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TARRING THE ROADWAYS. LIST RECOMMENDED. EXPENDITURE OF £565. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 December 1914

TARRING THE ROADWAYS. LIST IEOOMMItNDEID. EXPIENDITURIE OF 2515. 'l'Tic Town Surveyor, in his rep.rt to the Public Works Conmmnittee on Tues. day ovening, recommended that the following streets be tarred during the ensuing financial year . Nelson place, £85. Ferguson street, to be equally dividd .between North and Centro wards, £210. Melbourne road. £15,0. IIall street, £120. There was some curiosity to know why I)ouglas parade did not appear on the list; but the Surveyor said the reason was that the street required re metalling before it would be fit for tarring. 'rhe list was adopted on the understanding that the works would be charged to the ward expenditure when the estimates were being prepared ?, ? r,..._- ? - .-,, ~--- ;..=

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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WIFE COMPLAINS OF ILL-TREATMENT. ORDER MADE TO MAINTAIN CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 December 1914

WIIFE COMP[LAIN3 OIl ILL.TREAT MIJNT. ORDER MADE TO AfINTAIbl OHILDREN., Mcs ]ano aiuldowney, married woman, reprcsented by Mr. James Hall, ap. leared Ibfore the Mayor and Mr Bun nett, J P,, on Tuesday, to claim main tenance from her husband, John Mul downcy, for John, William, George, Frank and Alice Muldowney, whose ages varied from eighteen months to eight years, In her evidence, she stated she had been married thirteen years. Her husband was employed at the pumping station, IIe hada very violent temper and struck her for the smallest thing. On Wednesday 25th November he told her to clear out and struck her, On the following day she left, She was afraid of himn and felt that he would murder her, When she went back on Saturday last he swore atl her and told her to do as she liked, EIlizabeth Ellis, married woman, living next deor, said Mrs Muldowney had been living next door to her for two years and was an industrious woman and worked very hard, When she saw the violent way defend...

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CONFLICTING EVIDENCE. CHARGE OF ASSAULTING A LICENSED VICTUALLER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 December 1914

CONFLICTING EVIDENCEi. CHARGE OF A8SAULTING A LIOIONSIED VIOTUALLER, JohN Frederick, manages' of the Pier hotel, Nelson place, yesterday, bofore Messrs Bolton and Lonadalo, Ju P., proceeded against Patrick Peorrin on charges of assault on Novemboer 10th and Novoember 1thb, Mr Hall appeared for the plaintiff and Mr E. H, Hick for the dofoendant. Fredorick stated be was seated near his door step, Nolsoni placo, wheun he saw defendant coming along the street under the itfluonce of drink, holdin, a lad's hand. He asked for a drink and -witness told him he could not, got it as he wes under the influeonc oif drink. Portin then struck him and pushed his way into the hotel and tried to drink bour ordered by a man named Benson. On 1.4th November when witnese was returning from the Carl ton Browery he saw defendant in tihe lane and he struck him without any provocation and used insulting words. Defendant swore he did not stri?ke the plaintiff. SNorman Page, who swore he was present at the tim...

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LATE PASSENGER FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 December 1914

LATE1l PASSENGEIR FINED, nrAnalmv Jeukilns tappleared before the Iayoud Mrand M 3unnet t at the Courb of Petty Scbiios onl Tuesday charged with li ttt-,g obsccie ltiguage, Jalei Helcnry Skewes, porter, said Jenkins arrived at half past eleven ,'clock at nitht and rushed through the ,arricr, WVhein'called back and reminded that hie had not shown his ticket he bo. camine detiant and abusive and used the laniguage complailned of, John H1enry Ogier, station master, aid the accused was under the in Tluenllce of litluor, When asked for his lante, he gave the wrong name and dtlrcs;. (Coustalle George Sil.psos gave tvideilce that be arrested Jenkins, who vas lined £2,

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NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 December 1914

NOTES OF TIHE WEEK. -" Soholl's Lion's " to-day and to. night at the Theatre, and othelr novelties. -0, E, Down ycstorday obtained an order for £1/15/- with 5/- coata against John O'Donnoll. -A duty of thirteen shillings a hogs head on boor is in the now Tariff sobhedule., -Counoillor Byrno was counted out at the meeting of the Publio Works com mittee on Tuesday eveninug, -M, J, Ward and Company on Tuesday obtained an order for £0/6/4 with 5/ costs against William Klight. -Much satisfacotion in expressed with the fact that the oxpeditionary force is to be stationed in North Africa until the midwintor snow in Firanuoo is over. -Miss Johnuson, fashionablo costumiero, "Aeshton," Gellibrand street, late of Sydney, announceos that dresses ordered now may be dolivored in time for Xmase. -It is surmised that the £1000 on the Federal estimates for a Willismstown naval drillroom moans that building in the Commonwealth reservo is contom plated, • -The Federal oetimates includo £500 for altora...

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A CONDEMNED BUILDING. MATERIAL NOT TO BE REMOVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 December 1914

A CONDEMNED BUILDINC. MATERbIAL NOT TO BE RIEMOVED, COUNCaILOR Hampshire is determined to see the last of a building in Freyer street that has been condmined by the municipal authorities, But in spite of notices, visits by the town clerk and tihe Mayor, and men employed to demolish it with axes, it still offends his sight, At the Public works conmmittee meeting on Tuesday evening he asked what would be done with the material on the ground. The resolution carried by the Council would not be effective until this stuff was removed. Cr Hiock thought it should Ise sold, as Barker's building, Nelson place, was. The Town Clerk-That building was dangerous to passers by, The Mayor.-The building is down, with the exception of a skillion at the back and a shed. These might he knocked down, But lie noticed a new fence had been erected since these proceedings had commenced, The place now looked like old timber stored in a yard. The Town Clerk,.-The building was condemned unter thq Health Act. If...

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HOLY TRINITY HALL. LECTURE BY MR D. MARTIN I.S.O. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 December 1914

IIOLV TIINITY HIALL. LfCOTURI BY MR D, MARTIN I.B,O, ON Wednesday evening, at Holy Triniity School Hall, Mr D. Martin, IS,.O., delivered an intereating lecture on hi early recollectiona of Williams. town, lie was 13 yeara old wnen he arrivotled hero with hia fatheor, who was a survoyor, and tihe gave a very clear account of the condlition of affaira in thono early dlays, Mr Martin ia a Ipromineount Church of England worker at lirilghton and received a vote of thankh, The chair wan occupied by Mr J. T. ~mnith, who exprcened regret that the vicar, through an urgent call, wan unable to be present. -Lant Naturday evenling, in tho School lalil, ?cil cireot, the Presbyterian Literary and Scientifio Assooiation hold their final mooting for the year,

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METHODIST ANNIVERSARY. DR. FITCHETT ON THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 December 1914

METHODIST AI4IVEFX SAIVY. DR. FIfTOHIT1 ON TIII WAR, THe anniversary of the MIethodist Church, Electra street, was celebrated on Sunday last by special services. Rev. Dr. Fitchett preached to a large congregation in the morning and Rev, D. Gilchrist was listened to by a large number in the evening At three o'clock on Sunday, l)r. Fitchett addraosed a pleasant Sunday afternoon on the present war IIe spoke with a good deal of authority of the causes that led up to the war and said the war was unavoidable, anti whilst there were many questions involved, such an international honor, the defenco of the neutrality of Bel gium, and loyaltylof France, Britain was also fighting for the life of the Empire, as Germany hadl made up her mind that she was going to dominate civilisation, and through France to crush England and got control of tlhe North Sea and to absorb the north of France. That was the object Germany sought after in striving to reach Calais. German ambition sought to annex not on...

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"AT HOME" FOR WAR FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 December 1914

"AT HOME " FOR WAR FUND, --- MRs Percy Phillips gave an " At Iome " on Tuesday, 1st December, at her residence, " Braemar," Fergusod street, in aid of the Red Cross Society, and also as a welcome home to Mrs I. A. M, Elder and the Misses Elder, of Toorak and Essendon, who have just returned from London and Scot. land. Some 115 guests were present and all spent an enjoyable afternoon listening to an admirable concert, Tho hostess was charmingly dressed in pale yellow mouselline-de-soie and Mrs Elder in French frock of lime color and white and small brown hat, Miss Elder in black crepe-de-chine, reliof of white chiffon and lace, smart hat of striped silk and fur, and Miss Nellie Elder, white cloth coat and skirt and small French hat of white and black, The guests included Mrs [Heriot, in a pretty frock of black and guipure lace ; Mrs I. Thompson, Kew, Mrs T. Clark and Mrs Caincross and many other guests from Essendon, Tuorak, Kew and Hawthorn, as well as many well known Williamstown f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 December 1914

WE SPECIALISE IN TAILOR IADE CLOTHI TO YOUR MEASURE, IFashions right upI 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 CARPEt'S, LINOS, CURITAINS, etc., all fully io per cent belcw City prices. CANVAS VERANDAH BLINDS Call and get our quotations, Great variety in STRIPED CANVAS. CT T (Eh6 & G00.i~ll FERuGUOn 8T. W. K EAY & I. Drapors, Meorcers, &c. 288 NELSON PLACE, WILLIAlS1TOWN, Soll it for LESS booanuo they aoll for OASUI. Latest Styles for Summer and Holiday wear. Also an up-to-date stock of i Xmas Gifts, cards and toys. A Free Gift Ticket Given away with every 6d, worth. W. KEBAYS & CO., 233 Nelson Place. Long Values, - hort Prices, CARLTfOJ ALE ? : .[A OAI'.D.] T HI??tNA S L@.0MN 1A L E, U...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 December 1914

A. COLLNGRIDGIB Aictioneer I'Ph"on , RaRNT COLLECTING Centra oi4 uiniess, Auctioneer, Real Estate Agen~ts And CeeaI A igenit' - b 2 2 CoIliaiSreet find at ,ewpor(* S". ? IE NEJIVJ'ORI'T-- Tho lirmingham of Auotrahlia, Whenou Biylugi or Seollng--81E US "WUII'LL DO TIlS I5arT." SAMU EL SPY'S ,.: SHOE STORES. ::~::;:·1' ...... R.,;::: . J, WATER AkN, Proprietor. .. Nelson Place, Williamastown, (Near YaOcht Olub Hotel.) wlo;Ioos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from :: Every Pair Guaranteed at 51/ in the L less than any shop in Melbourne, We stake our reputation with every pair. Think what a saving this means to y6u. Don't go Elsewhere. SCome and Inspect Our Windows., p ?? ajilfoits ad quick r'turns moLrioan a sding to Purchasers. CoalOa~l Newcastle Coal, Best HOUSEHOLD .. Best ENGINE ... . At? Lowest Ourrent Rates Best BLAOKSiBM3IT'S Delivered Williamstown, Newport and district S"Branch Office.... Coal Depot, ANN STREET PIER., NEWCASTLE COAL. ;, Order Boxes at Trevor Jones &a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 December 1914

Mr Lommon, M.L.A., oxpocta to be woll onough to attend the oponing of Parliament He has communicated with the Landa Department with regard to a paragraph which appearod in our laat iafuo, atating that notice had boon pub lished in the Government Gazotto of in tontion to rovoko the reservation of I ud at Spotawood for recreation purposoa. The explanation of the department is that the notioo is only a formality. The object in view is not to abolish the reserve, but to enlargo it, The land originally intended for a Stato aohool will be added to it and its frontage will be extended to tho Avenue, Instead of defining the altorationa made in the original rocervo, which would not have boon easy owing to the oxtouuions mado, the old boundary linos are wiped out and a froeh notico will be gazetted describing the now area reserved, Spotawood will be a gainer by the change and the situa tion of the now resorvo will be no good that, with oven a mirdorato outlay, it will form an admirable cottin...

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Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 December 1914

Houseohld tlints. To keep flowers h .-,,, plac . pi5.03 ,f bicarbonato of solda in tho wacter be fore putting thtmln into the vase. If a white shirt is scorched whet, ironed, the brown marks may be re moved by rubbing them with a little dry borax. To provenit the skin from discolouring S after a fall or blow, takeo a littlh dct starch, moisten it whith cold water, at lay it on the injured part. To tint lace or muslin curtains, dip in weak tea or coffee. The lattec should lbe carefully strained before the lace or muslin is dipped into it, Economy iin Eggs.--A dessertspoon ful of vinegar added to a gil!l of mils will answer the purposo of two eggs for makiung cakes, which will be nmuel To sweeten a milk jug, scald it witf -boiling water, then fill it \\with cold water and add a teaspoonful of salt. and leave it for five minutes before emptying it. When cleaning stainosl knives, take a piece of raw potato, dipi it into brick dust, and scour the knives with it. In this 'way the most obs...

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To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 December 1914

To the Editor of the "Advertiser." Sti.-The matter of giving a send off to the residents of Williamstown who have been accepted for service with the second expeditionary force has been mentioned to me by several townspeolple and I iicsire that you will let me have an expression of your views as to the advisability of immediate steps being taken to make the necessary arrangementa therefor and to provide them with some suitable memento of the occasion, Personally I feel that it is the bounden duty of every citizen to show his admiration and appreciation for those who have volunteered for service. It might he that the people of Australia have not yet realised to the full the responsibilities which are upon them in this great war and it is for those who are unable from various causes to also place their services at tile disposal" Cf the military authorities to show that they are not unmindful of their duty by coming forward to give those who have a hearty send-cff. I trust that the enth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 December 1914

TYLER'S GENUINE CAMBRIDGE - LAVEiNDER WATER. .An Equilito Perlnum, propared from tho - loseat selected flowre grown on tho famous flower tartan at Hitohln, Cam brldgeosbiro, IEng, This will ho found a very superior artiolo to that unaually aold, and delightfully refreahlng ontm the toilet table or in the niok room, Sold only in large hottlo at 1/8 oach, with ratr unt aprlrklc: top, A Pertoot Boothing and Healing Olnt ment and a Wondortul Romody for Sores, SUlcers, Boils, Carbunoles, Bad Lega, Ohilblains, Wounds of ovor desorlption, sand all Diseasoe of the Sklno, Rapidand Safe ia its action, PRICIE, 1/-. Thoroughly Reliablo. TYLER'S 'TOLU ELIXER, SA Thoroeghly telliab'e COUGH MIXTURE. A perfeot aeuro for Coughs, Colds, lufluenra, &e. LAy be given with absolute safety to chlldren, who take It readily a? it is pleasant to the tasto. PIINK PEARL TOOTH POWDER Beautifully Peorfumed and very Oloansing Bighly recommended by loading doentists, PRICIE-1/ AMBEROLINE ]For Rubbing the C...

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To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 December 1914

To thie Edlitor of the "Advertiser." STii,-I ask space in your columns to make a further appeal to the gener· ous public of \Villiamstown, My rec quest is for Xmas fare for our boys doing duty at our forts. Though not actually at thle front, they are neverthe less doing their little part in our defence and should bIe appreciated-to say the lea-t of it they are away from home and we should lilke them to know that we remiember them We ladies of committee of the local war fund are desirous of forwarding this movement and any mnember will gratefully receive gifts of puddlings, cakes, etc, etc, or money to purchase same, when all will be delivered to my address and thence forwarded, Thanking you, I am, yours faithfuliy, JEAN PHILIPS, lion. See, War Fund, ''lraemar," lFerguson Street, .1/12/'14

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THE WAR FUND. TRAVELLING KITCHEN FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 December 1914

THE WAR FUND. -4--- TRAVELLING K[TOIEN FULND. Acknowledged ... ... ~10 4 8 The Mris es Watkine' Staploford SolonoolCnnort ... 6 6 0 Dr Fotho~ratonhaugh .. *. O 10 0 Mrs loltoer ... ... 0 5 0 Mr Peppoer , ... ... O 2 6 Contributionse recelved by Mrs lf, W, Strickland, Verdon atreet,

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"A NIGHT WITH BURNS." LECTURE BY MR. JOHN CAMERON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 December 1914

"A NIilGT WITII BURNS," IEOTiURHi BY MR, JOHN OAMERON, Mr John Carueron's lecture, "A Nicht with Burns," attracted a large audience to the Cecil street Presbyterian school hall on Saturday evening. The lecture was undcr the auspices of the ,iterary Society. As the subject was illustrated by lantern views, the hall lights were down and note taking was not easy. However, it is suiicient to say that Mr Cameron covered all the main i ucidcnts of BJurn's life; dealing with hisi early struggles and tihe failure of hiis efforts as a farmor and Ihis resolve to emnigate to America till the pulhlication of his poems turned the tide of his fortunes. Many extracts were made froim Hluns' poems by Mr Cameron as he went along and 'these showed that he had not made a superficial study of Burns for the purpose wiiting a papecr but was well posted in his uhbject. 'lThe charac ter of Burns was well Ibroughb out in "A man's a marn or a' that," which was excellent'y recited by Mr \V. Watson, who gave se...

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RED CROSS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 December 1914

RIED OROS'3 IUND, irIHa' DanceO ..., 3 0 Xmas boxes for boys doing duty at Qucenscliff may be left with Mrs Percy Phillips " Bracmar" Ferguson street, secretary of the War l;und., Another packing case will bho filled to-day for all work received for the tRed Cross Society, A full report of work from all centres sincetthe 15th August will ap pear in next issue.

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CLOTHING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 5 December 1914

OLOTHIINiG FIND, Collaoted,- Mrc Conroy ... ... £0 12 0 Mrs 13:terflold ,, ... 0 8 0 Mra Londato ... ... 0 10 9 Mra Linklator ... ... 0 14 6 Mius Paiton , 0 15 6 Mrs Kolg (4 wnoks,) 1 2 6 rMm Kindrlay 0.... 14 6 Anonyimoau ... ... 0 10 0 P,W,M Union . .., 5 0 0 Danations in Olothing. Soerta, Chrislo falt, OrIRelo Oamplglo, MaRy MoCregora ; Elor, Mra McGregor; Blankota, Mr and Mrs C, 0, Carter, Nowport; lianklots and Shoeta, a friend.

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