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SOUTH NEWPORT DRAINAGE. TWO ALTERNATIVE SCHEMES. DIFFERENCE OF £2000 IN COST. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914
SOUTH NIWPORT JRMAiNAGi, i'i'l A 1'1'EllN.1Tl~lI si S''IiEMT*l, 1 )II'"Il EiUNCES 1W 4'1.lli1 IN COST, .\ Itol 'rflt Iin 'th orn Snrrvyor oil flle (li lnlsn i of Smithl NewVport 44 111 5 ce Irf l Ite)fore'. I e Counci 111 on oil 'Iii ,day eV 4 19!trlg, I tN r1I COn tan Itt dbe '1111145 11 fl fo the ulrege of \ t'w l l t ill (4 (' t lie I eelong Irn i I 1111it ti 4 1 lit v4' nt lit ti. itlt it I ill tl t ' 1 I 1' h t ill Itl l' InI lil In ligt'i0 lii lllt-It 444 I liii 1 "I C~.~11~' 1 4'lt'i' l~l t' 4 l\' t'' ~II II i lii. it;en ' tntu i ty e tills il'ii lilt Ile hail) upon. .\, et ' (( ' 11rt \i1'1'' hell,)'1 o(fi t ittr 4flo 244g ti' 4411, l ,l - I tl ;Iin 14, cnery fill a VII,, 1111141 nire oth l it iti' 11 41111 tl4' tiit't it il It't' I i4i Ilif litI I >I ttii t'iii 111\ 111445 lii'tltI tI (Ifl ji~r 't 'it' i . ( 11111 lin h 4le l4' llr 'ig l I ii' ii'1't,,' h II thigit 4t' tllIInt' sl ; jl in f t w II e', til t'iig lii oftwli 42I Inc114 es sti'4 'l 4 Ii lon'l i'1"11 its gi'....
BRIDGE OR TUNNEL. COUNCILLOR JOSEPHSON'S MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914
BRIDGE UR TUNNELt ----0 COUNOILLOR JOSEIPHSON'k3 MOTION. CouNaCLLoR Josephsoon introduced the question of a Yarra bridge or tunnel at the meeting of Public Works Com mitteo on Tuesday evening. 'The Mayor advised him to give notice of motion for the next meeting of the Council and he undertook to do so. As a preliminary, it might beo wise to write to the HIarbor Trust for in formation as to the kind of croussing place favored by that body. Mr C. F, H-olden, tihe chairman, when inter viewed by a deputation from the Port Melbourne and Williamastown Coun cils with a proposition to reconstruct the Williamotown road, stated that some imuprovement on tue present efeam ferry would be neeooded, He was not spealking from the stand point of the Council ; but with a view to the requiremoents of the docks which he proposed to build at the mouth of the Yarra as part of the scheme for the improvement of the port of Melbourne. The consent of the Harbor Trust to the erection of a bridge would be req...
TOWN COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914
TOWN COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20th, PRESENT : Ors Liston (Mayor), Neal, Proganowau, Woods, Joanphson, Dun. :an, Chandler, Byrne, Gravell, Mc Noilago, and iHoriot, Lintst Recalvan, Mr D, A. Allan complained that ,ese and cattle were allowed to h wander about Kororoit Creek road, I: Referred to the Inspector. Mr Emanuel Graupner applied for t Snoxious trade license for the abat ;oirs. Approved on condition that the property be sewered. Cheques for the construction of El phin street were forwarded by Mr F1 Carse and Miss Torria and by Meassrs P. Bray and Black for the construction f Farm street, oSergeant Curtin reported against the application of Sam Quong Lee for permission to carry firearms. The application had already boon refused. The Public Works Department for warded plans for sanitary conveniences it the gardens. The estimated cost was £870. Referred to the Finance 0ommittee, The Newport Progress Association wrote nuggesting that more sanitary acommodation be provided on t he ...
WILLIAMSTOWN RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914
WILILAMSlTOW1N IACING CLUB. ----a---- Six oveniu are cot down for deuialon on (Monday next and the prize money amonutn to £1050, including the Found. ation Day Oup, £500. Ownors have made a liberal responso and no there are many hoream of olass in the various eventu, Mr Orr and hi onterpriaing colleagues may expect a bumper attend anoo, provided the woathor is tfnlue. Owing to the two days fixture at Geelong on Friday and to-day the Maiden Plate winner at Geelong may not be eligible to compete in the local miolden, and as several other oaundidates for Monday's fixturo imay coore at the Pivot meetings, and poualtiea will beho in. ourred, it is rather hazardous at thin juncturo to eolect winnera, However, the following would appear to have obaneooa in the varlouu ovents, viz : iHurdle Race-MoAlpin or Domus, Commonwealth. Maiden Plate-Poadouna or T.N,O., IlBoytah. Foundation Day Cup.--Atora 1, Glad wyn or Monodia, Bteeploehaao-Fosterton 1, The Guide 2, Pinpreaa 0, Aunivoruary Handicap-...
WANDERING ANIMALS. A NEW ARRANGEMENT. POLICE TO RECEIVE HALF THE FINES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914
WANDERING ANIMALS, A N EV ARRANGEMIZ\N(l ENT. PO)LICI 'TO0 RECEIVE, H1ALF TI;E FINES. C('r (iravell (dr ew the atlention of he (tiunl I on Tetisday evening t0 hei d t ge doine by wandering iitrs, which were put out at night i heir owners, whio thits cescapedl cinalt ie. F ive had b)eei dri (1en off lhe Churcht of Engiand grousu the iiIthir evening.it (CrI. \l'N ilage: Did he drive them u Yoi:r;,-ttreet (Caught r.) Cr. (iravell;: Similar daim,ýgc \v;( I.nc Io the (Ciommiinwiealth resirve. [he police should he empowered to )~secinte. The MI;ivor moved that half the ilts he allowed the police for con ietio ns obhained on their evidence, The motion was agreed to. Ir. ITreqt ivnian seconded the 110tobon.
WILLIAMSTOWN PUNT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914
WILLIAMiBTOWN PUNT OLUBI Tho opening race of the above club was held on Haturday lbut under faivor able conditlna. Aftor a very exciting race, Swift won, with Rip a good nocond. The latter wau admirably nailed by Ohas, Busho, To-day's race will be over the namo coursn, etarting at 2.80 p.m. The handli oapa are au follown :-Swift, nor.; Rival and Ohance, m in.t; Twlikler, 3 min, Rip, 6o win,
KLOSEWITE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914
IILO ,F WITIL. Try it next washing day, It preoerves the olothos, It meane no washing board, It means no rub, it saves timo, It saves wear and tear, It will save that tired tooliniag, It will save you brying anything seh, It beats everything., JAs RidU & SA
CORRESPONDENCE We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. [?] LIAMSTOWN. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914
COURRUSPONDENCE We do not ncessearily idontify oursclvce with thO Opinions expressed by au corroupondnusa. LIAMlSTOWN. To the Editor of the "Advertiseaor." Stt,-Recently I complained to on( of the Councillors about the abomlin able stench made by the Williamstown Town Council by burning the rubbil at the High street municipal tip and he replied airly that he had no sense o smell. Well, now, has he got modicum of sense, anyhow ? Because, when a Councillor tries to burn scral iron, dead dogs, dead goats and other trifles which are at times thrown ou at tihe tip, we conclude that he is sense less or per adventure gone baluy Yours, MARS,
BOWLS BY GASLIGHT. VISIT OF V.B.A. OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914
BOWLS BY GASLIGHT. VISIT OF VY.BA. OFFICERO . ON Thursday evening delegateoa of the V B.A,, who had Ieeon invited by Mr, 8, F. Millsi, one of the club d(legatee, visieod the Williatuetown' grooeen to play a match by high pressure gas light. The visitors included Mr Bimeon Nathan, president; Mr W.T. C, Kolly, vico-present; Mr G. H. Munro, secre tary, and the treasurer and omembers of the executive, The game was a pleasant one and was witnessed by a number of on lookers, the visitors being up at the finish, Mr James Hall thanked the visitors for attending in such numtohrs and hoped the visit had proved pleaantt. Mr Nathan said this was the first time the association as a bodly ihad visited another club for play on an illuminated green. iHo conuratulatid the club on its groon, and felt sure, but for its distance from the city, it would receive many calls for asocia tion fixtures. This afternoon V.B.A., iatches will be played on the greeoon. Thirty-tnt players will engage and their nuim...
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914
Tlo- I c·. 4,11111 lo- ·(11. \'t1 ip , (1;1d 13ii1` her,'~1 Ila di;1 ull "'ii niiil IIII nlurllLL ili ;. ,I} le1;~~. I'her wore iiiu eut;li 1; ;I I11. ;,n,,",". I'.1111 W . tw it h. Nvit tllnt II. 'H l`el it ;;cul I ha'-il. The :21211 \ 1111s N']' c 11 t of \ tln··cy er~j , t it It a ýI r f g tI lu i )11n;1 1 1!. 51 flu' t'e were eight alci'c! ](Ira\ I.II \\'illi ul will) (runt C. Muri1 !('ol1, w\11ith
THE CRACK OF DOOM. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914
THEI CRACK 01F DOOM. Dear Editor, one little word I crave To place boeforo our aoigunoure gay and grave An awful spectre, that bolere my eyeO hFrom out the Council Ohamubor did ariao, And from its horrid mouth it boomod "The eleapinesa of Williamatown in doomed I" And all our poor old womon cried; you ken I mean the woman that are no called "men-" "Our Town," they ory, " hoe done for sovouty yoeara And thought of change hath caused us tear.e, Wo've earned a roputation-a alcopy firat, And now you'd take it fronm na; thriceo acourat lo all the juggloers in this whirlpool wild, May they from out the CounilI ho oxiled, Our hope and wish hath ever been to aleep, Ard to our tenota we have tried to hoop. But now from hope ala we faitn must part, And alumbering, anivel with a broeaking heart For all around is turmoil, atrea: and work That triea to rouno nu with a horrlid j rk. But atill we'll fight for rigtitt we hild an We'll never yelld anti eshow themi thit wo fear, Their vile onoroaclhu...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 24 January 1914
SOUTHtORN,--John Lealio Southorn, dearly beloved non of Richard and Nora Southorn aocidentallydrowned in lake at Blackburn on Sunday January 18th. f.iP. SNOW.-On the 20th January, at 32 Stokes street, Port Melbourne, Maria, beloved siter of Annie, and daughter of the late Thomas and Sarah Evans of Port Fairy, Aged 55, Death, it often comes to show We love more dearly than we know, But love in death makes us see What love in life should always be. SNOW. -On the 20th January, at her sister'e residenco, 32 Stokes street, Port Melbourne, Maria, beloved wife of J. W. Snow of Dover road, Williams- town, and mother of the late Ethel Snow, Aged 55 yoare. Interred Mel- bourne Cemetery on the 21at inst. Peace, DUNCAN.—On the 17th inst. at Nelson street, Williamstown, Irene Alice Mary, beloved infant daughter of John Jackson and Lily Duncan: Aged 5 Through all pain at times she smiled, A smile of heavenly birth, And when the angels called her home She smiled farewell to earth. Our Darling Iren...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 31 January 1914
G I itBgýiii mima Can euIýiici*oac, f'OOD Acomnaodation for loardere, J near station, boach and hathe Tormu moderato, 08 Thoimpsnu stcoot, Misn Mo Konzio lato Iflindoro stroet, FOR SALE, FOR BALC, Orocorlou Yarravillo 1A BUGAlR, 12lhn 2/4j. Pure Oloar Garden Honoy, 3 Ib, 1/ SEolfraleing Flour, Ilavelooklr. d pklt, 7 110. 1/. Jlrockhofi's, Shiw'v,. AeAlpin's, King's, and Royal. 8/0 doz. White Rose and Light of the Ago KEROS1ENE, 3/80 tin. Smoked ardntucs in Oil, 2d tin. Bost IRice, 5 lbe,, 1/- Sago, 2d. Soaps (Witch, Preserveno, Volvet, Magio, Goldludor), 12 bar 2/'l7id ;or 8 one shil ling bars for 2/7j. Swallow & Arioll and Guest 21b. Oaken, 1/4 Jamws (Roseclla, Plum, Damson and Quinc, and Gooseborry, 6/0 doz. Bran & Pollard, 1/1 hushol. oReduction by the bug, Syrup and Treacleo, 3 lbs Sd, Largo Worcenter Sauco, 3d hottle, Quart Tomato Sauce, 0d bottle; small, 3d Pure Coylon Ton, 10d lb. Genuine Dutch Cocoa, 7r1 'itoz till, Starch-Gilvor Star or Lowl & Whitte...
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 31 January 1914
SWVIMAIING. Mombers racou wore continned on Thurinday afternoon, when the 440 yartn was contouted in our local Ilaths, tho winner turning up in Col hiMorriann, who awam an exeoollent raoo, followed home by Brottle OCauer 2and, and HI. Willian, a ofew inuches bohind, third, Timo-7iein, 15soas. Tomorrow morning at 10.30 the tirat of the boys' rucon for the livei' watch (55 da) will ho hold, and at 11 the liin ovent of the Pronident's handicap will be hold over the namo distaeno, The life naving dana will bo aenduotod asn enal by Mr lialins aftorwardm, Mr You lhai continued thoes claises on Weduneady and friday ovoningu thim weeok, at which thie attndance hea boon largo and oen thuilactio, and meumheiU are dotel, rminrd to strain overy ,[tort to being the " Treadwoll " challenige ashield to Wil liamntown this year Our local committen meet on Tuesday evening to to mulato the prograumne for the open carnival, which will be hold here on Saturday, 7th March. Our local champion, Tommy Holla...
YACHTING. WILLIAMSTOWN PUNT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 31 January 1914
YACHTING. WILLIAMO TOWN PUNI' OLUB., Tna abovo club, on Saturday lasnt, held a raao over their usual couano, On corrct od times, Rival," snoratch, won with "Twinlkloer," 8 min., scoond, Today's raeoo will ho for a trophy given by Mr 0, IF. Morwick, starting and finishing at the olbson's Bay Yacht Olub jetty. Entrancesoo and handicaps-" Swift," " Rival," and " Natives Las "(A. Ogdon) Soratch; ' Chance,"' mi rn, ip " ip and "Twinkleor," 60 mIni. Race to start at 3, o'clock.
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 31 January 1914
BOWLS. On Foundation Day a team of bowlers from the Ballarat Itaut lub (comprising 4 rlnke) and aomnlpanied by their prod doent, Dr. Sprinc, paid a visit to tho loncal grooeen. Alfter being welcomed by president, Mr James Hall, and shown over the pavilion an adjournmont was made to the Yacht Club hotel, where lunch was partaken of. In tho afternoon they tried conoluslons with the local bowlers and after a very enj yable game were successful. F. J, Ogdoen was the most sceooaisful local playeor in the V,BA, single lhanded matches, going through four gamnes, Brcmner also scored well, one of his opponents beiong nil when the numbers were up,
CHARGES OF TRESPASS. HEARD AT THE COURT YESTERDAY. GREENEY'S TEA GARDENS. FIRST CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 31 January 1914
CIIAIllCS OF TIRESPASS. HEARD AT THE COURT YESTERDAY. GREENEY'S TEA GARDENS. FIRST CASE DISMISSED, YESTanRDAY thero was some difiloulty nlu obtaining a IlBenoh at the Court of Patty Reasiona as the honorary justlces, tir vationue reononu, wore not anxious toad: judicato, After some delay, Mr IHiek and Mr Lonadalo presided. The following wero chargeod with wil fully trespassing on Mr Groeney' tonea gardeon on January 20Oth.-nMenar F1. J. Ogden, John Grifllths, Henoury Connell, G. M. Ogdon, Joeff, Ogden, Charles Grillihs and Arthur Ogden, The following werooeharged with wil fully troupassing on January 21st.-F. J. Ogdon, F. W. Hart, Houry Connell, G. Mi, Ogden, Jeff Ogdon and Charles Griftiths Junior, Mr M, Magonnio, instructed by'loouars Blrookott and Kemp, appeared for the nfilot 1 Alo7stre Di' horol'i alroer, for the defendants. It was agreed to take the oases of F. J. Ogden and 0, F, Ogdon as govern ing the others. Mr Magennis said on January 20th Mr Ogden, the Town Clerk, and a m...
TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 31 January 1914
TO.DAY'U MlATCHES. Tnown first olovtu V. Caulfoield at Willianmtown Tearm--oShano, Brown, Mille (2), Carpontor, tWord, Mitoholl, liarnes, Outen, V. Oladatonea and Allibon. Second elovens at Caultfield, Team Kerr. Pilling, 0, Gladetonca, All-n, Kilgour, Bird, Arnold, Davis, Walton, 8tone and kott. Olub XI v, Newport Worlrahopa. Dovera v, Rubbor Works, Thistle Olub v. Collingwoid.
BURN'S ANNIVERSARY. THISTLE SOCIETY CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 31 January 1914
BURN'S AUNIVEBSAM Y. ---~-s t TIIIFST'I1A UOGILsfY (JEEI:LhIIATIOni. A smotKs concert to colobrate the an- a nivoruary of the birthday of Burns a was held by the Thisutle Society at the I Mechainics' Instituto lecture hall on s Saturday evening. The chair was y occupied by Bro J. nluglis, president, p who sang several conga very nicely during the ovening. Mr Gregor Wood I sanug with fire and vigor " Scots wha t hab," and several other songs suitable to the occasion, and Mr Gordon Inglis played selections on the bag pipes The accompanniments were played by Mr H. Rinmmor and Mr J, Dott acted r as musical director. Reov R. Murray recited Belkirk grace upon the arrival of the IHaggis and Bro J. McEwen, t who obligingly disclharged the duties I of secretary, also recited the address to the haggi viery unpresousively, Mr R, Forguson pIroposed "Scot. t aInnd." He said hle was an Australian native of Scotish descent and was re- s minded of the Scotchuman who, when t asked what nationality h...