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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
THE WAR. YETEIoRDAY and to-day, through the courtesy of Mosses C. T, Koig & Co., we are able to show the public an exhibit of our work for the contingont and lied CrossBooleoty for the wounded at the Front, Hundreds of all the garments have boon made and despatched, and examples of each are oxhibited, Work is still continuing and sowers are still needed, In order to convoy to the minds of all Interested, and to the general publIo, some idea of our labor we are glad to hold this exhibition, and 4024 of these garments have bhoeeon made. As the needs of the wounded are so much greator than those of the contingent, some time ago it was decided to modify the work for the latter and we aro now confining our work for this to the mak ing of scarves, seeoks, helmets, and the collectiog of rabbit skins to be made into cardigan jackets as our illustration, while the work for the Red Cross con. sists of pyjamas suits, hospital shirts, underpants, flannel cardigans, chohra. belts, pillow...
TOO MUCH PRESERVATIVE. SAUSAGE VENDORS FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
00 MUCH PRESERVATIVE, !JAUIAGE VENDORI lINIED, EhNnY William Uhristopher JenkLns, 'own Inspector, yesterday proceeded lgainst Thoms Norris, butcher, 31 ýIorth road, Nowport, under Section 35 if the Pure Food Act for having an xceeivoe quantity of preservative in sanuage meat. Norris did not appear, but rout an apology and pleaded guilty. T.IIo was fined 10/, with 12/. costs, biJamou Doveranux, butcher, Moel bourne road, was charged with having four times the quantity of preservative allowed, The nspoector visited the shop on October Olth, Defendant did not appear. fie was fined 10/- with 12/0 coat.
NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
NOTES OF THE WEEK, -Empress Pavilion showing a spooeial programme to-night, --A largo number travole!d by motor boat to Flemington this year, -A publio telephone has boon fitted up this wooeek at the South railway station. -A local State ofislial won £286 on CuOnp day, £266 of it being on the Cup winner, -The stakes distributed at the Williamstown raco mooting to-day and on Monday next will amount to £3,650. -The owner of Kingsburgh put £2 on him at 500 to 1. He drew £1000. Al together, he drew £14,000 for £78, aver aging 180 to 1. -Members of the Ladies' Rowing Club are asked to moot at Mrs Breeoz's house, 207 Osborne street, next Monday even. ing, at 8 o'olook, -Alexandra, dam of Kingsburgh, winner of the Cup, was bred by King Edward at his stables, Her dam went to Franeo. -Patriotic billiard match, H. J. Camp. bell versus Shaddook, 500 up, at St Mary's Hall, on Tuesday, Nov. 10th, at 8 p.m. -" The Property Man " is featured to-day by Mr W, J. Dark. It will be shown on Tuesday and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
YOUR 3 SUN BLINDS YOU SHOULD NOT DELAY in giving your attontion to this mattor early. BLIND CANVAS is going tobo Soauoo, IT IS I Wo have on hand a good Assortmont in Whito and Colored Stripoa and advise you to CONSULT US and GET STI MATES for your Windows and Vorandahs. Cane Blindse Wo have a low sizoe in WIDE,) NARROW and GRIEN CANE, but owing to war disturbanooi in Paolflo we havo not ot ocoived advicos of this season's shipmonts arriv. ing, so you ahou! oall aud mako early oolootion, Ia Juvouilo lothing this is going to bo tho soaroost thing in tho trado. Call and soo our nowost in Galatoa Blouses, Tunics, Dandio Suits, Norfolk and Short Suits-all at last bsoaon's prices. C, T.I OE 1117 FOIO SiGUO8 T. ^c*#J-VWn K)RAY S 'GO. Drapers, Mlercers, &c, 233 NELSON PLACE, WILLIAlVISTOWN, Bell itt for LESS booauso they soll for CASH, Latest Styles for Summer and Holiday wear. A Free Gift Ticket Given away with every 6d, worth. W. KEAYS & CO., 233 Nelson Place. Long Values....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
I. ~ :--- ;- .--,------~---.----- -------- -~-C A. COLLNGRIDGE, Atictionleer h 'Phone , RENT COLLECTING Centr o Iess 6233. /0 Buine Auctioneer, Real Eistato Agents And G ieoeat Agents, . 1-. .. n,1 23, Colinhs Street, .and at .Newport, SEE N'1WPOIT' I--- --Tho Birmingham of Australia, Whqn Buyiug or Salling-RICIC Us " ma'LL.no Trn nI?ET." SAl EL SPRY'S SHOE 0 STORES. R:. . WATiERMA? Proprietor, Nelson Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht Olub Hotel.) Iooos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at 5/- 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. to P'urchasers. Newoaatle Coal. Best HOUSEIOLD Beat ENGINE ... - At Lowest Current Rates Best BLAOK~M1IT H'S Delivered Williamstown, Newport and district, Branch Office..., Coal Depot, ANN STREET PIER, NEWCASTLE COAL. Order Boxes at Trevor Jones & Co's, Office, Douglas: Parade and P, Mu...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
Councillor Hiok, at the next mooting of the Oouncil, will give his knowledge of the value of property an airing. He will ondeavor to show that the Oounoil appointed the wrong man as valuer and that his valuation should be cot aildo, What rrgumount he will adduce ln favor of this novel proooeding can only be a matter of conjooture, There is a woll grounded impression that property doalora for the purpoua of gala are the last persons that should be consulted in the matter of valuations as they are the parties most liable to unconsolous bias, The only case in which the taxpayer is allowed to name his own tax is whore the State is a probable buyer and where the owner who marks the value down to a temptingly low figuro Is bound to cell his property to the Stato at his own valuation. The Cheviot estate, one of the largeot in Now Z3aland, was con pulsorily acquired under that law, Bat, horo, the aim has been to appoint an Im. partial offitor and to avoid all auspiolon of partisanship in an...
STOPPED THE TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
STOPPED THE TRAIN. A romarkablo instance of re.d-.apo on the part of railway olicials has oc. curred on theo Ilungarian Stato Rail ways neaar Neutra. Whilo a train was I,assing across theo bridgo over tho Waag River, a passenger saw a boat kel uppermost and a man struggling in the water below, 110 stopped the train by pulling theo ord, jumped into river, and brought the drowning man safely to the bank. Ile then got into the train again, and was enthusiastic ally ,rceoived by his fellow-passaogers, ,tho vied with each other inl offering himn dry clothes. 'J'hi guard, howover, shook his head, and when thoe train reached Neutia the lif?rsaver was ar rested for having pulled Iho cord when no one iii the train was in daimer. The great man is the uian who does . thing for the first time.
WEDDING. JORGENSEN—HUGHES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
WEDDING, JORO!CNHPN-I1 UOJI[CS. A'r Oiirioi OhlIuroi Nowpnrt tho viear, Rtev C. W. flatten celohiertod auothor imirriage ott thie l7thI ieft when hir 0, II. Jorgeiaen of Montague andt Aias boa Irone Ilghoa, of Newport, wore onwed in the htoly bonds of ioatriioooy. The oOeer utony wat of it qliot oharitotor, tihe bride boing uoatly attired in white, wAe given Away by her lather,
THE SWORDS OF SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
TIHE SWORDS OF SPAIN. The swords ,of Spain, and especiatl ly those of To'lid, wnre renowned for their woitknjnship and temper. The Toledo blade, famious in song and story, was so keen, so flexible, and withal so string that its fineniess be caine proverbial. \\When the Moors averran Spain in the lth century they were already master of r ,mny of the arts, and esp:ecially were they adepts in the workingi of metal. Their swords were highly valued for their delicate temper, and their decoration was also prci l. It was fromt these conquerors tat tihe Spaniards learned much of their skill in forging and tempering steel. And, that the conm pleteness of the noblest weapon mIan ever made shoiuld not be maerrd by the lack of any element, natural or artificial, lihe fairy godmother, Na ture, contributed onie more gift, On the banks of the Tagus there is an abundance of fine sand. In the pro cess of forging, the metal is taken white-hot from the furnace, and is tsujected to a cooling process. I...
WILLIAMSTOWN HOSPITAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
WILLIAMSTOWN HOSPITAL BALL. DONATIONt in money for Williamatowa Hospital Ball, 1014 :-A-onnt Lyell Co., £5/5/- ; A, . . P. row, 5 ; T, Robin non and Co., £3/3/-; Victorian Riflo As. nociation, , 11. Ilooner, £2/2/- eaoh; Jamoae Blll, H. V. MclKay, 11, IC, Caldo cott, Forguson, J. Bartram, Walter Warno, A.N.A. Association, RocloTomp. litt and Co., Michaolia Ilallenatoin, Rollo and Co,, Mr Spencr, Patersnnaql dya. W. Mitchell, Digby and uocat, Elecomb and Woodfu), Iluddart, Parker, Dr. Downing, AMr Bloneowo, Mir Doherty, O. T. Kuig and Co., Dr. Mi, H. Ilox, Dr. J, Box, Monsra, Kimpton and Co,, Moarts Mlinaolo Catohouose, A. 8, Iloriot, II. A. Underwood, Capt. EaHton, D, Yorke-iymo, Mra E Holton, £1/1/- oach ; V. . E. Gotch, Ilarridn San Miguel, AMcarron, Bird, Loyal Gordon Lodgeo. Roboert Harpor, Capt. Iloer, Stoa ll. ros, Poraovcranco Lodge, Mrs Orindlay, fit. Mary'c Branihl, Mr Muldoon, Mrs lorgeo, Cant and ilodge, G. ', Chonoy, It, s'orgu?on, II, IFreduRan, Friend, 10/0 cach ; Air ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX SWE ARE READY i For the Spring Trado with a i Lovely lot of SPRING SHOES. All the Latest --- CREATIONS .--- C - OOF - - - FASHION Are Blooming Luxuriantly, with us now, Buyno w, and get first pick. The " Springs " Glaeo Kid Bar Shoes self how patent collar, light and breezy, 7/11, Velvet Bar and Court Shoes, very snappy in design and style selfcovered heools, 4/11, " Aoia," This is the name of a lovely Court shoo, in tan or blackl Glaeo kid, with 8 side buttons; very natty; eithor color, 0/11. " Tosca Button Shoo,." A neat 8 Button shoo, a neat Pat, cap Hyto, right up to date in style and r? quality for 10/0, " ThoPriness oauloo," A dainty Glace Kid shoo in qunklotto or Court, A bonzoe little line for ladies, 11/0, Ox-blood and Wino Color Foot wear is still the correct thinug. We have a very largo and choice selection, and will be pleased to show them to you, Our Men's Department is widely known as carrying the Best of i Australian-muado Footwear, Among oth...
Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
Wise and Otherwise. ULrnss nid , : s are seldom green , ':\tlo you sureo he married her for her money?" "Absolutely. I've seen her !" , Jangs: "Nice dog that, What did it cost youi?" F1angs: "I got him on tick." Jangs: "Ohl, a watch-dog.'" "Here, 4waiter, the'rc's a llyv in my soup." "Servcs the brute right. Ile's been buzzon' routnd here all thie morn ilhc Judge: "]iave you anything t&lt; say in you defnce ?"'' The t'ri:.ner: " 4 4Th` 4; '4 \4140 4h4l 1 stole was in ur,'d against bur.i;lavy." lEdith: "Ml;al;c is sutlcy not goitng to 4,aI ly thal t livinlg sk lu tonI of a l4lt4 . Il':'. n iothing but .skin anl d I tbonels. Tess: "\V\'h) not? hell 'l ake her a rattling hus.4band" ]ing,: "'I wish v4 u \votnld try some .hullo l on this coat ,and ce if you ca4, get the sotso out" ARs. Bilngo: "T .crce isn't a y a1 l,, .' left ; but ,' edic ant:i " hle ase', Iit0lln0, 1 ain't . 4 notlhin' but d4y ibrad tor a 4t4ek," Stout 1, dy41 ( i h\\ 1ho - i ty to r daece her c Il, ) ". aciou...
PATRIOTIC SUNDAY. ADDRESS BY MR S. MAUGER. EARLY HOTEL CLOSING. ABOLITION OF BARMAIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
R PATRIOTIC SUNDAY, T ADDRESS BY Mt S. MAUGER, tr EARLY HOTEL CLOSING, ABOLITION OI7 BARMAIDS, REV. F, Mason, who presided at a t patriotic service hold at the Methodist Church on Sunday afternoon, apolo. gisod for inadvertently clashing with SC Hospital Sunday baud performanco. O It was unfortunate and it had deprived b Mr Maugor of the large audience he 1' would have otherwise attracted. ai " Our duty to the Empiro " was the s subject of Mr Mauger's address. a After referring to his trip abroad and to a letter he had received from Dr. W Strong, Mr Mauger said he had been " heckled and miropresenuted because g9 he voted against a White Australia. d What he had done was to prefer an ? education test to a color test, and he i was glad he had done so, for one of tC the countries that would have been u barred by the color test (Japan) was n supplying convoys to seeo our troop. (C ships half their way home. Suppose o Japan asked for a slice of thoe Northern I' Territory as a reward for ...
DUBBO DOCTOR. DESERTS WIFE. TRIP ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
DUBBO DOCTOR, ----0---- DESlIRTS WI?~.E, TRIP ABROAD. CONSTINOE Victoria Barham Yuille (formerly Groen) petitioned Mr Justice Gordon, in the Divorce Court last week, to dissolve her marriage with William Douglas Yuillo, medical practitioner, on the ground of decor. tion, by reason of non-compliance with a decree for restition of conjugal rights. Petitioner, who was reprosented by Mr V. Rowland (instructed by Moessrs Heodorson and Ilickson), said that both hereaolf and husband wore Victorian natives, She was married to respondent at BLighton (Victoria), on September 22nd, 1001. In 1900 they came to Now South Wales to reside, The respondent practised his profession at Dubbo, and since the decree for restitution of conjugal rights had boon made he had, she underatood, sold his practice, She had not soon him since, He left some time ago for England, taking their girl, who was nine years old. Respondent, whilst at Dubbo, had told her he had no in tention of returning to Victoria to re si...
Herbertshore, Friday Night, Oct. 16, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
Herbertshore, Friday Night, Oct, 16, 1914, My dear Mother and Father and all at Koringa and Carrick, The mail has been delayed a few days and does not leave till to-morrow (Saturday). There is very little of in tcrest to tell. I am still well and in good condition. I played for the Vic torians against the South Australians yesterday, but we were beaten by 6.11 to 3 1,. I think we would beat them if we had a full team, Our company is at present out in the trenches and they had to sling in a few outsiders. We had two military chaps playing for us, One was a big fellow and is used to playing Rugby. They put him in the ruck and the first thing he did when the ball was bounced was to put his arms round an opponent and sling him on the ground, It was pretty strenuous and I was absolutely wet through with sweat at the finish, I feel much better for it, but am a bit stiff in the legs, A mail orrived in Rabaul today and they are sending it to us to-night, It ought to be here in a few hours n...
MR. R. FOWLER. WRITES FROM NEW GUINEA. INTERESTING NARRATIVE OF EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
MR, IR, FOWLER. WRITEI IfROM NINW GUINEIA, e INTIERCEISTINQ NARRATIVE OF1 EVENT8. 0 Mn. Alfred Fowler has received during a the week an interesting letter from his a son, Mr R, lowler, serving with the troops in New Guinea. As there was a some delay in the postal arrangements, two letters arrived simultaneously, Mr I Fowler says :- - H-erhertehohe, a Wednesday, Oct. 14th, 1914, My dear Mother and Father, As a mail leaves here to-morrow afternooon, I am just writing to you a note letting you know that I am well, There is very little of interest hap pening here and it is now getting fairly warm. We have been prepared for an attack by any German force that might have come along during the absence of the fleet which left last Saturday week, They have not yet come back and we don't know their whereabouts, but pre some that they are looking for the Germans. Another German boat (the Oomet) was brought in yesterday, She is a fair lump of a ship and was cap, tured by a German ship that they ...
ORCHARDIST'S MISFORTUNE. LOCAL RESIDENT BURNED OUT. HOMESTEAD DEMOLISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
ORCIIlAIDIST'S MISFORTUNE, LOCAL RE31SIDENT BURNED OUT, IIOMESTEIAD DErMOLIhIED, SW t-*; R ", ", ~ +AIautuu , UL Inomobuah, Mooroolbark, near Croy don, wife of Win, IIayoe, Power treoot, who is employed the Newport Worksahops, was in Melbourno her eight-roomed weatherboard hone and its contentu wore totally destroyed by fire. A foreat lire was raging near the premises, but ano it was some distance away and the orchard wae ploughed, Mius, Hlayeo ie tunablo to account for the outbreak in her homeo, The house wan the property of Mr P, Doyle, of Tasmania, and it is not known whether it waa ineurod, Mra Hayea' furniture was not ineured. She had only boon in occupation of the orchard ainco July.
CUP DAY PICNICS. FAVORED BY FINE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
CUP i5AY PAIO 0ICS FAVORED BY FINE WEATHER. HoL?r Trinity Sunday school picnic was hold at Bacchus Marsh on Cup day. The railway journoy by special proved very pleasant, About 50 eat down to dinner and 50 to ton, both meals having boon prepared by a Bacchus Marah caterer, who gave great satisfaction, The location selected was the alsow ground which afforded ample space for aports and games. Thoee who preferred to admire the natural beauties of the place had much to appeal to thom andt othera of a more opeculative turn of mind ex amined a bridge 100 foot high and calculated the coat for bridging the Yarra. North EsoIndou was the Electra street Meothodiata' objective. They brought Mr Eleum with them no caterer and his transport equipment was porfect in every detail and young and old feasted numptuously all day. The proviriono weor good, the races wore lateresting and the attendance of children of Kindergarten ago was a re cord and each was presented with a toy, whilst parenut and teac...
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. A HOSPITAL CASE To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
CORRESPONDENCE, We do not noocsarily Idontify ourselves with the opinions napreacd by our oorrcapondonta A HOSPITAL CASE To the Editor of the "Advertiser,'" S1,--I am in receipt of a copy of your paper of 17th October, in which a report of a meeting of the Williams town Hospital Committee appears Inter alia it is stated on the authority of the chairman that I made no complaint against the Matron. In order that your readors may judge will you kindly publish the attached correspondence. The statement in your report that I aoked for informa tion while my boy was in the hands of the surgeons is totally incorrect. The surgeoni had left the hospital before I arrived. I hopo that I may be afforded an opportunity of proving my charges up to the hilt,-Yours, FRANK FORBES Surrey Hills, 5th November, 1911, 1,tth September, 1914, The Chairman Williamstown Hospital Committee, Dear Sir,-I wish to tender my most sincere thanks to the staff of your hospital, surgical and nursing, for their skill, c...
SUNDAY SWIMMING RACES. REMARKS BY REV. E. ISAAC. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 November 1914
SUNDAY SWIMMING RACIES. REfdARIKi3 BY RIiV, E, ISAAO. ONC Sunday evening last Rev, Edward Isaac referred to the notice of the swimming matchoes which was an nounced in our columns to commence last Sunday morning, Mr Isaac said he could see na logical difference in having horse racing on the Sunday as well, Why should not the racing club have ftunday racing ? It was particularly objectionable because it was stated that there would be junior au well as senior races, and that at a time when it might reasonably be ex pected that younger and older people would be at their eoveral churches, Mr lsaac mentioned that the follow ing resolution was proposeod, seconded and unanimously carried at the Wil liamntown Mon's Own that after noon :-" That this Mon's Ovwn regrets to read the announcement in the local press of the starting of the winuning racos on 3unmday morn. ings during the hour of Divine wor ship. It would earnestly appeal to the committee of the swimnuing club to reconsider the ques...