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THE MUNICIPAL BY-LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

TIHE MUNICIPAL BY-LAWS, A.lx.NI)EIl Canawny, plumber, wan yoentorday clhargled by the Town In luctlor with placing noil in Froyor ctreet on April 22nd and in Verdnlon ntrceot on lApril iut without connont of thi locdl authorition. The damage outimiatodt was~ 2/(f in the lint catlo and 7/n in 11the econd. Thel doflnftant, who did ppPear, wac lined 20/- in each cian, with ,ottl amnounlinig to :30/.. Geoorlg Io eriot did not alppliar to 1nsw1 r fior building four weatliherboard building in iottron iLtt t nii plian that hlad pot .beo n pi nllroved or unb Ilitted to the Council. A line of 1.0/- with 4.?/. coettt wcn i lioutl. John CoroAt. for er?ioctiung two wlathllrboard hiouiatu in Illinghatini road, vwithout Illrlniotionl of the C'ounl cil, wit lioedl 20/. in eachl cano,

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WOMEN IN CONFLICT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

WOMEN IN CONFLICT., Runv lltt was ycrsterlday charged with using insulting words to Annie Wyatt on May 27 in I)over road. Mrs WVyatt said iher children had been lighting with defendant's children, hut sho did not know for what nrason. 1lcr child, however, was soizecl Iy Mlrs !lett, who " shook the life out of her," Mrs Flctt, when spoken to, used the words complained of. Mris !;lett.--You are always at the gate. \Vitness.-Incecd 1 amn not; i have live to look after, hMrs Flett,--l)idn't you insult me first ? \Vitness.- Absohutely nlo, Mr Bolton.-Are there any wit nesses s Mrs \Vyatt.---I suluhp naed Bill Rolb inson, aged I.i, and gave him a shilling; but I don't see him alout. lBill, however, appeared, anl :after satisfying thle magistrates that Ihe under stood thie niature of an oath also satis fied tlhet that he could throw no light on the case, as hIe did not hear Mrs Flctt use the offensive epithets, thloughl he heard Mrs Wyatt saying ste had used thetni The llenclih d?ismissed ...

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THE MARKET RESERVE. 100 FEET TO BE ANNEXED, PROTEST BY COUNCILLOR WOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

THlE MAIII(ET RESERVL:. i100 FIICT TO DlI ANNtE*XED, PIROTEOT BY COUNIILLOI WOODI. Mn J, E, Parkos, corrospondent of the Central State school committeeo, applied to the Council on Tuetday evening for 100 feeoot of the Markeot reservo, lie referred to the advent of a IIigh school and time establishment of loyld classes, The additional 100 feeot would bo required for a technical collegeo. The Minister and Director of Education had promisod to remodel the ground and the work woulh be put in hand if the Council would grant the land, The Goverument had con tributed pound for pound to :,the sheltor shed orected by the committee. This request had been made to the Council a year ago and no reply had boon received, Or Ohandlor moved that thie requout be complied with. TheI Mlarketl resorve wans already 51)oilt as a tl)ortm ground. The oxtra 100 foot woul I0 a great improveront to the school ground and it would not make much dlifference to the reserve, which was at present pructically uuoloes...

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SPOTSWOOD SHOP THEFTS. A YOUNG MAN ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

8PFOTSWOOD SHOP THEFTS. A YOUNG MAN ARIRETED, Mu, William Charlos Jainmes, who carrioes on bunineaa as a grocor at Spotawood, has beeoon miaaing money from his shop for the last two monthn. Unablo to account for theoe losset, he communicated with the Nowport police last Sunday. The shop was closed at Rsix on tihe following evening, ac usual, and Mr. James loeft the Ipremisea, l.e had not gone long when a key wat ieeortetl in the front door, which wal olpenod, and a mian named liitnoIt; William Libbl oentorod andi approached the cash box. Conatablo Bronnan, who had soOr, ted hiimself in tile hlop before it wae eloeod, at thia otageo omoerged from hili hiding place and a.sked the vieitor hie busineas, lie naid he wae tunt in by another man who was keopiung watch watch outaide and who hadl given him the key anld was re?lsponible for the thefts reported to the police, Libba wan arroeted, IHe appoeared at the Court of Potty Stionion on WVodne?day morning andt waaro mandedh till Tuoeday n...

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LACROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

"? ? '?v--- ? LACROSSE. Tho "A" teoam gaiuned a well oar.ned victoryon Saltrday, throwing 10 goalit toCanterbury' 7, at the Gardeonrca iuoevo, Town did not stari well, and the viltors by better stickwork and cuom blied play found the not twic Ioforo Town tiorced. However, tho hcalh hoiitly afoter reuponded with a lolo eliart, and Ilewit and I)avieii with a goal a pico made the noren lovel, With tlh. game at 4 all at halt time, To'wn ateadily improved their position. 'iTown' a pjiiing and ontohling throughout wan orratio, IIowit', howover, wasl a inot~ali exeop tion, Iin 6 goalo being clovorly nottod and woll earned. ):avii, Forge, Turton Uand Woato each notted a uinglo, hoak~r played well and kelpt hi mNt down to moe goal, whilo Charlio Hlick and Norman Iolg ant point and cover reVe1otivcly woro again in aplendid form, Thoe "A" team plays Ulnivorlty to-day, playr r onaltohi 1.502 train. Team - Martin, Hliok2 (2), Kig (2), haker, Ilowman, )iaviil, Forge, Wo?tio, T'lrtoo, lowitt, Iemo...

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NEW BOAT FOR THE BAY. TO CARRY 500 PASSENGERS. AND RUN SUMMER EXCURSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

NEW BOAT FOR THE BAY. TO OARRY 500 PASSENIERS. AND) RUN hUMMER EXOURBIONR, ius, Melbourne Ferrioes aompany, which tools ovoer the Baldrock, Queen, (:tcm snl Motor Goe, an.d p)urchalOed the Stcimlr lalnrit, is satisfieod with theo oexcurion trips run during last summor by the Hteamor Williamatown, It i.i of opinion that there is w~ork to do for a boat of more carrying capacity for the accommodation of those who do not care for an all day trip or an afiternoon trip to tho IJeads or tlchiiiapper Point. '1'he Coinmp?ny was vry proud of a bi.at, the (1 orgo P. 1.avii, which it purchatseld for the bay trade fome fewv years ago. That vesuol niover reached its destinatioi ; it wast lost on its way to thiis port. In spl)ite of that di. coilraginuoit, howover, tho Compaiy now has its eoyo on allother vOeswl which it considoril suitablo for the bay paIUsonger traldo. Nothing ih finally decidod at pretont; but it is more than probable tlhat a now boat, of great or capacity than tho Williams. to...

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ASSAULT AND ROBBERY. MATTHEWS AND McKENZIE GUILTY. SEVERE SENTEN[?]ES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

ASSAULT AND ROBBERYY. MATTLIIWe AND MclK~iNZ1E OtI1ILTY. SIIVEIIE PIC1NTEiN ES. ON ThurMday, at tihe CurIt of (Iliteral Beislon, boeforo llit lhonor Judno tEglc lin, Iodorick McIlczin and i (olinalte Ma tlhlowi wore oliarged u it h iunlawfully and felonously nauinldtiilg J:ioeplih Iltio, a boilermnaker, and redileg him of a watch valuoed lat 1/2I/6 lind 2/6 in iloioey. Mr Wolnarlaki proneutol and lMr, Owen Dixon, instruoted bI Yv Mr I. II. Hick, appoarecd for MKolonzio. Mlatthows wai undolfondcd, Tho ovidoenco was to tue offoel that Rowo, who resideit at 41 ,Daviia treet, Nowport, was on liia wty hlole ill coii pany with another hoilt ilmnlei Inaltiil Jihnl Dawson, rcoidiig at. Alhoit iurcl and they mt? the acnuanlcd ill Il)ouglan parido, oltaido thel PI'riteo Albort hit,dl, at about hal-pati cthlovel iatti ?hlt. Iowo walked with thoem aln?g Dituglnti parado, and whllen beotwoeen Dilgarno and Yarra stroemt, Hown wait attutek ovcoral blowa and the preoprty swas taltin from himn. elo ...

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SALE OF GIFTS. AT HOLY TRINITY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

SALE OF GI2FTS, AT IIOLY TRINITY thO1100., A oexhibition of work and sale of gifts by the U irla' Friendly Pociety wea opened at Iholy T'rinity sechool on Wednoesday evening anld coll.ntinued on Thursday evening and last evening in aid of the Girls' Friendly Lodge, Melbourne. Tho 22nd anniversary of the Holy Trinity branch of the G.l,?, was alnso colobrateld, Rov Frank Lynch introduced Mrs Burston, wife of Colonel Burston, to perform the opening coremlony. IIo said they woreo in the front rank of influential church people, and lhe wel corned Mrs Burton as a roeprosentative of the council of the Uirl' Friendly Society, which was an organisation as extensive as the church itself,. Mrs Buraton expreossedtl pleasure at the interest taken in the welfare of theI Society, and felt confident that the debt on the building in Pp ing' sHtroot would be diminished as , roeult of this exhibition, espocially if the orexample of enthusiasm given by the Willinantown branch was imitated by oeihor dis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

[1IVtE Roomed hoitIo t Irt, Co(ppor, L ]ath00ooppor mid outhouoH, Kior orolt Oreok roaud, L ilt 1fi-, --Morit'ig, Gunu and 0o, lURNISBElD HIuoulu to Let, ltno of Kitohen, overy co.diiviouico. lloatherglon, 05 Twylord utroot. IfOUBSE to lot, eovoe rooims, Ilath, .i. Wahhouso oto,, ituatencd (i60 Morlit ttroot, l'ur tirnis apply (62 MAortiu ttroot. ?.Jl- 6OUSIE to lot, 7 roouiri, Iithi, o0ptlor', tL o, Douiil;> parvadlo. lutt lil-, -Morgan, Qunn and Co. HTOUSE to lot, 5 'rouim, l >ath and -]L Coppor, Yarrit Hltc?t, RIouti 17/U. Mtorgin, lunin anid Co, UIDDIELLOW'd riiA1.1,, l'iioo Ht reeot, to lot on Tuoudhyns Ifridayti, hi tiu' dayti ind Sundiayui. (ioid inliotu --Apply 0( . U. IFitagc.rld, .1 'auco H ruot. Si1101' inld Dlwolling to 'lI:t, gotud ptni Stiou, NclHon plato, lcl;nt nellcrdc.to. -MirzItnI, (Onit 1itld Cul, t2INUILE anid Dil)oubl, l iudroom to lIot Slit Woolpalc hoteol, -g" OOM"I VaUoiiat, --b0 Gilfl'rd Struot, .1lX. Williinintown, ril[ll 1111 Unfurnihtiiod ltotit to...

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BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

BASE hA LL. "A" toam met Northooto on thie 1h cl ground on aturdlay last and ranulted in a win f iN Norlthcto by ii r w to 4,1 The lo?als woro vwithlut th itrviictat of II,. Smith (who had ltrainied hii arm at1 Collingwood the previousn flaturday). and the pitching w.aa o.trat tcd to P, Linlk lattor, who acquitted hiiraicolt very well, A oouplo of araore prOvcd vocy coltly to the locals. To-day tlhey play M.O.C, at M.OO, On Monday thecy play Fitzroy at home, a 1 10, '13" team mot 'Argue" t Richmond on Batorday last, and, altotr a fairly good gamo TowI mat their Olret defeat by 10 to 4, Today thiis team playa L1,O,0, tt home, On Monday they te?et iorth Melbourne at North, ltarting at 12,80 (no lunch provided), "0" team mfit Y M,O.A, at Alb~rt Park on Saturday laet wh?on thte lo alo proved tio atrong for their opponenta by 10 to 4. To-day this team playe Hawthorn at llawthotii, On Mlonday they play Northooto on the local grountnd at 10 10.

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

RAILWAY TIIVIE TABLE, MELBOURNE TO WILLIAMSTOWN. P.M.--5 47, 53, 62, 6 16, 6i31', 6i 1Yc, 6*49t, 6:55*, 6s57#, 7 1Sc, 7 -40, 7 5Sc, S 2c, 8 48, 9 Oc, I 3 Ic, 9 5c, 10 2 Ic, i0 bSc, 11 19c, A.M-12 Oc, 12 1Sc, 13 27, 12 12, 1 5c, 1 25c, 1 45c, 2 Sc, 2 30, 2 47, 3 2, 3 3UOc, 4I Ic, 4I 30c, S40, 545, 5520', 5 19, 5 31, 5 15, 552,62, 610, 627, 639, 6 59, 727, 7 , ?S, 9 0, 9 34, 0 57, 10 12f, 10 29, 10 57, 11 23, 11 410, 1185 8aturdayo ..JI.-5 47, 553, 62, 6 16, 6 31', 6i3t, 6s420, 6 51c, 7 18c, 7 40, 7 59Sc, S 2ic, 9 4I, Oc, O 3ic, 9 55c, 10 24c, 10 49, 10 luSc, 11 17c, 11 43c. P.M.-12 6c, 12 1, 12 2tic, 12 It, 1 3c, 1 11, 1 32, 1 41', 1 B9c, 2 20,2 ;S, 3 'sc, 3 35c, 4 4c, 4 30, 4.l,b2, 5 5, 1 30, 5 52, 6 16, 637, 6 43k, 6 39, 720, 7 6, S 29,, 9 31, , 57, 10 12, 10 20, 10 3,, 10 46, 10 55, 11 9, 11 23, 11 40, 11 55. Bundayo A, M.-1O 20, 10 40. P.M.-12 55, 1 10, 1 23, 35, 1 5Ic, 2 15c, 2 37c, 9 57cS, 3 15c, 3 .ic, 15, 4 4t5, 5, SI 31, 5 45, 6 , 1, 6 i, 7 1, 730, 7 45, b8 15, S 30, S 16, 9...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

PBRR~I~ Y SBRVIEB. WILLIAMVSTOWi' TO PORIT M~VELBOUNE. WINTER TIME TABLE. -WVeather and other circumstances pormuitting, On and after April 14th, the Sorvice will be run as follows: From Gem Pier Williamatown Week days-..--x..-6,35 8,35, 9.35, 10,85, 1185,5 12.8,5. i,M-1,35, 2.85, 3.,35, 4t 25, 5,10, 5,50. Saturdays as usual till 10.85, then 11.25, 12,10, 12,50, 1,35. Thence , b hourly till 5 35. SSundays.--HIourly from 1 35 p.m. till 5,35, p,m, From Port Melbouro:e Week days.--.a -7 0, 9.0, 10,0 11.0, 12,0, r..-l,0, 2.0, 3,0, 4,0, then 4,45, 5.30, 6 12. Saturdays,-11-,O, 11.45, 12.'0, 1.15, and 2, thence hourly till 6. Sundays.-Hourly firom 2 p.,m, to 0 p.m. FARES--\Villiamstown to Port Melbourne, 3d, single; 6d. return Children Halfprice. Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/. MELBOURNE FERRIES Pry, Ltd,, Collins IHousc, Melbourne. The North Williamstown Corner Stores, Timber and Firewood Yards. 0WE58,, S@5D &F O0~B. : rner Ferguson stlroot and Railway phlac' . ?Also Ra...

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NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

NOTES OF THE WEEK. -The third O.Y.M,S, a!snmbly di" be hold to-night iu tho Tempoianucs l?1l, -Hibornian Quairillo Olub's at'omblv noext Wednesday in the Mcehavirs' Iali. -The Newport Worl:ht;i pro at present tuiilug out a now ILUcs otivo per wcok. -Tho £10,000 picturo "The Wreck" at the theatre comumonoiug Monday matinco and three nights only, -Mr T. A. Brtdloy desires attention drawn to the fact that he hos taken the poultry farm at MaNon street formorly carried on by Mr J. If. Bradley, -Mr Reid Murphy, P.M., hasdecided that tho Thursday atficrcoon sittings of the Court of Potty uassiuuo shall begin at two o'clock instoad of hlf-past two for the futureo, -Mr Traver Jones announces that £50 deposit and the balance as rent will be accepted for a four roomed house at the corner of Collins and Castle streets to boe offeored at auotion nowt Saturday afternoon. -Mrs Ilortha Wilkins, who had boen arrested in Dover place on Friday night by Constable Walshlo who obtained ausilt anco to bri...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 13 June 1914

RAILWAY TIME TABLE, MELBOURNE TO WILLIAMSTOVWt. P.AI,-S 47, 5 53, i 2, fi 16, ;31*, 6 413c, 6"49t, 6$55', Gs17', 7 1Sc, 7 40, 7 5Sc, S 25c, 8 48, 0 Oc, 3 10, 9&,c, 102c, 105Sc, 11 29c, A.M-12 Oc, 12 18c, 12 27, 12 42, 1 5c, 1 25c, 1 45c, 2 Sc, 2 30, 2 47, 3 2, 3 30c, 4 c,'; 30c, 4 49, 6 , 5$20', 5 19, 5 34, 5 45, 5 52, (i 2, 6 10, 6 27, 6 39, 6 59, 7 27, 7 51, 8 )1 , 9 0, 9 34, 9 57, 10 12f, 10 29, 10 57, 11 23, 11 40, 11 55 Saturdays A.M.-5 47, 5 53, 6 2, 6 16, 6 31', 360', 6s42*, 6 51c, 7 16c, 7 40, 7 bSc, 5 29c, 8 48, 90c, S3c, 955c, 1024c, 1049, l?Sc, 11 17c, 11 43c. P,M.--12 6c, 12 1i, 12 2G6c, 12 41, 1 3c, 1 i, 1 3, 1 .44, 1 39c, 2 20, 2 :S, 3 2c, 3 35c, 4 4c, 4 30, 4,52, 5 5, 5 30, 5 52, 6 16, 6 87, 6 43*, 6 S9, 7 20, 7 56, 8 27 , 8 5, 9 31, 9 57, 1012, o 35, 10 3, 10 46, 10 55, 11 8, 11 23, 11 40, 11 55. 8undayo A,M,-10 20, 10 40. (P.0.--12 55, 1 10, 1 23, 135, 1 52c, 2 15c, 2 87c, 2 57c, 315c, 3 41c, 4 15, 4 45, 5 15, 5 31, 1 45, 6 15, 6 45, 7 15, 7 30, 7 46, 8 15, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 13 June 1914

WILLIAMSTOWN TO PORT MELBOURNE. WINTER TIME TABLE. -Weather and other circumstances permitting. On and after April 14th, the Service will be run as follows : From Gem Pier Williamstown Week days.--.t..--6,35 8835, 0.35, 10,35, 11,85, 12,85, r,,--1,35, 2.35, 3.35, 4 25, 5,10, 5,50. Saturdays as usual till 10 35, then 11.25, 12,10, 12,50, 1,35. Thence hourly till 5 35. Sundays.-Hourly from 1 35 p.m. till 5,35, p,m, From Port Molbourne Week days.-At.,t -7.0, 9,0, 10.0 11.0, 12.0. r.Ma-1.0, 2.0, 3,0, 4,0, then 4,45, 5.30, 6 12. Saturdays,--11.0, 11.15, 12.30, 1,15, and 2, thence hourly till 6. Sundays,-Hourly from 2 p.m, to Li p,m. FARES--Williamstown to Port Melbourne, 3d, single; 6d. return Children Halfprice, Weekly Tickets, 1/6; Monthly Tickets, 6/. MELBOURNE FERRIES Pty, Ltd,, Collins House, Melbourne. The North Williamstown Corner Stores, Timber and Firewood Yards. VTy Corner Ferguson street and Railway placa Also Railway Siding, FOR BUILDING MATERIAL of every description, Hardwoo...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 13 June 1914

-Mr David Pahmor, who wan defon dant in an assault ease on Tuesday, gave a vivid account of the net-to and claimed that he canto out of the conflict an easy conqueror, although over 70 years of ago and fighting with hisover coat on and buttoned up. When a lad of n'no. David Palmer had a stop father with the result that hi ueod to tend sheeop in the South ward, which had little settlement sixty years ago. A few truants used to pay him an oconional call and they seldom loft without giving him a handesino licking, Ae they were bigger than heo war, he got fright ened of them, and an old shepherd, em ployed by Bayeti the butcher, obnorving this, took an interest in the question. Having been a noted English boxer in his day, the old shlpherd ahowed Palmer how to foint, to guard, and to uneo li hands, After undergoing a careful preparation and belog propounecd fit, Palmer wont boldly up to one of the lads the next time he moB? him and ehallonged him to tight then and there. Palmer polished...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 13 June 1914

Evorybody's Praising It I-What? OWJSN, SON & CO,'b HARiDWOOD, SATURDAY, JUN10 18th, At 3 o'clock.. AUOTION S\LK I'XrRAORDINARtY. Pelitiou--COLLINS and CAfTLTE STS., North Williamstuwn. Auetionteer - TRiVOR JONEi & 00., instructed by Owoer-W, 11. HALT', Req. Particnlara-4 W,B, HOUSES, now, to be sold soparatoly, on land 66 x 175. TIERMS-£50 deposit, balanceo asn ordin ary rent; option of paying off principal any time, Roason why you should attend--BIcanuse the position is unique, handy to Station Sohool, We rkshops and Beach, Beoause they are now and soundly built, anti the terms are exceptionally easy. TITLE PIERIECT, Pattioularo, Travor Jones and Co., Aue tioncor, Tel, 04, 9 DOUGLAS PARADE, N. Wiilianmtown, TUESDAY, 10th, WEDNESDAY 17tih, and THURSDAY, 18th Juno, mTREVOR JONES & CO, have beon iLshtrnoted by Menari Lovvoy and Co. to sell as above about 1000 Iota, con slsting of 400 paire Lace Curtains of new design, Fox Muffs and 'ure, Bed spreads, Carpet Squ...

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THE OIL COMPANY. ERECTION OF NEW BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 13 June 1914

THE OIL COMPANY. ----- --- - EltEO''ION Ol NEW BUILDINGiS. TI'u British Imperial Oil Company has a quantity of material due for erection at thie site of its works, Spotswood. As the roads in this locality are not yet made, an offer has been made Iby the company to pay -t5o towards the cost if the work be put in hand promptly, The chairman of the Public Works committee, Councillor Ileriot, to whom the offer was made, expressed the opinion that it was fair and promised to have the work Iput in hand, after consulting the Violoria ward ,members, There are some streets that do not comuo under the special improvement charge, being publlic highways, in the locality, and it is understood the money will be expended on them. The total expenditure will be about fl0oo. The road will branch off from Hall street and will traverse High street and Burleigh street,

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New, Odd & Interesting. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 13 June 1914

New, Odd & Interesting. Ten sovcrcigns a pouud was pal for tea in 1657. Vesuvius and Etna are both never active at the same time. For hundreds of years the N,:e floods have not varied ten days in their arrival. The oldest manuscript written on cotton-paper in England is in the British Museum, ad bhears date o149. Arctic travellers have noted the cur ious action of snow at low temperature. It dries garments and absorbs mois ture, ntn American chemist has developed a liquid gas of which a little steel bot tle will carry enough to light a house for a month. Bricks are the most durable of build ing material, ''The British Mluscum contains sun-dried bricks taken from Nineveh and Babylon., No machine has yet been invented in France which can supersede manual labor in' the nlmaufacture of cham pagne bottles. The men performing this difficult ,work are well paid. "I think I had better get a job before we ilmarry. "Don1't be SO unrolllan tic, Fredy. I won't need ainy clothes for a lo...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WORDS AND BLOWS ALLEGED. WILLING GO IN CLARKE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 13 June 1914

WORDS AND BLOWS ALLGE D. WILLING GO IN OL~tRtEli UTRETIti'. lEt'ORl, Messrs H. Hick, Ward and Bunnett, J's,P., on Tuesday David Palmer was accused of using insulting words in Clarke street on May 30th and with unlawfully assaulting William Pierro Donaldson, Mr E. II. Hick appeared for the plaintiff and Mr James Hall for the defendant. The complainant alleged that at half-past four in the lafternoon on Saturday May 30th ho was painting the friezo work on his verandah and his attention was drawn to the defend ant who was standing in front of the cottage which he (Palmer) owned, lie wont out on the footpath and asked him if ho had told Mr and Mrs Daw he (Donaldson) had stolen timber and lead. Dofondant denied saying so and sald the authors of the statement ware " liars," Witness replied that Palmer was the liar, whereat Palmer called him a b- scoundrcl anti made a rush at him, knocking witness's hat into the gutter. Mrs Donaldson said " Look out, Will," and Palmer then called her " A l...

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