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NEW SEAMAN'S CHAPEL. Bazaar to Aid Proposal. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914
NEW SEAMAN'S CHAPEL. Bazaar to Aid Proposal. Lady Creswell will open a bazaar ii the Seaman's Institute, Beach 'street, next Wednesday- afternoon, at o'clc t,' obietb 1 ir to;erec .a Snew chapel oii the site of the present dilapidated structure, which is past useful service.and is unsightly. The. -new chapel is estimated to cost:£1000 and already the committee has in hand the sum of £800 towards this. 'he Orient and. P. and O. Co.'s., Mr. R. J. Allcock, and the Ladie.' Har hor Light Guild each donated £50 to. wards the amount in hand, whilst seafaring men who appreciate the benefits the institution affords have also contributed substantially, only recently the Chaplain, the Rev Gayer, being handed £8 by the stewards of the s.s..0tway, whilst the firemen on the Orvieto donated £5. This is con ýlusive proof of the value of such a plhice of worship where seafaring men of all nationalities can attend when in port,, and the management of the Institute are looking forward to local support...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914
IF YOU WANT SATISFACTION, . VISIT THE EASY CYCLE & MOTOR WORKS AT 57 CROCKFORD STREET. HIGH-CLASS RELIABLE CYCLES AND MOTOR CYCLES, Built to YOUR OWN ORDEB AND SPECIFICATION. Cash or. Exceptionally Easy -Terms. Very small deposit and small -weekly instalments. - MOTOR CYCLES-PRECISION, T,D.C., JAP, ACME, ARNO or SAROLEA-from one-third deposit, and 10!- weekly. SECONDHAND MACHINES OF EVERY DESCRIP TION-THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED AND RENOVATED-on hand, from £1 deposit and 3/- weekly. Estimates given for all Classes of REPAIRS. WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. ALL SUN DRIES AND ACCESSORIES STOCKED. Your Old Machine Taken in as Part Payment for New Ones. Come and see your Machine built. EASY CYCLING & SOCIAL CLUB also connected with above firm. Subscription, 3/9 half-yearly.: Fitted up with Full-sised Alcook Billiard Table, and Reading, Amusement and Training Rooms. FOR HIRE-GOOD RELIABLE TOURING OAR. That's the oft-exprersed verdict of users of . ' - ' ADAMS' CHOICE PASTRY AND CAKES....
AROUND THE CHURCHES. Methodist. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914
AROUND THE CHURCHES. Methodist. To-morrow at the Graham-street Methodist Church, Mr. Rooney (late ly appointed at Boundary-street), will take the eleven o'clock service, and the Missioner will have iharge of the evening service at 7 o'clock, to which young men are specially in vited. The Rev. Joyce will take as his subject. "Woman has Place and Power." ROSS ST. BAPTIST. The Rev. P. J. Masters (Pastor) will conduct the services and preach in the Baptist Church, Roes Street, to-morrow. This is Foreign Mission day amongst the Baptists in Australia. The Rev. G. P. Bees will conduct the service at 7 pm on 6th December.
"Argus" Tribute. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914
"Argus" Tribute. The following, bearing on the ex cellence of the jackets, appeared in the "Argus" of Monday last:-. "One of the most noteworthy con tributions to the Lady' Mayoress's Patriotic Fund has come from a band of girls whose daily occupation has nothing to do wvith the craft of needles and scissors. . They are em ployed at Swallow .and Ariell's, at Port Melbourne, and it is not so much of their generosity in the way of time and labour that this mention is .being, made, but of the excellence of the Work itself. When the Lady Mayoress first made her appeal for the benefit of Australian soldiers go ing to active service,. the girls, aided by gifts of material"'from the mem hers of the firm, made 453 cardigan jackets. They are now busy at work with a second contribution of 600 jackets, which will be ready by Christmas. This, of course, is an ex ceedingly generous donation, but the great feature of every garment made by Swallow and Ariell's working bee is that the work of cutti...
FIVE SHILLING SMILE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914
FIVE SHILLING SMILE, At the local court on the 20th in stant; Joseph Bidmead, of Beach street, pleaded guilty to a- charge of being drunk and disorderly the day previous. Constable AM'Culloch stated that he.arrested Bidmead in Beach street at, 10.15 the night previous. He gave no trouble. Mr. T. Testro, J.P., who presided," gives very lenient decisions for this class of offence and providing the offender is an "ordinary drunk," and hasspent a night in the cell, he fre quently orders a discharge. With Bidmead, however, he ascertained that he had been bailed out, and for a moment considered. "If I dis charge you, will you promise not to come here again?" questioned the magistrate. Without making a reply. Bidmead smiled. Whether it was a smile of gratitude for the magistrate's kindly consideration or otherwise was known best to limself, but certain it was that Sergeant Sims and DMr. Testro concluded that he was treating the suggestion with contempt. The Ser geant rebuked him with "This...
Second Eleven. Caulfield. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914
Second Eleven. Caulfeld. First Innings .. ....... 51 Second Innings. Sinclair, b Lusch . ....... . 9 Axton, c M'Carthy, b Lusch . . 1 Lehmann. c Coleman, b Lusch . 9 Hendy, a Lusoh, b M'Carbhy . 13 Ward, b Lusch . ..... .. . 7 Tainsch, b Hodgetts ...... .. 10 'North, o Clarke, b Hodgetts . .: 5 Oakley, not out .. ........... 27 M'Gill, b Hddgetts .. . .. .. . 27 Planner, b Lusch .. .. .. 21 Oledhill; b Lusch :.. ....... 0 Sundries. .. .......... 21 Total .. ..-.. ..'150 Bowling.-Lusch, six wickets for 44 runs; Hodgetts, .three for 49. Ports-Ist Innings . . . 81 Second Innings. Moss, b Sinclair . .. .. .. 17 Clarke, b Plainer .. . .. .. 20 Pratt, c and b Lehman .. ... 23 Collins, c Tamscr, b Sinclair . 4 Hodgetts, b Lehman .. . ... . Coleman, not out .. . .. 26 Jones, b Lehman .. . .. 2 Hoban, not out .... . . .. .. 14 Sundries .. .. ..... . . 18 Total .. .. . .. .. . 124 Won by three wickets: Lusch bowled like a champion, hav ing secured 11 wickets for 68 runs a great performance. C...
CRICKET. P.M.C.C. v. Caulfield. Our Senior Club. In Leading Position. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914
CRICKET, P.M.C.C. v. Caulfield. Our Senior Club. In Leading Position. Port Melbourne were the only team to get anl outright win in the fourth draw of matches finished on Satur day, and thereby depose Brunswick from the leading position, the points scored now being as follow:--Port Melbourne 12, Brunswick 10. Malvern 10," Hawthorn 7, Camberwell 6, El sternwick 6, Brighton 4, Caulfield 4, Geelong 4, Williamstown 4, Coburg 1, and Footscray 1. Although the first innings scores of both sides were equal -at Caulfield, Port Melbourne ultimately won out right, ivith seven wickets to spare, half an hour. before the appointed time for drawing stumps. Caulfield only made 94 in their second attempt, of which Ride got 41 (five 4's). Ports lost three for 105, Rademacher going in first and carrying his bat for 51 (four 4's), and Jack M'Coll having five boundary strokes in his 28..Ray son took two of the three wickets for 58 runs. Scores: Port Melbourne. First Innings . ... 60 Second Innings. A. Ra...
Man in Fit. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914
Man in Fit. Last Saturday, a. constable doing duty ia Beach-street, was directed to th,.. or- ,v,,rlrmn had fallen in'a fit. The' man;' William Lock hardt, who resides at the Gordon Hotel, Little Bourke-street, %£el bqurne, was tiaken to the hospital and attended by Dr. Hailes, who after-. wards announced him as all right,and stated that he could -go home. Whilst the constable turned away to get the b1ook for Lockhardt's signa ture and return his property he made off, leaving it in the constable's cus tody.
ITEMS OF NEWS. Maintenance Application. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914
ITEMS OF NEWS. Maintenance Application. Archibald Hector S. M'Ivor, who resided at Evans-street, appeared be fore Mr. Testro, J.P., at the local court on the 20th inst., in answer to a charge of leaving a male child with Qut means of support since the 1st of January, 1913. Constable Bourke said he arrested M'Ivor' at 6.30 that morning on a provisional warrant, and applied for a remand to the city court for the 27th November, pend ing the arrival of an escort from Syd ney. The remand was.gra!ted, bail being granted.
LABOR PARTY AND PRESS [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914
LABOR PARTY AND PRESS Consideration to the motion tab led by Mr. M. Couniff, secretary to the local Labor League, that' the Press should be admitted to the meetings of the branch, formed the chief item of discussion at the meet ing on Monday last in the Town Hall supper room. The exclusion of the Press was agreed to at a meeting five weeks ago, the subject being brought under notice of the branch by the Central Executive. Appa rently it was in a spirit of loyalty to the Executive that the motion of exclusion was carried, but a large proportion of- members fail to see the reason or wisdom of their action. Consequently it was resolved to in vite the secretary and president of the central executive down to their next meeting so that some explana tions may be given the branch for the course it has adopted at the Execu tive's instigation.
A Venerable Colonist. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914
A Venerable Colonist.' An interesting ceremony took place at Benalla last week, when a social evening was tendered to Mrs. Sal mon in celebration of her 90th birth day. Mrs. Salmon was for many years a resident of Port Melbourne, where at one time all her family re sided. One of her sons was the late Mr. P. M. Salmon, who repre sented Port Melbourne in the Legis lative Assembly, prior to-the eleletion of the present member, Mr. G. Sang ster. Mrs. Salmon reared a large family of sons and daughters in Port Melbourne, and in the very early days her husband carried on a shipping. smith's business at the beach end of Nott-street. Many of her grand children are in various parts of the world. One grandson was a member of the First Expeditionary Force, which left for the front a few weeks ago. Despite her many years, Mrs. Salmon was able to be, present at the. social.' On her arrival at the hall she was presented with a bouquet of flow ers, and escorted to a seait of honor. During the eveni...
OUR SECOND CONTINGENT. CITIZENS ENTERTAIN TO-NIGHT. CONVERSAZOINE, DANCE, AND GIFTS. PUBLIC ADMITTED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914
OUR SECOND CONTINGENT. CITIZENS ENTERTAIN TO-NIGHT. CONVERSAZOINE, DANCE, AND GIFTS. PUBLIC ADMITTED. Volunteers .with the:-.second con tingent who had' resided in Port Mel bourne, have been invited to meet the Mayor's Patriotic Committee .and citizens in the local town hall at 8 o'clock to-night. The ladies of the patriotic com mittee have made preparations to receive the guests at a conversazi one between S and 10 o'clock, when their pleasure will be considered and everything possible done to make the occasion a happy one for the men. Following this the Mayor (Cr. T. Smith) will miake presentations of pocket books, inscribed with the good will of nour ,citizens, to. each man, as from the Town Council and ratepayers. Then, to conclude what we believe will be a happy epi sode, a dance will follow until mid night. The public will be admitted on payment of 1/. One hundred and twenty volun teers had sent in their names from the camp at an early period of the week. and invitations had b...
COOKS' SKYLARK. Shot Through Abdomen by "Dummy." Condition Critical. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914
COOKS' SKYLARK. Shot Through Abdomen by "Dummy." Condition Critical. At 20 minutes past two o'clock last Saturday two cooks on board a vessel berthed at the railway pier were sky. larking with Mauser rifles, a numbder of which were on board, having been taken from the Germnans during the seizure of Cocos Islands, the vessel in question having acted as a troop ship on the expedition from Sydney. The' men, Compton and Dean, were good chums, but indulged in horse play, and the rifles were loaded with cartridges contaniing wooden bullets. known as dummies. Whilst handling the weapon, Dean. in fun, said to his companion, "I wish you were a Ger bran," at the same time prodding;his body lightly with the barrel of the Mauser. The gun went off, arid Comp ton, who wrangled in pain, said "You have done it now, Sam." Dean, who evidently thought there was no dan ger from the dummy cartridge, said "Done what?" "Shot ame, you silly," he was heard to exclaim to his com panion. The bullet travelled ...
DIPHTHERIA CARRIERS. Expense of Swabbing. Report of Dr. Rosenfield. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914
DIPHTHERIA CARRIERS. Expense' of Swabbing. Report of Dr. Rosenfleld. The outcome of a conference com posed of representatives from muni cipal councils, assisted by medical men, to consider the best means of combating the spread of diphtheria, was the drawing up of a report, mak ing certain recommendations. When submitted to a recent meeting of the Port Melbourne Council, it was deem ed expedient, in view of the apparent heavy cost which the tecommenda tions involved, to seek the opinion of Dr. Rosenfield, medical health officer to the town. At the Council meeting on Tuesday evening, Dr. Rosenfield submitted the following report on the proposal: "On perusing report of committee on diphtheria carriers. I find that their recommendations are theoretic ally sound and whether absolutely successful or not, would in.time en able sufficient information to be col lected that would be useful to combat* thei spreasd "f diphtheria. II do not think that such measures have been adopted anywhere on...
CLOTHING THE SOLDIER. Winter Comforts Considered. Messrs. Swallow and Ariell's Employees Take a Hand. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 28 November 1914
CLOTHING THE SOLDIER. -4-- !Winter Comforts Considered. lMlessrs. Swallow and Ariell's Employees Take a Hand. A sight,- which must be gratifying to everyone having the welfare of our country at heart, is depicted below in the: huge stack of Cardigan jackets completed last week. In the photo graph 600 garments are represented, it being the second donation contri buted 'by the. female- employees and the firm of • Messrs. Swallow and' Ariell.; .Every jacket is made in natural wool, doublh, with a long light-weight waterproof at the back, and the fin ish, of every jacket -is iegular and trvistworthy; there-is nothing shoddy about them. The firm donated all the material-flannel, buttons, thread, and waterproof required in. their con struction, and .220 girls and women in the factory volunteered to assist their management in bringing to per fection an ideal which all must ap preciate--the placing of a -well-made double flannel garment on our volmn temi+rs. at the front,. where the snow an...