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TYLER-LORD. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914
TYLER-LORD. On Tunday eo-onlng, Juno 23rd, Holy Trinity Church was the seeneo of a vory pretty wodding, tho contracting partleI being Miss Yvonno Tyler, only daughter of Mr and hMrs I. R. Tyler. Nelson placo, itl Mr C, P. Lord, for~th son of lthe Roy Thotom an d tMra Lord, iof Iow, The Rov Ir mik Lyoch was tho ofll,iarting olorgy mian and appropriate munie wan rendered by tlhu rganiu*, Mi-it Ada Browno. The tc tlhati tllo l rgo church wan quite Illlod with ilts rtnt:d spectators teatilled Lt tht plttpularilty of the youthful Ibride, whLi, lolI?od livyoly in httr bridtal r Iho of ivory cio.-do-t:lhin, , with collrt Irein trirntotl with point d'oprit and npray8 of orralngo IblofitOli, with ;a vcil of tl n arrLIngCd with iac irlnLt of pearla and -.trango blui-t. ~lit c,irritld a aoiuat of lizlont, whlito rotit+rt anid orchid and wat givon away by hor i thior, Little Mii Eri?r ic Cat!itor, who Iolocid vory chi rrmiltg ini a dainty frock of Ipelo hIelio trtlot, actcl ct t, ratill itriro ...
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914
FIRilNDLY SOCIIETIES' ASSOCIATION A picture niglht for tlh bunefit of) thl United Friendly Suciotije' Autociatiion wat hield on Wednlendaly eovmingii at Emlprcli PNvilion. A variod and at trnetivo liat of' Iul)jeaitu wal Huroened by Mr Robert Carnio, theo loaoe, and mtl with tho appreciation of a largo naudiencio, --The council of Triuity (ollogo !lllloiiun1oM m thl t lth lirominby prizo ill Hlolle?idtio Orcok for tho your 1011 hal bIoot awarded to thoe llv IFrank lilolh, M.A.,II.D, The oxaminora wUoro th wardon of the collogo (Dr Loopor) and tho Rov G. 1C, Aloki, -
WEDDING. STONE—WHITER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914
WEDDING, 8TONI--WilITR, A quiet but proetty wedding was oolo brated on Friday, 12h Jinno, 1014, at I p,m at D rons strooet Peebytorian Ohureh, SJ?th Molbournmo, the contract ig -parties being Mr George Stone, aeond son of Mr and Mrs 0, Htone, of "8 telmo " Russol place, and Mins Alioo E, Whiteor, ldoet daughtor of Mr and Mrs T; Wnitor of "Swanilo," Poolman street, Port Mlolbourne, The bride was gowned in white cropo-do-eobino and shadow lace, with court train of poarls, hand omb assed veil and the uanl apray of orange bl rnsom and carried shower bouquet of white flowere and riblion. The bridesmaids were Misses llsio and 3rtlio Whiter, siators O f the bride, and Miba Lovina and Glady Stone, sslators of thv brid groom, and wore white em bnhaood voilo and val lace dresses with Tango??.Nsheo, and carried shower bou. qllotn of Tango lwers and Astroamore, Thie bridlu' mnothur wore a blue cloth gown and blacke hat with plumes, The bPridogr motq'a mother wore a gry tailor miadn coastnmno an...
THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. VISIT OF DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914
THE CRAMMAR SCHOOL. VISIT OF DIRIE0TOR 01F EDUOATION, ON Monday Mr F. Tate, Directlor of E lueation, accoilmpanied by Colonel \Vatan, architect of the Punlic \Vorkls Del)partment, and Mr Lomunon, RllL A., inpectedl the Grammar Shliool with a view to itH equipment as a Stlatn lligh chool. It was ex plainod that a building will be orected in front of the preeont itructuro and othor alterationls wor informal y die csnecd. Mr . I[ick attenooded at a late tinago nud hlandedl over the key of the tpreumi:o tlihit had lately been ,were, I by the truticte?. O) Monday next there will be a viit by Mr lIanaon, anR inspector at tachel to th E lucatiou D)epartment and on the following laty the appoint mint of a toaching utaftv will be eou i doroel, The "ppolintmonts will datno from ,luly 1it, whluIll tlh tato formally oitors into lioisiaulion.
CENTRAL STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914
CENTRAL STATB SCHOOL. Tir? third concert within a weck by pupils of the Coentral Stato Bchool at Iraoted another crr.wd to the MNoohanica' Inatitnta on Thursday ovening, The thoroughly Austaliian chabaracter of the programme was an agrooable and novel faosture, Tho bellbird, the kangaroo, the aborigino, and the waybaok awagman wore ploturesquoly presented and the kaooklaburra chorus by the intorme dlato girls Introduced a lifolike imitition of the laughiog J tolkaos D !1 drill was another musatol number, the sieging being orisp, the aotion appropriate, atd the velone ninely moduliratd, and " The Qakoreasos' was another am tistio sketch that deserves similar oommeondation, 'the sols of Misses Ida and CI rico Woiofe and Ida Mcoullen wore encored, and spoolal pratio was awarded to Madame Hanson for the part she r llyed in asRlting the produllton, lier daugh. tor, alies Dwrethy IUacson, is a dancor of some promieo and gracefully danced "'La Rose " and "The Spring 8 ng," sccuring a rcoal...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914
Ladies' Costumes. Coats. Furs. \Ve have just purchased a Manufacturers' Stock, in all the Latest Styles. Only one of each design. PRIICES BELOW COST. sRemnants ---- Redued, Just como and see the slaughtered prices in Remnant ,inos, Oilcloths, Carpcts, Runners, &c, Price no object. We must clear all to make room for our incoming shipments. Blankets. ENGLISo Blankets. C T. K0 0. I-117 FEReUVson ar. ~B, mAN " tPc Mapi) , Yi oroeP, &c., 288 NELSON PLACE, WILLIAS ' lTOWNO, Soell it for LESIS boancao they soll for CASU. DRAPERY. Wo aro stockring Ladies' UnderolothIng in good ijualitios ut Low l'rices, Bioglols, largo viriety, in Cuttoii and also Wool, I/- to 3/6. Corsets, l/lt to /11t, Gloves, 3d. to 1/it, Uabrollas, 1/11 to 7/0, LAdlios' Hlosiery, Outton, 6d i anohtihcro, 1/- to 2/6. Also good range of Fuanoy losiory for evening wear. Silk snkle, 1/11, Gauzo Lislo, c.lox, 1/0, etc. Child. ron's All.wool Sos, 6d,, t6d; TFauoy Top, 1/-. etoa. aitors, all wool, 1/-, Oaps, Od...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. Steampacket Hotel, COLE STREET. J. DAVIS, PoprHietor, Late of Christchurch New Zealand, BIlga to aunoibuc that he hias take over this oldjand woll established commercial house and wishes to inti mante he intends running it on firat-cluas lineos. Only Baot Bramnds of \Winc and Spirilts in Sto:k, lirst claus Billiard Room containing Two Alcocl's Beat Tables. Carlton on Tap, D)INNER from 12 till 2 p.m. Superior Accommodationu . Good Stabliug. Phone 93 Williunstown. Within 1 Minnuto Boat, Train and Beachb, SAM UEL SPRY'S SHOE STORESO R. J. WATI hEM Proprietor. Nelson Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht Olub Hotel.) xooos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at 5/- in the t less than any shop in Melbourne, We stake our reputation with every pair, Think what a saving this means to you, ODon't go Elsewhere, ,:Commi- and -JnsPcos Oa., - W~ndow... Small profits and quick roeturns mean a saving to Purchasers, THE NATURAL FOOD FOR ALL LEATHERS a....
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914
A piroronuiYt nouchro palry for tho bCtiLllI of tiho LAdicti' 3ul ovolotlt 3 oit-ty was hold at the Moollhanio' Inhtitito in MoAnid.iy ovoniun and lairgely attondeid, The Mayor, in doelariing the proooodinga opon, romaikodl that Stato Trnoaurora had ?rit coutl lono in the fairnoma with which Ladios' Bjiovolont Booiotioa discharged their dutios and invariably siolected thom as theo modniiun ot relief in tiumos of dilsro,, The Williamstown Society did not omino so tmuch into protninoi:co as ito importanco desorvod, prob tbly boo.utio the ladioo onuoctCd with it had in peortonal oud in view in working for it, That it filled a usoful piao ho had no doubt, and ho was ploased to soo ouch a largo gathering in rospunuo to tho Society's appeal, Play thou began, sougu beintg aung at intorvalu by Misa Mairy anid Mr Oawald ltippon, and piano 1iolections by Mr Iollair and Miss Olair Itlibrita. Virst prlzcO woro preoented by the Mayorera to Mios Coopte' and .Ml' . i turnes, 0ooond prizou Mlra Kli...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914
lilaPriiEgO. WILLIN--,,UIlIER'LAND (Silver Wol ding),-On tho ?7th Juno, 1880, at thu rssidonco of tho brido'it parout8, 'Duittrunc," Williamitown, by tho Rov, J.ohu Cl: ko, Alsx, II. Willnii, of Now port Railw;:iy Worktihmli? oldcat inon of A, U. Willian, to Ohristinc, third, daughtor of W, Suthorlind. Pr'oiont addiess-'- LIureldono," 43 Victoria Astroot, Willivimt iwn. ------ --------- - -- eoath. JONI-4, - Oa tho 23:d Jono, at hii paroutn' roAidoico, iHarold Chrloas, younlgos a sit of .Mr and MeI 0, F, Jones, of 5 Eliz atrecot, Now)Port, agod 10 m11 thI. Int Wrr d Woduandiy. A liitlu angul gone to Ilcavcn. dii.O.V/Boa t. toigrjinse , [ntftri,', wi\';th-li- a.nd oxprofl Sint Or i ttp'l" v'otaivod ; nalo tl v, 11. Ziln' y, D1), T']htmoni, Nurjo BauIui and Mir nllin.q f(r their kinidnoes ill our rt'oit svld b)eorovomouib. lIAGLEY.--i r W, lipl-.y and f?tily with to t' inlk tho m-iny] friondu fori theire cariU, lttord, f)ral tribuoitq, aud othor tikent of cymp:Ithy s1io','n towuvar th...
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. THE MARKET RESERVE. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914
COR?ESPONDINCE W: d, not ico.ettrily itenltfy ourtclve. with the opiniCnli nOprr.cd hy Our oorrody ondcflnl. 'l'IPE i1MA ltIE [l?,3IEiVi. ?o tile Editor of the "Advertiser." hall,--I C)la:?idePr Lh*? Coulncil showcd nt e?itiro latc of tlintOdllc:t forceight in takintg 1ucht a hurried rnd uncon litioni It icr nlt:r of thit Matrktt re terve to lt i Elucation )Dep.irtment. \Whln thi.r, it a 1ceatiir, of the Coun cil doing alytinntlty. g tllt lt: ovtn account, .thi utial tlrat ticoe it to p 'omiso, pause, prp[aro, ,It,,0ont', and mnd by lotting thingt aloit, ut ithan it is only a it lt,'r of givintg something away for i hiir iti it v wotidurful how prompt and eaoolitiouiI the COuncil can be. In this caw, the whole matter was closed in at few honrs-l.Th?: e was no ease lntlo out for the transfer. Everybody kntow that a technical school, if to be htIlt alywheore in the town, will be hold at the (rammar Shool, or the I igh tihool, as it ia now called, But, until thoro was a definito undert...
COLONEL FERGUSON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914
COLONEL I:iRGUSON. 'TII. "Adelaide \IdvertliCr L" C li a lengthlly accouIInt of th, calccr of (Coltoel (Ie olge i rguloo, who drtlled dead last wteek at l',rt Adelaide wlhere he carrie 1 on hu sinc.?;: as a shipping agent. lie w IV ye lit old, a n ttivC of Iloha, t m,.d ,i .n. of Captain Ch ?rhl. lt'crguton, the ch, Ii liuar Mlibter of Victori I, tVhl f 1111 d the irst v ilunteCr force ill \\'ilih llimItn. Thi wa:lr feve:r was ext itld at the t111, by the (CrimCan war .and Sir (;t.I go VMerdon wL the l-incipd organiser of the force,: thou h hle was iordihliat lte ill rk to l.crguI lon. Mr \V. P.iartl, J.p, ald the late iMr V. I'.Knighti J.P. were mIi biir tf the forcei whichll tlrnlltd out at the timue if the mluiidte if Captain Prile, hut did Itlt iboitt a:lybidy, as the gallarot afidc?.?s in chart'., had totgttleli t ?tl olv out ally aIlllllllllitionli VYlung lergiruttil, when i , j iiied the volnteeili a lii when th: miilitia iwa created he joined the artillery al a gutilllCr ati...
ARBOR DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914
ARBOR DAY, T'1, pupild at North WVillianiutown have boon worlking haird for many wook undelor the auporviaion of Ahr Chooell, tho head teachor, and Mr Bas, one of thi aaaiittanl, in pro paring for thlii i function. The ro:ult wanu that over lifty f(mo trt!o wort plantud in the groundu. Rocontly a now uloyd room Iha booin orctedl at thia ichool and a now infiant roomn to accommodato tihroo hundred ald fifty ia being rapidly erected. The buill ingu and groundru are in excellount order andi Williamnutown lhai raauon to be proud of the excellont appear ance of the uimnmo. 'Phii echool will rank very highly among tLhe ucluoohl of Victoria. Viuitore to thiii uchool wil alwaym receive a cordial welcome from tiu hlnd tuachur and uttaff.
TOWN TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914
TOWN TOPICS The qucation of granting 100 tot of thebo Market rueservo for an oxtension of the Contral school playground ia to come up for roconsidoraoion by the Council on Tuslday on the motion of Council lor Wooda to reicindl the provious reosolution. Only one sideo of the q nestion was put boforo the Council on(ll the1 fOrl m rP nWnIllli)n. HIt. |Ii L|tro)n protoot of the various sporting clubs and the remark, of the doleputiation to tie Council goes, to show ithat the Renorvo is at lproeonlt in conttant use for recreation, and any curtainont of it will rendor it usoless, The spoakors qluestioncd tho policy of giving away any more of our already too limited grounda for recreation, Mloat people will agree with this an I alao that the Council should l)ut. it in order for ipublic rocreation d n also make it available for the school childron dur ing school hours. Mir Cameron in fornoed the Council that he had aug. goated this to thie uchool committee and they had prominied to cmnuider...
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION. MR. JOHN TOMLINSON AT 90. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914
BIRTIIDAY CELEBRATION. Mit. JOIIN TOMLINS')N AT 03. f)b T'londay OvOuIIg sonio f'iods of MIr' John Tomlinion mat in an ii formalll alIllllir at hil ri doe~e(, i ThompioU ttsIrot to congratulato himi on reaching hiii In~itioth hirtLhday. M[r ,John V. (Gre.a propouod hill health nd exprtoiled iales?ur at tonilig tiou still hblo ai:d heartty atd ablo to cnat, drink and~ shlop well. Mr John P1n(1ll and Mr lil.obrt FleItt ah.o off,?,red thrir co)ngratulation?, the faintly wivri prt,,i.nt from sick1oneiiu( aitd wor h imerrily at( 1 I( Iclli'i (ll fIi l1'I(tf1rIi I l)it n l hi i i'.mlt ilr' 1 I(.I It l i bCltch, Mr Almllllll:his i:t a nat.iwe of hll lii, e, ,ij t 11? v r tlhe bormier froni L i111tj' re, 100 t t, uti orn 7h7 r in Thun voy lgo 011 a Ilinlallroti rijl antI 1'?21. 11-, war, ,I when, } he fr left 1 4 hit ll:t tor fl ittlo I loilt , inl *JttirttOit lanl for Victl riail, arrivig h lop in I aH i ,n t ol iip O c ean ic hif, n ill li(e, 1him , whim h ior In li i Iltui did ])uti'age,...
WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE SIX REEL PICTURE MASTERPIECE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914
WILLIAMSTOWN TiHEA'T'RI 4k 81S RILCL PIOT'URIC MAlh,?'IEltPl?OI£, A liloeaitng pr.og'ramino ol picttircu nd varloty novoliod has Ioeon givon aIt tlhe thloeatro during theo wook and a plionndid prggrtlnme of now attrtOtionai b It boon aItrInged for to night, l)ai, d'tcriboI as pro:tioest acecous ia vaudovillo, will mako hor firsL apporanco ; talO Ijidon and L trmo, palttoer otrneditoi. Lto?l Otlor and ltStto?eto are thl itr pilotlur whilt thoro t?ro a hut of other aeubj~ect, On Monday nighIt thi great cix rool mubjtal tlive UL Tihhi 1) ty, Norn stoillh. minea the opportauity of witnoeting thii groat lim for io in thlo greantut pticluro of the year, tollingt an alhi rbing aod dooply hullltall atory t l ltltport this matitmoth atar, 'ere will be a fell pro gramtuo of other uttbj etL ihteldiniig a popular Keytone Oomodly, A Ifrlrmyard lulirt tion, Oa Thtlrnday nighlt thl i lit of tho popular hu~nlliretu W, W, Jaoob't torio? will he a llt wa in 1iotaef Inrtt, Ithel ntory i t "T Thtrlcd F...
GO TO CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914
GO TO CIIURC1l, Tl'iii;: " (G, Church " nlovrmeLnt. so successfully inaugurated in America anid adoiptedi ill t least one instance in \Tictoria ii full of interest and instruc tion, tor one thing it Ihas proved that mniany ipeopLle hitherto negligent in church attendance or indifferent to the claim of Divine worship are eager enough to begin or resume this praise worthy cusitoml, The attendance oil thie ' (, to-Church Hunday" in lBos. ton, (Chicago and other large centresin the Unitedl States increased at least one-third In Syracuse there was an attendace of 61,7-11, an increase of alout '0oo for the day. All tihe churches seem to have co oporated, Oomning nearer houe, we loamrn that a similar crusadlo recently condutcted by the Mlethodists of the lMo rabbin cir cuit was equally silccesbful, The at tendance numbcred 1719 as comspared with 7t on0 tIe Iprevi.ns Sunday-an increase of nearly 100coo. TIhe signifi canller. of this uniqlue llIOVellelllt has not ibeen mrissed Ity thre leade...
CHRIST CHURCH VICARAGE. ENTERTAINMENT AT PARISH HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914
CIIRIST CliURCil VICARAGmc. i'I'TEllAINI1~iEN AT IARTSII HALL, IN aiid of UCl'i, Church vicarago fanld, [n ontortiiiiunniot held at the Pariah l.ll, Nowport, on Ynturday ovening attractcd vni ludllioneo which crowdedl the building in eovery part. The ro ciiptl exceede ,20 id 2( I l li thu ontor tainillolt wac aII() well received tlihat iti repetition id conuldudred pirob)able, TIhe hall had lb;nii litted with a now curltriu iand pro'tiiium iand ithelir utility and dlccorativu (i ffclt ripplionid to advaint ngo in ti vo l tlulnirabli pieuiua stagied for tli occsiaioii, ''lii halndsomno now curtlili, iliti o boiling raiaod, rovealed tliohe stage nioely not au a drawing room in tho villa of Chrictophlur llogg, a rctired 1)por butchor, very much liko l'oein Middltwiek, of " Our Boys." Tliu butcher i.i on thu vulgar sido ;but lie ha)i the ?:.ving gratce of bliing frank and ualturanl aiu ninlkd no effort to luppnr what iu ii not. Ili wifeo, on tho other hlnlM, liha an ambition to !i]iino ...
LACROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914
LA CR OSSb'E. South Yarra, udeteatned ichmnpihni for throo yoars, we ro too htron)g for town, the fli;al scoroes being l10 goalt to 7. ''lt local teLam, howover, v mado a nuche better showing, their wi rk on the ihomio lines beoing a Vant improvoment on that of thel provious Stulrd'y, Il tie thijd term, Tow miadeo their tost i tlort, uad in adition to havieg by far the bioettr of the general play, nuocooderl maiuly through the npleudid play of Turtt In and Forge, in notting 4 goal s to their op polnoltd t . Woato and 1)avin woro llrroo than lsefl, ilowllwman wet ill :t od form at centro, whileo Rt. Ilickl wa cupoutiiblei lfor sine clover defui.ivo work. IlIowit had tho bad luek to o t ag du olf tho ground for near!y h:ai' i'h mhatch, but while in action, he pIltayeCd good open gamo. The goals (e.ro nettod by Trtotn (3), Forgoj, D.vit, lowitt aud Weato, Thei ' nA teanm plaau n ..O. today at the G(ardous renorve. Toam-Martlnr, llolt (2), Itoig, ithker, Hlowman, I]Dvis, Forlgo, WO!iato...
AN INTERPLEADER SUMMONS. CLAIM DISALLOWED, WITH £1 COSTS [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914
AN INTERPLEADER SUlMMIONS. OLBAI?I DIfALLOWI.D, WIrll .I COSTSt IIENIY Footit sold his brother, Trhonmas R, Footit, a horse and dry for £30. A deposit of £Li4 was paid on delivery and a bill was given for the balance, f16, The promitissory note was dishonored and judgment was ols tained for the amount. On ,Ith in stant, a warrant of distress was issued by the North Meclbourne Court and it was entrusted to Constalble Carton, of Newport, to execute A tip dray wlas seized, but Edgar Johnson put is a clain to the property and served an interpleader summons to determine the ownership, Yesterday, before Messrs Pearson, I)uncan and Stone, the case came on for hearing, Mr McCnma', solicitor for the diebtor, sent word through the Clerk of tho Court, that the legality uf the seizure was disputed Unler dcctionu 103 of the Act, wearing apparel, bod ding and tools of tvade were exempt from seizure, Ie quoted an lssglish case where a cab hatd been seiz d in default of the ipayment of a debt of .L...
FORTY-FIVE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914
FORTYO FIV CLUB, T1i1 following havo boon t'oi c CUdl,( winnoer of trVophio1 :--Ml. P, Ilnti?u ;ind S'ot, 117 llrunwwic otr,,,t, Iitzroy, A, lHgarty ; Mr t. Prlinco', M. Donnlly, Mi's a u: y'n0 M. D), lRtche ; 10r T, Sohillor', M. 1), Ilthol; Mr 1)oii i,?, W. Poppi r, Ifoi ty Five Othu trophic., ', Ourtii, J. MoTiggart, J. Only, O, Pctoraon, On Tuc 3ay night last Mr E., Murphy proenti da 03t of piper, which was won by Mr 1). Oantorn aftor a very interceting conteost. T'-nit tho mcin bera will ontortain tho Yarravillo club to 1a smoko social to bho hloldl ill tlho club I r omn,