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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 11 July 1914

Death. KOHRY.—On the 10th July, at Verdon street, Williamstown, Samuel George, dearly loved husband of Elizabeth Margaret, and loving father of Mrs J. P. Jackson, Mr W. E. Kohry, Mrs A. Jones, Mrs H. Hall, Miss H. B. Kohry,   and the late Mrs W. Smith. Aged 80 years and 11 months. (Late of Educa- tion Department.) The Advertiser. Sat., July 11, 1914.

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 11 July 1914

NEW INSOLVENT. James Grenfell, of Harris street, Ruther- glen, salesman, now of 12 Laverton street, Williamstown. Causes of in- solvency; lack of employment and sick- news. Liabilities, £32; assets, 2/6,   Filed at Chiltern, Mr Br?nn, assignee.  

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 11 July 1914

--"Curious,''-A correspondeut en-   quires of there were toll gates in Mel- bourne road and near the dockyard at the time the Alfred dock was being built. He had an argument on the question. The fact is that in 1869 a toll gate was conducted by Mr A. McAlister at the junction of the North   and Melbourne roads and another by Mr Gilbert at the junction of Nelson place and Morris street. Counoillor Craine, a local painter, was chairman at the time and he drew attention to the dam- ago done to the roads by the narrow tires used in carting stone for the dock   from the Newport quarries. Mr John Irons, manager for Messrs Ettorshank Co., contractors for the dock, was re- quested to contribute towards the up- keep of the road and he replied that he would be damned if he would. The con- sent of the Governor-in-Coouncil to the   establishment of toll gates was then ob- tained. The toll gates lasted less than a year. Councillor Clough, who w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

PERRY SBRVITB. WILLIAMSTOWN TO PORT MELBOURN~E. WINTER TIlM¶E TABLE. -Weather and other circumstaneos permitting. On and after April 14th, the Service will be run as follows : From Gem Pier Williamstown Week. days.--A.ax.-6,35 8,385, 0.35, 10,85, 11,85, 12.85. r,M,-1.35, 2.35, 3.35, ,125, 5.10, 5,50. 8aturdays as usual till 10 35, then 11.25, 12,10, 12 50, 1.35, Theoce hourly till 5 35. Sundays,-Hourly from 1 35 p.m. till 5 35, p,m, From Port Melbource : - Wook days,--A?. -7.0, 9,0, 10,0 11,.0,,12.0. ?,xr.-1,0, 2.0, 3,0, 4,0, then 4,.15', 5,30, 612, Saturdays,--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-W\Villiamstown to Port Melbourne, 3d. single; 6d, return Children Halfprice, SWeekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6./ MELBOURNE FERRIES lPy, Ltd,, . Collins H-ouse, Melbourne. :: The North Williamstown Corner Stores, Timber and Firewood Yards. i.! O W 1 1 PN, - S1N & C O. COorner Ferguson streoet and Railway plaoe' Al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

PALI1fAOIG v, DOMINO. a CHA.LLiNan, I, thoe ownar of Doilno, will asoopt ohallenugo of Palofaco, for the 6boab of two out of three unes, loeer to pay judgo'S eoponsoue. My k5 or more will o put up ab W..O,. mostlig to.night. (lSguod) GEsORG]? ROAhor, I-luicipai. TOWN OiF W LTA LIT'OW.', I(IVISION 08' MUNICI'AL ROlLS, An IOpe ?'onrt for tho I)Irpos)e of r,\aising the Vo, er,' LIntJ amid ?2hpato Vottra' Lists for t.lt C.(ntr e, Houtllh, North and Viotoria WVardt of the Muni olpality will hbe hold at the Coonoll Ohambers, Thompson stroeet, on Tuesday, July 21st, 1014, at 8 p.mu. All olaiaus and objections will be hoard by tihe Court, J, J. LISTON, Mayor. Council OClhambor, Willimatmown. Jaly 14th, 1014, TOWN OF WILLIAMS1i OWN, A MEETINGI of Ludion and (ontiumon who doslro to assist on WATTLi l).\AY I raise funds for tho WVilliaiustown and IPFootJoray DIbtiot hospital, will he hold at the Oouncil Ohambors on Monday, 20th lnst, at 8 p.m, Mrs J, J. LI.TON, Mayoreso~s. A tuctioant. SATURDA...

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

COURSING. **o------- Entrioe closo to-uight at thlo Btag' Hoad hotel at 0 o'clook for a trophy (a allvor tea pot) which hau boon prsonotod by Ur E. Pilling. Au thoro has boon a nloo fall of rain tho ground ahould ho in uplendid running order.

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WITH THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

WITH TIM JUNIOR9. [BY WUJITrIU], Town Juniors--4 goal2t behinds--o5 pts. Footscray- l ,, 6 . 12 Junior's goal-kickers were Matthews 5, Maraun 2, lunshon 2, Ashford 2, Butter field 2 and Thompson. Amongst the best were Allen, Edmunds, Lewis, Thornton and Bell. On percentage, tle Juniors now occupy tie leading position on the premiership list and, with only three matches to play, they do not appear likely to be out of thlo four, To-day, Town Juniors v, Yarraville at Yarravillo, The Juniors' team will be chosen from the following:-Punshon (2) Case, Dean, Dunn. Maloney (2) Gunuu, lanicsion (2), Lodwig, Butterfield, Pannull, Tucker, Pope, Smythe, Matthews, Flegg, Thompson (2), Greenaway, Walker, Lewis, Maraun, Bell Greaves Thornton and Bills, Umpire-C, Curtis. One ROLL OI? Od TIOKIf~T, (red) Nos, 8882-0000, and one Roll of 3d Tlokota (blue) Noa 0731-1000 wore removed from tho Tloket Box on the Oriokof Ground on Saturday lant, Any poeronu having fame in thoei pouaosalon aro requested to R...

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A SEVERE SENTENCE. FOR LARCENY OF 22/10. THREE MONTHS IMPRISONMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

A SEVERE SENTENCE. FOR LAROINY OF 22/!0. TIIRIBI MONIIS IMPRISONMlENT, Mhssuss Wymark and Bunnott on Tueaday morning sontenced Joseph Groves to throo months imprison. mont and he was convoyed by Coun ntablo MIurdoch to the Melbourne gaol, 1Io had boon a driver for Mr Jamone Joeoph Johbuson, carrier, and received and delivered panrcels. One was a parcol from a city firm addressed to ,Mrr Norman, Yarravillo hotel, White. hall street, on which there was 22/10 to pay. Groves delivoered the parcel and received the money, but failed to hand it over oither to Mr Johnson or the warehouse Upon being asked if he wiehod the Ilouch to deal with the caeoo, he con rontod, and the chargo was reduced fromn embezzlement to larcony, lIe pleanded guilty, Had he elected to go to a higher court, he would probably have beeon liboratoed upon ontoriung into a bond for his future good behavior as he had always borne a good character and had never boon in trouble before.

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

FOOTBALL. [nY BOUnDARtY]. Goal kickers-O'Halloran, Jones, Gibbs, N. Busbridge, Footscray, 6 goals i bohinds-47 pts. Williamstown .i goals 5 bchinds-29 pis. Fifteenth day, Town v, Footscray, A hard, rushing ruck game, Footscray had first use of a rathed strong wind and the fact that they only led by 15 points at the close of the first quarter built up hopes of victory in the hearts of Town's supporters, But the effort to keep 'Scray from scoring proved too severe for the locals as they seemed very tired when the second term had only gone a little way and they only managed to reduce the lead to 7 points, Not a bad performance considering the crowded nature of the term, Town missed Anderson on the full back line and his absence was a serious handicap as the kicking in was very weak, As results eventually turned out, a mistake was made by leaving out Scott who would have surely evened up matters in the ruck and more than likely improved the conditions if lie had been placed between the ...

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FORTY-FIVE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

'FORTY-FIVE CLUB, THe half-yearly mooting of tho above olub was hold in St. Mary's IHall on Tuot?day weak, Theo report and balance shoot for tho half-year showed the olub to bo in n aatlafactory poaltion, Thoro was an inorono of 12 in tho momborbhlp, The champlon for tho half-year was J, MoTaggart with two frat prizos and ftour runornup trophlos,. The committlcoe doesire to thank those patrons who prosouted prizou for tho bonoft of tho olub, thoroby keoping tho mombort up t.a koon piteh of rivalry, and as thoro itro now oight mombord with two loges-in for a apcoal trophy of £2/2/-, tho groeatost onthutiatm pievails at each play-off. The trophy for tho ovauiaog was prosontod by Mi?e aarry and won by Mr Ourtin. Last Tuotday ovonlng aaw a largo number of moumber prosont to play far a trophy prosontod bj Mrs Mitohoell, Straud Hotoel, whltioh wa won by Mr D. Oamoron, The olootion o ooflloora for tho onautiug toner rasultod as follows :-- Proeldont, J3. Curry vioo-preoidoat, W. Poppor; tr...

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LEGGATT'S COSTUME COMEDY CO. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Every Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

LEGGATT'S COSTUME COMEDY CO, Mg1O1IANICS' INSTITUTE. Evory Monday. MB, Leggatt wlahes to announoo that a completo change of programme will bo prosontod on Monday evening; Owing to tho cold weather last woolt a number of tho principal artlats have been suffor ing from oolds, but they aro all well again and a splendid show is promisod for Monday night, when a number of now artists will bo introdueod. By ro quouts of a good number of patrons Doria Rosa will ropeat her specialty doll act Thoso who have not soon this turn will apprcoiato It as much as those who have not previously had tho opportunity. Mastor Lance Warrun, tho miuiaturo Harry Laudor, will bring the house down with hia Scotch imprsoonationa and oomicalitioa. Other fine artlet inoludo Baby Daphne, Elly Cox, Brod Halgron, Ruby Bronnan, Gladya Cryor, Doria Walton, Ken. MoKay, and others. Roll up and support Australia's loading juvenileo rtlta, Dr. H. R. Maolean, Health Offloor, r ported to the Counoil on Tueday ovening that h...

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PORT IMPROVEMENT. THE WEST MELBOURNE DOCKS. NO BAY SCHEME YET. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

POT_ IMIPROVE EMENT T11 WIS1' MLBOUiRN DOOLKS, NO BAY fl01[lMIE YI, i, TuiE Harbor Trust has amended the dock scheemo recently reviewed in those columnu. It has rejected tho amondments made by Mr HI, D. Walsh, E?oginoeer of the Sydney Harbor Trust, and has also rejected the uchome first proposed by Mr A. C. McKenzio, the Trust Engineer. It may be franuly adlmitted that, in outlino, the now scheme is more ship. shape than any which has prccelcd it It takeno up all the apace between the Yarravillo l1ugar Worku and the Victoria Dock and intoroects it with docks. A voaol at this point is on a north eastorly courso on the way to IMol. bourno, and the docks are all on a north catoerly bond towards the city. It must therefore he admitted that advantageo is taken of the natural lay of the land and the docku are handier in size than the Victoria dock, The docks are numbeored one, two and three, number one taking in part of the coal canal, North Melbourne, number two cuts through the easterly...

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METHODIST HOME MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

M?IETHOQDIST I1OM1~ MISSIONS, To-morrow will be colobrited in all the Methodist Uhurohe~ as " l1o±o Mirs. ion " Sunday. Rev. F. T. Oloverdon is the deputation to the Olrcuit, and will advocate the olaimu of the Homo Mittion BooIety on Sunday and at eaoh plaoo during tho week, Tho ooloty has a wide raunge of usofalutots and help, with many brianehes of work, It inuoludos not only the eustaining of mtsalona in the far back and pioneer dietriots of the Stato, but aloo oity miesiona, aletorhoods, fIso tory lirvioos, orphanagos, a boya' home, and oolportour distribution, Its inoorome Sand ophero ot uoefulnese are rapidly In oraasiug. and its m'tt, i IlEvory year a Reooord." It dcserv?c, and will doubt. leas rocolve, gouorouo support at the forthcoming dumonutratlonus.

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MR. S. G. KOHRY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

MIR, s. 6, KOHI(Y ArbTt a short illuness extouding over a few weeks, the death of Mr B, G. Kohry at the ripe age of 81 years, took place at his residence, Verdon street, on Friday, 10th inst, Arriving in Victoria in 1855 he first settled in Geelong and in 1850 was appointed to tako charge of a public school at Hawthorn. In 1866 Mr Kohry with his wife and young children removed to Newport and took charge of the Nowport school. On the establish. mont of the State school system he continued in charge and remained theore until his retiromenb in 1803, During his 27 years control of the Nowport school, the impress of his line personality wa~s stamped on a very large proportion of the scholars who passed through his hands, and as far as possible he closely followed, with a strong interest their future career, nothing pleased him more than to hoar of the successoe of hia old scholars, That this strong bond of sympathetic interest was warmly re ciprocatod was shown four years ago when a soci...

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WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE GOOD PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

WILLIAMSTOWN TIAEATR1I ---4.-o-- GOOD PRORAhibUIC. Valun and intoeresting programmoes have boen shown during the week. A ploasong varloty turn was supplied by " The Storeys," lady and gontloeman ragtimo sigpgra. The fItavordalo Quintotte also gave some oexcollent seloctlons on tho b.njoe, A film of last faturdiy's football matoh was a distinct novelty, and will be shown for the lasIt time tc-night. FIor to-night's programme, Valentine an4 Boll, advertised as the world's champion trlok oyolits, will makeo their flrdt appoaraneoo in Willliamastown, Other turns for to night inolude BIaby Torrio Dixon and young Roy Wilby, two oloeveor juvoniles from the EImpire Pageut, which was shown herod at the boginnulng of the year. The ploturesoa for to-night are a two-reeol Kalom drama, The Dance of Death, and a two-roeel animal picture, The King of the ioroest. and a host of other piotures, For 1ionday night's change, a five-reeool spcoial will be shown-A Lady of Quality -produeood by Daiel Froi...

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KNOCKED DOWN BY VEHICLE. CHILD IN THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

KNOCKED DOWN IBY ViIIICLl. OllILD IN TIu' IIOlPITAL. A nov named Phillips, botweeon four and. five yenars old, whou parents rsaide in Cole ttrcet, lhas boen in the IHospital for tlhe last few days suffor ing from oxtonsive bruises and is now fit to be discharged., He had a narrow eaneapo from serious iniuryl I?o wasn travelling on a tri cycle along Nolson place as fast as he could go and did not observe the ap proach of a lorry from the Carlton BIrowery yard, cominng down the laneo boetweono the Bay View hotel and Mfau?r Doig, Hall and Company's store, 'The horse was being carefully diriven, bnt could not be pulled up ill it reached the other side of the Ioot path. In the moantimo, it had knocked the lad down and he might have re ceived sorious injury but for the pluck and promplitude of a bystander who was in thie lauo waiting for Mr Parker and alt much risk to himself rushcd in and pulled the child out from bonoeath the horseo. Dr Macloan was promptly in attenoudance and ordored t...

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LARCENY OF GUN METAL. CHARGE AGAINST RAILWAY EMPLOYE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

LARCENY OF GUN M1LTALS OHARGE AGAINST RAI[1WAY EMPLOYE. ALIErT Armstrong, of ETshndon, wiid to be a footballer, was charged at tho Footscray Coudt of Potty 0oasions on Thursday with the larceny of gun metal from tho Newport Workshops. where he was employed. Mr F. O, Borsum, Thilway Dc. tective, applied for a remand to Wil. liametown. The application was granted. Armstrong will appear here on Tuesday next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

Strike-Out Priceso Great Roductions in all Departments. GOLD SNAP BARGAINS. This month we aro making Genuine Saoriflooe in all Departments and weo can honestly guarantoo botter valnue than city stores thereby saving you monoy, Groat Clearance in Ladies' Top Coats. English Out Twoods, 7/6, Maids' Coats, 4/11. Hoavy Wintor Sklrts. Fleooo Lined Undoerlothliug, Remnant Dress Gtoods. QUILTS, QUILTS. Comparo onr Prices with elsewhore, flea our 60/- Quilta-75/- olowhoreo, WINTER HOSIERY, WINTER HOIIERY. Gentlemon's Rainproof Tweeood Overooats, eoo our display Boys' of Overooats. This Season's Greatest Bargain-Mon's Hard Boxer Hats, 2/11. This line we have just landed and can guaranteo it as the Ohoapost in the trade, Other prlooas/IO, 0/6, fast colors. Men's Oape in Great Variety. Muillors. Mufflers, Groat ReOduotions in Remnant Linaes., Carpot unda, Remnant Oarpets. 'Phone 80 for seolooection on approbation, 0, T KEII f Ili7 FERGUSON ST. W, IPA4Y & CO. Drapers, s1Meoreors, &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. Steampacket Hotel, COLE STREET, R. J. OOOKE, Prorlietr, Late of Christchurch New Zealand, Bogs to announce that he has taken over this oldiand well established commercial house and wishes to inti mate hoe intends rutlnning it on first-class lines., Only Best Brands of WVines and Spirits in Stock. rirsal-ouhs Dilliard 11oom cohtainiug Two Alcochk'. Boat Tables, Carlton on Tap. 1)INNER from I2 till 2 pm. Superior Accommodation. Good Stabling. 'Phone 93 Williamstown. Within 1 Minnuto Boat, Train and Beach, SAII U L SPRY'S SHOE 2TORESO SR. J. A 5T~,-P6 ER rotor, -- Nelson Place, Williamrstown, (Near Yacht Olub Hotel,) looos' 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, Come and Inspect Our Windows. small profits and quick returns mean a saving to Purchasers, THE NATURAL FOOD FOR ALL LEATHERS UNEQUAL...

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COUNCILLOR BOLTON. TAKES LEAVE OF THE COUNCIL. IS ACCORDED A VOTE OF THANKS [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

COUNCILLOR DOLTON. TAKIES LEAVE OF THE COUNOIL, 18 ACOORDID A VOTI OF THANKS CouyoILLon Bolton personally ton dorod his resignation as a Councillor on Tuesday evoning. In doing so ho said he desired to return thanks for the courtesy extended to him from time to time. Ho also desired to thank Mr Ogden and the ofliceors. It was a bit of wrench to leave a body with which he had boon associated for many years ; but business claimed so much of his time at present that he found it quito impossible to attend to his municipal duties na they deserved. For some time past he had boon obliged to drop out of the lighting hun and unless he was in the fighting line he had no wish to be in the 0oun cil at all. The Council had boon obliged to markltime for many years, but itsBdifliculties had now boon sur mounted. The Mayor moved that the Council place on record its high appreciation of the services rendered by Council lor Bolton during the 21 years he had occupied a seat at the Council table Counci...

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