ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Williamstown Advertiser Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 8,725 items from Williamstown Advertiser, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
8,725 results
TOWN COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MARCH 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914

TOWN COUNCIL. TuEsoni, MIcltu 17th. PIIlN'ni,: Or Listen (Mayor'), Neal, Duncan, Bllyrno, loriot, Troeganowan, Gravell and Woods, LErri? s IECEIVED,. Mrs M. Jones requosted refund of amount paid for right.of-way off Clarkeo streeoot, which had not boon ma e. Money to be ref unded; The Metropolitan Board of Worksl rcelueuted that lovels for manholo and ventilator covers be placed in area botween Forstor and Bayview streets, Attended to, The Metrolpolitan Hoard of Works wrote that reticulation of streets in Iall's farlm could lnot be undertaklien lat present. Or Trogauowan saunid the water should be laid before the streets wore Tile Mayor moved thaIt thie alpllica tioe be renoewerd, Cr Neal seconded the nmotion, which was agreed to, Mr 0, Georing was granted per miuion to cross footpath in Dover road with horse anl cart. Mrs I1, Joyco euiiuired tlhe amount due for nuaking River street, Replied to, Thle Health )Delpartnont suggoustedl that regular intipoetion, of tishi aulply he mnado....

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CATHOLIC FEDERATION. A SUCCESSFUL YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914

CAT'IOLIC FEDtII'ATION. A SU00ESSITfL YEAR, Ton tecoond annual report of the Victorian branch of the Australian Ontholio Feodoeration has been issued by tho State Council, It showa that 150 branches of the Federation have boon formed in Viotoria, with about 5000 workora as memberas of the branoh Counols, Oveir 40,000 members wore onrolled during laut year, Prominence is given in the ireport to the Education quastion, in counnection with whlich public meetinge have boon hold in all the important contree throughout Victoria. One hundred thousand copies of a loaflet dealing with the question have beeoon dialtributed. The State Council expresesa a determination to persist in bringing undor the notice of fair-mindod non. Catholicojl the injustice of the Iroeuent system as it affeoota Catholic oitizons, The Foderation is also out oppoaing the propoasing to introduce seootarian teach ing into the publio sohoole of Victoria, it contoends that a question involving the consociontious rights o...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LECTURE ON JAVA. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914

LE?IC'TURE ON JAVA. Ma. G, I, Judd, F.R GS, delivered an address on Java at the Baptist school hall on Wednesday evening, ecvy, E. Isaac, an old friondI, occupying the chair. Mr Judd said hie had not prepared a leclture. lile had travelled in Europe, Asia, Aifrica and America and was now in Australia. IIo had recently come fromi Colomlio to Java, and had not altogether enjoyed the senlsation of bc ing carried by natives on a rickshaw as it seemed to debase a (ellow creature to ask hibt to do work usually assigned to the lower anitnals. They called at 1umatra and Penang, Java hadn ar? rea of a thousand slquare miles and a lopullation of thil ty millions. The land was exceedingly rich and tropkiRal vegetation, rich as cocoa, rice, cocoanut lalins, abounded everywhere. The ,party travelled fron Batavia to Sourabaya and visitctled several Mohansniedan and Bhuddist temples. The pIeoplle worshipped various kinds of idols; they believed the cannon at l'Penantg would aignalise the Creturn o...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW STONE CRUSHER. REFERRED TO SURVEYOR. TO SAVE CARTAGE OF MATERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914

NEW ST0ONIE CRUSHER, fRE3IERRED TO URVEIiYOR, TO ,IAVI I OARTAOE O1 MIATItLRIAL, CouworLLon Troeganowain, at thie moot ing of the Public Works Committee on Tuesday ovening, referred to the fact that screenings for the Morris streeot footpath wore being carted from Ipotswood where the crusher was located, He regarded the arrange ment as moet unbusineoaslikc, It would be poseible to got £350 worth of asphalting done for £°200 by utilising the material where it was crushed, Nothing hadll been done to procoed with work scheduled for Vio toria ward, Some time ago it had beeoon said the ward had not lprepared its schedule; but that could not be said this year, lIe felt inclined to call a public meeting of the ratepayers on the sub ject. Cr Woods pointed out that the Surveyor was not authorised to use any material except that supplied by the crusher. It did not follow, be caue thie cruhellor was located in Vic toria ward, work in the other wards should be at a standstill, The chairman of P...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POWER SITE ENCROACHMENT. ACCESS TO RIVER CUT OUT. ACTION BY THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914

IOWER SITE EINCRIOACIIIENT, ACOCSt TO ItIVIEl CUT OUT, ACTION BY TIHE COUNCIL, Mll. Phillip lampo drew the attention of the Oouncil on T'l'uosday evening to the nuinbor of irooets tfla wouhl be loft witihout naccees to the river in con sequonce of the acquisition by the Railway ldepartllment of the Poweor hou sito, The nteonam ferry would not be aco?usiblo unless the roadlway botwoon the ltrand and l)ouglas parado was rooponod. The Ra.lilway Departmuent had annexIed Collingwood road, llphin, Farm anu d Rivor streeots and was now fencing off lobson and IHigh strootu. Cr Neal said there was now no out lot nearer than North roadt to the ferry. Ie thought the Counmil should inspect the area between tOhe Furry land the lottluworksb. The road in front of the Strand hotel was now a right about turrn ansd a chaunnl across the existiung sltreet wa mado without an outlet, Thu neow road wans a rotton job and a disgraco and should not be takeon over., It would not carry heavy traftic, The Depar...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. PROPOSED STATE CONTROL. DEPUTATION DECIDED UPON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914

TIIE ChAl1ihAMM l SCHOOL. 'IPROPOISED STATE CONTROL, DEPUTATION DEOIDED UPON, A confelorence botwcn Mcs ora I-Iick land Woods, repreLoneting the Graw mar school trusteesoo, and the Mayor and Councillora Iloriot and Byrno, represenoating the Council, was held on ''Tuesday morning to consider the future managementol of tile school, uggcestions in favor of arongtheoning the trust by appointing councillors to the positions rendered vacant by the death of Mr E McRohort and the resignation of Mr J, Challis, was one of thie coursoes that had boon con aidored by councillors. Coreoapond o!nco for many year, back showed that similar views bad boon expressed by the Council at various times. However, the filling of thoaose vacan cies was regarded as a matter of detail resooting with the Land8 Depart nment. Of more importance was thie quos lion of incorporating the school in the secondairy a:chool systom, It was pointetl out that technical schools had boon eotablished at IIHawthorn, Foot scray a...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TOWN HALL POLL. TO BE HELD NEXT WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914

THE TOWN HALL POLL., TO BE IHIIELD NEXT WEDNESDAY, RIATEcr?i:s who are opposeod to, tle proposed Town Hall loan of £11,000 are reminded that they will have an opportunity of recording their votes on the subject on Weodnesday next bo twcon the hours of 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. Tho Couucil Chambora, tho ]mlproes Pavilion, Mr. Lowl&' Hall, Melbourno road, and MIr E Davies' shop, Douglas parado ixill bo tho polling places Only thooc olposod to he I)roposi tion aro required to vote and they may exoerciso all the voth s they are entitled to at an ordinary loection, If about 1500 votoe are rccorded, the lo Ian will bo forbidden, Theo result will bo posted at tho "Advertisor" d!lico at about eight o'clock,

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDDING. CROCKFORD—SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914

WEDDINGi. UROOKOIORD- SMITI. A very pretty and quiet coomony took plaeoo at Ohrist Ohlrohl Nowport on 14th inls,, wlle Mru RI, Crookfordl, of Bounalla, was t united ill the bonda of holy matrltony to M.l Boatrico Iloranco Smithlt of Newport, the vicar, Roev, G. W, Ratton, tying the nuptial knot, The brido was dainutily dressed in white muslin with veil tasttofally worked by the bridesmaid. Au the bride entered thie churlch the hymn, "I How woloome was the call," was ung ; the organist Mijt King played thio wedding maroh. Theo trido carried a prayeor hook and was attended by Mias 8toll Smith who wore a drous of white embroidered vollo and oarried u bouquet of pinuk roses. The bnidogroom wa8s apportod by his brothlor, Mtr , Crookford, as best man, and anothor brotlher as groomsman, Mr and 1Mrs tnuih entertained the gueosts at tuhoir roildetance whenlt tihe vioar in a hlappy little pooeloh proposed the hbalth of the wedded pair aind wished them overy happino?us, wealth and proapority, ...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOCIAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914

SOCIAL ITEMS. Mr McNamara, Miss O. MoNamara and Miss Vera Sohiller, of the Itoco of Australia Hotel, Ferguson stroot, are leaving on Tueaony wooeek by the RlMi3.. Malwa for Sydney to join the R,M,S. Niagara, going to Amorion and thou to Great Britain and Iroland. The Wil liamstown Bicycle 0iub presenouted Miss MoNamara with a travwlling rug and Miss Vera Sohillor with a box of choioo linen handkorohiofa, Mr W. Ward made the proenoutations and Mr T. Bohiller responded. Mrs Nowlands ?gavo a farowoll danoo in honor of MissuVera Sohillor, Mrs Now lands was recoivod in a gown of grey satin charmueuouo with ninon overdress, Miss Nowlands wore a smart floral ninou evening gown and Miios Irone Nowlands woro a white silk dress. The guest of the evening, Miss Vera tSchillor, woro a mauve crepe-dechino ovening gown, trimmed with purp!o fltr, hiMra Sohillor wore grotn satiu, with black ninon tunio, Miss Muriol lchillor, aprioot oropo-de-ohinu. The deocorations, nocd less to say, were lovely ill...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914

FIRST SPE©iA8L -HOW Mfarch&- 12th. Special Displays in all Departments, CALL AND INSPEOT OUR MILLINJIRY. We have just opoened our Slhiplmoutu of Auttun Spooialitiee, Grand Window Displays FBriday next, Call Early and have First Choice. C, T. KEIC ?C O IsI FRCmUsON ST. Cloued Easter Saturday Morning, ~-iPRA;iNRS, IV1ERCERS, &C. 2383 NELSON P LACE, WILLIAMISTOWN, OUR CASHl P1'RICES Eugiuneers' Shirts, navy and black, mercorisoed with o, & p. 2/6 White Tenuni Shirts, with o, & p., 1/11 2/11 and 3/11 Men's Braces, 6d., 1/-, I/6, 1/9, 1/11, 3/6 Men's Sex, 4id. ?d. d, 6d, Od, 1/., 1/6 and 1/11 Men's Underwear, Siuglots and Pants, 1/., 1/3, 1/6, 1/11, 2/I11, 4/6, b/6 Fashion Shirts, 2.11, 3/11, 14/11, 5/11, Silk Shirts, bj6 Overalls, 2/6, 3/6, 3/11. Workling Shirts, 1/Il, 2/6, 3/6 Ladies' Black HIosi, plain, ribbed, laoo and embroidery, 6d to 1/11; Cashmone, 1/- to 2/3, Linen Oollars, Od, Loung Lislo Gloves, in black, white and beaver, 6d to 2/6 Ohildren's H...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914

- UNDSEI NEW MANAGEMENT. S YACHT CLUB HOTEL lelaon Place, Willialtlust , Tho Loading Houseo AND - -One of the Best Appointed out of Melbourne: Within a low winuteu of Vioro, Stotuaore, . Beaolh and Oouth Btationoa, and Baths I SHltalnu-houtr ror Oity by Bou or Rail. The Rendoevoue of all Yacitsmoeno of the Vay I TUE ACCOMMODATION iOR THLERL I1 A VISITORS 1 VERY 8UPRIOIO. I'AOIOUI CLUB RIOOM. HOT and COLD BATHS. BILLIARDSI., LUNOIICEON from 1 till 12, All IMeals One $hilling, Telephone 76 (Williametown Ex,). FRANK FINEGAN, Proprietor. SAM UEL SPRY'S SHOE BTORES. R. J. WATERM~Ab Poprietor, Nelson Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht 0lub Hotel,) " x::i:: ooos' of Pairs of BOOTIS and SHOES to choose from Y??6-Pait Guarautced at sI- in the £ less than any ahop 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. Clothing, Hosiery & ...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914

Ratepayers opposed to the ioauo of dobonturoe for a loan of £18,000 for the oreotion of a town hall and municipal offcos at the corner of Forguson stroot and Molbourne, in the Lyons stroot gardens, are rominded that a poll will bo hold on tho subject on Wednoeday next betweoo the hours of eight in the morning and seven in the evening. The polling places are the Council Ohambors, th-eEmpress Pavilion, Mr Lowla'a Hall, Newport, and Mr E. Davies' shop, Doug las parado, Only those opposed to the proposition are called upon to voto and they are entitlod to voeto in all the wards in which they are enrolled. If one-third of the votes on the roll are recorded, the erection of the work will be forbidden. The apoakora at publio mootings have maintained that the roads, footpaths and ohannols are of moro pressing importanoo and that any dofioioncy in intorost and sinking fund and up-keep for the now building would have to be made up out of rates and would therefore leave loss money available fo...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914

NOTES OF TIlE WEEK. -Noext -Wodnoesday, -Town Hall Poll, -Rev A. Law of Blrighton is oxohang. ing with Rov F, Lynch next Sunday. -Rov Gainon Oweou, the now pautor of the Welsh churoh, will receiooolvo a publio welcome noe?t Tuesday evening, -The annual harvest festival sorvioes will be held in the Methodist Churchea at Newport and Spotswood to-morrow, -The purchaseor of the Bristol hotelon Tuesday was thb OCarlton Browery. It has since boon sold to the liconeco, Mr Coop. -Mr, W, W. Miller has sold his leaso of the Stoeampackeot hotel to Mrs. Davis, who will enter into possessoion within a fortnight. -Mr David Ohousoll, of North Stato Sohool, has beeoon appointed a represen tative of the State Scohool teachers on the Committee of elassitlors, -G. I, Woods Privato DanIolng Class opening night Tuesday 2,th, Beginnorers Tuosday and Thursday ovoenings. Private lessons by appointment. -Motor Boat Tripi, launch ' Pa'sy, Hawthorn tea gardens, Sunday aternoou, from Stevedore pier, 2,80 calli...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RECOVERY FROM A SPREE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914

RECOVERY FROM A SPRBE, TiroAs Matheson, a bush woiker, was before Messrs I'Pearson l, Duncan and Stone, J's.P., yesterday charged with oiens:iive Ibehavior, Ile had Ibeen drinking for six weeks and on 'IThurs day afternoon he was bIordering on tic horrors, Somia worner in Osborne street, alarmed at his behiavior, sent for the police, When Oonstalie Mile?s arrived on the scene, he found tihe women were not half so much afiriad of Matheson as MIathelson was afraid of them. He declared they were a bIlood thirsty lot and were after hIim. He drew the attention of the constablie to the dangerous looking knives thley carried. 'The constabile tried to assure himsithani tIhe sultragte ri vcrrmenrt hIad not extciindd to Osbli rle sltreel, but Matlhesrin said hi.1 p11rsuer- were worse that thIe stffrangettes anrd wlhen tIhe con stabile said Ihe wouldi ave to, put him i thIo lockul hIe said anywhere would be better than O)sbor ne street with all thlese lriurtderous lookinig \vomrln about, Yeste...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914

To the Editor of the "Advertiser." Ssn,-Three classes shduld take care to vote next Wcdnenday--rsat, All those who be lieve that neither a now Town Hall nor new municipal chambers i needed, and, All those who think municipal chambors alone are required. 3rd, All those who think both are rrequired, The explanation of the third reason is that the scheme has not been properly considered and the faults aircady indicated can onlybo remedied by referring the subjcct back for further con sidcration,--Yours, CONCRETE,

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TOWN HALL. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914

T'I IF 'I'T)WN AIIAL,. TI' til: Editir l i i the "Adi rti? :r,"l Il ill : hug ll .(lllg h \elill l lIt ;Ld Il,(?li~ | llll(l ll )lhc: 11I I.~ l[ id ti ll: CI1Il i ll tII;i Itt tliu it .h Illut' at th i Lllu i 1IClly l i Itepayet helll . C(d III I in the ec ha l t tIlilItI L: Il i aill ligui LOc lI g thle illC l-ig:I illtit lit y I ut is it il tite Ilil l ItiL: I el uinti il, is it i.iti tiothtilly ititiui ' I nl Iti, i tell repo ther V ·titcllltl llt ulport ol.lcud idn and xc lly waco yl ill11l,tl1 Lo11 tuilt: i tlcwlin;i~iO.U tl th lt!t: i tltli tio hc tllitw llier w hoe pt1liy aip lul 10 be dlant thetown alt propo. tl it ailly Cost yl, ltint i it a tsafely leave llutitc 11i t ci . LU JI icu to answer, Inally Ilil tltlL: I sluhld er in the ros posirtir who to :101 ]ilo mIIy r'etiremen~lt was voluntary ii lltld the ptlsort I certainlyd in ansidrd wit Wll tlry; bluc, of course, in twhose policy ap.of :tttu-eyed rstup'iY~ayer and*a're"porter wvith li to bs to dnaln tcre t own hall pro...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATE SCHOOL SWIMMING. ANNUAL MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914

STATE SCHOOL SWIMMING .\ N UAL MATCHES, Thlu iixeccnth annual awinimiug nl.ltchoA o( thIo . 'ontril -Stnto. athookl,, Swimming Club was held at the Baths on \\cdnclday altcrnoon, in the prescnco of a large crowd, The weather was fine, and the cvents were carried out with clockwork precis.ion by .Mr, C, M, Brad. ley, head teacher, andl his staff, assisted by Mcs-rs, Richardson, lind, 1Ionsdalo and othrs, IThe swimminng, all round, was very good, and wa. modelled on the best style, Thu results woro as fol. low: Junior Lcarners, two divisions,-G, T1homIson, 3ec,, 11 A, M'Nab, 25se,, 2; .R Tlihomson, .15hC., 3, L, Dart, 'sec., 1; R. Stokes, a ; ,,? i; , Rees, a c., Boys, Senior Learners, two divisionh, 25 yards.-llr, 'llillips, ascc,, ; I'. Bilack, 4s.ee, 2; 11 Allobon, 4s,cc, 3. E. Parkcs, 3sec,, r; L, Tcrnes, iscc,, 2; W, Collicson, 3asc,, 3, Girls, Lcarners,-O, Woolfc, s45C,, I; N, Matson, 4cec,, a; E, Menhnnuot, :rcr., 3, noys' Championshlip,-C, Murdoch, i G, Paxton, a; E, Villins, ...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"SHAMUS O'BRIEN." ST. PATRICK'S NIGHT CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914

" SHAMUS O'BRIEN," iT, I'ATvRlcK'S NIG|T II(.LElIRA TION, 'The Mlechanics' Insltitute was crowded out long before 8 o'clock oln Monday evon ing, whln "Sinhanlus O'lirion" was staied by ilu li. erald.,irarnalc Co,, .rnder tie tlirectio of Mr. liarry,.Iuscumbo, lor the benefit of St, ?nrys Blluilding IFund, The drnmia Is in four acts~ with three changes of scene in the last act, in act three "'l'ho Wearing of the Green" was sung by Miss Ronny, and an Irish jig was danced by Miss Madge Ronny, and Mr, Harry M'lay contributed a song, A full orchestra discoursed appropriate Irish music during intervals in the per. folmnance, 3r. Ilarry Lusconmbo ap. pIeared in tihe star part of Slhamnus i)'liicin, which he invested with a rol licking humor, Ilis success in outwit. ting his piursuers never failed to elicit api, plause, and wlhen in thile last act a free pardon arrived just as entenceUCO of death was to be enforced, as a result of tihe tinely arrival of lMary lIonoughmore after a daring rid...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914

'To the IPdltor of the "Advertiseor." Si?n,-To be or not to be-that Is tile questionl, The answer depenlds on the result of the vote to be taken on Wednesday next, March 25th. The proposition before the ratepayers is a simple one, inasmuch as the Council wishes to subordinate the primary necessities of the town, namely, good roads and footpaths, clean channels, and eflicient lighting, to the carrying out of a wild cat scheme in the erection of anew Town Iall. Ratae payers never had a clearer or more clean-cut issue to vote on, and having in view the fact that all unrecorded votes count as in favor of the Town Hall scheme, it must he self-oviduent to Ratepayers opposed to the scheme, that they must of necessity strain a point and record their votes against it, Don't leave it to the other fellow! The apathy engendered by the spirit of leaving things to the other follow has already enabled some Councillors to gain a seat at the Council table who otherwise, if a little public splrit had...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE We do not necessarily Identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. THE PROPOSED TOWN HALL. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 21 March 1914

CORRiSPONDENCE Wo do not neoesaarily identify ourselvces wtlith tho "opluions xpressod by Our corroapondclntls, THE PROPOSED TOWN IHALL, To the Editor of the "Advertiser." 8ri,-His Worahip the Mayor dlo sires that you will publish the follow ing letter in your iessue of the 21st instant: Armadalo Theatro, High Stroeet, Armadalo, 18th Maroh, 1014, T'he Town Olerk. Oounoil Ohamberos, Williamotown. DeAR Plt,--Weo notice ithe proposail for the erection of a Town Hall in Williamas town and the opposthion by certain of the ratopayers to the proposal, Our firm is sbhlstantially interested in the coine matograph bnalinuos, being the lIceace of one of the loading subnrban theatres, We have made careful enquirica as to the prospects of Williamatown and are pre pared if the Council proceed with the crootion of a hall at the corner of Mol bourno road and Forguson streoot, and the hall seats at least 1100 persons, to take the hall on a lease for 5 years for three nighta a week, of which Baturday...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x