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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. "MADE IN GERMANY." To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 3 October 1914
CORlRESPONDENC?. Wo to not naeaossriy idontify ourselves with t11 opinions cprosoed by our corroepondonto, "MADE IN (iERM.\NY," To the Editor of the "Advertiser." Sir,--Kindly permit enc to makle an earnest appeal to Nott'r iealdet, that theyl maty Ima fair-minded in this hour of trial. I find that, in Vil lialnltown and elsewhere, on111c people are refusing to buy from tradesmen anything "i:ditle in Ger many." This attitude, I submit, is very unfair to tht, tr'adesncn; it. punishes them, not the GierLmaniit manl;factOllls and exporters. Our good shopkeempers, in tihe time of peace, and in good faitih,-purchased certain commodities fromn tGernmany, and paid for the suine. If those goods are not bought fronm our shops, it is our own loyal fcllow-citi. zens, the retatileris, who iose. I ask, \\hy shiould they be ;madle to suffer?. No goods mIade in Ger mlialy since the wtar hlgin are ; r lriving, and, if sxve c hoose, we can henceforth prohibit any Germian goods from entering Australi...
THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. OPENED ON THURSDAY AS AN ELEMENTARY HIGH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 3 October 1914
TillI GRAMMAR SCilOOL, OPENED ON T'IIL'I:RSlA\V AS AN ELEMENTARY HIGHll SC(HOOL. The reunt io:tlion of thle Granlluiali School, prcparatorl to its convtr siot into an elementary high school, has btcn ill lilth handis of the Eductli tion andt Public W\orkls l)epart nteotl for sorer: months, and was brotught to a sudden ter-lnlio n on \\'tedncesday. On tlhe following tday, the school, which had formerlly benill tndter thel man a em;ttenit of U ustfcs, re-opened ais ;a Salte institution. The notill Cation was only il.de theI day hbe fore, and despite the hu 'ried ar ranigentnts, the school opened [with aiiin atteilanc of ti . Pupils under( 4. year:s of age, who are qualified for admission, are not hor?gd flees; 'over I. thue fe is -) l t p Ir allnum, The school will nout bet fully Cqtipiici d till aftert lh (.'.hi ristiuts re cess, \ ith lthe ne' year, i tpro i sion will lbe ln de for iniltl in a tra'in mng and til (eIh ic l si ubjecl . ts, inclhd inlg c lokitlg and se uing. There is n...
TEMPERANCE SOCIAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 3 October 1914
TI3MPEiRANCE SOCIAL SOCII: Y. !:irr \ ;lli pe rrncic i11a ll looked very1)1 secoiiii Paini 11nd( Fainicy Dz'reJ.i Novelty Night. wiihien, iLter Ltihre riuieiig cheeroa fot the King, it liege llnionii Jack wa00 iinfuiied by [he ulieji:iideii, \!t. iiton, ii !lit ihiciji·e (ii o lifthe lliay , ~i ia:i \\'aiighl.tiling i"Liid of IJloieo iid (liny'" in h er heat ,tye, ad il Itl ii. IBaies si eiii 'I i inoi Navy li,"l i Ini it fci' i :,u 1a (: IIi li the diet awiirded to Air, Lii h, ii wineri of the Sraught I'll aiii i, it ailvel' uhiii'lei', an toih als o l i~iii ulintel 1 'iaad tio ,l ; '. i 1Ih na itith Iii ii ail notice hre :iitiita Ut , I ii, pojantiia girl; lI t Mb ;aig.lAloil i -,0 ipile ain bagiti;l i vei r [.ae ii ta h IrI 'tippii , Itiiify ( iru g t'u 't itk i ng, d iii iiar - 'iii ('lahiend lii, dog bitt :l \ ii _\iiiiii uhinuita li~ii hitn, Nix Uneio gtettitg [hii itue ofu tite l'iultet'ootol Ituta fvcolucheNra 101)7 ,c
A VIOLENT HUSBAND. BOUND OVER TO KEEP THE PEACE. HIS BROTHER GOES TO GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 3 October 1914
A VIOLENT HUSBAND,. 13OUNI) OVER TO KEEPI THE PEACE, IIS BRO'I'IER GOES TO GAOL. Johni Vernon, on Tut'sday, heforI \l?ssrs. lick, Lonsdalh, Stone and thrcatening his w\ ife, who applied I o have him hound over ito keel p the peIace, as sIhe wa afraid he wou1ld do ht'r griecvos bodily harm. Mr. E. 11. Ilick appeare'd for M[irs. V?ernonll Mary Ellen t'rnon, Ibarmaid at Ilit, 13iav\iew I lotli, Ncl'sonr-place, gave c\hidenc" that on T'uu`sd ty, 'and tilt,, the dele danlt, whoml she had been married lfoum years, came ito the holllI andl thircat n'C d her. lShe had beeCn living aparl from Xhim, sand earning hcr own liv inlg fo 1111 Iw l'i 111-. ' I1 . a1 l a IIle-1 lphone miCll2Csag C r(lceiII l (d at the: hote Cl as for her, a 1nd had been sent by a man, iland hle aet-anehd 1to se hler ,and thral.ned tlo deal with somIc .Siuppose`1d individual. )lShe told him not to be -illy. Mr. Maug-er (the licensee), who was on the pre: mises, then w1cul a\ay. I.\ftIr hu had gone lher hlusband asked ...
MR. H. HICK ELECTED. MAJORITY OF 27. A RECORD POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 3 October 1914
MR, H. HICK ELECTED. MAJORITY OF 27, A RECORD POLL. ABOUT fifty ratepayers waited out side the t Empress Pavilion for the declaration of the poll, which was made at eight o'clock by the Mayor, who announced that the voting was Hick ... 334 Woods ... ... 307 Majority for Hick 27 Tile result was received with cheers. Mr hlick thanked his fellow rate payers for the proud position they had placed him in as one of their representatives for the South ward lie had had some doubt, some very considerable doubt, as to the result of the poll although these doubts were not shared by his friends, Those who had voted for him could rely on the promises he had made being carried out to the fullest ex tent. He had addressed the rate payers on the previous Monday and had made special reference to the valuation and private streets. He wished to adhere to every word he said on that occasion, It had been said that he powas an obstructionist that if lhe was elected nothing would be done. Hie thanked the ...
SOUTH WARD VACANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 3 October 1914
SOUTH WABRD VACACY, An election to lill the extriaordi nary \;acaicMy in the SU~utii WVard, S:lustd b( y Ithe resignation of Cr,. Josephson, «was hhlt at the Empress 1a Ilion, on 'IhIrsdaiiy, The day was hlorioutIl' line1; it waIs one of the nealres It spring weather ex perienced for Ihc season, and elec .ioneerin0 g work )proc0edetd under pleasant conditionsl, "0'lse who felt disinclined for a walk on suchl a line d1ay, had the i option of a mnlor ride,', lr. . Woodls, who was defeatcd at the Iiigiust elections by1 Mr. llRodger, had fouIr or live of these i hin is service; MrIi-. -I. Ilick, who was beaten in the Centre \V:lrd bhiforc, by Mir. John Dennis, 11and c e oull t to ll lloppose M\I', Woods, wias al5o) w`ell upplllie(d with vehiclc, and \\(wrkers, In addition to ia personat1l 'I1n2V1as of the ward, and1 fiee use of1 tlhe vehicles, postal ballot l)paperls iwere lar(gly mnadt1e uise of to bring tilhe aIbsntle vote in, the result being a rcciordl poll.
METHODIST QUARTERLY MEETING A PROSPEROUS YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 3 October 1914
AlE. 'I0lJT QUlQlUATERLY AIhI? I'Il IN A PROSPI9ElOU,4 YEAR, Ti',: (Q?iarterly meeting of the Wil liam~stown AMthodiut Circuit was hold in the Electra street Church on Mon day eveoning. Thero was a record attiidance of reprel:uentativet, forty inenmbrs being present, 'The business transacted was of a most important charactor, the pliicipal items being matter effecting the future develop ment of the circuit, which weore re iitted to the forthcoming Annual iynotld and Conference for considora tion. The balance shoeet was exceed ingly healthy, al notwithstanding specild dixponses there wstis a surplus of about £7 on the Quarter's working in addition to this, it was reported that the Home Missions income had reached £0l, a ium tIa. in excess of any provious year, It was hoped that with the incoming of Rov. J. W. Ilurton to the circtuit as Foreign Miscionary Deputation, the funds of that institution would show corres ponding advance, Mr d, Coo was re appointed IIoulo Mission Secretary fo...
BELGIAN CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 3 October 1914
BELGIAN CARNIVAL. At a quarter to tnree this afternoon a grand procession will leave the fountain, Nelson-place, for the Gardens,- where a carnival will be held in aid of the Belgian Relief Fund. -'The procession will be led by the Municipal Band, undler the new leader, Mr. \V, Code. About 300 boys in sailor uniform will march, and io() girls ill fancy costumes, Mr. J. \V. Reed has organised the Mulligan Guards, firon Spotswood, who arl c reported to be a gallant band of warriors. Madame llans en and Miss (iuff will present physical cxercices. by their pupils; the maypole and Russian dances will be performed, and action songs will be contributed by pupils of the local schools. A\ large quantity of perishablel goods, which has been donated, will be of fered for) sale. Mrs. M'NIilage and Mrs. Tyqiuen will take charge of the sweets' stall; Mrs. Parker and Is. H, Barty will have the manage ument of the cake stall, and thie re freshments \\will be superintended by MIrs, Richardson and hI...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 3 October 1914
NEWvs ANt) NOTri, Alawas acoro of 8 wiokeot for 178 was knooked up in 50 rnlnutoo. McQuado 53 not out, J. J. Flanagan 48, and J, Flanagan 36 not out worn the batamon reaponaible for the above fost. Abborton 23 and Martin 37 bitted bout for tho Myrtlon, who appear to have the uppor hand of thu Parkaidor. Thu highoat ascor for the ParkLidou 2ud was obtained by Carter, who batted through tho innings for 6 not out. Impoerials oaily accounted fto the Univorsala. Marion, with a noore of 50, doing his bhare towarda tho victory. A wondorful tcaro w\a taken by Grooeen for tho Alawan, and ho was loudly ap plauded from playera on both tidou, " Ohook " Wron, with 6 wiekots for 5 runs, trundled I cat for Alawan, and wat ably backed up by Thoemas, 2 for 1, and J. J. Ilanagan, 8 for 12 (including hat trick), TwoOdly 5 for 26 and hooking 5 for 81 performed boat with the ball for Myrtloa, Williamatown Baptiet have ohanged thle nauo to Williamntown Congrega tional, To,1)AY'a MA'fTlCIIrc Willianmtown ...
CHILDREN'S BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 3 October 1914
CIIIIDREN'S BAZAAR. A very ittctnee-fitl ('iiiidrcn's Mull ' wit:; hiild itt the reitidotico of Mr'. TI. I t Itritti, c/i' *jonlitti'eet anld Sic! tinn in-road, on t-attt rutty, 26th hettei'ititti, in aid oit telt Jleigiati 1to lie f lt, it. 'It'e tttahit were nicely ar raniged 'aithint at Ctitvtia eiciotinrc, adtiflag-; of the Aliies waved in the hi t'Iie iti' lcoiiiillg thle hityeti, atnt ttihiitiig to the decotathtitta, The chli drn ititeilc'i iigrat ical t trheinnit, did latii'+ f i liih their little intances, and li: r Iini It ; 1y tjiiyeii ttieiii i t tiy a. :\itti iiii ta wat ra eurvel to itho tutu ie:- who geatily appreciatedi'i it. lii ii iot its 'i r lnth item, The aImnti liide titit r ii o the tuectttitry of the ltl'ru~ii it citet Fundl wan £t5, Tu'ie tol lnintttii iir hii' ti tallttoldirs:-P~tancy, lls;;:; Itc, Ie i trt-ot to:'d Sliss Cottiol oodi;i 1 tnt I,', tlice ut4o llli 11 litim tutu Al i; i ii rjorliie; ftwoetii, 1u1 , 'trieil littiti ii nu Diptt, Mi his Graco Ken...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 3 October 1914
i PBRRY SBRVI B. WILLbIAMiSBTOW TO HdT MELBOURNE. WINTER TWIYI TABLE. : -Weathor and other circumtanuces permitting. On and after April 14h:b, the Service will he run as follows : Fr lm Gem Pier Wilianmstown- . Week dayS,.--..-6,35 535, 9.35, 10,35, 11.35, 12.35 r,r,--1.35, 2.35, 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.-n.r -7.0, 9.0, 10.0 11:0,12.0, r,ir.-1,0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, r.' then 4,45, 5,30, 6.12. Baturdays,--11.0, 11.45, 12.30, 1,15, and 2, thence hourly till 6. Sundays,--lourly from 2 p.m, to 6 p.m. " FARES-Williamstown to Port Melbourne, 3d, single; Gd. return Children l-Ialfprice, VWeekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/. MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, Ltd,, Collins House, Melbourne, Coal! oal Newcastle Coal. Bost HOU~ oT HOL:U ... Best ENGIB-. -, .-. ,t Lowest Current Rates Baest LAT..;' C- R :SMi? ,ITHl'. IDeliwered WVqillia:niat...
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914
?|VrMMING. ---u -3- Our local club will hold its annual mooting on Tuesday evening onext In the ioohauloa' Inuatltuto at 8 p.m, to ro ceive Report and Balance sheot and clect the oxcoutlvo for tlo coming soaaon, which prumisea to bo an ideal one for the sport, The club flnuahod an exceptionally proaporoua aeaaon with nearly £12 In hand, which will be apont in trolphioea for club mmboro, with a view to encouraging awimming. The youngstor, will h opooeially catered for. With the recent Improvement in the club's management, our local awimmora havq an exeoollont ohanceo of Darning the premlerehip this oaaon,
TO-DAY'S MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914
TO.DA Y'I MATOUEI Williamnatown v. Hawthorn (lot olovon) at Lower Hawtborn ground, Train to Hawthorn (not Glonforrio), Team Arnold, Baker, Bott, Carpoetor, Johnson, Kllgour. Gladatonos, 0. MillE (2), Mit chell, Watson. Bocond elovoen at William.itowa, Team-Abborton, Coward, Davis, Gobbleo, A. Ford. Kerr, Livingaetono (2), Outon (2), Pilling. Club Eleven v. Flotsoray Proeby. torlane at ?ootseray. 'IToam to proceod by 1, 64 p,m, train. Toam-Ailes, Rnm ington, Box, Ft-rgnsoo, Fry, Iomowood, Hatch, Thomas Hooliug, Porrymau, Briscoo, Herring.
FOOTSCRAY AND WILLIAMSTOWN DISTRICT CHURCHES ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914
FOO?mO-AY AND WILLIAM1aIOWN DISTIIIUI CuuIRoure ASSOoIATION. Newport Baptista 87 and 5 for 41 ((Harris 9 and 14 no, Kirkpatrick 8, Osmlond 10 ; Widdowa 4 for 36, Ojilond 4 for 3685, Kirkpatrloick 1 for 6) v. Lennox St, Methodieta 83. This matoh will be eon eluded today. John St. Methodiats 07 (SaIl 32, Giloe £ox ?I v'. 1.l. ,-?".··U.- ,IZ'* .'a , I- - \L. ,At -,. . ',-"- toh will ha Oonoldod to-day. Wllliniamtown Oongrog tlouala, none for 24 (F Ogdon 18 n.o., 0. Ogden 11 n,o.; Oglivio, 8 for 22, F. Ogden 4 for 41, rligg 2 for 68, Walli I for 40) v. Bay View Road Mothodleta 193, Match to hoe conoluded to-day, North Williamstown Proabytoriana 81 (Mills 20, Illndsoun 11, Crookor 10 ; Men zica 26, Oaraona 1 for 11, Ualley 0 for 41 v. Hydo St, Meothodleta (A team) 80. The matoh will ho concluded to-day. Newport Mothodiats 5t and 4 for 15 (Holton 10, Bwor 9 ; Wllliama 3 for 4 (lncluding hat trIlck), Powoll 3 for 11, Brandoth 2 for 8, Regolson 1 for 14) v. Hyde St. Mothodlets (B team) 40. ...
CRICKET. WILLIAMSTOWN v. HAWTHORN. FIRST ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914
CRIcKuET. WILLIAM8TOWN v, IIHWTlORN. lIRtRT TLUVIYN, Williamatown 121 (Batt 55, 4 tourors, Baketr 84, 6 fourera). Thean two bataman added added f9 for the tixth wicket, Hawthorn have lost 7 wlokeot for 57, Carpenter being the mosat effective bowler, sceuring 4 wlckels for 10 rnna off 12 ovora, 8 of which woere maldena. Bakor, 1 for 8, and and Arnold, 2 for 20, captured the other wlacketa, P, Watson was eloaected captain. SaooNe EIEVEN. Williamatown 121, v. HIawthorn 6 for 110, at Williamnatown For the l)oal Pilllig 31 not out, D. Livingatone 17, It Lividgatono 10, Outen 11 and D.vla 10 were the plniolpal acorera. Abberton, 3 for 4 off, lix balle, Keorr 1 for 12, and Coward 2 for 85 took the wicketa, D Livingstone wasa elected captain, CLUB Et IEViN, Club Eleven 9 for 108 (Fry 28, Herring 10 n,o.., Box 11, Brlaooo 10 n o. ; Hoakiag 8 for 9, Herring 3 for 10, Thomas 2 for 8, Alia 1 for 16, Brisooa I for 20) v. Foot acray Presbytorians 82.
SHORT ROAD MAINTENANCE. OBJECTION BY COUNCILLOR NEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914
SHORT ROAD MAINTENANgE, ----- OBJECTION BY COUNOILLOR NEAL, CO, Neal, at the meeooting of Public Works Oommittco on Tuesday even ing, said the expenditure on Short road would be £500 and the los1 causeod by damage to the ferry another £500, Ie objected to that sum being spent in another municipality. Port Mel bourne Council sold sand and saved nine ponce a cubic yard on 1500 cubic yards of spells ,annually which more than compensated it for its aharo of the maintenance account. Or Listen said no:ice of motion should have beeoon given, Ho did not see what was to he gained by impugn ing the bona tides of Port Melbourne, ie had been on a deputation which had waited on the Harbor Trust and the Minister of Public Works with re gard to this road and Port Melbourne Council was anxious to sace part of the land cut up for workmen'a homes; but the Harbor Trust also wanted it. The fact that the Port Melbourne Council patroniseod thu Newport quarries was no argument for closing the road, The tw...
WITH THE 54th ENGINEERS [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914
WIlT THLE 54th ENGINElERS AT FORT NRPdAN. (By SAPPER). Wiirn other members of the above company of Commonwealth troop, I am serving on Lhin fort and our t perlences may be of interest to your readers, as I am a Williamstown re sident. Our work) consists mostly of eearchlighting, sweeping the ocean at night time for any possible enemy's ship that may appear. We have powerful oil engines, working modtern dynamoc, to generate our electricity, owe also light the fort up. Our pnity is composed of every branch of the electtical and mechanical engineering trade and attends to telephones and eommunications of every hind. \Ve seem to get no recognition from the public, though active r.ervice. The Railway Commissioners even chaige un for the carriage of necessary articles of clothing or renewings of our weciteing apparel, There are no facilities to do wasbhing here. The Government give us a small pay with one hand aend tale part of it back in freiguht with the other even necessary adjuncts to...
PATRIOTIC CONCERT. AT HOLY TRINITY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914
PATRIOTIC CONCERT. AT HOLY TRINITY HALL, THE patriotic concert under the direc tion of Mis Ada Browno atS'nan'on full hoCUse to Holy Trinitv '""uj !lloro ualul u tmunsIcal success. It stirred the audience to enthusiasm by its strong appeal to their national sympatbhies and sent them away in a high state of fever, which could only allayed by singing the National An. them and cheering the flag, The decorations had been deftly arranged by Mrs Causer, Miss Bessie Martin, who was booked for an engagement in another suburb, made use of a taxi to keep both appointments and the ground she was obliged to cover to do so, appearedi to add brilliancy and spinrit to her singing. In a fine pro. gramme, it is but her due to say she carrird off the honors, her song "There is a Land' eliciting such aplroval that she sang " Plumatonos' and ' Carissima " with great felicity and dash as an encore. Me W. F. Powell had come from Ballarat for the occasion and he stirred everybody up with" John Bull," then...
RESCUED FROM THE RIVER. A STARVING CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914
tRESCUED FIOBt 'F'RO TIi3 RIV,'E, .A iTA.\RVING C.IILNLSL, thlit ; \i ? t Il t oit , UtL:~ a 1?,]t 1 ,i i;, ii iiIt t i, t It \\ I+ t itai lt f i li .t1 t It ilt't g~it t 'il .'t J?i? ',t Il' ; ii l ] llll tt ii X _hl it .lttl \il iii?t ili ca ltltit- " I ' r lii it tli'lt. ; ' it t I'tqi tr.ill ]lt1.4., ~J\\il 11,>1 \?1 ]t\uu l?,i-, Ihd],_,,]C &lt; liitC.:!ll ;lltl l , h'cu td 11 &lt; lli i . ;!l.+iil,, , 1" ilnl ]lI t'l~ ·ciht;ti l \ iX, ;li tl t~tlz]', Iti l I~l~lll c (.illlilllt it . Ii-.t, il it i ,i' ti i t' III l ii iii i ii?v IT hiji , I i?,?l I l1iitt itttitlItiiit lIllt.it i l li tit .ijl illit Jic itt lit ihtitiitil~ (lit Xtc l i-~ &lt; th,-rtt I , . ?t I Cii t. I tut. ict ? . U ,Jl
THE WAR. THE BELGIAN CARNIVAL. REALISES £200. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914
----~-' TY 'EL CIA[? CA? IVAL. RI?ALSES £200. Tutl Belgian Carnival on Saturday last ras a great succems. The procession ti ated from the fountain before three o'clock, heIadcd by the Wiliamstown Municipal Band, under the direction of Mr. John J, Code, and school chil dren, in appropriate dress, cadets, naval and military, and some grotesque ciharacterii in fancy costume, helped to siell the rl-k,. Most of the cadets had to vcit the driliroom first and the result was that they were too late for the proc'o:ion. The opening ceremony took place befoir thO arrival of the procession at tihe Iotanial gardens TIhe Mayor, in performing tho cere miny, apologised for ,the absence of the Consula for Russia, France and ilelgin, ni v. IFather Brazil and Mr. Jaimes Hall. He congratulated the ladiea on their display and remailed that the feelinog in England was so strong that wihen Lloyd George applied for a loan of a million, forty.six mil lions were offered, free of interest, The aiaeer wanted t...