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Port Melbourne Baptist [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914

Port Melbourne Baptist The match against Albert Park on the local ground was concluded on Saturday last, resulting in favor of the portians. :With 35 behind on the first innings -Albert Park could only respond with 41 or 6 to the good of the Ports' first innings score. One wicket fell for 13 runs, thus the home team gained an easy .victory by nine wickets and seven runs. The bowl ing honors were shared by W. Holmes, who bowled remarkably well, taking six wickets for 16 runs, and E. Kel ley, three for 11. To-day's match will take place on the local ground, against South Melbourne; the game should be interesting as South Mel bourne are old rivals. Teams will be picked on the ground at 2.45 p.m. Notes. Two vacancies on -the executive committee have been refilled: Mr. E. Kelley and C. Holland accepting the responsibility. It is rumored abroad that a gun in cricket circles will be included in the eleven of in early date; "a hero from the football arena." The team will gladly welcome him....

Publication Title: Port Melbourne Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SIGNIFICANT NAME. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914

A.SIGNIFICANT NAME.• "What are you thinking of, Miss Wombat?" "Of your name, Mr. Huggins." "My name?" "Yes; as Shakespeare says, is there anything in a name?" He showed her there -was.

Publication Title: Port Melbourne Standard
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YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914

YACHTING. The Port Melbourne 'Yaclif Club are carrying out a club race this afternoon, for prizes of £1/1/ (Hon cybone trophy), and a club trophy for second. The preparatory guu will be fired at 3.15 p.m., aud- starting time is 3.20. Handicaps:-Thera, ser.; Valkyrie, 14 .ecs.; Namoi, 16 sees.; C.J.I., 18 sees.; Beta, 22 sees; Rambler, 22 sees; Frolic, 30 sees. ; Latona, 30 sees.; Winsome, 36 secs.; I?yr B., 87 eoas. .

Publication Title: Port Melbourne Standard
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Railway United v. Fawkner. (V.J.C.A.—Third Grade.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914

Railway United v. Fawkner. (V.J.C.A.-Third Grade.) The above match was concluded on Saturday, resulting in a win for the Railway United by an innings and 19 runs. At the finish of the first day's play, the Railways, in their first in nings, made 192: Reilly 29, Fisher 29, Wapshott 25, Britten 20, Edwards 15 (not out), Birch 13, and M'Donald 12, being their.best batsmen. Fawk ner had lost,one wicket for 18. When play was resumed on Saturday, the Fawkner were only able, owing to the fine howling of Birch, who obtained six for 4; to bring their first innings' score to 65, so being 127 runs be hind. had to follow on. In their se cond attempt they did a little better, making 108 before they were dis posed of. Their principal scorers were Love (26 and 17), Woodward (23, retired), and Beach (17). Those who obtained the wickets for the Railways were Birch (seven for 29), Edwards- (five for 58),. M'Donald (four for 25), Cardwell (t owrof (four for 25), Cardwell (two for 26), and Tyrell (one ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914

PORT rELBOURNE S'JURE THEATRE, CORNER OF BAY & LIARDET STS. OPEN - Y{ E u I NG. SUNDAY EVENING, SPECIAL PROGRAMME at 8 o'clock. zjlAi -. Every Saturday at 2.30 p.m. Professional Orchestra This Theatre is Conducted- en tirely by UNION LABOR. SPECIAL PRIZES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS at the Matinee To-day, AT 2.30 p.m. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday .il. of the Ualley. Lucille Love. 11TH SERIES. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday The 6iolden Ladder. To be Screened during "the week: The Countess, Macaronnie Johnnie. Could You Blare Her. The Rugham .Boys. Universal Ike and His Ma in Law. WAR NEWS (Latest). A Pair of Birds. AND OTHERS. Uomplete Change of Programme, Saturday & Wednesday Fresh Prograinme each Sunday Night, PRICES: DRESS CIRCLE - Is. STALLS - - SIXPENCE. Children Half Price Week Nights and Matinees. Saturday Nights Excepted " 4D! 4 * , 4OV~aNCE AUSRI~L'P Buy your dress materials where you like, BUT Bring them to us to be Made Up. OUR CHARGES'ARE. Unlined Costumes from r ....

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SCHOOLS' PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914

SCHOOLS' PICNICNIC. The guessing competition which comprised an event at the schools and citizens' picnic at Lilydale on Wednesday week, was won by Mrs. Phillips, who guessed the contents of the container to be 1,550, just one in excess of the number counted. The second, third, dind fourth prizes were won by Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. H; Miller, and Mrs. Wale, respectively. In the results reported last week, B. Spooner should have been attri buted with winning the Champion boys' race, 100 yards. The event was open to three entries from all schools (State or private) in the Port.

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AMONGST THE JUNIORS. North Ports Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914

AMONGST THE JUNIORS. North Ports Cricket Club. The match to-day will be.played at Preston, against.Preston. Players and supporters are re quested to catch the 1.45 p.m. train from Port Melbourne, and 2.5 p.m. train from Princes' Bridge. - Book, to Preston. The team will be selected from the following:--T. Hughes (c.), Keyhoe (2), Moon, Haigbloom, Bow den, Williams, Lewis (2), Wellingtoal, Stein, Merrick, Woods. A practice match was played last Saturday against the local Hiber rlians. The scores were:- North Ports, 100; Hibernians, 107. A Wel lington 24, T. Hughes 15, A. Hutch inson 12, A. Moon 12, batted best for North Ports. C. Uniacke 25, F. Brennan 18 not out, G. Keyhoe 18 did best for the Hibernians. A. Welling-: ton, four for 21; W. Bacon, two for 27; for North Ports; and N. Quinli ven two for 21; and Kelly, twb fori 27, did the bowling for Hibernians.

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TOWN OF PORT MELBOURNE. STATEMENT OF ELECTRIC SUPPLY ACCOUNTS for year ending 30th September, 1914. NET REVENUE ACCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914

TOWN OF PORT MELBOURNE.I STATEMENT. OF ELECTRIC SUPPLY ACCOUNTS for year ending 30th September, 1914. NET REVENUE ACCOUNT. Dr. Balance brought forward, 1/10/'13 . . '.: . . . £445 11 8 ..OCity- of Melbourfte Bulk Supply ....... . 1163 18 1] Interest- on Debentures . . 335 15 0 Depreciation ... . 243 0 0 Salaries . ... . 75 0 0 Advertising, Printing, and Stationery . ...... 20 2 10 Sub-station Maintenance Account; wages . . . . . 23 6 5 Private Consumers' Light. ing Account. Wages ...... 58 810 Renewals, &. . .... 4 8 8 Power Account, Wages 28 0 0 Street Lighting Account Wages ....... . 166 12 7 Renewals .. .. 108 5 2 Holiday Account, Wages . 33 9 1 Miscellaneous Account Wages . ...... 6 16 3 Sundries . . '514 4 Bicycle Allowance . . . 4 17 6 Bad Debts .... . 1 17 8 Sinking Fund . . . -. . .26 2 6, £2,751 7 5 Cr. Street Lighting . £ . 1013 0 10 Pritate. Consuners--.., Lighting Accounit ... 9438 9 7 Power.. . . 489 11 2 Meter Rent ... . 14 18 5 Municipal Buildings Lighting . 3...

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DISPOSAL OF BICYCLE. Serious Charge Follows. Bench Give Accused Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914

DISPOSAL OF BICYCLE. Serious Charge Follows. Bench 'Give Accused Benefit. Josephine Mills, of Princes-street, Port Meloburne, appeared at the local court on Thursday, charged with hav ing in her possession, between the 22nd and 30th September, a bicycle, suspected as having beencmfwyppe suspected of having been stolen. Mrs Mills pleaded not guilty, and was de fended by Mr. Charles Barnett.' Sub Inspector Westcott prosecuted. The Bench was occupied by Messrs. T. Smith (chairman), D. C. Armstrong,. T. Testro, aind W. Howe, J.'sP. The evidence for the prosecution disclosed a unique set of circumstau ces. Margaret Christina M'Pherson, who resides at 66 Lyons-street, said one day the accused, whom she knew as Mrs. Wells, said to her,-"You are going to buy. Jackie a bicycle, aren't. you?" Witness said, "Yes, if I get one cheap." Accused said, "I've got one at home, it belonged to my hus band; I'll sell it for £5." That even ing witness sent her son Jack around to accused's house, and he, ...

Publication Title: Port Melbourne Standard
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STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES (as on 1/10/14) [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914

STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND., LIABILITIES (as on 1/10/!14) Liabilities. Bank Overdraft . : . . . £0 12 6 Debentures ...... . 7700 .0 0 City of Melbourne, Bulk Supply, Sept. 1914 . . . 132 3 10 Quotations Accepted .. . 112 10 0 Municipal Fund Advances . 535 0 0 Sinking Fund . . . 26 2 6 Sundry Creditors . . 2 - 8 3 Overpayments ..... O0 1 0 £8,508 18 1 Assets. Capital Expenditure, £8299 16/5; Less Total Depre ciation, £352/5/ . . . . £7947. 11 5 Private Consumers Light . ...... 108 11 2 Power . ... . 87 16 11 Meter Rent . . . 2 7 5 Street Lighting .... . 92 5 5 Municipal Buildings, Light ing .......... 4 14 11 Sundry Debtors . . ....0 4 0 Government Stock ..... 26 2 6 Balance . . . . . . . .. 239 4 4 £8,508 18 1

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TOWN COUNCIL. West Side Residents' Danger. Dredging of Lagoon. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914

TOWN COUNCIL. West Side Residents' Danger. Dredging of !.agoon. At Tuesday's meeting of the Town Council, Mayor Smith presided over a full attendance of councillors. Transfer of Seats. The Shire of Warragul wrote, stat ing that that Council viewed with alarm the re-distribution of seats. whereby seven seats were taken from'n the country and added to the metro polis.-Nb action was taken.: Notice Board. The Electoral Inspector, Mr. R. B. Anderson; wrote, stating that as the whole of the registration work would be carried on at the office at the town hall, a notice hoard, 3ft. x 2ft., was required on the north side of the front door.-Permission granted, subject to approval of surveyor. : Inadequate Water Supply. Mr. J. Dudley, secretary to the Metroiolitan Fire Brigades Board, sent the following:-"The Chief-offil cer reqtests me to anvise you: thal Elie hais benii fmfixished .with a dieport conceining the ,ittendance of the bri gade at a fire amongst packing cases in Ingles-street on t...

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Port Melbourne I.O.R. v. Northcote. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914

Port Melbourne I.O.R. v. Northcote. The above match was concluded on Saturday, Northcote winning by 34 runs on the first innings. Ports put up a good performance in their second attempt. Final scores were: Port, 37 and 1 for 107 (innings closed); Northcote, 71 and 5 for 46. The best performers for Ports were Spain 23; Moulin 45 not out; Thur ling 28 not out. To-day the Port meet Fitzroy at Royal Park in the horse paddock.

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STATEMENT OF LOAN ACCOUNT (as on 1/10/'14). [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914

STATEMENT OF LOAN ACCOUNT (as on 1/10/'14).: To Loan No. 4.-80 Deben tures of £100, at 41/1 per ceert. per annum . . £8000 0 0 Less Debentures Redeemed to 1/10/'14 . .... 300 0 0 £7,700 0 0 By Sinking Fund Invest m~ent ..... ..... £26 2 6 Balance . ... .... 7673 17 6 £7,700 0 0 A. V. HEATH, T. M'KINLEY WILSON, A.I.A.V., Town Clerk and Treasurer. Government Auditor.

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CRICKET. Port Melbourne Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914

CRICKET. Port Melbourne Cricket Club. The First and Second Elevens will be represented by, the following play ers in their matches to-day.: First Eleven.: Taylor,..?~Coll (3), St. Johi, .Rademacher, Hair, Schae fcr, Wihlott, Freeman, aild Bastin. Secdond Eleven: Jones, Mgqs, Pratt, Hoban, Clarke, Hodgetts, Coleman, Lnsch, O'Brien, Craig,. Collins,. Ar thur '(12th man). First Eleven book to Glenferrie station....

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South Ports v. Albert Park. (V.J.C.A.—3rd Grade). [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914

South Ports v. Albert Park. (V.J.C.A.-3rd Grade). These two teams brought their match to a close last Saturday, at Albert;Park, victory resting with the Albert Park, by one innings and 20 runs. The Alberts, with four wic kets down for 80, resumed their in nings, and carried their total to 157 "runs before the last wicket fell, the principal scorers being Jenkins (who went through the innings) not out, 42, Ploog 19, Lane 18, Ford 11, Roper 12, Bailey 11. M. Ryan, four for 67; Darcy, two for 19; Neely, two for 20; O'Connor, one for 8. The South Ports, going in for their innings, put together 79 runs for eight wickets, when the innings clos ed; two men being absent. Darcy 21, .Drysdale 20, and Neely 13, were top scorers. Reed, two for 11; Holten, two for 24; Jenkins', one for 8; Bail ey, one for 13, and Gilbie, one for 17, doing the bowling. The score's are:- Albert Park, first innings, 157 runs; South Ports, first innings, 58 runs; second innings, 79 runs. Total, 137 runs. South Ports...

Publication Title: Port Melbourne Standard
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Royal Charter v. Victorian. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914

Royal Charter v. Victorian. This match was concluded last Saturday, and resulted as follows: Victorian, first innings, 16; Matson, four for 5; Hoey, two for 2. Royal Charter, first innings, 244; Ludwick 63, H'oey 47, J. Tyrrell 37, Matson 13, Curwood 10, Albright 10, Rowan 1i1. Victorian, 'second innings, 16; Mat son, four for 1. Royal Charter won by an innings and 212 runs. Royal Charter have the bye this round. Players are requested to practice on Tuesday.

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Graham Street Wesleys' Cricket Club [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914

Graham Street Wesleys' Cricket Club Last week,. Graham-street finished up, 202 runs behihd St. George's road ofi the first innings-trtuly a. noble performance.; St. George's Road oc cupied the wickets aill the afternoon, for 279; B. Hart making 141, with considerable assistance from the field in the shape of inissed catches. Alan Riach was the most sucessful bowl er, with five for 63; N. Carnie getting three for 42; and R. Douglas; one for 4. The other bowling figures are in teresting, given in order of merit; they are--W. Reudall, 'none for 60; J. Turner, none for 40; R. M'Donald, one for 50. To-day's match is against High street, Northcote, and takes place at Port Melbourne.- Messrs. W. Stubbs, F. Radforld;'and A. Kinig have been deputed to prepare the ground for to-day's play.

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TENNIS. The Presbyterians. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914

TENNIS. ,The Presbyterians. The above played a team from Oalleigh. last ;Saturday, Q:on their. cou?;i at Bridre-street: Thiswn s the: irsit meetiungwit'Oaikleih1 since- the 2 formation of the Presbyterian Ten nis Association of Victoria, but for; the future, arrangements have been 'made for fortnightly matches with The various metropolitan church. clubs, and, as a result, the local court will receive a visit at least once a month. This will keep members busy at practice, and although only a young club, it has confidence of soon being able to give a fair account of itself in the different contests. The club is holding its first annual, social and novelty night on Saturday evening next, the 5th December, in th school hall. A first-class progriamme has been provided, and a large and enthusiastic gathering is expected. The following is the result of last Saturday's play: Mixed Doubles. .Miss A. Smith and Paton (P.M.) beat Miss Durrick and Mason (0.) . . . . 9-7 Miss M.. Wood and Anderso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914

GET QUOTATIONS FOR EVERY /DESCRIPTION OF TIMBER and BUILDING MATERIAL FaROM . , J. E. EARL, Bay-street, Port Melb. :BEFORE GOING ELSEWHERE. CASH GROCERS, SWiie and fi Spirit .Merchaits, Are renowned for High-Class Goods at Lowest Possible Prices. OBSERVE THE ADDRESSES AND MAKE A POINT OF CALLING. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. =219 BAY STREET (Telephone 1880). 401 BAY STREET. ::BRIDGE & ROSS STREETS (Tel. 7490). PORT MELBOURNE. BOUNDARY & BUCKHURST STS. SOUTH MELBOURNE. (Choice and Fresh Butter and Dairy Produce a Specialty. Something about the Clare Castle Hotel, Corner of GRAHAM and- ROSS STREETS, Port Melbourne, Mrs. Fred. DALQARNO, Licensee, ABBOTSFORD AND CARLTON ALES. . EST RR ANDS 'W WxINES??FSPL'RITS .wo CIGARS ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT. glAllcolck's Standard Billiard Table. -OLD AND NEW FRIENDS WELCOMED.- L. J. H LLAN . 10208 Cent. ITCENSED SANITARY PLUMBER ? & GASFITTER, and Electric Bell Hanger. AL TERATIONS, ADDITIONS AND REPAIRS to Sanitary Work a Speciaty....

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COURT SANDRIDGE, A.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914

COURT- SANDRIDGE, A.O.F. The annual meeting of Court Sand iidge was held at the Dispensary on 19th inst., the C.R., Bio. J. Wilson, presiding. The yearly balance-sheet was adopted, which showed that the ireceipts in the sick and funeral fund wcere over £90 more than the ex penditmrfei. Sick- payaTiintinting to £244/0/10 had been paid away to gether- with £120 funeral claims. Of the management fund, £253/19/9 was expended for medical attendance and dispensing. The auditors spoke in commendatory terms in regard to the manner the books. had been kept and the various documents produced for their inspection. Mr. H. J. Tre loar was initiated-into the Order, and accorded -a hearty reception. The following brethren were elected and installed in the various offices for the ensuing term :--C.R. Bro. E. G. Adair, I.P.C.R. Bro. J. Wilson, S.C.R. Bro. G. Rusden,. S.W. Bro W. Rose warne, J.W.. Bro. R. Smith, S.B: Bro. J. T. Behiie, J.B. BrQ. R. Hold ing, Treasurer Bro. F. Billing, Sec retary Bro....

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