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THE NEW OIL WORKS. ERECTION OF TANKS IN HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914

THE NEW OIL WORKS. ICIREOTION OIF TANKS IN IHAND. Aour fiftly tons of material, bcing tihe first consignment of plates to Ie used in the erection of two tanks for tihe British Imperial Oil Compuny, have arrived at Newport. Building opera tions are ill active progress, '1'To facilitate the transit of material to the ground, the company has forwarded a cheque for /I50 to the Councdl for construction of Itigh and But-leigh strcots and a staff .ff men is at present worlking there. The Ianks will haIve a dliameter of about 70 feet each and will hav: iuch greater caplcity than the tanks used at present by the com pany, near the New pier. \Vells are being sutnk to catch any oil thsat might escape through any unlooked for cause and confine it within a water-tight area

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914

A Ll br;uand of liritirlh and Victorian Aloa and Stount kept in itocik, We are noted for heoping hIigh-clah;:i goodt, and our pjri?a are right, Rfing up 100, J. V, Groeen & Co., 46 Thompoon 'tcoet, )RADLIbY'dI Poultry Fariim ; vw for . Disposal Whito Loghrn,, Whlito Wyand;ittc;, fiack Orpingoeno, ( ck orels and Pallota. Sittingt fr, m 5/- to (1l/1/- record 1567), Ohio1ialn oneo woeek old from 10/- doz, -Ilhlign, tors bouglht and cold. All requi.ith. iat , Iked In pecction invited. A. T. 1lradloy, 117 Macon sterct, Nowport. TIol. 11L Wil. L I l?to J. PortJon), Cartago Contrao tor, 5 Ann Str ut, WilliIiusa'own. ForI Salo--ltillinge, Aahc:,I h aIt trintd Ilanuro, ot?. All kinds of Cartingi Doniiir. D IIEIIOOUS Aftirloon 'ea Pelrcorve.o Irinoat ERgliah Illactk t!ol Iltd Currant Jolly in Olatia Jatn, 1/3 oeach Try it,-Soldl Iy J, A. ltaldg.r & Co, Family (Gracor_, 1pOR Salo.-Year tIl Illack Orpiiigton - and Whito Logheoia Cio,:klcrolt for salo, choap; ala brootdy hloi.--l...

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BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914

IBASEBALL. The following is the re.ult of tihe mathoea played mon Baturday lat :- "A" grado v. outhl Moli ourno at South Miolbourno--W, 16 ; S.M. 14. "B'' gradeo v. Rooth Miolb?,urno at Willianmstowa -W, II ; .ft,. 5. ' O" grado v, Malvo'rO 13 at the (aL'dontt -W, 17; M, 3. To-day 'A" gradoe Ily E?!st Mlcbourao at Ociokotgr rand. "'ll" play II wtlIorn at Hawvthorn (train to Ollouforri ), "''0" play Riohmond at Gardeuu.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 27 June 1914

PFERRY SBRVIEB. ·"- WILLIAMSTOWN TO PORT MELBOURNE, WINTER TI1IE TABLE. --Woeather and other clrcuitulaucos Ioermitting. On and after April 14th, thI Sorvice will be run as follows : From Gem Pier Willianmstown Weok days.--....--6,85 8.;5, O 35, 10,35, 11,35, 12.35 rx,,-1.35, 2.35, 3.35, 425. 5.10, 5,50 . Saturdays as usual till 10 35, then 1125, 12.10, 12 50, 1.35. Thence hourly till 5 35. Sundays.-Hourly from 1 3;5 I' m. till 5,35, p,m, From Port Mulbource Woeok daiys,--.c.t -7 0, 9.0, 10.0 11.0, 12.0. P.,--l.0, 2.0, 3", 4.0, then 4,45, 530, ( 12. Baturdays,-11.0, 11.45, 12.30, 1.15, and 2, thwoence hourly till 6. Sunday~,--llourly from 2 p.m. to t p;lt. FARES-WVillianistown to Port Melbourne, nd, single; 6d. icturn Children lI.lfpric e. Weekly Tickets, 1/t; Monthly Tickets, GI/ MELBUOURNI4 IEIRRIIES Thy, Ltd.,, Collins House, Melbourne. The North Williamstown Corner Stores, Timber and Firewood Yards. Try 'OWENS, SOlN & CO. 'orner Ferguson street and Railway plaoe Also Rai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 July 1914

FERRY BERVI/E® WILLIAMSRTOWN TO PORT MELBOURNE. WINTER TIIME TABLE. --Weather and other circumstances permitting- On and after April 14th, the Service will be run as follows : From Gem Pier Williamtstown Week days.--.l,.--G,35 8.35, 0.35, 10,85, 11,85, 12.35 P~.,-1,35, 2.35, 3.35, . 25, 5,10, 5.50. Saturdays as usual till 10.35, then 11.25, 12,10, 12 50, 1.35. Thence S. hourly till 5.35. :.. Sudnys,--Hourly from 1.35 p.m, till 5 35, p,m, From Port Molbourne S..Week days.--.e,t -7.0, 9.0, 10.0 11,0, 12,0, r,.-1,.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, thou 4,45, 5.30, 6.12. Saturdays,-11.0, 11.15, 12.30, 1.15, and 2, thence hourly till 6. Sundays,-Ilourly from 2 p.nI, to G p;m,. FARES-Williamstown to Port Melbourne, 3d, single; Gd, return Children Halfprice, Weekly Tickets, 1/t3; Monthly Tickets, 6/1. MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, Ltd., Collins House, Melbourne, The North Williamstown Corner Stores, Timber and Firewood Yards. OWE1 8, ON & C0. Corner Forgufen aftreet and Railway place a Also Railway Sidin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 July 1914

LlITER all BUCKLE BIROLtO areo Bo?it and Clhoapoat lftot' ious Painting, taporlhanging, tignwriting, Graining, eo. ICEtimatee given, liorgunion ltreot nd 102 MIolbourno road, North Willianmu ,own. Tol, 3654, P OOD Gonoral wanted, no v'iai:shin - Apply Mina O'Noill'a I'r vato licH tital, Schutt at,, Nowport. I WANT to Bluy a good atroi u Jinhor. Mtato price and doucorittionL to 'Travollo.," of > Willian , twin P, O. .ADY Pionlonor walitut cmpauittliilon to Lgoout with.-10 wituitton ottaot, foirth Williamstown. URSn ilrl Wanteod. - Apply Blay , Hotel, M.U,.I.OO.I-. i]ROVED by teat the Cheapeict raid L ost-- J. DR IS 1 C O L L, Painter, aporhaugeor, Stignwritor, Orainor, Art )ocorator. &c. Etittintelt fc. , \Vo.ir anahip Guaranteeod. Lottera attended o. 350 Meolbourno Rod ad and 02 Willinti troot, Newport. T OMAN wauta wachiugt or claning WV by day; clean and tirart.-Apply 'Aotive " P.O., North Willi.itmtLowo, WOMAN wanted, to washi and olclan, . Apply 62 Morris fltrot. WANT...

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IMPROVEMENT CHARGE. LEGALITY TO BE TESTED. MEETING AT NEWPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 July 1914

IMPROVEMENT CHARGE. LEGALITY TO BE TESTED, MEETING AT NEWPORT. A meeting of owners affooted by the spocial improvement chargo was hold at Newport on Wednesday evening to consider the advisability of contesting the legality of the special improve. mont charge imposed by the Council, The mooting was largo and unani mous. It was stated that counsol's opinion had boon obtained and was favorable to the view that the land who not taxable in the manner pro. posed, Abundant fuuds had boou as sured for the appeal to the courts anti it was therefore resolved not to pay the charge until judgmont had boon obtained, .

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PREMATERNITY CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 July 1914

PluMAT~iRNITY CLAliM, WVINii.ttt) -lHernan, nee Allen, yester dai, before Messrs I,iston (Mayor) and Bolton claimed pren tenity ex penses from J,)lim Ogilvie, otmployed at the Naval Depot. Iwitlers. Mr E. It. Hick appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr hall for the defend. ant. She. gave cvidence that she had been kecping company with defLendant since october last and boduced a cerlificalo from Dr Esler as to heil con, dition, In answer to Mr Hall, she said she had seen defendant at her sister's residence, 107 Dover road. She had three children by IIcrnan, to whom she was twelve months married wh:n he died, When she last spoke to de fendant in Stevedore street, he struck her in the face and used bad language, Mrs Sivies gave evidence that while lshe was in the hospital Mrs IIcrnan came to keep house for her in Octo Ier and had r, mtained ever since. She had seen defendant in the house on Good Friday night and on Christmas eve, and as theore was no light on the latter occasion, she told ...

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REVOLVER SHOTS FIRED. AMERICAN'S METHOD OF KNOCKING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 July 1914

RIYVOLVER SHIOTS FIR1ID, AMIRIOAN'S MIIlLiOD OF KNOOKING, F?'Ennricic Griffin, a young man, who spoke with a pronounced American accent, appeared before Me?ars Orr and Wymark on Tuesday. IIe had left a settlement in Canada to take up land at Shepparton and caine to Melbourne. He intended mak ing a call on some friends at Newport; but as he did not get a re sp'onse to his knocking, he drew a load ed revolver, placed it against the key hole and let bang. The occupants of the house inmmediately became interested. Another shot came whizzing in. Not wishing to take all the honor of cntertaining their visitor to themselves they sent for the police, and Constable Black arrived at half past two on Saturday afternoon at Walker street, Newport, and took Griffin into custody, informing him at the same time that he had been a little too demonstrative in anticipating a welcome, Griffin, who said he had taken drink and had no recollection what ever of the matter, was lined Iol- and hIis revolver ...

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TWO HOSPITAL SURGEONS. TENDER THEIR RESIGNATIONS. NOT CONSULTED ABOUT VISITING HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 July 1914

TWO HOSPITAL ;U[I?UOWu . TENDI;R TiliCt IRSIONA'JM 1i-S, NOT CONSULTtID AhOUT V!N INo D)ias Eslcr and Fethetlstothaugh have tendered their resignations as mlelI bers of the honorazy medical staff of the Hospital, It is understood their resignation is due to the fact that the visiting hours at the II spi tal were altered from aftornoon to cvcning withovt rcgard to their convenience. A special meeting of the Ie oslital conmnmittee has hcIn invited to coni sider the subject and it has deluted the acting ehairn in, Rev J. T. laglitl, and Mr. W. Gallant to interview the two doctors with a vicew to an allliC able adjustment of their dilliculties,

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DISMISSED BILLSTICKER. WEEK'S PAY IN LIEU OF NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 July 1914

DISMilSSED BILLSTICKI.R, WEIeK'S PAY IN LIEU OF NOTIQE, ALu?setn Ernest Healy, billsticker, on Thursday afternoon, before Mr, G, Read Murphy, P.M., and Mr G. Stone, J,P,, claimed £3/13/- from George Smith, lessee of the Picture theatre, Ferguson street, for two days' wages and a week's pay in lieu of notice, Mr. Atkins prosecuted and Mr. Larkin appeared for the defendant. Healy stated that he was engaged as billstickor at ?,/lo/. a week when Mr Foyle was manager of the theatre and the engagement was continued by defendant, who increased the wages to J!/ 15/-. On June Ist, Mr Smith com plained about the way the billposting was being done and told him to leave, When a week's notice was demanded, Mlr Smith offered him £1, which he refused to accept, He had been em ployed as billposter by Mr Foyle, lessee of the Armadale picture theatre, and that was the main cause of the trouble. For the defence, George Smith, lessee and manager of. the theatre, :aid iAr tryle told hii: hle wan livinl?...

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WITH THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 July 1914

WITHI THI JUNIORS. [BY WuVISTLL:]. Saturday boing an off day in the Junior ciecles, a match was played betwcn a cont. billed team of thi V. J.F.A, and 13ourke and Everlyn District, which resulted ill a win for the latter, Tom Bcll received his clearance to Town Juniors, The president (Mr A, II, Johnson) on Thursday night entertained the Juniors at an At Home, Several gamnes were indulged in, Musical items wcre rendered, and refreshments served, a most enjoyable evening being spent. To-day. Town Juniors v, Preston at Preston, The Juniors' team will be chosen from the following:--i'unshton (a) Case, Dean, Dunn, Malolney (2) Gunt, Jamiceon (2), Lodwig, lButterfield, l'annell, 'ttclker, Pope, Smythe, Matthews, Flegg, Thompson (2), G-reenaway, Walker, Lewis, Maratn, Bell Tenant, Greaves. P'layers catch 12,55 pmb train, Williamstown Imperials beat South Yarra by 3-7 to 2 5, Goal.kiclkers for Itnp. were Dagon 2, F. Goldsmith. To day Imperials play Yarraville at Yarraville. Imlperials' team...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 July 1914

FOOTBALL. [BY BIou.vDARYn Williamstown, i goals 5 bchinds -77 pls, Port Mclb., ,, 7 ,, 6I ,, Wdiliamstown's goal-llckers - Elliott 5, Amy 3. N. Busbridge, MlcTaggart, Gibbs, Mitchell. Thirteenth day, 'Town v. Ports. Vigorous football. Elliott secures five goals, Williamstown put up another of those fine finishes for which the team has become famous this season, The gusty north-west wind made the ball play all sorts of capers. but the game was fast and interesting and thllere were hard bumps in plenty, Williamstown wore black armibands out of respect to the late Mrs J, Morrison (mother of Mr R, Morrison, one of the club's delegates). A clever pass by Scott enabled Amy to receive first goal for Town, In fact, Scott's handballing was very clever all through the match. Gibbs played a rattling good game and, altllough lie had one of htis ribs damaged, ihe did not give in until the bell rang out Town victorious, Scott was instrumental in giving Amy and Mitchell furthler chances to score b...

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THE MARKET RESERVE THE DECISION UPSET. MOTION TO RESCIND CARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 July 1914

THE IVMARKET RESERVE T'IE DEOISION UPSET. MOTION TO RESOIND CARRIED. TIsEw,: was a large attendance at the Council meeting on Tuesday evening when the motion transferring 100 feet of the Market reserve to the Educa tion Department as a school play ground, carried at the previous meet ing, came up for reconsideration. A letter from Mr J. E. Parkos, corroopondont of the School Commit too, was road, stating that a letter was sent to the Council in 1912 applying for the land and another in March following and on May 14th the matter was again enquired about, as a pro. mine had boon given by the Director of Elucation that the school would be remodelled. To throw the ground open to the lpublic was unthinkableo, The clubs could go further aliold. Mr I. J, JIociell, representing the Imperial Foothall Club, wrote that the ground was 331. x 336, just largo enough for the Boyle and Scott com petition, in which his club was un dorfeated, If the ground was closed, the club would have to give in, ...

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V.R.C. ANTICIPATIONS. GRAND NATIONAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 July 1914

V.I.C. ANTICIPATIONS. GRAND NATIONAL MEMTING. 'Tllji moat important ovonu to be docidod to-day is the Grand National Hurdle Rioo, and although soveral horaoa have oomlu into the market rceontly, I still think that wo have unaed the winnor in our six noleotod last Saturday, and to fluo it down porbape - OBI or OLONTATI'1, WISOONSIN may supply tho placso. Boat Outeidor--Ohct. OTnIIIH VENir - MAlI)ON IIUIUtDLIE Ltndy Pliutul 1, Londonudrry 2, Lord Walla IIIAtoo WVml:rnit Wishing Cap 1, Sconser 2, EIarl'u Court 3. hfAIDIlN STet'LIIWcIAs,- Looburn or Manx Lad, All Bray. MYItoas IIANIIL'AP' \oleriac or Toloecls, Liuaus. WINTRI IIANDIUAI' Sylvaunoro or Mousmo, Maroulfue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 July 1914

Ladies' Costumes. Coats0. Frs. \Ve have just purchased a Manufacturers' Stock, in all the Latest Styles. Only one of each design. PRICES BELOW COST, Re mnant º*- ai- Reduced. Just come and see the slaughtered prices in Remnant Linos, Oilcloths, Carpets, Runners, &c, Price no object, We must clear all to make room for our incoming shipments. Blankets. NCOLOAL Blankets. W. li E A Y© y CO. Drapers, ýeroers, & , 283 NELSON PLACE, WILLIAIliSTOWN, o011 it for LESS booauso they noll for CASH, DRAP1ERY, We are stocking Ladies' Underclothlng in good qualities at Low Prices, lngloets, largo variety, in Cotton and also Wool, 1/- to 3/0. Corsots, 1/11 to 3/ll, Gloves, 6d. to 1/11. Umbrollas, 1/11 to 7/6, Ladies' Hosiory, cotton, 6d.; cashmero, 1/- to 2/6, Also good range of Fanoy Iosiery for evening wear, Silk anuklo, 1/11, Gauzo Lislo, olox, 1/D, otc, Child ren's All-wool Sox, 6d, -, 6d; Iauony Top, 1/-, oto, Gaitors, all wool, 1/.. Caps, 6d,, 1/., Gloves, Cd. Voiling, 7.d to 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 July 1914

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. Steampacket Hotel, SCOLE STREET. Late of Christchurch New Zealand, Bogs to announce that ho has taken over this oldland well oatablishod commorcial house and wishoa to iuti mato he intends running it on first-class lines. Only Bout Brands of Winesa ad Spirits in itcl, ., S ?irst-claus Billiarud Room containing Two Alcoch's Bea. Tables. Carlton on Tap, DINNER from 12 till 2 p.m. Superior Accommodation, Good Stabling. 'Phone 93 Williamttown. Within 1 Minnuto Boat, Train and Beacb. --?:e - .. :. ? :.--_-r_-:7-?':--:-----;-----i, , .- -?-I - =-?- . ?:--?---- ?v?';-~ SA MUEL S Y'S SHOE STO RES R, J. WATERMANi ? P?opeietor, Nelson Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht Club Hotel.) zooos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at 5/- in the L 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, u.i;Conme and Inspect Our Windows. Small profits and quick returns mean a s...

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The Advertiser. SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 July 1914

8.vrunt).ex, JULY 4, 1914. Mr Thomas Wojirich, aged 75, who was for many years employed as gate. kooper at the Dockyard, died suddenly on Sunday morning at his residence, 12 Dalgarmo stroet, lie had boon upeaking to his wife a low momonta beforo and expired in a oew ooondo,. As he had never been in bad health, Dr Holor was unable to give a certifloato as to the cause of death, but the coroner gave an order for intomeont. Mr Woolrleh had boon in the navy and was well known at the dookyard for his courtosy to every body who had businoes there, Hour old naval comrades acted as coffia boaroers at the funeral, which was conducted on Taosday by Mri Whoar, and Moesrs Olaringbouhl (-1) lrancombo and J. Gough acted as pall boarora, Pastor Morris Lukins, of the Sevonth Day Adventists, road the burial uorvice, Mr Woolrich had resided over 10 years in the town, The Couuoil on Tuesday evening, on the rooommoudatio of the Town Sur veyor, approver of a pitohed drain do signed ta cary off the Works...

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WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE GREAT NOVELTY ATTRACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 July 1914

WILLIAMSITOWN TIIHATREI RIRE?AT NOVEILTY ATTRACTION . A (arcAT picture programme ha beeoon on viow at the Thoeatro during the woek and largo audionesa woro attractod. For to-night's programmn, Mimia Graoo Waugh, the clover Australian hotao w.man, and the horolno of the Melbourno to Sydnoy ride, will appear with her trained pony, " Jaolr, whloh carried her to Sydnoy. Llout, Staff, a woll-known Enelish vontriloquol oentortainor, will will pic*out his auccoaaful novelty, The Hoadloea Army. The ploturca to-night are The Third String, a two-rool comedy from W. W. Jaoob's funny et iry. The Cabarat Dancer and many other subjects. For Monday night, another magullicout al-real featuro photoplay, The Third Degree, will bo scroenod. Intonding patrono are advised that this aubjeot will commonoo at 1t pnm, aharp, no are advised to come early.

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METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 4 July 1914

MIlETHODIST CIIURCH Tril quarte r'y mooting of the Melthdi?t Church, Williamstown circuit, was hold at Nowport on Monday, June 20th. Rov l, Mason presided ovur a largo attend anoo of members, and was supported by Rev, W. Wykos, Many items of business had boon remitted to tho mooting from the Annual Conferenco, and those woro dealt with expeditiously and effectively. The balanoo shoot was encouraging. In face of spooial oxpenditure, a surplus wan holwn on the current quarter's working. Although Rov. F. Mason had boon absount from work through illnoes for nearly throe months, the interest at Elootra street had been well sustained, whi'o tie rapidly growing portions of the cuirool in the north showed gratifyingD pr 1,g- s. A spooial committee will moot during the ensuing quarter to con alder the future expansion of the circuit, inoluding the interests of the northera end. All the departments of the church are healthily progressivo, and the outlook throughout is most hopeful. The vuriou...

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