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GIRLS' GUILD DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 31 October 1914
GIRLS' GUILD DISPLAY. TiHE demonstration hold by the Preosby terian Girla' Guild at the School Hall, Cecil street, on Tuesday evening, was one of the most succes'ul it has ar raugod since its inauguration some years ago, Every available seat was occupied and many onlookers were obliged to stand. The apace allotted for the performers was just sufliciont and no more as thry appeared in greator force than heroetofore. The Guild had the assistance of singers who wore much appreciated, Mrs '., Law was encored for " Come Ye by Athol " and reasponded with " Within a Mile of Edinboro' Town " and later on sho sang " Scotland." Miss Marie Stewart sang " Angus McDonald "' so well that abe was rewarded with a recall, She responded and sang again in the second part. Mr Bell gave a nautical refrain and reoaponded with a sympathotic rendering of " The Rosary." Mios Olive Anderson re cited " I)andy Jack," Scottish Martyrs " and other pieces in a way that snowed she has boon well taught and knows ho...
TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 31 October 1914
TO.DAY'J MARdUIII. Wiliamatown v. Iootnoray (?st otovou) at 1ottaoary. Toam- Arnold, BIrown, OarpoOUtor, Bott. Mlll (2), Gladatonoc, KCilgour, Mitoholl, Watoon and D. Liviung ttono. oSecond olovona at Willainstown. Toam-Abborton, Coward, Davis, Gobblo, Jaokson, Korr, R. Livingltono, Ounon (2), Pilling, IFry. Club Elovon v. Lonnox St. Mothodilts at Yarravillo, near Crlaoket Orouond. Toam--Ailou, Romington, Eriokaon, Box, 1Acrgalon, ThomaT , IHorring, A. IFord, IIateh, Philip, Nankeorvia. Team to pro cood by 1,tiO5 p.m. train. O.Y.,M.6, v. South Yarra at Gardena Ronorvo, Congroti v. Ilydo St, I teoam on tho formor'tl ground,
FOOTSCRAY AND WILLIAMSTOWN DISTRICT CHURCHES ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 31 October 1914
IO00OT03AY AND WILLIIAMhITOWN DISTIuCT OClUltolliu AIOOI1ATION, IPotooray Preabytorians 113 anud I for 34 boat Lonnox St. Mothudidta 60 and 09, Hydo it, Methodista (A to?a) llt and 2 for 21 boest Ohuroh of Chrit 54 and 70 (S~altoliffo 20, Jones 10, Stroador 13 ; ill 1 for 8,. Parsons 1 for 14). North Prosbys 74 and 0 for 85 (lindoon 42, Monoica 17 ; Oarson 4 for 21, Balaam 3 f1 r 6, Monozies 2 for 10, Hindson 1 for 10) boat Yarravillo Biptista $0 and 67, John 8t. Methodiate 178 (Rolloy 16, Salt 34, Ailon 32, Miles 238, Cluugh 12 no., Claringbould 10 ; Allon 8 for 34, Miles 7 for $6, Oles 4 for 25, Olough I for 6) boat Newport Methodists 00 and 30 (Powell 23, lolton 31 and 18, loseo 1 ; R, Rogol sen 4 for 20, Jonhino 2 for 14, U. Rogol 0on 1 for 38, Dlandreth I for 38, PJwoll I for 1it. 11y View Rd, Mothodiota 105 boat lIydo 8t. Methodists (B team) 20 and 6 for 51. 'Ai.6~c, ola Oh, thl.·autu 100~ai w4410 (Garwood 4'10, Boat 21 n.o,, Burkla 11; hrklda 4 for 3, Hope 2 for 2, OCarwood 2...
PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 31 October 1914
PATRIOTIO FUND. Acknowledged ... ... 32 1 1 Eighth weokly contribution recolved from tho Temporary itafl, Shipbuilding yards, by Mr Dimelow is £10/10/6, OLOTHING FIUND. Acknowleodrged ... ... £214 3 0 Collected. Mrs Findlay .,, .., 0 I6 6 Mr aMabbitt ... ... 0 1 0 hiMrs Kioig ... ... 0 10 0 Mrs Linklator ... ,, 0 14 0 Misa Paxton ,,, .. 0 10 6 MioeIli'g ... ,,, 0 0 ( Mrs Tubb ... ... 0 10 0 LIat of weekly contributors to Olathloing Fund : Meadamos Parker, Wymarlr, Downe, Thomas, Joones, Breaka, Warnock, C. Orr, G. Cullon, A HIoriot, W. Hipgrave, F, Power, W, Wood, R. A. Findlay. Turner, W, Parker, IIick, Eleum, Warnock, Martin, Maeloan, Dick, Johne, Bandgo, Richard ron, Kolg, Warnor, Thompson, Iiondson, Tubb, Lillington, Gili. Lo Brun, Coop, Gurney, Bouohier, G. Linklartor, E. Joanes, Phillip, Greer, Foater neaoor,, C, Foltor, II. Major, J. Orr, BIato, Chester mran, Allan, B, Dyron, A. Murrio Lap thorno, J. 0. (ladatonca, P. Phillipa, Undorwood, Musthor, Hlompel, Cautrr, Watson, Rat...
WEDDINGS. LINGFORD—STEINHAUSER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 31 October 1914
WEDDINGS, LINGITORD -STINIIAUSIERt A veaRY pretty wedding took plaoo at Ohrist Churoh, Nowport, on 11th ijnt, when Mr W. II, Llngford of Weoaprinah and Miss Mary Stnlnhausor were united in the bands.of holy matrimony, the vicar Rev W. W, Ratton, performing the core many. The brido, who was given away by her father, was tastefully attired in hsndsomo white oembossed voilo, daintily mado, with court train, wearing the unaual bridai veil and wreath. Sihe was attended by three bridesmaids, Misses Box, who wore a very dainty embossed voile ; Miss Coleman (cousin) and Miss Kinug who were neatly coeastumed in cream vollo and silk rosilda, each ear lying shower bonquots of pink earnationo. tilhe brido's being whito. The br dogroom was ably supported by Moor,- W. A. Williams, L. Lingfrd anid L, K .. g. As the bridal party entered the church, the hymn ' The Voleoo that breathed o'or Edon " was sung nicoly, and the wedding marsh was playod after the oaremony by Mrse King, Much intoroest was en...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 31 October 1914
FERRY SERNiE. WILLIAMISTOWN TO POUT MELBOURNE. WINTER ~'IMT'I TABLE. -Weather and other circumstanoces permitting, iOn and after April 14th, the Service will be run as follows : From Gem Pier Williamstowr- Week days.--.s.,--6,35 8,.85, 0 35, 10,35, 11.85, 12,35 x,,-1.,, 2,385, 3.35, 425, 5.10, 5,50. Saturdays as usual till 10.35, then 11.25, 12.10, 12.60, 1.35. Thence hourly till 5 385. Sundaye.-Hourly from 1 35 p.m. till 5 86, p,m, From Port Melbourne Week days,--.a. -7.0, 9,0, 10,0 11,0, 12,0. .u.--1.0O, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, then 4,45, 5.30, 6.12. Saturdays,--11.0, 11.45, 12.30, 1,15, and 2, thence hourly till 6, Sundays,-Hourly from 2 pm. to 6 pm, FARES-Williamstown to Port Melbourne, 3d, single; 6d. return Children Halfprice, \Veckly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/. MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, Ltd,, Collins House, Melbourne, Coal! c oalI Newcastle Coal. BeSt HOUSEHORLD -' Best ENGINE1 ... At Lowest Ourrent Rates Best BLACKSMl TH'T I Deliver d Williamstown, Newport and district, Branch Of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 31 October 1914
AUCTIONS, TO-DAY, At 3 o'clook, ANNAN Stroot, - LAND 87 x 140, Terms at Sale, -W, ,I. O'lRolnrko, Anotionoor, SATURDAY, NOVIVI1BER, 1lth, On the Promisoes, 57 OSBIOItNE ?RTElEl, Williamstown. Prolimintry Notioo, TittEVOlt JONEI S & 00,, under in .t struotioan from the Eezotomts of the lato Mrs Olark, will soil Superoior sir. roomed VILLA. Iaurther partliculara noxt wook. NOTIOES, OURtT WILIA MSITOWN, &.O.I,, 3013 Members of the abtve Court are re mlunded that Quartor (Pay-up) night is POSTPONED to Thursday, Novenlbor 5th. JoIN R, 1N'IIHALCURoIAoI, HOo. WILLIAMBTOWN NIEWS AND ADVERTIPING AGENOY, 103 Nolson Plaoo, Octobor 31, 1914, D RAIL SIr oti MADAMn , I bog to intimate to you that I htvo disposed of my busineaos to Mr I. J. S.ono, who from this data will carry on samero. I sinoerely thank you for the liberal support accordod to uen and trust the same will be oeitonded to my sucooesor, I am, sinooroly yours, JOHN BERRIMAN, Having purchased the abovo busiuess, I hope...
WILLIAMSTOWN CUP. ALLCONNER or ST ALWYNTON ST. CARWYNE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
WILLIAMSTOWN OUP, ALIICONNE?E or ST ALWYNTON ST, CARWYNIE. Mr S. Thorburo, proaeding at tho Jast mooting of the Prcabytorian Followahip As~ceiation, Baid he had a ploasing duty to porform in prosouting a wrist compasa and wiohing God"apeod to Sorgoant Stowart Ilanaon, who waau going with tho 14th Battalion of thie oxpeditionary foroo to help to exterminato, ho hoped for over, the Pruealan rule of militarism, Sergeant HIaunon, in thanking the moul bore for the very uoeful presout, said ho belioved it to be hie duty and hoped the remarka of the chairman would be ful filled, Tho total amount oullooted locally to date for tho War Fund in £t128/i1/10, The Patriotio Fund has received over one third, namely £410/7/4, The Oloth lug Fund has rooeived over one fourth, or £208/71-, the Beolgian Fund haI re ceived about one flfth, or £238/3/- and the Rod Crooa Fund oho balance, £178/1/6, or leos than one sixth, It is estimated that, besides thie, material valued at £400 has boon ueod, making th...
V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. ANTICIPATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. ANTIOIPATIONS, Spring 1Lauuicap.-- llluguo 1, \Va1 1rachia 2, Traqurtlo 3, Fjomington Stalicfj--Alauco 1, Duddon 2, Lapford 8, V.1.0. Handicap.-Moonbrit 1, Kings. burgh 2, St Carwyno 3. 0, 3 F'iohor Plato,--Mountain Knight itr Orarita. Stooploohauo,-Ouiioap 1, lIorosoy 2, W.T.. 3. Firnl lIaudiuap,-Phiiio or Do Oamna, Tho Lintlo,_
NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
NIEW INSOLVENT, PACOo Daphuo, Nott street, Port Mel bourno, master mariner, Oausoo of irsol. venoy-Silknass of wife and family, paying high rate of interest on borrowed money, pressure of creditors, and having wages garntisheed, Liabilities, £146/18/-; assets, £7 ; defoiionoy, £180/18/- ; Mr T. 0, Walker, assigneo,
WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
WVILLIAISTOWN TIIEATiRI The attendances at the Theatre during the week have beeon very largo in ?pite of the warm nighta, and all the itoms wore well appreoiated, althought places of amusement are the first to seriously fool the oflotes of the genoral depression of the country during the war and drought, The programs at the Thoeatro have boon kept to a fairly high etandard, To-night Vernon and Mack, comedy aorobats, will make their firat appearance and intro duce a series of equilibristic foats, A varied and interesting picture pro gramme wi'l also beha sorooeened, On Monday night a now programame of picturoes will bhe shown, which will in clude a groat six-reel American exclu sive, " Atlantis," showing one of the greatest acenes over photographed-the actual scene of the sinking of a hugo Atlantio liner.
NO LICENSE LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
NO LICENSE LEAGUEI Tua third monthly moeting of the Williamstown League was hold on Mon day last, the Rev U, Lynch, M.A,, pro sided over a good attendance of memb, rs. It was roported the resolutions of the previous mooting wore duly carried out. The Hon Minister for Defenoo, Bonator Pearce, wrote thanking the league fur Its approval of his action in closing the wet cantoeu at the Broadmoadows camp. Arrangemeonts for the forthooming no Iloonso demonstration in Holy Trinity School Hall on Monday next were coam plated various aspects of the campaign were looked at, and in the near future it is hoped to perfect arrangemonts for aggressive work in North Williamstown, Newport and Spotswood. It is so contompl.stod to form a federation of the leagues formed in Williamstown, Yrr t villo and IFootocray, so that in each part of the electorate the campaign may be conducted with vigour and enthusiasm, both of which will be needed in the work of odunation, orranlisatton and suatainod effort duri...
ALLEGED INSULTING WORDS. THE CHARGE DISMISSED. DISPUTE WITH THE TOWN INSPECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
ALLEGED INSULTING WORDS, 1 '------ TIIIE CHIARGE DItMISSIED, DISPUTE WITH THII TOWN INSPIEOTOR. HENRY William Christopher Jenkins, Town Inspector, yesterday before Meossrs Bolton and Loundale, JsP., charged John Butler, Park crescent, with using insulting words, Mr B. H. Hick appeared for the plaintiff and Mr H, Hoare for the defendant. Mr Jenkins on Sunday 18th October, according to his evidence, was con lucting a raid on wandering cattle in Krororoit Creek road and came across five horses and a pony belonging to defendant, Some were crossing the footpath and others were on the road. As the animals were being driven to the pound, Butler spoke to one of the men assisting and when witness re plied he called him a liar and other offensive names. Mr Hoare-How many wandering animals did you find ? Wituess--4d, SLMr Hoaro-Butler is the only one summoned out of the lot, We say the prosecution is malicious. HB is up on three charges besides this, John Butler, contractor, Park cres cent, de...
THE NEW PIER. TO BE LENGTHENED 450 FEET AND WIDENED 36 FEET. VISIT OF HARBOR TRUST OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
TIHE HIEW PIERl TO BE LENGTIHENEID 450 I]'Etl' AND WIDENED 36 IEIRlT, VIi1T OFI HARBOR TRUST OFIIOIALS, Qlabz 'ifiui'fis"ii ad Air McKenzie, Chief Engineer of the Harbor Trust, visited the town in a steam launch and were met hero by Captain Robinson and ciliciale connected with the Rail ways and Stevedoring, They found that it would be im practicable to lengthen the Railway pier as its course is so northerly that it would block the entrance to the now dry dock, if continued for the length required. However it will be widened, The Now pier was next inspected and this was pronounced the most substantial of the local piers. Plans for lengthening it 450 feet were shown and provision was included for four lines of rails, After discussion and observing the kind of traflic to be handled, it was found that, to correspond with the additional length, an additional width to provide for six lines of railway would be required. The Railway pier in 1000 feet in length; the New pier, when length. o...
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
IIORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, TII annual membora' epring show of tllI sooeoty will be hold in the Moohanios Ioatitute on Wednesday next, when Hli Worship the Mayor will open the shoy, at 7 p.m, bow people in this suburt, outsdelo the members' roll, appear to hbe aware of the oxistence of the soolety, which coomprises almost all the flricul turaliast and horticulturallsts reoldout here. The eooloty has been in oxiatenoo for the past threo.years, having boeen resuceitated by the present members. Its doutinies are presided over by Mr IH. Fi. Lind, with Mr eoo, Bowman, of Mol bourne road, an energotic hou. coo,, and there are many prominent citizons cou nootod with it. Monthly meootieg are hold, whore papora are road and discussed and much valuable information imparted and gained. FIoremost among the Iooturera are the Meaora COrnin, of the Melbourne Botanical Gardona ; Mr Pookott, of aweet pea and chrysanthemum fame ; Mr Powell, the carnation export ; Mr Chas, Stono, of the Newport Workshops ...