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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914

FBPEIRY SERVIB. WILLIAMSTOW TO PO T M ELBOURNE. WINTER TIME TABLE. -Weathor and other circumstauces permitting,- On and after.April 14th, the Service will be run as follows : Pirom.Gem Pier Williamstown Week days.--.M.-6,35 8.35, 0.35, 10,35, 11.85, 12.35, P,0M,-1,35, 2.85, 3,35, - 25, 5,10, 5,50. Saturdays as usual till 10,35, then 11.25, 12.10, 12.50, 1.35, Thence hourly till 5,85. Sundays.--Hourly from 1 35 p.m, till 5,35, p,m,. From Port Molbourne Week days.-A.Mt -7.0, 9,0, 10.0 11,0, 12,0. r.ur.-1.0, 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.-I-Hourly from 2 p,m, to 6 p,m. : FARES-Williamstuwn to Port Melbourne, 3d, single; 6d. return Children Halfprice, Weekly Tickets, 1/0; Monthly Tickets, 6/. MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, Ltd,, Collins IIouse, Melbourne. The North Williamstown Corner Stores, Timber and Firewood Yards. OWMES, kI8 & 00. Corner Ferguson treoot and Rilway place a Also Railway Siding, FOR BUIL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914

Still the Comc. I he Vitagraph Star Drama in Ti. eei-:. LOVE'S SUNSET A Picture that is full of Pathos. The Grandchild, A l)1ama by the Famous lidio, Co,. in tle Drcager's Claws. By the Popular Lubin Co, Full of thrillj tomu beginning to end. Cowboy and thle iahy. A Cuomedy by the AK, Co. Uiiclos' Witne, A Scicanming Uomnedy, full of funny situations, 'i'O-dOIRROW NIGI'T. (SUNDIAV),. - Fatal Numiibeil, A magnificuit spectacular and poweCfdl drama, pirduced in thcie pails, by tihe Aquila Cu. Splendidly stagedl, of bUilliant quality, and full of action. SPECIAL ANNOUNOEMENT, 8 1-10ur s, t=) ay. 'There will be a specially-selected piro;rau?le shown at the Pavilion on ,tMonday evenui, "iii cludini g all the latest pictuiL:; of intelrctl, and "behied by Thle Draima of Ileyville. A Two-pact Edison Farce Comedy. A:clenamn from start to linish. Eightteen stars, from Edison's regular stock, besides villagers, mmi bers of the iand, sulper, ushers, etc., are ca led upon to interpret Ashley Mil...

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YACHTING. WILLIAMSTOWN PUNT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914

YACiHiT'INLG. ---+l-- WILLIA??IBTOWN PUNT OLtJa, Tho concluding gaco for tho coaonu ,vans lt14 on saturday lant, when a noviceo roo wus hold over the club'o unual courao, for a trophy proaontod by 11r T, 1. Parkor. The conditiona of the raco woro that all punts must ho sailed by puntsmon who had not sailed a win uing punt during tho easoon. The frut round was nailed during a flat calm, the punts taking nearly an hour to eomploto the round; but lator on the wind frosh. omod up, Rosult-llyaolnth(ll. Walter), Grain o0aoo, I; Rival (II. Matthowa), 8 miu 10soo ; Wild Wave (A, IJoavor), ,laiu i0aoo. Tho final muotIng of tho soason will be hold at the club room on Tueosday noxt, when all mombors are kindly asked to attend,

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LACROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914

LA ICROSSE. AT the Gardona Reseorvo to-day and on Monday practino games including mom born of all throoe toeas, will be played. As proemiorhip matchoe commenceo next Saturday, players would do well to put In a few nights at training, For the in formation of the souior playerts .in particular, the training rooms are now opon on Tuesdays and Thursdays. A match with Ifootsoray will be play ed at (ho Qardons Reserve to day, play commoncing at 3 o'clook sharp. Toam Thompsou (goal), Balmor (point), Mollott (cover pt.), lBakor (3rd man), Robort? and Nathan (defenco), Orr (contro), Triet and Jool (attacks), Davis (3rd homo), IIowitt (2nd home), Drew (lat homeo), Eirgoun. oios-Barnos, Webster, Williats,

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TONKIN—WALLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914

TONIKIN-WALLAOE, The wedding of Mr Robert Rundlo Tonkin, only son of Mr U. Tonkin, of Hannan stroet, to Miis IFrances ItMagaret Johnston, youngest daughter of hMr and Mrs John Wallaeo, of 4 Aitutake," Rail way Ortecout, was celebrated on the 8th April at the Methodist Church, Ileotva street, at 0.30 pnm, by the Rov, F. Mason. The church was boautifully dooorated by girl friends of of tho bride. The bride, who entered the church on her fathor's arm, wore a bridal gown of ivory satin, with a lovely laceo overdreous; the long train was unishod with silver trimmings and true lovers' knot of orango i lossom and white heoather ; aho wore orange blossoms and bridal veil and carried an ivory prayer book. The bridesmaids were the Mitses i8tlla and Violet Wallace (nisters of the bride) and Miss Afyrtlo Tonlin (sister of the brido grtoum) who wore champagno creope-do ohino gowns and pretty hair ornaments., They carried shower bouquets of vioux roso fiowera and streameor and woro cameo rings, t...

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SPOTSWOOD FATALITY. MAN KILLED ON RAILWAY LINE. HEAD SEVERED FROM BODY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914

SP[OTSWOO1 FI;TALITY. MAN KILLED ON RAILWAY LINE. HEAD SEVERED JROM BODY, YEs'rmRDAV motling, ten minutes after midnight, Constable Joseph HI, Black of Newport, found the mutilated body of a man lying across the rails at the Spotswood station, on the up track, The head was almost severed from the body and the right hand and right foo had beena amputated and terribly bat tered and crushed, A nonthly railway ticket issued to James Madden was found on the body, whlii'i was identified as that of James Madden, 2a Park street, Middle Park, I-Io was employed as a clerk at the power house, and it is anticipated he was on the platform and overbalanced and fell on to the rails while waiting to catch the train, Thlo body was removed to the City Morgue by direction of the City Coroner,

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WEDDINGS. MR. WILLIAM HENRY DRURY TO MISS WINIFRED ROBERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914

WEDDINGS, Mit. WILLIAM IEiNItY DnuitY To MliS WINIFwaRD RonBie'8s, TIts marriage of Miss Winired Roborts, only daughteor of Mr John Roberts, of ' Tia-Niant," Macqurrrio street, to Mr William Henry Drury, was colobratod in Wealoy Church, Melbourno, on the 7th April, by the Rev, Mr McCallum, assiated by the Rev, J. J, Owen and oev. AMr MoOallum, (uncles of thcrbrido), The bride outerod the church on the arm of her father and wore a handsome white gluoo silk gown,with fine oldolwoie lace ovordross and the orthodox wreath and bridal votl. She carrlod a ehartmilng shower bouquet, which, with a cheqtuo, were the gifts of the bridogroom. The bridesmaid, Misas lodwon Evans, wore a dainty white silk costume and carried a showor bouquet of scarlot dahlias and wore a cameo breooh, the gift of the bridegroom. The Rov Drury (cousin of the bridegroom) was boetman, The re ooption was hold at ft, David's Hall, Latrobo stroot, Melbourne, which was boanutifully dooerated by girl fieouds of thi bride....

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PHILANTHROPIC LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914

PIIILANTIIWOPIC LODOIi. A oultALi ovening wars ;alhl omi Monday last in th T'oempornco Hall by the Indo poudoet Order of Od4l followa, Philan. throplo Lodge, there being a large num b?r of brethren and frionde present, including the Grand Master, Biro. W. D, Morgan, J,P.(I,I. liro. J, W, Robortson and 13ro, 'I'. Ilayou,.of the Jtanduig oom mlntoeo. P,O. Blro. . Molarlano noted al chairman, i3ro, M, D, ftouke, P,.., stateod that ho felt it anI honor at having the privilege of proaonting Biro, Morgan to them as Grand Master. liro. Morgan, who was beartliy'ohcorod, as a member of the Philanthropic Lodge, paid it wae more difficult to respond to a vote of weoloomn than to propoeo it. Ho hoped his torm of ofilco would be a auo eouo and woethy of tho lodgeo. Ilro, J. lRobortson oalo apoeko in high terms of tlhe Grand Mastor. The proeoutatioll of Paatt Graud cortif. catee wan thou made by the Grand Mautor to 1iros. W. V, Orockor, J, J. Hudson, B. 1. Davies, T, M. Milot, W. V. Muller and 1,...

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REMAND APPLIED FOR AND REFUSED. MR. ORR ACCUSED OF BIAS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914

U10.IAND APPLIUD UOR AND MR, ORR AOOUSII1 OR1 BIAS, Mr W, G. Mauchestio', before the next case was called, appliol for a roemand till May 7th, in order to have the caso heard by a police magistrateo, It was rather a delicate objection to take, but the defendant had been in gaol since his arrest and was propared to go to gaol. ie objected on the ground of bias, It was an unpleasant objection to make, but it al)peared to him, after the decision in the last case, this man had to go to gaol whether lihe was innocent or guilty.- Every police. man was to be turned iiito a peri patetic coultd and wqs allowed to usurp the functions of a court, Sub-inspector lShaw-Wo are pro pared to go on. Mr Orr-Gto on with the case, Mr Manchelter---I have never taken such an objection before. Mr Orr is secretary of the Racing Club ; the racecourseo committoo is anxious to clear the course of bad characters and I am bound to repeat my objectiou. Mr Orr--It is my ordinary court day. The charge against Georg...

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MUNICIPAL CHAMBERS. LABOR RESOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914

MIUNICII'APM CIIAMBIEiRg. 1 AbOI1't [tJC OJUTION. TimI foliowiiif; rwuolutiot wal I aByod by tho No ipjit hiiiorll of tho ).14,0,, at Itol int footliug:-,' That 1to Newport branhll of thu P. T, 0.1 ontora it oemphatic pretouit a;Sainatt thut prupocilal of the Williaulatowu Oounoil to build municipal ehalnbt irat a goat of 3ti1OOo, whon the !tow Mtato ticitool at Spiotowood coat about 3000, and thou radu and footpaths are In nuch i bad ntato,"

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TICKET SNATCHING. AT EASTER RACE MEETING. THIRTY COMPLAINTS MADE. SUSPECTS GET SIX MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914

TICKET SNATCHsING AT IDASTIER RAOCE MEETING, TIUIRTY COMPLAINTS MADE, BUSPEOTS 0GE' SIX MONTHS. Ti2ne Court sat till two o'clock on Tuesday, the time being mostly taken up with the hearing of charges against men charged with loitoring in a public place at the Williamstown racecourse with intent to commit a felony and that they boldoomed rogues and vaga bonds, Sub inspector Shaw prosecuted, Mellsr Orr, Bunnett and Stono oc cupied the Bench, The accuued wore represented in two case by Mr Iloaro and in one by Mr Manchester. The cases wore heard separately, the lirst being that of Henry Franklin (on bail), who was defended by Mr floaro. Detective Edward Holden hdposed that he had known the accused for ton years as reputed thief and compan ion of thioves Detective Neil Olholm, who was on duty on the flat on Easter Monday, saw accused in company with a thief named " Bush " Thompson and others named Flannery and ]Blake, At different times during the day Thomip. son and Blake wont into crow...

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THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. TO BE TRANSFERRED TO STATE. VISIT OF MINISTER OF EDUCATION. BUILDING TO BE REMODELLED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914

THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. TO BE TRANSFDERRED TO STATE. VISIT OFl MINISTER OIl EDUOATION, IUILDING TO BE REMODELLED, SIR Alexander Peacock, Minister of Education, accompanied by Mr F, Tate, Director of Education, visited the town on Tuesday last, when he was met by the Mayor (Cr. Liston), Mr Lemmon, M.L.Ai 'and Messrs ., Woods and H. Hirk,r'epresenting thd Grammar School trustees,,., The object of the visit was to con sider a proposition made by the Mayor and endorsod, by the Oouncil, and afterwards by the trustees of the Grammar School, that the building should be handed over to the State for use as a high school, An iuspection was made of the school, which has been sewered. It was seen that a further expenditure of about £5eo on renovation and the erection of two pavilions will be re quired to make the building fit for departmental use, and this work was at once authorised by the Minister, who considered the property was worth about £3000 and would speedily eclipse, under State managemen...

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914

COURSING. E1Ctrion clouo to.-ighi at G ouchlok at Iohiaio' Ouutonm lIouu i Hotol. The draw Will tako placo at 0 o'clook, All dogs must bo rogistorod with the soorotary, W. ?Rgan, boforo the draw, othorwIuo thoy will not be ablo to run, This in tho first utairo, and au thoro hau boon a fair amount of rain a largo outry is oxpootoed

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VICTORIA WARD SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914

VICTORIA WARD l SIAT. A largo and Influontial doputation of Laboritoa, conalating of Mr John Lommoun M,L.A.,. tho prealdont, oflloora and mIo baer of the Nowport P.L,?., and the proaldout of the Melbourne Ports Chait paJýIiooommlttoo, walted on Mr A. llurat and reuatctod him to control the Viotoria Wardnoat In the Williatmlown Counoll it the forthcoming munlolpal eloctioni. i'bo doputation wan saoceaftul in indue? ng Mr Iluret to stand and hae will again )arry the Labor banner in Auguat next. 1 strong conminltoo wan toueod to draw lp a plan o oa opai~tn to anoiut hib Handidatlur,

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WITH THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914

WITH THE JUNIORW . 'tho Juntorv opon the oauonu to-day with a match against Cambhorwll on the local oriolkt ground, Tho loam will be choson Iromn the following ;--Caso, Auhford, MoLoughlin, Walkor, Panahon (2), Thompeon, Jamie nou, Decan, Travoro, lutte? field, Smytho, Matliowu, Dunn, Allon, Pannoll, Stono, Molnnonl, (recnaway, A. Jamluiop, Woodford, Malouy (2), Ludwig, aunn, Moore, Ilall and othoru, Playora and intending playora are re quetod to bo at the ground not lator than 2.30 p.1m. McMulllon lua boon appointod umnplro. Theo hbot playora for the Park Rovora were J, MI\rrluuy, J, Dorgan, W. Ronnio, S. Daviduon and lMKonzlo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914

HAIGOAT WEATHER will seot in in real earnest any day now. You cannot afford to go far from home without protection. Call and soo our range of switrtly-tallored Raglan Rain Coats, in all shadae and prlce~ for Ladies and Geontlemon, TO-DAY we offer values unmatchablo anywhere, Daily we are receiving new lines in stylishly Tailored Costumes and Fashionable Coats-FLEECY TWEED COATS, REVERSIBLE TWEED COATS, BLANKET TWEED COATS, RAINPROOF COATS, .=-=Ladies should call and make BSoelection early,-? Rich and Rare Furs in our immense collection offering at tempting prices to-day. Black Fox Nocklots, Black Hare Necklets, Squirrel Nocklots, Squirrol Muds, Feather Boas, Necklots and Muffs at less than London prices, but only one of each style. Manufacturers' Samples. We are Specialising in Ladies' Tailor-made Costumes, Soo our range of Costume Clothse You should place your order early as we will have to limit orders from'now on. 'Phone us and we will forward Patterns, Ode .Tou II 7 F RousOr To ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT, Steampacket Hotel, COLE STREET,. J. DAVI8, Propiator, Late of Christchurch New Zealand, Begs to announce that he has taken over this old and well established commercial house and wilhou to inti mate he intondn running it on first-class lines. Only Boot Brands of Wince and Spirits in Stock, :'iret.clanue illi :d Thoomr containing Two Alcock'a Beat Tables. Carlton on Tap. LUNCHEON from 12 till 2 p.m. Superior Accommodation, Good Stabling. 'Phone 93 WilliamHatown, Within 1 Mlinnute Boat, Train and Beach, SAV UEL SPRY'S SHOE STORES. R . J ATRMMl6lk Proprietor, 'Nelson Place, Williamstown.. (Near Yaoht 01ub Hotel.) Sooos'.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. Small profits and quichk returns mean a saving to Purchasers. COAL. GOAL. GOAL NEWCASTLE COAL. Best HOUSk...

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MR. THOMAS HENDERSON. SEND-OFF BY LITERARY SOCIETY. AT PRESBYTERIAN SCHOOL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914

MR. THOMAS HENDERSON. SEIND-O?WF BY LITERARY SOCIETY, AT PRE?GBYTIRRIAN SBOOO IIALLL, MR. Thomas HIenderson, who is leav ing the town to resido in the Surrey Hills district, was accorded a oend-off at the Presbyterian School Hall on Tuesday evening by the Literary Society, in the presence of a largo gathoring, which included many former members of the society. Mr W. Phillip, who has succeeded Mr Hondorson as president, proved a capable chairman, He expressed plea suro at seeing so many coming from far and near to do honor to Mr Heondorson and proceeded to road records of the Society for the last ten years, No record could be found of the period between 1884 and 1893, The list of presidents included Rev. John Clark, Messrs E. Mcliobert, E. E. Press, Hl, E. Press, T. Hender son (eight years) and P. Keay, Mr Iendorsou had also hold office as vice president and secretary, Amongst those who had acted as editor of the unagazino was Mr W. H. Williams. (Applause). The Society was now in its...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914

At the mooting of the Williamatown branch of the Australian Nativeo' AH Booiatiot on Monday night, Mr Moohan, one of the branch dolgtat.o, reported that ouiuplaiuta by omploy-ooc. ,f the institution wore being repeatedly made through dologatlo. The oxecutive con sidored that they ahould bu made in writing to that body and had given dirootions aeccrdingly. With regard to the Newport branch of the diaponuary, the roaidonto of Nowport were at liberty to cond preosriptlons to the B'orguoon atroot institution if they saw fit, At the Court of Potty Scsaiona on Tuesday last Barnard COsoli obtained an order for £18,;21 against H. V, Rogors, Easton and Dadsoy proved a debt of £3/0/6 duo by S. Monzios, and R, W. Parry, reproeonted by Mr E Hior, wau given judgment for 17/- duo by Janmo Patterson, with 15/. coats, The plaintiff in this oaso, a grocor at Spotawood, had sent a letter through Mr Hick domand Ing payment of hia account, Pattorion agrood to pay it off at the rate of 5/- a wook, but t...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914

FOOTBALLS [BY BOUNDAUY], Williamstown, 6 goals 12 bohluds-418 ptd. Ptahran, 4 goals 5 bohiuds-2plsa, t'--i-.-·i-- - Willianstown's goal-kickers-- Mitcholl, Gibbs, MoTaryart. Camoron, H. BLue bridge, O'Ihalioran. Secoun day. Town v. Prabhran. Niontean points victory for localos A goal getter badly needed in the toamu Owing to steady rainfall from early morning till woll after noon the out-flold wna matorially detrimental to a faIt dis play as there was suiloloat half-dampod soil (which is very affoetionato down this way) to clog playoro' boots and considerably slow them down. At no period of the game did 'Town look like losers. A doliberato charge by a Prahran playor at Mitchell (who was temporally rendoereod hora-do-eombat) was passod over by the M.O. Grant received a lot of rough handling, which ho seemed inolined to return with thanks. It noeds a model footballer to kooeep cool after being robbod of the boat part of the skin from one of his shinse The gamo was far too orowded. The...

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