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AUSTRALIAN LODGE, G.U.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 December 1914
AUSTRALIAN LODGE, G.U.O.O.F. The annual balance-sheet, in con nection with the Australian Lodge, was presented at the meeting on Tuesday last, and showed a very successful year. The gain for the year amounted to the fiie s?ipjl6s?si £243/0/10, making the. grand total of the lodge funds, £4,538/12/11. Near ly-the whole of this large amount is earning interest at 5 per cent. Bro. J. B. Von Benke, of Albert Park. was appointed president and Bro. W. J. Newlands. vice-president. On Tuesday next, the 22nd inst., a smoke and sports night will be held, when a special presentation of a gold medallion will be made to Bro. IH. HI. Cawthorne in acknowledgment of the admirable manner in which lie has served the members during the past two years.
INEBRIATES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 December 1914
INEBRIATES. Daniel Griffith, found drunk in Stokes-street, at 11.35 on the night of the 11th, pleaded guilty. Admit ting four previous convictions, he was fined 10,'/- or two days. Griffith said. "I'll take the two days." John O'Dea, who always smiles in courtesy to his call, appeared on Monday, to answer the old familiar charge of drunk and- disorderly. John had been there 16 times before, so experienced no new sensation. Con stable Walsh said he found him drunk in the railway reserve on Sat urday afternoon. Mr. Testro said O'Dea had had warning after warn ing, but failed to mend his ways. :He was fined 20/- or seven days. Gus. Linendale was next presented on the same charge. From what Con stable McClure related in evidence. Linendale was not asked in, but was asked out of the Poit Melbourne pic ture theatre oil Saturday last. Lin endale had taken a few drinks, and in the circumstances it would appear as though he thought "the freedom of the city" had been bestowed on him, becanuse...
BOWLING NOTES. C3 Pennant. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 December 1914
BOWLING- NOTES. C3 Peniant. Ports visited Sunshine on Satur-. day, the 12th inst., being the first match- in-the second round of the competition and were- again success ful. : Taylor's rink carried off the hou ors of the day, being 31 up, followed by CrowPl= rink, .15 up, anid 'art's rink, S up. Scores: P.M. Sun. -Coulter, May, Barnes, Tay or .. ... .. 43 - .J Whitei S.MKay, Rooney, H. V. M'RKay ..... .. - 12: Drysdale, Cainusso, Cro ker, Crowl .. -.. .... 29 - Armnoni, .Baxter, F'Nielly, Goodall .. .. . .. - 14 Russell, Loft, Watson, Hart 38 - Andrews, .White, Richards, Caffrey .. .. . .. - 30 Totals...... ..... .110 56
MISS HURLEY'S PUPILS. Give Annual Display. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 December 1914
MISS HURLEY'S PUPILS. Give Annual Display. A most successful juvenile concert by pupils of Miss lley Hurley. was given in the Albert Hall, -South Mel bourne, on . Tuesday evening. The jnveniles performed in song and dance e ith 'admirable taste, reflect ing the greatest- credit on their in stinetor. During the .-evening thea children preselited Miss Hurley. with a handsome -diamond, ring, ,and pre sentations were also made .to Miss :Julih-Flrley (jiianist), and Miss. Pat The;- uveniles who took ipart were the Misses..'Aniie Willeocks,. Rosie Staih.pon; Vio. Ellem, Eily Crowe, Dorie .Pierce, Alinie Fliiin, .Doris \Vright, ,Ve'an Quinn, Doris Waltoun Ilizel Moore, Ida Peel (the baby ondeir), Baby Guilding, Oliver Be ihan, Florrie Moore, and Keilor anld f'irshill.a Masters Gordon and Lea aard and Doiis Hill and Lizzie Sey mour skllfu!ly danced" an Irish. jig. The attainments -.of the pupils was highly, commented. on, -"th'e :variouJ turns beirg greeted with well-merited applause..
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 December 1914
HEADACHE AND LASSITUDE. "For some weeks I suffered from a stomach trouble which caused head ache and lassitude." says Mr. Fred erick E. White. 162 Clark-street, Northeote. Vie. "I had seen Cham 'berlain's Tablets advertised for such complaints and 'decided to try what they would do for me. They are the best medicine I rnow of for stomach troubles and they did me-a great deal of good." Sold by E. Parsons, gro cer, Bay-street. NO COUGHING AT NIGHT. Take Dr. Sheldon's New. Discov ery before bedtim'e and. the result will be a deep, refreshing sleep to fit. you for another' day's work. Price, 1/6 and 3/-. Obtainable everywhere. BLINDS! BLINDS! BLINDS! Summer's Glare will soon be here. The BLIND TRADE well held by W/YAT T' S, the Furniture Warehouse, 191-193 GRAHAM STREET,-AND 13- 15 CROCKFORD STREET, SELF-SPEAKING PRICES I WHITE BAMBOO BLINDS, with pulleys and cords, 3 x 6,1/3; 4 x8, 2. 9; 6 x.8, 3/6; 8 x 8, 5/3; 8 x 10, 6/3; 12 x'8, 7/3. We are doing a Blind to' take the place of Bamboo...
Baptist C. C. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 December 1914
Baptist C. C. The above club engaged Williams town on Saturday' last, .o the Wil liamitowu ground. The Ports, win ning the toss, went in to bat on a fair wicket. : Thee Tfirst few. wickets fell rather cheaply, -but the tail end, sup ported by J. Carse, assisted in bring ing- the score to: 84.: Williamstown responded with the small score of 26, the principalj factor in the collapse being the bowling of the HolmesBros, with honors equal; taking.five for 13. The-locals, in their second attempt, fared worse: than their opponents. The secretary,. opening up, was -dis posed of foi a "duck," and the. whole side only recorded 22. runs. Scores:-Port MelAourne,; 84 and 22;. Williamstown, first innings, 26.: The batsmen.-reaching' double fig-, ures were: J. Carse 20 .(not out), S. Holmes 18, L.. Lowe 12; W. Holmes 12.
YACHTING. Local Club Race. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 December 1914
YACHTING. Local Club= Race. - The Port .Melbourne Yacht Club conducted a club race last Saturday over a distniuce three times over the club course. The Namoi. vas the only. absentee from the entries. The C.J:M. got a slight advantage of: a good start, the Frolic losing a minute. A few hundred yards from the starting jetty a dead calm. set,- and the yachts became locked together: With a rise of wind the C:J.M. todok the lead fromi Beta,. and Myra B. raced into: third position.: Rounding the blinker buoy: off .Williamstown,: the order was C.J.M., -Beta, - Myra.. B., Rambler, Windsome, and Frolic, and this order Swas observed at.the south-east :bioy on the return of the first round, the Myra B: improving its position as the race progressed. The C.J.-M. and Myra B. -ere the only two yachts tp complete. the course, the others re .tiring. The CJ:.M. was returned the vwiiner, finishing after 6.30, and about: three quarters- of :an hour: ahead ofMi a B.
South Ports v. Victoria Brewery. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 December 1914
South Ports v. Victoria Brewery. This match was commenced last Saturday on the latter's ground, at Albert Park. South Ports, winning the toss, decided on batting first, sending in M. Ryan and Drysdale, but the latter was bowled third ball for 0. 1-0-0, Palmer followed, and was bowled for 0: 1-0-3. O'Connor, after making 1, .was rimn out. 3-1-6. Biggsley was then bowled for 4. 4--4-14. Stevenson then became associated with Ryan, and carried the score to 61 before. the latter was caught for 18. 5-18 -061. Stevenson was, ~mmediately afterwards bowled for. a well-played 30. No otheir player reached. double figures,: mid the: innings closed, for 75 runs; Coles, four fopr 6;. Crook6: two for 21, Hemill, two for 22; and Bow?ing, one for 17, getting the wic kets. Victoria Brewery then took their turn at the wickets, and put Ito gether 126 runs for the loss of three wickets; Cole 52, Crooks 37- (not out), Rees 12, and Jackson 10, Were the run-getters.. This match will be-concluded to day, an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 December 1914
PORT. MELBOURNE PI6TURE THEATR.E, 'CORNER OF` BAY & LIARDET STS. EVERY VNIfNC.G SUNDAY EVENING, SPECIAL PROGRAMME at 8 o'clock. MATINEE 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. Lucille Love. MACIC SPRAY. Fight on the Frontier -PARTS 1 and 2. COMEDY. War Gazette Billy's Vacation. STERLING COMEDY. THE WOMAN IN BLACK. Love Roses Flowers. Arlladin Pantomnime. AND NUMEROUS OTHERS. Complete Change of Programme, Saturday & Wednesday Fresh Programme each Sunday Night. PRICES: DRESS CIRCLE - - ls. STALLS - - SIXPENCE. Children Half Price Week Nights and Matinees. Saturday Nights Excepted 9'f t ", r , 11I ý Y'` . ®aV4,NCE AºUSS C i --1 .~ - Buy your dress materials where you like, BUT Bring them to us to be Made Up. OUR CHARGES ARE. Unlined Costumes from ... 7/6 Lined Costumes from ... ... 12/6 Coats and Skirts from ... Ii/ Unlined Blouses from......
ELECTRIC SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 December 1914
ELECTRIC - SPARKS. Harbor Trust employees have es tablished a fund to assist the work less during next year. The STANDARD will be delivered as usual next Saturday morning, but the following week the paper will not be published. Our town council is inviting ten ders for a cable and transformer to transmit electric energy to Messrs. Cuming, Smith and Co. The Rev. R. S. Joyce will act as chaplain to the Naval Brigade at Swan Island during Christmas. He leaves us next Thursday. "You are as good as five men," said the Mayor to Cr. Howe as he entered the council chamber on Tues day evening. They were waiting for a quorum. The annual statement of accounts for the Town of Port Melbourne was presented at a special meeting of the Council on Tuesday evening, and adopted. Highwaymen, armed with revolvers, secured cash to the value of £14 from Mr. Frank Daws, when about to en ter his premises in Albert-road. The "job" appears to have been planned Secretaries and correspondents will greatly oblig...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 December 1914
Soroavement Notices. MRS. W. AMES and fMRS. AMES. SENIOR, -and RELATIVES, desire to return their sincere THANKS to their many friends for kind- expressions of sympathy, tele grams, and floral tributes received during their recent sad bereavement. I' 7h rakitHda"rd." "'To fight with its might In the cause of Right, Is the duty of the Press" ADVANCE PORT MELBOURNE. SATURDAY, DECRMBER 196h, 1914
PORT PICTURE THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 December 1914
PORT PICTURE THEATRE. 'The programme for" to-night, Monday and Tuesday at the Port Theatre includes two instalments of Lucille Love, and parts 1 and 2 of Fight on the Frontier, as star pictures. Lucille Love will be on through out the week, and on Wednesday a star, Alladin Pantomime, is promised. War Gazette, dramas, and- humorous scenes, some of which will arrive by mail steamer on Monday, will build up first-class. pro gramtues during the week During Christmas the Port Theatre will cater for stay-at-home residents.
ITEMS OF NEWS. Waterman Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 December 1914
ITEMS. OF ,NEWS. Waterman Benefit. Committee meetings have been re gularly held by those constituting the \Vatgrman Benefit Committee, and re ports submitted go to show that the widow and five young children of the late Mr. Albert Waterman will re ceive substantial help before their efforts relinquish. Besides the col lectors' lists, the public will be given an opportunity to show their sym pathy by purchasing a ticket for a public function to be arranged, and during February a moonlight excur sion on the Ozone will also take place. Fuller details will appear later. Mayoress Indisposed. It will be learned with regret that the Acting Mayoress,- Mrs. O. W. Napthine, has had a recurrence of a former bodily ailment. She has been indisposed for some days, and on Saturday last her medical attendant, Dr. Thwaites, ordered her complete rest. The doctor states that it will be at least a month before Mrs. Nap thine is about again. Employees' Good-will. A very pleasing function took place at t...
A SCRATCH MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 December 1914
A SCRATCH MATCH. A cricket match, to take place on the North Ports' wicket on Christmas morning, between teams from the Prince Alfred and the Rose and Crown Hotels, hhs been arranged. Prince Alfred's team will be picked from-J. C. Riddell, A. J. C. Sharpe, A. Houston, P. Charles, R. Twohi%, F. Tipping, R. Thackrah, Geoe. Stevens, R. J. Irvin, .W. H. Cooke (Senior), T. Raleigh, . T. S. Gallagher, P. J. Mlinahan, M. Stivey, R. H. Gill J. Gulf'ins, E. McCarthy, J. Poole, J. Croke, A. M'Cutcheon, M U M'Donough. Gee. G Al lisoun. Rose 'aid Crown will select from--D: Keleher (capt.), J. Dow ling, Jaclk Reilly, Jim.. M'Nichol, Frank.- ewell, Paddy O'Connor. Dinny Cosguff, Harry Paton, Vic. Uniacke, Jack Prew, Bill Solden, Dave Minihan. Bill Gaffney, Dicky IHouston, Bill Fredricks, Fred. Unger, P. Cross, Tom. Begg, Fred. Newell.
GOOD TEMPLARS [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 December 1914
GOOD TEMPLARS To mark the change of meeting night -from Tuesday to Monday even ing, the Mutual Help Lodge held a social on Mondiy week in the lodge room, 271 Graham-st.-The Chief Tem plar, Bro. C. Martin (Jnn.), presid ed, and a good attendance of-mem bers and visitors were present. A donation of 10/- towards the build ing fund was received from Bro. Coleman, of Sydney. On Saturday a company of 24 spent the afternoon at Ashburton; The outing proved very enjoyable, games and a "picnic tea" greatly assisting in that' end. The lodge photographer secured some nice photos. on the occasion. On Tuesday evening last lodge members, in- regalia,; conducted a public tem perance meeting in the .Temperance Hall, Russell-street, the Chief Tem plar presiding. Stirring addresses -were given by Bros.; Martin and Crowle on National. Prohibition as a true temperance policy, -and a splen did programme of songs. and: recita tions by. Sisters Crow, Noake, and Fielder, and Biros. Wilson,- Collins, and -Sm...
CHRISTMAS HAMPER. To Victorian Troops in New Guinea. Letter of Thanks. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 December 1914
CHRISTMAS HAMPER; To Victorian Troops in New Guinea. Letter of Thanks._ SSnallo6wtand'Ariell: iecently. snbscrah ed £10: towards sending .a :Christnmas hapiier to Victorian troops stationed ii New Guinea.. Miss Holmes? tswho0 engineered the filling :and forwarding, of the hamper-made up solely of manufactures by- the firm, which are good, has now received the following letter: "Aberfoyle," Healesville, - December '12, 1914. :Dear Miss Holmes,-My wife (Mrs Beresford) has told me of, the kind Way in which- you and a- few of-your friends have endea oiured t --shoi your interest in the work the Vin torians are doing in.New.Guinea and its dependencies, and on behalf- of those who are engaged uip there I de sire to thank you and your friends. for the very practical way in'uwhich you have remeinbered us;,I -can as sure .you the boyst will give you three hearty good cheers when. your very welcome.eiamper arrives, as in addi tion -to providing .them with good :Christmas .cheer, it will show ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 December 1914
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PATRIOTIC CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 December 1914
PATRIOTIC CONCERT.,: The patriotic cohcert at the Vic :toia';Picture ;Theitre: last :Sunday afteriloon was'fairly ?well attended. Coiisidering the high class pro "rami e; the ayject,- and small chiargi a laier.i gatheri ~g Th- e manage men:t o:f the: theatre oirgnised the: .concert with the oblect of assisting the local patriotic fund, and a fair amounit should: be handed over-as a result . - . The programme was of a superior character, being contributed to by Mr. Smith: in a selected- song, Mrs. Powell, who sang "Thora"'; a patri otic sketch entitled. "Green Eye of the Yellow God," by: Mr. Alex. Black;. "Soldiers of the King," by Mr. W. Fullarton: and a selection by Miss "Maisie Bell. Mr; E. Redwood ren dered "Till the Sands .of -the Desert Grow Cold," ?and the. Gwalia Glee Party gave a selection. In the second. par't, MIaster W. Honey played a cor.: i:et solo, wl?ich was followed by a re cital, "The Castaway," by Mr. F. C: Wood MrI. Metcalf; Miss A.- Mae Intyre; . Mr. Curtin, and....
EXCESSIVE SPEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 December 1914
EXGESSIVE SPEED$.S:: S_.v ,°int.n , ." wra "- .. -;o-. appear at the ilocal coirt last week in. ans wer to cliarges of driving through .the main thoroughfare at excessive speeds. Constables Bourke and Fitzgerald, who have had charge of this particulcr work, timed the motorists over a measured section of 300 yards. Harold Montgomery, whq was stated to lave trav~elled 'at 26 miles an hour on the 17th November, wvas tined 40/-. Montgomery did not ap pear. Alf. .Yright,; in respect to the same ldate, was alleged to have travelled. at 27 iniles an hour, passing one:tram and five vehicles on the section.: He was also fined 40/-.