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A POPULAR VICAR. Rev. Mr. Hollow for Geelong. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 January 1914
A POPULAR VICAR. Rev. Mr. Hollow for Geelong. To say that there will be general regret in Port Melbourne when the news of the Rev. H. Stanley Hollow's forthcoming departure for Geelong becomes known, is to utter no mere commonplace. Mr. Hollow is one of the most popular personalities in the district with all classes of the com munity. At 2 o'clock on Monday last, Mr. Hollow was called in to see the Arch bishop and was apprised of the fact that he had been unanimously nom inated by the nominators to the Arch bishop, to fill the incumbency of Christ Church, Geelong, which ranks amongst the important parishes in the Diocese of Melbourne. The Church is the second oldest in the Diocese, is built of freestone, and will accommodate 700 people. The vicarage is a typical English rectory. containiing 16 rooms and is nestling at the back of the Church among trees and lawns. The Parish Hall, which is new, is one of the finest in the Diocese, and will seat 400 ipeople. There is a tennis court in...
CRICKET. North Ports v. Brunswick City. (1st Grade, V.J.C.A.). [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 January 1914
CRICKET. - ----------- ' North Ports v. Brunswick City. (Ist Grade, V.J.C.A.). This fixture was commenced last week on the ground of the latter. North won the toss, and the first two wickets gave promise of a decent.score, but a regular rot set in, and the remaining eight wic kets could only account for 82 runs. The City made a splendid start. The first wicket did not fall until 63 were scored, and at the close of the day's play, six wickets had fallen for 103 rune. North Ports (1st Innings.) O'Brien, b AMcShane .... ..... 7 M. Paternoster, lbw., O'Loughlin .. 47 Woods,, b Diepenau .......... 14 Bond, stpd. Madden, b O'Loughlin 2 Hughes, c Cowley, b O'Loughlin .. o Keyhoe, E., c Bridges, b Diepenau 1 Lewis, not out ...... .. ...... 5 Bowden, stpd. Madden, b O'Loughlin 4 Chapman, b Diepenau .. .. .. 0 Keyhoe, G., run out ... .... .. 0 Green, c Diepenau, b Diepenau .. 1 Sundries ...... .. ...... 1 Total ....... .. ...... .. 82 Bowling.-O 'Loughlin, five Wickets for 16 runs; Diepenau, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 January 1914
PO, CORNER OF BAY & LIARDET STS. OPEN IEVERYEVENIC. SUNDAY EVENINGS, SPECIAL PROGRAMMES at 8 o'clock. Professional Orchestra PRICES: DRESS CIRCLE - - is. STALLS - - SIXPENCE. CHILDREN HALF-PRICE WEEK NIGHTS and MATINEES (Saturday Night Excepted). Saturday Matinee, 2.30. SPECIAL NOTICE TO CHILDREN . . Doll for Girls, and Cricket Set for Boys, given to the holders of winning numbers at Saturday's Matinee. STAR FILM for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday: The Right of Way. Shows how an old man and his daughter prevent railroad engineers from carrying their track through the little graveyard in which he has buried his wife. STAR FILM for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday: The Cry in the Night. Remarkable situation leads to an innocent man's imprisonment for 15 years. The story concludes with a terrrific climax. Star Film for Jan. 26th, 27th and 28th: From Mang er to Cross. One of the finest films ever screened. A phenomenal success. Complete Change of Programme, Monday & Thursd...
ITEMS OF NEWS. Missioners Retired. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 January 1914
ITEMS OF NEWS. Missioners Retired. The retirement of two Christian workers associated with the Mel bourne City Mission came about on New Year's Eve. These were Mr. William Shepherd and Rev. Keith MacIntvre, old workers with the lMis sion whom the managing committee have retired, after faithful and val ued service. Mr. Shepherd has put in thirty-five years work, being now sixty-seven years of are. Latterly his energies were exerted in Port Melbourne, where he had charge of the Mission Hall. The Rev. Keith Macintyre, who is over saventy years of .aee, had duties specially set apart in connection with hospitals asylums, and the Immigrant's Home. Fortu nately. through the consideration of a Mission supporter, who is not de sirous of having his identity known, each of the retirinE ministers are to receive a gratuity equivalent to one year's salary-£140---to be dis tributed in weekly payments extend inm over three years. Mr. Shepherd, who was converted at the Gospel Hall Brvans' Lane, in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 January 1914
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TO BAR OUTSIDERS. A.N.A. As Money-Lender. Cr. Gill's Suggestion. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 January 1914
TO BAR OUTSWfi1S`SJS A.N.A. As Money-Lender. Cr. Gill's Suggestion. The chief husiness at the ueettincr , of the A.N.A. on Tutesday l igh, m the Dispensary Hall-Mr. D. King, president, in the chair-was a dis cussion on the policy of loans. This, arose out of the remarks made by Cr. Gill, the auditor, in moving that the half-yet2rly report of the secretary, Mr. J. J. Sinn, be adopted. Summarised, the report showed that there was a total amount of £2,685 invested on mortgage and £156 17/2 at interest in the State Savings Bank. The balance at bank current account was £310/1/1; tables and trestles assets, £10/9/; total funds, £3,162/7/3; sick fund credit balance, £3,118/15/11; incidental. fund, £33 2/4; contingency fund, £7/14/7. During the year there were no deaths and therefore no funeral claims, the first time this had occurred for a con siderable time. The amount of sick payment to !':embers was £155/3/4. At the conclusion of the half-year the membershiv was 505. This is the first t...
"LOCK ME UP, CONSTABLE!" Woman Gives Herself in Charge. The Embarrassed Officer. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 January 1914
"LOCK ME UP, CONSTABLE!" Woman Gives Herself in Charge. The Embarrassed Officer. An amusing example of the well known music hall ditty-"Please Don't Take Me Home"-in real life was furnished in Bay-street on Mon day. The hero of the incident was Constable Samuel Harper, a bashful young officer whose experience was of a most embarrassing order. Constable Harper was patrolling his beat in Bay-street, about 2 o'clock in the afternoon, when.a middle-aged woman who had very evidently been "looking on the wine when it was red," stopped him with the startling request-"Lock me up, constable!" Seeing the state she was in the offi cer told the obfuscated lady to go home and be good. But she told the officer that home was the very place she would not go to. She caught hold of his coat sleeve and begged him as a great favor to see that she was locked up in a cell. Constable Harper tried to shake her off, but to no purpose. He walked down to the watch-house and the lady follow ed. When he entered...
CRICKET. Port Melbourne v. Elsternwick. PORTS IN GOOD POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 January 1914
CRICKET. --.---- Port Melbourne v. Elsternwick. PORTS IN GOOD POSITION. On a splendid wicket at Port Mel bourne, Whitehead, who opened the innings for Elsternwick, made a fair stand when Brand came in on the fall of the second wicket, and the total was -16 before the ex-Richmond and Prahran ito was caught by Brereton at the wic ket, for a neatly-made 24. The second innings closed for a moderate 120. The Ports lost three for 130 in an hour and a half. Rademacher and Jamieson put-up the first 50 in 25 min utes, when Jamieson played Wyndham on. Rademacher did not long survive Jamieson, and two were out for 65. The first 100 was made in the hour. Brere ton 34 and Willmott 30 remained to gether until the drawing of stumps. ELSTERNWICK--First Innings Total ................ 120 Bowling.-B. A' Coll, four wickets for 50 runs; J. M' Coll, three for 29; S. An derson, two for 31; G. St. John, none for 5. PORT MIELBOURNE-First Innings. A. Rademacher, e Curphy, b Wynd ham .. .......... .. 31 A. J...
2nd Port v. 2nd Elsternwick. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 January 1914
2nd Port v. 2nd Elsternwick. Played at Elsternwick. Port Mel bourne, 293 (Schaefer 83, Walsh 60, Moss 7, Heir 25, Smith 23). The bowl ing was done by Hicks one for 74, Wolfe one for 62, Officer one for 22, Scott three for 41, Baird one for 15. Schaefer, 83, batted very attractively and displayed many good strokes. A. Walsh batted very well in his initial game. He was very good on the leg side. Practice for members at baseball will conumence in a week or two. , Fred. Willmott resumed after his ill ness, and batted in his best style.
Graham-street Wesleys C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 January 1914
Graham-street Wesleys C.C. Graham-street journeyed to Croxton last Saturday to play High-street, who had first use of the wicket, and compiled 110, "Sundries," 23, being top scorer. N. Carnie, six for 36; G. Baird, two for 0; W. Walton, one for 21, and WT. Ren dall, one for 29, shared the wickets. Graham-street gave their usual happy display with the bat, seven wickets fall ing for 41 runs, with Reg. Douglas, 13, top scorer. The match will be concluded to-day, when local players are asked to catch the 2 o'clock train from Port.
Silver Stars v. Ivanhoe. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 January 1914
Silver Stars v. Ivanhoe. This match took place last Saturday at Ivanhoe, and after a miserable dis play by the bulk of the Stars, they were defeated by the margin of 67 runs. The scores were:-Ivanhoe, 120 runs; Sil ver Stars, 53 runs. The best of a bad lot for the losers were, with the bat--A. Mylne 18, A. B. IIHa'rper 17, and W. Coxon 7; with the ball-A. E. Mylne, four wickets for 6 runs. 'Boxer" was the hero of the match, for besides capturing four wickets, he was also at the head of the batting. The match to-day is against one of the South Melbourne Club's elevens, and will take place at the roar of South Melbourne cricket ground, commencing at 3 sharp.
Holy Trinity. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 24 January 1914
Holy Trinity. Holy Communion will be celebrated at 8 a.m. to-morrow, and the Vicar will preach morning and evening. The annual meeting of the church will be held in the parish hall on Wednesday next at 8 p.m. The Hon. Mr. Aikman, M.L A., has consented to open the Football Club Bazaaur on February 26th. All'donations and goods are to be forwarded to Miss Leitzow, at the Tawn Hall.
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 24 January 1914
OBITUARY. The death occurred on Saturday morning last of a Port Melbourne native in Walter Owen Jenkins, at the young age of 29 years. The de ceased was the youngest son of the' Late Richard Jenkins, and brotheis of Mr. Dave Jenkins, families well known and respected in the ,town. lHe had resided in olrt Melbourne all his life, and prior to death his illness had been of only a couple ~of weekl's duration.
NOT A HERO TO HIS COACHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 24 January 1914
NOT A HERO TO HIS COACHMAN. It was Richard Harding Davis who' found it necessary to discharge a worth less coachman. The man took his dis missal so jauntily that the novelist was rather nettled. "You seem to think it is easy to get jobs," he said. "Oh. I ain't worryin'," was the reply. "No?" asked Mr Davis. "And where do you expect to get a new job?" "Oh, T don't know," answered the use. 1"I may not get one with hor ses. Bunt if worst comes to worst I may try writin' books. Since I've been here I've found out it don't take such a fearful amount of brains as I used to think it did."
BENEFIT ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 24 January 1914
'BENEFIT ENTERTAINMENT.. Friends df Mr. Sam Blackumore, who, through illness, has been un able to follow his usual avocatiou as a stevedore for some eighteen months past, have arranged a pic ture entertainment: on his behalf. This is to take place at the Victoria Theatre on Wednesday, the 4th, February. The 'Mayor (Cr. A. L. Page) and Mr. Geo. Ruddock are carrying out the official .duties, and it is known that brother stevedores will give their support. Tickets, 6d. each, are now available.
ELECTRIC SPARKS. Schools resume on Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 24 January 1914
ELECTRIC SPARKS. Schools resume on Tuesday. Everybody is glad-except the scholars. They will then be seen, "with shin ing soapy faces," to parody -Shake peare, "creeping like snails unwill ingly to school." The lFootball Cl-tlb's bazaar is?i o take place in the TIown Hall o: thl?e nights-26 2th, h, 2r8th, Fe.bruir. Most Eatisfaciory :progresss?s isi ported. The Grand Council of F!?sestors-n? tend presenting Cr. W. Howe" witf P.D.C.R. certificate and neck ribboin', for services rendered.: as :ljtri??i Chief Ranger. The Hon. Stanley ("Do'")' is ex pected to return from his country home this week end after a prolonged rest. The Presbytery keeper has been sadly missed. Mr. Irwin moved a vote of cen sure on Cr. Russell at Monday's La --tour Leanie-meeting, but. found-no seconder. The motion dropped. It was the 44 hours' week muotion that was the cause of the complaint. The Port Melbourne Football Club's committee made part payment to several of the club's creditors last week, distributin...
ITEMS OF NEWS. NEW TENNIS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 24 January 1914
ITEMS OF NEWS. bNEW TENNIS COURT. Presbyterians will be enabled inl the near future to enjoy the plea sures surrounding a tennis court. "Working Bees," under the direction of 1Mr. A. Anderson, Sen., having been engaged for some time levelling off and fencing in an enclosure between the school hall and the Presbyterv. This week the asphalting brigade, not honorary, are laying down the pavement on which may follow the scene of many a good tussle in the inspiring art of tennis. The court which will be a full sized one, should be completed by the middle of Feb ruary.
Swallow and Ariell's v. South Melbourne A.N.A. V.J.C.A.—Third Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 24 January 1914
Swallow and Ariell's v. South Mel-. bourne A.N.A. V.J.C.A.-Third Grade. This match, which was brought to a' conclusion on Saturday last, resulted in a sharp and somewhat unexpected dc feat.. of Swallow's. On the previous Saturday Swallow's had completed an innings for 133 runs, and the A.N.A. had lost 5 wickets for 74. Swallow's were naturally confident of getting the remaining A.N.A. batsmen out for less than the required number, but the A.N.A. rose to the occasion by making 145 runs, thus topping Swallow's by 1' In a desperate effort to retrieve their position the latter in their second inn ings hit up 75 runs for 4 wickets and thenl closed their iunnings, in the hope of getting A.N.A. out again. The latter, however, got the necessary runs for the loss of but one wicket, thus turning a narrow win into a very decisive one, and gaining the maximum points. For Swallow's Bob Byrne batted consis tently and well for 41.and 38 not out. Harrington 22, Robison 19, Collins 17 and 10, and Fr...
FORTY-FOUR HOURS' WEEK. Cr. Russell's Motion. For Municipal Employees. Town Council Discussion. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 24 January 1914
FORTY-FOUR HOURS' WEEK. Cr. Russell's Motion. For Municipal Employees. Town Council Discussion. Cr. E. F. Russell's motion 'regard in'g a 44. hours' week for municipal e;iployees was the chief tonic of in terest it:t Tuesday's mineetiilng of "the ToI?i Coincil-M'Iayor PaLe piresid in. At the previous -meetinie the councillor had 'ivelninotice that Ihe iold mo\e for the tklmii of a rate ýavers a eferendnm on this subject: ratuiidly his: proposal ' was. looked f'orwiitd to by liis colIeagues and by. the public' generally as of consider able iliportauce. The motion was in the following terms:-"That the question of reducing the hours of labour of the .council's employees to 44 -per week be submitted to a re ferendum of the ratepayers at the Annual municipal elections in August next. Cr. Russell, in submitting his mo tion., said that the matter was of suflicient importance to take the op inion of ratepayers upon.p A few weeks previously their Mayor moved that the reduction of hours be ma...