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A LOCAL VOLUNTEER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914
A LOOAL VOLUNPEER, Harold Causor, son of the managor of the Bank of A.uetralasia, wont on a world tour with the Oversona bays under Captain Rushall, The whole party has volunteered to j lin the Home Defence forces and i!s offer, with the coneont of the parents, has boon accepted, Young Causor, who is 16, has gone into barracls,
PICTURE ENTERTAINMENT. VISIT OF MR. LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914
PICTURE? N FIRTAINMINT, VISIT OF 1MR. LIBIERTY, One of the largest audiences that has assembled at the picture theatre was attracted on 'l'ucsday evening, at a picture night arranged by Ser geant Curtin, hon, secretary, for the benelit of St, Mary's Church Build ing Fund. The attendance was es-. timated by Mr. Huambling, chairnman of the Picture Theatre Co., at 16oo, and Sergeant Curtin estimates that the profit will be about 40o, 'The views included sketches of Dublin and of peasant life, "Scaled Orders," and some amusing A!ncri cuan pictures, and there were acro, batic turns after the interval. At about 9 o'clock the arrival of Liberty, the "Herald" man of mys tery, in a motor car, created much interest. Miss Curtin, daughter of Scrgt, Curtin, presented hinm with a bouquert in recognition of his kind ness. in paying the visit, and Mr. Gubbins, ii* the absence of the Mayor, who arrived too late for the function, introduced him to the audi ..T 1,?' yTi?rt'saki he liead triavelled th...
ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT. PROCEEDINGS ABANDONED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914
ALLEGED EMBEZZLIEMENT, PROC LE' DINGS Al N:\DNONEI). Mr. J, I), l'Grcgor, cartelr, Cccil-sticci, who issued a; Warralnt for the arrest of Raymond GlOVCr, a - clerk, w\\o left jlis e~mploy suddenly arnd was suspected of embczzling £2oo, h1;s :ab:llloned the case. lie hadl lodged about ~2'o with the dc teccives lur the expense of 'bringing .;lover to \\.'illiamsltown from New Zealand; but the money has been returned to him, less about £1i8/ expended iin cable messages, and the warrant has been withdrawn, It is understood Mr. M'Gregor was inlluenced by letters he receiv ed from Gilover, who made certain allegations. It is stated by Sergt. Curtin that none of the money Mr, M'Gregor reported as missing has been re covered.
BORING ON DRY DOCK SITE. RESULTS BEFORE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914
BORING ON DRY DOCK SITE, RESLLTS IILLORE Pl NIILR, IBoring o1)4:ra11ioI4,, 08he site pro 1)t484I by \1r \\T 1)avidson, it Work", for 111e cetiI-( c tral of 1 aihi ,u )t L-, l'ci I III (8l4t I44 tIJl (41u .4lu iiin XV (lulL 0184\4n Iie Lc low iii 10111 h) in 4)'. 1 oii )1 1 ) 1iitic I \l 4), , in the XXI) )X4jtt 14W)1440 \; i ii 4)41)1 p r -, ;144811 dcwcll tiie dcto 011414111404railwa Ithe lI11, -114 , 441 ,record of te I sl11011C(U1 I it 1411108 41(, an tidc f rkn u n II!). fh Ltor) 114101w i 4881. d an(1 d~ ,?ardcd a;s satisn:ctory by ollicers of the depalrtment.c Mr. Lemmon, M.L.I., has asccr aincd that the report of the boring has been forwarded to the State Premier, who, it is understood, will make representations to the Prime Minister on the subject,
WORK AT THE SHIPYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914
WORK AT THE SHIPYARD. The men at the shipyard have been praioed by the State Pro.mior for work ing continuonaly through Saturday uad CSunday to ounblu the 1'ioniu:r to got away. They state, in reply, that their strike was on a different quoation altogether, and that they would not have refused such a call even if they had been on a rike at the time.
SENSATIONAL BOLT. BUGGY WRECKED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914
SENSATIONAL BOLT, l\II h l'l lit il': : -\i .II IR C i ll'C t i) t i ut11 I ith, l it i i it li0t\ l ul it:l tll, 'inglt:-: t ealtd ho ,thlid Ito:,1 ;), with :t titli:,r ltrt i nii u- i r i Itt- t lhlotcl, whlil lt th t dihit.r, ; tr tu llhr for ;t 1l boui 'nc lui,.uco Iimit , wtar, i Ii t. dihntinlg oom alt lunch. Iwa, t : in ll huiutil Iti\ v lt itt1 it lit i liut i to1 l: it , ?l tt i1. I 11l - m lid, Ii Ii ,, inh lil? h I h . I bt utlll lotl o ,lill' l t Iht w it I utll it , tti l l. T1'hI: anim ail lit i tn loo l iti ht ;in l Itlttltd 'Tilltc wht w ,. ti.d, bItl that dil nut checlk it. 11 h it:. ld atu tI ,: ilt' li t, aii I r u l h il ?tit t Ii le ill, I t'?tll w\ii , l tl tht htilt ' \iNtt iii itt ntid coti llh.lt'l 11t u :.pid', d ;lu n. Tlli:, onl" dblded I, llte lh :.rs ': lri.lil , :iitl ;ilel r oli t' or li ti I lt. ,, il , ti ctc hded in rt .n ht'lili tih; . hiooid ituli lilt, h t it, mu? l Ihen ' Ith dl hirnt thl . undeir -c:lii , . 11 n it II i t e u t I i it Irlictr ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914
Strike-Out Prices, Great Reductions in all Departments, COLD SNAP BARGAINO, Thls month we are waking Geonuino Saorifloos in all Dpartwoents and we can honestly guar.iutoo bottor value than city atoroo thereby saving you monoy, Great Clearance in Ladies' Top Coats. English Out Tweeds, 7/6. M:ids' Coats, 4/11, 1Heavy Winter Skirtu. Fleece Lined Underclothing. Remnant Dress Goods, QUILTS, QUILTS, Comparo our Prices with olsewhore. Sco our 60/- Quilts-73/- elsewhoro, WINTIER HOSIERY., WINTER HOSIERY, Gontlemoen's Rainproof Tweeood Ovorcoats, Bco our display Boyu' of Overcoats. This Season's Oreatest Bargain--Men's Hard Boxer Hlatj, ?/I1. This lineo we have just landed and can guarantoo it as the Ohoapout in the trade, Other prices 5/0, 6/6, fast colors. Men's Caps in Groat Varioty. hMulllors, Muillors, OGoat Roductions in Remnant Lines., Carpot ends, Romnant Carpets. 'Phone 80 for selection on approbation, Drapers, l1leocers, &c, 233 NELSON PLACE,, WILLIAIiSTOWN, Boll it for LES...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT, Steampacket Hotel, COLE STREET, R. J. OOK-E, PopC)~, o Late of Christchurch New Zealand, Bogs to annouuco that ho has taken ov r this oldland well established commercial house and wishes to inti mato ho intends running it on first-clas lines. T"- r uoy ? ost n3raud o 0' Wjiný, udSpi ii: i>> Sloc',, ]first.class Billiard Room containing Two Alcoch's Best Tables. Carlton on Tap, DINNER from 12 till 2 pm. Superior Acconluodantion, Good 3tabling, 'Phoneo 93 Williunstown. Within 1 Minnuto Boat, Train and Beach, SA MU EL SPi Y'S R. d. WA TiERiA , Popieto., Nelson Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht Olub ilotol.) Iooos' ol Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at 5/- in the j 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 quic1k returns mean a saving to Purchasers. A. COLLINGRIIDG , Auctioneer 'Phone: RENT COL...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914
At th)o Court of Potty Seoaiono yoetor day, Alfred Eslor, modical practitioner, ob:aiand jtidgmiout for £7/7/. againut jGorgo latnlory, with 5/. cooat. Henry Jeukins, Town Inlpootor, procooded against J.Auls Ashling for not having a rubbiah bin, DJfoadaut .nid he had brought a bin from Richmond ; but on learning it would not unit hero, he pur ch.aod anothor. lIo wail flood 5/-, Willi.jnu COllinu, a dog fancior, had four grey hiundu at hin roaidonco, 125 Oxford uttrot, Nowport. Thoro wag not much room for thomr and the ren?llt wan that thl inSpootor charged him with failing t) koop tho eproalaos in a otito of c!olliin3t , :rnd alou with neglctling to ro;istor two of the dogs. He was flood 10/- for allowing tho yard to got inta auch a condtition and 5/-, with 5/- coato and 2/6 roRiotration too for each of tho dogs, Joln Kitoi hlonte otohcr ldog fianior, Wan accAucd of ringing tho changoa on the lasp.3a:or andt wal fiood 10/. with tho iu.tisl rogitracion too anid ousts, John B4ritaiin ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914
WI. LLIAMTOW TO ORT MIELBOURtE. WINTER TIME TABLE. -Weather and other circumstances permitting. On and after April 14th, the Service will be run as follows: Prom Gem Pier Williamstown- Week days.-A.M.--6,35 8.36, 0.35, 10,35, 11,85, 12 85 r,M,-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. Thouce 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, 9.0, 10.0 11,0,12.0. i,',.-1,0, 20,3,.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 pm,. FARES-Williamstown to Port Melbourne, 3d., single; Gd. return Children Halfprice, Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/. MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, Ltd., Collins house, Melbourne, Coa Ooa51 Newcastle Coal Best HOUSEHOLD ..L Best ENGINE ... -. At Lowest .urrent Rates Best BLACKSMITH'SJ Delivered Williamstown, Newport and district Branch Office.... Coal Depot, AN...
STRANGE DROWNING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914
STRANGE DROWNING CASE. -------- Mr. T. .olsdale, J.P., on Mon day, at the courthouse, held an in quiry touching the death of Simon uelan, a young man, whose body was follund in the water, near the ( em pier, on Saturday morning, The depositions were taken.by Sergeant Curtin. Dr. Charles Featherstonhaugh g;ave evidence that the cause of death -was drowning, Ellen Flynn, housekeeper at St. Mary's Presbytery, identified the body of Sin!on Behan, who had been a gardener ut the Presbytery, lIe had been paid off on Friday, Jutly 31st, when she gave.him ?3 2/-, He said he had work to go to on the following day, Angus Nathaniel Otway Law son, 57 John-street, boatman, em pluayedl by the Customs -Depart nenit, deposed that he saw. dce ceased on Friday evening, 3rst .Jul. lie appeared to be under tihe influnlce of drink, Five miinulluts afterwards he heard i guorgling 1noise in the water, and reported the matter to the police. ,ceniior-C.onlst;able Stevens testi lihd that tie body was recovere...
CHURCH SOCIAL. CECIL STREET BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914
CIIURCII SOCIAl,, CECIL itTIEET I' 13A 1'T C411U ith, CIIUUilOl, On W\edn6day evcning ai lal'gu gathering uaseniblcd in the. i;altiot 'School Hall to cetleblat the cni llencemenut of the lev. L, lsac.s fourth year of milniatry. Capitain I'ea? tuook the chair, After lrev. J. Keith-.\acilltyr had oleiied with Brayer, the clhiarllMu ?aid that is at formlur umciber of the church, it gave him great pleasure to Iuteaide at intcl a itieetiig. L'voaibly ar.; Isiluc haltt not isucceeded il plleas ilg eve'rybody, ill ariha l igelli clut nolt till thut hill, but he thanliked God for all the good lic hald beln enlablCed to do, alnd trusted, with their hearly co ulerlttiun uand lprayetrful gylultathty, Ihat this conuiig year would itrove in every way the best of his illillis try. It was a I; eculiar joy fur~O\l'tlrs. !'ltes and hhiaeClf to be with thelI again. TIle eeretltry of the hlturlch, [r. W. N. Itogera, gave ain iitsplirlttig itd drecss., Ie mntioled that the re'cent reliitra to the tlchu...
WORDY WAR IN COLE STREET WOMEN BEFORE THE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914
WORDY WAR IN COL3 STRETT \VOMLIN BEFIORE I. iL COLUR ?ticýsis, H ick, \Vard and Bu3nul.110. i(2c:idct( ai tle Co(murt of JTcLly S(, jsiJn It ' (i I 12(ay, Amla I l(jtc, of (ulc- ,tuc~t I:;rc 'lr I. y(lrs o~~i c I iitc , w~ith i Il ii i Nt ti i , \iii iiI and I1( (:I1 \'.;i:,~ ;, CF ,,, , clt;lllt) of ill I III 11( I llt 1, N 111 11,1 ti111:11:1l 11114 I 511\11111 ~i~ (Il I 111 I'll h~nll 1111111111 to1(l hIS, tIl 11. \hi tl l h Il l ; Iclua II (If cli (0 hI tltll I l"a t s )(-los h(" 111 hI d 11 ll ocr cor~uicd. I hlrs(l'cale, wcr c heard to-t 1.1n111 11 q 1-i). Ivy C'lairlk' vcir?ion was that hlie was staiuliiin at thi side gate of the Sicniiiilcpckct HIotel, at about 4 in Slih aifternoonl, in company with anollher girl employed at the hotel, and Mrs. I-lope was sitting on the railing of her verandah, The rail ing collapsed, and they laughed, Mrs, -lope then said, "Anyway, I never lived with Chinamen," This was an allusion, to the fact that' a ,irl niamed Ivy Clarke, in no way conn...
TEMPERANCE HALL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914
'i IMI~IJRNCk; IIAJ, COMM [['1' '1111 '1uwljiiauet) I IaII L(Jiiaiit~tn, hldOC an anendjIby dI)IiCt) iCC Clu lflWuultr taroot hall on 'lTClulday ovoning, 'Ii, Idll Ihatj roCuUO ly IC U1 I CCuvuILtd CC i1 broughL up Lo dlilo aIIl LhiCI tap th110 I Lt of it i OriCU of at 1 d1CCJ li C ICCgOJ 113' by tI( coCCCCitcto 1.1 110iuu ICCCCIu file CIltt ItcCICoCo Cit luovid ilng aI nCow 101110 hCor tLt 111411 h dflt)CI~otli will ho butt wuoklly, cnI WoU Iuoa1y ovouliulga
WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914
WILLIAMgTOWNi4 1 'lH2AT 1 $P11UIAL A1'if1tAUi'fONV3, I'othiy iat the zul timoo, lliLji Jouiophiuo (lAatullsitaz id hioi P1iu .iluinncs will iMake theoir lifislt l21.li(l o in coujul 11tion -whit it st u0lu0:i plictuLl0 prograwmo. It is roaliiod tltit Ill oti (lauiouiI and he11 ir LLroIilIo wIsL thu h tlif atur.octiOnI t the MltrohbpulitOin' V'huitio, wlhoo the pricel la thou loviut6 i-ou, Ono wonders at tho euitor'itii of (111 thua tio ilaulglrlulllolkt, IIt thu p(itill wijll 1)a1 013 Liitil, viz. -Ii., 1/. and l/d, A fall pliuturu prlgealltl11 is alJ1it,] avol.tibil f P tol-nighli, which wvill include1 Itil hI to Ii 11111 by thu Ipopular Ipro ducoro, Vitigradit Cu,, tim11 the 1Editun Co. For Montiday night, a Itihro ruol ox it two reel fit II ioiu1iciy by the l Itciya 111 Co., Love iiol Vuii (Otlit L." Ots HIateioay next at 1110 IIi. itinlo, tlio great lilili, Anltlidily a11d I'loJbi1trIu, will himl (ilrOul:ll tld ,l1 fct ff1111 Weatia Palaco. '1hiu liliui whlichi ii 7000 foot luii...
THE BOHEMIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914
o1lic1m1 ians, 1made its first i.ppI l.r 'c II' i IT ?1 MicluCI ic' Institlut, $ on Tucind y l v\'elinlf, beftore :i lhrdl ; audlincc 'Tlhc prl-o 'alltll ic \';i s ,o favorably rcci\vcd, Il.tl I kis S li-i I1111 lhas alra;iili ( d for N i \w\N clyl | show. Ti he Mchlihmni'.s' l iI liNlilti ha.s bclin bloled for M inlyl ) &lt;;\'c i ing" for dw. futrll.'. An enlin. cl;hange of progratuiic will bu prc.lsnled next Momulay ve'n inl; w\'iiIN M iss Kilty SoloI( nII , Miss I'ci I Cox ;II1I Miss Elsic \Morrih, \wlo , secur d Cl.nhl s li ' r c.ill.s l.st l Tu-'idilIy 'veiting, will ;p-' pear inll new solings aid utlicr fea tutres.
THE TOTALISATOR. ADDRESS BY REV. F. MASON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914
THE TOTALISATOR. AI)I)RESS BY REV, F. MASON At the Mcthodist Church, Elc. tra-strcct, on Sundiiay eviening, thi Rev, l irancis Mason delivered an atlddrless in opposition to thu totali sattor. It wV,ias based o the Coth vCrs? of the lifth chapter of Isaiah; "\\'oe unto them that call' evil good and good evil,' Mr. Mason made rcference moire Iha tt once during the service to the reverbe\' ration of the \vwar (ldrutl. lie remnarked tha;t opportunismi and conv?utiunalisnm belong to tht. politicianlls andl the press; but ile clhuirch stoodl for rightl. She knewC\ I no middle coiurse between right and wrng, Vt ill it W'as a case ?f I . ** r .. ý, G, . . ... . o n , ,. ... (i,.T . 1 I LIIl 101 C\CI 0 i eC btC;iloUiL wrong for ever on the lihronc," A straight line \vwas the hliortc.t clis niice between two extlrelic poit.l. It w\va not true lliit. "(od w\vais n tli side of big battalioiis," Napo Icon, tli autllor of tli;t saying, fell, according to Victor Ilugo, bc causc he \\';a againist ...
THE EMPIRE'S POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 8 August 1914
TIl li llPllth'S POSITION, 1? all the Mothodiat Churchou to. morrow the Imperial crieia will be tho hubj ,ct of ipeial prayoero, hymui and aermoni, The intoroat will be dooe,, for largo contingounta of the uoua of the churchl have already boon drafted off for Naval and Military aorvico. At Electra atroot the Union Jack will be in the foroground. In thie evening Sgroeat young mon'e parado will be hold, with the centre of the church re aorvod in front for young men, Rtov. F. Maoue's cubjccts in the morning and evening will be " The nmpiro's Call " and " The ETmpiro'a Aunwor." All Moethodiate are lpceially expected to attend. -U?r?many'a purt in China, KCita-hau, will bo an important Irar l?nt prviuso, It ih mutoh covotod by Japanu, Ucrullny eoizod it in 18J7, and doolarod it to bo it proteotorato in 1808, and it iis now adminiutorod by tho Navy dopartmoeit. Thoro is a g rrison of 21801 non, amnt' y of Gorntan unttrinea, with a tow Chinlon auldlioCu. It i atlongly fortillod, and it th1...