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COOKERY. Potato Puffs. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
OOOKEK. P-tato Puff. - Pare and boil four large mealy pota. toes. When done, mash thoroughly (if necessary put through a colander or sieve). Beat until light and creamy. Add one well-beaten egg and about one-half cupful of sweet cream. Pep per and salt to taste. Beat thorough 1y. ' ape into balls with spoon dipped in melted butter. Place the balls on buttered pan, and bake in a hot oven for about fifteen minutes. Clngerbraad Pudding. Required Half a. i S~,i,-eu'~f a quarter of a pound of breadcr-mbs, six ounccs of suet, a teaspoonful of ground ginger, half a pound of treacle, salt spoonful of carbonate of soda, halT a pint of milk. Mix the flour, bread :rumbs, and ground ginger :"g.ettcr, rub the suet in with the 4nger-::ps. Dissolve :he carbonate of soda :n the mik. .dd it ~o the dry ingredients w::h :he beaten egg and the treacle. Pour all into a greased mould. :Befsteak Pickled. Lay a pound of steak in a pudding dish 'vi:h slices of onions, a few cloves, whole pepper, salt, a bay...
APPOINTMENT OF FOREMAN. THREE NAMES LEFT IN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
APPOINTMENT OF FOREMAN. f b5: I rt ::i:_ 11i:tt _~-. Se Ca-m-- -. C · L--.f.tn r- r-: were szc r: 'c_'C- ..'e lr it3 Cf H~a ~Ci^e ,lo s'-" -t__3 siste -.eS -t~e em .ita a Iz heý_se t ` _ ern asm ih his Z_ ~z SI had may cstof e_ - a:idafl-dI---- a L h~~_~ crro : here andtC: ?Wty C -er -o~d CC` hi--m atr rTZm -H Rd=-.:- 1at ?o 1e bra =_. I dray- that d. ""-e the ---?· CrNeal-w W ai Crte.. o Cr , :__. - and a .other 0beca TZe he o. Couir peared3 in _be __ ^s. bt~ i i I It was decided to e: °- ._ý.=. anp'icar' had been years c: and
BURNS' ANNIVERSARY. THISTLE SOCIETY SMOKE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
BURNS' ANNIVERSARY. TBIlTgI SOCIETY SMOIKE IGST. O Strday evening a the M chanie- Institute the anmrers?ry of e the brth of Barns was ceebra te by the Thistle Soeecy, Mr J- W. O'Seil 1 being in the chair. la Eucaittir the tosEt" Aaud Sot Iad," Mr T. -Hiender.M aid we hnardly realised that Scotlandi was oy about one third of the area of icto is, the amialest AEias State. But poet and painmer had proanonrc i it one of the most picuresqua co"ntrtes inthe world. (Chesrs)- Tho-ga the ,il m. prsr, w par, it. was - in , men and women who hi gone nta o i; the world and done we1- Te S=atch I were care'ul, frugal, indc.rious and. thorough- When people wanted work dose thoroughly, they generally wet to a Sehman (aear, hear). Faer men would not be found than in lan McLaren's works. Australia hdi a fair leen ofS~etchme. and Mr A J. *Balfour said Scotcm?ni looked upon themslves as batter than ererybo>y else in the world. The MaYor - Quire ight t . S(Laughter) ir Henderson-Soitchmen mur velled ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
BIRTH. DRURY (nee Winnie Robets).--O the 25:h of January, at Name Stsreosan's Priva'e Hospital, Maequare St, to Mr and Mrs W. H. Drury, of 106 Stev dore Street, a Daughter (Winifred Gwladys). S DEATH. MOLONEY.-On ?he 19th January, at 122 John street. Williu.stown, Mary, reliet of the late John Moloney, late of Kil more. Aged 79. Rest in Peace. BOU3VEBON.-On the 24th instant, at 17 Nelson street, Captain P. L. B3Tueron, beloved husband of Bridget E. Bouve ron. R.LP. D. Blyth, pierraster. IN MEMORIAM. SPRINTALL - BAINB9. - In loving momsecy of George Sprintall, whodied February 3rd, 1910; also Violet Baines, died 24th Januaty. 191. Deati it idt= coc=sto show W\e IsrCe sre deay thon we know. B=t lOve i death etaks us see What lore ; Efe shold always b-. Peaceraly seepijg. restig at last, Ife's wrories, trles and s=ferings past. -1 -Inserted by Mr & MraSam printall, SAKE.-On the 24th January, I i5, at 69 Parker street, Wiliamstown, George John, dearly loved husband of Mary Baker...
BATTLE VIVIDLY DESCRIBED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
BATTLE VIVIDLY DESCRIBED. BY REV. B. ISAAC. CossirEna3e the heat, large congre gations assembled to hear the Rev. Eiward Isaac's war sermons ast San day. He quoted from letters witten by Private Watts, of the 4th Grena dier Guard, who has been wounded and went to the Plymouth hospitaL He gives a terribly realistic account of some of the horrors of warfare. He was in the battle of Mons and in the retreat almost to the .gates of Paris. Sabsequently he fought through the first three days of the battle of the Aisne. He writes, "Yon know we are losing a terrible lot of men. My company went out 250 men and 6 ofeers. In one of our rearguard actions an ofieer was saying to me, 'I am not good enough to die yet.' He had hardly spoken the words before he was shot through the brain and the man on his left had his head blown off with a shell You know I am not severely religious bat I am inclined to be now. The air aroand me was alive with bullets hitting the dust at my feet 600 bullets a minute....
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
A carnival will be hell at Footecray on A,.A day. The procession, in whch the Municipal band will take part, will start from the Town Hall shortly ater ten, and proceed along Napier. Cowper. Hopkins, Nicholsan. Bockley aad Brkly streets to the park where a sham fight and ambulance display will be ehown. The sham fight has been elaborately worked up. Four motor boats will com pete in a race on the river; there will e schools swimming matches and life saving exhibitions and maypole dancing. The proceeds are for the Belgian relief and Footscray park funds. -There wil also be a show in the evening. The effiasy of tarred metal for road construction is strongly felt by the Council. The system was introduced in the Centre ward; Councillors Hurt, Hampshire and Treganowan, on Tuesday evening at the, meeting of the Public Works Committee, urged that Melbourne road and other thoroughfares in the North and Victoria wards be tarred. The Surveyor was instructed to prepare a report upon the purhas...
HOTELKEEPER ASSAULTED. FIREMAN ON TRANSPORT SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
HOTELKEEPER ASSAULTED. FuarA ONx TRANSPORT SHIP. EnwA IDlawiz, powers l looking firean employed on one of the trans port ships at the piers, appeared before e t ste and Lsdale,. Is P, at the Court of Petty Seions on Tues day charged with unlawfully .ssault ing Stephen Ryan, licensee of the Oriental hotel, Nelson place, and with refusing to leave the licensed premises when requested to do so. Sergeant Cartin, who prosecuted, na. the accu ed had been locked up since half put eleven on Saturday nighL gSep e Ryan, licensee of the Oriental hotel, gave evidence that he closed the front bar of the hotel at half past e!eren on Saturday night and saw the defendant seeping on a chair. He told him to leave After clorsing the ~sde door, he went to him again and told him it was half put elev n; but defendant shoved him and used bad language and the police were sent for. After that, defendant suddenly sprang from his chair, seized him by? the legs and tried to throw him, but did not succeed? He t...
MATTERS FEMININE. BRIDAL SUPERSTITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
I ATIERS FEMININE. ---~-- BRIDAL SUPERSTITIONS. Many and curious are the customs regarding brides. In Switzerland a bride will permit no one, not even her parents, to kiss her upon the lips 06 her wedding day. In parts of rural England the cook pours hot water over the threshold after the bridal couple have gone in order to keep it warm for another bride. The pretty custom of throwing the slipper originated in France. An oi, woman seeing the carriage of her young King--Louis the Thirteenth passing on the way from church, where he had just beet married, took off her shoe, and, flinging it at his coach, cried out " 'Tis all 1 have, your Majesty, but may blessings go with it!" There is an old superstition in Ger many against marriages in May. A favourite wedding day in Scot land is December 31st, so that th, young couple can leave their old life with the old year, and begin their married life with the new obe. The Italians dislike wedding gifts that are sharp or pointed. One pretty mar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
~41'4NcE AusT?R ZA GW SAMUEL SPRY'S SHOE STORES. R. J. WATERMAN, Proprietor. Nelson. Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht Club Hotel.) iooos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to-choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at /51- in the I 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. If you wish to have entire satisfaction in your MEAT SUPPLY, place your Orders with . T.K. Bennet &, Wooleock One Quality only kept at all times. ADDRESS T. K. BEHIET & WOOLCOCK, Premier Butchers, F~RGUSON STREET. TeL 8I Williamstcwn, A. COLLINGRIDGE, Auctioneer Phone: RENT COLLECTING central 6233. our Business. Auctioneer, Real Estate Agents And Genera: Agents, 229 anl 23 Collins Street, and at Newport. SEE INIEWPOBZ~I.---The Birmingham. at Aurali. When Bang oR Selling-SErE US "We'U. Do TLa m ." I A- HAPPY NEW YEAR! May this be-lhe...
TO GET A GOOD CARRIAGE. TWELVE GOLDEN RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
TO GET A GOOD CARRIAGE. TWELVE Gor.LD RULES. Don't keep your eyes on the ground when walking. Keep them on a level. Don't walk with the weight on the heels. Walk with the weight on the balls of the feet. Don't wear high heels for walk ing. Wear low heels, which leave the body in its normal position. Don't walk with the back bent back. Bend neither forward nor backward, but keep the spine straight. Don't hold the chest up so high that it becomes an effort. Don't wear your clothing so riPhr that it interferes with your hi eathina-.
TEAKETTLE WITH LID ON SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
TEAKETTLE WITH LID ON SIDE. A new teakettle introduced in England has its lid hinged and lo cated in the top near the side, in stead of being set under the handle in the usual manner. The person filling the kettle can lift it by the handle and hold back the cover with the fingers of the same hand, while the other hand is used to operate the water tan. With the lid in the new position, all danger of having the hands.scalded by escaping steam
BELGIAN FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
BEGI~AN FUND. M.I. ... ... ... 2010 0 -Mrs Margaret Ellery, widow of the late Mr B. L. J. Ellery, C.M.G., F.B.S.. a postmaster here in the early days, died at Toorak on Teurday. aged 74, and her remains were interred here yesterday by Mr Lonsdale, Rev. F. Lynch reading the buhisl servtee. She was the sister of Mr Ellery's i Brst wife, who was the mother-of Mrs O.W. Maclernm formerly of the Strand.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
NOTICES - MR. FRED DAY, 130 OSBORNE STREET, Williamstown OUT-DOOR PHOTOGRAPHER. Photos taken at your own homes or at the above address by appointment. All'kinds of Ont-door Photrgraphy undertaken. Copying, Enlarging, Printing and Developing done. Best of Work at lowest City Prices. ISS DONALDSON, -FLORIST- 61 JOHN STREET, Williamstown. Bridal and Maids Bouquets a Speoialty. Wreaths, Crosses, Anchors, OnCushions, eto,, eto. Floral work of every description done to order on.slortest notice. . SHOP AT HAMPSH[iRE' The Reliable Place . FOR WEIGHT, QUALITY., PRICE. The address is 144 Melbourne Road. P O'REGAN begs to notify the Public * of Williamstown that he has purchased the Marine Stores carried on by Mrs Fidani, Ann street, for the last fifteen years and being the only local Bottle Dealer, he hopes to get a fair* share of.the patronage of hotel keepers and store keepers of Williamstown. Sup port local labor and keep your money in the town. 1?R. J. C. LITCHFIELD bdgs to notify IL the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
S0Coal ! Co.al! Newcastle Coal. Best HOUSEHOLD - Best ENGINE ... - At Lowest Ourrent Rates Best BLAOKSMITT' J Delivered -Williamstown, Newport and district Branch Office.... Coal Depot, ANN STREET PIER. NEWCASTLE COAL. Order Boxes at Trevor Jones & Co's. Office, Douglas Parade and P.' Murray's Grocery Store, Nelson Place. Orders may also be left at any of Messrs. Doig, Hall & Co's shops. MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP CO. LTD Head Office: 27-31 KING STREET. MELE, r~EPIomNE-8698, 866e, 8695, 8s96 Central. DOIG, HALL & (o. DOIG, HALL & Co. The Leading Williamstown Newport Grocers Spobewood. -and Spirit Merchants DOIG, HALL & Co. of the =,llimtown District. Newport Spotewood. DOIG, HALL & CO. Williamstown, Newport and Spotswood WALTER PATERSON, (JAS. SIMMERS & 00.) General Ironmonger A Importer of British & American Hardware. 228 NELSON PLACE, WILLIAMSTOWN. OL $33.A6W3BM . For use in small Households, Bathrooms or Offices there is no...
THE WAR FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
THE WAR FUND. ~-4--- Aasrosu box is nearly fall with garments for the sick and wounded of our Empire. This week an efort was made to provide linen kit bags for a section of the brigade train. As the notice was short, 80 were made in 24 hours and despatched to Broadmeadows. The American Tea which is to be held in the Bowling Green Gardens on Thurs day next ought to be well patronised as it is in aid of the Red Cross Fund and promises to be a sunoees. Bring a gift, and being a gift is the meaning of American Tea. Ioe cream and afternoon tea will be dispensed by the ladies, also sales of sweets, raifl, eto., and sales of gifts. The jntertainment will be con tinued in the evening when the gardens will be lighted by high-pressure gas and the Municipal Band will play selections. A big efort is to be made in the town. to provide a motor ambulance for the front. To do this £5550 i needed. At tention is directed to a notice in this issue of a meeting to be held at the home of Mr H. A. Underw...
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. AYN.UAL MEETING. THRs annusl meeting of members and subscriB rs of the Mechanics' Institute was e3 last Thesd3y evening. There was a good attendance of members. The president, Mr C. T. Keig, in the chair. The secretary submitted the- Annanl Report of the Committee which was re ceived and adopted. The treasurer sub mitted the Balace fcr the year, which was adopted. Election of ornfers:-Mr C. T. Keig. unanimously elected president for the trd time ; Mr S. G. Vallins. vice-presi dent ; Mr H C. Bredt, treasurer, com. mittee, Messrs E. H. Hick, B. F. Lind, S. F. Mills, J. Grieve and W. Canning; auditor, Mr H. J. Trist. Votes : hanks were accorded to the picture '::nmittee, Messrs A. W RHick, and H. .:';k for past services and to Mr E. F. Lind for the revenue derived from the physical culture club, which had yielded £12 in new recreation members.
COPPER COLLECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
COPPER COLLBCTION, Mrs Newlands, £2/0/1; Miss C03cf, 5/7. Donations-M.T., 10/:; Mrs J. Hansen, 10/-; Mrs Trezise, 3/-; Mrs Ward, John straet, towels, ox, handkerhiefs; Scarf, Miss Rusaell; Washer, Mrs Tubb.
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. THE VALUATION. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 January 1915
CORRESPONDENCE. We So n cesLTzy etiefy osfem I v- Zii e h ria P ;rcaxbed bty 0= CCZtrecp X THE VALUATION. To the-Editor of the "Advertiser." Smi,-A few days ago I received a visit from our property valuer, appoint ed by the Town Council. We all admit that values should be revised from time to time. We also admit that property has gone up this last two years and there is every -indication of them coming down again. This revision could have been left until things get to the normal again. Some of us remember, nearly 20 years ago, when our Government stopped a percentage reduction from the men's pay, and values had fallen very low, but did our Council (ake a percentage off our rates? Not they. Now they have appointed a young man and we wonder why such a young and inexperienced man should be ap pointed. When. we see how he is carrying out his duties, it is easy to see .that he is instructed to raise every property up to loo per.ent. No man with experience of any standing would take on su...