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MISSION SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 September 1914
IMISSION SI:RVICES. AT the Electra street Methodist Church a mission of a special character is being conducted by Rev, T. S. B. Woodful, Mr Woodful is well-known as a preacher and social reformer. It was he who about eight years ago made an effective stand against the die. graceful condition of the slum tone. ments and conditions of Collingwood, and also with Mr Judkins and otliers conducted the crusade against Mr John Wren, and the Totalisator, He possesses special gifts for mission word, and has been appointed by the Methodist conference as Superinten dent of the Centenary Evangelistic Department. Mr Woodful opened his mission last Sunday, speaking to the Christian En. deavour Society and Sunday school morning and evening, and conducting both services in the church I-lie ad dresses were powerful, as he spoke in the morning of the great mission of Methodism, to be celebrated in 1915 by the Centenary of Methodism in Australia. There was a large con gregation in the evening when he d...
LOOKING FOR EMPLOYMENT. RECEIVES A FRACTURED SKULL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 September 1914
LOOKING FOIR EMPLOYEIi?NT, ---o-- RITOEIyE~ A IFRAOTURUED SKULL, WILVLIc Smith, aged 45, residing at West Footac'ay, was at the Newport workshops looking for employment on Tuosday aftornoon. Hae was walking along MIolbournd road, Newport, when he trod on a piece of banana akin, fell backwards, striuck his head on the pavement, and fractured his akull. Ho was some time in the hospital before he regained consciousness, When he did, he desired that his relatives might be corlmunicated with, Smith is getting better. - - - - - - - -- - -- -
PLAYING HOCKEY IN STREET. A BABY STRUCK WITH BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 September 1914
PLAYING HIOCKEYI IN STREET, A BABY fiTRUOK WITH BALL, ALIiEn Dawo, Frank Berry and Roubon Chandler appeared before I\esare Hick, Ward and Bunnott on Tuesday and weore charged with playing hockey to the danger and annoyance of poraonu panuing in a public place. Sergeant Curtin, who prosecuted, said a baby was struck with the hockey ball and had to be taken to the Hoapital whoro it remained for some time in an unconscious condition, Austin 3hoppard White gave evi. dence that he was passing along Neto son street on Snnday afternoon, August 30th, at about five o'clock, The boy Beriy, who was told to stop play, struck the ball as they were passing and the ball hit the child, which was aloeep in a perambulator, on the side of the head. He did not eeoo the defendant. Chandler; but about 30 boys were taking part in the game, Charles Edward White gave similar evidence, Defendant Borry said he had his back turned and neither heard the order to stop'play nor saw any party approaching. A flue o...
RAILWAY REGULATIONS. TICKETS NOT SATISFACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 September 1914
RAILWAY RECULATIONS. 0-- TIOIrlITfy NOT SATIIFi'AOTORY, SAMUEL May was yesterday proceeded against at the Court of Petty Sesnions before Messrs Bunnett, Ward and Stone for travelling on a railway ticket not available for the journey, Porter James Fitzpatrick gave evi donce that May, wob did not appear, presented a single ticket from Flinders street to North Melbourne at the Williamatown barrier and said a mate had taken the right ticket, A flune of 20/., with 5/. costs was imposed. Mary Carpenter, who wrote from Coburg apologising for her absence and pleading guilty, was charged with presenting at the Williamstown station on August 20th, an out of date workmen's ticket with the number and date erased. She said she had obtained it at the Beach and gave her name as Jones. A fine of .10/., with 7/6 costs, was imposed,
THISTLE CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 September 1914
TrHISTLji CRICKET CLUB. Tirt? meeting of theo Williamstown Scottish Thistle cricket club was held at the Rose of Australia Hotel on Monday, 7th inst. Mr, W, J, Neil, president of the Society, occupied the chair. The report and balance sheet showed receipts £30/116, expenditure £29/12/1, leaving credit balance 9/5. The office-bearers elected were :-Mr, W, J. Neil, president; committee, Mersrs A. Cheesley, T, Russell, J. 0olquhoun, A. Steedman, A, Fulton, P. Smith ; Match committee, Mr, W. Brown, captain and vice-captain; audi tors, Messrs J. Lyon and R. Webster; treasurer, Mr G. Colquhoun ; -secretary, Mr, W. J. Canning; delegates; Messrs W. J. Canning and J. Sandells, Highest averages for season were W. Smith, 5a per innings, batting T. Russell, 5 runl per wicket, bowling; catching, A Cheesley; fielding, J. Caldwell; practice, A, Cheesley and C, Dott. A hearty vote of thanks was pagsed to the ladies' committee for assistance given. The season will open with a scratch match to-day on...
COLLECTED AT SPOTSWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 September 1914
COLLECTED AT BPOTiWOOD. Patriotio Wav Fund Proviouely acknowledged £12 2 0 M~. aud Mrs. famon ... B5 0 0 Robble DBurnsLodg, No 18 2 2 0 Mr. and MrA. J. R. Bohutt 2 2 0 Mr. and Mrs. F. W, Sponce 2 2 0 Vino Lodge. No, 88 .. 10 0 Miss B. . Rood ... ... 10 6 Mr. Webstr ... ... 0 10 0 Proooed patriotio conooer 11 12 0 £36 12 0 Donations Belgium Womoen and Children's Iund Proviously aoknow!odged £6 1 0 Mr, and Mra, J. R, Sohutt 1 1 0 Mr. and Mrs. Blmor ... 1 1 0 Mr. and Mrs. H. Bredt ... 1 1 0 Spotewood Mothodisto hurch 2 2 0 Oolieated by Matoer W, MoNollago ... .. 1 0 0 Vine Lodgo, No, 88 , 0 10 0 Mils 6, F. Rood ... ..0 10 0 £7 16 6 Rod Oross Fund Previously acknowledged £10 0 0 Collootod for purchasing matorial By fMr. Crilloy, £2/12/0; Mrs. Blllard, £2/1/0; Mrs.- Godwin, £2/11/; MiEs Reod, £1/4/-; Miss Smith, 1 /5/ Mrs IInuphroy, I-; Mro Webster, 14/ Mra Volglt, 10/ Mrs Binolair, o/-, and ieov~ral emall sums, malingg total ... ... 12 10 0 £22 10 0 Garmonts made up for the soldiers-650...
BELGIUM WOMEN AND CHILDREN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 September 1914
BELIIUM WOMEIN AND CHILDREN REILIEF FUND. A patriotic church service was held in the Methodist Church, Spotswood, on Sunday evening last, Rev, F. Mason conducted the service delivering a very stirring address to a large congregation. The church was decorated with bunting, Mr. Walter Smith sang Rudyard Kip. ling's "Lest we Forget," which was much appreciated. The Belgian Women's Fund will benefit to the ex tent of £2/2/- as a result of the service.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 September 1914
LOST., -- OLD Cablo Bracelet Loot, betwoon L- I aunan and ccoil eta., leat Sunday, 18th, reward on roturnlng to 37 IHannan Stroat. OST, on Tuooday, Loather Handbag, between Priuooa etreot and North Williamstown Station, ontaininug Purooe, with money, roWard,-18 Princos treeot, North Williamstowp. AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBIhRuI 10th. At 3 o'oloolr. On the Prowises. 70 MELBOURNE RD , Williamat waS, T fRITVOR JONICA & CO., Auotionor, under inatraotioen from Mr T. Cruokford. will soll as above D.F.W.B. Cottage, 4 rooms and all conveniences. Land 33 x 80. This property is central and should command a ready -ale, Particulars and order to view from Trevor Jonoa and Co., Forguson atreet, Tel. 04, WEDNESDAY, 23rd SEPTEMBER. At the Auction Rooms, At 2 o'clock, 127 NBLSON PLACE. W o H. O'ROURKE, Auctioneer, W under Instructions from varlous owners, will soll by Auotion a quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, oto, PRELIMINARY NOTICE. Wednesday, Soptembor 80th, 1014. At 2 o'look, On the Pre...
ALLEGED SUNDAY TRADING. THE CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 September 1914
ALLEGED SUNDAY TRADING. TUI OASE DISMISSED. AT the Court of Potty Sessions on Tuesday before Measra Hick, Ward and Bunnett, Ju.P. Mrs Mary Ellen Dick, licoensee of the George Hotel, Cecil streoot, was charged with allowing a sale of liquor to take place on Sun day August 23rd and three young men were charged with being illegally on the premiseo , Sub-inspector Kennealy prosecuted and Mr Brayshay appeared for the defence. James Burke, constable of police, stationed at South Melbourne, gave evidence that he visited the hotel at nine at night on Sunday August 23rd in company with Constable Lynch, He went into a back yard and stood by the door of a lattice work partition. Constable Lynch went to the front and knocked. Some people came out and he heard a lady's voice saying " Come on, I will put you into this room," Constable Lynch was admitted and witness went in from the back. As he opened the door he found two mrn behind it. Behind a back curtain they found another man, One of them sa...
TROUBLE ON TROOPSHIP. DISOBEDIENCE TO ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 September 1914
TBOUBLE Oda T UOPSHIIiPI DItiOBEDIEN0O TO ORDERS. AunTuR Bloomfield, an argumentative seaman, appeared before MJesrs Bun nett, Ward and Stone yesterday charged, under Section 225 of the Merchant Shipping act, with wilful disobedience to orders. Sergeant Curtis prosecuted and said the defendant wanted to be paid off. Charles Richard Lay, chief officer of the troopship Geolong, lying at the Breakwater pier, gave evidence that Bloomfield signed on in Sydney for London, or the ship's destination. He came on board on Wednesday last at two in the afternoon and refused to turn to and tri d to induce other men in the forecastle to refuse duty. The agreement had been read over to him by the shipping master. Henry Jones, boatswain on board, Defendant said there was no table for meals and he was treated like a lascar. He would go on board. The Boatswain said the ship was undergoing alteration for the troops and was told a table would be provided. Defendant was sentenced to four teen days impri...
IMPROVEMENT CHARGE. ISSUE OF SUMMONSES. TO BE DECIDED BY LOT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 September 1914
ISSUE OIP SUMMONagElS, 'TO Iti DiEOIDED BY LOT. Tair Finance Conunittee, by appoint. ,nont, ~ecoived a visit from landowners of Newport and Spotswood who do aired that summone should not be is. sued for all the claims made for road making at Nosport and Upotawood, but that teat caaeo should be selected. It was pointed out that loss of time would be entailed if all the parties had to attend the hearing and the proceedings would be protracted, thus increasing the coat, The Finance Committee, while con sidering that the circumstances in all cases wore not alike, agreed to recom mend that a batch of names be arranged and placed in a hat and the one drawn out be proceeded against,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 September 1914
WILLIAMSTOW 1' TO PORT ELBOURNE. WINTER TIME TABLE. -Weather arid other circumstances permitting. On and after April 14th, the Service will be run as follows : From Gem Pier Williamstown ,Week days,-,.-,.-35 8.35, 0.35, 10,35, 11.85, 12,85 r,Pa,-1,35, 2,85, 3.35, 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.M.-7.0, 09.0, 10.0 11,0, 12.0. P.ar.-1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, then 4,45, 5.80, 0.12. Saturdays,-11.0, 11.45, 12.30, 1,15, and 2, thence hourly till 0. 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, 6/1 MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, Ltd,, Collins House, Melbourne. Coal1 Coal! Newcastle Coal, Best 'HOUSEHOLD .-. Best ENGINE ... ... At Lowest Current Rates Best BLACKSITIN?' D.elivered Williamstown, Newport and district Branch Office.... Coal Depot...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 19 September 1914
MARRIAGE. GEORGE—KILPATRICK.—On Septem- &nbsp; ber 19th, 1889, at the Anglican Church, Mount Morgan, Queensland, by Rev. Wallace, John D. George, of Auckland, New Zealand, to Hannah Ruth, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Kilpatrick, of East Street, Rockhampton, Queensland. Present address, 1 Cole street, Wil- liamstown. Contributions intended for publica- tion in the "Advertiser " should be submitted not later than Thursday &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; of each week to ensure insertion in the current week's issue. The Advertiser. Sat., Sept. 19, 1914.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 September 1914
WILLIAISTOW TO PORT MELMURNE. WINTER TIlME TABLE. --Weat~icr and other circumstances permitting.- On and after Alprl 14th, the Service will be run as follows : Prom Gem Plea Willamatown Week days.--A,tr.-6.35 8,85, 9.85, 10,85, 11.85, 12.85. r,ar,-1.85, 2,965, 3.85, 4.25, 5,10, 5,50. Saturdays as usual till 10.35, then 11;25, 12.10, 12.50, 1,8t;, Thence hourly till 5.85. Sundays.--Hout.y from 1.35 pm. till 5 35, p,m, From Port Melbourne- Weedk days.-A.M.-7.0, 9,0, 10,0 11,0, 12.0. rr.-1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, then 4,45, 5.80, 6.12. Satnrdaye,--11.0, 11.45, 12.80, 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; 6d. return Children -Ialfprice, Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/ MELBOURNE FERRIES Ply, Ltd,, Collins I-House, Melbourne. Coal! Coa Newcastle Coal, Besat HOUSEHOLD . Best ENGINE .,. - At Lowest Current Rates Best BLAOfKM ITIIr' Delivered Williamstown, Newport and district Branch Office.... Coal Depot...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 September 1914
SAUCTIONS, IFRIDAY, OOTOIBER 2nd, On the Promiwes, No. 1 POWERi STREET, Williamstow.n, T REVORt JONES & CO., Auotioneer, under instruct ionsh rom Mr Collo'ott, who in leaving the distriot, will sell superior walnut Oft aideboard, splendid 8ft extenilon table, almonr, now linos, kitchon tableh, sowing machino, plotur 8, cano.'hairs, tenders, Axminater carpets, exqulsito oak hall stand, very fine oak bod sulto, 8-pioeo inmt, oak bed suite, nickel bodstead, cheat drawers, bed couch, pot plants, and a lot of clean household furniture, Wednesday, Soptembeor 80th, 1014. At 2 o'clock, On the Premises, Cr, HANMER & TIIOMPSON 8TS, ORUGAN, GUNN & CO., have re calved instructions Ifrom The Ex ecutors to sell by Auction (ttrogh their Auctioneer) tho lousehold Furnitute and Effoots of the late Mrs M. Olark, com prising Piano, by tPchribor; Horaohair Suite, 0 piceoa; Sidbnoard; 8 ft. Ext. table, OvermantleC, Hall Stands, Chair Pedostals, Wardroboes, Marble-top Wash stands,...
A WORLD TOUR. DESCRIBED BY CR. McNEILAGE BEFORE THE WILLIAMSTOWN A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 September 1914
A WORLD TOUR. DESORIllED BY 0n, MoNEILGI*. BElfO1 E T?l WILLIAMSTOWN A.N.A. Mn, McLeish, president of the Wil liamstown branch of the Australian Natives' Association, occupied the chair on Monday evening at a lecture, under the auspices of the branch, given by Councillor MoNeilage, ex President of the Chamber of Manu factures, on his travels through America and Europe. Mr McNeilage, without note of any kind, spoke on uninterruptedly for an hour and a half in a natural easy manner, holding the close attention of an aucience that quite filled the building. He had just arrived, he explained, a few hours before from Sydney and his time had besn so fully occupied since he returned from Europe that he had not been able to make any elaborate preparation for this address. With his son, lie left Sydney on March 7th, this year, by the steamer Makura for Auckland, going thence to Suva, one of the Fiji Islands, They motored out to see the natives who, they were told, had given up man eat ing, b...
NAVAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 September 1914
NAVAL CONClERT. A cosceRa of a 'ery high order was given at the Naval headquarters on Thursday evening, the 17th inst. The concert was organised by Naval Chaplains Revs. Frank Lynch and Francis Mason, assisted by mem bers of the local staff, and was pronounced bs " old hands " to be one of the best on record. Conmmander Hardy and Liecutenant O'Dowd, with a large party of guests were present, supported by members of the conm missioned and non-commissioned staff. Rev, Francis Mason presided and expressed the pleasure the chaplains had in taking up as fully as their local church work permitted the duties of the chaplain's office, Hie expressed. on behalf of himse'f and his fel low chaplains, Revs. Frank Lynch and R, Murray, their erned desire to be of service to the men both as chaplains and friends, The programme was long and varied and, as time under regulations had- to be rigidly observed, the numerous encores had to be carefully manipulated, Mr. W. II. May nard played accompaniment...
MISSION SERVICES. ENTHUSIASTIC MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 September 1914
AMISSION S~lVICEIS. IENTlIUSIAiTIO dME~I'INaO. T'i'i special mission conducted by Rev. T. S. 13, \Voodful in the Electra Street Ielthodist Church was continued last Sun lday. There were large congregations, especially at n:ig:ht, and several decisions for the higher life. iMr Woodfutl showed no abatement of cSarncUlness in the delivery of his meissage, His sermon on Sunday night on "\What will ye do with Jesus? " was a ponwerful appeal, On Sunday afternoon a Menl' Meetinlg was held, to which Mr. Woodful addressed somon serious and search ing uwords on the responsibilities of men to the ques'tions of social purity, gambling, drink and kindred evils. He strongly de nlouced th, ttalisaltor as a menace to the honor ad w'ell-hbeing of the nation, On the motion of Mr. RMamuay, seconded by Mr Jewell, it was unanimously resolved to establish a branch of the "M.MI, ." (the Men of Methodism Movement) for the purpose of binding meni together in spiritual social and intellectual work and fellow...
TOWN COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 September 1914
TOWN COUNCIL. ~c-4B-- TUESuAY, SEPTEM!RER 22nd, PRBs?ENT : OrI I Hriot (Mayor), Neal flampshire, Rodgor, Hurst, Liston, Dennis, Treganowan, McNeilago, and Gravoll, LErTrEs RICcIVwD. The Town Clork, Melbourne, for warded terms under which electric current would he supplicd.-Referrod to Lighting committee. The Under Treasurer requested that an attorney act to transfer £3251/1/1 to the ES, & A, Bank for payment of loan, which matures in October next. -The Town Clerk was authorised to act. The Town Clerk, Meolourne, en, quired if any action was being taken to license carts and carriers.-It was decided to reply that no action would be taken, as the town was outside the radius. Or. Neal said motor cars and motor bikes did most of the damage to the roads and the Council should got a share of the revenue they paid. Sergeant Curtin forwarded list of convictions for breaches of by-laws and requested payment of out of pocket exponsos.--Agreed to, The Health department forwarded an appl...
CONFIRMATION. AT ST. MARY'S CHURCH. ADDRESS BY ARCHBISHOP CARR. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 September 1914
CONFIRMATION, --- AT ST. MARY'S OIIUROI, ADDREHS BY AROIIBISIIOP OARR, Sx,. MARY'S Church was crowded on Sunday afternoon when the Sacrament of Confirmation was administered by His Grace Archbishop Carr, assisted by Rev Fathers Brazil, pastor, and M, D, Finan, with Mrs Leach and Mr M. J. Spiliano as sponsore, His Grace, who arrived shortly after three o'clock and was received by a guard of honor from the Hibernian Society, congratulated the children about to be confirmed upon the ex amination they had made on the pro vious Friday, a report of which had been furnished to him by Dean McCarthy, The substance of the doctrine delivered to the church was what the children learnt in the Catoe. hism. Thore were essential truths which everyone was bound to believe. St. Paul said " Without faith it is im possible to please God," You must believe in God; in the doctrines he delivered to His Church. There were some things to he done in order that the doctrine of Christ might be be fulfilled. Be...