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PORT PICTURE THEATRE. "THE WOLF" TO-MORROW NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 16 January 1915
PORT PICTURE THEATRE. "'THE WOLF" TO-MORROW NIGHT. " At. the Port Theatre to-morrow night the three-reel picture "The Wolf" will be shown. During next week the following will be screened :-"Manoeuvres of Joel," "A Widow's Son," "Billy's Riot," "Value Received," War News," "Love' and Flames," "Get ting Vivian Married," and numerous others to arrive. The management guarantees the best pictures coming to hand in Melbourne. The subjects "Value Received" and "Love and, Flames" are star pictures. -
WESLEYS C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 16 January 1915
WESLEYS C.C. Last" Saturday Graham street tried conclusions with Carlton at Port Melbourne. The-scores at the end of the. day's play were :-Gra. ham. street 74 (A. Mathew 17 not' out); Carlton 4 for 91 (N. Carnie 2 •for 26, W. Ren'dall I for 13). The match will be concluded to-day, when an early start is desired; The ground commit teefor to-day will consist of Messrs. A-. Hiacb, A. Briggs and.F..Radford.
White Gloves for Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 16 January 1915
White Gloves for Magistrate,. Mondays and Thursdays are re garded at the local court as "court days." ,The attennance of the clerk of. court is always assured on these two days, and civil cases are listed. It is then a rare occasion when some business is not brought before the p·residing magistrates to decide, iE only the granting of a collector's license. It so transpired on Mon day ?last, after Messrs. Testro (chairman) -and Crichton, J.'sP., had taken their seats on the bench, that: the list was, blank. Sergeant Sims called "Any applications to the court ? " but there was no response. Humorously. Mr. Testro asked. the Sergeant if he couldn't lay a charge against- one of the pressmen, who, beyond a couple of members of the force, were the only attendants in court. A' "scribe" retaliated by stating that the Sergeant might select a subject .for a charge from the magistrates in preference to the. "press," and just when' a merry moment was-reached Sergeant Sims produced frorn his pock...
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 16 January 1915
Obituary. With extreme regret we have to announce the death of Mrs. Jessie Ann Wasley, which took place at "Rosaville," Swallow-street, at five o'clock on Thursday evening. M'rs. Wasley had been ailing for some months, and, gradually becoming weaker, in. body, passed away as though in sleep. The deceased lady was greatly respected, and is sur vived by her husband, Mr. John James Wasley; two sons, Albert and Victor, and a daughter, Rosa. She was 55 years of age. Mr. Albert Wasley is well known as secretary to the local Yacht Club, and had previously filled a similar position to the P.M.F.C.
SOUTH PORTS v. CLARENDON. V.J.C.A. THIRD GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 16 January 1915
SOUTH. PORTS v. CLAREN DON. V.J.C.A. THIRD GRADE, The seventh round was begun last Saturday by the' above -named clubs, on the local tearii's wicket on-the old lagoon.. Stevenson lost the toss, and the visitors took first use of the wicket. ..Their effort with the bat yielded 79 runs. C. Laird 26 and F. Laird. .18 gave most trouble to. the South Ports' bowlers, of whom M. Ryan, 3 for 12, and Rooney, 6 for 46, performed most successfully. .South Ports' turn with the bat yielded 8o runs for - wickets at call of time. -Dr-ysdale batted splendidly, going through the innings for. 26 not out, Biggsley 23 ably assisting him. Matterson. 2 for 6, Kenny 3 for 23, McDonald I for io and F. Laird 2 for 24 did the bowling for Clarendon. An interesting finish to the match is promised to-day. South Ports' players are requested to be on the ground at 2.30 sharp. .S'Ports gift distribution results St,. 280; 2nd, 213; 3rd, 367.
THIRD GRADE ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 16 January 1915
THIRD GRADE ELEVEN. The third graders, in their engage ment with Victoria. Brewery, only managed the small total of 47-runs in .their first. innings.; whilst: the Brewery knocked up 124 for 9-wick; ets (-Jackson 49 not out and 'Knott' 22). Swallow and Ariell's bowling was done by Joyce:and Cody, who each captured 3.wickets for 25 runs
SWALLOW & ARIELL C.C V.J.C.A. SECOND GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 16 January 1915
SWALLOW & ARIELL C.C. V.J.C.A. SECOND GRADE. The. above team: met South Yarra on Saturday.. The Yarra batted first and totalled- 9 .runs, the chief scorers beingJ. Gleeson 26, Clarke 'g and Goodwin 12. Power, 3 for 2, and H. Moon, 5 for ig, bowled very suc cessfully. Phillips got 2 for 26. Swallow: and. Ariell's- opened in grand style with the bat, compiling 72 for the loss of 2 wickets. :Purvis 27 (not out) and Barfoot. 27 were mainly responsible. A win appears a certainty.with 20 :runs to make with 8 wickets to fall. -
FALL IN! [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 16 January 1915
TiThe following extract has been forwarded by Mr: G. G.Tuff, of Bay Street, and iwarrants reprinting - hat will you lack;, sonny, what will. you lack When the girls line, up the street,. Shouting their love-a tiihe: lads came back ." Fioin tbe.foe they rushed to-beat? Will you eid 'a strangled cheer -to-the sky ... :And -grin till your cheeks- are red9 ' But `what Twill you lack when youri hatf goes by -With a girl who cuts you dead?? Where will you look, sonny, wheie Will you look. When your children yet to 'be - " Clamor to..learn of the part you took. In the War that kept men" free?,' -Will you say it was .naught- to you if France - Stood up to her foe- or bunked But where will- you look -when the) give the glance That tells- you ?they. know yoi. - funked? - . How will you fare, sonny, how will' you fare - . In- the far-off winter night, - -When -you sit by the. fire in an old man's chair . - SAnd your neighbors talk of the fight? Will you slink away, as -it were from' . a blow, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 16 January 1915
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THE WAR. The Part of Prayer. Interesting Discourse. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 16 January 1915
THE WAR. The Part of=Prayer: i :nteresting Discourse. O( iJanuary .3 the day of national intercessio;, the' ;ey Iiaidels, of Bridge-street Presbyterian Church, .derizng his:discoiurse; after referring to the efficacy of piayer, said, "As afi".*empie we .were exercised in "a gieat campaign in. the interests of liberty, righteousness, and humanity, W ?recognist he importance of the ,struggle--a stirggle for the very ex istence of the Empire, which, 'in .it-! self, is: ai unimportant matter --but when that .struggle mheans that the Enmpire repiesents the noblest ideals embodied in the plans of God, _and in accord with- His attributes, surely we are justified'in our national appeal to-day.-. When -we- say j?justified;, we' ,do.not infer that as a natioin we are pure . in every. detail or that our :national life has. been sustained, or thRt God and religion holds the placeý that is their due in its life.-- We know such is not the case. The. honour of God has been dragged through thel nmi...
PORT PATRONISER. £5 OR A MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 16 January 1915
PORT PATRONISER.. . £ OR A MONTH. Cecelia Hede in two years and two mbrionths has been fined at the Port Melbourne 'court, on 14 occasions for being drunk and dis orderly, the fines varying from £3 down. A month ago Cecilia was fined 40/- or 14 days, and took the 14 days-either from choice'or force of circumstances. On Thursday she cameup again before Messrs. T. Smith (Mayor), Howe, Testro and Armstrong, J.'sP., on the old familiar charge. Constable McCulloch related seeing a flock of -boys-betweenzthe ages of Ii to z4 years -near the pumping station, at ,4: p.m. on the afternoon of the 13th inst. On his approach they scattered and then disclosed the"-accused, who was drunk and sitting in, a most unisatisfactory position. The Mayor (to accused): Were you drunk ? Defendant: I had been drinking. The Mayor:., Anything against her ? Sergeant Sims :. -.,Yes, fourteen prior convictions, the last. fine a month agobeing two.pounds or 14 days. The Mayor: Now look here, re are not going to st...
PORT MELBOURNE'S CHARITY VOTE. £150 Allocated. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 16 January 1915
PORT MELBOURNE'S CHARITY VOTE. £150 Allocated. The council's annual charity vote has been allotted as under:- Port Melbourne. Ladies' Benevolent Society, £20; Melbourne Hospital, £20; Women's Hohpital, £20; Child ren's Hospital, £16; Queen Victoria Hospital, £16; Alfred Hospital, £15 15/; Homoeopathic Hospital,- £5; Austin Hospital for Incurables, £5; St. Vincent's Hospital, £12/12/; Eye and Ear Hospital, £3/3/; Deaf and ·Dumb Asylum, £2/2/; St. John's Am bulance, £2/2/; Society for, the' Ad vancement of the Blind, £2/2/; Con valescent Home, Cheltenham, £2/2/; M.elb.urne Benevolent Asylum, £1/ 1/; Melbourne City Mission. (Port Melbourne), £1/1/-; Latrobe-street Ragged Boys' School, Qi/1/; Carlton Refuge, £1/1/; Melbourne Orphan Asylum,: £1/1/; Talbot Colony for Epileptics, " £1/1/; Convalesceint Home, Clayton, -£1/11/-. Total, £150. The only deviation from last year's allotment is. that St. Vincent's Hos pital is to receive £12/12/ in lieu of £5, and .the Homoeopathic Hospital £5,; ...
Waterman Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 16 January 1915
Waterman Benefit. The energetic committee which undertook to assist the widow and young children of the late Mr. Albert Waterman has been pushing on with its work, and meeting with good success. Messrs. R. Murdoch and J. Davis, secretaries, and V. Uniacke, treasurer, are well satisfied with the progress made. The late Mr. Waterman's good fellowship and big heart to help the needy by selling art union tickets--he disposed of thousands upon thousands of these for different objects. whilst chief officer on the Ozone-no .doubt makes the task easier than it would otherwise have been, for, deeds of this kind ate not soon forgotten. Tne committee meet again on Wed nesday evening at Hooper's Albion Hotel at 8 o'clock. At present an art union is in progress for very valuable gifts. In the pleasure line a moonlight trip on. the bay has been fixed for Tuesday, February 16th. The company owning the Ozone will loan the boat, and. the captain;?officers and crew'give their services gratuitously. W...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 16 January 1915
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BOWLING. C3 PENNANT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 16 January 1915
BOWLING. , C3 PENNANT. Port Melbourne v. Cheltenham B. -Hart's rink secured the honors of the day, scoring 32 to 16; Crowl's rink, 29 to 20; Taylor's rink, 26 to 24. Dqtails: P.•M. C. Russell, Lott, Watson, Hart 32 Reynold, Monk, H. Mouff, Gundy .... .. ... I6 Drysdale, Camusso, Crocker, Crowl... ... .... 29 Martin, F. Martin, Fairbarn, R. Mouff ... ... 20 Coulter,' May, Barnes, Tay lor .......... 26 Nichols, Keys, Monchouse Le Page ... .* 42 87 50 Ports are the only undefeated eam in their section.
Successful Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 16 January 1915
Successful . Candidates. "The following pupils of Miss Daley were successful during the year : Musical Society of Victoria, June examinations, I914:-Intermediate pass, Hazel Anketell.' London College: - Intermediate pass, Florence Eades; Associate A.L.C.M., Hazel Anketell ; Elementary theory,: first class certificates, Esther Brady, Elsie Thackrah, Florence Eades, Gertrude Whiter. December ex aminations: - Senior first class, Florence Eades;. Advanced senior pass, Elsie .Thackrah; Advanced .senior first class, Gertrude Whiter.
Good Templars. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 16 January 1915
Good Templars. The Mutual Help. Lodge, No. 12, held the first meeting of-the new year on Monday evening week in the lodge. room, Graham-street, the C.T., Bro. C. Martin, Jun., presiding. Several of the members had spent the holi days touring the Healesville district, and entertained the meeting with an account of their experiences and a description of the many. beauty spots visited, abQut 150 miles having been walked. Some splendid photographs were secured and the. Lodge Deputy proposes to prepare and give an illus. trated lantern lecture on "The Beau ties of Healesvlle," the proceeds to be given to the building f?ud.