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EMPRESS PAVILION. GREAT BALKAN WAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914
EMlPESS PA VILION, GRIEAT BALKAN WAR PIOTURES, On next Wednesday and Thursday ovenings, the managiotncnt will present to tho publio of Williamstown for tho lirst timo " The Groat Balkan War Pieo tureu," The earliest views will be of Salonika, showing the damago done to buidings in the towns and thoedillioultlou oxporlionood by the (Grooeks in dislodging the Bulgariautns who remained, Next comes a sories of viows of Elciroe, show. ing the action of the Ualgarians in re tarding tho advanco of their foes. We aeoo troops on the march in bivouao and in action; oavalry fording streains; a whole army oroussing a river; artillory pounding away at the enolny'u position, We actually sco the Ilattle of Dohumaja in progress and can noto thi dead and wounded being treated for ghasoutly in jurions by thi lied Cro?ss contingentts. One man, wlho in one of the picotures is soon under treatmoent for an injury to the skull, died, we are told, oven while the cameri is at work, An interouting incident i...
EMPIRE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914
EMPIRE DAY, YEGSTE?DAY Rddooso? ill colubation of Empire Day woro doliverod at tho Gontral Stato Iohuol by Hov. Franlc Lynob, Mr Parrkes ropreconting the School Committoo, nnd Mr U, M. Bradloy, hoad teaochoer of tho sohool. An olaborato programme wVl Iumost Impressivoly carried oat by tho childron, who had boon well preparod for tho ovont. The ainging appropriato to the occasion waa under the biton of lMr Alfred Uowler, Similar domountrationu took placo Lit Nowport and North Willianmtown eohols, Meoser Hall, lIoriot and marm-er boeing the spoeakers,
MATRON AND COMMITTEE. A DIFFERENCE OF OPINION. OVER HOSPITAL VISITING HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914
M1ATR'ON AlND COMMIT'lliB, A I)I~t1ERENIC1 01 OPINION, OV]l1 HOSPITAL VI81'INQ I]OURS. The matros of the H-lospital, Miss Pierre lumbcrt, attended thie lIos. pital meeting on Thursday to report upon the proposal to open the hospital to visitors for two hours in the even. ing between six and eight, The matron said the charge would be detrimental to the working of the lospi'al and to patients seriously ill it would also increaso the nusses hours on dury. For these reasons she could not conscientiously recouniend the change nor take the responsibility of ,naking it. The (Chairman (Rcv J T. Baglin) \VWe are managing the hospital and have to fix the hours; tihe matron does not take the point of view of theI hus band whose wife is in thle hospital and who cannot spare the time to visit tlhe Hlospital "on Thursday afternoon, \Vould it not be possible to substitue Thursday evening for Thursday after noon 1 The matron s tid it would not with out increasing the hours of nurses. 'Thle Chairmon...
TEMPERANCE MEETING. THE NO LICENSE CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914
TEMPERANCE MEETINC . THE NO LIOENI3E OAMPAI(N. Rv, F;rank Lynch presided at a meet ing under the auspices of the Williaiis town WVcnicn's Christian Tnemper unce Union held at tile Templerance lIall on Wedncsday evening, The chanirman said he did not niake it a practice, when ill a poor parish, to fire away at the riclih. He had Ieen in \Villianistown five miontls anit he had his eyes open Iland opened during that tinme. He had beesn practiclly theu first vicar of the neicwly formed parisli of Malvern conmprising a population of ablout.too, Yet that parish contained only one public house and it was the only one for miles aloug Olencferrie road in a northerlily diicction, 'Tlie people about there were better balanccd tlhau the pIeoplle about here, They had a little bit too mnuch conimon senuse to be seen tottering about the prilcipal ' strceets, IlLerc, the evil was to be found in its native hiideousuess, Along thie Fronlt here was to be: found enough to make one think, It was a very ...
THE IMPROVEMENT CHARGE. ELPHIN AND FARM STREETS. OBJECTIONS URGED BY OWNERS. WORK TO BE PROCEEDED WITH. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914
THE IMPROVEMENT CHARGE. EILLHIIN AND ]FARM STR?Etirs, OBJECT'IONB UROED BY OWNERS, WOKl TO hE PROOEEDED WITI. T'iiit:' wilal a apecial moeting of tho Coullncil on Tueo?ntlay evening to hoar objectionli to the imnpoition of a chari'go for making Farm and Elphin rotrei, Tlhere woro Ipreout Cra. lit?On (Mayor), Treganowan, ( ravel1, WYoodtl, Joiicphollnil Neal ani Duncan, Mr. Franlk WVoodl, an a reaident of Form u' tret, objecled to the chargo aa unl'air. i\lany lthad paid rateas for thirlt y'arl andll otller llhad bought lainl ill the belief thlat the atreet had beon i311en over by thioe Couuncil, The ratIe:i were ao high a in i, many of theI ao-callllcd ipublic utroeettl, For tllhetlo reasoni, the work would itulpoo a hardhip oll tihe reaidento, Mr. John Bcllutt aslkod if tllhelo procOedinga wore a continuance of the proceedingo of January 10th, or original. Thie Mayor-VWe wvill answer tihat afterwardo. Ar, lehutt coniutelredl the facta pIreiontcd to counael for olpiiiion wore fair, ...
INSULTING BEHAVIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914
INSULTINGi BUIIAVIOI, JAMl?S Vernon was yCtstoIdaiy chrgLd before Miessrs Ilolton and Ionsdale with insulting belhavior, Consthable Smith was arresting a nm;n named August Friebeig ab the \Vool pack hotel on April othli and hc said Vernon caught hiold of thIe plisoncr and usjed 1the cxpressioun comnplaincd of, A bluc of 20/. wais limiUposed.
NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914
NOITES F TflIE WEEK. ---+-s- --Ilibornian Quadrillo Club on Wed noeaday ovouening at Mechanuics' lstituto, --Spooial Empireo Day surviocs will be hold at the local Mothodiut churches to.morrow. -The Municipal Uasld will play iu the Gardens to-morrow weok in aid of the Bendigo Mino Disastor. -One of the icrst blocks of laud sottled on in the town iu Tho?tonlpon streeoot will be offered to-day by Mr W. II. O'Rourko. -It is anu?ounced thatl tho W\Villiams town Contral Tennis Club's ecoond Annual Ball will be hold on Thursday, 2nd July. -Another moeting of theo Williamrstown and Distriot Amnateur Boxing Asseuoiation will be hold at the Stoatlpnlackot hotel on Tuesday oveniug next. -MIss Mariorio llusloll, pupil of Miss N, Dick, L.A.B., has anusoed with bonoturs the olomontary grado of the Musiocal Soioty's examinations. -On Wednoesday night only, at the theatre. "London by Day and Nigh'," from Windsor Castleo to Potticoat L!uno will be shown. Boats may be resorved at the Theatro, -The M...
AN AFFABLE MAN. ON SULPHATE OF QUININE. IMPRESSES THE MAGISTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914
AN AITAHLIE MAN. -0~-- ON SUhPIIATIE OI (QUININI, IMRI'I1,jBE:; 'rIile MAOItIYT/II, AS. Jollui I logan, a rejident of 'Tourak, employed at the Newport \Vorkshiope, iapleared before th honorary .jutices on Tueaday charged with inaulting boehavior at Newport oii Saturnday last' Constablo Tatcheoll was in Colling wood road at quartelor Ipaat eleven and as he approached tih railway station he received a moat profound saluta tion from Ilogau, Before Tatchlell had time to appreciate the aignilicanco of the compliment hle snaw Hogan bow ing )Prodigiouldy to overybody that came along, lo liftetd hi haint to a boy and eovery lady that came along received a moit graceful mark of recoglnition, Hogan, who amuIlt very utronglp of liquor, and rcmoed like a man who had boon drinking and was out of hiu i mind, tooii got a crowd round him and was eventually locked up, LHogan uai(l hle would be very norry if theo Bench uppoa?od for a moment he woa under tihe influence of drink, (LAughtor), Ie had got...
ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914
1 ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. SCONGRltGAT'IONAL BUNDAY O[OOhL, I TI',\INNG the Child was the subject of Rev W, L, Loe's addrces at the Congregational Sunday School annivcr sary scavice last Sunday, Mr ,ud brood was 20 minutes late for the afternoon address owing to a delay in the train journey and he made the pioneer steam engine " Puffing Billy " a very appropriate theme, " Is the Young Man Safe ?" was the question answered by the pastor, Rev, C. Brewer, at the evening service Miss Iucy Millis (alto) sang " Jecus will never Forsake Thee" at the mornisng service; Miss Tilly \Wilson was the afternoon and Miss Elsic Kendall the ovening soloist. Miss lhlodwen Evans and Miss Mary Campbell sang the duct " Lead Us O' SheIpherd " in the eveniig. The children's choir nun bhered aoo, The task of handling and training this big force was in the hansds of Mr C, W. GIaham, who also con. ducted. The alto voices were plr ticularly fline. Miss Mattic Armnstroing presided at thle organ and the musical arr...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914
Marriage. &nbsp; &nbsp; JORGENSON—TAYLOR (Silver Wed- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ding).—On the 24th May, 1880, at the Wesleyan Church, Chilwell, by the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Rev. A. R. Edgar, John, eldest son of Captain Jorgenson, of Denmark, to Charlotte, fourth daughter of Mr Edward Taylor, contractor, Chilwell, Geelong. Present Address—" Romo," 167 Douglas parade, N. Williamstown. HOPE--HARDING.—On the 23rd May, 1889, at Geelong, by the Rev. Thomas, Comus, the third youngest son of the late Richard and Elizabeth Hope, late of Geelong, to Mary Ann Amelia Hard- ing, eldest daughter of the late Wil- liam and Mary Ann Harding, late of Hamilton, Victoria. Bereavement. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; NEAL.—Councillor H. J. and Mrs Neal &nbsp; and Family wish to return their sincere thanks to their friends, also Dr. Webb, for letters, cards and floral...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
WILLIAMSTOW TO O" OELBOLURNE, WINTER TIMlE TABLE. -Weather and other circumstances permitting. On and after April 14th, the Servico will be run as follows r From Gem Pier Williamstown Week days.-A.?.--6,35 8.35, 0.35, 10.35, 11.35, 12.il, ',5 -1,35, 2.385, 3.35, 425, 5,10, 5.50. Saturdays as usual till 10.35, thouen 11.25, 12,10, 12.50, 1,35. Thence hourly till 5.35 Sundays.-Hourly from 1.35 p.m. till 5,35, pt, From Port Melbouroc Week days.-..? -7.0, 9.0, 10.0 11.0, 12,0. i.M.-1.0, 2.0, 3,0, 4.0, then 4,,45, 5.30, 0 12, Saturdays,-11.0, 11.45, 12.30, 1,15, and 2, thence hourly till 6. Sundays,--l lourly from 2 p.,. to G p.m. FARES-Williamnstown to Poit Melbourne, Id. single; tid. return Children Hlalfpricc, Weekly Tickets, 1/6 ; Monthly Tickets, 0/ MEILUOURN1E FERRIES Pty, LtAd,, Collins House, Melbourne. The North Williamstown Cornoer Stores, Tiambe and Firewood Yards. 4J~~~~[ 6r~ vFN 0 ' l!> E N-1, E (D I` 4 CC J. COorner lForguomn t;troot and itailway pl.ac Also kRalway Sidin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
AullaIiyl?, - - TUESI)AY. JUNE 2otd,WEI)NItl)AY, i TI!URSDAY, 4th, FRIDAY, 5th, and Following Days, At 0 DOUGLAS PARADE, To Hotel and Boarding HIouse Propriotors, also to the Trade, and to the Publio Generally, Fr REVOR JONES & CO, have boon in L atructed by Mesars Lovvoy & Co , Manufacturors' Aannts, Melbourno, to Boll by PUBLIO AUCTION an Immonso Stuck of NOTTINGIIAM LACE OUR TAINS, Tho stock comprisca over 2000 pairs, inoluding oxclusive designs of Egyptian, Scotch and Swiss Nottiugs, The Curtains are of a recent shipment from tho Manufacturors, ahd will be sold daily at 2,80, by public and private treaty, Togethor with a Miscollanuous Stock of Travellors' Samples, iuoluding Ladies' and Gonts' Showorproof Raglan Overcoats, Muffs and FBurf, llBdaproads, Umbrellas, Mats, Table Covers, and over 300 lots of E.P. Ware, Cutlery, &o. WEDNESDAY NEXT, JUNE 3rd, At 2,80 at our Rooms. lREVOR JONES & CO., under in Lstruotions Irom various ownores, will soll--S...
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
The local club ran another stako hbut wook. There were ton ontrios, and the winner turned up in Mr E. Wyatl's Springtime, with Mr I. Rloblison's Trixio oceond and Mr (1, Terigg'u St, Wynne third, iarest wreo plontiful, but very wild, To-night, ontriesa cluoin at the Stoamnpaokot hotel, Cole tront, for a trophy protentcd by Mr Wyatt, Albion hotel. An we havo had plenty of rain, a large entry iu Cxpcotcd,
LACROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
LAoCIOSsE. "A" Team met with their second ro verao on Saturday by a flo' combination represonting M.O,0. The gamoe, played at Wesloy Collego ground, was evenly contested in at leant throo terme, when Town quite hold their own, Had the local homes taken full advantago of their saoring opportunitiae, the result may have boon different. Charlio Hick war easily the bosat for his aide, while the Koig brothora wore reliable. Martin wa ceonsistontly good in goal, Davin performed well, but had to rotire for two quarters owing to an injury to hin eye. The goals wore thrown by, Davis 2, Weate, It. Hick and horge, The "A" team playa Cantcrbury to-day at the Gardens. Toam--Martin, Iiok (2), KoIg (2), Baker, Bowman, Davis, Forgo, Woato, Tnuton, IIowitt, IEmor gouoy-Joeol, -iThe "B"' Team playeda man short, and were defeated by Middle Park by 11 goals to 5. That the team was short on the local ground does not spoak well for the enthuasinasm and interest of tomo of the "B" playern Balmor, Ogior, K...
BACK BEACH DOCK. COUNCILLOR BYRNE'S SUGGESTION. SOME ADVERSE CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
BACK BEACH DOCK. O00UNOILLO1R IIYIRNE'S SUIQGESTION' BOME ADVER9SE ORITIOISMh, ' Courzelt,ison Byrno, at the mooting of the Pablic WVorks Committooe on Tueos day evening, uaid the suplply of sewer spoil for road metal wasu becoming oxhaustod. The Council in the near futuro must buy stono, buy a quarry site or apply to the Land 1) Depart mont for leave to quarry on the Back BoUch. To purchale a quarry site, it would be nocenary, he was told by Councillor Noel, to go outside the town, Last Saturday he had mar Io another examination of the Back Beach at low tide and ho believed enough atone might be obtained there to keeoop the Council going for five or six years. There was no other quarry. ing land nearer than Braybroolk or Weorriboo. The source of supply shllould be detormined before deciding on the purchase of a now crusher, Cr Gravell was not favorable to interfering with Back Beach. He feared it would be liable to got flooded out, lie would like to know it a better site could not ...
NEWPORT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
NEWPORT NEWS, AT the iuvit:ltiou of Rev, y . I.W. tlstcn, tho vioar of Obrist Olhurch, Nowport, tho Rov A. U, IEbba and Sluti,r TLuiso con ductod a mi?aiou iu the iuteor,;ts of trh OChurch Missionary Associatii lt iho Parish HLIl, with ocoil:.t reoultO. Good audiences both afteoroon and even ing, Much enthusiasm has boon nrourm d especially amongast tho young peoplo in iniavionary cause, and a Bowor' liaind metos overy fortnight, on Saturday after. noon (boys and girls) to sow and malnli facturo toys and artiolou for the Aborigi nen and hoathoni, The Rov, G, W. Hatton has bccn unc oceslfl in organising a young men and boys' athletic club inu connection with the Ohurch, It is undonominational in character, but the oflloors must bolong to the Ohurch of England, This is a stop in the right dirotion, as the physical dovclopumoat as well as spiritual is necoossay, It il oxpoLted to be a successful onterpriso, An ox porienood instructor is boeing arranged for and cortain gymnastic apparat...
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. A DOG ILL-TREATED. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
CORRESPONDENCE -o Wo do not ncassaorily Identify outrselves with the opinions oxpress?d by our oorreapoU douts. A DOG ILL-TREATED, To the Editor of the "Advertiser." Snt,-As a constant subscriber to your valuable paper, I crave space to call public attention to a dartardly act which occurred in Meibourne road, Newport, last Saturday morning, whereby a poor defenceless little poodle was kicked into a state of insensi bility by some unknown person, See ing the poor brute struggling on the footpath, I made vain endeavors to ascertain the culprit with a viow of bringing about a prosecution, but with out avail. Having to proceed im mediately to the country, I had not the tiune to go thoroughly into the matter. At a p.m. on Sunday I learned that the poor animal was dying on a green at the rear of my lodging house, I immediately drowned it to end its sufferings. I trust, Sir, that any per son who witnessed the affair will at once call the attention of the authori ties with a view of hringi...
MR. CARNEGIE'S HOME MOTTO. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
1Mr. Andro' Carnegio has adopted inll his Scottish -eat, Skiho (Castlo, the pirtty culstiom of pIlacing a homenly motto over thie fire-placo in ono of thoe prin iipal rooms: - (lao ('at, (Gao north, lao south, Gao west, TIamio's host. Iho rhymo which Mr. Carnegio has had iiscribed is, of course, not new in suti ment, though tho form differs from the familiar and ever fresh, "l ast, west nIlauo's best." All unusllul variation or this, Fv tho way, was recently perpe Iritted by ia schoolhly who had riaslm "cmpoirarily to regret his residence i'. ida fathor's house. His version rian: Westerly, easterly, Homo is beastorly.
WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE BIG VARIETY NOVELTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
WIILlAMSTOWN TIlIHATREI B10 VARIlTY NOVIhTIllS, The proramulo at tho thlloatro during the wook hat boou woll up to the high itandard maintained by the now manago mont. Tiwo oxoellout varioty actl ap. poarod and ploaeod with now novoltiet and comedy. Theo pioture8 Wor well recevoed and onjoyed. A epoeatl t0orlo of living Lonudon wn s omreuod [on Wed nosday night and proved highly luetrue tivo mud entortaining and groat credit it duo to theo nanagomunt In bringing to Williamatown uch oxceollent aubjootn, For to-night'u progranmno, two of the groatoat utar nuote in vaudoville will comnmonco a siu niglt'ht eoaaon, The )o-Rio-Ml, Trio and the Ululaunma Baby and Co,, astsitod by Miu? Lolita, the famous tlpanihl dancor, The Do-Ro-MI Trio will introduco their groat eocon trio mundeal tepoolalty, and the Glulauma Baby Coy, will perform theirsoroamingly funny Ilurlosquoe panish Bull Fight with olaborateo tlago nottiug and wondoerfully tralned doge diuguiaed as Imull, The pieturo progriunuo 1i...
GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
GENERAL INGIlViAI'ION. --·.*s-- T'ill Kli'sei'r hlas mall , ol tliu t'v'lrati , two publiIc splucttliL's in u wcclk durltil tic list t'li ycarl's. It takes lbout tlii'c sucodtls for a liicssagu to go from unit cniiul of thl Atlantic cIabtil tol tlh oliher. This i about 700 inilcs pi' sucolld. --A----- Malta is ' the i ulstl tlhickly populatel d is. iul il thi worldl., 11 hlias l,:l ll people to tllic sl lilllr lilih. Lilrbili hc ;, l,oll I cipeople ill'' lih. /'iiitapUin le, , row -' . |, l'lh tifullly ill " itltll itl i'l ilit . - i'sissill litt it is not wn0th whihe catitilg tiii to inlltlict, a ll thy i ar ufttun p iven Lo the pitgs. thli otnly creature w\hidit is hl l riti it bcilu, llii tl''s in I''sh vlitiwa r, anlu l pls1hc' thl rcllltaiilltlc r to ' its dahl ; ill htlud. Ill llkli ihlulil Habliljatli lhigilits at i6 p.. i o uB Itr(ilvay, wlhuii thit chlrh tl bull is tlolll.d,, tul cnls ont Sunday tl thli ll iicn hlou'r. 1'oriiicrly no vussl couldti ldavu tlhu portI bu twucn ...