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MOTION TO REMOVE VALUER SUBMITTED BY COUNCILLOR HICK. AT CALL OF THE COUNCIL. DEFEATED BY TWO VOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 December 1914
MOTION TO REMOVE VALUER 0---- SUB1MITrED BY COUNOIILOR 11I0K. AT (ALL OI THIIE COUNCIL. DEIFEIATED BY TWO VOTES, A call of the Council was hold on Tuesouday ovening to considor a motion by Cr Hick to remove Mr W. IL Eldy from the office of valuer and to sulbtitute the valuation for the pro vious year and make a supplemontary valuation whore necessary. Cr Treganowan objected to the roll being called. The ordinary business should go first, The Mayor decided against the ob. jection, Cr Liston asked that the ordinary business bo taken at half past eight, The Mayor nsaid Cr Hick's motion would be dealt with first. Cr Troganowan-Then the ordinary business cannot be taken after eight. Cr HIurst--Ta there any chance of anybody getting hung ? Cr Dennis-Theo Mayor ought to have a shabort hand writer heroe. The Mayor-\Vo might have to do a lot of things yet, Cr Liston raisod another point of orlder under Section 21. The notice should be given at least a week before the meooeting and a copy of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 December 1914
NOTIUES nluta Greetin s to Hoell bevIr Great Xmas hFair Ila now progroUsing. X nue PresoLlta in groat profuseion are provilded to moot the o-requirements of all toaton and all ages. Our Up stair Showroom is crowded with a wondctful calloction of Fancy Gooda and Fancy Olascware. The Toy Arcade and Djll Show will contain special- attractionz for the Young Folk. CYou aeo rcqcated to call and malke a oearly- inspeotioll of our vorionu Showroomc. 2CWI-1 ] N'ilunn Pl I1an?. HUJISTOW~PQ 1 T 11~E ole Lcsscc and Manageri , GEO. SMIT_ Speolal Christmas Attract oion To-n ht.T-nig ht. FIRST APPEARANOE HERE11 OF POSkER and McGOWAN, IN DESCRIPTIVE VOCAL NOVELTIES. Another Important Aerial Novelty LEO and IOkEL IN THEIR OWN ORIGINAL ACROBATIO DISPLAY. A Great alarring Picture and Binging Novolty IT'S A LONGC LONG WAY TO TIPPERARY Illuatrating the great Brillah Soldier's Song, alhowing in tho film a boautilul story of the present war, Introducing tho song, which will bo sung by Mr Goo Dean, A Novel...
LODGE MEETING NORTH YARRA DISTRICT,M.U.I.O.O.U. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 December 1914
LODGE MEETING, ------0-----* NORTH YARRA DISTRICT, M,U,.,O O.U. Til annual committoee of this District was hold at the Masonio Hall, Melbourno road, Nowport, on Saturday, 5th inst., and was presided over by Distrioct Grand Master, lro. I. I, Forboa, who Was as sisted by his D3puty, Bro. B, MConneoll, The Grand Boorotary of the Order, ireo, F. Wobstor, and Dirooector Mollaso Slotewart, were in attendance, and ovincod a eoon intorest in the procooeedings. A full muster of dologalos answered the roll call, while a goodly number of lodge members including Past Distlrict Grand Mastora Snaddon and Robinson, woro welcomed by the Qraud Master to the Committee, The lodge representativesa attenouding were as follows .-Willianstown, N. (, Pertle, G. M. Johnson and P.G. Baker and Gray; IFooteoray, PG. mraoeaux, Hatch and Plokoet, and P,D,.,M, Shaw; Solway, P,D.G,M, Jenkins and P.O, Nowgroon; Newport, N.Q. Roberha and P1G. Owen and Ordaig Wyndhamn, P.O. Taylor and Uansford; Sunshine, P.G. Taylor...
WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 December 1914
WILLIAMSTOWN TilIATIE A big Xmas programme will ho pro soated at the Theatro Boxinurg Day. The variety spocials will inoludo Leo and Lionel, Roman ring oxports and aorobabie spoolalists, also McGowau and Poanor, vocalists and harmonliats. A novelty will be presented by the song fil " Its a Loung VWay to Tippoerary." wich will be norsoned on 8aturday and Monday nights aooempanied by the well-known ninger, (ke. Ddan, Two big programoes of life tures will be also shown, whilch will inacude two ntar subjects on eahli pro gramme. Matinee on tiaturday. Every child attoending will receive a handsome Xmas present. On Monday nighlt, a now programme will he given.
MISS RANDALL'S STUDENTS. CONCERT AT MECHANICS' INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 December 1914
MISS RANDAILS STUDENTS CONCERiT A T AlEOIANIC3' INSTIrUTE ToE ninth Students' Concert Iby pupils of lMiis )Dorothea Randall was held at the Mechanica' Just itute on Thursday week. Comnparedl with previous con certs, it may be said that at no previous concert was a bigger pro. granno presenoted, the items number ing 30 O nor was theo rendering obetter or the enthuliian of the audieonce greater. Miss Randall was presented during the interval with a rose bowl. from her pupils. In malking the pre Contation Councillor Liston referredi to the roal and enthusiasm displayed by Miss Randall and the hold shae adi on the esteeom of her pupils. The line, concert they had listened to wan ovi tldonico that the teaching was at the, highwater mark of excellence. Misr IRandall said sho want most Ihappy to receive this token of regard from her pupils which she valued very highly iitndeed and always would value, A gold mtedal for scale playing was pro eonted to Miss Mona tpurling and ninging clans pri...
TRAVELLING KITCHEN FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 December 1914
T1AVI1LLINQ KITOIEN 1UNIID. Aoknowledged .. .,. 4 15i D lutertainment 1..; 13 9 Sr Stone , ... 1 1 0 Misaea Ifrigg (eoand donation) 0 5 0 Sunday Toll , 0 12 6 Mr. and MbIr Hampahiro . 0 10 6 Mr Rt. Dounia . . 0 5 0 Sabpcena .. 1 0 0 Contributions received by Mird I, W. Strickland, Vordon atroot. The total.L1 now L513/16, 8 The balance required to equip a kitchen Ifrom WII. liamwatown Is about £93 and Mrs Strick land 1I confidont it will bo forthcotuing.
TOWN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17. [Before Mr S Goldsmith, P.M.] BREAD DID NOT WEIGH OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 December 1914
TOWN POLICE COURT, ---o-- rTttmUour, D~~tuetulu 17, [IlIlauor Mr (Jhindlwth, P.M.IJ IREADtto n1 Nor Woilan Ourr, Mits Eliza Cloneuntu wan Ii ald 1Id an ounce for a deliciency of oloven ounca in the weight of a eruantity of broad weighed by the Town Inupector. Alilic NOI UP 'o ý1ANO. In. JohanllnaQ hanahan wtn lined 10/-, with 10/6 coset for a deficioncy in tho quality of milk touted by the Town Inspector, AN 1i PdOYE'U lHornt Y, John Jilonoo, licensee of the New lnort hotel, wauu 20/-, with 10/. cotea, for neglecting to give 0 ilbort Platt a halt holiday. h'.ItmUtl 'i o ATTENr IUgrr, iauniilol Joein Ntitcholl, Cecil Vane -Qiuigley, Itoubn le, Ohandlort, Joeoph A. Ilnuford and i3ttieo Uox were cltllunittdl to the custody of the staff eorlgeant Major to make up shortages in drill.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 December 1914
(mase ireselds~ NOVELTIlES in All Departmlents, Cheaper thani City Priccs, ----New Shipuients Ar riving Daiy - H~Eoidayg Atire.ue See our Display Silk Blouses, Newest and Latest Styles, So per cient. below value. Worth Paying a Visit ;ilone for, Every D)partutont iu in full swing with tho Very Nowest and Brightest. OENTLE11EN,-Call and coo our 1Ingo of IBate, Ties anRd Shirts. Cronio Sorgo Trousers, Blezore, ete. AVOID X iAS RUlSII AND SHOP EARLY. 0, To KEII & .OO i9 O FRcOUn O ST'i. WA KAEA Y8 & ()O. Drapors, Morcers, &c, 233 NELSON PLACE, WILLIA1IST' OWN, 'ul Soil itt fuor LiSS boonoause thoy soil for OASU, Latest Styles for Summer and Holiday wear. Also an up-to-date stock of Xmas Gift, Cavds and ToyC. A Free Gift Ticket Given away wvith every 6d, worth. DOWOP CI)OUO.j>Oai-3Oa W. KEAYS & CO., 233 Nelson Placo. Long Values. -- Short Prices, CARLT H ALE THOMA 0 NSAE [A OAIID.1 UNDERTAKER & EMBALMER. (Diplomalfrom Profoaesor Rivors) Tieo Ol...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 December 1914
A. COLLINGRIDGXE, Auctioneer ' Phone z REINT COLLECTING 68 8. Olur BI15110nc55 Auctioneer, Real _.s-te Agents Anid Gener Ag it j 229 aini 23 iolliis BSreet, and at Ne1i oroIe . SEI R N1WVOR2 iT--- The Birmningham of Auatralf, \Vhon Buying or Solliuing-F3 US 41 WarLL DO ThU nIUU." SA M1UE SPR Y'S SHOJ STORES . R. J/ WAEMAN,% Proprieto Nelson Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht Club Hotel.) rooos' 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. 11mill profu and _quichay 'resum t$ .ib a to Purbaseri. lc oa1 Newcastle Coal, Best HOUSEBHOLD - Best ENGINE .. . At Lowest Current Rates Best BLAO1CS MIT¶'S Delivered Williamstown, Newport and district Branch Office.... Coal Depot, ANN STREET PIER, NEW CASTLE COAL. Order.Boxes at Trevor Jones & Co's. Office, Douglas Parade and P, Murray's Grocery...
The Advertiser. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 December 1914
SATJURDAY, vDECEIMiuiL 2(6, 1014. Thomas Pitt, a pasaonger to England by the Ophir, was charged with drunkou nose on Tuosday morning beforo Messre Hick and Ward, 1io had beeoon arrested by Constableo O'Connor, who found him sleeooping out with a largo sum of moneoy in his possession. oSergeoant Curin said Pitt intended Li spend in Scotland moneoy ho had savod in Australia, IIo weas fnod 1)- and loft in the boat during the day. Mr S. , Hick, solicitor, Mr G. 11, BIrown, Clerk of the Court, and Soergeant Dartin wished the to igistratoo presiding at the Court of Potty 0Seasiouns on Tues lay (Messrs Hick and Ward) the oomplh nontt of the seasono, ir II. Hilck, in reply, said ho hopod the nations of the wvorld would be at peace beforo the ad rout of another Christmas, iist wVOOl etiierO pais?tl iaiiy iruii oui midst to j:,in the great majority S nativ: of Nowport, Mias Mary Auu B.unford, at her residence, Oxford itroot, at the oarls age of ,IS. The fautily hIvo boon roesi donts for over ...
CLOTHING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 December 1914
CLOTHING. IKdttlug Work,-Mdru Aittho, M ioecu Clark, V. Doan, M, MoG rofor, Hu, Parloro L. Ihdrohild, I. Ho3idng, D. I3 huam, I, IEa3ton, L. White. HIandkorohief,.--A IuLoud.
CLOTHING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 December 1914
OLOTHING 11'UND, Woolly ooftribut1onfl Mra Koig (8 wook8) 9I 13 0 Mrs fPindloy 0IS 0 Maia Paxton 0 15 6 1ra Linklator 0 14 6 MwU Conroy 0 10 0 Mra Bu~torflold 0 4 6 Added to the liatof weokly oontrihutora are Mesdamos MoWilliam, Burnett and H, Hanason. Donations-Mr D. Gray, 9j1//-; J.t, 2/ R1ED 011086 I ND. OhIidrcn'i oefort (port ire Lollruu) 93,
WILLIAMSTOWN GRAMMAR SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 December 1914
WIrLtAMdTOWN (GRlAMMAR SOCIIIOOL Oa Monday evening at the Tom perance hall, in spite of the unfavor able weather and the send off to the soldiers, there was t large attendance at the annual speech night of the Grammar School, the management of which has been taken over by Miss Molland. Dr. EBaor presooided and gave some interesting anecdotes of his school days. A programme of piano forto music was played by Misses P. Rodger, M. Berriman, calisthenio ex ercises and recitations by the classes, and Maxter W. Paroker recited " Missing " and Master 13B. Thomsott "The Day." Miss B. Dorgan ren dered songs and the dialogue "The Scarlet Bonnet " was effectively given by Misses B. Dorgan, P. Rodger, M. Borriman, Q. Anthony, G. Sims and 1)D, Ogden. The prize takers were Barnard Gillett, A. Anthony, J. Dale, J. Phillips, RIt, Thomseott, W. Palmer, W. Howard, B. Anthony, Jean Banks, E Blanchard, C 8mart, J, Palmer, Wini fred Anthony, Tholma Howard, T. Rose, Brian Thomrsett, George Rose, Cyril Br...
STAPLEFORD SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 December 1914
STAPLE'ORD 80HOOL. On Saturday evenouing at the Tomper ance hall prizes were very liberally distributed to pupils of the school carried on at Staploford, Pasco street, by Misses Watkin. Mr James Hall presided. The report mentioned that the school was taken over in May last from Misses Jamieson; and algebra, French and botany added to the sub jects taught. A school magazine in manuscript had beeoon atarted, each girl acting in turn asno editor. The prizes, it was pointed out, were not presents, but had been earned. A part song " Music on the Wave," and action songs " Joe the Railway Porter " and " The sad story of threeoo little pige" were renoudored by juniora Miss Dorothy Mckelvey, backed up by a strong chorus, sang " The Dear Little Shamrock," Miss Marjorio War neck sang " Close Your Dreamy Eyes," Miss Jean Taylor sang " Little Dame Trot "; the elder boys sang " Motherland " and " The Boys of the Old Brigade "; Misses Elva Doig and Doris Parks sang "a The Two Dolls," Miss M. Dyson...
RED CROSS WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 December 1914
RED OROBEJ WORIK, The people of Australia, of Victoria, (osays the "Argus") need to set their im aginaetions to work; they must endeavor to realise what the Red Cross work at the front means in order that they might have some idea of its enormous require. mants., The war is being waged n terrelfi scaalo. The stream of worn ;k flowing into hospital is continuous; /: number of sick, even in the oxcelltoi health conditions which prevail, is very great indeed, Of British soldiers alone there are probably seven hundred thousands at the front. Tihe clothing of these men, after about a fortnight's wear in the trencheso, is fit only to be burnt. In the hospitals thoro can be no adequate laundry arranguoements, if, in deed, there are any at all, Evarythiing used must speeoodily go into the flmos, The clothing and bedding used in typhus hospitals, and almost overything used in the severest cases of wounds, where gangrene or tetanus has ocourred, must be destroyed after each ease, No ordinary ...
THE WAR FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 December 1914
TIHE WAR FUND. -----t--- TIIts week work has boonu ont out as usual. The secoud soud-off to our Wil. liatatown boys was oolobrated on Mon day night, the ladies doing the catering and working hard with thoearrangoinonta of deooorating tables and hall. It was a brilliant ancoosa and the rabbit-skin jackets, soarvos, sooks and mitts which they prosonted to the soldiers were re. aoivod with much pleasure.
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. HOME MISSION FUND. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 December 1914
COR1U3SPONU bNCI. We 6o not ioot~culy ti:utiy ourselvcs willh the opnt iom capio Je by our corrspoudoutut. IIOmle -lilSION FUND, - To the jltthrt-e O he "Advertisor." 8m ,-Yil you moot ltindly lot mu addrous a few urgolt words to frionda, bogglug rthem to lot nto have to-morrow, or beforo ttho 48st iuot, ionation towanrdo tho Saloeoosatn liom liolon IFund? Thil is the only apppol our pariah ia making this iOhritmas. 'iThe ftud holps poor, now uand ovororowdod naishhoa, and moots speooial casco. It has boon unod largely for spiritual work at the Broaduoadowt camp, whoro wo now have a roalsidont clergyman, our good frload RIov A. BI Tressj Thankiug you for valuable Upace, .Yotta, ot., RIiANJ( LYNOIL The Vicarago, Doo. 24.,
NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 26 December 1914
NOTES OF TIIE WEEK. T-Big Xmas attractions at the Tbhatro. -Thoro will be no issue of the "Advortisor"' nort Baturday, -Owing to touat of the moutbors boing away on holidays, the lMuiolpal baud will not play on Now Year's Evo, -Owen, Son and Co. wish to notify that their tiubor yard will hbe closed until the 4th January, 1015.-[AuvT,]. A\ - double pago picturo of the march of the Seconud Expeoditlonary force through Melbourno appears in this week's "Punch," -Miss Violoet I, Bradt, daughter of Mr H. C. Brodb, was suoocsaful at the recent University Examinations in grado Q f 'r pitaofurto. -Mr HIuobill, of Nowport, a momber of the first expeditionary force, has died in Egypt from meninguitis. The nows was convoyed to thu family on Wodnoaday by Rev F. Mason. -Transferred liconeso--Nowport hotel, John Blloncowo to Urban Patterson Broomo ; Royal hotel, Nelson place, Edith Mary Reynolds to Luoy Laura Hamtilton Torminus hotel, from Louisa Fysh to Mabol Boddison. -Meossrs OC, T. Koig and Co...