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MORE WORK WANTED. COMPLAINT NOT ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914

MORE WORK WANTED, ]ROM TIHI MUNIOIPAL STAF1, COMPLAJNT NOT ENTERTAINED, Hit W, G. N. Youung, representing tho Newport Progress A9sociation, comr municated with the Council on 'Taos day evening with regard to the work. menon employed by the Council, In order to conservo the ratepayeros' money, stricter supoervision over the employes was necessary, especially in regard to working hours., Or Dennis--I move that no action be taken. If Mr Young has a com plaint to make why does he not sup port it by some evidence, instead of makiug a general accusation of this kind. The Mayor-tWhy not move that the letter be more!y "received," Or HIurt quite agreed that a charge of this kind should either be sub stautiatod or not made at all. He belioved the Council's men were no worse than any other men. It was a rnasty statement to make and it ought to be ignored unless it was backed up by facts. The Mayor-Thero is nothing do inite in this letter. There should he a specific complaint beforo the Coun ci...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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CLOTHING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914

CLIOTHING FUND. Alraidy raci owIcdgEd 9210/1O/.. Libta (r;tctlI iubbceipiiojb): Mebcaaes Crn toylj 8/-,- i-ic 13;1+, Butterfield 11/-, Linu1 ic r 14r-, I icdliay 19j8, Baniley 716. Tibb i0;", Undcruood .21, Mi5a Piixtt 14; d

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NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914

NOTES OF THE WEEK. -4~--- -A repart of the Nowport annivorss ry services is hold over until neoxt issue. -" Ave Maria " a song pioturo play will be shown at the Theatre to-night. -There are 6000 mon otuployod at the Government dockyard, Cockatoo Island, -Mr W. H. O'Ronrko has boon ap. pointed agent for running moonlight excursions in oonneootion with as, Wi-l liamstown. -Billiard match at Stag's Head Hotel this evening, between A, Dick and E. Symons, 500 up. Collection in aid of Patriotlo fuad, -A very intoroesting letter from Mr Ronald 'Fowloer, who was preseont at the surrender of German Now Guinea, will appear next week. --Oouncillor Rodger has resigned from the HEinauco Committee. His placo, as representative of the South ward, will be filled by Couneilor Hick. -Among the suocosaful condidatos at the Primary Examination of the As sooiated Board was Miss Chriassie Nor folk, pupil of Miss Dorothea Randall, --To.night at 8 p.m. in Young Men's Hall, at rear of Presbyterian Sunday Sc...

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RED CROSS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914

IUED CROSS FUND. Ali.esy re owhmdged ICI8/li8i Mra Wieudau 1o/d,

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ALLEGED LARCENY. DOMESTIC SERVANT CHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914

ALLEGED LARCENY. 1)(l ) ltf Ilt I I( 'I k 1' t I1 I1i) I~ I', i i I . :1 4 , i t ) 1 1 1 L l l l 111li - " l" It I' lfl1'f ` ltllll lit;t U f 1. I,. "1 - .t ! it :I I th e II '' II li i titill ft' i . E .s ll. Ilý,l I 1 Ic, . if filt t'I. I fIr: theh (lilt Ii Ii .It i i li tt r C i ii ho i( ii iti it Itt"i t \I Ii t 1 O LI If" - it I ilfu fI~tr t Il ft the L \tt l i III : f l~lt . fn li t, 1f ci Ii l crz I I I f f I i'~ lI J.lli ', a : th ' cm - lif tit. lull 1. ' lt r ; d tb I n 1 .!~tx.1411, 11)11 1-hr SkUltI (4.n u re

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914

Shou Latest English and French Novelties. Special Displays Every Day. SEEING SHIOW. ` '4' S." C. T. KEIG & CO. Ferguson St. I-, -, _- --27-_: 7-- "it-_-_ _ .--- 2-:'?.- :.- 22-"li-?: `?j -:: ?..--?-=::,. _.Z-~==:; '?WB. KIIEAYS ,gCO Driapeis, Mercers, &o, 2833 NELSON PLACE, W LAIAM STOWN, Sell it for LsS boaouso they seol for CAS:. _.i, Bargains in Drapery and Mercery. Hosiery at Spocial Prices. A FreeGift Ticket Given away with every 6d, worth. W. KEAYS & CO., 233 Nelson Place. Long Values, Short Prices, pL . AqL~ff~J~ ALE [A CARD.] T~ ~ TPY1A V1 A. B~ :' THOMASg I ? g}A N UNDERTAKER & EMBALIIER. (Dlploms from Profoo-:r Rlivor&) T.he Oldht, tioot -I onormieal, sxd Cor Esri. tlG u iD 1856, pla4to lissm In the Dietrelot. -.,L-P5O.5i ? No. .5, ' .U.LOO.,F, 1.0.0.?, A.i,. A.O.J. ............UNDEi1RTAK1CFIR. Oruer Douglas Paradoaud SBtovedore Street, Williamrtowu. TfILBPtONt '¢0, It (Willt.rz wu Gx mhK..r?, I--.. PIOFESSIONAL. gENDERSO N &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914

A. COLLINfGRIDGE, Auctionieer 'Phone`' . RENT COLLECTING an entral our',Business. .623 ' Ieneri A?ients, Auc*I~~ Ia ei l, stato Agokne 229 anl 23 Collins Street, and at Newport, SEIE N-J 1VPO -' 1-?-Tho Bilrmingham ot Auatralia, Wvhen Baying or Solling--E11 Us "aV'lt 1)O nou RIuR." SA IVU EL SRI Y' S SHOE STORES0 ,,e R. JR 'AYdtpPVb~v Nelson Place, Williaimstown. (Near Yacht Olub Hotel,) • oos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at S/- 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 moan a saving to purchaseor. : . _ .e Ie t .... . .. Draper ad lot h i 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 MEAT SUPPLY, place your Orders • with a.. ~ T.K, Bennet & Woolcock One Quality only kept at al...

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DISOBEDIENT SEAMEN. SEVEN DAYS IMPRISONMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914

DISOBEDIENT SEAMIEN, SEVIEN DAYS IMPfrISONME T. TiREE young men under 24 n.-is?d Alfred Klose, ienry Ridley and 1lrme! Cawley were charged with wilful die obedienoe to the ]awful c.mmands of of the schooner Lemal yesterday. Mr Hall prosecuted and Mr White head appeared for the accused. The three masted schooner I. mael trades between the Little Doca, Spencer street, and Launceston. Jatc I Htoward O'Neill is the master and 3 jhn Sullivan the chief ofLiicer. The hours of duty are from 7 in the nsarning till 6 in the esveing and the men had signed articles which expire on December 31st. The masteLr, in his evidence, said it had been customary to let the men knock off at fivi ; but on Thursday at five, just as loading was about finished a.d the vessel was ready for sea, the men refused to work. He finished loading in ten or ficfteen minutes with the chief officer's assiet ance and as there was a tug waiting lie proceeded down the river, But as the men still refused to turn to, they Each...

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The Advertiser. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914

8ATUUDSY, OCTOBERI 10, 191-1. The Anniversary Sorvicaa of the Preabyterian Sunday School, Cecil tlrcet, will bo held on Sunday, whlien there will be services morning, afternoon and evening and special singing by the echolara who have been trained by EMr DI. H.II Murray. The annual meeting will be held on Tecsday evening when Mr G. M. Findlay of the Sunday School Union will give an object lesson on the Bclld inug of a Light ousse. The funeral of Mrs i. Ward took place on Sunday lastl and was very largely attended. The pall-bearersa wero Mosara J. J, Listen, 0, Murdooh. A Fowler, Gravoll, Mi. MIoNamanra and Snowball, Revs T. . IBrazil and .i, D, F'inau read the burial service, hMr Lona daloattended to the mortuaary arra;e. ments. Douglas Parade oetension hab re ceived a sot boack by the erection of the Power station. The work already dono has been cut up and a revenue of £'3132/3 in rates has been lost by the transfer of ownership to the State. Tlheo Commissioners have not improved th...

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INSULTING THE KING. AN ABLE SEAMAN FINED [?]10. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914

INSULTING THE KING. .\N IlI S -.\.'\N FIN I-) (;o, \V.x-ru.,ýT Sinc!rir, an adle seaman who lad lclonged to the crew of the Orim;it mail steamer Otway, but did not go to ~ea in the vessel, appeared h.for Mr TI. Consdale, J Saturday morning charged with up in, ol,-cne language Seueant D ,'cKJechpie, VC., i,ittol cfitcr, deposed that he saw iýi;clair in Nelson place near a hair. drc:Jing saloon, lie was not intoxi t.l: but was using very obscene i;touage. When told to desi t in tie King s name he used an olscene -:prS--ionl and app ied it to the King li- v,'as given into Cu?loly .I1 Lons;salc lined him £. o or Ihc moiinths' imiprionmiiint lit: n,.nt to aaol.

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TOWN COUNCIL TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914

TOWN COUNCIL 1I SI).\V, ("1 OTBI, Ro 1 ' t-t tt : (rc. I lvriot (X~ .,) iI ,1 1-hiit', R,,dll 'r, Nrac , flick, Sllot-, i\r v,-II. tl rmt', M Neilage, Tr,..;il,,; ,n I-in mid Dennis, jicvlltr- l?.czcvi\ cd. , "l' up ,litan Board of 1\ ;'ti }. L lt' i,,i i'" of intention to I, ,. .,iii in Charles-street. :;~,12l ci t,1 nintiun was given by I ' i . ,f "I tIles to bring I.tnul 4 lnii hi air. LirLi en, in Twy iid--try, i, I . ·L-I-parade and l:. i " t--l':; teic, under the T'rans. 1;.!t r,{'I i Il it" surveyor. I r..\ I. I tlldd requested that -,, trim bt iý%:L placed over Maa ii i.,--- tr his property. .\lr.t :.! I , , r lih. usual conditions, 11, tot`,:1 th1trk, Port Melbourne., t- i 1i.{ ii,.l I Ildhr., for 1500 cubic ..}1- , 1,.,Ik, for Short-road, at I ;, rd, had been re ,. iii? - .I ppl rm\ d. I1. I I,.llh I)cplartinmnt reported !i.t ili. .:, ixhua Trades by-law ,,,ld ini hr approved with-the I. ;:,, . i t r: l3:rd of Health in. -,J:,l It.irCin.l - Referred to the St,.i!i f i',1ii...

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TOWN HALL QUESTION. DISCUSSED IN NEW COUNCIL. SOME OLD ISSUES REVIVED REFORM PARTY NOT UNANIMOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914

TOWN HALL QUESTION. ]I)IsCIJsJ:;,.Ii IN NEW\ C()IJNCI I, t -i.tiii - ctlt' ''it II itt '. t .E l "i ''iiVF.[) l II..tI', .I I i I'.ti ti'- ' I N )It ' tl t' ' tt '1 . hJ lt. l t, r ib. ,:t, !he in lIt I' l li i i ii i' ho it'?,,lt l i 1,l . I<'cl ht li] 'Itl l rill {Il Ii .1 ll t ! I iti ltq'' I i Utcllllit. ] iiittt,ll tll(lt. t l\ " t.i' i lil I. lI ti l itl lit' d I"i tl~ l't'i " Fi'I tit it i'ti l l·t l .I 'l'l f llt iill' thut h I h id It~?' tt ],,t itt liiiii- 11~··l~ itt I iii i\·il~ i ti l l Ii)~ 1it fit lil.. litnitlit It Iii'i tiltte j I;'i. l? , I\,ll hl i'·lil id/'I ]he I 'li - t,., l l liiil - rii . li it h i llIt 'tIlI 'TII' tlt ' hut" Iii Ii it iItl i trh' t I 'ld I it hillt 11 i'- 1 t i r I tllitit IIi tt ii Il~itiilt l il'l~ i ii ii \Illtlwi ]V~li(. '?'?J l 1.? ]t(' il 11,,lltL 1 Thc .M;Otj r: ]! ]Iill~ii.--: l,:~ll l'i.l-,1: . Iol I, Iiflti llti i ltiilii it .l' ll'".l '. l l l ihc i i I,,~I.h i "h ith yiire iii tl' -idt ht'iii i ti ('V.~I~: 1~ I~ ' i M ...

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WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE. A FAMOUS SONG PICTURE PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914

\VILLIAIISTOWN THEATRE, A iAM:OUS SONG PIOCTURE PLAY. brii'bt and novel entertainment w?a (;iv;; at the Tiheatre during the week. 1'l;3 " .6.ir .dera,'" an accomiplished aittiuo o (I.cdy oy., wasi received by IL ;rY. Ia, appreciativo audiences, An ot!,c r eac.ll.?t , r.et was given by " Pet tee.''Phfric. Tue picture~s in c aiidlri a varied and interesting list of cnt-ridiiln eanljectL, Per tonights piao?i?rmo r.ow variety folk will appear. i. / li, th v e",ll-known Dago comedian, vil takso hLs thirat appearanooe here. Mr Ali coi?.-c direct fror Rickards Tlvoli 'L?.,trh to \Williamstown and should -:iivo a big attraction, Miss Iileoen Uronnr.n will alno appear to-night, pre .Antinf patriotic singing and tableaux, 'Io-niht the pictures will include a ith~o rJel utbj~ct Ave Maria and a two r-:l Ltbin drame A Leaf from the Past, the coe -di te e? Mack at it again (;?i6tonc), hrotland ?o" Ever, Tin goldier iand ULe Doll, eeo. On Monday night a cuiletrr e;oange of programnmeo will be_ ,li...

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A REFRACTORY PATIENT. SAID TO BE AN OLD CRIMINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914

A IEL[PACTOI Y PATIENT, of til i Ii r : ll of Ii t:-l ll i i IL icftii 1 I I lIl lilt: ti ;- , ('111CIl till Lt llcl;t tI i C i :lI LIt to ilkl iIý-,lll alit L I ,It ILII t LLL~LIL '~iLiLlL tolI LII IL I l IL~iltli :lutl [Xi L i m L in I LL I IL XL L htit i :. I LI I LII IlL -cfl Lt~I t 01111tl tI ý XL I o :P If lt LL I I X LiLi l, LII i LI 1-11 ILtI~lL it n LLLiI IL iLIILIL n1i 1, I t 1 il, +I ton I ILXIL LI jt I llt;tL I ] tha th iLtlrnI aLL it III I tt It IP t\ X u I It;;tLIL tX ILutLL 1Irl 1,t a ~ lull li~t of

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TROUBLES OF A DROVER. DEAF DOG, WILD CATTLE AND BAD LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914

TROUBLES OF A DROVEIR. 1)L..\I 1)()i, \\ILD CA'lILL .\\I) Iti.l) 1..\NLU.AGL. Siibc~l 1 Bird appeared betur-e ]c:-;,,. t)Ir :,nli Butnntet, on Tues li) inllrning, charged with using ob, ccitt language in Mlarket-strect, \i' nport. ] h1,. Bayecs, a signalman at Stiuuh Newcport, residing at Doug I;i~-parade, gave evidcncc., He was iii ( of hearing; Scrgi. Curtin had ,h onltl ;a- he spoke to him ; but he ot,i-, nit a deaf as the dr ivcr's ith, o-r Bac-, could hear wthat the ilrtl,,t id, hut II(' dt,, it ? ;i.? at I.ýct, r',uliti'i . It icVci, as the ii: tt n I .i li i` ' 1 -. r I' :l 11ic :1), ia ' i s, ' :',,,- ,,> l,1 i lt, ,11,, i ti b, ,, .,! i .. I, - - II l 1, li t .. '.:It >? t -tý), 11 ti,,,, ,h ,.??:l t'>.. :1.11,1l liif~ rl , v.1=, -e t ,., , i 11 1,i 1- .. ! . . " , il .. ? , i1 .Iý1,ýli,,t, liý 1' a . I.' c t ha i v,, - tt: il .t' i i il ll fli' (it), an<,l d I.<., L 1, , eft ,,, i llhe iiih 1 .1' Il . c n 1) i ',. i,It ..... .11 t ift . ,..t ...

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BELGIAN FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914

BELGIAN FUND, Allr-,dy Ecl~rowk~aigjd 25/1'171. Mr~a

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PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914

PATRIOTIO FUND. Mr Diiaeloio, at the State shipbuilding Sao-d, huia rtcivccd 0i1l'/, being the ei th w-ekly Contribution from the temiprarery taft for the patriotic fund. Alreadciy ackoowledged £.Ii18/j7, Mra m,?dainIu 10;hi, Iiea Harron l/1/-, .Mdr O?, ad Rippon'e oonoert in the o?tehti5' lintitute, in aid of the War bhuad i?ault A i t a nice profit of Xl3/6/5. L at nIiday Morning a retiriong oeel itetioa on behalf of the Belgian Relief fundl wa giv n by the membera ot tho Iw.. z b. of the Peabyterian Church, CG&til ttrct, and amountoed to B/6/6,.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914

No. 41188. TRANSFER OF LAND ACT 1890. WILLIAM JAMSI URWIN of Findon Street Hawthorn in the County of Bourko Master Butcher has applied to bring tlhe land described at the foot hereof under tho above Act; and the Commiosalsioneuor of Titles has direooted notloe of the applicu tion to he advertised in the' Williams town Advertiser " nowspapor, and hant appolinted fourteoen days from uoh ad vortisomont, after which time the land may be brought under the alteration of the Act, unless a caveat shall be lodged forbidding the same. Dated 2nd day of October, 1014. LAND IlttItItRND 'to. FIRSTLY :-Part of Crown Allotment 1 Seotlion 21 Town of Willian-r-F,-'h P.,rlth of Cut Paw Paw County of Il,urto, Ceom monoing on the csouthern side of Twyford Streeoot 74 feet 8 inches easterly from a point in Colo Street 12 foot 8 inches frdm tho ohannel: thence easterly by a build inog along Twyford Otreot 390 foot 10 inches, thence southerly by a building and fence 52 feet O inches, tIhence westerly by a ...

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IMPROVEMENT CHARGE. PROSECUTION AUTHORISED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914

iUUIIOVE LiEUi CHARGE. PQROSFICL;TION AUTIHORISED, Tiii, Fiinance Committee reported to tho Couudl on Tuei;day eveving that 1 ri pOA;efe,.t by the Council, it eat decided to take legal proceedinge htaintt 'lr Richard Spear, of Home rol., N\Twport, and if necesaary ,g:.in t ,Itr Janiea Grinter, of Hobson ettic, Niwport, for the recovery of oi~iount. duo and payable under the epial ixnproreinent chargo for the coh.:ha;_;ion of ioeiio tmud and River etiict i eapectivcly. Cr Hick u:id he was not in favor of incunring law eipcnses if it could be -nvoidcd, Ii1h Maor l?aid there proceedinga S-ete t i-n afttor an interview by a N-e:poi t deputation. huo motlion was agreed to,

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WEDDINGS. GEORGE-HOBILL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914

WEDDINGS, (I EORGE-IIOII[,.t A very pretty wedding was cclellrated in the NewportI Mledlodist Church on Saturday afternoon, ,th inst, thet contracting parties being Mr 'I. TGeorge, seccnd son of Mr, and Mrs. T''. George, \Willthin street, and Miss Bessie 0Iobill, only daughtter of Mr. and Mrs, J , J, Ilobill, Nelson road. 'Th'le ceremnuny was lerformed by the 1cv, \V, WVykcs, the churcth being tastefully deCO rated. As the bride entercd on the arm her father, the choir renldered " lThe Voice that Breathed o'ler Edeln." 'The bride lookedl chiarming in a lovely gown of creme crepe de chine pretlily trimmed with lace. She wore tile Cnstomtary wreath anlld veil, and carried a beautifunl shower bouqltet of azaleas and white carnations, with while tulle streanlers. The I'bridesla:tls, who ,lore pink Dolly Vardmlen haIts and carried posies of pink carnations, were Miss Ivy (George, sister of bridegroom, who looked very be coming ill a gown of creme crepe di clhine, trimmed with lace, and M...

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