in aid of the Patriotic fund crowded the Mechanics' Institute on Wednesday evening, ov,:r half the seats being reserved, It was arranged by Mr Oswald Rippon who gave his services free, as did all the other artists who appeared. Mr Rippon sang " Rule Britannia " and the whole audi ence joined earnestly in the chorus, Miss Mary Rippon contributed " Sol. veig's Song " and gave some child im personations as an encore and in the second part contributed " Damon and " The Blackbird's Song," Miss Flora Rippon sang "Land of Hope and Glory " and " Still as theo Night " and with Mr Rippon the duct " Keys of Heaven." Mr Pat Coleman sang " The Black \Vatch " and " Australia's Battle Song " (by Rev. Francis Mason and Mr W. II. Maynard). The num her caused great enthusiasm and was demonstratively encored, Miss Rosa Walton and Miss English played the accompaniments and Miss Waltoin was encored for her entertaining songs at the piano. The proagramme was cur tailed som...

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WILLIAMSTOWN WAR FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

W\ILLIAMhTOWN WAlt IP IND. Work is conlinuing at the Council Ohambers and the virloun contrea for the Red Orosa fund, Thia weok it was arranged t hold the oewing meotinga on each Wednottday aftornoon till furthor notioe and efforts miaat be madoe to en able us to got money to buy material, We are expecting good returns from the pioture night and the concert which was a grat succooess. All the roturns are not yet to hand, The lihon, fceotary has boon informed by the Rod Oross flooioty that floanol pyjamas, aweatora and cardigan jackota are the mont nooded artioles at proeont. It waft doolded at the mooting on lhriday to hold a plain and fancy dress ball in the Meohanios' Institute on September 23rd, Tickets for this ball are already in ciroulation from Mrs Muether and other ladiat. An announcomont was made that Madam Jansen and a company of artlats from the Consorvatorium of M.aslo would give us a concert in the Pioturo Theatre at a latoe date, A box containing 200 garmonts has booee...

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LOCAL CRICKETERS ENLIST. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

LOOAL ORCIO?ETERIX ENLIST, Three members of the Williamstown Oricket Club (Messrs A McShane, H. Morris and G. Hall) have joined the Expeditionary Force. At Broad meadows camp on Thursday afternoon Mr J. E. Ford, honorary secretary of the club, on behalf of the members, handed to Mr. McShane a silver spirit flash; to Mr Morris, a case of pipes, and to Mr Hall, a cigarette case.

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WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE. NEW PROGRAMME ARRANGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

WILLIAMSTOWVN TIHEATRE NEW PROQRAMMEI ARRANGEMENTS A splendid series of films and now variulty turan was given at the Theatre during the weeoor. Will Whitburn, t; well known ontortainor, plessed with humor ou- itolnt, and Oarlton Mace, a vontrilo quioal artist of the first rank, scoroda hugo success with his olover not. The piottros of the Oarpuntier-Silith fight w~n woll ph otoraphu an uaorou-o?. Commoncing from to-night, the pioturo programmce will be shown Saturday, Monday and Tuesday nights, with a change on Wednesday and running Thursday and Friday, making two oom pluto changes as usual, The now pioturea to-night includo a four-reel Nordilk eon sational production, The Midnlght Sun, alo a Keystoneo comedy, Mabel's Wed ding Day, and numorous other subjects. The vaudeville to-night will include Ray and Ray, an Amerioan patter and singing duo, Sydney Morton in songa at the piano, also the winner of Leonard Nol oun' singieg competition, On Wednosday night next, the star lin will be...

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RED CROSS FUND. Mrs Coop, £1/1/-. PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

RED OROS 1 FUND, Mra Coop, £1/1/-. PATRIOTIO FUND, Amount previously acknowledged, £185/18/-; Wllliamatown Bowling Club, £10/10/-; Exoolior Lodge of Industry, 210/10/-. Organiaod under the direction of Mieooes Forbes, I, miith, IE. Hlooky, N. Irwin, M, Morrison and E, ICKano, the sonior girls of the North School have done moritorous work in the making up of a large quantity of matorial for the noe of the troops. Largo numboro of night ingalcs, washors, socks, munll ra, pockot handlkrorhiofs, ton and sugar bage have boon forward.-d for tranumission to the local Town iall, Many ladles have visited the clhool arnd have hoeartily asslatod in the good work. For this re sult sincere thank are duoe to Meodameso Whitohoad, Dalgarno. Graham, Warron, MoLaron and Mimi Duncan,

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TOWN CRICKET CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

TOWN CRICKET CLUB. ANNUAL MIEETING, T'Pii annual meeting of the Cricket Club was held at the Mechanics' In stitute on Wednesdiy evening, the President, Mr John Cameron, occupy. ing the chair. ANNUAL REPORT. The annual report mentioned that the receipts for the year were £227/15/4 and the expenditure was £2c9/ 3/1, leaving, with a balance calied forward, £ar/5/0o. The first eleven had won four matches out of cit ven, V. Gladstones, P, Watson and WV. G. Brown securing the highest bat ting averages. As, however, they had taken part in an insufficient number .,f inatchec, the trophy wou'd pass to Norman Mills, whose highest score w'as So. Next on the list was Arthur lcSh.lne, who, in association with Alf Mills, had borne the brunt of the Coburg and Malvern matches, S., Mitchell as a wicketkeeder and E, Outen, as a bowler, had shown promise, The Second Eleven had won six out of eleven matches, J. Bett topping the batting list, but had not played a sullicient number of games to qualify fo...

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CLOTHING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

OLOTHINCG IFUND. Already aubtjoriued, 2159/O/;3. Drn tioue--Acrd COoop, 21/1/- ; Miiss JenOI+P, ·/-; Pioturo night Tioketd-Dire Ilremnnor, 18/-; Miaa Owone, 8/- ; Mrj Glow 16/ nit Phttlipr, 5/6 M; r LoDrumn, 1t1/-; Air Sloe, 91 ; Mr Rnai, 16/-; Mr Coop, 1/6 Mmr Ha nneon, 7/ti; Nortlh Utato Hhcool, 15/6 ; MiNee Jouon 7/

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

NOTICES. 1j LSs T'HORNQUEST LADIES' IIAIRDRE SI?Rl AND MILLINER, 04 NIOIIOLSON STREET, IOOTSORAY. 'Phone 100 Ifootooray. Oombinug made into Switohos, oto,, 2/- per oz, Cloents in Williamatown violted by Appointment by letter or 'Phono. F-----LORIBT, 01 JOHN STREET, Williamtown, Bridal and Maids Bouquote a Spupialty, Wreathu, Oroeaseo, Anhora, Cuahion, oto,, etc. IFloral work of overy description done to order on ahortoat notice. "I1 ERB. SMITH, who has boon twelve -Jl. months ia the employ of Mr. R. Smith, Nolaon Plaeo, begs to inform hie frionds that he has loeaod thla woll. known and long eatablihoed saloon and will hb poleaaOd to receivo a oontinulanoo of piublio patronage. Prompt attention, cloanlineua and the boat of work are guarantood. I?;~I lS M, HALES, late of Peter Robin t ou's, London. Gowno and Coa ttniie.-85 Melbourne road. H-lender H. GarIlotk, Of IFERLOISON STREET, wiuhout to thank the many patroea for their support during hla first year in Willliamstown. In order to ...

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CUSTOMS HOUSE HOTEL. FIRE IN A BEDROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

CUSTOMS HlOUSE1 IOTEL, FIIRE IN A BEIDROOM. A toreign mastor of a sos going voesel ocupied a bodroom overlooking Nolson placeo on Tuesday night at the Cuatotme Houseo Hotol. At teo minutes to throo utst morning he mado such a noise in hie room that Mr John Donnis, tho owner a!nd liceneoo, came to enquiro what was the matter and ho learned that thero was a iro in the room and in the darkness and smoko the foreigner was unable to tilld the door. The firobrigado was summoned and quickly arrived, It was found that the lodgeor's bed had caught tiro, apparently through smoking after going to bed. The firo was quiockly subuoed, Thie building is insured for D1,500 and tho contenots for 400.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 12 September 1914

WILLI AM1V W? TO PORT MELBOURNiE. WINTER TIME TABLE. -Weather and other circumstances permitting. On and after April 14th, the Service will be run as follows : From Gem Pier Williamatown Week days.--?a.-6,85 8.386, 9,35, 10,85, 11.85, 12.85 Pr,,-1-.85, 2.85, 5,35, 4 25, 5,10, 5,50. Saturdays as usual till 10.35, then 11.25, 12.10, 12.50, 1.35. Thence hourly till 5 35, Sundays,--Hourly from 1,35 p.m. till 5 35, p,m, From Port Melbourne Week days.--A.,x-7.0, 9,0, 10.0 11,0,12,0, r,ir,-1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, then 4,45, 5.80, 6.12. Saturdays,--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; Gd. return Children Halfprice, Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/ MELBOURNE FERRIES Ply, Ltd,, Collins House, Melbourne. Coal! oal Newcastle Coal, Best HOUSEHOLD ..o Best ENGINE ..., . At Lowest Current Rates Best BLACO1SITlH'S Delivered Williamstown, Newport and district Branch Office.... Coal Depot, AN...

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