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WOMAN ARRESTED. COLLECTING FOR BENDIGO MINE DISASTER. MR. LEMMON, M.L.A., DOWN FOR 5/- [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914

WOMAN ARRESTED. COLLEO'CINGQ OR BEUNDIO MINE DISASTER, MR, LUEMMON, M,L.A., DOWN 01U 5/ MI?GARiE Madden, a woman of rathcr small stature, was arrested yesterday afternoon by Constable \alshe charged with endeavouring to impose upon private persons by false representations in writing with a view to obtaining money, The woman gavo her age as 13 and her occupation as a domestic servant, She said she had come from Geclong and had been in the town two hours A collecting book for the Bendigo mine disaster fund was found in her possession and the name of Mr. J. Lemmon, M.L A., figured on the top with a donation of 51., Sli informed the constable that she had not rcce;ved that amount and had put the name of Mr Lemmon down to encourage others to contribute. She says all the money she received was 5/. The woman called at Constable VWalshe's house for a donation and when he was informed of the fact he went after her and interrogated her and, in consequence of the answers she made, locked her u...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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INCREASED VALUATION AT NEWPORT. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914

INCREASEI) VALUA I'ION AT NE\WPORT, 'to the Editor of the "Advcrtiser.' Smi,-Would you kindly give nme space in your valuable paper, I am the owner of a four roomed house in River street Newport, and the Valuator for the Williamstown Council has valued my house at '25 per annum, Do you think that is a fair thing compared with other houses that have 5 and 6 rooms and they are rated at only £i6 and S13 per annum? Now, Sir, I would like to know what the Valuator is thinking about. lhe is robliing the working man in cold blood and I being a newcomer and ignorant of Ithe rules of the Council I am too late tq apl)cal. IHoping that the Va!uator will tiy in the future and treat every, body alike.-Yours, A RATEPAYER,

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. MUNICIPAL CHAMBERS. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914

CORIRSPONDENCG Wc d Io not ualc irily identily our. civ. with the opinion, c ?pr.escd by utr 2nror ponlldutlll . MUNICIPAL C[AMIAuIERS, To the Editor of the "Advertlecr." SIt,s-Only a few lines in reply to Mr Walker, Supposing, instead of £6ooo for municipal oflices, it was proposed to borrow money to make a dozen streets in Newport, at a cost of £5oo each, would Mr Walker or his vigi lant association object ? 1 venture to say there would be no objection and no enquiry about interest and sinking fund. But a municipal chamber, once erected, is done with; a policy of street making on these lavish and un. business like lines might go on in definitely. Ten loans of £6,oo0 each would not make all the streets in Victoria ward, and, in view of the selfiseness of the other wards. which Mfr Walker insinuates, they would want to he in it too. Now, if £6,ooo would satisfy Victoria ward, I, for one, would say let it have the money, but if it would only do one-tenth of the work required, I say i...

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TERMINUS HOTEL ROBBERY. ACCUSED SENTENCED YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914

TERMINUS HOTEL ROBBERY ACOUSED SENTIENOED YE~TIERDAY. JAAMEs Aile, engine driver, and Mary Ann Wood, domestic servant, who had been found guilty at the General Sessions of the larceny of between £7o and £SO in money and £.£,5oo in securities from John Bruce, licensee of the Terminus Hotel, Ilanmer street, caine up for sentence yesterday. Judge Box sentenced Aile to eighteen months imprisonment and Mary Ann Wood to twelve months ilmprisonment.

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NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914

NOTES OF TIHE WEEK. -8---- -Rates -Duo Tuesday -Grammar school to becomo a Govorn mont concern on July let with Mr Gority as headmaster. -" Windsor Magazine " to hand from Mr Borriman. -Mr A, W. Taylor, Stevodore struot, announces that he has red gravel and shell for salo. -A meeting of ladies to mako arrangoe ments for the annual Hoospitl Bal will be hold at the Meoohanics' Iustituto on Wednesday afternoon next at 3,80, -Mr. Jameson's great sale of unro deemed pledges will take place at Baylee's auction rooms, Collins street, on Monday next at eleven o'clock, -The now Sydney Labor daily will be called "The Wurld," Mr. J. O, Watson, who was a compositor on the 'Sydnoy Morning Herald," will be general manager. -Sub-Inspector Andrew Keonnoally, who has recently booeen promoted, made his first local appearance yesterday and was welcomed by sorgeant Curtiu, the Mayor and Mr V. J, Whitehead, -Sollig Off, Unredeemed Pledges, Jewellery, Clothing and Misoollaneous Goods of every description...

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IMPROVEMENT CHARGE. OPINION OF COUNSEL. THE TAX SUPPORTED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914

IMPROVEMENT CHARGE, OPINION OF COUNSEL, Tll TAX SUPPORTED, Tits opinion of Mr A. B Weigall and of Mr E, F. Mitchell, K.O., has boeeon obtained by Mr Jameo Hall, solicitor for the Council, who prepared the case at somnt length giving the letter of Mr Bliss in full and also the protest by Mr John Schutt and others, betides copieso of thie " Advertiser " containing a full report of theo poechea made by a doputation of Newport roeidentit which waited on the Council and of addresnes delivered afterwards by leading reuidonts of Newport at the Nowport Hall. The fact that the Council carried a resolution in 1800 in favor of gazetting High street, Hobson street, River street, Farm streeot and Elphin street as public high ways, was mentioned, also the fact that the notice was never published, and that work had been done and levels fixed in some of the streets or in some part of them. Mr Weigall replied as follows : Mit. WEIGALL'SE OPINION. 1, On the facta stated, can the Coun cil make the 't ...

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RAILWAY PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914

RAILWAY PI'OSECUTION, INSI?'tOI Bora'ium procooded againut ILarold Joyco, a re?ident of Prahran, on Ttcutd .y ltt the Court of Pltty eatuionu for Oetoeing a train while in motion. it wan said by Clement Rogers, a clerk in the Suporintendent's oilice, that the defendant had jumped off the platform and ontored a train at the Iloach atatiojl on the wrong aide, 'Joyce, who did not apper, was lined 20/-, with 2/( costa. The aceond [unila;y in May hau boen pot apart as ollthorl' day. 'The objoct of the day is a world wido ompliahuhl oft the lovo and roveronlo moi and womlOn owe Lo a glood olthor. All aro requloutod to wear a white lower, preferably a while arnlloatin It is etihlltorit' day ipeiooal flower. Its whitonos atlaudt for purilty its form, boalty ; Its fragrane, lovo its wide flolds of growth, charity ; its lahtlug qualitiou, flithfulnoeo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914

PROFESSIONAL. 11?5 ILLORENO1E RIEID. S MISS EDITH A'PPLi'ON. Toachore of Typowritiug, Shorthand and Elocution, Oirculare Duplicated, 17 Electra Street, Williamnstown, `18 II. TIIOIINQUEU'T, LADEllS' IIAIRDlnS SER, lla Romoved to Di Nioholeon Stroot, Footeoray, whore silt is sho wing an up-to-duto stock of Millinery and HIIar-work, Olionts attondod in Williamntown as Combinga Mado Up, Lottorm attondod to, 1S t DON A L.D ON, 01 JOHN STREll', Willianitttown. Bridal and Malids liouquota ai SEpoalty. Wroatlh, CroL{cIa, Anchors, Oushions, oto,, ote. I'orall work of every description done to order on shortoet notice Phllono' 106 Jlootsoray, MISS A. MoNEIL, MISS E, CIOANDLEl (lato of Ilicka, (Late of "Siorollo ") Atkinson & Soni), 83 PAISLEY ST., IFOOTSORAY, lOlI-OLASS DRIESSMAIKING, -L Evoening Gowns a Spoeiality, aElec l oalpi. I NSPIEOTION OF LIEISLATIVE AS. NE11ULY EL'CTORAL LIASTd, 1011. Elrctoiria DIisriot of Williianuwtown, South Willianartown Diviilon. Ttlo Spoeia\l on ral L...

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STRIKE AT POWER STATION. 12/6 A DAY FOR DRAY WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914

STIIIKE AT POWEi STATION 12/6 A DAY FOR DRAY WORK. TIII'IRE are too horses and drays en gaged at the power station and So of them knocked of work yesterday and the remainder continued at work, Ib wasi understood 13/- a day was being paid for horse, dray and driver, and it is well-known that more than one local contracting firm refused to work at that price, preferring to give the horses a spell and to find other work for tho IIowever, it was said that 12/0 a day was all the men on strike were re ceiving, and they will not got back to work for less than 1.l/

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LACROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914

LACROSSE. The "A'' team's performance on Satur lday in throwing 7 goals to EIaenodon's 0 wes distinctly satisfaotory for the open ing mnteon of the oasson ' The game was very ovenly conteoted. The visltorl mitartod bettor than the local team and at thoe flra chango had a useful load o!t 5 goals to one, In the ecoond quarter, Town nhowed to much bettor advautago, and as the result of combined play, netted 4 goals while their opponenta failed to score. The board at half-timo ohowed 5 goals all. In the third term the visitors scored 2 goals to nil. It was generally admittod that but for their goal-keoper, Easoudon would have returned Ihomo a beaten team, As it was, the scoretl wore equalised at 8 all, but Town's last goal was disallowed by the goal umpire, other wise the game would have probably ended in a draw. The performanceo of the wholo team was distinctly above the average, IIowitt, a reoruit from the "I'" team was particularly clover, securing 5 goals. Turton and Davia also play...

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MR. E. F. MITCHELL'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914

ANu, IV, IF, MITCJ1IJ J4 i'U OPINION, Thu opinionI of Mr IV. I?. Atituolwl, I(.C1, ou tho qiuoutionu aubziltud for hlu opiunou worn tho gwwo "a au ibmittod to Mr Wolgall, IK.C,, and hoe replied as followt ; Thls caseo l not freeoo from dimoulty, but after caroful conaidoratlon of all re levant eootiono of the Loanl Govern. mont Acts and the hiatory of the legit latlon now embodied (with modification) In Part XVIII Divialon 11 of the Local Government Aota 1008, I will answer the specific quorioe put and then advisn generally on the matter. Query 1.--You, Query 2.-The Coonoll need not make the said streote at the expoense of the general body of ratopayera, Query 3.-If at preoent they are not formed, levelled, drained, flagged, mac adaMinod-or otherwise made good to the natiafaction of the Counoil, I do not think the Counoil can now alter the lovels which I am intruactod were Ileid by the Conoil on 20th Augant, 1880, My view being that eootion 510 would provent the Council from alterin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914

"FERRY E 'l II® WILLIAMSTOWN TO PORT VELBOUR= E WINTER TIME TABLE. -W?eather and other circumstances permitting. On and after April 14th, the Service will be run as follows :F From Gem Pier Williamstown Week days.-A.st.-5,35 8,35, 0.35, 10.85, 11,85, 12,85. ,,M.-1.35, 2.85, 3.35, 4 25, 5,10, 5.50. Saturdays as usual till 10.35, then 11.25, 12.10, 12,50, 1,35. Thence hourly till 5,35. Sundays.-Hourly from 1.35 p m. till 5,35, pm, From Port Melbourne Week days.-A?x -7.0, 9,0, 10.0 11 0,12.0. r.M.-1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4,0, then 4,45, 5.30, 6 12. Saturdays,-11,0, 11.15, 12.30, 1.15, and 2, thonco hourly till 6. SundayP,-Hl-ourly from 2 p.m, to 6i p.m. FARES-Williamstown to Port Melbourne, 3d, single; 6d. return Children Halfprice, Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/ MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, Ltd, Collins -Iousc, Melbourne. The North Williamstown Corner Stores, Timber and Firewood Yards. i2¾~r & 0 E J11T, S R O O Corner Ferguson street and Railway plana Also Railway Siding, FOR BUILD...

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SUSPECTED PERSON. SEEN ON RACECOURSE. SIX MONTHS IMPRISONMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 9 May 1914

SUSPECTED PERSON. SEEN ON RACECOURSE. SIX MONTHS IMPRISONMENT. George Moodie, a young man, ap- peared before Messrs Wymark, Bun- nett and Stone, J's,P, on Tuesday charged with being a known thief he was loitering on the Williamstown racecourse on April 13th with intent to commit a felony. Sergeant Curtin, who prosecuted, said it was not necessary to show that the accused had committed a felony or to quote any particular acts, but merely to prove that his movements were suspicious. Detective John Andrew Howard gave evidence that he arrested the accused on April 27th at 99 Little Napier street, Fitzroy. Accused, whom he had known for 12 years as a thief and companion of convicted thieves and pickpockets, denied that he had been at the races on April 13th. Sergeant Curtin—Has accused shown any sign of reformation since his last conviction? Mr Carroll, who appeared for the accused, objected. Moodie was not serving an indeterminate sentence. How long is it since he was last con- victed ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 16 May 1914

WILLIAMSTOW? TO PORT MELBOURNE. WINTER TIME TABLE. -Weather and other circumstances permitting. On and after April 14th, the Service will be run as follows : Fiom Gem Pier Williamstown Week days.-A.it.--6,35 8.35, 0.35, 10.85, 11,85, 12,35, r,,--1,35, 2.8.5, 3.35, 4 25, 5,10, 5,50. Saturdays as usual till 10.35, then 11.25, 12.10, 12.50, 1.35. Thence hourly till 5 35. Sundaye.-Hourly from 1 35 p.m. till 5,35, p,n, From Port Melbourne Week 'days.--A.x -7.0, 9.0, 10,0 11.0, 12.0. r.r.--1.0, 2.0, 3,0, 4,0, then 4,45, 5.30, 0 12. Saturdaye,--11.0, 11.45, 12.30, 1,15, and 2, thence hourly till 6, Sundays.-Hourly from 2 p.m, to 6 p,m. FARES-Willianistown to Port Melbourne, 3d, single; 6d, return Children Ilalfpricc. Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/ MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, Ltd,, Collins House, Melbourne. The North Williamstown Corner Stores, Timber and Firewood Yards. Corner Forguson titreot and' BRailway plao e Also Railway Siding, FOR BUILI)liNG MATERIAI. of every description, Har...

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BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 16 May 1914

JAsEIn .ILL, "A" Orado v, Carlton. -Thiti miateh was pDlyed on the local ground on Satur day laut and rosulted in a win for the locale by i runu to 11. Good work wao dono by 8mith and Illnduon (battory), Ilird at 3rd bano and Pilling with the hat., To-day this teoam play Prahran at home. "1i" Grado v. lirunwloek. rthlu match wae played at lirunwilok aco a curtain rauoer to tho football matoh, and the locale again aenortod their suporlority by making 10 rune to 2. To-day thin team play EIaoudon at e?feondon, - "0" Grado v, Port Mhlbourneo On fBaturday last Town's junior team went to Port Melbourne and auftered defeoat by 15 rune to 1. ThIo team hab niovoral now playorto in their raukn thin noauon who will no doubt do well onceo they have mateorod the ditforout points of the gameo uhould do violl. To-day they play SNorth Molbouruo at North,

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WITH THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 16 May 1914

WITII llI JUNIORS. I[[3Y Wmst rý ], Tun Willlametown Juniore mot and do foatod Proston on tho local oriokot ground on Saturday last, Tho gamo was atronuously fought out, both toams showing good football, Thoe ooro woro; Juniors, 0 goals 6 bohllud, 60 points; Proeton, 0 goals 0 bohinds, '16 pointo, Juniora' goalklokera - Popo, Buttor. fold, Travore (2), Mathowa, Pannell (2), Doan and Punshon. Amongst the boat for the Juniors woro Dunn. Ashford, Malonoy, Caao (in the cnutro, ono of his hard games), Travoru. "' Burloy" Thompson, the Juniorr' rover and forward,.was married last weeook To-day. The Juniors play lfootsoray at iootu oral, TIto team will beo hououa from the following;--Punshon (2), asao, Ashford, Malonoy, l)oan, Dunn, Cuun, Jamicoon (2), Smuytho, Matthows, llogg, -Thompson, Lodwaok, MoLoughlli, Buttortflod, P.i nol, Groonaway,Wallkor, Molunoa,Woouods, Mooro, IIall and Allon. Morning Stars v. Moroland Distriot, at Brunswlok last Saturday, Moroland, 14 gotal 11 bohinds; Stars,...

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FOOTBALL. [BY BOUNDARY]. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 16 May 1914

FOOTBALL. [BY IIOUNDARY]. Williamstown, 6 goals 18 bhhindl-3-8 ptL 11 untuwiklr, 0 goals 18 behindo-fi ptt \Villianttown's goal-klikers--Mitclhell, Amy, Wallit, MoTaggart. lifth day, 'Town's flrat rovoero. Undor disastrous ciroeumtaneou. A plucky atrugglo by the local teaom. Dl)ring the game, Town had four mon injured, Alloy, who had booeen playing tiloly on tho half-back line, waa almoat uiolosne after the middle of th seooend quarter, owing to a sprained ankle, Mitchell twisted hi aukle oton aftor warda, while libbs waa ineapacitated boforo half thno by a kick in the unklo, Roltman, in goiug for a mark, diolo oeted his ankle in the third quartor and took no further action in the game, MfoDonald took up Alloy's work and did it well, Anderaou defendod admirably. Dashlting out at one period of the game he took the ball half the longth of the ground, At half-time Williamstown led by [i puinut, For th o half of the game Alloy, Mitchell and Gibba wore puttering about praotically uatelea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 16 May 1914

Iiiiieanal Notiee. EAL -Tho Friondu of Oounoillor I1. iN Noal tiro reiooLiully info med Ihat the rolaiUu of hila Into bceovoed noconin ulddat eon. Henry Walter, will bo iuterred in tie Willlametuwn OoCmtory. Tho Munceal hi aippoiitiod to IIIIIvo from he ruaidoniw, Douugla la arado, NOewport, Tliltli DAY (Fatarday), at 2 olook, TItUS. LONSDAL1D, Under taker, For gunuu aircet, Williaaaatuvwu, IRiivo 26, WJi VI STOWN THEATRE Hole Lessee and Manager, GEO, zMI''1II, TOuN0IGHT'S PROGRAMM?aV NEW VARIETY ARTISTS. L Watrie. MAHZE & FLOE NC The Glroat. Skating Marvel. Continental Acrobats With Special Stage effects. and Equilibrists BITAR PIO'TURlJ?S TO-NIGIHIT, CROOK'S REVENGE, I FITZHUGH'S RIDE, Thlree pact Schg Star, Two art Lubin Sjpcial. Olthe pictures-"T'i,; HSWAN GIRL." "P?IRFOliMING( LIONS," "LAZV LiNE,"' " CI.U'I4ClES OF CONSCIENUI," and other sublijecti. Special Monday Night's Picture Star A PICTUIREI MASTERPIECI THE RAN OF TlU W Sp.. Iris.uircd bry William iWatt's tairoun P...

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LOCAL WHEAT SHIPMENTS. A RECORD SEASON. ABOUT TEN MILLION BUSHELS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 16 May 1914

LOCAL WHEAT SHIllPMi?ET[. A RICORD SIIrAWON. ABOUT TEN MILLION BUSUI?L9, Ti'mi wheat harvest for Victoria was upwards of thirty million bushels, the largest on record. The quantity re quirod for honme consumption is ten million bushels, leaving twenty million bushels available for export. Of that quantity, ten million bushels has been shipped from Williamstown. The re mainder was shippod from Oeelong, Port Melbourne and Victoria Dock or left at country stations and elsewhere awaiting transport or stored. The business done here during the season easily constitutes a record ; but it was carried on quietly and without a hitch by Mr 1), Blythe, the pieor master, and Mr Murphy, the chief clerk. The future of the wheat export trade is uncertain. Portland harbor, when completed, will be the nearest outlet for the Western Malice; Geelong, which has not very extensive berthage accomnnodation or adequate depth of water, will gradually overcome these drawbacks and account for a plortiou of the...

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LACROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 16 May 1914

LACR OSSE. Tlho A team exceeded their most san guino oxpoctmiions by easily defeating Malvera on Saturday, the final ouorce being 14 goals to 1, To-day the A team play Kow, Playora catch 1,20 train, Teams-Martin, Hick (2), Keig (2), Baker, Bowman, Davis, Forgo, Woato, Turton, Heowitt, Emor gouney-Jol. The B team won from Easondon on Saturday by 13 goalu to 3. If thiu team continues to show the form displayod up to the presoont, there appoara to be every chance of their flniuhing in the front ranks of the B saction. To-day the B team meet Malvern, Players catch 1,20 train and book to Armadalo, Team -Thompson, Balmer, Muller, Kellott, Orr. Triat, Davis, Drew, Bolger, Ogier, Lonsdalo, Emeorgenoy Baker. E team plays Hawthorn at Auburn. Catch 1,20 train. Team-Baraones, Lind, Chandlor, Boagloy, MoLaughlin, Mit choll, Roberts, 1{tubby, Bolgor, Webater, Wood, Ogler, Emorgonoe -C-Oooper, Torace, Warner, David, -The Bathing Company dirootors are of opinion that secondhand throo-quarteor inch ...

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