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LENGTHENING A LAUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

LEiNGTHitiNING A LAUNCH, Mlr. J. Al'Auley; boat builder, Nelson-place, will put into the water in Ihe course of it week or ten days a cruised, to the order of Mr. Ales. Oliverx Queen-street, nMel lourne, IThc vessel has not. been built, Ibut rebuilt, She came into the yard 30 feet in length; she will go into the water .1: feet in length; her beamn will be extended from g feet to 1i feetl, and her draught increased from a feet 3 inches to 3 feet, I-Her height out of the water will be increased 9 inc:hes forward, and l.I ? inches aft. The cruiser will be titted with i a . l.p. motor engine, and she will have a forecastle II feet in length, with cookintg ecuipiment and acconm tmodation for two Imeni, and a main cabin 19 feet 6 inches in length, with accommodtlllll tiol for fou'r men. Only a fewI planlts of the old vessel remain; even t lhe keel having heen replaced. lr, M I 'Auley made Aus tralian tihber ;t special feature of Ithe job, New Zealand kaiuri. Queenslanl pine, Tasmanian oak...

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THE DOOMED COW. (To the Editor of the "Advertiser.") [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

THE D0OOIED COW\V. (To the Editor of the "Advertiser.") Si,--I have just returned from a holiday to one of tho country restorts where I (lid not have as good a time as I expected owing to the overcrowd ing at those places at holidty time. But I suppose that is an oxperience common to many, I road in your issue of the 27 h ult. that an intonded exile to Laverton complains that under the now by-law concerning cows he cannot get one. cow's milk for the children. Maly I point out that according to experts on the Board of Health there is a risk of gotting an inferior article in using milk which do a not come from an inspected dairy, because the natural milk of many cows requires to boe fortified with cream to bring it up to thoe milk standard May I also point out to Murphy that the by-law he refoer to as being ultra vires apportains to amuseoments and comes under some section in an old Act of Parliament, I am given to understand, Sir, that Cauncillor Bolton is in favor of the by-law, No ...

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THE SILT QUESTION. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

THUE SILP' QUES?TION. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." Sit,--I am glad you have drawn at tention to the incteaning quantity of ailt that is now being thrown into the hay. Inatead of dlicontinuing the practice, it in the intention of the Harbor Trust to increase it four-fold. The Town Council should addiess a letter to the Harbor Trust drawing attention to the lindinge of the Silt Cumniaaion ; to iti endorsement by the State Government, and to the fact that the material is being deposited in the bay notwithstanding that largo areau requiring reclamr.tion at Port between the Oellibrand light and the foreoahro and between the Ann street and Gem piera,-Youae, &c., PROGItRESS.

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PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING. REVIEW OF THE WORK DONE [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING. REVIEW OF THE" WORK DONE The annual meeting of the above association was Icl on ;i Saturday ceveninlg in a room at the rear of tihe 1Jalptist Church, Mason,-street. Mr. (. lIislhop, the president, occupied the chair. lhere was a good at tetlanciieC of Icnmembers. The dlrainage counintttce reported strongly on the J;ick-street drain. It w\,as decidedl to sk the coutncil I(t receive a deputation on this mlllel. I he auditors read the balance-sheet which was adoptedl. Intcome for the yeatr tamotnted to Lst /ifufn and cexpcnditure to 8/I14/8. The balance ill hand is ;1o/l5/.:. the( secretary then gave Iis re port dealing with lhe work done by the association during the year, lor which ihe received a hearty, vote of thanks, The election of officers for the etn stuing six itonthls resulted as fol lows; Presidcnt, Ir, \VW. A, Wil liams; v\ice-lresidtlcnts, Mlessrs. J, 1'. Carroll and J. Grahanl; trea surer, M'r. W, ., N. otitng; se retary', lr. , \Valk...

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CRUSHED BETWEEN BUFFERS [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

CRUSIlD BlITWEIN BUFFERS A young married man, JosepL Wat son, resident in Laverton street, ,outh Williamatown, was brought to the hospital last Saturday evening suft'oer ing from painful chant injuries, Wat son is in the employ of the British Imperial Oil Onmpany. IIe was on gaged with other employoe in hand shunting trucks, Gotting betwixt two in motion hoe was crushed between the buffers. After having been examined by Dr. I-I. R, Maclean he was admitted for treatment,

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LODGE MEETINGS. LOYAL ECLIPSE JUVENILE LODGE No. 2, I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

LODG(ili l3 ETINGfS, LOYAL EOLI':Ia J UVI NILE LODfGE No. 2, 1,O.O,1j, A IOUNio night wn, hold on Wed neOday in the 'T'crmporanco Hall, a largo nullmbr of ll parentt and friends of the brothbrao b ein pre?ont. Bro. WV. D. Morgan, I) (I. M, preoided. A vety enjoyable ovnioi ng waa Apent Itoma were givnl I'y lrro. V. W. Davoy, "Mary ' and " Mlary of -\rgyle "; Bro, 0, Elourn, pian?ofort?e olo; J, E, Davey, " iRo of My I Iart ;" J. H, Davoy, " l)nwn the Valeo; Miss G. -Waight, " Comne Sing to Mo ;" duet, llijos Waight and hlr J. )avey; comic recitation, Mr i, D)ouhglas. A gleoo was given by the Ealipao Quartette Party, whic~h wat well received, Miss A. Davoy alliciated tut pianisto,

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EMPRESS PAVILION. CROWDED HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

fMiPliR; V PAVILION, OIltOWDV D IO110UI8F, C:ciwn tV audiences overy night have beln attracted to thoe Emlprems Pavilion Ithrougllhot lth holiday season, Buani l ats been exc.tletienally big during tlie pact wei: and the audienco have )(n .deliighted with the effortu made fltr heir nterlitainment by the lotevo, \Ir iebort Carnie. ilr Richard iR:,iw, theo hylnotita, and the White .i hatl lla (o Company have been the Ileding feiaturet i o the uhow. M1r it o??v ~ ,l .ti??l utortllour atln hi8 hypnotic feati have caunied uhr:eku of laugihter, l'caidee hypnotism, he haM Sxlposed all aorta of clover tricks pray lilned by apielera on their unsuepeet.ing victimls. Ieo hast fivon backers of .he thimlhle and pea the option of picking up ill th tthimbloe without finding the ipel, and he playas the thioo card trick with one hand in a way that delies do. tectin,)t the card wanted being evidently palmed, d In dealing handst at all taotrit of gambling ganmes he also ,howt how thie player is lured ...

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YACHTING. HOBSON'S BAY YACHT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

YA'4¶TIGVQ IIOBSON'S BAY YAOIIt' OLUB. The above club hold their annual open rane last Saturday, when 23 boats out of the 27 entered faced the etirtor. The Admiral headed the fi?ot erocelni the line, followed by Paringa, Thera, Spray and Siren, and Mystery and Rip last, The course was off orm pier, round the aswoinging buoy at Port Meolbourno, out to th tit, Kilda bank pile light, and baok to the starting point, throo tirrome round. On correotod times, the Helen won, N-iive beiong seond and Whakarla third.

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CORRESPONDENCE we do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. ALTONA DROWNING TRAGEDY. HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

CORRESPONDENCE ---6--. Wo do not noowasirlly 'lonllify our.iclves with thl opinions cxprcbsed by our oorroaspondont, ALTONA DROWNING TRAGEDY. HONOR TO WHOM HONOR If DUB, To the Editor of the "Advertisor." Sr?t,-Wo, the undoriigned, (hleiiro to Btate that in connection with the Altona Bay calamity the conduct of Herbort Duncan anid Frank Richards is worthy of the higheut praiio in wiimming through the breakert that wmer raging at tho time, and which neither of the boats could faco, and to Herbert Duncan in securing the body of Mr Tatlow and not reloahing hii hold till ho landed tho body safely in Mr Leok'B boat,-Yourm, &c., R. LEEK, Bath Place, North Williatimtown, G, IAVENPORT, 97 Alma Torraco, Nowport, J, McGREGOR, 3 Park Place, North Williamnatown,

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

13o ivJ~s. A Grado v. Glonforric Uill at Glonrerrio. ,;tuth. R, 13'owlor, 1lillla, ravell ... 25 'nuoaa, Coo ,ptmn. 1, Hick. Willia ... 12 Omvu, Mandormon, JonOC, WVard .,, 21 0. fi, Vmlins, Omdon, Bowler A. ,,. 80 OisNInu3RIe, 82, 6 Grado v, Port Molh, at Williatnatown \VILLIAMimTOWNd, 121. Gravell,W., OroolIford, Crawford, Udtll . 82 1)srkor, Patnrorn, hilck, L~ Hiddle 22 Harvey, Htovenson, hlroozo, Joaephtion 14 G. Wood, Todd, Green Turnor, ,,. 18 PORT MU1LIIOUIINS, 74

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WEDDINGS. ARNOLD—WATSON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

W ilD)IINS, APNOLI)-- WAT3ON, '1'l11 IIairiago of MDi iif iiTHnnah Drt-stolls Plco1lo Arnald, , nondl youngc t daughtoer of Mr and Mr., Th'omt e l lianka Arnold, of " Litinhi,'." O.kllhank tntroot, Nowport, to Air Claulldo John1 Nixon Watson, of Willlb Initown, wea hi clobrated at Holy Triniity Churiiih,William1town, on Wednea day 17th 1)., omei'r, the 1Rov, A, Law oflIlllting. Ml il lirown prenldod at the organ and plalyedl coveral uollotions in aluding theio voddin iiaiarch. The bride ontoired on the arli of lor fathor, who inlhoequentl..nly gRavo hler away; olho looked charmilng in ia drotmi of whito Indian silk with dainty nado bodice boing inlot with iik le ;it A bauntifully worlted veil was worn with wreathli of orange blossom, The bride carried an ivory prayoer book aid wore a gold hanglo the gift of tho bridegroom. The bride was atteondod by (two Ilidelflmid , the Mi m.l5 Violet and Quoenio, ulistera of the bride, They lolkeld dainty in whiteo ilk, the formor wearill a lace ...

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GARDENING UP-TO-DATE. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

JAJUAIY. iN the vegetable garden,-8ow, boot root, Brussels Oprouts, cauliflower, cabbage (Succession or 1 ofield Market are two good ones), carrots (Short. horn), celery, eress and mustard, French beans, kohl rabi, lettuoe and a few of the earlier aorts of onions for successional ealalts, Thin out laterals of tomatoes whore necessary so the air and sun can geot at the fruit now form ing and so encourage them to ripen quickly, Lift onions that are ripe and store away in a cool dry position, Plant out cabbage, cauliflower and lettuce. In the flower garden,-This is one of the quiet months as far as sowing is concerned, but if sown at once, many, if not ull, of tl}o followilig will bloom during the winter and spring months --anemone, daisy, canter bury bells, carnations, cornflower, foxglove, icoland poppy, loptoynoe, mignnoetto, pansy, rannnctiltle, stoeko, sweet peas (Early flowering), sweet, Wiliian, wallflower, cosimos, nastur tium, postulasa, phloZ druemmondi, miniaturesu?flower an...

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WILLIAMSTOWN PUNT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

\WILHIAthMSTOWN PUNT OLUB, The recently formed Punt will hold their oponing raeo torday over a marked eourao. The first prize will bo trophy preaoutod by Mr T. L. Parker, and the 2nd prize will be given by the club. The entrin aend hendiospa Aro as follow?s; G. Walker's fwift, sor. ; R, Olaring ould's Ohanoo, sor, ; 0. Ifltohon'a Rival, w min.; W. Ilitohena' Twinklor, 11 rin.; 0. Buaho's Rip, 7 mi. The last-nuamod will be salled by her owner, " Ohuck " Beebhoe, who is an o *pot in handling this kind of oraft.

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

Wise and Otherwise. ulr.ts \\iodoons ass seldomi g nii.l "Are yiýu sure he matried Ie: fIlo her money?" "Absolutely, I've seen her I" Jangs: "Nice dog that. What did it cost you?" Fangs: "I got him on tick." Jangs: "Oh, a watch-dog.' "Hllere, waiter, there's a fly in my supO." '"Serves the brute right. Ile's Ieen btuzzinll round here all the mlorn I'he Judge: "lave you anytthing to ty in your defence?" The Prisotiner: 'lThe toan from whom I stole was ist ured against burglary." Edith: "Madge is surely not going 'o iialry that living skl letoun of a mn .. Ile's nothing but skin and boness." sass: '"\Vhy not? hle'll make her a rattling I husband" Iligo: "'1 w\\isl y,:, wouuld try solile l,'ohol on this coat ,anld see if you can get the spots out" AMis. Biigo: "There isn't any alscohol left; but you might breathe on it." Mendicant: "Please, msum, I ain't stsern nothin' but dry bread tor a .t'el'k." S:out Lady (\\ho is tlying to reduce her weight): "i(haciotu! I wish I had your. \\ill-t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 17 January 1914

KCLOSIGWImJ, Try i onext waohing day, It proaorvoa the olothos, It moana no waahlin board, It wloana no rub, It oaves thlo, - It Navet wear and teoar, It will Cavo that tlied tooling, It will savo you trying anythinug eoleo, It beatb evorythipg, J m R 0eII a &soN

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CLASS A. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

OLAUS A. Rita 80 35 0015 a n. SGalataa 80 32 9.15 am. Ganneuot 75 50 9.20 a.m. 10 aoy 75 55 0.20 a.m. 11 Violet 70 48 9.25 am, 12 (Native 65 40 0,80 a.m. H,J,3,. 65 40 0.80 awn. 18 Joker 60 385 0,85 m, 14 {Hrolon 45 28 0.50 a,m. S Parings 45 80 0.50 a.m. 15 Uira 40 18 0.58 a.m. SSalaolia 8833 20 10.2 a.m, S Valhalla 83 20 10.2 a.m. 17 Thora 25 20 10,10 am. 18 Rlron nor, nor, 10 85 an.m.

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YACHTING. OPEN RACE TO GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

YACHTI.fN'r OPEN ItAOE TO (IEIELONU. The following are the handiciipa and tiuea of ostarting for the annual opou race to eoolong, which talken placo to day, The atarting point will be from the Breakwater pier. OLASS B. No. Yacht, Ikat, Lead. Starting 'ime. Mtin, Min. 1 Orlont 70 10 8 a.m. 2 Valena 65 80 8,5 am, ('ioen 60 25 8,20 am, S Ripple 50 25 8.20 nam, Dorothy 60 25i 8.20 ai.m, 4 M saaie .5 15 8.35 a.m, S GQenoata 25 15 8,45 em, SAdel 25 18 8.45 a.m. 6 Rota 20 13 8,60 n,m, (Plain Bal I5 18 8.55 a.m. 7 Uritannia 15 10 8,55 arm, Ellida 15 nor, 8.65 am, 8 Myotory sor, 0.10 am,

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BOWLS. A GRADE v. MIDDLE PARK. WILLIAMSTOWN, 83. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

Bo11 WLS. A GRADE V. MIDDLE PARK. WILIAAMiTowlN, 83, 4mith. R, Fowler, Mill, Grivell ... 15 3o, Vallina, Ogdon, Fowler A. ,.. 17 Bradt, Comption, II, Hick, Willis ,. 24 Down, Mandoraon, Jones, Ward ... 27 MI~nnry 111f1 11.0_ 13 GRADII v. AlOOT VALE. W\ILLIAMWT1OWN, 85. HRrVoy, Rtovenson, Bronzo, Joseph(on 17 Gravell,W,, Orokford, Crawford, IIHall... ....... ...... ... 26 G. Wood, Todd, Groon Turner, .. 21 Parker, Patermon, Hick, L,, Riddle :1 Aoor VALl, 104.

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TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

To*DAY'n MATCHES, Town firat oloven v. Brunswlok at Williatntown Teanm-MoShane, Brown, Mills (2), Carpentor, Ford, Mitchell, Watnoo, Oaten, V. Glidstones and Allibon. Second elavena at Brunawicok, Toum- Kerr. Pilling, 0, Gladatncas, Millor, IBiley, Kilgear, Morris, Bird, Arnold, Stone and B3tt, Olub XI v. Newport Workshops, Dovers v, Rubber Workh. O. Y.M.S. v, Souch Melbourne, Thiatlr Olub v. Collingwood, Tho annual oricket match betweeoon the local Post Ofloo and the Police will take plaeoo on the Gardon's roaserve on Mon day at 2 p.m.

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RESULTS OF LAST SATURDAY'S JUNIOR MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

RESULT 01?O LANT ATURDlAY'E1 JUNIOR M ATOHES. Dovera 82 and 121 (Onton 27, Brown 25, Joh(nuIn 10, Dawoe 17 and 10, P. Erickaon 12 and 17 not our. Boll 14 ; Johnoson 3 for 8. Dawna 3 for 14 Brown 3 for 60, Onten 1 for 10) v. Newport Workshops 140. tnhia woin on firart lnninfa by 67 runa. O Y 11.. 2 for 117 ('ºpillano 67 nolt oullt, Tw pmaoy 295 n 1 our, 'rown 12; Jackson 2 for 5 Caonnelly 2 for 17, Spillano I for 17) v, ionth Molhollrne 70. Thistle 163 ISandelis 3 for 10, RuIaoll 3 for 22. ltrawrt 2 fir 18) beat Footeoray Tuirtle by 76 Tun,. Club XI 280 IV. G(ladtonea 114 n,o., BRott 84, Allma 32, ln ehinson 17, Ward 1' ; Romington 2 for 22, Ailea 3 for 112, OGladatonos 4 for 48) behoat North Preahyn 76 and 140 (Andorson 37, Balanm 33, Lookwood 16 no.. Monozica 11, Rodgora 10, Triat 10; Hindeon, 4 for 68, Alouezio 4 for 02, TriOt 1 for 24). Blue tara 359 and 0 for 84 (Twordly 28, Abborton 80, Iloaliig 12, OCrawford 23 ; Twoedly 4 for 0 and 6 for 0, Ogdon 1 for 0, Baoking 8 for 0 and ...

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