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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
HOUSIBHOLD HINTS. Tomato juice will remove ink. stains. Cups that are-discoloured by care less washing and tea stains may be speedily cleansed by rubbing with salt. Uncooked meat will become tainted if allowed to lie flat on a dish in its own juice. It should bIe hung up. A teaspoonful of baking-powder added to mashed potaotes with the - milk before they are whipped will mak= them very light-and flakey. To make your curtains a delicate "Paris" shade of lace, wash and rinse carefully, and then plunge in to water tinged with strained cof fee. To remove scorch from linen cut an onion in half and rub the scorch ed part with it, then soak in cold water. This is an excellent remedy, and the marks soon disappear. .To make boots last, wash them with a little soap on flannel, before cleaning with any polish. By wash ing the boot before applying any polish the leather is prevented from cracking. : Apple parings should be dried and used as a purifier in a sick-room. Put some red-hot coal. on a...
MOTOR AMBULANCE. MEETING AT MR UNDERWOOD'S HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
MSm AssU1mCF MEESIG .45 ME .ELTriWOO 15 Te33sz-ser the: adv~3Erdam:: ci l'nrg a mte- t. :ae intoraa tahe -rea=taizon cof mrnotar azmuenc t1'o " Ielitar atLottotea a larve ronumn'- =- i zatas ann. anntjem St··-ide di al the rewrience~ at E-r E. LU'deacnd on Mandav trninn and mane :ne 1e=::sa prenzmmrz e ;Th Mapne Counciallr :on c curoied " e mir. r'd followin* cii- m nw rru wr appointed.-M-- l t.Me;2, n re=..; MIss :aie GiTde~rood, he -s .i - ti i'ilinE tS susz r recuzerd :3 tnmmunicte .ithn r : E"1;,r 'jasl"- D- Tintn. sr e-- j c"znao Mac Thean linwne amount hae r era Iracni nr. "silecte ar a'isms~cwe racsr on Jud-.nrj f8:=:I2 IDr. 35 er. t = : r. Osidham. E. F. Lind, Mrs3 Lind.~ I=rev ?., Mct-ay Wom- Hal. Scibre a~:tions mac Be_ fa~lrrarde :C1
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
New Years Greetings. We are Opening the New Year with Great Reductions in all Departments, Everything is at " Out They Go " Prices. Our Shipments are arriving Shortly, We must have the Room. SPECIAL DISPLAYS EVERY FRIDAY, BEDROCK PRICED REMNANTS. Ladies! we Purchased a Big Parcel of Silk Blouses all Sizes and up to the Minute Styles at just Half-Price. A MATTER OF IMPORTANCE. To all Men who Value their appearance, is to Select a Success ful Tailor with Modern Ideas. Our Suits are p oduced with the most Exacting Care with Special regard to individuality of the Customer. 1 THE SMARTEST STYLES are always Introduced with due Regard to the Customers' Taste. Our list of Satisfied Customers Continuously Grows. Let us Tailor you to your Ideal of a Perfectly Cut and Finish ed Suit. New Seasons Materials now Showing. They are Specially good C. T. KEIC & GO. 11-17 FERGUSO ST. W. KEAYS'& CO. Drapers, Mercers, &c. 233 NELSON PLACE, WILLIAMSTOWN, Sell it for rLB because th...
NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
STES OF THE WEEK -'liaSlnwn nierae , ta-cay: -?zaoin Seni hma beebil durinc .:ai --r.A. Ladiea- nftario.na :ithz n o Moods. -"se Pin-m," a .EiUmdr.im. isa st ia at the Earmoesa toC nig:. - nhe saw La-ran of W nmAs cm -ab?nt lI pntuih o?i enm ed , at :he Her Eca iur ang tha-Bweek. --Sh inmatins loe n Tr dar !r :ius-InersTr oM e Wilot l iaimr own hio. 3ail Cnhb. - i MiElimun Biu and'Cizfa. Cnolin in n -:w rest coamedf d tmree Tar,3t aC30 at :a e Trcitrs to-nign*. -Stanlo Mcriy' Panmnta mm?u .xF aw n n aocesnws an -4 nia~ts se?ss5 n at n-e T.etr.e anm Catyz.anigit. A.n :, -he urns anilve.ar noasii. -aasr lapes wir minrtontd 0 eill. --The Mastar a: tin co'nfrenae of ..a- yara ?:aB e-C. pmro?o ad then hthh at Sir s-?id Ann9ar.and cnranizlated aim tnon tia Cniistana?d, -E-n . a :ae fct oonrna aad ns--Mrt Jo-sicc laffy end Mr Jaotiae Tigioaa - ;ae ano elu.in tae lagal rorfesmaio. Sai have --?o nteerad nar tab War --n enarEecCthan beesn annonncea Btweens Mr 5eu-ue R. Juc. of :ahe DeIri apoc...
THE WAR. LEITER FROM MR. A. McSHANE. THE SPHINX AND THE PYRAMIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
THE WAR. LEITER FROM MB. A. McSHBAE. THE SPHINX AND THE PYRAMIDS. MR John Cameron has received iron Private Arthor McShane, of the E non pany, second infantry .brigade, of the Australian division, a letter descoipoir of his experienees. As MoShane was captain of the firsteleven of the Wi! liamstown Oricket Club last season, his views will interest many:-Just a lice hoping this will fdd you weji and hearty as it leaves me at present in spite of be ing sent out here to this land of hey: and dust and sand. We all got a great die. appointment when told we were cooing out here instead of going on to the Con tinent where the fighting is going on. In fact, all the lads are itching to get a: it and have a cut at the Germanse or someone. We are- oamped in a very historic spot, almost the same Fronnd where Napoleon had a great battie one hundred and thirteen years ago. We are campcd about a halt-mile front the famons Pyramids, of which there ace sir, each one oconpying about 10 acres of groun...
WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
WISE AND OTHER WISE. ttt e SL been having a tussle with the deitisi." "Ah! iho came off blest?" "O'C-cr-it was a draw." Penhcck: ."Doctor, I have a most obsi too told.'' Doctor 'Iwriting preor ip ion) : "And hos's your wie' ?" "Just the same." Tlic Tailor: "I canlt iine you an other suit until ou pay for the last." The Custorncr: "Grct Scott ! I can't wait that long." Sunday School Cjlpcrintendent: "El sic, can you tell mn -nsytthing about epistlcs?" Little Elsic: "I guess they were the wives of the apostles." * * * * Customer.-Are you sure this is real Ceylon tea'? \ell-informed Young Assistant-Certainly, sir. Mr. Cey lon's name is on every package." Gcrtie.-I want to give my sweet heart a surprise on his birthday. Can you suggest something? Arabel. Well, you might tell him your age. * Church.-Tell me what you eat and I'll tell you what you are. Gotham. -Well, I eat. hash at Nixum's restau rant. Church-Then you're a fool! a * * * "Post committed suicide because he was oversvorked."...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
~Bl~rv A USTRP~P SAMUEL SPRY'S SHOE STORES. R. J. WATERMAN, Propriotor. Nelsofn Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht Club Hotel.) looos' 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. If you wish to have entire satisfaction in your MEAT SUPPLY, place your Orders with ... . T.K. Bennet & Woolock One Quality only kept at all times. ADDRESS T. K. BENET & WOOLCOCO, Premier Butcbers, FERGUSON STREET Tel 8I Williamatown, PURE MILK SUPPLY. NK W3,o (r)1n 51 Verdon Street, SISHES to notify the public of Williamstown and surrounding district that he has installed Up-to-date Refrigerating Machinery at his Dairy in order to ensure the Purity of the Mlnk. All Milk subjected to the sterilising ~~process recom mended by the Board o...
A VALUABLE APPLE-TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
A VALUABLE APPLE.TREE. An offer of uix thousand pounds was recently made for a single apple-tree growing near Lake Che lan, in the State of Washington. The owner declined it, believing that it would pay him better to propagate the fruit and put it on the market. The tree has grown frio seed which 'was planted by an Indian twenty years ago. The fruit is yellow, and is said to have remarkable qualities of pzrservs Every true mius ise msua, a Poun iry, and asp .
COMMON SUPERSTITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
COMMON SUPERSITrIONS. A lady novelist declares that, in pite of our advanced education, ye are as superstitious as ever-..Am mg the evil omens menticigd as till working after centuries of in :ongruous mysticisms are the fol owing : The number 53. Stuibsbling upstairs. Walking under a ladder. Breaking a looking-glass. Seeing a pin and letting it lie. Getting out of bed on the wrong tide. Seeing the moon over the left thoulder. Passing a horseshoe without aicking it up. Turning back after you - have started on a journey. Howling of a -dog under a sick person's window. Starting on a journey or- com mencing anything on Friday. Spilling salt, and the antidote, throwing salt over the left shoul ler. Defying fate by saying ydu are never sick; antidote, touching wood or rapping under the table. Giving a knife or other sharp article to a friend and a penny' with it to keep it from cutting the friend ship. How to Wash Woollen Garments. -Do not soak woollen garments. B3o fore washing them shak...
ELECTRIC LIGHT SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
ELECTRIC LIGHT SCHEMES TuE Lighting Committee reported to the Council on Tuesday evenin, that consideration was given to the follou. matters and recommended:-_ On estimated expenditure tI. tOely montba ending September 3lo,, 191I.i. That the Finanoe committee be ret ested to indode the following amounos on the general estimates for ligh:in-:t.G £640; Lighting and extinguaricog, G0 Mantles, Chimneys and Georral epa Glass, £120; Electrio Light Order, fi, On Inilightnil railway reserve a: bridg, in Thompson steer.-2 That the lRaOl department be asked to shade the 5ste as that people using the steps leadingt; the ra Iway station may avoid ee stroe glare romn the lamp. Oc sapplyi eleo ricity for Williamstown. -The To. Surveyor reported that he hod conferred with Mr Underwo.d (ioCor:y, Cader. wond & Co.) on the I tter Irom the Mel. bourne fa bhr Trosa seggesting that the route of the electric caale ee taehe along the alignment of the maja sewer it Port Melbonree and that it was li...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
Coal!.. Coala! Newcastle Coal. BeuL HnOUSsaoD - Bson Exa - @At Lowest oszrreu± Rases sons EL±GKBsxIHa' &ui'1 Coa Deq ANN STiREET ITERL XEWCASTLE COAL - Order Bazes u 3t wr Joes & Cok O~5e. 32oais Grade Order -zy £As be li a zy o essrs. Di ' Hall & CHa & S"L, MRLBOIZTRNE STEAMSHIP CO. LTD Ema OE>: 27-3: KIUG STREET RELB, ~Er233- ra . aeL I1S'3K ZS ~is DOlI+, HKLL & Go. DOIGt, L kgThe Leadinr and Spirit Herdhants DOIG, 1A &co. of the -ftc I I~itrict. DOIG, HTALL & CO. flfliamnstowna , Newport and Spotuwood WALTER PATERSON, I g~s Ex~ A OLJ ineraa Ir monger h Ixp:rw B h &r Ama 223 NELSO!' PLACE, WILLIAMTO STOWN. For me In rmst B s~cindsL Es xam O~ens t~e N0. 100 HXATNR. -TxICE- A Larige and Selecit Stoock of all Olamses of Ironmongery. CUTLErY TIS3ING TSACKE, LPAINi, OIIS nZ. A. n CapE ate Agect, fr th±e bes know2 narseT of Cooking StoVes. BNarsIUx Nv. I, YImwz, Loans Privately from £2 Upwards. The Credit Draper and Clot...
OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOR. BEFORE Messrs Hick and Ward, Js P., on Tuesday at the Court of Petty Sessions, Albect Roberts was charged with offensive behavior .on Saturday night.' Alfred James Fawcett, proprietor of a fish shop, Nelson place, gave evi dence that defendant was creating a disturbance and.using bad langoage. Constable George Simpson went into the shop at a quarter to twelve on Saturday night when defendant was using very bad language in the hear ing of the proprietor's daughter. He wanted a feed of fish and would not go awaynud defied the Constable to put him out. He was under the infiuence of drink. A fine of 201/ or three days was imn posed.
TOWN BALANCE SHEET. ADOPTED BY THE COUNCIL. EXPENDITURE REACHES £20,000. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
TOWN BALANCE SHEET. ADOPTED BY THE COUNCIL. EXPENDITURE REACHES £20,000. THE annual meetine of the Council for the year ending September last was held after eleven o'clock bn Tuesday evening. The total receipts reached £20,269, inclusive of a debit balance of £2473/I'/4, The sum received for the construction of private streets was £204/13/1. The license fees amounted to £904/4/r; the steam ferry yielded £896/15/4 and arrears of. rates £335/o/3. The current rates brought in £x1,800/r/9, the North ward con tributing £3941/3/6 ; the Centre ward £31 5/8/9 ; the South £2553/0/9 and the Victoria ward £21g94/9/3. For the opening of roadways £L0or/mo0- was paid there were various small items. The expenditure showed that £171o had been paid.in reduction of loads and £137817/S in interest. Public works absorbed the ,big. sum of £6968/i2/7 and lighting £I 231/1/3, these two items accounting for abput two thirds of the amount received in rates, besides which £877/17/9 was paid on the pan contra...
THE NEWPORT HOTEL. CHARGES OF THROWING BEER OVER LICENSEE. THREE YOUNG MEN FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
THE NEWPJRT HOTEL. CO&RGES OF TEROWING BEER OVER LICENSEE. TERHE YOUNG MEN BINED. REEN1Y Strong appeared before Messra Rick and Ward on Tuesday charged with unlawfully assaulting Urban Patterson Broome, the licensee. Mr -McCimas prosecuted. The licensee stated that on Friday, 22od January, between six and seven is the evening he wept into the bar to relieve the person on duty and saw Strong come in and ask for a drink which was supplied, to him. Strong bad a friend with him and asked the licensee why he had turned down a certain number of people. Brooms replied " I don't want to argue the point; it has nothing to do with you." LUter on another friend of defendant came in with him and the subject was again introduced and some argument followed. Defendant then said "You" and threw a glass of beer' over him. The licensee went to put him out, but he left, George Young, boots at the hotel, gave similar evidence. A fine of 20/- or three days was imposed. James Chapman, butcher, an...
TOWN COUNCIL. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
TOWN COUNCIL. TOESDAY. FEaB tYAR 2nd. PRESENTs :- rs Heriof (Iayor), Ne&l e McNeilage, Hampshire, Rodger, Hick, t Hurst, Liston, Dennis, Byrne, Gravell and Treganowan. - LIxrhNS RCEIVED. The:Town Clerk, Port - Melbourne, agieed to electric cable being laid to i Williametoin; South. Melbourne ap plied for information as to whether the supply was for Williametown only. I -Replied to by Town Clerk, The Town Clerk, Melbourne, requested an interview on the subject.-Referrdd to Lfghting Committee. The Town Surveyor r ported on proposed alteration of route to PoAl ma street, Inglis street and Normanby road. This route wonld increase the cost and would be objected to by Port Melbourne---Referred to Light ing Committee. The Secretary, Newp irt Gardens Committee, requested that work be carried out in - Newport Gardens by the gardener. It was decided on the motiln of Cr Liston, to reply that miney would be placed-on the estimates for the work. Cr Hurst-This reserve has been two years i...
RATING THE BOWLING CLUB. SUGGESTED BY METROPOLITAN BOARD. CLUB DEFENDED BY CRS. HICK AND GRAVELL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
RATING THE BOWLING CLUB. SUGGESTED BY M IROPOLIrAN BOARD. CLUB DDWENDED BY CuO. HICK AND GuAVELL. A LETTER from the Metropolitan Board of Works was read at the Council t meeting on Tuesday evening suggesting that a valuation of £60 per annum be placed on the Bowling Clubpavilion. Cr. Hick-I move that the letter be simply received. The Metropolitan Board of Works has already received c enough from the Bowling Club. i Cr. Gravell-I second the motion. Cr. Dennis -What rates do the Biwling Club pay ? Cr. Hick-Some time ago the Bowl ing Club applied for plans for sewering the pavilion, but were told we would have to pay 25/- for a pan charge because we were not rated. We paid. the cost of constructing a branch from the road to the premises and 25/ i year, besides £X5 aycar for water. Cr. Dennis-Why is the Bowling Club not rated? It is granted the use of the ground for nothing. Is not that enough ? It is a rich organisation, whilst a rental is charged to the Cycling iub for the use of a d...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
Councillors MoNeilage, Liston, Trega nowan and Dennis will interview the Port Melbourne Council next Tuesday evening on various matters connected with the Short road and the land abutting on it, The Council requires the road re constructed ; itdesires an understanding as to the electrio light question and as to the land required by the Harbor Trust for port development and as to the area likely to be put upon the market. The port improvement scheme should be suf flctently developed to enable the Harbor Trust to say exactly how much land it will require and how much the Lands department is at liberty to place upon the market It is unfair to municipalities that they should be unable to rate con cerns like the Harbor Trust for the maintenance of roads, for the traffi to and from wharves and piers is heavier than any other description of city traffic and the HarborTrust derives big revenue in wharfage and tonnage dues from the consignees. The remains of the youngest daughter (Eva) of Mr...
WILLIAMSTOWN PUNT CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
!a t e-rd g th Pent Jab hoLi ii rae n r ts usual nrerse for a zzonby pr.'sentd r 5l' u Mers SoovBU and:Sju" ling, wi-h second ad thbird prizeS givea by thetr lb. Tern waB a god& outer I erioZa oad ei.rt pnntusntarztd. Eal was th·e fast 0 cross the Uinc. flowedi by Soluln . wr~n T&r nkler these kne y :bi.d. Oring tc B misheloL, fibh ainciain had tywthdrtw bo oS e the flrst rrnd --a enmolated. AZttr nSoa.rae', tna judge declored Thaoir the winner, mEaaIs e'ndd and "7nointhn third. Tho wimnera nert time was 72 rin. oodt race wE ne ~flrp ' a by iv tln. The eat-ins and handicnps are -Wrandoer, err.; Thecie. 2mb Sese Evaninth.3miniisiene= E vak Zmin 51irne aintiaon, iDminiF W2A zree, lmin tine : TIhaierie 11min. Terk Iae.min 20mme. '"hieistle; 2min.: Twiztler, 3Dain.
THE GARDENS RESERVE. PROPOSED NEW CLUB ROOM. SUGGESTED USE FOR SENIOR CRICKET AND FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 February 1915
THE CARDENS RESERVE. jPROPOSED.NEW CLUB ROOM. SUGGESTED UOE FOR SENIOR CRICKET ANID FOOTBALL. rIE Gardens Committee reported to he Council on Theeday evening that onsideration was given to the esti nated expenditnre on gardens and eserves -for the 12 months ending leptember 30tb, 19:5- and recom nended : 1. That the Finance Committee be re juested to include the following amounts n the general amounte :-Giffsrd street cardens - gardener, £145; aseietant, 2133; junior £I09/41-; sanitary work, 29; insurance, 51/11.-; wnter, plants, 3ravel, eto., L1t0; water service ex mnsion, £50; painting osttage, £50; sewering sanitary conveniences cottage, sio., £500; cycle gate, corner Giffferd street and Haplanade, £!0; dressing room. £350: sundries, £50; total. 21497015/-.- Lyons street reserre-ear tener, £145 ; water,. seed, etc., £30; total, £175. Newport gardens-mstnten snce and improvements, £50; Power street reserve, £50 ; Newport recreation reserve, £25; Mason street reserve,. £10; Nelson ...