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TUDOR HOUSE SOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 January 1914
TUD)OR Tl'1JSIC .OLD, 'Iudni' IlIUM), ~ lit -ti corPIIr of I sco an! Ecli tra stiticvt, bl'i t by tijo Int Mt Wi 11IV Rott, \i Le. Faa been sold by Ipt ,in 'p .1. TAIY a ho hut just at nird fmam tho river dilot s' rvict, and who has litterly blen in hbud hbtultlh, '1o pnbmnr it ott of the lialln era for Mossra Moran, (Onto rtel Oomnpao y, arti the purehteo pric wins in tho neighborhoodl of £ 1.200.
SALE OF PRIVATE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 January 1914
SALE OF PRIVATE HIORPIl'AL, Mr Trevor JoneI diispioted of the private hespi al on the Power Ilouso Hite by uction 1during the week, It h d b,-en vaena p by M ise O'Neill a t .. ya lf,.. The owner i Mrt W. II. Salt. thouh tlie propl.rty was hu:lt ty t ho late li'r 8. R. Peel, maagri' of the Newport Worlikshops. Thi builing , V liih muI t hb removed t, the .rt.und, r'alised £250. Mr lmlia's adjinti?, propel ty swas eold for £128 and Mr Nash'ls for £20, the t,'tal p oe+uds being, £420. At the lnext iluet!o l silo, Mr Leek's house will tbe off~' ureld The pricsi weor egarded Is ratisfactory and the biddling wvi l(e,.n,
THE MUNICIPAL BAND. CONDUCTOR AND SECRETARY RESIGN. CONDUCTOR GOES TO FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 January 1914
TIWE I ?UNIIPAL BAND, CONDUCTOR AND SERE011TARy RESIGN, CONDUCTOR COES T0 FOOTIORAY. A special mooting of the Municipal Band was hold at the pavilion on Mon day ovening, the president, Councillor McNeilage, occupying the chair. Mr S, Mitchell, one of the players, said the mooting had boon convened because the practice night had boon altered from Thursday to Wednesday. Mr Nuttall, the conductor, said Thursday was a public holiday in the week following the week referred to and the alteration of the night only referred to the remaining week in the old year. However, he had accepted an appoint mont as conductor of thi Footecray band, which met on Tuesday and Thursday nights, and he would not he able to attend practico hero on those nights for the future. lie was willing to continue as conductor if sonm other ilight would snit the playors. On the matter being put to the vote, it appeared that unanliimity could not reacelld trith rsgaril to ally other night and thu conducto 111then11 tend...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 January 1914
FBRRY SBERVIeB. WILLIAMiSTOWN TO PORIT M~ELBOUI~NE. SUIIVIYIER TIMYIE TABLE. -Weather and other circumstances permittingl- From Gem Pier Williamstown Week days :;6,35 a.m, 8.5, 8.35, 9,5, 9.35, 10.5, 10.85, 11.85, 12.35 p.m. 1,35, 2.5, 2.85, 3.5, 3.35, 4.5, 4,35, 5.0, Sat, only, 5.15, Sat. exe. 5.35, 6.5, 6.35. Sundays.-llalf-hourly from 1 p.m. to 6,35, p,m, Stevedore street pier: Steamoer leave 10 minutes earlier than above times'except, 5 25, p.m, on week days and 12,35, p.m, on Saturdays. From Port Melbourne Week days: 7.0, a.m. 8.30, 9.0, 9,30, 10.0, 10 30, 11.0, 12.0, Sat, exo. 12,15, Sat. only, 1.0 p.m. 2.0; 2 30, 3.0, 3.30, 4.0, 4,80 5 0 Sat, only, 5.15 Sat, exc,, 5 30, 6.0, 6,30, 7,0, Bundays.-Half.hourly from 1.35 p.m, to 7,5 p,ut, 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, ld MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, Ltd,,. Collins House, Melbourne. The North Williamstown Co...
A LOSING TRANSACTION. LICENSEE IS FINED £10. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 January 1914
LICIENOiIEt I-i FINEDI) 10, E?DvARID JolnSiol, liconoiieo of the Na 1)ier hotel, St vodre udtrot, ap peared at the Court of Potty Sessions on Tuesday mnrnirng charged with allowing r1 traflic in liquor to take place on his liciesed promises on Sun day, I)Dcembi r 21st. D.felndalm plohyled guilty. Sub inaptctror McMan?muny said the penalty in thi: caroe would bh, £10 na the defoldant had beon convicted on July 31st. Constable John Forry Smnith, in company with Constable Black, had the place under observa ion during the morning and at a quarter to twelve they saw a man named Trustlr go up to the parlor window and loan over the window sill while he put his hlft hand into his trousers phckt. Snom. thing was passed out to him and he walked away. When the police camna Ul1 1lu Insu4t UU ?ýu UL Uo , l t llutiUi ++. coat. Georgo Henry Truslor, firmnan, Olu ployod by the Harbor 'T'rust, said ho lost. 9/6 by coming no a witness. 110 admitted purchasing the bottlo of colonial boor, It got broke...
NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 January 1914
NOTFS OF TVH WEEK, -Rev Fankl Lynch heahleon appointed ohapRalnl of the nravll d. pot. --The irnionitiont ,f Mr A. 1'. lieiord son as Rptrotery of the DIisrporniry was Acooptcd las: oVenilog. -The re.oulot"tito. of Mteasrd WaVtt (Proniicml), turbhi son (Miulitor of Agricultur). anrid M\l.kinnon (Attorney General) will beo loaoly contested. -Mr Joseph Iveir, son of the liconaoo of the Mornie. Star IIteol, in an inmate of Misis O'Neill'a privato hospital, Now. oastlo sttrot. Nowport; -Matnrste' tonrrc'on ElIsam, of Nelson placeo, Willi unstown, w iu soacessftll in pasing the olemeonrr'y oxameination in London College of Musioe. -Mot or filoor Trip, launlh " Pansy,' liarihyreurn! t-ivor' 'ite 0 trdone, -unday afternomn, frem Stev,-doro. pier, 2,310, o.llinr Sheor road. Fare 1/. Rutun,- [AD ,r], -Ni-M. W. 11, Maynard, t101chr of sianingi, 1i., &11 , hati resrumied rnition at the Freo O rdonoro'' hall, Parkoer stroot, aud at olen'i, Ollin t+treat, Oity, -Ahoutr, 000 feet of the n...
A FORTUNE IN BLACK BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 January 1914
A IO[TiLUNE IN BLACIK IHEAJD. tltut;!Oh 1\it a totli of 8o0110 lilt?,ot a yoln"u lietutclalnt took up hii quarters thr,. This liouteinant canio fromt Potn 1811ia, hulet they also lmako black irl,, of, line quality, but Ito liked leti. It, tha p oulinr tlaotuir of lthe WeV't phalia a ticle, Illis utano was Ili.' maid, (. I1 itih ,var I870 BIlilstarck Wais (gillt I avrlling; thlrol gh (Guters!oh, this tinme a, C'hanic, llor. King William 00. with hi. \hen the train stopped, tiht tIrillo .\linijstr callld outll genially i.o hU crow\\d 1that hald comeii to limeet theit: 'Is ther( anly ono who can gel 1s soaiit pilnpii nicOi l with btulter?" As ta tIllue)or of r[tportle1rs (10 pre. :1n1t \llncn this qllery twas miade, the firtuO of Gctoralolt lblack breald 1was tlllati ,ailidl podily Iecamno tho fashlion all over Germany. Th, crazo for \West phatlian puilliernickel tspred fttr anli w\ide, n'ltlinittly furthetrod by tu IIliak i, ho now baketd for etpo?tl'l, only inall oni pluid loa. s, fo...
WEST'S PICTURES. JUDGMENT AGAINST LI[?]SSEIC. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 January 1914
---- '-- JUDGMENT AGAINST LESSI1,I, AwrmuRi C, Tinadalo was proceleded againut on Tuesday at the Court of Petty Seaasions for the recovery of £12/I18 for wagC duo and work and labor done, The plaintiff was A, T. Victor, operator. There wvas no appearance of I ho defendant, who was ordered to pay the aunount, with 5/. cota,. --It iii ounlde red that Watt will be retturned for JICendn,, with a diminlunhed mzj,,rity MeKi'. non will also pull l through at l'rlhran, but lietchisou hato? very etrong opllel, ntl who is likely to win the seat oeithr next week or at the genoral eloeotlo later on In tho yoar,
KL0SEWITE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 January 1914
ILOSiEWITE, Try it next washlng day, It proaerveo the clothes, It moans no washing board, It moans no rab, It uaveo thind, It davea wear and toar, It will save that tired foeeling, It will savo you trying anything oloe, It beats everything. IAN RIoa A PI,
TWELVE MONTHS GAOL. ERNEST VERNON SENTENCED. CHARGE OF STEALING WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 January 1914
TWiLVE 1100I1tIS CAOL. EIIIaEfiP VERINON SI3tINrINOED. OlhRiO?tl OIt STIIALING WltEAT. Yltss'rEttiAv before Messrs Hick and Pcarson, Ernest Vernon was charged with stealing nine bags of wheat the property of Louis Dreyfus and Co, on December 9th, Suh-inspector \Westcott elhcited the following evidence. Mr James hall appeared for the ac cused, George Linklater, shipping manager for Louis Drecyfus and Comipany, grain nerchantsiit and shippers, produced a consignment note for ia truok of wheat sent from Cannie, near the Malice, to Williamnstown. The truck, containing 180 hags, was in the yard on Dec, 8th, andl was placed on the New pier ready for shipoeot into the barque Heinz. Next inO sting at i dil past seven, from informlation given:i hni Iby the mate of the vessel, he ex.lunined the truck and calme to the coniclu?isiii that wheat had been stolen from it, as the tally was nine bagI:ts; short. tc Inext saw\ six bags of wheatr at thi i police station. The bas; had lbeen ieplirecd by ...
THE TOWN HALL. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 January 1914
TIlE TOWN HALL, To the Editor oi the "Advertiser," Sin,-There neoms to be a very great consternation going on at; the present time among the reaidents of Williams town regarding the proposed now Town Hall. Shall it be ? or Shall it not be ? Personally, I am very much in favor of the enterprise as one means, at least, of ridding the town of the designation it his borne for too long, viz "Sleepy Hollow," Surely it is time that Williamstown arose and shook itself from its sleepy sloth and fossilized ideas, and not everlastingly be pointed at as the moat backward municipality in this Staten, The in concluston mati toat tlts town i, the most out of date, dilapidates municipal ofiices for more than twenty miles around. Surely it cannot but bo seen that the town is in a more prosperous condition than it has over boon in its history. It is high time that the people showed to the world that they possess a spark, if not a flame, ot progressive policy, If we do not show a spirit of advancement...
SPOTSWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 January 1914
Sf;POTSWO l), T t miombOi s of thu ,Ithotidiet Church chish at Spot?wood tirned out in force on Xmai eve to take part in oi iglinlg Chri',tinia carroln. The friends at :ipote\iood have hlways given the anrrol niingoI?t.a hearty wolcomeo. The cutomn hu? Iboat oblorved for 0111me ytr a ut now. Thi, t ingerl were nulkedn to liipartak of refroehmentn at Mrel I land'l houni, 1lan at Mre Jolhnson'u the aum of £2/0/0 was collected during the envoing. Being favourod nith a nice night, a very planeant timtie wain ulpont by all. -Mr', (li: tg 'l'o'iny cannot advoeraoly orilitcii, tfiI, policy of thu Now Harbor Tlnrt, for mi dnnick on the Peor. Melbournl iltdc of tlh tlonnli of the riveris what ho i:dviiocat I li(luaO yoalrni ago, Mr. Hrriarilttclst Snit llhi Inherno for this aido and Mr. Ton, y'i, fnor the urhor aido of the river in what Iho lilarhor uTrat propeoies to do atd iit fu a wirier polioy than any thing vwhioh tbrottcod it,
NAVAL YARDS AND DRY DOCK To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 January 1914
NAVAL YARDS AND DRY DOCK To the Eiditor of the "Advertiaer.' Sou,-I quite agre, with the opinion Smight b built either innide or outside the Breakwater pier without interfer ing with anything but the time ball tower, and that only in the event of the inward aite being choasn. If the out ward position were selected, a wall might be necessary to protect the dock entrance from south easterly winds, Either alternative would lie prleferable to the demolition of the naval depot and the blocking up of the Nelson place entrance to the piera. As a matter of fact, the cite officially solected for the dry dock will drive the navy out of the town, A. much wiser policy would be to increase the aceom miodation for the navy instead of tak. ing away the small space that is at presont provided, Why not give up the Breakwater pier to the navy and the land abubting on it ? The value of a naval establishment is great; it brings business to sailmakers, black. imiths, bakers, tailors, hotelkeepera and ho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 January 1914
EX. SPECIAL. This mouth we are making spoosal displays in all Departments. Every day we are oponing up fresh Novelties, This week we have opened threo cases of Antimony Ware, the newest and most up-to-date deslgns--all our own importing, Bags, Puries, Perfume?, Soaps, &o. Our Pauoy Department 1i at its zenith. Spoolal values in all linos, Curtain and Curtaiu Natu,-Just opouened up, a very largo and varied assortmeon of Curtains, Just view our windo/ display anld note our bedrook priceso., Compare our prieoos, the lowncss will astound you, TarOPig-? Our' Tailoring Department is working at top-speed, Don't Sleavo it too lato, Don't decide until you sre our range of ulltings, Coatingo, oto, Thousands to chooso from, and remember our work is best, prices less. NOTIOE,-Ohristmas day falling on Thursday, 25th, our Storos will be oloaed Thursday, 2?th; Friday, 28th; Staturday, 27; opening on Monday, 29th, And we ask our oustomors to shop early and enable our employoes to have a lon...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 January 1914
UNDER NEW ,ANAGEENT. S YA CHT CLUB XHOTEL Nelson Place, Willianistowm, The Leading House AND One of the Best Appointod ou of M]elbourne. Within a tow minutoes of Piors, Rteamera, o 'i!oh and H uth Stations, and Baths 1 ie.hu.. L?h or ifom y Oi y ion il, or i, The R nd$ivour Of all Yachtn?%mri of the Bay I fltE AOOOMMODATION NOit THifRl1 Is A VIBITORS IS VEIRY BUPIJRIOR. S?AoIOUE! CoUB ROOM. HOT and COLD BATHS, BILLIARDS, LUNIHEON from 1 till 2. '"11 Meals One Shilling. Telephone 76 (Williamatown Ex,). -F*RANK FINEGAN, Proprietor. SAMUEL SPRY'S R. . WiATER HA, Popritor, Nelson Place, Williarstown. (Near Yacht Olub Hotel.) r?r?v:? ' ,ft P?ro of Pf?,''Ps ,,nd ST-HOFS tn chonse for., . Every Pair Guaranteed at 5/- 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. Now Is lthe Time- to purchase your New Seaso...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 January 1914
On &unday afternoon the remnaihi of Mr Samuel Botyd, ono of tho victime of tho Alrona drowning tragody, woro intorned by Mr Londulao, Employoi of tho Workthops, four doop, walked in front of tho hlioare and about 250 followed in private vohicloa. Thio pall boarovr woro Mueari Georgo Woodo, O Lee, J. Hillian, T. Goorgo, W, Miles and W. Warren. Rev R. Murray road the burial corvioo. Tho funeral of Henry Lrauor Tatlow, the other victim, was hold on Blxing Daly, Rov G. W, Ratton roading tho burial torvico ind Meaa0ri R, O'Ulalloran, J. D. Dixon,G, McOallum A, Camtpboll, A, Joncu and A, Bright acting aI pa il-bearera. During the porioi frotto Deoombor 10 to Stiturday 1, 114, 140 baga of whoat woro doratirlioed by rail, as compared with 815,735 bla-a during the oorrcspouding poriod of I ~nt iraoneo, or an ionreaso of 708, 414 bpgs. At thlocomplotlon of the day'i work on Haturday, 147, 603 bago of wlliett remaineliid in hand at atationu, as oompareid with 88, 050 baga last year whi...
CRICKET. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 January 1914
CRICKET. To.DAY' MAAolrE?: - Town lut Elovon v, Camnborwoll at Caeria.woll, Toan-Mo-shane, Brown, DMilla (2), tbono, Oarpontor, 'ord, Outen, Bailoy, Blar?e, and Allibon. eoconud olovous at Willlanoatown, Tooam-Korr, Pilling, Gladatouca, Millor. Club XI v, North Preabya, --Theo ivetthuaand-gulnoa rep)Ort of Bridge-buiidor llitzmau'ri o has boon burning a holo inu onator E. D, Alillon'i pooket fr somu weokal. It is a docu miunt from which tho Cabi?ot can tako very littlo comfort, It uapporta ovory thilug thm lUinlor Adminiutratioo did, oexept ono of itu \%oruut mlataltou---tho nolrotiou of Jorvia Bay fr tho Naval Colluoo and tho Dreadnought dockyard. rir Mautico Fitzilmaurlco can 'ioo very littlo g;ood in Jervit bay ai a naval port. It ia utormitwoept, open to the oooau neau, iha ,costiblo, and almoat Inldfonu iblo (oxcopt by largo forti, aubularinu, and an ourablllhmtont of poemanout ioldlora), Of Woetornport tho export aaya muchl that iu favourablo, and littlo that Is unftvorablo, '...
EMPLOYMENT OF PENSIONERS To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 January 1914
EMPLOY M.MEN OF PENSTONERS To the Editor of the "Advertiser." Scit,-Uonemployment, like the poor, we have always with n; hbut in all the suggeations for the alleviation of this evil, I have never heard the dear old pensioner mentionel. Now, this is a phaseo of the care that has bothered my brains for at least the last ten yea- . I have otfrn wondered how it is that so many employers seem to have a preference for pensionera, Is it that they work for lower wages, or what is the reanon ? Of course, it will be understood that I am referring to moen who have been in constant GOovernment employment from 20 to 35 years, and are now receiving a living pension but not cat.ified with that, they take employmoent at their various callingo, forgetting that they are depriving some honent worker of the chance to earn his livelihood, and in the cano of the married man, the wife and children are also sufferer, Now, Sir, I think this ic a matter that requires the serious cnncid(lration of every fair ...
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 10 January 1914
S IVIMJIIIN( btwirlmoru aro stpooilly notified that the ?ortiva of club conmpotition will coni lmoao?n? in tho lhoal bathaU to-nlorirow at 11. evoial valuabIle trophle havo boon promiiind, and it is hoped that a la pg numbher of mombora w~l l put iii an appoaranco, It ia aluo desiired to rccoive the iamoin of all lntending to join tho i f-onaving ola,soa this year, In order that trrangomonts may be mado with the iuntruc:tor to bo in attendanco to-morrow weerk.