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EMPRESS PAVILION. MAGNIFICENT PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914
EMPRtESS PAI VILION. ----v- MAGNIlflIOENT PROGRAMME. (lood rmuaie, oveoaleunt piptures and a good tspacious building, eipocially built for the purpotto to which it in devoted all combino to nialke the o utortainmenl provided by tihe management at the Emprena equal to anything hI)wI in in the cit.y, To-night a eoautifully toloeted progralnmma of all the latenat high clats dramau, comediesa t, eole anld educa tional nubjects including the following will bo prenouted, hoaded by the Vita graph mantorpleco in two reoli, Lovo'e Huuniot, int two partt, featuring Eatl Williams and Clara Kimball Young. hlanoly dceoived and deoerted, aho finds hope in her faith, and the lovo of a hus band and thoir child. IIor belated con fe?atlon to him causes him to donounce hbor. Eho finda peace in hia arms as the end draws near,
WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914
WHLUIAMSTOWN TIJeAATRIS The programme at the theatro during the week wat full of novelty, both the piotures and variety nubmittod. Ohad Plokott'a ragtimo ringing waft not quite up to bia beat ofiorta owing to that ar tiet sufoering from a relaxed throat, but he managed to give a fair account of hlmaelf as a ragtime singer, Murno and Murnal, a musieal specialty greatly pleaned by their unique and clover munleal efforta, For to-nighvt' progamme two now variety aota will appear, including the Cycledromo, beoing a etago oyolo racing device; alBo Molrouo and Meiozieo, patter comedians, The pio tures include two star films, The Vortox. and The Unaeou Terror and eoveral other drama and comedy flhns, On Monday a special matinee will be gLven when a comploto chango pro grammo will he shown with two now star films; one being a Holig film, The Escape of lim Nolan, toatur ing Tonl Mix the grort Amenlccan cowboy actor iii ocme of his most daring exploits. Thii great jungle picture Amid Raging Bo...
NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914
NOTES OF THE WEEK, -Municipal at es fall duo on 12th May. -Special holiday matinee at the Theatre Monday. -The Council, after a month's receooss, will moot nextTuc?day evoniug, -The Municipal Baud will head the Boilermakers in the Eight Hlours Procos slon on Monday, -Rov Frank Lynch will deliver a humorous lecturo in aid of the Tenuin Olub at the School hall next Tuesday evening. -The Horticultural Socioty's runual show will be opened cn Weduesdlay afternoon at thrc.? o'olock by the Mayor, Entries olose on Monday next. -Holy Trinity Sunday Scohool picnio will be hold at Eltham on Monday, Train will leave at 7.57 a n, and will leave on return journey at t o'clock. --Sollig Off, Unredeemod Pledges. Jewellery, Clothing and Miscellaneous Goods of every desoription at Jameson's, Forguson street, No reasonable offer relused.-[ADvT], -Sir Alexander Peacock and the Director of Education travelled by motor on Tuesday and cros cd the steam ferry on their return in order to have a look at the ...
POULTON—AUSTIN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914
POULTOON-AUSTIN. At Ohrift Church, Nowport, on April 14th, Air William Jamou Poultoln, of iUndcr,i, antl Mhtin H. Aubtin, rocotly Sitokei-on-Tront, Ei~lland, wero united in thie hond of holy matriltlony by the vicar, Iov U. W. W latten, The ceremony wan of a vory quiet charactor. The vioar willod thorn overy blceuing on theol union.
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. NEW COUNCIL CHAMBERS. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914
CORR~SPONDENCE Wa do not ncocaarily identify ourselves with the opinions cxprcscd by our oorrespondcnts, NEW COUPNCIL, CIIAMBERS. 'To the Editor of the "Advertlier," Sin,-F, J, Josephson's letter is a confession that he is unable to say how he is going to give the South ward's money away and effect scheduled works there as well, I am afraid his knowledge of lunacy is on a par with his knowledge of municipal wants, I agree with h:m to the extent that there is at lcast one madman still at large, The re. mainder of his letter does not merit notice, S, BYRNE,
HOTEL ROBBERY. MONEY AND SECURITIES WORTH OVER £1500. MAN AND WOMAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914
HOTEL ROBBERY. MONEY AND SEOURITIES WORTH OVER £1600. MAN AND WOMAN COMMITTED FlOR TRIAL, YV:STERDAY before Messrs Lonsdale and Stone, Mary Ann Wood, domestic servant, and James Aile, engine driver at the Newpo't Workshops, were charged with stealing between f70 and £8o in montey and £ Soo in securities, the property of John Bruce, license of the Terminus hotel, IIanmer street. Sub-inspector Westcott prosecuted. Mr Hall appeared for Aile and Mr Whitehead for Mary Ann Wood. Bruce deposed that in February last he had in his possession 67 in silver, which he replaced by gold in a pint pot placed on a top shelf in the bar, lie kept adding money to the pint plant, placing in /a5, which were his takings for the week, on one occasion, the total being £7o or £o80 le also put into the pot two fixed deposit re ceipts one for £400oo due in 1915 and one for £300 due in 1916 and two on the Bank of Australasia, Collins street, one for 200oo due 28th February, 191i. and one for £550o on the same b...
To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914
NORTH \VARD PRO(IRESSOR, To the Editor of the "Advertiser," Smn,--Will you please allow me space in your columnt!; to reply to your correapon. dent of last Saturday s issne under the above heading, lie commences with the startlin4, announcement "The stagnation party dies hard," I take it, Sir, that your colrrcpolndent means the l'rogress Associa. tion, If :,o I may inform him that they are very much alive, Of course, he may call us by what name he likes! best, but a rose by any other name smells just as sweet, Your correspondelnt belongs: to the strangu lation party, who would strangle all pro gress ill the betterment of our streets, foot paths and channels to erect a large monu ment at the expen:?e of the ratepayers, If these gentlemen want a monument so badly, why not formt a company and build a hall with their own money ? It appears to me from what these gentlemen say that they arecmis?ing a grand opportunity in dividends, Hut, of courae, they want to give thedivi denld to the Co...
(To the Editor of the "Advertiser.") [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 April 1914
(To the Editor of the "Advertiser,") Sit,--It is certainly amusing and, in a measure, a wasteof time to read over some of the twaddle that is made use of during the the discussions at the Council table on the " I?yrning" questions of Town Hall and Council Chambers. Some of the actions taken by some of our Town fathers and others outside certainly reminds me of the action of Mrs, Partington, who took a broom to keep the ocean back so that the progress of the tide may be retarded. Are those building speculators afraid that the waste places will all be covered up and leave them no room for engaging in " run emr-up" operations ? I have always thought that there are too many bare places in our midst that require to lie covered up for the benefit of the consiunity. If one of the members for the South ward makes as many mistakes in the rostrullm as he does at the Council table, I am sure that I, for one, would be very loath to risk myself to his guidance as a sky pilot to the upper and bIe...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 2 May 1914
FOOTBALL. .___- .... [lIY liouNAltr], Williatuctown, 11 goahc 21 bIhiudu- -t7 )ctt. Nurtheolo, 3 goal > I Iolchinda--21 Pltt, WilliatcctaWdow goal- ildwi- hi i tholl, Aucy (,I), jhtibbi ()leit ciciJ, Illcrribouc, May (2),. Third day. 'Town v. Northooto. Williametlown win ocicily. In wet woathcr Oroxtoi ltrk in [chill to a qulcagniiro, but oi I-at lt'lay ]iutll, ccn atccouclt o th ie dry woeather, it wail harlld and dry, ancd tlthe plcayprc had groati dillimulty in judging thti c tcun of tihe, oval once it hIl;d strucltk tihoe oairtlh. Although in the irtlc qnuiter ul.own only led by two pointc, it wac ovidont that the uonsidort hall the atrlocgot and ncoro ekliful aideo, liad Town an crdinarily olvoer marIcal man, no doubt they wpuld havo put uip a rooord for the day. IClvenol goale and 21 beoicndu thowvi a gret weaOiknlccI aclcOlcgtlt ollr attac??e1oL, and unlosca there in tin imlprovelotto in thitl departclmoent of thiegaol Town will atarodly moot witih EovOetiea, Thoro is a ep...
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 2 May 1914
VOOMISING. ''lito lo3n olub r.im thlir 1Ii ut Lt u at 'I'ra;ulini lorut wool, A fair inuwitur of I local utturituti up, T'ho nioutittat io ll ohtnod with twolvo otjtrioti, and Ilho winoor turncti up In Nir MI. Mooro't -lurtuoa, with Air UA Uprilitg't DIitit Wynn oetjttttt andti Dir It. Ottor'u Ltttly llruwn third, Thorn will -tit a o tuttnittto itooutitu oil Wudntlnuday inight ait Pilititgu Stugt Ilo' t ho lotol to ntitao urrattgoI1tttont for thu niox utlko, . Mr K, Mathowo aotod uu judcgo.
KAYE—CURRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 2 May 1914
liAY1f - OUR1AN. Aunthor quiot wedding tokls placo at Christ Ohurch vicarago, Nowport, on April 1lth,. whon Mlr I~ruouL Jamuus liyo, of Ilrooldly, wain married to MIaut Lavouoa A argrot Ellba, oldeut daughter of Air J, T. Ourran, Nowport, Tho vloar Rev U. W. Itatton, oltlilatedl, Tho happY couplo, amid goad wluhus and coogratulalioni, loft fur Iloalcuvillo to upoud their honoymoonz,
LEWIS—ROBINSON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 2 May 1914
LEWIS "--RO31lNSON. The marriago of Mr Iv.ni Luwit, non ot tho lato Mr Ivan Lowl, of Oautloimaiuo, to Eliaiboth Maud, beldest daughter of Jr and Mrs Edward Iobluson, of Nol son stroot, Willinaatowni was colobrated n the Doroas stroot Proubytorian Ohuroh, South Molbourno, by the Rov, Robort Murray, M,A.,I1.D, The bridal gown wna of white oropo do-olhluo, with rangeo bloasom anid good laco triminigiiio, .vith the cuattumary wroath and veil, and carried a whito ahowoer bouqucot, Sh aloo woro a gold banglo, tho gift of tho ridogroom,. Tho brideomatidt wore dits Sylvia Poroy and Miss Eva Robinsou (aiator of tho bride), whlo wore protty white otlk dreasoe, trimuaod withi aco, and ruby and pearl brooohoe, the gifla (it the bridegroom, The bett inan war Mr Aithur Lowii (brother of brido groom) and the groomaman, Mr Bort Robinson (brother of bride), The re ooption was hold at Sargont's; . Tho brido'e goiug.awny drosa wau a groy tailor-mado oostumoo and ha! on HiitOe, Tho prcoonta wore nuloro...
NELSON PLACE ASSAULT. THREE MONTHS IMPRISONMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 2 May 1914
,ELSO~ PLACE ASSAULT' -"--- TUITEII MIONTIIT' IMPRIIONMINNT, UN OeR the namo oft Sydney John larding, John Corletto appeared be fore IMtonear Hicl, Ward and Buunett on Tuesday charged with unlawfully and maheiously inflicting grievous bodily harm on Elward Josiah Wood row on October 10lth, 1013. Sorgonut Curtin said Woodrow wan employed by the Government of Weat Australia and was on a visit to Wil liainutown, atanding near the Hay view hotel when he rocuivcd a violent blow in the face which knocked him down on the footpath causing concua sion of the brain. lHe was laid up a fortnight and though he was not pro aunt an a witnoaa in this charge, there was no lack of evidence. I)r. Hector JRath Maclean gave ovi. donucothat on Thursday October 1(th at about coven in the evening a moan unhluo\n to him was brought to his surgery by a mani named Nichollu and and another man whom lihe could not say was the accused. The injured main was dazed and had a bi uil on tho left side of the mouth, fl...
HUTCHINS—MORRIS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 2 May 1914
LUrHUIN8 - MORRIS. At Christ Church, Nowport., a quiet and protty wedding was colohrated on April 4th, by the Rlv. U. W. IRatton, the contracting partlei biong Mr Hlay and Boymour, military clork, oldaet aon of Mr It, Ilutchlus, Mornington, and lih ronco Ruby Lillian, oldost daughter of Mr and Mru W, II, Morris? Williams town, Thu brlde, who was given away by her fathor, looked charming and was tar!ofully attired in whiteo atin, trimmed with awanadown,Iriushl lace and potrls, earrying, a sliowor bouquot of chrytan the0ltulms and dahlias, and wearing the usual wreath and veil. The bridesmaidn woro Miso Maggie Hutchin?, slitor of the bridegroom, neatly drce?,ed in whito silk gown, pale blue Tlkhiuk cap, caught with pink rouerbudri, ad Misa Lillan Pin?ching, (qocnsolllif, tantoftlly attired in orme lacIo gownu over silk, with pikul swathed bolt, white Turkish cap with blue forgot-mc-nlots, botll maids oarry ing chower bouqutlut of white eiilya?lu tholullus. The bridogrc.oii wan attende...
GAS COMPANY ASPHALT. CR. HERIOT COMPLAINS OF QUALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 2 May 1914
SAS COUMPAIY ASPIHALT. CRl, IttlEIOT COMPLAINs Owf QUALITY. C(: IIuor chainuran of the Public Works coinumittee oil ''uesday evening advised the colmmittee to charge the Gas Comnpany for repairs to the asphalt footpaths, rendered necessary by the operations of the company. I Ic said the material used by the ,company was a residue of coke called breeze, and the Council should raise a typhoon of protests against it, as it was inferior to the Council's material. It was a cheap, nasty Jerry method of ropairing paths. Cr, Chacdler--Pe liaps it is an Eng lish method. Cr. lTeriot did not know what it was; he only knew it slas a nasty method and that the. ratepayers were suffering. Breeze was only rubblish and the Council would have to sto stop the use of it. Cr. Woods---The plumbers pay 5/' and the amount is retained to pay for repairing the footpath, VWhy shculd not the Gas Company pay ? The Mayor undertook to see what the agrcenlout entered into with the company provided for, IIIU Ur.-, ...
WEDDINGS. BANKS—REYNOLDS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 2 May 1914
WEDDINGS, U ANICS -IM¥YNOLD9. On WYdnoaday, April 1fth, at St. 1Mark'u Church of Eilgland, hlpeotawod, tihe Ilihop of (Oippaland, iasited by the loYv. W.- ', a?naoh, united in thim hmondj of holy matrimnony ,lisa E. M, tirynoldt, dauglihter of Mr .W, K, J. Roynoldo, of Spotawood, and the Roy, A, mBaln, of Bunyip, son of Mr I'red IBankt, of 1K1l burn, Yorkahiro. The brido, who watn given away by her brother (in the ab sonco of hor father, who iu at proCont In England), looked eharming in a trained gown of white voile trimmcd with gulpuro lace and poarlu, hand em broidered veil, and was attended by Misses Minnie and Lucy Roynolda and Alice Stillhopo, the two formlr wearing pretty droaaoe of eropo foam, trlmmed with lace, and wore white felt hatt, I trimmed with auntmn Ileaviet and 'rosou. They carried bouquots of marcon and i terra cotta dahlian and n?paraga? fern with maroon rihbbon,. The latter was in u white voile with guipuro lace trimmiuga and carried a backot of pink carnationo....
HALF-WATT LAMPS. AMENDED ELECTRIC LIGHT PROPOSALS. NO REPLY FROM CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 2 May 1914
IALr-WATT L~IPS. I AMEINDEDI EIiEOTi'IO LIGHTA PltOPOSALS. NO iticPL li?ltOM 01TV COUNOIL. \trssus McCarty, Underwood and Co., :lcctrical cngineers, submitted an uiended report to the Council on 1'uosday last providing for 73 extra treet lamps, 28 to be in the South, 6 n the Centre, ,6 in the North and 23 tn the Victoria wards, Twenty high candle power half-watt amps would be installed, making an 2xtra cost of .6405, and bringing the total from J13,1 I,/o/ to ,1I,250 Io/- and the annual interest and sink iug fund charge to (aS t58/r 8/., They recommended that tenders he called for the holes at once in order that they might he delivered at the same time as the plant, Cr. Chandler considered it a pity that a generating plant had not been included in the scheme. The City Council did not seem in a hurry to deal eith the Council's application for power, and it would he well to con sider if the Council could not make better terms, lFootscray was paying about t10o3o Iper' anlnumi for ourre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 2 May 1914
- -To the Moothor and IloluskooporI --" W\V are offoring the following goodo at prices that must mako a spoody oloar ano:- Buttor, 1/0;, 1111, 1/3 lb (the latter prico boing for hlos Wetoern Di) trict); UBot Oroeam of Tarter, l014 por lb; Now Datoi, 3d per lb; BDtch Cocoa00 , id per 4oz. tin; Potatoos (beot obtainablo), 201bs for 1/-; Balt White Hurrings, Od doe; Hllodurp' Cocoa, 73d per tu:; Nuggot Blacking, 3}d largo tin ; Piolt d Onlone, bid por bottle; Condoneod Milk, 4d por tin; Crossbrook Milk, 06d per tin; Nostlo's Milk, 7d por tin; (a Mantulloo -luvorted, id eaoh, Upright, 4d each; (the o mnantloe aro equal to any mautlo you can buy-try for yoursolf); Saud Soap, Id por block; Witoh, Pronorvono, Volvto arid Ma?gic. toaps, 2/7;d per doz, bare or tlhroo 1/- bar 2/7. ; Amorican Asboutos l'lro Lighters, Ud oaoh (the Lightors, boing ovorhueting, are not to bo equalled); Tobacco--Macoliu & Sone Aitorictn " Miuletuo," 5/- per lb (try this and you will auloko no othor), aleag...
METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 2 May 1914
WIfiT OIHUi0 ST Ui UAY 8H01 OOL ANNIVERSARY OEtrLEBtRATIONS, RPlv. F, J, Jeinings conducted largely attended services last Sunday morning and afternoon in celebration .of the Electra stroeet Methodist Sunday School anniversary. Special hymns were sung by the children, under tee direction of Mr \V, II, Salt, Miss N, Bates presiding at the organ and Miss Vera Hlick at the piano. The floral decoration of the church attracted much favorable comnment, In the evening, Mr Josiah Thomas, MtI.R,, who was a member of the Fisher Labor Ministry, preached from the seventh and eighth verses of the Sith chapter of St. Luke, McAuley had said that man's life was the outcomei of circiumstances, If Isaac Newton had not lived, would the discoveries he made have taken place ? If Coluimbus had not lived would America have bSeen discovered ? If the Church of England had been filled with (iod-fearing men, would John Wesley have ceased to Ie an Anglicau clergyman ? \Vould General Booth have been heard of if...