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GO-TO-CHURCH SUNDAY. LARGLY INCREASED ATTENDANCES. REV. FRANK LYNCH ON POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 1 August 1914

GO·-TIOClIURClII SUNDAY, -4---" LAROLY INORElASED ATTIrNDANOIC9, RI1V, PRANK LYNCH ON POLITICS, Re.v, John Caldwell, secretary of the "Go-to-Church" movement, has re coived reports from tho church(s on the rcsult of the effort mado last Sin day and tho roeplies have been extremely satisfactory, At tho Methodist church on Sunday evening, there was a very largo congregation; Rev. , Iaanc, pastor of the Baptiat church, had an nccesnion to theo uual numbers; Rov. D, Ross delivered a forcible address which was attentively liteoned to by a large congregation at the Cecil street Presbyterian church, and the Rovs. John Caldwell and C, Brewer spoko to larger congregations than usual at tle North Preibyterian and Congrega tional churchlc rnpoectively, St. Mary's church hia not been troubled by poor attendances, the problem being to fild room at tihe half past oseven and nine o'clock masfeo, the cloven o'clock maraeai not being so well attended as a rule, and a reserve fund for church enlargem...

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LARCENY OF RAILWAY COAL. THREE DEFENDANTS FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 1 August 1914

LARCENY OF RAILWAY COAL. TIIREE DEFIENDANTS IFINED. THE charges of toealing coal against George Frederick Leigh, stovedore, River street, Newport, of stealing 501b of coal ; Henry Wilkins, laborer, 53 Cecil street, of stealing 201lb of coal and George Oliver Harding, 36( Morris street, of stealing 30 lbs of coal, attracted a full attendance to the Court jyeotorday. Sergeant Curtin mentioned that the defendants bore a good character and had never been convicted of any offence. They pleaded guilty. The casae were heard separately but the evidence was subatantially the same in each case. 8onior Constable Banks and Con table Glecoon on July 15th received a complaint and went to the houses of defendants at the addresses given and found the quantity of coal mentioned in the information, James Miller, driver, employed by the Railway Deptartment, gave evi denco that Wonthaggi coal was almost exclusively used at the pier station landing stage, Charles Blythe, piermauter, deposed that the def...

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SWASTIKA QUADRILLE CLUB. PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 1 August 1914

SWASTIKA QUADRILLE CLUB, .......~- - - .... PLAIN ANDI) PIANCY D'1E3 LAt NIVAL. T e' ' llc" ab ' vr']I hel, (t hi t e all'l;i\' l at Gr g'it o i 11 1111 Fed y t itl' h11" I' e \' V \1 olfl ( tis h[ u''l lilild (i) ,uilll u lily dt i>c:r lt d witlh i ale cilib';l colols, l ld1l Inuc1 t attli le ustl be giveI to thI Iadle' c i'tllllllilll'' for the wa'I y 'l whius they 'a'rid oil' lWeir lili'':ei of 'intring Iil ctig' ttli lithe couXi' t 1ir't w 'i' l'ride. .iti ull g the I ll.' ii e: ; \aLi fr l 'ill i Iltltl't letllt t of the wi ,''iue of1 th lauldiei ' e.vening ' llll?) I ', (ire gift of A.Ila .Itdlh, FIh ootael'rtyl, \\h? ; I.o :.ve a j ?I cula .gumllut to tele beat Set, whieh \\w?a w\nIl by the "An trclic Expedlliion," which looked V(i 't'tl'l'' , ii\. I ill J 'it aa it,'S hi''' vite l'rtlt , t' tint \\i Xa, d as Iltt ( l\l I. jof costulllllli iI th (int, |all. 5r' l'' Mtudit u - ?l l e ,;1\' vl ill'? '(iullne to the 'wlut? r of the,-IU () lp nter1 ' lad,\"a d'reht:., Tlhire p...

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A LONDON IMMIGRANT. CHARGED WITH LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 1 August 1914

A LONDON IMMIGRANT. CIIARGElI) \V ITI I LARCENY. Arthur 'inilcy, ;a Londoner, was Irre(slcd l o \Vcdnesday at the Royal I(otel lwhere he was employedl, on a charge of stecaling a bicycle, the lropertyiC of Clarence Geo. Ritchie, of St. Arnaud. D)efendant, it was stated, had becn employed on a farm about ao milhs? from St. Arnaud, and borrow. edc the bicycle to go into St. Ar naind. 1c went there, but did not return. lie took train to Mel bourne, where he sold the bicycle, and the purchaser sold it-again, It \was identilied as stolen property, ntld as the description given by the holders corresponded with the des cription of Tinsley, Constable Black interrogated him and he ad mitted his identity. Tinsley, who appeared before \Mr. \Vard, J,P,, on Monday, said he had been working for 1a/6 a week in the country. The life was very rough, and quite unlike what he had been used to, and lie was anxious to get back to the city, IlI was remanded to appear at St. A\rnaud yesterday, and left by...

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 1 August 1914

MIECIIANICS' INSTITUTE, 1i.\i -\- I',.\ LV \i11.1.11 N ( Ii lti2lii l ltlc ~ il liii '`11.;1! \(lilh~lS lt II-( 1I w I('() lll -Vcarl\' ; ntcc ling III the 12 \l'lclhlo ii ;1I II I J)'.LItule \\;I, l11"Icl atilia~ I iIn. S. 1 '. Nii . hucoll;lctci tilt In}; Ill chliir t it c liuniit tcc0 1 tu. ittuliui Whllc r gUlcc2d t. -

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TOWN COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 1 August 1914

TOWN COUNCIL, I----------- TUESDAV, JULY a8. I'rcscnt: Ciy,. Liion (Mayor), i'iravcll, IHriol, Joseplhon, VWoods, Ncail, Iuncain, lyrne and Chand Icr. I.tI tirr>. I Received. A:\.- h. \,erc applied for by Mr, \ . '. 1ri't, Il)obson-treel ; C, W . ;Pow(ll, liollon-slrcel; Wmn. Wood in I, : xford-.stlrecl; R. \Valker, IVil liami-slircct. --R.'fcrred to surveyor. 'ITlc Health I)ieil)parltmnt forwarld d ;a hItl (r received, comi )l;hininigii of Ih c(iiliion of iuriiiial on lhle Ilat pl \\illiiam .stlir.\\n r ci'C'ol iii]'i'. ' T' li inwn i piii('clor r )Ie oritI d thai hrll :'ri)m lhinl \\ .'i i ju rlileid. H is rec(porl Ir\\';lh ocil 'r(l to i )u l ;inlt t)o tlI - lioaird of H lt;||IIh. Tlic to n c rk l, Merllourir loli ntied l l yl e councilt'oits ;p aplicition for linlric currnl \ocid Irc fruit; i nt d wilhin rei'\cin l d it . Th' ('clitilral Slta' i Schaiool Com mittee iliti ltc d that i . leltr ri ard-lt an t m" rkr i ;-li e' lar tid lxe i b f)i - oirislevaiitid fo e Id iiot Dir...

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WORKSHOPS EXTENSION. RESIDENCES TO BE REMOVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 1 August 1914

WORKSHOPS EXTENSION. RIESIDECES TO IBE RE I\lOVED. It is the intention of the Railway I)ep;lrtmlnt to mal?e extensive ad ditions to lhe workshops. There Iave becei shedils built nea;r the (Gee Ion rilhaov litnl , ;rot d i ;tclitioens in other dikrectiol n, but hrger Muldi tion., are, ,'onic.'nlplatd, the inlcn lion hcin;; to co'r, the part known i ih . r;cilwv;, remer?, with buihl ings. T'lhi. i:, the locality used as a Tort,' ;;round, and the .itces nearer to t het North \Villinhaistowin t;tatiol, no\\ aCcupied by r'side?ces. "ITht whole sichtete is at preseint ulndr coniside?ration, ;ind provision will be muade fior it in tihe next Rail \way' Luan Applic;ction BIill.

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TRADES MARK CASES. LIQUOR NOT PROPERLY DESCRIBED. THREE HOTELKEEPERS FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 1 August 1914

TRADES MARKI( CASES, LI(OUL(IR NOT IPROPERLY DE -CRIIE,?). I lRI E 1 ()TELK'IK E'EPERS FINED), Nichael (iubbins Roche, inspec tor of liqcuor, (on Thursday aftler no?n, beforei Mr. (;. Readl Murphy, P.M1., and ?(r. Stone, .J.P., pro c(t 'd lh tain, \Villiln W\ clhlecslcy Miller, Iornwtrlv licensii e of the St";nl'ip ckel I Hloc'l, 'lfor appllying. lfa e trilde de-cription to ;i bottle of hi c Ibeariiniig the li l' Ib l of Jollhn ),I ) ri' tl ? ul it , ctn.ill'?t ll' I the .Trat, Ml;.k Act Iso., \II rIFhm. t nin prosectiled, and( Sect li n ii of lilit .'tcl iMr. loch l(it \iSited thel hotel ion Nlrch .i , 1ix(l fitound a bottle et x po .ed on the ,hcfl l bearing the label of I)e ?it ' liquietur \histlcy. \Afterc tsi i?t lin th \whitlsk , witiless said it t;i t not )I )\ 'iis. The dcfiendant, ltter soit helsitation, said he hail poi)(ur"l the whisky into the bottle firo: ji liar. The bottle was ithen ipurii;i sei d r 3/-.i liil ir x 1)it tling, public ;itnalysl, ixlte xi iuence Ihat th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 1 August 1914

. WILLIAMSTOWN TO PORT MELBOURNE. WINTER TIME TABLE. -Weather and other circumstances permitting. On and after April 14.h, the Service will be run as follows : From Gem Pier Williamstown Week days.-A-M.--6,35 8,35, 0 35, 10,35, 11.85, 12 35 r,M,-1.35, 2.85, 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.M -7.0, 0.0, 10.0 11,0, 12.0,. r,n.--l.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, thou 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-Willianmstuwn to Port Melbourne, 31, single; Gd. return Children Ilalfprice. ,Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/. MELBOURNE FlERRIES Pty, Ltd,, Collins IHouse, Melbourne. Goal! Coal Newcastle Coal. Boat HOUSEHOLD -. Boat ENGINE .. . At Lowest Ourrent Rates Boat BLACOKS?ITH' Delivered Williamstown, Newport and district Brauch Office..,. SCoal Depot, ...

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WATTLE CARNIVAL. MEETING AT COUNCIL CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 1 August 1914

WATTLE CARNIVAL. ,IIlIT'.YIN(A ,\'1 CO(UN(IL, (.'II,\.N[ Ildlit. An it lit ats tilt Ii tt c I i ei'it ltinii's I hil tl li t i cll nii t i i, all h r1, i W ei-\\ listhl y evenlllng, I tl.es ull tina itii', s from1 tIhe ?Ladiet ' io?v lt (ntt ero?i.V were tt'ce?t t, iand 1st). It \'I as geWi il'ler iII hlll ia l . ';ltile l)iic work'led o Ih11 e broad hlines Inoio t. 'id hy tie 1 1- committee, 1 iz., fint of allow\igll il Clharti'' l willtin o ot llp uitti\' i'ol 's l ii iii'o Initlsh?, l i' hi foe ] fl'lh hlllyll h Illakes ' to h Vlli llnl -' proportionll 'to the ] Ii'- er o, \ ll ' ] yll alif i s r ( evatll repireselnt, w11'ldd herenfter ho advanau Inge111;ou to o iur lo 1n. II is e?st'tinat that Il )osliltal elht5 l ala st. w ill ll bllher' ahiue 200. If i t .11 hvin volut hl\(ve another 2()1) V1olln 'leers', it i ts o ihio l" t iittl I will hie ntlllitld to Iih l tlhe prmet( d, u ;lltt 1111' (Il'lll I11 1 I511 ac u I, whit ll sl} l l> This al? r illgel1ie'll wh\ll ich l l[ l t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 1 August 1914

AueliolwU. WEDNESDAY, 5th AUGUST, At 2,30 o'clock at 838 MELBOURNE ROAD, Newport. W II, O'ROURKE, Auctioneer, o under Ititoructlioll from variouo owuori, will toll by public auction, a Quantity of IOUSEHIIOLD URNITURIE, THUiiSI)AY, 0th AUGUST, At 2,80 o'clock on the PlromiUc; 1 ALFRED PLACE, W o II, O'trOUnKlo?, Auctioneer, Sunder inetructlont from W, G. Jamocoon, Esq., will oll by publi aunotion as follow ,:- Lot 1-D, I.W.BI, HLOUSE, 4 roome, eta. -for removal, Lot 2 - Stable, Cothllhouto, waulhouto and lot of Timbtr - for removal, L1ot 3-Lot of Io uochold Utonoilb. P.m ticulara, apply W. 11, O'lRourko, 127 Noluon placo, WILLIAMhSMTOWN, SATURDAY, 8th AUGUST, 1014, At Three o'clock. On tho Proporty. COLE 01 TI TEET. VALUAIIBLE ALLOTMENT. One Minute from Post Office and Mlain Iluainoss Thoroughfaeo, IElINARD Ill11IAES L in instructed JII by the Mortgagee to loll by Public Auction as above : - All that piece of land having a frontage of 0 fooet to Colo Streoet by a dopth of 82 foot to...

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PRESBYTERIAN HALL. ENTERTAINMENT BY THE LOCAL MIDDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 1 August 1914

PRESBYTERIAN HALL. ---s~-- ENT'E.'ltTA.IN.ENTL i THE LOCAL I3 l)DIES. I lt ri;t lll tht ul 11a 11, Cecil-str eet, 'l'ht' ll'ct'i'tal:. tt Ith ctt: tonll 'elt llfe to clbt tl ) t hicid tli thu flund of the li itnlly chu citth itliir "The ltecortl," and (11 'iddis er well reII l'i sltd lo theiri efti t h ilt t'xcille t hoLusih, 'lT ' cultitill rI ii' t' liit as illiii olet'tl byV ti ll' it\ li t i.' Ur l itritcti, " iiillltI of (it, I':it," f[ullt l'tl by thle Otlelling Mit t l . ' le" C 'tl tloii a il?it' it ol , "Yul i Nit 't ]knllo '," tlt Ii'so joi ft't ill l t it' ( h M.I'i-. N. ]lulll , iu itlth'd "Thril, Tril," bullh itt s ' llb i'llg well rit"t'- i'll. Al'. 1'. Jlilrt sang "Ill tilhe I'c\iti h .\luumli tl," ttd "ult, fl r t( l :AfIfll i ' tht' J ttly," ind .lit' J. i'ritt "' i'rixitl's Taxi-," it r( lit' tic y l' ' tl 'ht'in i: ldthed by" t1il lt l, in Illi i motor hi ll't ill the laud. I of Mit'. N, li l l n. llt'. iJ, i ~l t' ll ? ili llg l ctit t(l IS \'iulin~-1t, ;tn l hi....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 1 August 1914

Death. REILLY.-On the 26th July, Dolly, the dearly beloved Wiof of 8, G. Roilly, loving Mother of Roeinald Stanloy, oldest D).tughtor of Jnmos and Hannah Jano Woolfo, lovilnr Sister of Norman and Addio, Aged 32 yceas, -Cornor of Hannan and Knight strools, Williamntown. A paticnt smllircl. IOnIIS,--On tho 80th July, at Kow, Mary, th do;r miother of Mrs V. Ooo, Wilkiuo stroot, Nowplru, and doar grandma of Myra, Ui oddio and Ilarold, and deoi only siattr Mit Hudson, Rooho's Torraco, Noith Williamstown, At Rcst. TO c with Clhiti which ii. fia biLttei , aJH^'0oawo0ont, WILLIAMb,-Mr and Mrs J. P. Williams wish to thank the Kindergartcn Olass of OonCgogational Sunday UnhoolW, Wil lifruaown lothanli Olvb, liidal Lhir wmly frouIdli for tlloir viults, lottora, tologrlai.iu, o.rd ilind llJral tributes, and thcir cxpricsious of sympathy in their rocolnt 1.d ad huddcn boreave ulnt.- 8 5Douglasp parado. Mra Whito and Mrs Smith wish to return their sincoro tlihapu to their many kind friouda foi th...

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BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914

BASEBALL. "A" Grado playod M.O,O, at Albert ground on Saturday and roaultod in a win for M.,O. Scoroe, 0 rune to 3. To-day this toam play" Fit? roy at Fitzroy. "B" Grado played Collingwood at Col liitgwoud, Tlu lie ltla wore boaten by 10 rune to 3. To-day they play "Argun" at W.O.G, O0" Grade boat Malvorn at Footsoray by 3 to 2. To-day thl; teanm plays Rich mInod at Gardons reservo.

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STATE SCHOOLS' MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914

1'l u i \\'.l'1?iso?LI tU lry .l.l. Nlorth \\illiatiisto\'uw schoouls ihad glorious iafterio'U?i oil which to decide the match for the district lrellclerslhil. North Wlilliaiumstownu conlntenced strloigly, ;lid ill the first quarl'r21 they had 1 goal 2 he hinds tou their credit, while \Vest l'ools?cray only yathdded 2 liluids. At half-ti bt the oonrs w\\r:-North \\'illinIsto\ii, 5 goals i helinido; Weat lo ulslray, loall I iuriig the illy befr1 iihi iihree quarter-tiiie, D)ooley (the capltaiti of North Vi i ii 111- onI \\'1) iaused soine aiiietieitnii. by csalliig out to t boy oti his side, wiho iadoi bili kn.1oieod ret ill fturolt of "ouitse'ay's goal tost: " i(o on, g?t till; youl'lre not goitg to0. ,It an orainge." liuowiver, Mi', l'ridonux, the sicl'et'ry of the Wil liainiow l Football Clutb, hai soeen to that, and thei boys were ii'ovlded with ei'tlr,'shnti its at threlooqliuarter time. Dlrilt'g the h1St (ltater there \\s glrt excitelnett atoue?st tho -1'l t?l s, for it loolkld...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914

FOOTBALL. [BY BOUNDARY]. Most of Wi\\'lliansto\\wnll's supporters aunticipated an il easy nttelh on tatur day against Brighton, as the hiktter' .ter iln was lopelesiy oil of tile "four." Their' expectations were elOt asllhed, as atter only one minute's play -had elapsed Wallia w\as ita erel leossly 11ti-Mi to the ground by ai player twice his size. Fo'1'111 th on the gallloe Wa olie ofh weight tlgailst weight, and the honors seemed even as fir' as that part of tidt gamite "Welt, lverly I\tat oil Townl's side llayed gootd footbatll, andlt it would be dtlll - cult to -sillg ie out iilldiduals for special llentiol. .i h1et' lli crested t i very good illli lressionl by his cleverntess Wlleu rOl' itg alld pllced. M 'lIonlId iwas, as usual. the.m lail slay of the back--litne, and larrl'isoln, Who always has a kilch wheln he so cures the ball, was ai great defellnder. Stewart, 1nfo'rtunatel]?, lhs been taking his perfor'rmance on Saturday Into conideation, it would be a dilli cnlt matter t...

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PROHIBITED IMMIGRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914

I'BOITII1I IMMlRll ANtTN , An Afghan who had boon found on board a vousel in tho bay was lIaud?d here by the Customs authoritioc yes terday and placed in custody. Constable Boxahael, the watch-hou?u keeper, found that he had three shil. lhug in his poesoesion and two or three pipet, but no tobacco. The stranger was excodingly weak phyeieally and quito unablo to undor atand anything said to him or make himself intelligiblo, It is expected that he will bo de ported in a few days. The ''Isar's chief co?k has a salary 01 Ihcc thou.and six hundred pou nds a year, for twhit h his cspnl ibilities ate not rctiicted to the table of the Im perial.Family only, fot it is his duty to provide for the thiec hundied inmates of the palaci as well. The food has to be scrupulously prepared, and mlany of the kitchen hands are inmembers of the secret police. The military workshop of l'utcaux, In Fiance, is turning out leather tyres for the army <yclcs in place of india rubber once, w\hich are...

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NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914

NOTES OF THE WEEK. -Nominations -For seats in Council --lose on Thursday next, --Tounnis Club Ball noet Thured y ovoning, --"Punch " has iasued a war number this week, -Josophino Gassman and the Pican. innios at the theatro to.day. -Mr II, MoDougall, a rotircd car builder, has been requested to nominate for Viot ria ward. -Applications for the position of Bandmastor for the Municipal Band will hb reoeived until Tuesday wook by the Town Olerk, -Sponoor B trkmian, who had boon on remand for soven days for drunkonness, appeared yestorday at the local Court and was discharged, -Thoro have been four oloctions of the House of Ropresontatives within eleven years. The avorage number defoated at each election was 20. -G. I, Woods' 2ith Annaul Ball, Wodnesday noxt, August 11th, in the Meoohanis' Instituto. Classes as usual, latest dances taught, [AnvT 1 Among the good jumpors that have come from Oippsland, Battleship is the latast success, A few other winners that have hailed from that distri...

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A DESPERATE WAR. GERMANY ON ONE SIDE. BELGIUM, DENMARK, HOLLAND, FRANCE, RUSSIA, GREAT BRITAIN ON THE OTHER. REPORTED GERMAN REVERSES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914

A DESPERATE WAR, GERMANY ON ONI SIDE, BELGIUM, DENM ARK, HOLLAND, YIRANOE, RUSSIA, GREAT BRITAIN ON THIIE OTHER. REPORTED GERMAN REVERSES. :EvEirt day's war noews ooms to indi cate that a line is being cast round Germany from which shocannot escapo, Ot1ico a of the Dafonceo D prtnmont of the Commnonwealth unhesitatingly express the opinion that sheo has no show in this war, Thoy stato I)jnmark has a quarter of a million of men in arms against her and ready to cut off her accosa to the Baltic by way of the Kiel canal, The Dutch are now in the fiold and threaten to throw down their dykes and submerge the country rather than surrender to the Kaiser, Th1e Belgians have alroady taken the field and have succeeded in sonme imn portant engagements. Germany's position looks much more desporato on aon than on land. ndoeed the war has been precipitated by her in order to increase her seaboard on the North sea, where sho is loai favorably situated than Belgium, Ieol land or Denmark. But as sho ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL COMMITTEES. Health Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914

COUNCIL CO1MMITTErS. Heallth Collmilltecu, The cominttcllce roportuld tlhat cul sldcraltl8n was given to the rollmvlnig mlltterb, and recomnulodcd:--O ciase of dllilhthoria Ltaken to hospital 'o re* commelloudation of town Inspoctor, anli with conusent of health ollicor and teu mayor, 1, Th.'at legal proceedings be ntken agalunst tihe patiolent'S husband for the recoveoty of the expenses In curred by tle counell (vide ~ection iJ leonalth Act 1800): On rates "o, #trtnad forehoroe. 2, That the atton tion of tlo .Meclbourno IHarbor 'T'rust Conmissonors hobe called to the ,su ceusity f~or immcdialo action to de stroy rt1 up111on tlie foreshoro under their junrldction, On nlghteoll con trnct , 8, 'lhat the contractor be tu formced he must provide for a weac?a, seorvic throughout the town in ac cordance with conditions of contract, otlhorwiso thle licnalty clauses will ho strlctly.unforccd. On conditions ot unmndo channels, 1., 'That the tdwn survoyor be requested to give them inmedlato a...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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