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CUP NIGHT DISTURBANCE. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 7 November 1914
CvUP NIGHT DISTURBANCE. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. Before Messrs. Hester and Testro, J.'sP., on ~Vednesday, a young man named James Russell was charged with using obscene language on the 3rd inst. Constable Synnott stated that at o0z5 the previous night he was called to a quarrel between men at the Pier Hotel. Russell used the language, which the constable handed written on paper to the magis. trates. When trying to arrest-him acpused got away, but was after Wards secured. Russell, who pleaded not guilty, in defence said he had a few drinks in, and that he .may or may not have used'the language. Mr. Hester said such language would not be tolerated, and imposed a fine of 4o/- or 14 days' imprison- I ment. Time to pay was refused.
RAILWAY UNITED v. SOUTH PORTS. V.J.C.A.—THIRD GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 14 November 1914
RAILWAY UNITED v. SOUTH PORTS. V.J.O.A.--THIRD GRADE. The above match was concluded on Saturday: last; the Railway United winniiog" by .i ~3 runs-on the* first innings. -. At. the finish of the first day's play the Railways had lost 2 for 80, and, resuniing on .Saturday,. they carried, the score t- 153 for nine wickets, when the captain declared the innings closed. The South Ports in their first innings occupied the wickets for an hour and a half, making making-4o runs, their intention being to try and make a draw, but they failed in their object by half an hour, and in-that time in their second innings, they lost 2 for io. thus leaving the Rail ways winners by I3 runs,:. The Railways' best batsmen and bowlers were-McDonald 3r, Tyrell 3r, Reilly I7, Cardwell 16, Edwards 14, and Birch I3; Edwards (7 for 2z), McDonald (2 for 9), Mowbray (r for o), Birch (i for 4) and Cardwell (r for 10). Members who have. not handed in their art union books are asked to do so. The drawing takes place ...
BAPTIST C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 14 November 1914
BAPTIST C.C. The match against Collingwood was continued on the Collingwood ground on Saturday last, the weather being perfect. The Woodsmen batted first and totalled ur6. The Ports compiled 87 runs in their first innings, giving the home team a majority of 29 on the first innings, At 4 p.m. Collingwood sent their men to the wickets confident of vic tory, but to the surprise of all present the tables were turned, for, when the toth man was out, the mod'est sc6re of 31 waS reachedi, leavingthe, Ports 59 runs .to make. with 4i minutes to bat. . Enthusiasm ran high when Sid H~olmes compiled I9 (2 4's and 2 3:s) before being put out of action. Thelfoisrth wicket: down for 38; victory i6as sure;: for the innings was closed when: the fifth wicket fell, leaving the Port Baptists winners by 5 wickets and 7 runs. The bowling honors were shared by Kelly, 2 for o; W. Holmes, 5 for 17; Sid. Hblmes, 2 for ii. The principal run getters were C. Holland 15 not out and 5 not out, S. Holmes: 24 and 1...
ROYAL CHARTER v. VICTORIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 14 November 1914
ROYAL CHARTER v. VIC TORIAN. To be played atthe rear Of Ports' ground today. Players are reques ted to be ~on the grxind?t-2.3o ,: The match. between Royil Charter and Wi~llington resulted ini a win for the latter. Scores ?:-Royal Charter; first innings, 7 for 41 (Albright 16 and Curwood 12); Wellington, 184 (C. Tyrell 5 for 26 and Ludwick 4 for 14). Royal Charter, 2nd innings, I for 57 (Matson 22, Ludwick 18 not out, and J. Tyrell io not out).
AMONGST THE JUNIORS. NORTH PORTS v. FLEMINGTON AND KENSINGTON. (1st Grade, V.J.C.A.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 14 November 1914
AMONGST THE JUNIORS. NORTH PORTS v. FLEMING TON AND KENSINGTON. (-1st. Grade, V.J.C.A.) This match was brought to a con clusion last Saturday, when the North proved victors by 9 runs, after a most exciting finish. North resumed their innings from the previous Saturday, when they had lost 3 wickets for 75, the not out men being Stein and G. Keyhoe. The first ball of the day proved dis astrous, Stein being clean bowled. Woods also fell a victim to the same bowler in the first over. T. Hughes and G. Keyhoe carried the 'itotal to 88, when the former. was run out. Wellington, after making 5, also fell to bowler Parris. Merrick opily made 2, and'T. I4ewis failed to score, when nine wickets were dowh for 99. The unexpectedhappened, for Bovw den, the last man, played thegame by keeping his end up, and G Key hoe, batting confidently, made some lively strokes; and the total was carried to i45 before Keyhoe mis bit a ball from Parris, and was easily caught by Hardiman. Flemington and Kensingto...
SECOND ELEVENS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 14 November 1914
SECOND ELEVENS. The Second elevens commenced their match at Malvern last Satur day, the match resulting in a drawn game. Scores: MALVERN.-First Innings. Middleton, b Hair ... .. 3 Abud-, c; b Clarke .. .. 60 Trood, b Hair ... ...... 22 Shanahan, l.b.w., b Moss ... 23 Sheawood, b Hodgetts ... ... 17 Sheehan, b Hodgetts ... ... 3 McAdam, c, b Hodgetts .. 2 Hanbury, b Hodgetts ... .... Christian, b Hair ... ... xx Page, c, b Hodgetts ... ... 2 Creed, not out... ... ... o - Sundries ... ... ... 15 Total ... ... . ... 159 Bowling.-Lusch, none for 36; B. Hair, .3 for 23; Hodgetts, 5 for 36; Moss, I for I I; Clarke, I for.29. PORT MELBOURNE. First Innings. Craig, b Page ... .:. ... 21 Hair, b Page ... .. ... 3 Coleman, b Page ... ... o Fairchild, not out ... ... o Collins, c McAdam, b Page ... • 15 Sundries ' .... ... ... 5 Four wickets for ... 44 Bowling.-Page, 4 wickets for x4 runs. NOTES. Rademacher made 34 in good style. He is rapidly coming back to his old form. 'Ports were out for fa...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 14 November 1914
oreoavomont Notices. MRS. MACINTOSH AND FAMILY desire to THANK all Friends for their kindncss, letters, telegrams, cards, and floral tributes, in their recent sad bereavement; especially thinking Reve. H. 8. Hollow, McKie and Gayer, Holy Trinity Choir, and Dr. Huckell, Toorak road, South Yarra, and Mr. R. MoKenmie for the way in which he carried out.the funeral arrangements. 7he J't ndard." . "To fight with. its might In the cause of Right, SIs the duty- of the Press." SADVANCE PORT MELBOURNE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1I4TH; I914.
CRICKET. SUB-DISTRICT CRICKET AS SOCIATION. OUR SENIOR CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 14 November 1914
CRICKET. --.._.?-- SUB.DISTRICT CRICKET AS SOCIA'TION. OUR SENIOR CLUB. Port Melbourne's first eleven met Malvern last Saturday on thelocal. cricket ground. Malvern soon got the measure of the locals' bowling, as on being sent to the wickets they quickly put together I75 under 24 hours for the loss of 4 wickets, when they declared the innings closed. The batting was of an 'even nature, as is indicated by both the individual scores and the runs at the fall of each wicket, which read:--One for 42; two for 89, three for 127, and four for 570.- Rogers 43 (two 4's), John Beattie 42 (three 4's), E. Rush 4o (seven 4's), James Horan 19 not out, and Thomson 18 .(two 4's) found little or no sting in the bowling, and, unusual to relate, the Ports' ground fielding was far below their. usual high standard, 'Both Hubbard and Jack McColl were punished severely. In 80 minutes the Ports lost 5 for 74, to'wards which Rademacher con tributed 34, St. John 15, and Wil mot I5. Gray and Pockett bowled wel...
ITEMS OF NEWS. Neglectful Adults. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 14 November 1914
ITEMS OF NEWS. Neglectful Adults." Three adults, Caroliine Mary Adams, Patrick Alexander Knight, and Alf. Bruce werecalled upon at the local .court on Monday-in com pliance with the Electoral Act, to show reason why they had neglected to fill in and return the papers which would ensure their being enrolled. The former, who appeared, was fined I/-, and the latter two 2/6-each. Temperance Sunday, - Throughout the various denomina tions last. Sunday was observed as Temperance Sunday.. At the Ross street Baptist Church, where the Rev. P. J. Masters was assisted by Mrs Mason, city missioner, members of the Rechabite Order were present in regalia. The church was filled to overflowing The Rev. P. J. Mas ters cordially welcomed the members .of Rechabite Oqrder,:'an~ expressed his unbounded'joy at their' being present, and hoped that they would rejoice .together in -ai great victory for the temperance cause it 1917 The reverend gentleman, in'. the course of his discourse, said the church mus...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 14 November 1914
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AROUND THE CHURCHES. Graham-street Methodist. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 14 November 1914
AROUND THE CHURCHES. Graham-street Methodist. At Graham street to-morrow the service at ii am. will be taken by the Rev. J. P. Masters, and the 7 o'clock service by the Rev. R. S. Joyce. Presbyterian. In the absence of the Rev. Lan dells, who is enjoying a holiday, and a well-earned one at that, services to-morrow at the . Presbyterian Church will be taken by Mr. John Fairley at I1 a.m., and the Rev. T. Lavers a7 p.m ROSS ST. BAPTIST. The pastor of the Baptist Church, Ross-street, Rev. P. J. Masters, will exchange with the Rev. R: S. Joyce (Methodist), on Sunday morning. In view of the decease of Mrs. Jenkins, the subject at night will be "'Our Father's House-Home of my Soul "
WOMEN AT VARIANCE. SEQUEL IN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 14 November 1914
WOMEN AT VARIANCE. SEQUEL IN COURT. Two participants in a quarrel, Nellie Simmonds and Sarah Andei son; who reside. at Raglanstireet, cross.summoned' each other for. as-. sault at the local court on Thursday, the former being represented by Mr. Sonnenberg, and the latter by Mr. Fogarty. Nellie Simmonds said she was a married woman and iesided at 97 Raglan-street. When she returned home on the 3rd of November, she was wearing a new dress, and Mrs. Anderson remarked to her that-she didn't get that dress on the 'I a. week allowed her husband, who had gone away with the expeditioniary force ." If she hadn't got me by the hair I might tell you I could have looked after myself," remarked the witness. A young man passing pulled Mrs. Anderson away. Robert Christian, carpenter, said between 6 30 and 7 o'clock he saw the two women in "hilts" and separated them. Mrs Anderson had hold of' Mirs. Simmonds by the hair, in a bending position. Mrs Anderson's story was that Mrs. Simmonds had been tal...
COUNCIL AND MANUFACTURER. THE STREET HYDRANT APPLICATION. POLICY QUESTION DISCUSSED. "MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING." [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 14 November 1914
COUNCIL AND MiANUFAC TURER. o THE STREET HYDRANT APPLICATION. POLICY QUESTION DIS . CUSSED. "MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTH ING." It will be fresh in the n.emory of residents that the firm of Messrs. Swallow and Ariell recently sought permission from the local .Council to erect an overhanging street hydrant in Princes-street, in' front of the manager's residence, for the purpose of rapidly filling a new water cart which the firm purchased for allay ing dust in streets adjacent to their works. Some time ago Messrs. Swallow and Ariell incurred con siderable expense in sinking a well on the foreshore and laying down salt water mains, and from this source streets.within the bounidary of Graham, Beach, Bay and Princes streets have been sprinkled with salt water on dusty days.. . ?%When the request came bef6re a iprevious Cod?ncil meeting,.?some. op position was shown to the ~r~antinge of permission unless' certain con ditions were complied with.. The motioni " that the request be granted subject to...
TOWN COUNCIL. REDUCTION OF FINE. 14,000 KILOWATTS MONTHLY OF ELECTRIC ENERGY SOUGHT BY MANUFACTURER. CONTROL OF TRAMWAYS. BOARD OF HEALTH CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 14 November 1914
TOWN COUNCIL. REDUCTION OF FIINE. 14,000o KILOWATTS MONTHLY OF ELECTRIC ENERGY SOUGHT BY MANUFAC - TURER. CONTROL OF TRAMWAYS. BOARD OF'HEALTH CON DITIONS. The Mayor (Cr. Smith) presided over the usual fortnightly meeting of town councillors on Tuesday evening,: Crs. Page, Gill, Tucker, Crichton, Howe, Morris and Sinclair being present. FINE REDUCED. A communication from Mr. W. K. Dairidson, secretary to the Crown Law Department, was presentedin forming the Council that-His Excel lency the Goverdior-in-Council had reduced the fine of [20 imposed upon Albert K. Smith in the local Court of Petty Sessions for blasting at Fisherman's Bend to [Io.- The Council ;lad rconinended the; re Cr. Morris said he would like to know why'the Council had asked for a-remission of this fine, seeing that it fixed-the penalty at z2o in order to get rid of ; great nuisance. Others would cornm along 3with similar re quests~ and they could not make flesh of one an'd fish of another. The Council had done a w...
CRICKET. PORT MELBOURNE V. CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 14 November 1914
CRICKET ... PORT MELBOURNE V. CAUL FIELD. ' he 1st eleven commence a match to-day at Caulfield. Team-Taylor (capt.), McColl (3), Radermacher, St. John, Wilmott, O'Brien, Hub bard, Shaefer and Hair. 2nd elevens play at Port Mel bourne. Team-Jones (capt.), Mossi (vice-capt.), Hoban, Collins, Craig, Coleman, Hodgetts, Clarke, Lusch, McCarthy, Pratt. Tate 12th man.
YACHTSMEN SPEND EVENING SOCIABLY SMOKE, HARMONY AND PRESENTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 14 November 1914
YACHTSMEN SPEND EVENING SOCIABLY SMOKE, HARMVI'3r.E ND PRESENTATIONS. The annual smoe bightlit ,aiid distribution of trophies wion during the preceding season attracted a good attendance on Saturday night to the town hall supper room. The gather ing comprised local yachtsmen and visitors from other suburbs, including Mr. Arthur Peck, commodore of the Royal Yacht Club; Commodore Kinsey, of Port Phillip Yacht Clutb; Commbdore McKinney, Sandring ham Yacht Club, and-Commodore Danman, of St. Kilda Yacht Club. The importance of the function was increased through the occasion representing the 25th anniversary of the club's formation, which took place in December, I889 ;and present in the room were quite a number of the first members, including Messrs, P. J. Grut (the first commodore), G. F. Morwick, .R. Johnson, T. Pennell, P. Callaghan, T. Carter, A. Drew, J. Clelland, W. Clothier and D. Cargill. -Commuodore Conway, who presi ded, in proposing the toast ot The King, which was enthusiastic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 14 November 1914
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 14 November 1914
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SMUGGLED HATS. PILLAGED FROM PERSIC CONSIGNMENT. STEVEDORE FINED £20. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 14 November 1914
" SMUGGL.ED HATS. PILLAGED FROM PERSIC CONSIGNMENT. STEVEDORE FINED ?2o. A prosecution under section 233 of the Customs Act was heard at the local court on Monday, when a middle aged man named John Rogers, residing at Station place, Port Melbourne,' was charged with being unlawfully in possession of uncustomed goods, to wit,4 hats. The evidence provided striking testimony to the wholesale manner in which at times cargo is pillaged at the port of Melbourne. Detective-Inspector Gleeson pro secuted; and Mr. Sonenberg appeared for accused. Detective-Inspector Gleeson said that on 2o0th ult. the steamer Persic arrived at Williamstown. Injcluded in the cargo were seven cases of fur -hats, or 180 hats in all, consigned to thbe London-Stores, Melbourne. On these being examined, it was found that the cases were badly damaged, 'and that 92 of the hats were missing. In consequence of enquiries witness, :with Constable'Roderick awovin and; Mr. Hooke, of the Customs depart ment-, went to accused...