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COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. A SPOTSWOOD YOUTH. CHARGES OF SHOPBREAKING. ALLEGED ACCOMPLICE DISAPPEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 13 June 1914

COMMIITTED FOR TRIAL, A SPOTSWOOD YOUTH, CHARGES OF SHOPBREAKING.   ALLEGED ACCOMPLICE DISAPPEAR. Ernest William Libbis on Tuesday   appeared before Messrs Hick, Ward and Bunnett charged with breaking into the grocer shop of William Charles James, Spotswood, on 29th May and stealing one shilling and a revolver case therein. There was a second charge of entering the shop on June 2nd Sub-inspector Kenneally prosecuted. The accused, who is 23 years of ago, and an orphan, was undefended. William Charles James, grocer, carrying on business at Hudson's road, Spotswood, deposed that on May 29th he left the shop at twenty minutes past ten at night, he left a shilling, a sixpence and a threepenny piece and some coppers in the till and a revolver in a desk behind the butter counter, When he entered the shop next morn- ing, all the doors were locked and the windows were fastened as he left them; but the till was not a he left it. The shilling was missing and also the ...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 20 June 1914

- --~~ FBRRY SBRVI B.~B WILLIAMSTOWN TO PORT MELBOURNE. WINTER TIMIE TABLE. -Weoather and other circumstances permitting. On and after April 14th, the Service will be run as follows - From Gem Pier Williamstown Week days -.aM,-0,35 5.35, 0 35, 10,35, 11,35, 12.85, ..-.35, 2.35, 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 pi m. till 5,35, p,m, From Port Mlelbour: e Week days.-A.M -7 0, 9 0, 10.0 11 0, 12.0. r,M.-l.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, then 4,415, 5 30, 0 12. Saturndays,-11.0, 11 45, 12.30, 1.15, and 2, thonce hourly till 0 Sundays,-llourly from 2 p.Im, to 0 p'm. FARES-Williamnstown to Port Melbourne, 3d, single; 6d. return Children H-Ialfprice. Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/ MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, Ltd., Collins IHouse, Melbourne. The North Williamstown Corner Stores, Timber and Firewood Yards. Try OWllEIN 8 8®ik & 0C0. '' yorner Ferguson street and Railway placea Also Railway S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 20 June 1914

Ilý ulaelca &aii.cI 81 eld tioe 0tilo. F Olt B(ale Sooiety Book, HIelun in Yntravillo, will coll chvap,-Apply 108 Melbourno road, Not th Willjuinimtown. FIVI -Roomed Ilonrie for Palo, Iath, 1 (ouppor, 0lwored, grot. I garden and lawn. Eleootra streot. Cheaop. Blx-Roomed Honuo for S do, Ilhth, Copper, Powerod. 110 Railwtay Grecet. Cheap. IBlock of Land, Park Cresccnt, 921. Land for Baloe in Junction, Anderson and Ford utreots, Cheap. Meorgan, Ouno & C:. N EW DooIble Ftrontl Weathoroard oueo, t4 rooiti, bathroom, copper and trougnh. £50 doposit, balanc 18/ a week. principal and intoroeut, noar North Williametown utation. - Trover Jones and Co., Dougl tis parade. WILLIAlMbTOWN, 31 Mlnuts Railway Fitation, Wcll built D.F', Villa, 4 roomls, onclosed verandah and overy convenionoe, £375, £10 dlopouit, balanca rent. NEWP'OIRT. Main Melbourne Road, abol t now Up-to-dateo Villa, 5 rooute, overy eon vouloico, £385,1 £100 drposit, rent toriut, FTull particulilat Bed'"rna - iAJc...

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BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 20 June 1914

In tho Bowling OIub'o Billiard Touioa moot, Williamatown mot Ascot Valo hero on Wodnoeday ovoning Iast and won by 212 points, tho aOomre 19ing --Wlliname town, undorwood 110, Ryan 150, Ilohmoe 19, an Iloulton 159, o.tal 600. Aaoot Vale, IutohluIan 122, Hawker 110, 1Dolly 98, aud Davonpurk 0$, total 888,

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WITH THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 20 June 1914

WITR THEI JUNIORS. [BY WHIISTLIt], Town Juniors, 8 goals 9 behinds-- -57 pts, Camberwell ,, 6 ,, 30 ,, Juniors' goalkickcrs --Punshon 3, Mat thews 2, Case, Thomnlpson and Greenaway. Sickness being responsible for a shortage in the team, committeeman 'Joe" Case donned the regimentals for the Juniors and succeeded in notching one of the sixescrs, To-day. Port Melbournec v, Town Juniors on the local cricket ground. Since their former celing, Ports have attained top position on the premiership list, Town occupying second position, This mnatch is being looked forward to with great interest. A good game is an ticipated. C, Curtis has been appointed umpire. The juniors' team wvill be chosen from the following:-Punshon (a), Case, I)Dean, Dunn, Maloney (a), Gunn, Jamiceson (2), Iodwig, Butterfield, Panniell, Tucker, I'ope, Sinythe, Matthews, Flegg, Thompson (2), Greenaway, Walker, Woods, Maraun and Tenant, Greaves, About to couples attended the IBattery's social and dance at the Esplanade ha...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 20 June 1914

FOOTBJALL3. '- "- - (BY UOUNDAIRYJ Williamstown, 1 goals I bclhinds--54 points Brighton, 6 goals 6 behinds-42 points Eleventh day, 'Town v, Northcolte, WVilliamstown wins by a narrow margin. A high wind spoiled accurate kicking, Jones opened up play by fast and clever football, passing the ball and sheplcherding splendidly, Muclh speculation was indulged in as to Matt Outen coming baclk to form, For a first appearance, after a number of years absence, his football was very favourable. -Ic possesses what most other meumbers of the team are lacking in-the ability to carry the ball clean through the ruck. lie was very fond of trying his weight, but always in a fair manner, McLean justified the match committees' action in retaining his services in thle hope that hlie would develop into a good player, As lie gets more confidence, he should be one of the best. Middleton played up to his usual form, and AIney seems to be coming back to his old brainy football, VWallis was played at the las...

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STATE SCHOOL CONCERTS. OVERFLOWING AUDIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 20 June 1914

STATE SCIIOOL CONC13UTS. OVEIWLOWINC AUDIENOIES, THti Mechainics' Institute was in a state of siege on Monday evening. The scholars of the Central State School were down for a concert and they undervalued their drawing power by fixing the prices of admission at threeponce and sixpence. The sale of tickets was perenmptorily stopped by Mr Blradley during the afternoon aind when the doors were opened there was a fight for admission; but those wlho succeeded in getting in were in a minority, a larger crowd beinig left out side. On Thursday the concert was repeated and again there was a wild scramble for admission and the num ber disappointed was so large that a third concert was decided upon, as rn nounced elsowhere. " The most Miserable Man on Earth '" was cleverly presented as a character sketch by Master Cliff Hansen, who also gave a Harry Lauder itemn " Thle Wedding of Sandy McNab " and Miss Dorothy Hansen danced "La Rose' daintily. Miss Olive Woolfo and girls presented a very prett...

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LACROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 20 June 1914

LACROSSE. The re was no doubt about South YarTi'o suportority on Saturday whon they do roated Town by 18 goals to one. The game, howover, was moro ovenly a n tented than tho corea indicoato, Turton and Howitt both worked hard, but the latter crowded his goal on Saturday and should enoudeavour to make his play umoro uopon. Liakor played a touch improved game on the back lino, Forgo scoured Towa's goal. The "A " team playa South Yarat again to dry on tho local ground. This match is the ..commencemtent of the aecond round, Team-Martin, Hicl (.t), ICoig, Stubbo, nBakeor, Bowmau, Davis, Forgo, Weasto, Turtoun, IIoHewitt. Fmergeneoy-Woods. The "B " team had a good win at the oexpense of Canterbury, by 8 goals to 4. Ogior, in goal, atopped splondidly, while Baker, at point, played with excellenout judgatout, Jool was conseltontly good attackInglu. '[The goal wore thrown by Drew (4), Williams, (2), Davia and Orr, "B" team playa Malvorn to-day at Workahops ground. Toeam will be -Thompson, Wi...

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HOLY TRINITY FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 20 June 1914

HOLY TRINITY 1FSTIVAL. [IHOLY Trinity Church Choir Festival filled the building on Wednesday even ing. T'he prograumme was carried out exactly as printed, there being no clap. ping and no encores. Every item gave evidence of careful proparation and the quality wes uniformly good from be ginning to end. The choir was sup. plemnented by Miss Minnie Paton, who was in good voice and gave a highly satisfactory rendering of " The Lord is My Light " and "The Nightless Land" besides the part she played in the choral work, Mr W. [I. Roberts was also an '' immigrant," his contributions being " Ilosanna in Excelsis " and a well sustained rendering of ''" The Lost Chliord." Miss Maude Phillips sang with smoothness and expression " Nearer My God to Thee " and Miss Hobbs displayed the quality and re sources of her voice in " Through Love to Light." Mrs Josephson was down for two number " Abide with We " and " O Divine Redeemer," Both were well given, the second being perhaps the finest effort she...

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WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE SPECIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 20 June 1914

WILIAMS'TOWN THiiATiREI A IiLgUxIuIUL PIC1'URi tPl11OIAL. On Monday night at the theatro the pretty p'ay, In the Biohop'e Carriageo was allown in pltotre form, with Mary Pictkford, the Queen of moving picture act -osuoes, in the leading rolo, The at:ry lackni nothing of the Interoat othor in pioture form or apokon play, The novel feat of a girl brought up from childhood in the company or rogues and thiovos and how alto wta reformed by mcre o iud uons makces an absorbing story, whioh pleased everyone who witnessed it, Other variety and picture oubjeota com. plated an oxcellenout oenteortainmnout. Newman and Hughes, a duo of trick cycliaots, make their firat appearance to night. These artists are described as being the very limit of what can be ano compliehod on a bicycle. Athur Douglas, the popular Scotch comedian, will make a reappearance in now songs and imita tions of Harry Laudoer. The pictures for to-night include two star dranmai, An American King and A Modern Jerkyoll and Mr H...

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WILILAMSTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 20 June 1914

\YILILA5lSTOWN IRACES, -0------· it, Orr and bla commaittco have ofered a very valuanblo progrannmme for this day weooak and at the fixtureo has invariably proved a fltittng Curtain raieoor " for the more important Grand National and Australian Hurdle and Steooplechase meetings of Jualy and August, there li no doubt the tixture of June 27th will recolve a full sbaro of attention both hem owuoru and racogoing publio. Frequontly the formL displayed by hurdleo and otooptochaseo oandidates at corrou pundiug winter moetings of the W,IR,. havo naliated backers in arriving at the Vt,0. and V.A.T.., events ti their moneotary advantago and there is overy reaon to expoect that the local olub will receivoe a record entry for nexrt Eisturday's mooting,

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SURFERS' SOCIAL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 20 June 1914

SURFERS' SOCIAL CLUBl Tit u above club held its assembly on T'uesday evening. It took the form of t plain, fancy dress mask dance, which ?roved a great success. There were some 60 couples on the floor in fancy :ostumes, and they all looked as if they vere enjoying themselves The follow ng prizes were awarded;-Best dressed ady, Miss Willis, Moonce Ponds Private Quadrille Olub ; best dressed tent, Mr I. Fisher most original, \liss a'lctatm, afoonce Ponds Private Quadrille Club; most original gent, MIr Isaac; Moonee Ponds Privato Quadrille Club. Mr II. Bottonm acted as judge and had a very difficult task, but proved himself quite comipatent The hall was decorated in the Club's colors, blue and gold and did credit to the committee. A mnusic.al itemni Lendered by Mliss Rita - Bottom was much app'cciated. The next assembly will be held on June 3oth.

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THE MARKET RESERVE. PROPOSED USE FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES. STRONG PROTEST BY LOCAL CLUBS DEPUTATION TO THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 20 June 1914

THE AI/llWKET RESEIIVE, PROPOSEiD USII BOt SCHOOL PUltPOSE , ITRONO PRiOTIIT llY LOCAL OLUBS DEPUPA'IhONT TO THE COUNOIL. ON Tuoeday ovening Mossars J. CamCron, Presidout of the Cricket Club, J. L Drew, reprooenting the Junior Crickt Anoociation, and W. Philip, scroetary of tihe Presbytelorian Cricket Club, rwaitod on the Council to protest against the proposed trans for of 100 foot of the Market resooerve to trhe Education D)opartment, The followingit lotter was road : Utitu trsitit,--O1L7 bohtilf of thio various sport olubs of Williamsotown we bog to ask that you will ho good enough to kindly give further considoration to tho propoual to Iaird over a ftuthor portion of MIto Markot reajrva to the Education DOpartmrort foir ahool purpoeos and do diro to advanco the following reasona toin favor of our rorequesnt. 1. That tho preoaont area Ia and has boon used as a rooroation ground for a cosider iblo number of yoears, vi : Crickot and football. It is at present used by a jajior footb...

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VINE LODGE, SPOTSWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 20 June 1914

VINE LOI)GE, SPOTSWOOI. TilE Vii e Lodge, Spotswood, held its annual social and presncutation night on Saturday last and a very enjoyable evening was spent. Bro. Berry, of the Grand Lodge, who is a well-known city architect, coniplimented the lodge on the new l )or and said it reflected great credit on the brothers who put it down. During the evening, the G.R.W fM. presen'ed the retiring R.W.,M., Bro, R. Robeits, with a gold medallion representing the emiblems of the Order of Free Gardeners. Bro Roberts suitably responded. The G,R WM. then presented a framed certificate to Bro. Eggertt, a new arrival in this. country, who is one of the best workers in the lodge. Bro. Eggertt being away on holidays, Bro, S. Roberts received the presentation on his b half Refreshments having been handed round, dancing was re sumed. Bro, Girdiner, M.C., kept the dancing very selret.

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INSPECTOR WANTS VEHICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 20 June 1914

INSPIICTOl WANTS VIIICLE. Tin: Town Iniipoctoi, in hit report to the Council on Tuoeday ovening, offered to provide himuolf with a horse and vehiclo if the Council would allow hint 10/. a wooeek for itt upkeep, lHe aid with v, light horeo and trap he could geot about expeditiously froif place to placo and carry the gear re. quired for hita oupectionut. Ho alto required to bo provided with a tat of Avery acaloet. Cr Neal-Thi mattllor ahould stand over till the and of the year. It requiret coucidoration, 'Ihe nimatter wa referred to the outtiuates.

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LODGE MEETINGS. TRAFALGAR LODGE, U.A.O.D. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 20 June 1914

LODGE MEETINGS. TRAFALGAR LODGE, U.A.O D. THE half-yearly meeting of the above lodge was held in the Mechanics' Insti tute, when the report and balance sheet were submitted, showing the total funds to be £2751/19/10, an increase of £13G/17/6 for the half year. The sick allowance disbursed during the haifl year amotunted to £136/17/6, and the numerical strength of the lodge in creased to 392 members. The follow. ing newly.elected officers were installed by D.P. Bro, Rankin, of the Ivy Lodge, in a very abe manner: -A I), Bro J Fisher; VA, Bro, J. Musicka; secretary, Bro. T. I). Conmpton i treat urer, Bro. J. J. Liston; I.O., Bro, Coglan; O.G, Bro. \V. Clark; A.D B., Bros. WV. Regan and C. Jones; V.A.B, Bros. G. Compton and Spencer; min ute secretary, bro. R. Smiddy. An official visit was paid by the Olive Leaf brethren, who conducted the business of the evening and initiated six new inonehers. The lodge then adjourned for harmony and some excel lent items were rendered, the following ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 20 June 1914

Ladies' Costumes0. Coats0 Furs0 WVe have just purchascd a Mlanufacturcrs' Stock, in all the Latest Styles. Only one of each design. PRICES BELOW COST. Remnants;~~~ **-·-- R~~educed.k Just coioe and see the slaughtered prices in Rcimnnant Linos, Oilcloths, Carpets, Runners, &c, Price no object, WVe must clear all to make room for our Incoming shipments, Blankets. COLONIAL Blankets, O, TI EDC 0 11ms17 FatIO8Ow s KEA Y 8 & C Drapers, NYlormers, &c, 238 NELSON PLACE, WILLIA1ST1OWN9, Soll it for LESS beonauso thoy sell for CASH. DRAPERY, We are stocking Ladoles' Undorolothing in good nualities at Low Prieoon, Binglots, largo varioty, in Cotton and also Wool, 1/- to 3/6. Corasts, 1/11 to 3/11, Gloves, 6d. to 1/11, Umbrollas, 1/ti to 7/li, Ladioes' losiory, cotton, 6d.; cashmiero, 1/- to 2/6. Also good rango of nuoy Hosieory Sfor evening wear. Bilk ankleo, 1/11, tauso Lislo, elox, 1/10, ote, Child ren's All-wool Sox, 6d, , 6d; Fanoy Top, 1/-, otoc. Gatora, all wool,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 20 June 1914

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. Steampacket Hotel, COLE STREET. aJ. DAVIS,~ ~Proprietor,~ Late of Christchurch Neile Zealand, Bogs to announce that ho has takon over this oldland wvell established commercial house and wishes to inti mate he intends running it on first-clasue lines. Ounly Bost Branuds of WViucs and Spirits in 8Sock, First ehis iBilliard Room containing Two Alcock' B Dreut Tables. Carlton on Tap, DINNER from 12 till 2 p.m. Superior Accommodation. Good Stabling. 'Phone 93 WVilliamstown. Within 1 Miinnute Boat, Train and Beanobh, SAMEL SPRY'S SHOE STORES. R. J. WAT ERMAR PrDoprietor,. Nelson Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht Olub Hotel.) ooos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at 5/- in the E 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 quick returns mean a saving to Purchasers. THE NATURAL FOOD FOR ALL LEATHERS , L;...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 20 June 1914

Mr F. J, Ogden roported to the Williamstown branch of tho Australian Natives' Association on Monday evening that ho had attondoe a conferonco attended by the Yarravillo, Footaoray, North Melbourne and Konsington branohes and convened by the Esoondon branch of the Assooiation to oonsidor the noxious trtdos question. He had drafted a resolution pledging the con feronco to co-operato with other diatriots that woro ondeavoring to have the noxious trados removed. Tho resolution was oarriod. At the same time, it was admitted that the conforonoo had boon forestallcd by the E:sondon progroes Association which, with tho Iuoundon Couucil, had waited on tho Piomlor and had boon informed by the Promier that the power to doal with noxious trades waa in tho bill to oreato a Greater Melbourno Council, The Yarravillo dolegateo did not want tho artificial manure industry to be intorfered with, and tho Mlomington branch aaid the creation of a noxious tradoe area would deprive them of eoveral mombora,...

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NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 20 June 1914

NOTES OF THE WEEK. -Hibernian Quadrillo club'u aseembly on Weduneday. -Newman nail lighcs trick eyclits at the The atro to-night. -Mr W. H. Maynard has bnou appoint ed organist and choirtmastor of the Methodist church, Eloectra street. -The licoone of the Stoampaclkot hotel has been tranoferred from Mr. J. Davis to his son-in-law, Mr R. J. Cooko, -Mr. R. N, Findlay hs removed dur-. ing the wooeek into a noatly built villa ereoted for him on the Strand by Mr. J, Murdoch, -The widow of the lato Mr Josoph Page has boon presn ted with a medal to which he was entitled by virtue of his membership of the Itoyal Naval Resolvo since 1870. -The tender of the " Advertieor " for the supply of puinting for the noxt twelve months was accopted by the Counocil on Tuesday evening. -" Mabol at the Wheel" a star picture, will be shown at the Emprosn pavilion on Wednesday evening at the Frelandly Sooleties' Asscoiation show foe the bonofit of the rifle rangoe fund. -Amongst the naumes of ouceeful stude...

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