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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 February 1914
A DE'PAsrTUr.E to be welcomed in the Council's loan proposition is that each of the four works is separate from the others and has to stand or fall on its own nmri(s, In all previous loan pro posals, Works in the North, South, Centre and Victorta wards were lumped together, with the result that criticism was silenced, cach ward, for its own sake, ignoring the folly and extrava gance of its neighbors. The Piazza of Genoa was not built by such mean methods, nor is it to be wondered at that interested ratepayers readily took the bribe. . The special improvement charge is the only medium through which future borrowings for streets may be mado. The reform has come so late that it inflicts hardship upon ratepayers in settled districts who have been paying rates for years and re ceiving little or nothing in return. Everyone would like to see justice done in these cases if the Council, without departing from a salutary busi ness principle, could see its way to do so. But the remedy proposed...
NORTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. HEALTH OF REV. JOHN CALDWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 February 1914
NORTHt PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, II..L.LTII OF' IlE\', JOhLN CALlI WELL, T.le ('Ugi'egictll oilloc i I lillex i IIl('(!l. Incl iI' hI.I i lurIch h, ,'ae hclc on 1lih ]"ehL'lIll'y, n he ab0 lse'lce of llle fit'v, Jno, (C'lihlell, lhroullglt' dll hlealh, hile Inhor i c lOdrltillolr, 1oYv, 11, 3ll'i'ray, 13,D,, premlded, lrom l he I';ijr i'la ,il ilcIcli(ld, It I, chlcI L' tlhat - lthi Irctrtc',\ai ce chllurclh colllillnei to ?ll~lll+L e' I U tl' ,v i ul t t l 'i a I, tn.linv' . hllhl5t'llt't |I1 ilt'I.J IOWIInllll, CVIJII tlO lll 'hil ide, thl, 'ie Ia ci iihuihllit, evidence of ( 110 liltI, rIIlII iIii loynllt y of lilO iilm i mberhip, Tile income for Ilic ,v(11' illmilliltd Icc walrdWcl'lls cif £7i0l The chiilrch 1' ll wsli Ihlcreaciic.'ci by 312. Aboiil hal f of li is nifilhrl joli od Ihe clllli'cli by "Lpr'Lfeoulon ofc faith," '.lieln Iit'ici are ,ollsidelredc ecieliilly?l gri'ifyillhig by (1e onflherL, inSii?iincIh ia I?Ihe church hliN1 - beon whilliol th.e iilpirillg ,preailce of Ilhe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 February 1914
WILLIAMSTOMW TO PORT MELBOURNE. SUIMMER TIME TABLE. -Weather and other circumstancos permitting - From Gem Pier Williamstown Week days: 6,35 a in, 8.5, S.35, 9.5, 9.35, 10.5, 10.35, 11,85, 12.385 p.m. 1,; 5, 2.5, 2.35, 35, 3.35, 4.5, 4.35, 5.0, Sat only, 5.15, Sat. oxe. 5 35. ( 5, 6,35. Sundays,-Half-hourly from 1,35 p.m. to 6.35, p,Im, From Port Melbourne- Week days': 7 0, a.m. 8 ;0, ) 0, t) 30, 10 0, 10 30, 11.0, 12.0, Sat. exe. 12,15, Sat. only, 1.0 p.m. .2.0, 2.30, 3.0, 3.30, 4,0, 4,30 5 0 SMt, only, 5.15 Sat. exc., 5 30, 6 0, 6.30, 7,0, Sundays.-IIalf-bhourly from 1 Ii.m to 7 p.m. FARES--Willianmstown to Port Melbourne, 3d, single; 6d. return Children Ilalfpricc, Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/. MELBOURNE FERRIES Pry, Ltd,, Collins Ilouse, Melbourne, The North Williamstown Corner Stores, Timber and Firewood Yards. Corner Forguton reetroot and Railway plac e Also Radway Siding, FOR BUILDING MATERIAL of every description, Hlardwood, Jatrah Palings, Weatherboards, Floorin...
ROSE DAY. UNDER MUNICIPAL AUSPICES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 February 1914
ROS DAY. UNDEIR MUNICIPAL AUS PICES. A letter from the Horticultural Society, applying Jfor a donation, was read at tile council meeting on Tuesday evening. The sccretary o~f Ihe nciety urged that it had a claim on the support of the coun cil, because the culture of flower girdens improved the value of pro perly, The Mayor suggested that a Rose Day be herd at some suitable time of the year. It might be pos sible to attract oo000 people to such an exhibition. By making a charge of r/- for admission, the receipts on that basis would be £Ioo.0 lie would be in favor of the council giving £roo towards such an ob lect. ITht E matter w'as referred to the Ga;rdcnsl Committeec
HOLY TRINITY CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 February 1914
HOLY TRINI I CONCI~IW[I, (Is [01(1(J (lie11th,) iCJ01't Iiiitt or sItigit's, JIltItiiiiits tItil ruclirs\ tade tituidlyl.. punI( l~ilr1 II mu of iltl' tistitt Eli'e'3 it~~ 1IstIt Itittti s Ll ii \ i~iir Iliii tol sluJ Ixi~rtlui tl h\~I~t0. I rlll i'iiitl~l, il libi mu111 Ititlt IC tijutt0,it lii ilititti (tl ilt'ititi ii icto (It sl~~lllaa ~ u1C 1i 115 lihltll'' itll gIu'i u'I'ii'ii~uis 1 (I isa111 lli·(i'glus si t i li tV( i ii5(c(. tulu'ltttt1(t(ti itt( ''I~ hit~ll N sit]lr 1~~I. SI.1111(OI~, II tiu; lt'. Ito ut'uitgti utuii't I\1(I~~ ut l lln Il LI~~, .I1I
IN BORROWED CLOTHES. APPOINTMENT WITH A GIRL WEARER CHARGED WITH LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 February 1914
IN BORROWED CLOTHES, Al'POINTMIENT W'ITI[ A GIRL, \VEARER CHARGED WITH LARCENY, ile:sNIT Traylor appeared yesterday before Messrs Pearson and Duncan charged with stealing a hat, shirt, sleeve links and stilt of clothes, vained at £.I, the property of Henry Ilrew, Sub-inspector Wescott prosecuted and Mr Whitchead appeared for the defendant. lenry lrew, signalman in the Royal navy, residing at the Naval Depot, gave evilence that last Salurtlay morning he was in plain clothes and changed them at the 'ier hotel where he had a room, with others. Ile had a grey flannel suit, pair of links, shirt, straw hat, collar and tie valued at /.I Ilc identified tle clothing in court as Iiit property, To Mr \VWhitehead Defendant occupied the same room, IHe was in my company one night last week with another seaman and overstaycd his leave, Victor Georrge Ray, ordinary seaman in the Royal Navy, stationed at the depot :aid tile last Witnes gave him permission to vcar a green suit of lis and to go to' th...
SOUTH NEWPORT DRAINAGE. SURVEYOR'S PLAN ADOPTED. £3800 TO BE BORROWED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 February 1914
SOUTH NEWPORT DRAINAGE. SURVIYVORU'S PLAN ADOPTED.I 3800oo '() T I E BORIROWVEI). Thi I inanice Cotlntlnitlc:c reported lon 'I'ueidt ay :wv'ni!g I that Ihe rIc pl Irt of i thC I utw I i irhl('() , on t he drainmlgec of Soulth Newport, he adtloptted, Md that the necess.ary tiliep hle taken Io hIi , :"w xtx 3800 to 1.;ll'ly I)11I the \V ,!. Cr. liyrme aiki(l if to ners would he rhart;tgd whih Ihis work, T'Ihe \laor: The hdrain will nut 4i through l iriale propriiitly, but I hro)iuIi h ( itv Iirnt nt lan I ld, It is liin''ly ;a iiiiiiiit'l l wo\\(rk, becauii e ain (ioitel iniiti t he foiund for Ihc (lratilnagc of Mason street iand coln Ii uoiils sltr'eelts. Ir. rg itnotwan coii(grittilated Iht, I hiillnc Co(mllllllitltee on) the fair t itw it had tiaken.:ii, It would COl i ince people in Newport that the council did not look upon its obli Sall?lon.' in a nilrrow spiril, I(r. Chandler suggested itht ,'3t8o be added to make an outlet I,\ iway of Annie-street. Cr, 'i'reganowan did not wis...
NEWPORT PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 February 1914
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THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. TRUSTEES INVITED TO CONFER WITH MUNICIPAL DELEGATKS. HIGH SCHOOL PROPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 February 1914
TlHE CGlAMMfAl 8IUOOUL TLUStTEHI I INVITED TO CONbIIR W1'Ill MUNIOIPAL DELEUATIIS, II1(II SOHOOL PROPOfSITION, Tu?t Mayor oni TIuoeday evening moved thalt th truteeoa of the (Iraninar School be invited to emoot four moom bers of /the Council to discuas the future management of the land vested in the trustoes. The Mayor q,loto.l froml corrolpon dence dated LSI;: which showed that the Council had initiated the Iquetion of Iuilding a school and that the application for a grant oi: land was re. fuled; but thile Council renewed the aplplication and in Juno 24tth, t187, it was granted. The aito was afterwards ..,1.-o-4 T., 11"n i,-1.u ..th t u tl lp. in connidoration of i gront of £2l aO year, it waL agrenid to pirovido acholar ships. Mr W. H. Norman, father of Mr , IE. Norman, Railway Commia ionor, who) wa a puilil, was one of tll truslol?ll The ratelpayors coil tributed £ 100 andi the Council £200 towards the eroction of the school, which cost £?75i, The fencing cost £9), the total cot ...
NEW SITE FOR OIL WORKS. EIGHT ACRES PURCHASED FROM MR SCHUTT. BETWEEN DOUGLAS PARADE AND NEWPORT STATION. WORKS TO COST £100,000. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 February 1914
NEW SITE FOR OIL WORKIS. lIl?0lT ACRES PUROHASED NROM MR SOIUTT, BI'VTWEN DOUfGLAr PARADE AND NEWPORT STATION. WORKS TO COST £100,000. '1T5i: British Tmporial Oil Company has boon negotiatiating for about a year for a now site for its works which are at preousent located on land reserved for a dock sito near the Now pier, Nelson place, and is now about to close with an option which it hant hold for somo months over a tote, Originally it sought ome lantl owned by Mr W. H. Salt at Spottwood, but objec tions were raised by the Metropolitan Board of Works, and the proposition was abandoned ; then a lease watt offered of land below the piumtiing station, Spotswood ; but this in now absorbed by the IIHarbor Trust which hal boon obliged to amiend its Harbor schetco owing to the advent of the Eloetric power station to the locality. The Oil company was obliged to makei a third effort to find a site near the mouth of the Yarra, and it hani secured eight acres north of Douglan parade, from Mr ...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 February 1914
11OOT / ilA JJ, NOMINATIONS Oloso for ollico-boarors of the Williamstown Football Club noxt Tuesday evening. Thero is likely to be very keen competition for positions on the general committooee, Mr J, W. Ohallis, one of the working viao-prosidouts who did a largo amount of work last soason, and Mr J, P, Williams, the buttorman, will nominato. Mr oo,. HIope's nomi nation is ospooted for the match com mitteo, Mr W. Barnes will scok re election as assistant soroetary, Mr. A. Riley, who acted as seorotary for the ontertainumoent ommittoo will be contlnt it he retains his position as working vice-president, Mr C. D. Tabloy (sooroe tary of the Municipal Band) has boon approached by a number of supporters with the view of nominating him for the position of treasuror, The interest shown so early in the season speaks well for the future of the club and it every thing is carried out as is promised by thoseo sooking ofioo the Willlamstown club should again bo pushing closely the other toams fo...
SEWERS ON THE BEACH. ESTIMATED COST, £9[?]. GOVERNMENT WILL PAY HALF. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 February 1914
SEWERS OH THE BEACH. ISTI MIATI ID CONTi', ,'39o, GOVERNMENT W\VILL PAY I The Miavor and Br.. Ilyrne: and \V I'rk , on \ '(e nelll y, I diicru, taci li iiea ach. i li ol a il I xi iil i( i(' t. 1)1 ( I 12 off;etr:li ni l Co Mr. IIu?elth.in ireouncd the dc );p11 n i:n;11 l esli ;Iln of cost, 11;ounli il uan o1 ( n ii)t oo, 'I he \;) I r and 1hi , h11I ?ulm;i e (r111(,1cul Ih ll the ' unl(' il ha l la id )ul :lo h of momny unl the bach, which \?iis li ho eida eye rnr for Ihe nor Ihern suburbs. TIhy conlcnded hI il;t the Gote''lle t'enlt "houlh pay thie nltiursIt recoI, and t ol Inl d couttl 1i;ll the dep;lflern , n1d(r("er Iform r" elinis ??s , hul recognised it, olli Mlr, ;ingel]lorn admitt d Ihal the council hatd a claim to ;~ist ;I~t', ;1s the tw, rk \11;1 not tc lirc'h1 he declined ti ply the whole;nhoont, The 'est oifer he could make woulh bhe Ito r(lu riulte one-half, ;1m l Ih., council couhl ,ay whether it woulld ; iccipt the offer or not. ThIw \IIyor recognised that ange wr;ll...
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 February 1914
110 JWLS. Williamntown v. Canterbury at Wih liamnitown. A Pennant, fooroe- WILLIAMuiTOWN, 84. Compton. Pioc'tt, iI, Hick, Willis ... 16 Ogdon, Kollet, Vallino, Fowler A. ... 22 Mandorson, Down, Lonsddilo, lradloy 25 Forguson, R, Fowler, Mi la, Gravoll 21 OANTlnBnuRY, 08. Willianmtown v, Easondon at fEssondon, B Poennant. WILLIAMSTOw\N, 06, Gravoll, V, yan, R roozo, Hall .,, 16 Orawford, 3tovoenon, Whoar, Josoph son ... . .. .. .. 80 Parkeor, Patorson, Hick, L,, liddloe ... 24 U, Wood, Todd, Holmoa, rcon ,,,. 26 The final gamos for the championship of the Howling Club were played this week, On Wednoeday, Mr Ogden moet Mr Breonnor, and after a good game Mr Ogdon won by one point, the sooroe being Ogden 31 and Bromnor 30. The same afternoon, the veteran, Mr II. Hick, mot Mr G(ravell, and victory reoted with Mr Gravoll. The final was played on Thursday between Mossra Ogden and (Grivoll, and after a finely contested gain roaultod in a win for Mr (iravoll, who obt.iincd 31 points to 29. T...
PRESENTATION TO MR. H. J. HARVEY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 February 1914
PWESIETATIOIt TO Mil. Ii, . lHAiVEY, Ot Mondayovening thoe Diatrioti floro tary of the Indopondent Order of Roohla bitos, Mr J. Vale, vialted the local tout of the ordor to ofilciato at a proaontation to Mr I , J, Ilarvoy, who had retired from the position of foorotbry to the tent aoeio throo mouths ago. In hii oponing romarkos, Mr Valo drew atton tion to the fant that the tent had inad vertently mi?eod colobrating ita jubiloo. In looking through come papore he hiad accidentally discoverod that Inat year was the jhubloo year of the toent. Th looorda showd that the teont wafl formed in Novemhober, 1863, He hoped the tont would avail itolf of the fio ot opportunity of ceolobrating the uceaIion. IIo had great i)loaauro in attending thle ilooting to Inako tlhu proeontoation to ir llarvoy of a handomone marble timo-pieco, tlo (htr Vale) undoratood all tho retpomsai bilitioe attached to the pouition wlhich the ox-aeorotary had just vacated and h, said the local tout was fortunato in havin...
WILLIAMSTOWN PUNT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 February 1914
WIIAAMtTOWN PUNTP CLUB. The Punt Club hold a raoo on Saatuday last for trophica protontod by Meaura EI. Samboll and ., Blair, the oourseo being from the Hiobson'u Bay Yaoht Club jetty to buoy off the mouth of the river, thence to a buoy off Ann utoeob, and back to the utarting line, four timou round, the din. tanco boing ahbot 0 miles. -The race wae a rather ono-aided affair, au the lrast two boats, Rival and Chance, out-diataneod the other nix atartora by over a quarter of an hour, ult'tatoly being plaood first and uecond repeootivoly, with Young Native third. The race to-day will be for a trophy proeontod by Miss B. Pittard, nacond and third prizes being given by the olltb. The oentriou and handicaps aro :-Rival. Hlyaointh and Bolulion, nor.; Chance, 1 niun l?ace; Cannot, 3min 30eoo; Cathon, 4uin ; Young Native, 18min 4ace ; Rip, 14min 4Oeooe; Native Laca, 0lmin 40ooe; Twinklor, 18min. (hreat intereat in being taken in the club, and during the week visitora from Brighton, Albert P...
YACHTING. HOBSON'S BAY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 February 1914
Y 1w T1v'I a. tHOBION' 3 BAY CLUB, Tho above club will hold a " I" olaes race to-day for Mr Lou Bounoaa'a trophy of £212/., and aooond and third prizes of $1/1/. and 10/6 praountcd by tho club, The -couroo will bo from buoy off Gem pier to most cautorly awioging buoy, thenceo to black buoy off Breakwator pier and back to starting lino, throo timer round, The ontrica and hanudicaps ar as followa:--fpray, acr.; Elelo Bello, f5min 80 soo; Junita, 6min 803oo; Moyuo, Admiral and Glouooo, 8min; Thora, 11 min 30Oo0; Ida, 12min; Masoot, 12miu 80aoo; Kolplo, 18min.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 February 1914
A iseloft©o. VWEDNESDAY, MAROU 4th, At 2 o'clock, At our Roomn StREIVOR JONES & CO., Auctioneer, iL will hold ta spooial large oale of IfU RNITURIC, including Plano, 2 Bedroom Suitoes, 5 Warirobou, lhofilonloro, tlafos, 2 D, fluites in pantaaoto, supeator nickel and whiibo onameol Blodstoad, s-roller Mangle, Tableo, Chairs and a lot of aundrloa, Handeart and young IIorto. Trevor Jones & Co., Auetioneer, Douglas parade. Tel. 11. SATURDAY, MAROII 7th, At 3 o'elock on the Pratiisotl, 112 JOHN OTI?ICETI, North Williamutown. fft REVOR JONES & JO., Auctioneor, ?J in conjunction with Chan Prince & Co., under instruetions from Ilorbert ilall, Eaq., will sell lla suporior D.lF.W.B, HlOUSE, 6 rooms, vestibule, wahhiouse, oto,, on land, 33 x 128. The pro)poIty is cowered' Title Ocr tilloato, For partliculars, apply Trovor Joneo & Co,, Auotioneoor, D)ougla parade, Wil liamatown ;l Cha. Prince & Co., Estate Agenta, St. Kilda, Ivilumiciiipal. TOWN O...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 February 1914
Bereavement. Mr and Mrs Harty and Mrs O'Brien desire to return sincere thanks to their numerous friends and neigh- bors for their help and sympathy in their sad and sudden bereavement; also the Rev. Fathers Brazil, Finan and Collins and Dr. Maclean for &nbsp; their kind attention. GOLDSMITH.—The Family of the late &nbsp; Mr G. O. Goldsmith desire to return sincere thanks to their friends and neighbors for their kindness, letters, &nbsp; telegrams and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement, also Father Brazil and Mr Lonsdale. The Advertiser. Sat., Feb. 21, 1914.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL TRUSTERS. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 February 1914
GRAMMAR SCHOOL TRUSTEES Sir,- In reading your paragraphs last Saturday, I noticed under the heading of " Grammar School Trustees" Mr Wooda (secretary) states Mr Challis never did anything in regard to the sohool. Well, seeing I have not had any notice Lo attend a meeting for tbe last three years will show why Mr Hick and Mr Woods practically run the show, - Youra, &c,, JAMES CIIALLIcJ, "Valotta," 29 Cecil street,