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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914
p HONO. 1UECORIDS.-Blig Rodlution, S wh?lvo they latl, in lota of throe, for cash--~2uin. Standard, 10,; 4-nuin, Amborol, 1/3; 4l-in, lluo Ainborol, I/0; Columbia, I/. uo h, Rox Phhoo Supplly, Noleon plac . Auetiont, BATURDAY, 14th FEBRUARY, 1014, At 3 o'oloolr, On tho Promiee, 114 Stevedore Streot, Williamutown. In the Estate of Mrs Mary Lool, ?lRIEVOR JONES & CO., Auotioneer, otn., under instructions from the Perpetual Exooutora and Trtunelee AH soolatieon of Australia Ltd, will call D.h.W.B13. IHoue containing 6 rooms, bathroom and vestibule on land 60 x 80; also surplus Fuarnituro conuisting of Sofa, Table, Chaire, Bledtead, Bleddlng and Sundries, The prolperty is uowored and for absoluto salo, Title cortiflcato, Terms at Salo, Partilulars co to Title friom E. II, Ilick, Queeoon stroot, Melbourneo. Trcvor Jones & Co., Auctioneer, 16 Douglas parado, Willilamtown, Teol 01, SATURDAY, 14th FEBRUARY, 1914., At 8.30 o'clock On the Pro'Emiseola. Corner Donuglas Parado a...
NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914
NOTES OF THE WEEK. -------- -The "Windsor Magaziuo " is to baud from Mr I, Borriman. -Mr and Mrs F, .0, Pinoott havo returned from a holiday at Cowos, Westornport. -George Paune yestorday attached 6/6 due by the IStevedoring company to an employo nuaed Driscoll. -The Town Inspector collected £32/10/6 in Icoa from hawkors at the Back Beach during the holidays. -The picture known as "Tho Test" will not arrive at the Empross Pavilion In time to be shown on Sunday night. -A mooting of persons affeooted by the special improvmenot charge will be hold in Lowis's Uall, Newport, on Monday evening, -The Municipal aund will parado from the Rotunda to the -Moohanics' Institute to-night in connection with their pioturo night, -Motor Boat Trip, lauuih " Pansy," Botanical Gardens, Melbourne, Sunday afternoon, from Stevedore pier, 2,30, calling Newport. Faro I/- Return,- [ADT.], -Tho Ouncil has purchased for 010 the cycling club's drossing rooms at the gardons reserve. It will be removed to the Gar...
THE IMPROVEMENT CHARGE. CONCESSIONS TO OWNERS. IN ELPHIN AND FARM STREETS. HOBSON STREET UNALTERED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914
THE IMPROVEIdVENT CHARGE, -------- -______ CONOESION3N TO OWNERS, IN EFPIIIN AND FARM NTRIEETd, IIOIF30N 3TRIET UNALTERED, 'THI,: Mayor roported to the Council on Tuofday ovoning that the objoe tiona raised to works under the special improvement charge at Farm and 1I phin stroets had boon considered, Ieo moved that tlhe plan and oetimatn in regard to Farm street be amended so that Farm stroIt might be made the full width, and that the upper portion, running to Home road, be metalled three foot on each sido and from Homo road to Douglas parado the work be done in conformity with the previous U' L ruIIU?wIi L I TmI)Vulw, 1. tll amendment, that from Homo road to Douglas piarado the footpath bo 11 feet wide amnd tih) treet metalled from channel to channel from IIomo road to Hall street, Cr McNoilago oppolod the amluod mont, which was loot. The motion wau carried. The effect of it in that, whlre Ioarm s.root in partly motalled, the owners will only pay the extra coit of metalling the who...
TOWN COUNCIL. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914
TOWN COUNCIL. TuesnDAY, EDInnUUAR 3rd. PRE?nsIE : Ora Liston (Mayor), Neal, Treganowan, Woods, Joaophnon, DIun can, Byrno, Gravell, MlcNeilage, and ieriot. LETTERS RECEIVED., Mr , Graupnoer forwarded cheque for J5 for noxiouB trade liconseo, Mr W. G. Jamiecou enquired who? footpath in Jamoe street ic to bo ac phalted, On the motion of Cr Neal, it wac reaolved that a report be ob tained from the Surveyor, The CY.M.~, football club appllied for the uHo of thel Garden reoeorvo for the cacon. Referred to the Gardena Committeeo. The Railway department p?romiaeod to consilder tihe requcst for latrines at Newport and 8potawood atation,. Mrs 8, mith requoated a redluc. tion in the valuation of house in lannan street. Reoferrod to the Finance Commnittoee, The Gua Company, in reply to the enquiry a .to whether lamp lighting might be attended to by the colupany, promieod to give the matter concidera tion, An alpplication for registration of promises in Quoon stroot for manu facturo of ice crea...
YOUNG WOMAN'S DEATH. EVIDENCE INCONCLUSIVE. ALLEGATIONS OF PERJURY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914
YOUNG \WOMAN'S DEIATHi -+? EVIDI5NCIE INCONOIUSIVIE. ALI~EGATIONS OF PERJURY, A'rsInn conducting an inl uiry at tho morguo;on iThurslay, ilnto the death of V\iolet May llaino, 2;, which oc curred at tho Wiilianistown hlulpital on 8aturtlday, January 2th whilo under an olperation by Dr, Eldor, Dr, If, H, Cole, tho cornor, found that the young woiuman had died front an internal injury. There was no ovi donce to ahow how this had been caused, SPreoaminably the young man imith, who haid bcn keeopiig colmpany with dccenoad for Iive years, wan tho father of her chihl, added theo coroner, and yet when ho comain hero to do his dluty to tho King by tolling the truth, ho trioti to throw duat in the eyeC of the court by committing poeirjry." William IIHenry Smith amid hlo had kopt company with th, I r led for five yeara. IIo had never mlucondue tod himaelf with her, and could not. account for her condition. "She in formead me thait i had neovor kept companny with anyone elseo and I bo lieved h...
TUNNEL UNDER YARRA. CR. JOSEPHSON'S MOTION. REFERRED TO FINANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914
TUWNEL UVDEU YABiRiiA. oR, JOFJEIPHsON'0 MOTION, ltEF'El tRIED TO FINANCE COM Mi i rfTLEE. ohu'?uC, rol. Joiephrou onl 'T?elsday evening launched hi~i motion for the conitruction of a tunnieol under the Yarra, lo mioved that a deputation intorview tlhe Promiir to rclueet him to aulpport the project, At holiday tijne, 20,00 or 80,000 l)eolilo caluo herIo. It wa time the Council ctopied out and air?lateld iteolf by holding thi8 deputation, Cr Wootd-lluit you areo auking the GovCrniaoutni to aetiit yoel. Cr Troganowan ?econdud thI motion. The querstion ought to ble in thbo forefronl, lThe Harbor Truat wat now boring in theo locality with a view to a dock, ans tlctigned by Mr Smithl. It wau true that a reportl aa to the cost had boon obtainiied from thi Public Worklis deopartment, but the liancial partP needed working out, lie movcd, aa an amoiindimnent, that thu miiatter bo roeferred to tho Financo coummittoo. Theo amondmnolt war agreed to. t.,?- .- - - -.;..??- - ,-`
ELECTRIC LIGHT SCHEME. COST ESTIMATED AT £18,645. SUB-STATIONS AT SPOTSWOOD COLE STREET AND ALBERT STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914
ELEITRIC LICHT SCHEMEI OST ' EI3TIMATED AT £18,615, SUB-B-TATIONfl AT [POTfIWOOD 001I STREEIIT AND ALBE~T STREET. MESssns McCarty, Underwood and Co., electrical engineers, submiitted their report to tile Council on Tuesday evening on the cost of providing electric light and power for the town, The report is based on the assump tion that tho Melbourne City Council will supply the power in Iulk, and that it would Ise three phase alternating current, with 100 cycles and a pressure of 6000 volts, and that the point of de livery will bo located on the west side of the river Yarra, in close proxmity to the steam ferry, The report pro ceeded :--We have studied very care fully the lay out of your town and are of opirion that the most economical system of distribution would be by means of one main sltation and three sub-stations, located in or about the positions shown on the plan attached, The high tension power would bIo taken Isy means of suitable undcrgroucd cablecs from the point of del...
WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE. TO NIGHT'S BIG ATTRACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914
VIUIPAMSTOWN THIIIA'I ,L TO NI'IlT'd BIG ATHRACTIIONS, Two big varioty attentione mrinako thoir firnst appoearance at the Williarnmtown Theatro to-night, The Duokworthl, a duo of clovor juggloru and comedy abrobalets, who have ju?t conoluded a lengthy oeason with the al lor-Bronnian manageoment, will conmmontoo a six nighte' omaeon, Olover work combined with good oloan comenody are the moans need by the Dmakworthle in boeoming very popular ovoerywhoro they appear, The Oroneloya, a toeam of comedy skotch artiete, will alio start their wok'as run to-night. They will produce their one nat playlot " Getting Even," and sallould ropeati their amomese of elseowhero, no thoeo light comedica are to popular with Williamntown audioenco, The star pic tre for thiat cftertoon and to-night is a thrao-rol Patho alnautorpieco in natural color, oentitled fIrunl Circuu to Ietac courmo, and it aboundt ill gorgenouely mountlcd aconcu, thrilling aituationa and unetorly noting, It tihe pioturo you neo the...
GARDENING UP-TO-DATE. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914
GARDENING UP-TO·DA'I, 1SIBRUARY, MAKE successional sowings of cabbage, cauliflower, carrots, turnips, lettuce, onions for salads, peas and French beans, Keeop tihe soil well loosened, and to help to moisten and air the roots of growing crops, pull onions and other bulbs as they ripen ; manure and dig all ground as soon as vacant, Plant out cabbage and caulitlower for autumn uses, Thin out weak laterals and lie up dahlias, larger carnations and keep moist and put in cuttings of carnation and pinks, Prepare your beds for bulbs, etc,; comiuoence planting freezias daflodils and hyacinth. Sow anemone, carnations, cornllower, Icelandtl ploppy, ranunculls, storks, wallflower andl pansics. This is the best season of the year for pansies and if you want good ones, try Empress mixture; they are undoubtedly the best in the world; tIhe price is a bit high, but they will amply repay you. Sow a few sweet peas for wintor bloom ; they come in very ano ccptablc at that time,
EMPRESS PAVILION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914
1EMfP1RlESS PA VILION. Tilts hot weatheor ha attracted orowdrs to tho back bonoh durinug the wook and as theo Empresa Pavilion in the only going ploturo coneoorn located thebo at the presont timao, it aecoured all tho blusincs that was doing. Tihe fixtures arranged for the coming wook will mako a strong al)peal to. the sport, "'Thi lily, " an Irish raoing drama, is packed with sensational iunldonts, and the manage. mont has hoon botorehand with its book. inug in having sccured a showing of the Wolle--0arpoentior fight, As boxing is a subjoot that londs itaself to plicturo dlis. play, a very aoourato idea of this conteat may be obtainod by patroilsiug tho show,
THE ESPLANADE GARDENS CASE. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914
THIE ESP~LANADE GAR.DENS CASE. TIo ~luthec~· · Datt r the M~dvostln·.." Btr,--Iu your laut wook's isuuo the ovidoenc of one of the witneseno in the trospanss cane between Grooney, Ogden and othera in misleading, The rent allogod to be owing was toendored and refused on account of poending litigation, and, further, it Ppeara that I had disnappeared, An a matter of fact, I am only waiting an opportunity of coming forward and and proving my statements la the Supreme Court action for £2000 dam ages now ponding.-Youro, &c. A. O. T1NSDALE, Melbourno,
AN UNWELCOME CUSTOMER. FINED FOR OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914
AN UNWELCOMIE CIJSTO'?MIfR. 4. - IFINED FOlR OFIfIENSIVE BEHAVIOR., AIAEutr Edward Wilkinuon, a naval ioaeman, appearod before Mr Pearson, JP'., yesterday charged with behaving in an offensivo manner, Constablo Waliho, who was tele phoned for at twelvo o'clock on Wod nouday night, statod that lhe saw Wilkinuon outside the Pier hotel, Ilo said Mr roedorick, the licenseo, had hi property, Mr Frederick said he had oruaorod him away and he would not go. The assintanc of Sonior. Conutable IBanku and ContabloeH Me Millan and Murdoch wass required to drag him to the watchlouuse, John i Frederick sanid a hospital nurose could not have treated anyone better than the defendant was treated by tlhe polic. Doefendant had boon Iput out one door and roeturned by anotheor, Ilo was kicking at the back door after the front had booeen cloosed and tried to get iu through the window when one of the boardeors aleopiug in that room proparedl to get up anld hit him, Somen potty ollcor sleeoping in the plac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914
PERRY SBRVHI B. WILLIAkMWTOMVk TO PORT tMI EBOU RINE. SUIMihER E IPIE TABLE. -Weather and other circumstances permitting) from Gem Pier Williamstown Week days: 6,85 a.m, 8.5, 8,35, 0,5, 0.35, 10.5, 10.35, 11.35, * 12.85iJp,m. 1.35, 2.5, 2,35, 3.5, 3.35, 4.5, 4,35, 5,0, Sat. only, 5.15, Sat. exo. 5 35. 0,5, 0.35. 8undayea,-Ialf.hourly from 1 p.m, to 6,35, p,m, Stevedore streot pier: 8teamors leave 10 nminutoo earlier than above time,:except, 5 25, p.m, on week days and 12,85, p.m, on Saturdays. From Port Melbourno- Week days: 7.0, a.m. 8.30, 9.0, 9.30, 10 0, 10.30, 11,0, 12.0, Sat. cxc. 12,15, Sat. only, 1.0 p.m. 2.0, 2.30, 3.0, 3,30, 4,0, 4,80 50 Sat. only, 5.15 Sat, exc., 5 30, 6.0, 6,30, 7,0, Sundayi,.-Half-hourly from 1,35 p.m, to 7,5 pm. FARES-Williamstown to Port Melbourne, 3d, single; 6d. return Children Half price, Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/ Between Stevedore Street and Gem Pier, Id MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, Ltd., Collins House, Melbourne, The North Williamnstown C...
WAS IT REVENGE? [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914
*WAS IT It3VEiNGlH? So?ie years ago an excitilg rnd ptuzling incident in connection with the Loch 'yne herring fishing oc curred near the Kilbrannan Sound. A crew had worked tile Sound for several hours1 but with no success. T'hey were on the point of dcparting with empty hatches whenl their nets indicated a Iheavy catch. The catch proved, however, to be only a trio of unusually largo porpoises, Now tile porpoise is tile isheruman's chief aversion; ans a catch it is useless, and when once it gets into thie ucts it never leaves without coinpassirlg some damage whiicih cntails considcrab)le ex pense. Or observing the hateful oc cupants of thieir valuable nets, the men decided to kill the porpoises, Orly one of thre creatures was brought on board, however, A noose was at once slipped round its ruiddlic, and it was cquickly dangling from the mast, A well directed blow from a Ihatchret was frustrated by a luich of thire boat, and thie porl'oise was mierely set oscillatirng, Of a sudden '...
RESULTS OF LAST SATURDAY'S JUNIOR MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 7 February 1914
RESULTS OF LAST SATURDAY'S JUNIOR MATCHES. Dovers 78 and 41 (Lodwick 17, Brown 16, Miles 9 and 9; Brown 1 for 17 and 6 for 12, F. Matthews 4 for 15 and 4 for 23, Johnson 2 for 14, Dawes 1 for 1, Lodwick 1 for 13) beat Rubber Works 64 and 36 by 19 runs. Thistle 206 (Smith 84, Dott 23, Cald- &nbsp; well 43, F, Carpenter 18) beat Colling- wood 7 and 46. Newport Ones 85 and 64 beat Blue Stars 95 and 43 (Tweedly 59, Quigley 18, Abberton 16 ; Hosking 3 for 18 and 4 for 9, Tweedly 5 for 18 and 3 for 16, Craw- ford 2 for, Allen 5 for 21. A very enjoyable game of cricket was played last Saturday between the Gentlemen and the South Presbys, and resulted in a win for the Gentlemen, the scores being Gentlemen 123, South Presbys 93, Gibbs, Bushbride and Ash- ford were the best with the willow. Harry Litchfield quite surprised the cricketers with his fine wicket keeping, disposing of four batsmen. Ben Biggs essayed to take a fine catch and would have done so had they shifted the sight boa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
FERRY SERVHIB. WILLIAMSTOW TO PORT MELBOURNEa SUMIMER TIME TABLE. -Weather and other circumstances permitting -F Prom Gem Pier Williaumstown Week days,:'6,35 an,. 8.5, 8.35, 05, 0.35, 10.5,1 10,35, 11.85, 12 85'p.m. 1,.35, 2.5, 2.85, 3.5, 3.35, 4.5, 4,385, 5.0, Sat. only, 5.15, Sat. exe.:5 35, 6 5,16.35. Sundays.-Half-hourly from I p in. to 6 35, p,m, Prom Port Melbourne Weekidays': 7.0, a.m, S.,0,;9.0, O 30, 10.0, 10 30, 11,0, 12.0, Sat, orec. 12,15, Sat. only, 1.0 p.m. :2.,0, 2,30, 3.0, 3,30, 4.0, 4,80 50 Sat. only,;5.15 Sat, exe., 5.30, 6.0, 6,30, 7,0, Sundays,-HaI-Ilf-hourly from 1.35 p.m to 7,5 p.m. FARES-Williamstown to Port Melbourne, 3d, single; 6d. return Children I-Halfprice. Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/. MELBOURNE FERRIES PTy, Ltd., Collins I-louse, Melbourne, The North Williamstown Corner Stores, Timber and Firewood Yards. Trry o ~N9 Sad Corner Ferguson 'street and IRailway pe a Also Railway Siding,. FOB BUILDING MATERIAL of every description, I-Iardwood, Jar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
fideefllll,. W LIA1hTA STOWN N OOTBAILL OLUIB A COMMITTEE; ME1ClTINf1 of tho [abovo club will be hold at tO Twyford atrout, Villiuiuatown, on Tucaday, Iobruary 17, 1014, at 8 0o'oluolr 1. Il, A. 11, JoIIr8aON, llo., 9oo, l001) DAcowmnodatioui fora uardoo, near ituatlun,- boach and baths TI'oriuu( mlu(lOL.(.to, 113 ThIunuulmfjiti uIr(Iut Mbauu Mfolcouzio lato Fºlindour atrout, V ACANCY for (bontlobman Boarder, V Hoa piora p 1nl uitatiom, 'fTormn mnodorato. Parkioulara at 063 Nelbaut placo. ACANOCY for Iloardoro, good hlomeo, s6 1j1 phi mitreot. Novwport. i'ACANCOY for, 8cuipoolablo Gbontlo Aomen oarfor3l, -- Apply "hlooch aft,'' (Liiion atrout, - TANI), It iuliulttlllo lo maj to V V Board. --No. 3 Station road, North \Villiaunououv, 'It'o U140, 13 U1tN18dlN) Apartmoont, ouiit umarrlod couple or two abogli girla gol:mg lt buainuaa,-72 Cobla abrot, Wibliaumatown, AiuctionUS. A UCTIONEIIR'S ANNOUNRIMENT. Owing to thie house for Iiremoval at thell Nowport Reserve being sold privatoly, no...
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
ONLY futr b:yo started for the bronat atroo hanudicap on Sunday morning- that method of progrcaioo in tho water not boing popular with time com ing genoration, momt of whom couffer from the orazo for speed swimming, All the namo, it is a moat uIefiuIl aId graceftil stroko to practieo. The ovont wan won by Alec fitabbing, with A. (autoratadt second and 11. Camnor third, aftor a umost exciting flnuish, The 110 yards frec-style Ia the ovent not down for dooision to-morrow morning at 10.30 sharp, The second competition for the Prcai dont's f rophy over 110 yda, brought ount 11 atarters, Tho first ho,1t resulted in a win for A. J. Nicol, 5 sooes.; W. Couch, 0 scs, nooond, and A. Roborto, 5 sees., third' Seooond heat-Il. Causor, 11 sooe., flrat; 11. Canner, 10 secc., seooond; J, Draw, 10 sees,, third, The final was won by A. J. Nicol, II. Causer, second; IV. Couch, third. The 110 yds. Ilroast-atroko will be decided to-morrow morning at II. The programme of tihe open Carnival to be hold on...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
P'00oreALL TiII comnnittc of the Williamttown Football Club will eoot noxt Toaday eVening to mako nocet0ary arringomoro nt for hloldintg the aunnual mootin,. Evory thing points towardi a auccosaful Iloeaon. All theo old playora are available, although thor isa someo talk of ono or two trying to got into tho loageno, but when practico begins it may bo confli dently expected that the whole of lant soason's team will put in an appoearance, Alloy conialdora that ho struck form rather late last season, and it in his in tenoution to mLart traininig earlier than usual, A healthy to ding will ie pro moted in the club by a spirited comlpoti tion for oioeo, Amongst thoeo nlmontionod as likely to nominato are Alessra Frank Finegan, of the Yacht Club hotel, iii proaidont, Arthur 'Pridleaux as secretary, and "'lallio" Danaldton oin ithe gonoral comiitteo, Tie posiition of treasurer is also likely to bo econteoted, Thoro in also a miovotm it on fooLt to takeo away tie right of tho captain and vic...
WILLIAMSTOWN, 125. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 14 February 1914
WILLIAIMS'roWN, 125. 1 Poninant v. Abnrtoldio at Aborfoldio. Ciravell, W., Ryan, Broozo, Hall .., 45 Patoraon, Hick, L,, lIilrck,A., Hiddlo... 25 Harvoy, tovonuson, Crawford, Joaoph on ... 82..... ... 0. Wood, Todd, Ho! neon, Grcon .. 23 AjoHini u1m1, 66,