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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914
.WILLIAMa TOWN TO PO r1T rEeLOUs hE. WINTER TIME TABLE. -'?VoeathOer and other circueistaueos pormitting. On and after April 14th, the Service wvill bo run as follows : From Gem Pier Williamstown- Week day.--.t..--8,35 .85, 0.85, 10,36, 11,36, 12,8. r,x,-1,35, 2.35, 3.35, 412, 5.,10, 5.,50. " Saturdays as usual till 10.35, thou 11.25, 12,10, 12.50, 1.85, Thence hourly till 5 35. 8undays.-Hourly from 1.35 p.m. till 5 36, p,m, From Port Melbourno- :.. :-. . Week dnys.--a_.tt.--7.0, 9.0, 10,0 11,0,12,0, r,,M-1.0, 2,0, 3.0, 4.0, ·::-·; : . then 4,45, 5,80, 0612. " Saturdays,--ll,0, 11,45, 12.30, 1,15, and 2, thence hourly till 6. Sundays,--HIourly from 2 p.m to 0 pm, FARES-Williamstowvu to Port Melbourne, 3d, single; Gd. return. Children Halfprice, I: -Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly 'tickets, 6/. MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, Ltd,, . Collins IHouse, Melbourne., Coal! Ooan :. - ewcastle N=Coal, Best HOUSEHOLD ' Best EBNGINE ., .. 4AI Lowest Current Rsates Best BLAOKSIIWEU Delivered WJilli;untown,...
THE LATE MR. E. SANDS. WORRIED OVER THE FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 October 1914
THE LATE MR. E. SANDS, WORRIED OVER THE FIRE. Th funeral of Mr. E. Sands, photo- grapher, Nelson place, took place on Saturday last. It was conducted by Mr Whear, Rev. A. H. Potter officiat- ing at the grave, The pall-bearers were Messrs ,S. Tubb, E Sandell, S. Turner, A. Rowe, E. Knights and J, Woods. The inquest was resumed before Mr M. J, Ward, J.P., on Thursday at the Court House. William Williams, laborer, gave evidence that on Thursday 1st inst. he was passing the plantation before eleven o'clock in the morning and saw the body lying on the grass, face down- wards. There was blood on the hands Herbert E. Sands, seaman, em ployed by the Harbor Trust said his father was 68 and was in a depressed condition the day before his body was found, caused by the studio being destroyed by fire and by financial worries. He had never threatened to take his life and witness had never before seen the revolver produced. Constable Charles Stubbs, who took charge of the body, stated that the rev...
CHILDREN'S BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 October 1914
ILDREN'S BAZAAXR, On Saturday last a children's bazaar arranged by Misses D)oriu Maclean, Evelyn and Clhua Simms was opened at Russell sreet in a large marquee by the Rev. W. \Vykes, Attractive stalls, chief among which, were doll and fancy salil, hbian pies and fishing pond and ice crcam stall delighted the children. Mrs Cooke had charge of the refreshmetnt-. The net proceeds which smounted to £,2/9/!r will be forwardcd to the lelgiunn Re ief Fund, and the plromoters are to be congratu lated on thrir clTorts. The fallowing assisted .· Fancy ,tall, Dor?s and Minnio I,1aclarcn ; doll statll, Millio Williams ; cotff?otionivry, Eivolyn Simms ; fish pond, Cl;ara 5imns; keoys branl pies, Gertrgs Simmu ; girls bran pies, Evolyn Dixon and Queoulo 1lees ; cake stills, Afie-os M. Dixon anid P. (tlow i; alimmnOr drilltI, lfr 1i. Glow ; gart keep'ora, harry Cook a.t Ja s: WVestiate, MRAs A,. Jonlri:snr aistd rst Is. Richardson (rcfro.hniienlt ta: l), Mrst W, II. Parker aud Mrs Ii trty (l:ceo s...
BELGIAN FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 October 1914
BIlLGIAN FUND, Alroady aolknowledgcd ,,£26 2 0 C~olloeted by MIi Now\landai .. 1 0 0 Mhiia Driu Maclauon, Evolyn and Clara S inns, proccode of baz r ... ... ... 12 10 0 The receipts to the 13olgian Carnival total £200, Tho commnitteo would like to hand this umn intact to the Mayor, and intend holding a mocial -vt -ing in the Mechanics' on Thursday tivtin,,, doublo tickets 2j/, and hope by this mnlmals to raiso mulliciont to pay the cxposes in coInnection with the Carnival, itbout £20.
CLOTHING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 October 1914
OLOTIIINO FUND. Already acknl( wlot 1c i . 216 18 3 Weekly cotritiutionu- Mrs Irinilay ... 0 17 0 Mi Conroy ... .. 0 8 0 Miss Paxt ... ... 0 13 6 AMrs riKig ... ... 0 10 0 A r l.iniklator ... ... 0 14 0 hiMr Llondalo ... ... 1 7 0 Mrs lhittrilicld ... ... 0 11. irs Ulnderwrood ..... 12 0 Mru Ward (tiokote)... I1 13 0 Violet Tes proceds (Yecund inetalmont) ... 10 0
WEDDINGS. MOLL—ARNOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 October 1914
WEDDINGS, ------- MOLL---ARNOLD, A pretty wedding took place at St, Joltn's Church of England, Footscray, on the 23rd September. The contracting parties were AMr Louis Moll, son of the late Mr Albert Moll, of FIootscray, and Miss Mary Vivien (Queenie), Arnold youngest surviving daughter of MAr Thos, 13ank Arnold, of " La Trobe," Oakbank street, Newport. The ceremony was performed by the vicar, the Rev. 1. T. tInglin. 'tt, b'ride. whto 'a, given away ny lier lather, was attirctd hi a soft white silk dress handsomely trimuned with guipure and pearl trimmings, and a long train fastened at the shoulders swith orange blossonm, the customary wreath and veil being worn, The bride also carried an ivory prayer book. The bridesmaid, Mi:; Claudine Arnold, sister of the bride, wore handsomely embroidered creme voile, black tagel hat trimmed with lancer phtlume and tiny pink rose buds, and carried a shower biouquet of pink carnations and asparaguts fern; also wore camceo ring, gift of the brideg...
FERGUSON-UNDERWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 October 1914
FERGUSONU NDERW\OOD, A very pretty wedding tel; place at "Thornby," Albert road, Strathfield. N,S.W., on August :Gth, when MIr. Robert J. Ferguson, eldest son of Mr, B. Ferguson (manager of the Newport Workshops), was united in matromony to Miss Maggie E. Underwood, younger daughter of Mr. R. U. Underwood, formerly of the Victorian Railways, now Manager of the \Vesting house Brake Company s works at Concord, N,S.W. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Scott West, of Burwood, at the residence of the bride's parents, The bride, who was given haway by her father, was handsomely gowned in crepe de chine, the bodice being trimmed with s:hadow lace, she also wore the customary wreath and veil. Misses Underwood and Ferguson were the bridesmaids and Mr. D. Ferguson acted as bestman. Besides the parents of the bride and bridegroom, there were friends from both States, and a very happy company sat clown to the wedding breakfast, when the health of the young couple swas toasted, A number of ...
THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 October 1914
TH EWARU \\'oRnK for the War Fund is still being steadily proceeded with at the sewing centres, and four rolls of flannel were cut up and distributed this week to workers, and, from the accounts we get from the Red Cross Associa'ion, warm winter underclothing is still needed in large quantities. By the aid of weekly collections the workers are doing their best to forward these gar ments, and urge on all the necessity of helping by sewing, also attending the various enturtainimcnts whirch are organ ised to help this fund. The donations for the \week ate: Two Ni;glitilngal:e, 2 pairs sooks, Miss 1). Morna. Onu pair knittod eooke, Mlrs lMlartiegor.
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 October 1914
Sb'IMrMIfN . Tiii local Swiinmitig Club held their anntal mreting at the I\Icchanics' Institultt on Tues: clay last, The president, .Mlr E. F. Lind occupiedl the chair, and in moving the adoption of the report and balance sheet, drew attention of imembers to the fact that ovin to the liberality and generosity of the towinspeople, who had been actively canvassed to support thr club, the question of ways and llc;ans for the past season had been made easy, and tie year cloed with thile sgtbstantial amount of f s/.l4 in hand, Thlie following ollice.bearers were elected Patron, HlisExcellency the State Governor Sir.Arthur Stanley Presidlent, MIr, EI. 1. Lind; Vice.presidents, the retiring v'ice presidents were unanlimously elected; Com ntittee, Messrs Bate, Couch, Living:stine Marrett and Woods, lion, Secretary and I'reasllrer, MIr; Thos, I utchison; lion, MIedical Ofltcen; Dr, A, W. Esler ; Ielesiate to V.A,S.A,, Mr Thos I[utchison: lion. Iandicapper, Mr, G. V. \oods; A\ssitant IIon, Se...
FRAUDULENT DEBTORS' ACT ORDER AGAINST SOLICITOR. IMPRISONMENT IN DEFAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 October 1914
F?AUIULE?IT DEBTORS' ACT OtDEIt AGAINST fJOLIOITOR. IMPRISION"MENIN IN DIIb"AULT, YI:XrSTERDk before oesear8 Poarson and Stone J a.P,, Vernon Joseph WVhitotiad, solicitor, was procoeded against by Andrew BIromner under the Imprioniment for Fraudulent Dobtors' Act to show cauto why he should not be imprisoned for not obeying an order of the Court made on Decombor 15th, 1i)913 There wa, no appearance of the judgment debtor, AMr A. C Scomb, who appoarod for the .jidigment creditor, said tlh amount of the order was £, 5/2/G The order still remain?d un?atisfied to the amount of £;/2/(i. The defendant had beoo served personally with a copy of the order on Maty 13 h, 1914. Air Brotmnner gave evidence that since the date of the order the defend ant had lho n practising the profession of a solicitor. had also beeoon em. plotyod at night time by the Defence Dep)art men t A[r :oecomb--Ilas the defentldant told you how mtuch he receives for that work P Witness-- Yes ; about £190 or £195 a year ...
NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 October 1914
NOTES OF THE WEEKI. -Troopshipt on thoe sat next woo:k. -The Lanoaster Opera Silgera at the Th atre Tc-night. "The Latent Spark" will ho s,howu to-night at the Empres- p')vi:in?t under the direction of Mr. W. J, lDark, -Miss Edith Ilurrows, of John atre; t, was third in the chamnpion :oprano solo section at Ballarat this week. -Dr. Harold Ward, son of Mr. M. J, Ward,J.P., Nelson place, was on Monday appointed junior resideout surgoon of the Geolong hospit l. -The naval authitritica have ieten looking at the lato Mr MeAu'cy's boat shed, Nelson olco, with a view to teak ing it an arm of the service. --Mr M, Tyaek, the well-known buildt r has commenced buisecss as a house, land, estate and insurance agent at the corner of Vordon and Forguson stroots, -The booking at Mnossrn Koig and Company's is very heavy for the patritoti concert on Thursday week. 31ire loriot, one of the honorary secrotr'ics, advises the publio to book seats to provent din appointment. -At the Court of Potty '10rion...
ALLEGED ILLEGAL USAGE. TWO HORSES TAKEN AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 October 1914
AlI,|(iil) llI,i(iAl, USAGE(l, TWO tIOlý,SEtI TAKEN AWAY. CONSr.Lul.E Wrhl tlh Ilas ?eJported that, in coilpaity Vitlh Sonior-colnrtablo Barilni, hl went; to 56 Dover road on \YIlniday to thi riridence of Mr (Grring, fMTr onrring complained that a iain iail icd Johln McDonald and another man whom hlr did not know had taken a pair of winkors and reins, They put the wik hera on an iron grey Ipony. Aa thl leoptrrty had been re turneld hb?ori the arrival of the police, Mr clarring did not deonnr to take inuy furtLher action. Tih horsc was put in a at able at the Stoanripacket hoil. McDonald said it did not belong to himi and that hI meot the rm:m who wenlt with him to Mr Gerrria, 'i hourri in Melboumrne road and they hadl drirrnkr at the Rifle Club hotil- 'Ti1o stranger uail the horse beo longed to him arind he beliecved rho aiatcm rnet. On 'Phuriday mirning the horse, a griy gliing, I i hlianrds high, wan cllimed iby di (I· retorm, Vordon street, who stated lh haId allowed it out for a...
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONCERT. HOLY TRINITY SCHOOL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 October 1914
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONCEIRT. HOLY TRINITY C01100 HALL, T1lh annual concert by the pupils of the above school was held on the 14:h inst, in the school hall, there being a good attendance of scholars, parents and others. A collection was taken up for the picnic, which takes place at Bacchus Marsh, on Tuesday, November 3rd. The chair was taken by the vicar. On the platform was a chain of boys and girls, who led the singing of some bright and popular hymns. The following programme was perfuomed :-Recita tion, "Fence or Ambulauce," Miss L Iarlow ; song, " l'he Brook," Master Wilfred Black,with "Daddy" for encore; piano duct, "Swinging Waltz," Misses AM Garlick and Janet Grieve; recitation, "II.rocs of Australi ," Master Rudolf Stuiter; piano duct, "No.rwegian Cradle Song," Mliss and Master Ilellis; piano solo Miss Edith i tlunter; rccitation, "Freddy and the Cherrics," Master G, ims ; recitation, "Red Riding Hood," Misses Marjorie Kirk and Violet Winmdor ; song, " It's a Iong, long way to Tip...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 October 1914
SUN BLINDS YOU SHOULD NOT DELAY in giving your attontion to this matter early. BLIND CANVAS is going to bo Soarce. IT IS I We havo on hand a good Assortment in White and Colored Stripcn and advise you to CONSULT US and GET ESTIMATES for your Windowe and Vorandahs. Wo havo a f?w sizeo in WIDE, NARROW and GRElEN CANE, but owing to war disturbanucs in Pacitle we have not yet received advicos of this soasan's shipmonts arriv* ing, so you shou'd onll and make early selection. In Juvouilo Clothing this is going to be the soareoat thing in the trade. Call and soe our newest in G dat?a Blouore, Tunics, Dandio Suits, Norfolk and Short Slits-all at lust soason's prices. G, T. mIE W Os IIiluR ON O Tr. W KEAY'8 G O. 288 NELSON PLACE, WILLIAMISTOWN, Soll it for LESS boeause thoy sell for CASH, Bargains in Drapery and Mercery. Hosiery at Special Prices. A FreeGift Ticket Given away with every 6d, worth. W. KEAYS & C0., 233 Nelson Plae. Long Values. - Short Prices. TIHIIL IL I0 tlDAI L UND...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 October 1914
A. COLLINGRIDGE, Auctioneero 'Pilon: R ENT COLLECTING .?. et ourt Bfusiness, Autctioaaee Real Estate Agents Aad Ganerat Agesotu, 220 atti 23 Collhis Street, and at Newport. ' 1 E1: 1i°3 N rPO t I- The 13iringtha:,m of Au: trai. W\Vh Baylug or Soliug--BEI Us " WUit' no THU 1ItrT." SA UEL SPRY'S SHOE STORESo R1 Ja WAT I tRMA, Proprietor. Nelson Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht Olub Hotel.) Sooos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at S/- in the j less than any shop in Melbourne, S 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. , _The Ordtt Draper and Clothier Small Deposit and 1/- Weekly Office: 108 Barky-st., Footscray A Card will bring our Representative If you wish to have entire satisfaction in your M?AT SUPPLY, place your Orders with . . T.K. Bennet & Woolcock One Quality only kept at all times. ADDRE...