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TOWN TOPICS. THE HARBOR TRUST SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
TOWN TOPICS, THE IIARBOR TRUST S011EME, TriE Harbor 'ruut schemel indioatos the oT11isLioni of one coUnidoration, Tie old Harbor Truest apecitdlicd on the rivor, the total amount expCended theroon being tlmos five odd 1millioiml. It died with Yarra on tihe brain and it was supposed the now Harbor Trust would take a broader view oi' the situation, Everybody klneow, for the Commissioners never grow tired of moentioning the fact, that the old Trust wat1 madi upl of city lleln "lbuoy Iman," the old Comrmindionor1 lu1d1 to blur I lt(r gly call thew1 ii:lvwiy, n they pulled out their wvatchll wlhoi interviewed-but many of therm had very little businelOu of importnlco to trouble themon and wor thankfl'ul to draw their fooees. Thile now harbor tclhieno-of courni it in only on paper at present-dolo not depart from the old I [arbor Trnat lines, It providell for a cool million and a half for river dockst and three quartoer of a million for widening and protecting the river, making two and a qu...
THE CLAMOUR OF HIGH ALTITUDES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
THE GLAMOUR OF IIICI1 ALTITUDES. The real glamour of high altitudesl (writes the "Spectator,) is found, nol in the means of attaining thLlm, but ill their intrinsic chlaracte', There we have Nature pure and prl, lle\'vil, ia sphere in which worldly, anllbitiolls and hlunlan olfort have nu part, a remnant of tle world as llCWt created, Every healty hliltly man has in himn a love of tile wilds and the saivago elements, a feeling which is not at walr with the pleasure ill homno :scelcs, but :ollelllcellmetal in h10111n111 nature. It is ia relic in civilised man111111 of the primitive clreatclle whllo firlst tried to adopt the earth to h111n111 needs, or, it imaly be, some trIce of that in"inito within us which cannot content itself with the work of our hands, ull hunger(s over'y Inow and egalin for tile bro silmplicity of Nature. high mllontains give us Naturo ill Its mIiost elemlnlltal forml--lnowV, rock, windI, and sky, an austero world in which n1111 counts for little : an11 ill the...
RATING GROUND VALUES. ENQUIRIES BY THE COUNCIL. FOR THE BENEFIT OF NEWPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
RATING GIOUUND VALUES. EN(QUIttIlIS iY TIII COUNOIL, 1i1U' TtIH BEINIItI' 01 NEWPORT, T'lE people in Newport, who; have built houses and have been paying rates on them for a number of years, sometimes for over 25 years, regard it as a hardship that they should be called upon to pay for making the streets in front of their houses, They think that the rates they pay should en title them to a new street, Legally, it does not; and from a business point of view, it does not ; but the Council recognises they have a claim to some concession and has thought an altera tion in the system of rating might work out to their advantage. By a recent alteration in the Local Government Act, municipalities have the option of rating buildings and land, or land alone. In Williamstown, the buildings have always been rated and every new house has always meant an addition to the revenue, However, for the benofit of Newport, it was thought an alteration of the system might equalise matters somewhat and an e...
BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
BASEBALL. "A" Gradrov. Collingwood. Thls match which was played at Collingwood on Saturday last was full of intoreut from start to fluish. The locals battery, com prising Hl. Smith and I. Hliudson, doing good uorvico, and the foeld baoked thouem up very well. This is the iraot match the louals have lost, Soorce-O,., 0,0O0,1,0,0,0,0-1. W., 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0-0. To-day this toam plays Northooto at the cricket ground. " 11" Grado v. Collingwoud "A" Thu above match was, played on the local ground on Saturday last and resulted in a win for Town, To dato, the team is undofeaoted and should have a big say in tho promiership. To-day they play "Argus," at Rich. mood. "C" Grado v. M.O.C, Thil matoh was played at the Gardous rsuorve on Satur day last and, after a good game, victory routed with M,C,O, To-day this team plays Y.M.C.A. at Y,MC,.A
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
Winter-Weight Hosiery Cold Snap Bagains. 100 dozen to Choose from, C, T. KEIC & O. I-17 FERusON a, W ). tE AY & OOH Drapers, lMercers, &c, 238 NELSON PLACE, 9WILLIAMST VVOWN, Soll it for LESS booause they sell for CASH. DRAPERY, We are stocking Ladies' Underclothing in good qualitious at Low Priceos, Singlots, largo varioty, in Cotton and also Wool, 1/- to 3/6, Cot:ots, 1/11 to 3/11, Gloves, 6d. to 1/11, Umbrellas, 1/11 to 7/6, Ladios' Hosiery, cotton, 6d.; cashmero, 1/- to 2/6, Also good rango of FanI y Hosiory for evening wear, Silk ankle, 1/11, Gauze Lisle, olor, 1/0, oto, Child ron's All-wool Sox, 6d, j, 6d; Fanoy Top, 1/-, eto, Gaiters, all wool, 1/-, Caps, 6d,, 1/-, Gloves, Ud. Veiling, 71d to 1/3, MERC?ERY, We are noted for our quality and value in Ties, 6d, to 2/6 (son window). Collars, d, d Fashion Shirt-, 2/11 to 5/11, Undorolothing, 1/- to 5/11, Sex, 4d to 2/6. llandkorahiefs, 3d to 2/11, Mufflors (ltoot), 1;- to 8/6, Umbrellas, 3/11 to 8/6, Hats, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. Steampacket Hotel, COLE STREET, Late of Christchurch New Zealand, Boga to announco that heo has takon over this oldland well ettablishcd comruercial house and wishes to inti nimto ho intends running it on tirat-class lineos. Ly ilBO ut IBra: du 1 Wine and Sil ri'-t ii Stock, Virst-elah Billiard Roomu containing Two Alcock's lBest Tables, uarlton on Tap, DI)NNERI front 12 till 2 pin, Suporiur Accomnuodation, Good Stabling. Phone 93 Williamustown. Within 1 Minnuto Bolt, Train and Beach, SAMU EL SP RY'S SHOP STQORES R, J9 WA TLERIA Propr-ietr, Nelson Place, Williamntown. (Near Yacht Olub Hotel,) Iooos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at s/- 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 roturns mean a saving to Purchasers, THE NATURAL FOOD FOR ALL LEATHERS UNEQUALLED FOR BRILLIANCY A. ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
lomai, lule, tor tho third time, hanu paHsed hrough the House of Commons during tho present Parliament and now only awaits a resolution for the Royal Assont tomako it law without its accoptance by the House of Lords, Homo Rule, Wolsh Disestablishmont and the extsnsiou of the Franchise are the three measures which come under thooporatlon of tho Parliament Act and may be enacted in spite of the Houso of Peers. Thoeo are all opoch-making measures of far reaching importance, and Homo Rule, in its historic signifi. cance, and in the bitterness it has aroused, easily oclipsos them all, Thu Tories would not oven condescend to discuss it ; they relied on traditional appeals to passion and prejudice, but those have failed, and tho result is that it remains in exactly the form in which it was introduced, The wrongs of Ireland are an old story, It has boon said that, except the Jews, no nation in history hau so suffered, without dying. But it is sufficient at present to glance at the Home Rule...
WITH THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
WITH TIIE JUNIORI, [BY WI~uTLE], Town Juniors, 8 goals 8 behinds-56 pts. Yarraville 3 goals 6 behinds--a., pts, The above match was played on the local cricket ground, Therc was a comparatively large attendance of spectators, and the game proved very interesting. Town's handballing was a feature of the game, Juniors' goalkickers - Grcenaway a, Maraun a, J, Jamnierson a, Butterfiecld a, Although restrictions have been placed on their training conditions, the juniors are still giving a good account of themselves, There is nothing succeeds like success, but, to be too sanguine means disaster, Social on Monday night, and by coming along and enjoying yourselves you are assisting the " Boys," F, Lenant has received his clearance from North Melbourne Juniors to Town Juniors. iTo-day, Juniors v. North Mclb, On North Melbourne ground. The Juniors' team will be chosen from the following:-Punshon (a), Case, Dean, Dunn, Maloney, Gunn, Jamieson (a), Smythe, Matthews, Flegg, Thompson, Lodwig, McL...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
FOOTBALL. [BY BOUNDARY], Williamstown's goalkickers - E, Bus, bridge .I, Cameron z, Amey a, McTaggart O'Halloran, Hawthorn, 13 goals to behinds--i8 points. Williamistown, to goals a1 behinds--7 ,, Seventh day. A bad day out for the locals, Town goes down to Hawthorn, An inglorious defeat, and a creditable win by Hawthorn, The pretty little ground at Glenferrie looked very enticing ilndeed to any footballer who dreaded a gravel rash, Turfed like a bowling green and surrounded by a well banked outer ground, the playing arena presented a pleasant sight to Williamstown followers as they entered the ground in hundreds from tile special train, The admiration of the ground very soon gave way to a sense of anxiety about their favourite team, for, after about ten minutes of the game had clapsed,the "heroes" looked like "a homse without a mother." Tile back line wasn't back at all; the forwards banged at the ball as though in tent on bursting it, paying little attention as to where it landed,...
WILLIAMSTOWN RECHABITES. JUBILEE OF TENT NO. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
W\ILLIAMSTTOWN RGCHAIJ ITIS. JUBILE E OF TENT NO, li. u111 above autipicioOf evelnt was culo brated in a worthy manner in the Elootra :itract Tmnipo;ane.: lIall on Tuoedayeven in;;, 10th intt, ,by a banquet, M?[ombers of the Order, their lady frionds, and in vited gutllott, lined the well ladon ttablos, and p.trtook of tll? choice vianda and of otheor dcnitlott providod in bountiful pofusiion by the cateror, Mr W, 0, Ithol, Ihard, Neodleos to say, the usual acctompanimuatii of intoxicaute and tobacco at rinch funetionll werto collspie nouo by their abaonce, and the fact waul deeply dmntonatrated that thoso, to many people, objectionable eaLtvris are not at all necoaitr.y to the hat of onjoyuout and low of i1oul, and that " For le is a Jolly (tood 'Follow " can lho uflg as choeer futally and hear tily over the cup that cho. rs but dooia not itlobriatuo:, a:t ovoc it wasi fliung over tlthe bOiet Hcotoh,," Three Star " or ooer, The hall wada aitoafully deooratod with pot pliant and fo:...
CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
CON(illiiA'TIONAI. SUNDAY SC100OL. T'l.ii: anniversary service: of the above school were continul d on TI.uesday the r9th inst by hoilding the usual popilar scholars' tea and public meeting in the School Ilall, Sstevedonr street, The pastor, Rev. (Chas, Brewer, presided, and am nt c joyable p.rogramme was rendered by the various classes and scholars in the Sunday school. The annual repSrt was reviewed and plea sure expressed at, the sratifactory pro gress made by the school during the past year. An item on the programme worth special mention was the reading of a letter of thanks to the choir, con. ductor and the organist for the valuable services rendered at tihe anniversary services, The distribution of prizes termiinated the proceedings for the evening, the winners being as follows; Kindergarten, Primary and Juniors all received hooks, Miss Burns' class-Olive Quarrier, Gladys Blair, Alice Tompkins, Miss Davies' class-VtDlet Quarrier, Lily Wilson, Ida Hook, Olass prizes, Ethel Aldr...
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
WITH a view to kcoping tiho mItobui? of our local swimming olub togothor during the winter umuths, it it proposed to form an Amatour Athlotic and Physical Oul ture Club, to which cud a mooting of twiulmor hasl boon convoned for Thur.'` day ovoning noxt, at 8 o'clook, at tho Meolianict' Hall, to disous the mattor with tho prosidont of the Moohaicou' Instituto, Mr O. T. Koig. Such a club would supply a long felt want in this town and would bo very boneoicial to all young meon, and it is to be hoped that a good rally will bo mado on this ocoasion. We undourtand that Mr Lind, the preuldont of the Stwinming Club, is activoly intoecsitog hiasolf In the matter, and oxperts iu the art of instruction in all the details of such Work, have oulorod their soervics.
NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
NOTES OF THE WEEK. --4-~-- -To-night, at the Thoeatro. the famous Do-Ro-Mi trio, and a retl Spanish bull fight (not a picture). -Vernon Murtin, Albert .:colnwood and WVilliaur Kuightt nero yeteordty flued 40/- oach for neglctiug to have their ohildron vaccinated. -The Emerald Dramatio Club, which uoocessfully staged "Shamus O'lrion," will produoe " H1ands Across the Sea " on Tuosday noext, at the Moohanics' Institute, -Thou monthly mooting of th' I[orti cultural Society will be hold in the Mo chanics' lnstitute on Wednesday noext. Members ploaso return all unsold tickoets of last Autun.m Show. -Miss Erica Anderson, Pier reserve off Cecil Stroot, teachor of pianuofort', has won the diplos,a of the Musical Society of Viotoria entitling her to use the letters D.M.S.V, tier advertisoruont appears in this issue. -The Municipal Band will play in the Gardens to-morrow afternoon in aid of the Bendigo Minors Disaster Fund. Mr S. F. Mills, president of the l3.udigon lans, has arranged for som...
GEELONG C.Y.M.S. VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
GiiELONG C,Y,?M,S. VISIT. Ar the invitation of the local Catholic Young Mens' Society, 30 memnbers of the Geelong branch visited the town on Saturday last, A football match was played on the Gardens reserve and the visitors proved victorious, winning by 10 points, The scores were, Geelong, 3-o ; Williiamstown, a-.., The best players for the winners were Johnson, IIardiman and Alday; for the losers, Twomey, Orowe, Wilson and Abberton L. tiegarty had his knee cut open and had to be taken to the hIoslital. After the match the visitors were entertained at a dinner at the Yacht Cluh hotel, when the President of the local C,Y.M,S., Mr N. Mills, heartily wel comed the visitors, and hoped that the good feeling existing between the two branches would be long continued, and that these visits be made miore fre rluently, Mr Wilson, captain of the team, supported the President's re marks, and said he was satisfied the best team had won Mr Alday,President of Geelong branch, responded, I-Ie thanke...
SLEEPER'S BOOTS STOLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
SL EPCI('S BOOTS STOLEN. -~-0-- IlN: iur h1tchinit, a young man, re tiding with hid pareuta in Poaco utreot, roportol to the polioo on fMon day morning that he was under the illuoenco of drink on the proviouu Friday and lay dlowni to deoop in a lied at the foot of the (lo1 pior at ton at nighlt An hour afterward Ihe woke up. A now pair of balmoral boota had been takel? from hia foot while he lepjt i ,l: in gold wtas taken and two watchea, one a koyloan ailver English lover with gold handu and the date " 10th April " scratched inidtlo,
SPOTSWOOD STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
SPOTSWOOD STATE SCHOOL. A OONCERT Was held on Saturday evening in the Free Gardeners' IIall to raise funds for the purpose of purchas ing a piano for the above sc.hool. ''he hall was crowded, The progranmmne was supplied by local artists, which was very much onjoyed, and the piano fund will bencht to the extent of £5. The chairman, Mr. J. W. Reed, stated that the Education department had pro mised 20o if the committee raised £20o. They had now in hand L.to, including the £5 raised that evening, and they would like to raise the bal ance by the middhle of J une, aidl would like those friends who had promised donations to send them along to the secretary or treasurer as soon as pos sible, as they would like to have the piano for the oflicial openin_, which would prohbally take pllace some time in July.
SPOTSWOOD VINE LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
SPOTSWOOD VINI LODGiE. '1'IIe: Vime I.dge, Spotswood, had a very busy evening on Tuesday, 19th iust, it being quarter night. Apart from the ordinary business, the nolini ation and election of ollcers took place rno J, Roamn was elected R.W.M. for the ensuing term, As the now dancing floor will he ready for 13th Junte, it was left in the hands of Ilro. T. Gardiner to arrange a social and preseintation night to Ibo held on that date, The Lodge also rented the hall to Jlro Gardiner for a term of three mnonths, and he will be holding dancing classes every W\ednesday and Saturday nights commencing from WVednesday, June 17, The G R.WM., Bro Ken nedy, put about 20 memhors through their degrees.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 30 May 1914
In Memoriam. RICKARD.—In sad and loving memory of our dear mother, who passed peace- fully away at North Williamstown, &nbsp; on 28th May, 1913. Dear mother, how we miss you, Lonely are we night and day; For the only one who loved us dearly Has for ever passed away. —Inserted by D, E, M, R, I, and H. Rickard. The Advertiser. Sat., May 30, 1914.
WITH THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914
WITII TIIIH JUNIORU. [BIY Wu11istr], Noorth MeIlb,, 1o ;oala I3 Ij.ehindt 7) pt,, 'o\wi1 JnllliOr;, 7 ; y 19 "he aliobC ,icmc wVia play1il on the North Mc\llollrne cricket grotiund before a fair atlellldilnce of specltator:is. The gamei ploved extremely illlnterstijng, lie Juniors, in the thlird liUatter, by splen. didl efforl, I llpptcncd lo hiavr I \winnlil chllance, but, in the fi nal quai lt. ,ihe Letiei conidiiion of thi Nob tho, 'ir' p1 tvailed, Jitliis' ? .kickers-Pope .t, 1utiimslhon 2, JamiiiLon, I)uriihg the ,ocial eveling held by lthle lie~s' coltntittee ill MonI!day lig\t ;a \ited dling prseeit in thea foilm of a haldvidonje tinner .et \vitt prexi e? ed to , lhirly " 'iohanmp i, tlle jniormi' clever rover mid foriard who hat recently been ilarricld, To-day, On the local cricket grounlld. lowl Juiliiors v. Soutih Melbi,. Di:trict. The junior.' team will be choten front the followvig:h--tunision (C), Case, Dean, lhmniin, Maluolley () - Chiii, :.liime?on, L.oidwi . Lhiittcr...
AN AGGRIEVED FOOTBALLER. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914
A N AGG RI RV D FOOlTUALLER, To the Editor of thle "Advertiser." Stu,--I would be grateful if you would allow me space to disclose to tile supporters of the \Villiamstown Football Club the marked indifference they have slhown to J. Cameronl sillnce he donned the colors at thie cotnmencement of the season, Alminost alternately he lta1s been stood down for lwhatl reason the public are at a loss to und?elr stand. The supporter art e Satisfied that he 1ls proved hIis ,'ortl in the teatl. Yet, Irot ~ome untfatlthonabilo rcatott, ic is not a "~toCular," It i' apparent that an under c:urrcnt is silently wortiing againtst one of thie moat promising local jusiors Williams town has uncartlhed for omet time. To cap all, after training all tlhe wceek in anticipa tion of thie North lMellourne matchl, hIe hlas been refused his expenses. Would one of the club's officials kindly enlighten a vast section of tle asup)porters way Calnceron is treated tlhus ? The clul's cry for yearts Ihas bccn thal th...