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IRISH CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

IRISHi CONCERT. I iid 1 Vi. 1 1C011C21"[, I\V il. iv lliciL An Irish concert was given at the Congregvatioul School all, on~ Tuesday evening, by the Albert lWarkl1 Choral Society, before it crowded audience. Rev. J. ~latally pt rsided, ntl d intl pi lated anecdotes during tile proceedingt . The11 H;arrligan ll njo ;and lan;ldtlinte IParty contributed i ta Selec:tion, which was encored, .ll d \iit. J. \V. ulli rendering of "Thori." He also stng "Bianca," "l'irv;un," and "I Ihr" \You Vo dCalling ?ule," as an encore number". Mr. ldgar "Middlin sang several solohs, in which the 1greeable ualityil of his tenor voice wuas much appreciated. The vilsitolrs included \Mi.ss Rluby Dunstl an, slllll prOllllno, who w; ts l?iired for the solo "Ave Maria," from "Cavalleri; lustsicana," with hlr;p nld violin accompaniment; she also sang "T''he Moorish Maid." Miss Florrie Glolter wivt encored for her songs, which included "A, thore" anud "Come Baclk to Erin." Nl-. Graham cl'rgin was. recalled for "M...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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WATTLE DAY IN WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

~VAT1'LE DAY IN WYILIAMISTOWN. mr~in·i C m''t~iiub jit'iit Inli. i.'lieCtini -il lii. It li tmll l~lititm IIll.ll.l ii .n ~ I ltl 11 ill~· m·.l I, ilctc· ttitit· itti- 'lii c~Ie I tIji ·cll I m-t~~c~ iiii - It lbctlV)o .mm it,, jlit. I-i ill imin.~ tllnl ii)l~! nll(ilt tIiib teil mm~ii i~ livt l .lin by) thc c~limti-t I, tiic, lh~lt ii ill iii 111. iii i i iiitl it~liu C ut W i Ii ~lh~-it 1i)j~·il · JI~II itlt it I' Iiii iit\ I i-tll ii, l 1 lillt liii. ii` \.1111I iiiiiii> \\i m\iii liii tilncc IL llli tl Iiitiill iit

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MUNICIPAL BAND. COUNCIL TAKES CONTROL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

MUNICIPAL BAND. COUNCIL IAKIES CONTROL. Messrs. R. Paton. C. E. Tabley, and PIuirtcll, delegates frioi Ithe municipal hand, interviewed thel linanLce coImnitielce on Tuesdal y (veln inLg Ito rcluest that the hand be IbIought under mILunicipal conltrol. ThI y expllained I th;i t i the condluc ri , lr. J. Scottll, had lresigned, and they desired the council to ap point his sXucceIssol r in order l;that theI (. rviceL of a thoroughly quaili fied IbtndLn;t?elr mLight bIe :curel d. The finance comLnmlntLc, afer cdis cuLssing details, resolved to r'com InIwd Ith council to inviLe a; pplica lions for a conductor at a sahury of £,&) a year, The duties of the condtuc'tor will be defined, and it is probable Ihlal Ihe will be given full Lauthorily t allot i lnstlrum ntos or vithCLLraw Ih n, and playLcrs will be re'uirL d to return their instrtumn nts to the council until such imet as the Clon ditions under which theyv ar. given to t ar: dellined, and they will be Ie issued subject in t...

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

LACROSSE CLUB BALL. T[n fifth annual Ball of the Lacrosse Club took place at the Mechanics' Hall last Thursday evening under the very happiest auspices, for it w\ent with a delightful swing from first to last, The hall was nicely decorated with mauve and paler shades of sweet peas, and there were skeleton Japanese umbrellas suspended upside down from the ceiling filled with the trailing blooms, Panels of white trellis work embellished with sweet peas filled the window recesses, and the stage, which was arranged as a garden, had in the foreground tall palms and ferns in their own stately foliage, The bright music supplied by Murdoch's orches tra was sufficiently seductive to entice the most reluctant into dancing, A programme of twenty dances (most of which were encored) were gone through, the supper extra being played by Mrs. Matthews. Supper was served in the annexe, Shtpherd being the caterer. Among those in the merry throng were the Mayoress, in a smart frock of champagne crepe-d...

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MONEY MISSING. YOUNG CLERK ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

MIONIY MISSING, ,0 ----~--- 'OUNG; CLEI~RK .\RRES'TI'EI). ()n \Vednesday )ctcclic WV. P. Jones left for New Zealand, by the s.s. L'limitnaroa, to bring Iack Raymond i dlox er, a clerk, recently in the emplov of Mr, J. 1). Al'(;regor, of Cccil-strect, contrac tori to the Victorian railways, sup plying hiores mind dra'ys in connec tion wilh the excavation work at the powr\\' houe, Newport. It is asserted I hat (Glover, o Il' (l 10, received from his employer a cheque for £4t53/17/1o to place in the \Williamalown ibranchl of 1hc En!glisli, Scollish anid Ausnttrliaml llank, in order to draw against it for wag\\es due to carters, IMr. 'G(iregor also signed a number of blank chcclues intended for the men to whom money was owing. Sub sequcntly. it was found that £2ar2 was missing. Glover was at first traced to Sydney, but later it was dliscou cre! that lihe had shipped for the Dominion. Mr. '.\l regor reotited to Sergent ('lltlin y'esIertll y week thlit his clerk \;was mi i..tg, in ull the...

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HE WANTED THE WHISKY. AFTER CONVICTION FOR STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

HE WANTED THE WHISKY AFTIER CONVIOTION FOR STEALING. Tuloa:s Bright, 52 years of ago, formerly au artilleryman, appeared beo fore Messrs Pearson, Duncan and Stono yesterday charged with stealing a bottle of whisky from the Prince of Wales hotel. lio was arrested by Constable Glooson, who wont with Constable Walsh on board the steamer Dotmold, whore Bright was employed as a sea man. He ordered them out and they went back for a warrant, When they got the warrant, they could not find their man, though they were of opinion he was stowed away some whore. Later on, one of the oflicers of the ship br.ught him to the police station. Mrs Wilby gave evidence that do. fondant and another man came to the hotel between nine and ton on Wed nesday night, One of thoem asked for a pint of beer and sho served him. Shoe then went into the parlor to serve another customer. When she re turned, defendant was on the bar counter and he had a bottle of Dowar's whisky, which had been on the shelf a minute be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

Strike-Out Prices, Great Reductions in all Departments. COLD SNAP IlARGAINS. This mouth we are makig'Genuino Sacrifices in all Departments and we can honestly guarantoo bettor value than city stores theroby saving you money. Great Clearance in Ladies' Top Coats. English Out Tweeds, 7/6. Maids' Coats, 4/11, Heavy Wintoer Skirts, Floooo Lined Undorelothing, Remnant Dress Goods. QUILTS, QUILTS. Comparo our Prices with olsewhore, See our 60/. Quilts-75/ elsoewhero, WINTER HOSIERY, WINTER HOSIERY, Gentlemen's Rainproof Twood Overcoats, Sco our display Boys' of Overooats. This Season's Greatest Bargain-Mon's Hard Boxer liats, t/11. This line we have just landed and can guarantoo it as the Choapest in the trade. Other prices 510, 6/6, fast colors. Meon's Caps in Groeat Variety. Mufflers. Mufflors, Great Reductions in Remnant Lines., Carpot ends, Remnant Carpots. 'Phone 80 for selection on approbation. C. Tn, IEC A P O ,n la-1 FaRCVStN st Wv K EAY a Cog Drapors, IVlercers, &o, 233 N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. Steampacket Hotel, COLE STREET, R. J. ©OOO E, Proprietor, Late of Christchurch New Zealand, Begs to announce that he has taken over this oldland well established commercial house and wishes to inti mato ho intends running it on first-class lines. Only Bost Brands of Wines and Spirits in Stock, Firs?iclaa Biilliard Room containing Two Alcckh'u Bcut Tables. Carlton oni Tap, DINNER from I2 till 2 pm, Superior Accommodation. Good Stabling. 'Phone 93 Williamstown. Within 1 Minnuto Boat, Train and Ueacb, SA MUEL SPR'S SHOE STORESo R. Jd. WAT EER AN, Pro ietor, Nelson Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht Club Hotel.) looos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at 5/- in the I 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 UNEQUALLED . ...

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The Advertiser. SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

S2'rotuur, JULy 25, 1911. Rev, If, T. Olovordon delivored an ad droess on floume Mission work at the John stroot Mothodint Ohurch on Monday ovening. lio stated that the Anglicans Proubytorinis and Mothodirte had agreed to contribute onu fourth each and the ilaptiete and the Oongrogationaliata one fourth between them of the cost of the work in hand, which included minuion work on the Railway line to Orboot whore 1000 men were employed and whore Mr Evans, an Anglican, was the mlsolonor and hold tout sorvicoc and provided facilities for reading and writ fug for the navvieo. Resouo work was also carried on and he ha'l done alum work at Oolliugwood. Mr D. T. Roddan, who had boon ordained at the lant loeuth Australian conferenceo, was a recruit obh tained in this way and had boon educated in the Livingatono home which had 74 inmtates at preaout and had turned out 800 children. Mr Roddan had aooounted for 400 oonverto and had justilled all the money and time given to this depart ment of th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

30OiOi esilQht. BAIUL,-\?c G. W. Bal tondoI hli mo,? nucora thanks to the many kind frlonda, who by viaita, tologran a, cards and tral tributes, helped t lighten his g?rief at the tiuio of hlia aod borcavomon~t Myrtle Bank "Spot- wood. QUIULEY,-Mrf and Mrs J, J. Quigloy wlih to tendon their thanlk to their kind frionda for lettera, cards and floral tributen, and also to hia follow eon ployeo in Noewport Workahopal fr their tokens of coreopect in their recent asuddon boroavoment.-7 Albort atroet, Williamstown, In leimorlam. JARRAD.-In loving moemuory of our do:tr daughter, Dorothy (Daisy), who died on 2Lst July, 1013, \Ve had a little treasure once, Who was our joy and pride, We loved her, ah, perhaps, too well, For soon she slept and died. All is dark within our dwelling, Lonely are our hearts to-day, Foo the one wve loved so dearly, has for ever passed away. -Insorted by h-r lather and Mother, and little Jack. O'D.E N.-Ia loving momory of William H, O'Daan, died July 2tst, 1890. Th...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

MUNICI AL ELECfIOJS1, MW. II, Hick annouuc c hiu candida: ture for tho Contro ward, Mr John Doniuia, in another columlll, intimatea that ho ii a candidato for the seat in the Centro ward cauwcd by the rotire©nelt of Councillor Bolton.

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LEGGATT'S COSTUME COMEDY CO. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

LEGGATT'S COSTUII; COMIE DY CO. Leggatt'n OCLtumo Comody Co, is a continued 'auocus at tho Moohauicf Institute, and is drawing largo orowds, all tho artlrte rcnd( ring their Etogs, cto. in an artistic manner. Tho ontertain ment is worthy of the patronugo which it has recoivcd. AMr Loggatt wishoesit to bh known that ho ban tahou tho hall regularly antd intends putting on good progranmule every Monday at 8 p.m,, when euvoral artists will appear, and hoe trusut that all will contiuo to support the Littlc Australians.

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FOUND DEAD IN BED. AN OLD AGE PENSIONER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

FOUND DEAD IN BED. AN OLD AGIE PENSIONER, Mats Mary Elizabeth Morgan, aged 76, widow of the lato Mr George Morgan, of Cecil atreot, wan found dead in bed at her lodgings, Ferguson utreet, on Thursday morning, She occupied a room with Mrs IHumphriea at L fleorguson utrcot. Mrs Morgan wan in her uaunl health on Wcidoelday, but complained of feeling tired and ,iint to lwbel at about tvo in the afterno u,. At tLlove next morning Mri Ifumlphriv ,octked at the door of her roum and Iciived no anuwer. Shy informed Mr Doverall, who occupiett a hairdreosing naloon on the ground floor. Iio opened the door and taw Mro, Morgan lying face downwards on the beld. Dr, Esler arrived eoon afterward ? eln he pro nounced lifo extinct. The body was removed to the Morgue by Conutablo Smith, who forwarded a report to the Coroner, Dr, Fotheratonlhaugh wan directed to make a pout mortoem examination and an he found that death wan due to a heart trouble, an order for inter ment wau given, Lihor ty, the "IJera...

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A DEFENDANT CRITICAL. ABOUT RAILWAY TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

A DEFENDANT CRITICAL, -- + ,-- ABOU1' RAILWAY TRAHlflfO. A lengthy latter from William Grillitha wao partly read by the Clerk at the Court of POtty Neuionu yester day, Thomas A. Clark, a ticket checcer, found Grillithe in a lirat claau compartment on a uecond claos ticket in the 7.0 a,m. workmen's train, bctwe tn l)potewood and Williamstown, Ile vaid he had got into the train in a hurry at Spencer etrect ; but he did not leave the compartment. Grillitha wrote apologiaing for hia absence and launching out into a well directed attack on railway manage. mot. Mar P. O, Boraum, who proae cuted for the department, became reative ac the defendant went into particulars, " There is a good dleal of truth in what li eayv," Sergeant Curtin inter jected. Thie defendant said the department . waa in the habit of carrying 10 pauaangeru in a compartment intended for 10 and the first claus carriagem were invaded because there was not even atanding room in the second. Mr Boraum contententd himself by ...

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WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE STAR VARIETY ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRI STAR VARIETY ACTd, An exceptionally high class pro. gramme has boon given at the theatre during the week. Valentino and Boll, a trick cycling aot, which must repro. sent the last word in oocmely and elover nes was the star attraction. Tho films were of the usual high staudard of ox collenoo, headed by a unique 5 real sub joot, A Lady of Quality. This photoplay told an exceedingly it toroatlcg t ,ry and was wo'l acted and beautifully mounted and photographed, Films of description a:rlko a now note in picture entortaismont and the managomont are oomnlonded on the ?elc?tion of this botter claso of ilms, On Thursday plght, Give Us This 1).ty was rcpoatod by spooeial requust and the crowded houeu which resulted was proof of the inlerest taken in this film. For to-night's progratmoe, The Avolls, a troupe of jugglors will make their first appearance; also Phillips and Wagstaff will proesenot their dramatic noona " To Err Is Hnman, to Forgive Davinu', founded on atruo A...

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NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

NOTES OF TIlE WEEK, -4- -To-mor row -Go-to-church. -Rov J. Garnon Owen will preach at Ballarat to-morrow. - -The ioport of the Swart ka club's ball hold over uw.til next wevk, -The men who have boon out on striko resume work at the bottloworks on Monday, -Mr C, Forgo, draper, Footsoray, do.e sires special attontlon direoted to a out linoadvertised in this issuo. -Mabel's predicamoet, a keystone comedy scream, will be shown at the Theatre to-night -The Mayoress convenes a mcoting for nbxt Wednesday evening to arrango for Wattle day, -Grammar neobool second term com menced this week. Pupils prepared for entranceo to High school and to Naval college. - Miss Mollie Barlow as Juliot and Vivian Barlow as Romeo formed a very pretty pair at the Hospital Juvouenile Ball. -As Mr Watt has been done in oils, he Is known in Balaolava as , he S.rdino, distinguish him from his late opponent, the ,almon, -Mr Blackburn was ausked by a Wil liamstown elcetor at usonudon on Tooes day night if he would ...

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LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

LADIES' BitENIEOLENT SOCIETY, c IIt i 0l1ii lllI't Wloll with the l't11 ' M ill tnllchie i ly u a"ilt ': lu'ttlt aiil l in idil of the: fillll~ 1" I l lsladie' I1'1llt\'o]r 1l n IIt. H l ,1 , .1110 it reil't a,[ ' (l' .irel' tos- (0 t n'n loll'dge dolntia)lls+ ofI 'ca-ih frolm Ilith fllhwxl' :- Aonely-.3r-', Aik.lliaul, Artir, Orr', C'?ol ,alh m" arlt'[, ('aptain FIt';unll , A.Ir '1',, hl ( -,le r ll, Mr. Alg ill, MIIr,, DoVlln, \rl . tIh)nll 'T'i otlliS , i.I,(r O ilsi' , MO-',, li hl hir, M? rl. I';illu t', Jas. \W ti ?tr ;11tl Co., father Brazil, .111:, N," t(, Mr'.i. 1'al lll, Ali', ]lun lati 'HIr", IH('. I . \]as( I,, . (r. I'lrrill ?in, MI'. , \Vhllllr, A[i'.". [olthn, M.11':. T. . L .' Parker,.Mrs. F'. Ly 'nch , lry ?ul( ckett, r l+, W . I). MIorgn;ui, It1'. Ikerialh l, .Il, 11l[-) I:Iih|, .\Ir . (?i tr sw orlV l't y , ou r~, AM rI . d\'[ndu,, NIl-, . lac';u tIi r , Mr, J, O dl hault, Mrs,? lill Gray, Mr. ' (ulh'hiu. \li-; FIlZllis h'ick, M lr., H i(, l',Irvt', M r', Itate, M...

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

ME??TI1ODISTi CHiUICII, t ttt t oi.lif i ll , i ll|tt pt t ..lltg r L 1(i .I tt: i < oir, titd )ttl a celtletihd, oin >I' t t' oill f)[ i l-l t alth, to rei g I'? h?ll ller ponll i ni, i ,iid Mr, Sallt, w;hoi lhad oc?cupieid hIl oitioh tot thc 'tttt pettod, ttoiu thtc tpittity of tctderiting hi. rciignlattiuot, to Ic,,vo tih way 'en for a ttewv {ulicy, iilllcr 1 ctoirtllltter whoi woultil i .act at ~rga;ittit. T'Itc tri'iste(s, ii achtri ctsec, llllci th. le Circ:us 'ances, accepted ealh rtiitnftionll with tt'.rctt t nl f clatn'c fn otftial rtcotrtl tttt aptlttit.tatioti of tite fiittt ervtice rctttitr'dt in toth ,o ?c ac , 'l'fTc tiilg on W\'etth-dily night \va. illtfcr the tllllrity anitd arrlTlgcltlltcnlt oif tihe tint e,ttt an wa' ttreidctf ttxr it' Itt' Il. [ l , ii, \ iiif, o, t tliet;ilf of thilt trstc e.ic nicil ithiiCh gelicarilly, .?p(tt it \V;it nt(..t t telril of the ser\vitces re, lllcrled Ib)y the .ll-t> of the e ei'tiag. (it itc lttf o, i tI teen ttid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

WILLIAMSRTOWN TO PORT MLBOU RNE. WINTER TIME TABLE. -Weather and other circumstances permitting.-. On and after April 11th, the Serviceo will be run as follows : From Gem Pier Williamstown Week days.-A,..--6,35 8,35, 0.35, 10,35, 11.85, 12.85 r,at,-1,35, 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 p.m. till 5 35, p,m, From Port Melbourne Week days,-A., -7.0, 9,0, 10,0 11,0, 12.0. Pr..--10, 2.0, 3.0, 4,0, then 4,45, 5.30, 6.12, 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-Williamstown to Port Melbourne, 3d, single; Gd. return Children HIalfprice. Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, G6. MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, Ltd,, Collins House, Melbourne. Newcastle Coal Best HOUSEHOLD r.v Best ENGINE ... .. A Lowest Ourrent Rates Best BLAOKSMITH'S l)elivered Williamnstown, Newport and district Branch Office.... ;?oal Depot, ANN S'TREVI...

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AN ALLEGED JOCKEY. FINED FOR BAD LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 25 July 1914

AN ALLEGED JOCKEY, lINED TOR HAD LANGUAGE, J.c\~ eu Dowling, of Brunawick, appear ed yesterday before the honorary justicesi charged with using indecent language, William EIrncst Downs, special ticket checker on the Victorinan rail. wvayt, elated hiu eaw the defoendant come up to the barrier without a ticket, When naked for his ticket ho said '' Don't you know me ?" Witnes said, " No " and he repliied, " Well you ohfi, to i t mu Ontn tlf c jcitoey," Ifo funhted a1 ny without lhowinig hiit ticket and wlhen brought back Uned the lan guage complained of., lo afterwards produced a first class return ticket between Melbouur nnd Williamstown. Defendant eaid ho had udtl bad langunge but not the wordil complained of, He wanu linctd f 3:, with ,,I- cotlu,

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