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LODGE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 November 1914
LODGE lMUtETING. nitll qtuartoely mecting of the Ildo poidount Ordur of Itechabitoa wau hold on Monday votning, a largo number of mtotlbora btling prouaot. Bro A. Riley, P.C.I., was presented witi an illumin. Iited nddrtw8a na a toien of ostcom for 1ioFi :n rendrlorel t rho t lodge durint his term of ofic. The rotiring C.R.,, Bro D. Robiutoun, was specially thanked for the ablo manner in which Iho had car ied out the duties of hia office. The elec ion of oilice-bearors for the ensu ing six Ionthelt roeeted as follows : U R , Bro Tippott; 1) II., IBro J. lioploy; ucretary, BIro. Jonkius; Trneasurer, A. Atoii ; Manojy stoward, liro T, l. Baker; Writing stoward, Bro WV. 11. Thoumna; Lovito, 3ro dVW A. A oarle; Suardiau, Bro. A. W. Brooks. '-Theu Prceabytoriau Litorary Sooioty mieootiug to bu hold In the Prcauhytorian Sohool lHall, Ceooil streeoot, this evening at 8 p.m., should appeal to all, eupoolally Scotohiuon and lovcrd of Barns, Mr. John Uamoron who will givo a loctoro on the lif...
ALTONA COLLIERY. ENGINE DRIVER CHARGES MINER WITH ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 November 1914
ALTONA COLLIRYS ELNUINIC DRIVIER OfARGEL MINME t WI fil ASSAUlT, Yles'r EtIn.u morning at the Court of P'otty Sensions the presiding magis. trates hoard a chargo of assault pro frored against Itbert Conyboaro, a young Wolsh minor, by Alfrod O'llara, engine driver on-the mino. The plaintiff's story was that on Tausday night, 17th inst., ho was on the road to work and when within half a mile of the mine he dismuounted from his bicycle to cross a fenouco, As he did so, ho encountered defendant, who appeared to have been waiting for him, and struck him on the face, the blow knocking him down. The two men and another man had bode at the engine houeo and there had been some unpleasantness because defendant would not leave out the key. In answer to Mr I. H.-I Hick, who apipeared for the defendant, witness admitted calling defenoudanut a Welsh goat and indulging in horse play; but it was only in fun. Defendant swore he noted in self defenouco and that O'lHara said " Weo will settle those gr...
THE MUNICIPAL BAND. ELECTION OF OFFICE-BEARERS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 November 1914
T'lil MUNICIPAL BAND, ICLLtOION OF OFFIOE-BEARERS, 'THE adj urned anutal meeting of the Municipal Band was hold in the Rotnundi on Thursday evening, Mr. Robt. Paton p;osidig. A sat of trulos governing the management of the band wae adopted and proparations mado cfor playing on the booch tiduring the aulmenor evenings and Sunday afternoons. As the absoence of a uniform detracts fronm the appearanoce of the band, a upociel cThort is to be made to place the hand in a uniform worthby of thetewn. It was decided to assist the oponeair ontortaninoent in the gardons on D o:ucbh'r 12th hoing arranged by Mrs Striolantld for the travolling kitchen fund The eloution of otllieo-boarera took on a healthy spirit and keen competition for poaitions was the result. The mtom boership roll shows over twenty namos and now membors are being admittod overy week. The Mayor (Councillor A. S, idoriot) was olceted president, The following gentlemen, by virtue of their knon interest in the band werc olootod vi...
SACRED CONCERT. AT HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 November 1914
* t5i4u(I1u tun LIwt(l, AT HOLY TRINITY OIIUROIH, Hor, Trinity Church Choir, under the leadership of Miss Ada Browne, is making a name for itself. The sacred Sconcert held it the church on Wednes day evening under her direction drew Sa large crowd which had no reason to be disappointed either with the quality of the music presented or with the way it was rendered, A very large b share, perhaps the largest share of the evening's success was secured by the choir which contributed from the works of Haydn, Handol and Mondelssohn numbers that never lose their charm and freshness, Conspicu ous am6ngat these may be mentioned " The Heavens are Telling," which was sfi oothly and ovenly rendered, 'Miss J. Hobbs and oessra E. Iorking and A. Sales contributing the trio, " The Hallelujah.Choru,'" which was repeated by special request, owing to its success at a former concert, and the anthem " Hail Gladdening Light," by Martin, a composition by no means free from diflicnlties. Boeidas these, .the...
METHODIST ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 November 1914
MsTIIODISi ANNIVilZlSAI Y. Si.cty, attracti6ns are proeilnted it, connoctiori with the ]lcctre stre-t Mtetllodiat Church to-11orro1li at the annivorsary. Rev. WV. I. FIitchtt, B.A., LJL.D., will be the proacheor in thi morning, and will delivori I' P,..A. addr as in the afternoon. 'Au thel author of " Doode that won the Di.n dire,' Dr. Fitchott is vet i known, Ihev. D.; ilchil·t, of L.t Audrow'a Uhurch, Carlton, will be the eovoeing preaiboriiaud Thoro gill be a grand concert on Wedneuday evouning.
HORSE AND DRAY HIRE. ONE TENDER ACCEPTED. CONDITIONS OF OTHER TO BE RECONSIDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 November 1914
6HOUSEA D DRAY HIRE. ONE TIEN)DER ACCEPTED. CONDITIONS OF OTHER TO BE REICONSIDERED. \Vlhen the time came for dealing ii withl tlnders for horse and dray s hire, on iluesday evening, Cr, llick novetd that tlhir considera- I lion be ldeferred in order that they i might be based on actual work a dole, instead of thie lime occupied. : The .abor mnunicipality of Port i Melbourne paid by the load, rather r thani by the da\. L'nder the sys- I tm here iia mian received the same pay whether lie did limuch or little, c 'Cr. itRodger secoinded the imotion. Cr. Liston opposed the resohu tion. lit beliteved in the day tlabor system. It would be tlih most satlisactli unllder ellicient super sion. Complaints had been made carlier in thle ev'ening about the daniage done -to roads by sewerage ontll'aictors, andil the unsatisfactory condition lof ite thoroughfares after they . had done with thein. -IHe knIll it wa;s aln aIrguable matter whiethc'r a rali l per load olr per d;ay \\as the better; buit ...
THE WAR FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 November 1914
THE WAR FUIN I). EvaUY coentre this wook has forwarded numbors of finished garmeonts for the Contingenout and Rod Orows and another caso is nearly full. Dinations have bcon generous, Oaptain and Mrs. S,rickltld sondlng si pairs of blanliets; Miss East n sit pairs of fi nnl pyjamas; ty eta from Mosdames JonOes, Major and Linklator; housaewives from South Prcuw bytorian ; Old Linen, Mrs, Bnalloy; two pair soo0ks, Mrs W, W\Vood; ono pair blankeotu, Mrs James Gray, one pair blankots, Miss Taylor; quilts, uheots and rld linen from Mrs Lilllngton; nooksn, mittons end scarvoes, Mrs Willian; scarf, Mrs Connor. \Vork is still in full swing, and all wilting to help are invited to got gsarmeunts at the Council Chambers on Wedunsdayu, and wool may be obtained froum Mrs Mustlher. The lualt meeooting for the year of the patriotic monremount will be hold at the Counull Chamborers on Thmrsday next at i o'olook, All are iuvited to attend, The Mayor will prosido The ladies of the Williamastown war fu...
RUNAWAY ICE CREAM CART. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 November 1914
RUNAWAY ICE CREAM CART. ()n Monday .Mr Ramsay' ice ci'v;in cirt made a hurriecd dlpai. irI fi"ro"i thie E'splanadu, - Th'I lir-,I tioolk frigliatat something and haltcd inii) (Gardcii-'-trccl. As lie rct'ih:(Id ()shaiunc-lstrcct lhe had dI \lij))'ld a; fair tIurn o1f speedC, uand \\';iA t(Crilln a c :outse direct to a Irt' :nn;i'rd, \\heln Mr. Cyril Ilurke, .sviii.g liht disaster was only it miiiitTl oif a sicclnd or two, s)pra'ng nimli l inl o tlh ifying. carl, dashed on lIt lith slhaftIls 'd sciztd- the i;u s, g. illi the I oiii ; a. .pill! that allcrcd ilt &lt;i)couirs ail , promplly bri igliht it to ai s'taidstill \'itllh ut 'any danmage being done.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 November 1914
WE SPECIALISE IN TAILOR MADE CLOTHING TO YOUR MEASURE. Fashions right up to the minute. JUVENILE CLOTHING in all styles. BOYS' SCOUT SUITS in all materials made to measure. Workmen's Overalls, Jumpers, Jackets, Trousers, . Combination Boiler Suits SHIRTS Our Own Make Flannels. We are making special efforts to secure your Furnishing Trade and are now showing our last shipments in CARPEfS, LINOS, CURTAINS, etc., all fully io per cent belcw City prices. CANVAS VERANDAH BLINDS Call and get our quotations. Great variety in STRIPED CANVAS. ca T2 KEIW & G '9 'IH F G1J8Or 8Tr W. 2AYS& CO I. Drapers, Mercers, &c, 283 NELSON PLACE, WILLIAMIVSTOWN, B oll ii for LKES booauso they aoll for OASH, Latest Styles for S Summer and Holiday wear. SA Free Gift Ticket Given away with every 6d. worth. W W. KEAYS & CO., 233 Nelson Place. Long Values. -.. Short Prices. ---------·--^-- ... .. ~"~; -- ' . C A- LT NALE [A O&RD.] T HOAiA& L®NlTB ALE, UNDERTAKER &a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 November 1914
A. COLL NGIDGEy Au loineer 'Ph n1 r RUNT COLLECTING Central Auotionoeev, Real Eotat e Aonts And Gonorai Age ntoa 229 anuJ 23 Collins $street, ad at nl eart. 8&9'a I k ; tat1 - Tho U[ lla hau' of Awtriu -a, VwhB B 11oyj;u o SalUpg--SnE US "Lu'LL DoTnL RZu5," SA MUEL SPR Y'S SHOE0 STORES. R. J. WATERA, Proprietor, Nelson Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht Club Hotel.) wooos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from LEvery Pair Guaranteed at 51/- 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 Purchasers. New wcastle Coal. £eat HOUSEBHOLD ptos ENGINE]. ... .4At Lowest Ourreat Rates -Dost BLACK I i H'8 Delivered Williamstown, Newport and district Branch Office.... Coal Depot, ANN STREET I'LER, NEWCASTLE COAL_ Qrdr Boxes at Trevor Jones & Co's. Office, Douglas Parade and P. Murray's Grocery Store, Nelson Place, Orders may also be left at any of. M...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 November 1914
A request for an asphalt footpath noar the pier mastor's residence, Morris stroot, was pauoed on to the Dofonoo Depatmeont by the Town Council and it received on Tuesday ovening a roply declining to undortako any responsibility, una ouny ousa anszu ti pay nalt tile coat, as ratopayora wore bound to do, and thia land was exempt from rating. Yet the i reply was couched in terms which gave the improucson that the Counoil was applying for assistance. IIo auggoteod that the solicitora for the Municipal As soclation be asked whether the Council had not the same authority in the dIas of a publio department, which paid no rates, as it would in the case of an ordinary citizen, One aido of Railway terrace belonged to the Dofonco Department and the other aido ta the Railway De partment and neolther contributed to rovenuo. Councillor Donais moved that the Mayor and Councillor Listen inter v!ow the heads of the dopartments con corned and explain the position of them, Ho doubted if the matter had...
WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 November 1914
WILLIAMSTOVWN THEATRE A large progiammto of entertaining novelli'n are billed to appear at the Theatro thin afternoon and night. Man and IFranks, a clover pair of English musical comedy arliata, will appear; also Mac and Marco, an Amorican duo of comedians and acrobats, This after noon and night is the last chance of seo. lug Mary Pickford in the great filim, The Eagle's Mate, a subject that should not be ministed by all lovers of theao pro duotionn. In addition soveral other equally intereating films will shown, 1i. eluding The Knight of tho Road, Good Example, eMo. On Monday night a great piture Caprier, with Mary Pickford, will be screened instead of Teas of the Storm Otuntry, previoeusly advertised, owing to delayed American mails. On Thurs. day next the famous novel, Mr Barnes of Now York, will heo alow in picture form wi ht Maurico Costello un l.irices, -Ilusitessj at theo Empreos Pavilion has boon steadily growing biggor ainco Mr, W, J, Dark roasumod the mnianagowont,
IMPERIAL CRICKET CLUB DISQUALIFIED. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 November 1914
IMI'lEli. (' llil'KlET CLUB DIS (iUALIFIED, To Ito' Editor ol tile ".A vertiser," tier, It rtfer 1eiIe to the charges lmmeh'Iii 1) 'r. ( rcmanne, and the sub. rbcllurnt di;;1i ualilieation of the abovO ('1i11)t i tiltthe Wiitll 0 .iil an1d F'oot 1c(ra1y I) istrictl Junior ('ticket Associa tion, I would like Alr. ( remaare to makec 15it a I ( I I II trll b lily it ito all veryC tell for l'(, 'em Iare to alitake t1hem Iefore lot ot 1 of h, who are in every wal' ;(1 mu1ch aai nslit our club as he l. .t , it(ie mi e t ig at chicl thl ie c~alt ((r1 madel, I w its Iiot allowed to ca ll any utteo 11 1 ic, ( tile Mr. i ii e ure laud hi) III (nI .\ itj I ( Iin th room Ill ; umport. hi; charged, Mr, ('roman, lmad( ('ý'rtain diarggea, which the chainn1lon of the As:;ociation1, All. It. 13111, Julmilld \\ere wvithout fomulation (((d ;houbl ]lot. have been lInad. Allr. ( re!Intre did not£ do thintgs as za portxmaun woh aednel 11V. 11: in :,I, ;l of iakding ilenll direct front hidi owil club1 h10...
TOWN COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 November 1914
TOWN COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBnER ;.ith. Present: Crs. Heriot (Mayor), Hampshire, Rodger, M'Neilage, Liston, Dennis, [Hick, Neal, Hurst, i3yrtn, Gravell and Trega nowan. Letters Receivetd. The shire of Warragiul forwarded a protest agaiinst Ille( redeuction of seven seals in ilte counlry clecto raltes.--No ;aclion Iaklcn. Mihs (;. O'Neill forward(td scalc I of fees for lnur-s. ,-- -\n account inl accordance ltherewilth \\'Ia pa,,hid for lulThe B11r lih limprli ()Oi Co. r\ qliu'sted Ithat mii nil illt f l) ond iindlr ;igre:Iennt lie reduced f'romi ,/5oo to0 £250. Theu Mayor 'aiid thlie mal;agr had antliorily Ito sign for /G'-5o. Cr. 'I'regalnowan i ai d the com pa'uy was "a sub'slali;al c iiln , Iand lie moved that it b)e granted. Cr. Liston llov\d l thali lle mlatter be referred to lthe lFinance C(om mlilt.cc, \,ith p(owev r to act;:. The request xwa,- coimplid witllh, tlhe comllpany to pay lthi costs. The' T'Iemporary H omle f(or Dogs notilied ar'rangcmIicnilll s it had mlade. -Refc...
CONTRACT FOR WAGGONS. CONTRACT FOR WAGGONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 November 1914
.CONTRACT: F:0 WAGGONS. ('ONTRACT FOR \VA(;(G;ONS. Mls-rs. (Gray Bros., Ani-.strc't, have stccured from Mr. \\. 0. Archibiald, Minister foir 110mi; Af fairs, a. contract fnr 65 \iaggons, to lb coiistruclctil ;it ; cost of ' .l0. i8, for Ihe ComIInonwc;alt h railway to conrnct Port Autgutslta (S.A.) witih Ialgourliv (W\V.A.), Thirteen tcndirs hadt been reccived, ITheT local irmi hiad comnpleted lmotst of tile work it had in hand, ;and this contract will enable it to kIcp a fair 1nutmber of lanods oil lor ollmlt imonlis to cowic, Onl WVedincdhay o':u!k thLl N:wporl. Drnclh A.V.A. hel(I thteir ' iqarter night in tho Maonll II 1all. Mr,. 1'atul;lier and Mir., McPh(rsiont, tnielt bi)(s of thie !)otird, w\''1i' I'Cpr ent, atnd MrI'.. Flaulkiter tiHIttIllIql the lie\y ofltien i ais follown:--ires?ident, Mi ss Hough totl; vice-lp)r(tedent, AMrl?. IIllmani; trenL'cr, Mr: . Legupilon; secretary, Miis .Willhiams; i usltaunllt ,secretlary, MlIIs; Mancinl; l ir't-s. correst'ci onde(1 t, Mrs,. ll...
WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT. To The Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 November 1914
WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT, To the Editor of the "Advertiser." Sir,-Replying to T, Jones' letter, I desire to say lie would havo acted wvisely to have kdpt out of print; but, having gone into it, he--must put up \itl the sequel,' Will you therefore, in reply, let ino state that it is well known T. J, has no love for council lort, and has objected to associate with them in their corporate capacity, On lhe other hand, he Is rapturously in love with the ialapidated council clamlbers during business hours, liicee on visiting the chambers re cently I found T. J. making heated r.larli 'k to a? council olliceal re coun ciln' action in lnot giving him soHonic of thlie plninni from the Workers' Coin prllatioll Act, a?lld deilnouncilng coun ......... ..·-.. r.·, nIII*,g-msclo .)oneO 11bJu. b ? hliIng leftl'l o1 in the cold to suffer, T''lh (,liii:i;l ref'rrtd to was evidently glid oiN lio y ilarival, and, in order to lifr( lhilliili 'roil it contlinuance of Jlne., diatlrib , i aid, "ll ere is ...
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. SUNDAY SWIMMING MATCHES. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 28 November 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. Wo do not ncoranrily idlntify lurselve; illih a opinions epi c.irs d bi or corr?spondlcnts. ;i;NI)A\ SV ilifI.ING MATCHES. To Uth( Editor oif Uhe "hAdvertlifier," ;-ir, - t ii with \cr.ý great regret I airn fi ilon Ihe Colullin of your paIIpI] r ol ji:n tll.i'i)pl. by Ionm' of our c(itize1n: . .t ,(llnri::il : the Lord's lay by Iir'iiio l tingii ::\\illillill IhiI) ial lhes, I 1111 I'1lly I\\ ller of I(: great benefit to mly lioy, thlrolgh their being "at 1holl "'' i ll th \\at11l:, Iullt : ix dayi ifford ilipi oppo)rtlll i ily lotr lelrI ing the art ii?l d(,moiltii-.raliing their proficiency in it. I[i\t \ I lot ,i 1 ulicieC it proof in daily lii. (I! til 1 1 valu of lubilHnlton to ;iiliorilyv? ()IO1 bravest generals and allllilail Ik lillO the value of recognis ing tIIh authillority of God in their lives, 11i (Goll jlihIt commanllllii d u, to observe o11(' tl.y distilnct l an separate fron all oller tiliy:- for Hlis service and wor :,lii, ;111l I' w a lotler I prot...