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Baptist Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 9 January 1915

Baptist Cricket Club: The: iboe -.Clitl will try its ability to day iith Collins=strheet, on. the lat= ter's ground, Yarra Bank road. Play ers please catch the 2.15-itrahi from Graham, as an earlys-tai.t meanis an earl atfliush Players. are reminded that priictice niglits cim Tne-Oay and Thuisdayi

Publication Title: Port Melbourne Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROONEY'S TRIUMPH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 9 January 1915

ROONEY'S TRIUMPH. WIhen Mickey was a little chap He "wagged" it oft from school, Bird-nesting, fishing, climbing trees, Or swimming in- some pool,:. SSich were his -chief .diverdiois : . In. the golden sumimer-time "His--ote for 'freedom' stionger grei== she reached manhood's prime. B itA tough he lo ed the country life, Oi r rero longed to view The woonder of the city;, which, He'd heard, were not a. few. So in timihe came to Melbourne, k wiry lad .aid slim; But an easy occupation . Wrohght such. a change in him. He put ori weight surprisingly;. Backed gees gees oh the course; And would argue on that subject Until he'd get quite hoarse. " Well, Mickey and his "cobbers" held A picnic far from towni,. ,And the fun' that he created Each time he- tumbled d?own When running in -the handicaps Convulsed uns,- one and all; For Mickey used to boast about . The heats he'd won at Stawell. But hlie made a secret vow That, ,ere he rani nex-t year, He'd get in "nick" andd "scoop the pool," 'Twou...

Publication Title: Port Melbourne Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 9 January 1915

GET QUOTATIONS FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION OF TIMBER and BUILDING. MATERIAL FRoM . " - J. E. EAR L, Bay-street, Port Melb, BEFORE GOING ELSEWHERE. BURNS BROS., CASH GOROCERS, Wine and Spirit Merchants, :-Are renownd for .High-Class Goods at Lowest 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. Someth!ng about the Clare Castle Hotel, Corner of GRAHAM -and ROSS STREETS, Port Melbourne, Mrs. Fred. DALOARNO, Licensee, ABBOTSFORD AND CARLTON ALES. BEST:BRANDS or WINES, SPIRITS AND CIGARS. ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT. #"AII.ock's Standard Blllard Table. -OLD AND NEW FRIENDS WEiLCOMED. • Phone, L. J. HOLL ND. 10208 C...nt LICENSED SANITARY PLUMBER & GASFITTER, and Electric Bell Hanger. ALTERATIONS, ADDITIONS AND REPAIRS to Sanitary Work a Speciaty. SJo...

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"LYNTON" SCHOOL BREAK-UP. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 9 January 1915

"LYNTON". SCHOOL BREAK-UP. -Oni Thursday, 17th December, at Holy Trinity School Hall, the pupils .f- Miss Rendall's "Lynton" private ,chool gave'their annual breaking-up cii.'oustrationa' to an appreciative =;. diene:.f 'pa rents aind friends. The ,tst part :of ,i}ie programme em blaced excellent items by tie- schol ars, the various. performers receiv ing generous applause. This pagt c6mprised piano duets by Miss I and Master H. Jones and Misses P. Bker anid 'V. Jenkins respectively;, aetioI songs, "The . Bell Bird,' and "Wa Back" by the scholars; dumb bell', drill-by the girls, and a nicely sung patriotic solo, entitled `Au?stra lia's Answer, by Master R. Hill. ,The second half of the programme took the.form of a cantata called 'Snow White," the various charac tes being splendidl3y sustainied: by the scholars . taking part. Miss 'MayQ T~arris, as the Queen, looked and per fdrmed i ery well, while the other principals "in Miss Hilda Haimblet (Pirincess Snow White), Master Ron Hll. (...

Publication Title: Port Melbourne Standard
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Sanitary Accommodation at New Pier. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 9 January 1915

Sanitary Accommodation at New Pier. Recently Or. Sinclair complained at a meeting of the local Council of the lack of proper sanitary accohmnodation for men engaged in constructing the new pier. The Harbor Trust, in re ply. wrote stating that instructions hadnow been issued to the contrac tor to have two la-trines (now situ ated on the shore to the west of the pier), re-moved and placed under the pier.

Publication Title: Port Melbourne Standard
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THE PASSING OF 1914. Good Order Prevails in the Port. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 9 January 1915

THE.PASSING.-OF 1914. Good Order Prevails in the Port. SThe festivities associated with the passinig of the old year, aind the ush eriig in of the new, when even the ,niost staid and sober of persons are inclined to "let themselves go a bit," passed off -with commendahle re str?init and sobriety on the part of the iihabitants of Port Melbourne. Sergeant Sims, in charge of the local police sta?tion; oni New Year's Day, said that he had nothing to report that was not creditable to the town and its residents. , Only one offender fell foul of our guardians of law and. order, and, in this instance, had 'a little common sense preyailed the police list would have shown a clean sheet. The ac cused was an old acqpaintance of the police, by name Cecil Brotherton, and the New Year was but an hour old when he again "paid his respects" to them, being arrested on a charge of. offensive behaviour. From -the evidence of Constable Arthur Heirbert Parmenter, related to Mv. W. Watson, J.P., at the cou...

Publication Title: Port Melbourne Standard
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Royal Charter v. Brunswick. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 9 January 1915

Royal Charter v. Brunswitk. To be played at the rear of Ports' ground to-day. Players are re-. quested to be on the gi'ound at 2.30. The match: lbetween the Royal Cliharter and Richmond and Hawthorn -resulted in a win for the Royals by 103 irns gio the first innhigs. Scores: Royal Charter, first: ihnings, 193. (Iudwick 65. Allbright 40, J. Tyr rell 29, not o6it, M:ratson 12). Rich mond and Hawthorn;,first innings, 94. (Hoey. foir-for 14 Matson, four for 27; J Tyrrell, two for 8).. Richmond and Hnwthorn. second innings, five for 54.: (M\atson; three for 25; Hoey, two for- 14)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 9 January 1915

I YOU WANT SATISFACTION, . VISIT THE EASY CYCLE & IVIOTOR WORKS AT 57 CROCKFORD STREET. HIGH-CLASS RELIABLE CYCLES AND MOTOR CYCLES, Built to YouR OWN ORDER AND SPEOIFICATION. Cash ' or Exceptionally Easy Terms. Very small deposit and small weekly instalments. MOTOR OYCLES-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, Sfrom £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 OYOLING & SOCIAL CLUB also connected with above firm. Subscription, 3/9 half-yearly. Fitted up with Full-sized Alcook Billiard Table, and Reading. Amusement and Training Rooms. FOR HIRE-GOOD RELIABLE TOURING OAR. I -I ~ ( i3• . .ý{t , , Ji- That's the oft-expressed - verdict of users 0of . ADAMS' ...

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Railway United v. Albert Park, A. N. A. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 9 January 1915

Railway United v. Albert Park, A. N. A. The seventh round of the competi tition will commence to-day, -when the -above. teams meet on-the ground of the latter, at AlbeitPark, near the Albert Pirk railway station. The Railways-. are requested to be on the ground it 2.30 sharp. Team: Birch, Cardwell, Tyrrell,- .Edwards;, Reilly, M.'Donald, Wapshott, Neu chew, l Moxham.- foubray, A:.,. Lyons, Newton (12th man). -

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N. P. C. Christmas Gift. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 9 January 1915

Ni. P. C. Christmas Gift. 1-1942. 2-341. 3-1505. 4-389.

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CRICKET. South Ports v. Clarendon. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 9 January 1915

CRICKET. South ..Ports-v. Clarendon. These two teams will commence a match to-day, on the locals' ground, on the lagoon, in the above coripeti lion,. commencing at 2.45 sharp. All intendinig players of the South Ports are requested to be on the ground not later than 2.30 sharp, when the team will be picked.

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CRICKET. Prince Alfred v. Rose and Crown. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 9 January 1915

CRICKET: Prince Alfred v -"Rose and- Crown. The .antual match between teams ieepresentiig the- above hotels .was played on. Christmas morning on thee North. Ports' wicket. :-A. J. CO Sharpe, captaini of Prince Alfred, wolfn the toss fromin J. Prew, captain of Rose anid Crown and decided to bat first.t W H. Cooke and J. Gub bin, opened the inninngs to the bowl ing of:Butchei, Jun:. A dus storm blew, up when the match Was iii progress and caused a postponemelit for 12 ;months.; - Prince Alfretl:d-First Ininings. - W. H.: Coolhie st. Flisher, b Riley, 8; J. Gnbbiis riun: outi.7; -F. Tipping, b Smiti; 3, BT.: Thickiah, retied; 13,. A l Houstoi;- r'n out, 2; A. J. C. Sharpe, b Lewis, 0,; P: J. Minahan, b Fisher, l;' J. Wilson, b Frea.r; 0; M.? PSti e, i.etired, 11;. P. Pullman not :out, 7;,R.J..Irine, not out, 0; sun dries, 3: Total for niine wickets, 54. Bowling.-Ryan, mo .wickets for 3 rins"B'1n cer, Jun., none for 7; Riley one :-for 2:;' Smith, one for 2; M Nichol,:.none for 5 ,P. Fre...

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CR. GILL AND LABOR LEAGUE. To the Editor of the "Standard." [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 9 January 1915

CIR.. GILL AND LABOR LEAGUE. : To the Editor of the 'Standard." Sii,-At the dleeting of. the local Labor -Party on Monday, December 14th. Cr. R. H. Gill, during the course. of some remarks, referied to a de cision recently given by the Central Executiveas being a "'conscientious' one." A iddy member immediately interjected, "But, Mtr. Gill, -ita previ ous meeting you told us, that 'people. .with consciences must get out of the Labor moveimenti.' Cr. Gill deuied ihavihng made this 'statement; and \aiiily attempted to modify the state ment he had been accused of making. :-Now, :Sir, this. action oh Or. Gill's part. is inexplicable: and foir: the benefit of those who.yere not at the meeting, and also to refresh ;,the' minds of those who had .heard his utteramices aind listened to his: denial with appieciable silence, I:_quote you .from. my minute .book the exact .words .used, viz: ---"The Lalbor move-. meat has no time for people with con sciences, and those. who/ have coii sciences mu...

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Graham-street Wesleys' Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 9 January 1915

Graham-street-Wesleys' Cricket Club. .The Wesleys will, to-day, take up the broken thread of their round of engagements,. when. they will play Carlton, at Port Melbourne. Ass these teams are level pn the premier ship list, a good game is anticipated. Local play?ers are requested to ar-. riie early, and egin the new year well. by coming, each armed with his club sbilsipioh. . - Messrs. Douglas, Carnie, and Reii Till 'will have- the pleasant task of "ea.rryiuig otit-the mat,"' ete.

Publication Title: Port Melbourne Standard
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North Ports v. Clifton Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 9 January 1915

North Ports v. Clifton Hill. The above club plays Clifton. Hill A.N.A. on the lagoon to-day. Players are requested to be on the ground not later than 2.30. The *winning numbers in the ship are as follows:-First, 1942 second, 341; third, O1505; fourtlih, 389. Prizes not claimed within 14 days will be forfeited. _ -

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Twelve Months' Respite. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 9 January 1915

STwelve Months Respite. ; n the 19th September, 1911, the. Pulblie Health Department created a sensation amongst municeipal govern ing bodies by declaring that after a given date all garbage .tips must be closed and 'refuse .-destiroyed by ,a properly designed- destructoi,. This was estimated to cost thousands of pounds, and. just where to find the money to carry oou the requirements caused most coiiuncils to .wonder. However, the Boaid has inow sent out a circular letter 'setting forth that in view of the unsettled state of the financial wvorld, that it has decided-to defer its request for twelve months. The May3or, after hearing the letter read to the council at. a recent meet ing took a deep breath and remarked "That' 1?2 months' respite anyhow." "By the same token," he added, "we have not heard anything of the con ferencej arranged with South Mel bourne on this matter.' Councillors did not appear anxious to hear any thing. either, and Cr. Tucker effec tively set the seal on any ...

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Industrious Residents Make a Haul. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 9 January 1915

Industrlousý Residenits:-Make a "Haul;. A- rather amusing episode .took place in connction with fence sur rounding "Edwards' Park" on the old ;lagoon ?.It -.appiears tlhiat eni ployees ~ere pution to ?remnove the fence, ,which was gradnally disappearing. -,When the work was ini iprogress a .boy was given permissioni to take h6me an old post thiat ias burnt isud lieyond the stage of amy fiurther usefiilnesss Whethei he spread thie information that the 'reinander "of the .material was "free gratis; and for nothing',i, 0ovwhether others? saw thim takitig the .timber; away, an-d thougfht thley -haid ai- equital riglitto., some, iwe are unable: to say? B:But, iith almost inicedibie: swiftness, trucks of e ery size and hnape piropelled by- childiren -anid adults of `both sexes, appeared on the scene and departed again geneir ously. loadead with piickets aind posts In a ciir :short space of timen fact, almost as though by .magic- all that was rescued of the Council's property 'vas a' niumb...

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"YOW, HERE'S A JOHN." Young Man Caught and Fined. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 9 January 1915

"YOW, HERE'S A JOHN." Young Man Caught and Fined. Shortly after, 11 o'clock on the, night of the .26th December, Con stable Vallance overtook a crowdof young fellows hi Grahliam-street, and, from ivhat he related in the court bn: Miouday, they were ereating a dis, tuibance by; jostliig, shoving, :and shouting. James Kinnebitrgh " appar; ently undeir. 2"0 years, of aige, was al_ leged to hat e given the alarm by shouting out, "Yow, here's a John," and then dashed away. Valiance gave chase, and caught him after unning --about 400 yards. Kinne burgh was charged with behaving in an offensive manner. Defendant said he had just emerg-_ ed from:a. friend's house where they had been phljying tlie gramophone. He denied being ivitli the. eow'dbutfdra when he saw them running. Sergeant Sims said that complaints were being: made through the con duct of. bands of young men who con gregated in Graham-street . They frequently?' made uncalled-foir re: marks to females when passing. A fine of 10/- w...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 9 January 1915

SCORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves re sponsible for opinions expressed fby correspondents.-Ed. "Standard."] I..'. . ,

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Resisted in Duty. Net Confiscated. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 9 January 1915

Resisted in Duty. Net Confiscated. David H. Jenkins; ownier of- the fishiig :.boat'- and :net,' was :. then charged with having riesisted an In spector of Fisheries during the _ eXe cution of duty.? From the-- evidencee of .Inspector Riiwson, it appeared that defenidant attempted to remove the net from the boat after he had signuled its seizure by him. One pulled the net against the other, and Rowson's knee became bruised and his trousers torn. Defendant staited that" hlie w?as never acquainted by the Inspector that "ie -had seized the net. After the boat- had been moored in. the lagoon, -he prepared to remove the net to the 14fiding for drying. ?Tlie Inspectori.jumiped into the ?boat. and pulled the iiet from him, remarking, "it is-? 6u or I for it " When he be came aware that the inet was seized lie desi.Pd:. and gave a hand to place the net on:a -:ehicle at the Inspectoxr's invitation. - He was. not even aware thiat the Ins'pectoir had power -to seize the net. Arthur .Parish and ...

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