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IMPROVEMENT RATE. PROPERTY OWNERS STRONGLY OBJECT. DEPUTATION TO COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

IMPROVEMENT RATE, PROPERTY OWNERS STRONGLY OIJEOT, DEPUTATION TO COUNOIL, TaIE Council Chambeors on Tuesday evening was so crowded with rate payers who came to express their opinion on the apportionment of the coot of making Elphin, Farm and Hobson streets that Councillor Mc Neilage remarked the deputation would require no further evidence of the necessity of a Town Hall. The Mayor moved that the standing orders be suspended in order that the deputation might be heard before the ordinary business was proceeded with, The motion was agreed to, Mr Jameos Lydiate by letter re quouted that a deputation of property owners in opposition to making El phin street at their expense be received. Mrs M, J. Gibson, Elphin street, forwarded a letter of protest, Mr E, Bliss, a ratepayer for 28 years, protested against the making of Farm street between Hall street and Homo road, on the ground that the work was already done. Mr James G. Hay objected to the amount of his liability. Miss Monteith compl...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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SECOND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

E1COND I1 YEVEN. Tho nooond olovon scoured an outright win against Camborwell by 73 runs, In the winners sooond inningEL, Kokr 37, MorriB 14 not out, ind Oladetones 14 shaped beat with the bat and Arnold 4 tfr 18, Gladstonon 2 for id, and Morris I for 10 securing the wickots.

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THE VICTORIA WARD. INSPECTION OF WORKS. THE SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT RATE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

TIHE VITOf.III WAUD. INSPEOTION OF WORKCS1, THE SP1EOIAT IIMPltOVEISMENT RATE. ON Thursday afternoon the Mayor and Councillors Gravell, Heriot, Neal, Byrne, Joseplhson, Treganowan and Duncan inspected the works in pro gress in Victoria ward, under the special improvement rate. One of the streets, about which ex-Councillor Schutt had consmented, they admitted was unusual; but tlhey regarded it as a first class job, and one that ought to give satisfaction to property owners. Several owners were interviewed re garding the value of their property at pesent; thle amount they had given for the land and the amount of the improvement chatge, In every case, it was found the owner was making a handsonme profit on the transaction, Conunenting on the deputation, Counitcillors agreed tlhat there was some appearance of unfairness. but they de clined to take any responsibility for it, 'They attributed the apparent favoritism shown to I3unbury street and other thoroughlfares made out of the general...

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CRICKET. CAMBERWELL v. WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

CRICKET. OAMBI.tWIrL v. WILLIAMETOWN', At Cambrerwell, Town were defeated outright by an inningu and 28 runn, IT their necond inninga they only reoahod 112, of which MoRihano made 62 (not out), included in which were a 0 and aoven 4'u. toores - WILLIAMaTOWN, 1irst Inninga . .. .. 05, Saecond Inningu. N. Mills, stumped ........ 8 W. 0 frown, bowled ,, 6 A. Mill, bowled 0,. , ,,. O A. W. Ford, bowled ... ... ... 2 A. Moihan., not out 62 A. Carpenter, stumpod 4 [I, Barnes, stumped... ... 11 L. Allibon, I.b.w, ... ... ... 2 E. Outen, bowled .. ... .,. 12 D, fliley, caught ,.. ,,. .. 4 F. S one. aboont ... ... . ,. O Sundry ... ....... .. 1 Total ...,,., ., 112 CAMantwoRL,-First Iningi ... 285 llBowlin.-Molhane, 4 for 48 ; Allibou 2 for 13; Stone, 1 for 22; A, Mill, 3 for 89; Carpoenter, none for 8; Outov, none for 85.

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BOWLING CLUB PAVILION ENTERED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

BOWLING CLUB PAVILION ENTERED. MrJ 11. lick on Tuesday morning found tihat the Hlowling Club pavi lion hadl been entered. He had taken the precaution on the night before to remove money that. had been taken during the day, and most of the lirquors were secure utinder lock and key. 'IThough nothing of importance was missed, the mnatter was reported to Sergt. Curtin, who detailed Constable Gleeson to make an investigation,

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LAW PROCEEDINGS PENDING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

LAW PROOl5EDINW4 PENDINNG. Summonses for trespass have been served by order of Mr Greeney, tho proprietor, upon Messrs Ogden, Grifiths and others who are alleged to have acted without proper authority in removing the screen. The cases will come on for hearing at the Court of Petty Sessions on Friday next Mr W. HI. Croker, on behalf of Messrs Ogden and Griffiths, have issued a writ against Mr Greoney for illegal detention of the screen, The case will come on in the County Court, -Rov. W. Wylrkou, of the Methodlut Churoh, iu layving on a health trip to Woat Australia. Hie plano will be filled to-morrow by Rev. Levwi J, Rolando, a noted Welsh proaoher.

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SOME MISSING PROPERTY FOUND. ALSO PROCEEDS OF ANOTHER ROBBERY. FINGER PRINTS TAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

SOM3 MISSING PROPERTY FOUND, ALSO PROO1EID)S OR ANOTHER HODIiBtY, JFINGER PRINTS TAKEN. The property missed was a bottle three parts full of \Voolfe's schnapps, a dozen bottles of ginger beer, a handlbag, valued at o/-, the property of Robert Fowler, a member of the club, two blacks howls, with the initials A.13,, inscribed in silver, a pair of shoes and a handbag. valued at /3/51-, the property of Andrew Breinner. On Tueslday morning, Messrs E. Cox and G. Gregg, employed in tihe construction of a house at Foster street, reported that tools consisting of saws, chisels, screw drivers and other articles used by carpenters valued at £1115y/- had been stolen from the place where they were em ployed. Later in the clay word camne that a quantity of things corresponding with those stolen from the Bowling Club and Foster street had been found between one of thIe miounds on tihe rifle ranges and the Port Phillip shore, Sergeant Curtin found that half the tools reported missing were amongst t...

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WEST'S PICTURES. AUCTION SALE OF SCREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

IVIEST'S PICTURESI ~\U( 1IOi ) .S.LE OIF SCREIýk,. (nto I ('.dn Imooning at I I 0 loh an :tutoli on ,alo of a picture screen at We'st', 1'ici ores was ad lollse to( l( Iake place, \i.X allan ot, ault i e iO l2c i , ro ic I Wa s ini aI (OldiltiOO befote I I o'clok, bt thre w\as nio sIl. \lI -tht~lI Was1 to ho St.. LII a> d. (((lt hall t doe (I tuI 111 busily engatgod liaulinig mal~terial frumrn Ic tilurl1 gaiidies anIdL p1W. In it ((iI I lorry ou(tsidI. 111is, it (5u '-mid, \teas part of 1ws screIC, nld) Iit had bon hetreiovo, it NV;as (ndel '-10(1( uniiiier legal advice, ohb tajind b f e I leCI ssees of the ieroin' . lhe lanidlord, Mi r I 2Oili\., took n1o 1action, Iiut stood0 he iull lookcd on. It appears that tindecr the La;ndlord and Tenantll~l Act tools of tIrae calinnot be seizod fo iiornon-ia\ ((111 of ient, and tile screenl it \\·:as Contendedl cameu undel r that delfinition.

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ROBBERY FROM POWER STATION WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

1OIBHERY FROM I'OWElR iTATION Francis Williams, of BI3ouverie street, Carlton, omployced at the power station works, has reported the theft of a Winchester rifle, valued at 25/-, I-e left it with his coat on Wednesday morning. As there are 700 men employed at the works, the police are not hopeful of recovering the property,

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LONDON ILLUSTRATED. LECTURE BY REV. FRANK LYNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

LONDON ILLUSTRATED, LECTURE BY RICV. FRANK LYNOH. HOLY Trinity schoolroom was well filled on Tuesday evening when Rev. F, Lynch gave his illustrated lecture on " London," The lecture was preceded by a duct by Misses Breaks, a recitation by Miss Webster, and Mrs Josephson sang Tennyson's "Brcak, Break, Break," Mr Coleman acted as chairuan and in introducing the lecturer said that this was the first of a series of lectures that had been arranged by the trustees of the church property, and as Mr Lynch had only conme from London some few years ago ie was sure his knowledge andtl experience would go a long way towards making the lecture more interesting. Mr Lynch began his lecture by screening thle photo of one whom he considered to be the most popular man in the world-the Lord Bislhop of London. After eulogising the Lord Bishop, the lecturer proceeded to show pictures of the Thames, and instanced that the banks of that great river was the home of hundreds of outcasts. The Thaues was a g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

Don't Miss Your Opportunities. "El 0 3:TT In all Departments. RIght throughout our Stores we are throwing out Genuine Bargains, Pay us a visit-you will not loose by it. C . T KEI 0 CO, i0 17 FERCU8ON ST. vvxAr rKVTY DRAPERS, MERCERSt, &GC 233 NELSON PLACE, t ILLIA1M1S'TVOWN, OUR CASH PRICES Eugineers' Shirts, navy and black, unercerised with e. & p, 2/6 Whitt' Tennis Shirts, with c. & p , I/. 2/11 and 3,11 Men's Braces, 6,, 1/", I/, 1/0, 1/11. 8/8 Men's Sox, 4;d.. 5Bd , 6d, ld, 1/., 1/6 and 1/11 Men's Underwear, Singlets and Pants, 1/-, , 1/ 1/6, 1/11, 2/11, 4/6, 5/6 Fashion Shirts, '2 11. 3/11, 4/11, 5/11, Silk Shirts, 5/6 Overalls, 2/6, 3/6, 8/11, Working Shirts, 1/11, 2/6, 3/6 Ladies' Black Bose, plain, ribbed, lace and embroidery, Cd to 1/11; Cashmeroe, 1/- to 2/3, Linen Collars, 8d, Long Lislo Gloves, in black, white and boeavor, 6d to 2/6 Children's LIono, Black 0ox, 3d; Threc-quartor Hoso, 6d, 7}d, 1/ Black, Tan and Oroeam Cashmere Throeo quartor Beos,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

UNDElR NEW MANAG11MENNT, YA CHT CLUB HOTEL R ndevous Nelson Place, Williafiston. The Leading .Housoe AND One of tho Best Appointed out of M1elbourne. Within a few minutes of Pieor, Rteasrors, Bosaoh and South Stations, and Bathe I Half-aun-hour from City by Sna or RBall, The Rendeovous of all Vachtarnon of the Bay I TBB ACCOMMODATION MOR THERE IS A VISITORS IS VERY SUPERIOR, . 8PAC0IOUS CLUB ROOM. HOT and OOLD BATHS. BILLIARDS. LUNCHEON romp 1 till 2; All Meals One Shilling. Telephone 76 (Williimstown Eax). FB ANK FINEGAN, Proprietor. SA MUEL SPRY'S SHlO: S TORES. R. J. WATME NMAN, Pvopr,,tor, I Nelson Place, Williamstown, (Near Yacht Olub Hotel.) Ipoos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at 5/- in the £ 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, A W1{lli1lUR ? Now iN the Tih...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

Tho Mayor and Mehurs Hick and Ward on Tuesday fined William Jones 5/- for being drunk and disorderly, Hl had eoon taken of tli railway line near the Williamutown station by Oonotablo Simpaon and looked up for hit own batoty. FLinou for non-attendance at aohool by their ohildron wore imposed to the amount of 2/6 in the oases of Jamos Patterson, Abororomblo Anderson, and William Joneu; on four ohargos, John Deegan and Ifroderlok Pownall woro each flned 51-, and John Lowrlo and John MoTaggart 6/- oach on two chargea, and Robort Barron 5/- oaah on ono oharge. The Publio Works Oommitteo, on Tucaday evening, on the recommonda tion of the Town Burvoyor, resolved that William stroot bo made, under the provisions of the Health Act. That very groat artist, Mr. Leonard Borwick, the moat celebrated English piantat of this generation, will pay a re. turn visit to Australia this year. On the occasion of his former tor Mr MBorwiok was limited by his English enugagoment to a very hurried visit. Ho ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

PERRYV SERVH6B. WILLIAMSTOWN TO PORT MELBOURNE. SUMBYlER TIME TABLE. -Weather and other circumstances permitting- OFromlGem)Pier Williamutown Week days:"6,35 a.m, 8.6, 8.35, 0.5, 0.35, 10,5, 10,85, 11,85, 12 35 p.m. 1.35, 2.5, 2.35, 3.5, 3.35, 4.5, 4.85, 5.0, Sat. only, 6,15, Sat. oex. 5 35. 6,5, 6.35. Sundaya.-Half-hourly from 1 p.m. to 6,35, p,m, Stevedore street pier: Steamers leave 10 minutes earlier than above timesnexcept, 5 25, p.m, on week days and 12.85, p.m, on Saturdays. From Port Melbourne Week days: 7,0, a.m. 8 30, 9 0, 0.30, 10.0, 10.30, 11 0, 12,0, Sat, exc. 12,15, Sat. only, 1.0 p.m. 2.0, 2.30, 3.0, 3.30, 4.0, 4,30 5 0 Sat. only, 5 15 Sat, exc., 5 30, 6 0, 6,30, 7,0, Sundays -Half-hourly from 1.35 p.m. to 7,5;p.m. FARES-Williamstown to Port Melbourne, 3d. single; td. return Children Half price. Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/. Between Stevedore Street and Gem Pier, ld MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, Ltd., Collins House, Melbourne. The North Williamnstown Corner Store...

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NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

NOTES OF THE WEEK. -Monday, -Foundation Day, -Municipal Band will play at the BaUnch Beach on Monday evening. -Mr J. Scott was appointed conductor of the Municipal Band on Thursd. y evening. -Now machinery to cost over 210 000, is to be installed at the Newport workshops. -Section of V.B.A, single-handed championship bowling matobes to-day at three o'olock on the local green. -The annual general mweting of tho Mechanics' Instituto will be hold in the lecture hall next Tuesday evening -Mr T. A. Tallants, a teacher or musico in the Easondon district, will receive the appointmont as organist at the Cecil street Preobyterian Church, -Motor Boat Trip, launcuh " Pansy," Botanical Gardens, Molbourne, Sunday afternoon, from Stevedore pier, 2,10, calling Newport. Fare i1- Return, [ADVT]. -Great o''nstornation existed in the ranks of the B seootion bowlern on Satur day. Josephson, the champion, was out of form and the result was that the lido suffered its tarst defeat for the season, -The Gra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

Notice. Ils DONALDfON, -FLORIST,- 61 JOHN STREHT, Williamatowa, Bridal and aides iouqluota a lpeolalty, Wreathe, Croteas, Aunhori, Oauhions, oto,, etc, Floral work of overy deaoription done to order 0on ilirtout inotice. R. F. W. .HOMEWOOD, Mol init,1 Tuition roeunmed on 26th Januarry. Students attend at oui.l hourst. 48 Otifard street, Williamratown. ,/RS EI. SEVIIRi, 10 Dover Road, desires to announon that aho haa opened a LAUNDRY unitneE, All work neatly and promptly exocnuted. WyI LLIAMBTOWN U F.S. DItPIN SARY, Applioatlons are invited for the peattion of SEOCRETARY to the above inatitution, Applicant moust be a uieoiber of coma Order affiliatod with tho inlatitutioo. Appiloatlions to he mado not lat.-r than February Oth, 1014, adldreoodl t- tohe SeBooretary at the Dispeolnary, A. ASTONr, Acting teorotarv. UI3LIO APOLOGY,-I herowith hogb to apologise to V. II. McLo.maky, of Nelson place, Willianutawn, for rtato* monts eireulated by me, ni I have teond them to be without foundati...

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METHODIST QUARTERLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

METHODIST QUARTERLY MEETING, Thec 1 Iiillarlerlx I 111't' ]rPOt:: of the I .;lr l llt I ircuit. \a, hlil it Jolin I huicli ulou c'hin Mornday, *fniiuary lc'iloa i' Ime tihoi;Iiitiiy fllreOiI, tibia ,ei 'prtal a ologies ott atccountti I' iI ii il ys a (] in istaice. Til rubtae 011111 oi tiicoinlei wts eit ict'tghiuI , ls 'IHi Itl' treiivportcd increataes on Ilie cornldiiitg quart or of' the previous year, ol it totalI hiei'cLi or nl~pwa l1 of ini'1. Thliu ba littice shio t allowetI it tlllicleiry 0r about £in, created partly by the Increase of mntlnsters' sttipeitis, anti ;I ;lissend auloiu t fromth pro- lT "I., of' I (iititl lges. A part. fiotu this h' la a ico heet, otil considereul IIS hea rlthy, a ni at upi weriei takenu for Ite hinnllnii Itc ti slug oit tie tellutliortry Ill'ieI'. n iilin other dopartllta nts the IIIM .I In- nlil ('ti ttte rtll seli wore Iliu'iitiic. 'L'ho Monto lttd Foreign .\l-siiin iltculli showedl a fitne lii a11 ovt £it00i was coutrthttttud y Ill, circu a (...

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SAD CASE OF DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

SAD CASE 01f DROWNING, .n,11 lcSli( SO tliOlrn, agRcd r6 \cs, \\was drowned in the lake at Blackbuirn on Siunday last, He wVent in to hat he soon after dinner. The depth of water varied from 15 feet It ;o feet, and Ithe magistrate who held the inquirv, Mr. A. T,' Clarke (formerly of this town), fornIed the opinion from the1 medical evidence, that death was due to choking, by going int the waeICr two soon after dinner, The deceascd wns the son of the slation ma ster at 1lrtckblurn, Ihis imother being a sister of Mr. M. J. Fitxpatrick, Newport. He had passed thlie public service clerical exami;nation, and was employed at the Yarra Ienld Asylum office, and had passed an exnmination in De cemiber entitling him to promotion. His parents were on a visit to Vil liamnstown at the time of the occur rence, and have received many mt pressinns of sympathy,

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THE STREET LIGHTING. EXPRESSIONS OF DISSATISFACTION. COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

THE STREET LIGHTING. IPR SI 5sIONS OIL DlISSATIS FACTION, (;O\I I TEE TO INVL:STI GATE. into same limn air o Isr lighting and extiinguIishinig thlie streel laimps. (Cr. ('llrin(Ih 'tnd ler d ted whether IeII CintiractUr Iwas employing m:en able to do the work. Perhaps thel pa' ias inadequate. The slervice, at all cvents, was (Iry poor indeed. IHe inltnded it moiie Ithat the con Iract be terminaled, and that the worlk he done lbv day labor, under the srpc rvision of the surveyor, IThe fl avor moved that the mat (rr he investigated by the Lighting C(immitite. Cr. Byrne secondedtl thec motion. Cr. ( Chandler: We had a far bet ter service when we attended to the lighting ourselves, 'I'he miotion was agreed to.

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TRAGEDY ON BOWLING GREEN [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914

TIRAGEDY ON BOWLING GREEN' 41 goon) 4 igli, 4e 1 1 1 4ai'd , it ge. () itials, Ntrnyging with ulveradiy, is a >14.141 fri It }44 1>. And mo1 m 444 4 plu.tt4444 4 44 hi 44itre When I t I hice 4I (l4444441g144i~lll 4441414'4 >Ilii9 jll il.'j )r(It lot o1f ono, who iu ll manyo lev}" n liel anl int a'd i al-llr I toil ren in to willlclt 1 44 4ther ;1 - ibin; I n 441iall of 1t1 144lle- 4 i-i l 4 4x4 "4 IC lli iy ll l t, 1o 12e 4h4r44ghly Ip-ii-d te' ii clrlge Mits te . --4 44 i4 eer li4 44 4l'y to ali ,dd 4e., it1' tier 44th(1 1> 4g4ll 0 t e gilrdoli lu i~ullrlasimei, the}- musitt have' "wtvo 444 44ha 1114i (i 1 41 0 4e 2 ioJd2In1(st, wh'eni' rcoolvinll ;lil\l the irtagedy heling emii 4 4 liy II,) local '(4o 0)2ing green, A dee 11 feolting of' gloom pervaded 44-44444-4 44414.4141( o 12141 1d~(ClltPR 4141 all 4 1li4r14' The rncky" binck I4i 1u1 l i(irslles, wthoi n Joyoi1 4III' 4i1' their 41te' make h'iteiIgdons re-~mid with delicious melodies, were i14e4r4 Id liy i, 14 i o on...

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