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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

The building in courso oa eroo'ion at Mossar Gray Brothora slipway is now ready for rooting. The intention ia to make it a worashop and to use tho upper portion as ways along which an olootric orano will run to carry material to any vessol on the slip. Tho crano will go baok somo diataunc and save much time in handling mnaterial and at the aamo time roduco the coat of plating, aMr D, Tuooky, dologate on the mutropultliau oommittoo, lutormod the Williamstown branch of the Australian Natives' Assooiation, that the literary and musioal compotitiona had come within DO or £10 of covering the oxponsos and that they would be con. tinud next year and an exhibition of Victorian manufactures would be hold on the following year, Mr lommon re marked that Mr Tuokoy had topped the poll, soouring 77 out of 00 votes, in the election of the feto committoo. The Ohamber of Manufaotures had intondod running an exhibition of its own, or at all events wanted to ahavo in the manago meot of the A.NA, displ...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. OPPO[?]ITION IN NORTH WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

THuE IUVICIPAL ELETIO1N. OPPO ITION IN NORI'H WARD. MN John 0, Sinclair, butcher, Doug. las parade, is a candidate for the vacancy in the North ward, caused by the retiremont of Councillor Chandlor, who is not socing ro election. As Mr Trevor Jones is also in the field, tho matter will be referred to the electors. The stagnation party has not re. covered from its orcitement over the defeat of tho Uonncil's illconsidered Town Hall scheme, and is taking it self so sorirusly that it waited upon Mr Potor Rodger the other evening and requested him to nominate for tho South ward in opposition to Coundcllor Woods. Mr Thdger declined the invitation,

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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SHIPYARD STRIKE. WORK TO B RESUMED ON MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

SHIPYARD STRIKE. WORK TO B RESUMED ON MONDAY THE statement made in the " Adver. tiser " last Saturday that 1Ih ln dustrial Disputes Comnmiitvo of hio Tradea Hall had resolved to remove the embargo on union men at the shipyard was doubted in some quarters at first and was not in accordance with reports in the Melbourne papers; but it proved to be quite correct, and for the reasons stated, The Industrial Disputes Committee took into account all the unionists concerned'-and even those non unionists who had supported the authority of the unions and in order not to inflict any undue hardebips on them because of their loyalty to unionism, had given them permission to return to work. As a matter of fact, non unionist skilled laborers, employed by the Harbor Trust, woro dismissed for re fusing to take the place of unionists who went out on strike. The enginees and boilormakera were not satisfied with the decision and preferred to fight on. Some of them declared they would not go back under ...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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DEATH OF OLD IDENTITIES. THE WEEK'S RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

DEA1TH OF: OLD IDENTITIES. V1·12121, i ii NI llli.i IIi "I? iItI, d' TIo E VI it C'iiil cl Ii- ( l \\ I )I . "Jilt tll ;li I'lt)! M.) (11 111 oII N h'lstrrr" Thilil t i i i liIi ii ' iin r t hteit ()rr~ I it .trl it ~Ii i rais g.'I ha.i btn hei l v,, dur'ingiitte )n t l' 'Mio l l-ti, iat ,rrh ri v- tr ., \It. h,'i-rl li?nichi '-,o , an okI'c re.. 1 lr. ] l. iI (tII " c.thu . SI\ ti' W 'I-. , nt';tl'. it! 'igu Hie fiin' iSa wa et in \vilhin a mo~nth of, +?7, di,.dt las-, tltrdai i, ui. d \v a. lte o t N ol resslul h t ,i1n i U llt *tI"limti of c auly dav,. .Jtii hy l lt, v Thirtps' Mr Ptaron, ol . ippelanl ,mho bred (llb? t;?ihl I', lR. Sm ith (11h ' lh ir Zopihu'o, said (hl aor (2 guinoos to Mr iiotur"I, whtt afterwards gOt 100 gineasQ hlo r him Ilrom ihin presat lihnmlr end sid[e hy sidte. ."+I r. ( re~ck(+ h;ul owner, Mr In rroilli. Mr?own arrol must ool, ,oid of the ho' prtinelro irl Nlsnoo, phne, ap that is thom eul horaseo Tha. Rte v. (. l elrd , r ,lli.itd at Ihr funet'al, wh~...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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SEWER SPOIL EXHAUSTED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

SEVWER SPOIL EXHAUSTED, TIhe tl\? illvcy, ror fl.ofited to ciiuncil, i Tl'uts.diiy evening, thaIt lithe supply ,f wi:wcr spoil was now Iruelically cxlhaustcd. He strongly rI'cui eniilded the paymenr bf six pence per loald to Mr. WVooldroff, s(ver cinitlr'actori, for sclecting steri firoiii his contract, and dcli \cring it as directed by the council. Councilors. wanted to know. ii lhe p 'isyient might not be escaped; itji tlih, \\were informed the output wasii mixed \ith iustr'ial that wouldi le quite us'.less foi" roadmnuking, iid 1itr. \\oodlolt wiuld not bc jus lilh'd, in discrimintling between lhe goo.d mnd the hbul unless he was? pahd for th,: :xtr'a time that would hi taken. Thl. (liaiiiimin if the Public \\'Vrk- ('Ollllllill(Tk , ,Ilnd the ?LIIr \.'ivfl', \%e1c" ;ilihori.icis d in icv.ise aI check in tie delix eriis.

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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LACROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

,.----. LA OBOSE. Thbo 'A ' tnm w(ro defoeated by Univorsity at, Williamstown by 17 goals to 7, Catl throwers were eowitt (4), Davis (2) aid Talrton (1). This team plays Esseondon to.day at Moonce PoIlda. Catch 1.52 train. Team-Mtiln, IHicok (2), Keig, Baker, Bowmanl, D.vi4, ?.iorgo, Woato, Turton, Howitt, Jool. Ehoergenoy-J. Woods. The "B" tonm wore .doefeated by Middle Park, by 12 goals to 2. This team has a wall over tbr-day from Esnondon. The "E" team drew with Hawthorn, each team scoring 8 goals. Goal throwerS viere Bonuous, Wobster and Boagloy. To-day the '1E" team plays Sackville street Methodists to day on Workshops ground, Toeam--Brneos, Lind, Chandler, Wood, Beagloy, Nathan, Stubby, Webster, Ogoler, Bonness, Mohaughlin, Yalline, Emergeonoics -Toros, Nauson.

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

NOTES OF THE WEEK, -4-~--- -Laorceso Ball next Thurady ove-. lag, -Third term of Wllianimtown Gra,; mar Sohool commences next Tudcaday; -Hiboenian QOuadrillo Clb a sammy Wedneeday unxt, Moohanica' ir0iuce. -Government High sohool will not be establishod in Willtametown until next year., -The Hospital committoo, owing to the Ball, hold no meeooting on Thursday evening, -A report of a pronoutltaon to Miss Hall and Mr Salt t the Mothodiat church is crowded out of Lhis issueo, -Next Tuesday ovoniog the Rev J. Mahaffy will preside over an Irish night at the Congrogational School Hall. -The wet weather is horo, Williams the shoomon nay there is no need Ifr wot feet. Se0e their advortisotuou? in another oolumn, -The Acting Ohief Justlco has appointed Mr F.G. Woods, solioitor, a Oommissionnr fer taking allinavita in Williamatown, --lo order to provido 62 foot of water in the river, the Harbor trust will be obliged to dredgo within 2 foot O inohoes of the Metropolitan Board's sower. -Mr. Geo...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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TOWN COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 14th. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

TOWN COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 14th. PRESENT : Cra Lito00n (Mayor), Neal, Gravell, Woods, Josephoon, Heriot, Treganowan, Byrno, Duncan and Blolton. LarruTTnns RnEceiveD. The IHeoalth Department invited nominations for Infectious Dieoaeeos IHospital, Cr Pearco was nominated by Footoacray Council, The North cote Council solicited support for Or Dennis and Coburg for Or Cash., Or Liston moved that Or Pearce be supported Cr Byrno said the election would take place next month. The matter was postponed till noext mooting. Tho Commuissionor of Taxois notified that the total unimproved value of land in the municipality would be supplied for cost of its compilation. Cr Byrne suggested the Parlia mentary representatives make enquiry. The suggestidn was agreed to. Messrs Roberts and Elliott, solici tors, onquirod when levels of Hiobson streeoot had beeoon fixeod,--Ropliod to by Town OClerk. C Y..S. Crickect Club applied for useo of Gardons reservoe-Reoferrod to Gardens Committee. The Postal Depar...

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SURFERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

SURFIURS' CLUB. Tho Surforal' Olub hold thoir nasormbly in theo l?planado Iall on Tneaday ovon ing. InI upito of tho wot wouther, thoro wan a largo attondanoo, and a very enjoyablo ovalning[ waf apont, Mlfa N. Ifitzpatriok iooitud 1 lallad of Sploudid Uilonoo," whioh wat very muoh appro olatod by thoe gusts, Tho annual ball will be hold on August 25th, -

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JUVENILE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

JUVINILE BALL, On Tuesday evoning, there was a large attendance of bvantifully dressed children, both in pretty party frocks and fancy cos tomes, cacth one in fcstive array, herc, there and everywhere, never still, talking and Ilughing until the ballroom scemted to pulsate with vivid life and motion. There was no crowding aitywltcre and an abund ance of good things for everyone, T're ball opcncd with a grand march, led by Mliss O'Neill, to the bright strains of Iinton's orchestra, Prizes were presented dturing the evening by the Mayor-For the best siustained character boy, Will Roberts, as a swagman, who was perfect in every detail and for the best sustained girl, Minnie Grilliths, as a matclt girl, who realised 3/- for the hospilal, selling matches, Most original girl, Dorothy Greenwood, who represented a billiard talblc, Mlost original boy, Willie McNeilage. as an Indian chief. Ilest dresscd boy Jeftrey Philips, Italian organ grinrdcr, whose onittit had bseen specially sent from I...

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HOSPITAL BALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 18 July 1914

HOBPITAL BALLS, IThe popular anrnual balls for thie \Vil aintown and I'ootscray lospfital took hrlce aon \VWedne-rday all Thurrtday cvcn igi last, andt were a great success. In hie Iballroom tlce decorative schellcme was arriced ouit by Miss Neovwliandis anti MIr. orac, and wa:i in nncorllmnon coloring ; >ut the iletding of the shad, was lealt ifiily carried out, Aroundt tihe wals va(s a dado of prinuroie arraniged rath r lW down, and iibovr it nurpiri wi:t,.ria '. i trailing, ati trhough ii actual il-w 1si ; >i inkei r oi . ru th ro l e i rir rr- \e re s.ti rrtli rn - Sir(ii (i\' Iveil-earl. ,Th, illd w I m it c - al'a.ure were frilied \ vitrh fetll a lllrld a)fi . 4ii Ilxrniorllr growth. To addi t t ice (hamng on1 ml ,lh, i the i ita i, was htng rith eInk a d prtlci blu(.5 < ii t ns, witll 9a ( s I ) oc fI o l i a g e lp l a t 1 ~ th e l fI n v - roIund ; nere Mlhirtoch s p I ole o al o - rl--ti ll tihc -Carr , IIi the ritieXsi hti r the Cr irr iitr nt itti.l r wa...

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BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

BASEBAIIILL. The following {I the raosalt of the mitolhoa played on Saturday l?it, - "A" grado v, OCllingwood on the looal ground, Scoro--W., 0,2,1,1,0,2.4,3 -13, O,, 1,1,0 0,0,0,0,1,0-3 To-day this team play Northcoto at Northooto, '"" Grado v. Ilrunawick on the Oar done reeorvo and roou'tcd in a win for the Wicks by 5 to 1. To-day thit team play Essondon at E1asondou. "O"0 team v. EIucndon a htEa.ndon and linlehod in favor of the Donlr by 10 runs to 3. To-day this team play Carltou at Carlton, An item of inje,r . ,t to1 tlhoo who) follow the doing of tho local tlutb, the tact that the general and we:ll known captain of the A team (flub litndJon) libm been solcetod to olay in the Victorian team against N.S,W., at by duoy, in August.

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LACROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

The " A " team playctd a cloanoly con toeted gaanl with 1,olonlldo, 111\1 iol?,cme bolng 0 to 4 in E?iolndon'n fivor, Davil (21, Woato anid Wo!dh throw the goals for Town, Thlta team playi Malvern tu.-day at M l:,vo?n Otriehot Ground, P'laynro c,ltch 1.29 train and boonk to Armad?lali Team-MIartin, ILick (2), Klig, Itakor, Iowman, Davis, Forgo, Woito, Woond, HIowitt, Jool, The " B" will give a walk over to-:lay, owing to fovoral of the playor- having to attend drill, The ' E " toam plyoie a at.omina gamoe with Salivillo etro?t Metllhodiltrt, and eventually aluored defoat by 0 go;ali to 4, Barnoes (0) and Wobator being thoe goal throwore, The " I "team moota Cantorbury to day on tho lool gronld, Tonm - Ilaroe?, linld, N;ton, Wuod, BIlgor, Coutta Molaughlin, Vallinm, Boagloy, Nathan,, Stllnh, Wohlttcr, Emergonoloes-Tornes, (iogr, Ilonness.

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REV. F. LYNCH'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

REV. F. LYNCH'S LECTURE, ----0-- Rev., rank Lynch, 1 A ., :,: lt.?d a lnrge auldience 1on iat ll'ltay \v Lg" to the BIaptiat Church. I i loout ,o wo:, nimilar to one ho gavo at Illy ITrliil y ashool hall a few monthli :,!!o iil war made up of racy ancdclot a :0I! inci dents choaon fromn a wid l .hl, Thu subjects introduced woro to various that the attention of the audiunco waul well sustained and thero wats no roome for doubt as to the effect of tho jokls introduced, Theo pstor of the 13ap tist Church, Rov. 1', Launac, who pri' sidoed, thanked Mr Lynch for the friondly service ho lhad rendtocd by his entertaining lecture.

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

CoURSING. Th. lote ls ChIlt r;ll t -u a i l(ake Ilat week ol'r ;o trohli. (l aolli iilter lea pol i, the gift of t Mr. I. Pfilling, of lhe S ttage'. lh tl l0,otI. 'holre Were Ill entriies', anl l the \ioler lt'ned it it i A\l'. lie nt ll', i ,poilt ( irl, w ilh M r. \'I\'iyl ', ill 1p'. Stgliete emut, sol it, a , l. O'ller'l, lanl Browtn thrd r, Ilures wore 'lo'u'iful. mtl the jtudging udl litltiliog fir~st-'lt . u2 rin the inter VIIl, ;i alullp?:I) f?o.uo r el n of I(1 lt' yards. lwas run, for ; Itrokphy lprle:lited by one of thI0 u IImer, . t'hle winner pro)ved to he Mr. lhoh ('tile, all old Itd st' riaul , \w lith another old track r lnne l iln M r. Ni?e ' ,Blell ee multlt, the watch lltowing 1:! ?woolltls for -the ,jurney. Ou) next N,1r'd;ay night ctblle ('lost for a henqulful fruit elu .ine l, the gift of .\[eh 's Meov'ell anld tiS u lln?', tailr,., of llougJ;,: lla'ade, where the trophy i, on view. The draw will take phlre u lltUnha's Oddlfllow\' 1uotel at 2 u'clock.,

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FORTY-FIVE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

FORTY-FIVI3 CLUB, TCie usua, l lteetilg of thle t[l\' Va> held on 'T'ulday t,'vlintg' lisI for troph. itries? letd It.y the club. The ih',i plize wi\\as %ion by MUr. les't'. anditl i'IIIIuieirs-uipL by I. . Al. Sr t tlly. ()iL ' .edith- ly w ek\'rcc :a1 uti nhber's vis' l elhd the( Y?lrrlilhle ('h h, illld prov\'ed ll: c iiflll at iall taileh S exceti L one. 'T'hie list prize Ivi,, woen by .1ri. 10lhdl. ()nI Tuesday evening next another contelt will talie pliae ht\iiWeell Hlit "Ii. porlted" iand "lKanrar~loo" sec'tliiis of the clul. \t r. leveir guener?Uisly doltuiitilg the tilophlles lfor the evet\nig, whihh are to 'onalst of "Solenothhl!,r Irish" and ai "iMade i Australia" il ilr le.

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COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. COPPER STOLEN FROM WORKSHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. COPIPER STOLEN FROM \WORKSSIloPS. Albert Armstrong, a young mar tied maln, .residing at F1')oscray, and a imembler of tihe Esscndon football teiam, appeared before Messrs. lHick, W\arnd1and3lunnett, J's.P., on ITuesday, charged with stecaling fromi the workshops, bc Iween January and 8th July, a quantity of copper and Lgun metal, \ alued at ,-5. Stergeant Curtin "prosecuted, and ir. Secomh appcarted for the ac cused. Stephen lFrederick Mills, fore ioan of Newport workshops, resid ing at Courtis-street, deposed that accusted was a p ml'ln'titntlCt halnd. lite saw hint in the worksholp's offlice lon the ilth inst., and went withl Constable ilflefrzoni t to te Fitzrtioy police station, where he .1W a quantiity of copper of WVal Iaroo brandl, and seven ingots of I'pper similar to that used it New lpttl. i te could identify a quantity olf sclap, and te i rest i wa;s . imiilar i th l t lused in tilthe production of iritss castings for the railwvays. Tlhe iproperty was...

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WITH THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

WITIIH TIl JUNIORS, [BY WULIrTI]. Yarraville ., ,,, 9 goals p behinds Town Juniors .,,... ,, 6 , Best players - WValker, I,odwig, 13ell, II, T'hompson, and Pl'unshon, until hurt, To-day, On the local cricket ground, Town Juniors v, North Melbourne, The Juniors' team will be chosen from the following:-Punshon (") Caýe, Dean, Dunn, Maloney (2) Gunnt, Ja.nkicon (a), Lodwvig, Butterfield, 'ann?ll, 'Tucker, Pope, Smythe, Matthews, Flegg, T'holmpson (a), Greenaway, Walker, Lewis, Maraun, 1Jcll Grcaves, Thornton and 1Bills, Umpire- II, Beaumont,

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GO TO CHURCH TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

60 TO CHURCH TO-MORROW. The churehe? have worked with great unanimity in org alising the ";(o-to-Church" Cr'usade1, Res, John Ca;ldwvell and EI. Isaae doing :t large share of the work. Tlo-morrow is the i lay set aipart for the purpose, and the piromoters are anxious to see the effect of their labors. The idea is borrowed from America. No effort has been spared to acquaint residents of Ihcir obligation, to go to their resplective plices of wo\Vrship to-morrow. Special services will he hld iand f;acilitics provided for the sea;ling of a crowd. It is contentded in somie quarterts That the churchtes will not he large enough if the tlUlrl out he up) to expectationsl; ht the church luthoi'ities halve no 'teair" that thIy will be able to find ii ino filr everybody. A Iperusal of our adlvertising columns will show tIhe subljeccls to be dealt with. \ ith the ccliche of the, Kl ulyn culn trover sy yet ringiilg ill our car,, the Combined effort of tihet dtenolminations in our miidst, ill the ...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

FOOTBALL. [lY IICUNDIARY]. Though \VIilhlslow\n ,won by 21 1uil4 1uah-l I t l 11h\\' 1ltl , tlhi.s 111d llgli f h h1 4ve n11' l 411 5ltter'111ll2 Ir Cdlced o lpon414 s s, 4m, lle d tl o 14'?,·dlll1h'4 I1l.l1ore la un l1 th,, I ·uu Tuar le , \\ill ia. h ' s'.-wed \\ltp conshlol~ll~ab y, w·h tilth'111 H~oplltlt, in hs 11OII· t-. llt'olhl('t' lllnl' d411,1h ;lnd s?,stell Iias tho gllll 11 ad vieed, aud, will the whld in I(ht' fa1oIl', 114iw4holn'l 4:llowed "T'own: to •44co1'e o4l44 olle 4l1nt, whlhl they I4led onI I goal4 s 1)4d11 114b'lliu141s 4by cleau 1 :d olh, ve footbal'l. 'Tonl l paid too lmu1ch sltt'llion to1 1l48'yin the men Instead of the ball du hi. ,' the last tl'l1ll, ald IIhnw1 1 llor'I wVIs;, II sltow" to tia. ad\ta , of: 11hi l4ist10t11', -l)lll1 '1i4 ll ill4 fUr hlle 4m4re Iprofit41,4 e f1 t itle.., of 8,44co1'hig loints. T.lhe wVant[ of fil'mnlt,:s by. thlt umll p 'Ie ',o4 4sidera4414 41 arIred 1 t4 ' g11 lm44, 1ilh ' l Il'es' l lt ll43 t t|here 114' g 11itIs pl443 t 1...

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