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GRAHAM ST. WESLEYS C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 23 January 1915

GRAHAM ST. WESLEYS C.C. The Wesleys last week lost badly to Carnton-an innings and 37 runs. The scores were :-Carlton, 178; Graham Street, 74 and 69. The best performers on the local side were N. Carnie 5 for 41 with the ball, and Alan Riach 23, and R. McDonald 12 with the bat. JOTTINGS. Alan Riach's 23 was merrily com piled, including. 2 fourers and 3 threes. The hon. Stanley made, his re appearance,. and demonstrated his versatility in a masterful fashion. Great things' are expected of' him' to-day. To-day's match is against Spensley Street, and will be played at Port Melbourne.

Publication Title: Port Melbourne Standard
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SWALLOW & ARIELL C.C. V.J.C.A. SECOND GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 23 January 1915

SWALLOW '& ARIELL C.C. V.J.C.A. "SECOND GRADE. The second grade eleven -won on first innings' scores from their opponents, South Yarra, the totals being-S. arid A;, 132 ; South Yarra, 91 a majority of 41 runs in favor of the former; Purvis 49, Barfoot 27, and H. Moon 14, with the bat, and Power 4 for 35, H. Moon 2 for 13, Phillips i for 6, Barfoot Ixfor 7, and Gilbert i fdr 12, did most towards achieving the victory. South Yarra completed a second innings for a total of 75 runs.

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THE LOAN PROPOSAL. Commonwealth Bank Approached. Best Terms Sought. Discussion in Council. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 23 January 1915

THE LOAN PROPOSAL. Commonwealth Bank Approached. Best Terms Sought. Discussion in Council. __ ) Although in committee seven coun cillors agreed to support the proposal to borrow £14,000 from the State Government, for the purpose of carrying out a schedule of public works in Port Melbourne, thereby giving employment to the army of workless, the position was consider ably altered at the Council meeting on Tuesday evening last, in conse quence of the stand taken by Cr. Morris, who was not present at the Counuil committee meeting. The Mayor (Cr. Smith). inoved "That the schedule of loan works be submitted to the Loird 1Mayor, as works which the Council.is prepared to now carry out, provided satisfac tory arrangements can be made for borrowing from the'Government un der the scheme for relief of the pre sent unmlemployment." The proposed works, which have appeared in our columns, are esti mated to cost £14,000, and this amount it is intended to borrow. Cr. Monrris: I want some informa tio...

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AMONGST THE JUNIORS. NORTH PORTS v. CLIFTON HILL A.N.A. V.J.C.A. FIRST GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 23 January 1915

AMION(GST THE JUNIORS. NORTH PORTS v. CLIFTON HILL A.N.A. V.J.C.A. FosrT- GRADE. North Ports, who had lost 3 wick ets'for 36 runs in reply to the A.NA.'s score of 122 runs on the previous Saturday, resumed their innings. The first two wickets fell cheaply, 5 wickets being down for 50. Moon and Paternoster stopped the rot, taking the score to 9gI before Moon was bowled by Roper for a well made 33. G. Keyhoe then helped Paternoter to'make the game safe by carrying the score to 125, when Paternoster was caught by Hutchinson off Clarke for 58 runs. Cumberlidge made 8 before being bowled. Wellington did not stop long, being out .i.b.w. for 3. Bow den and Keyhoe added xo. for the last wicket, G. Keyhoe being not out for 20o. Clifton Hill A.N;A. opened their second innings with Newbound and Hutchinson. who took the score to 35, when Newbound was caught by Mlerrick in the long field off Welling ton. McKelson and: Hutchinsoti added'9 more runs before Hutchinson was out to a good catch by Pat...

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A. N. A. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 23 January 1915

A. N. A. The local branch of the above will meet on Tuesday evening next. The sports tournament, which was begun some time ago, will be brbught to a conclusion with a shooting competition.

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SOUTH PORTS v. CLARENDON. V.J.C.A. THIRD GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 23 January 1915

SOUTH PORTS v. CLAREN DON. V.J.C.A. THIRD GRADE. These two clubs brought their match.to a.conclusion last Saturday, victory resting with.the South Ports by.gwickets~and 8 runs. The:chief factor in the win was Drysdale, who carried his bat right through the innings, for .28 runs, again getting the not but -in the second innings with II runS'. Biggsley 23, Darcy 18, and O'Connor 13 not out also batted well; whilst the most success ful bowlers were Rooney ii for 65, and. M. Ryan 8 for 24. No less than twelve of the visitors' wickets were caught, which speaks well for the locals' fielding.; The scores are : CLARENDON. First Innings . ... -79 Second Innings ... ... 37 Total ' ... .. . ... II6 SOUTH PORTS. First Innings .. 98 Second Innings;, I ivicket for ... 26 Total ... ... ... 124

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THIRD GRADE V.J.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 23 January 1915

THIRDa GRADE V.J.C.A. Victoria Brewery C;C. very easily. defeated the third graders by an innings and I25 runs. The scores were-Victoria Brewery, 188; S. and A., 47 and 16-total 63; Jackson played a fine innings for 76 not out for the winners.

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RAILWAY UNITED v. ALBERT PARK A.N.A. V.J.C.A.—THIRD GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 23 January 1915

RAILWAY UNITED v. ALBERT PARK A.N.A. V.J;C.A.--THIRD GRADE. The above. match was concluded on Saturday at Albert Park, the Railway. Udited winning by an inningsand r3 runs. At the finish of the first day's play the first innings' scores were-Albert Park A.N.A., 38; Railway United, Io5.. With 68 runs to make to-saveata innings defeat the A.N.A. resumed play on Saturday, but were very soon all out for 54, Hall .29 being the only batsman Who showed any form with the bat. The Railways' best batsmen and bowlers were-Reilly, 40, Moxham 14, and. Wapshott I3; Tyreill5 for 9,McDonald 7 for I4., Edwards 4 for 38, and Cardwell-3 for 29.. - The Railways on Saturday- wore crape armbands as a mark of respect to two members, T. Drew and H. Ferguson, the former's uncle and theylatter's father having died during the previous week. The club desires to tender them their deepest sym-. pathyin their recent sad bereavement. The eighth round of the competi tion commences to-day, when the Railway United pl...

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SOUTH PORTS v. SWALLOW AND ARIELL. 8TH ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 23 January 1915

SOUTH PORTS v. SWALLOW AND ARIELL.. 8TH ROUND: These two teams will commence a match to-day on the former's ground on the lagoon. All intending players for 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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PORTS v. COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 30 January 1915

PORTS v. COBURG. To be played on Monday next (A.N.A. Day). Ports teams areas follow: First eleven-MicColl (3), Wilmot, St. John, Freeman, Kelly, Taylor, Schaefer, Rademacher, Hodgetts, Second eleven-Jones, Collins, Hair, O Brien, McCarthy, Baster, Clark, Pratt, Arthur, Lusch, Craig. ,Play commences at 10.30 a.m.

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 30 January 1915

Notes. The batting of Arthur Rademacher was faultless. He was unlucky in hitting a ball on to his *icket. C. Kelly has given great satisfac tioh in the senior ranks, his 45 runs were well made. Ports' first eleven found two opening batsmen last Saturday; the first wicket falling for 117 runs. On Monday (A.N.A. Day), the first eleven play Coburg on the local ground, commencing at 10.30. The seconds play at Coburg. February 6th the Ports play at Geelong.. Any supporters desirous of making the trip should notify the secrctary, in case the club reserve a carriage. The ball 'seemed to pass through Teddy's hands on three occasions, at Footseray. He must be thinking of Portarlington.

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Second Eleven. Footscray—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 30 January 1915

Second Eleven. Footscray-First Innings. Addison, b Pratt ........ .. 3 Kegin, b Hodgetts .. .. .. - 5 Johannsen. b Hodgetts.. - . 26 Allaway, b Hod-etts........ .. 0 Leeds, stpd., b Hodgetts . 0 .. Erumerson, b Pratt . ..... 5 W. Moyes, 1) Pratt... .. .. 39 Mason, c Clark ...... .. .. 8 Fielding. c Pratt.. .. .. .. .. .7 M'Conchie, b Clark ...... . 0.. Miller, not out ... .. .... 6 Sundries ... ............ 4 Total ............ 103 Bowling.-Pratt, four wickets for 38 runns, Hodgetts., four for 26. Port Melbourne.-First Innings. Baster, b Fielding ........ 1 Collins, c Leeds. ..... 29 J. O'Brien. b Fielding 6 ...... 3 Hodgetts, c Leeds .... .... 12 Hoban, b Fielding .. ..... 13 Tate, b Fielding........ . .- 12 Pratt, b Fielding .. .... 1 Craig not out .. ........10 Fairchild, c Fielding.... ... .0 Jones, c Mason ....... .. .. 2 Clark, c Mason ........... 3 Total.. .. .... ... 89

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CRICKET. Our Senior Cricketers. Port Melbourne v. Footscray. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 30 January 1915

CRICKET. Our Senior Cricketers. Port Melbourne v. Footscray. Last Saturday, the P.MI.C.C. con. tested Footscray on the local arena. The Ports kept possession of A good wicket until a few minutes before a quarter-past six p.m., when they "de clared" with 261 for the loss of nine wickets. Rademacher and Kelly put on 117 for the first wicket before the latter player was caught in the slips for 45 (three 4's) made without a chance. The second wicket partner sliip between Rademacher and Free man brought the total to*170. Rade macher's attractively made innings of 91 (eight 4's) then ended, Porter bowling him off his pads. The only blemish on a perfect display of bat ting was a difficult chance when 46. Six other batsmen contributed scores varying from 12 to 25. Jack Smith, who is experiencing his.best season since Foo scray joined the senior ranks, was the most successful bowl er, taking five for 54. He kept a good "length," and got a lot of work oi the ball. Port Melbourne. First Inning...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 30 January 1915

YOUR PROPERTY. We have made special facilities for registering and advertising properties for sale. All communications and particulars of property, houses, land, &c., will receive.prompt attention. CHAPMAN & CO., 272-274 Bay street, Port Melbourne. CAN BE CONTROLLED. During summer months children are subject to disorders of the bowels and should receive most careful at tention. If looseness of the bowels is noticed Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy should be given. Children teething have moie or less diarrhoea which can be controlled by giving Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy at once. Sold by E. Parsons, grocer. Bay-street. WHOOPING COUGH. Never neglect Whooping Cough, for children are often permanently in jured by the awful straining of the cough. There is no danger whatever from whooping cough when Cham berlain's Cough Remedy is freely given. It should be given at once, re liquifies the tongue mucus, makes it peating the dose frequently. It easy to e...

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South Ports v. Swallow and Ariell. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 30 January 1915

South Ports v. Swallow and Ariell. These two lochl teams commenced their match last Saturday, on the South Ports ground, on the Lagoon. Swallow' and Ariell's, winning the toss, sent the South Ports to the wickets, and they put together 95 rtsnj before the last wicket fell. W. Ryan 26, Palmer not out 15, Roony 14, and Drysdale 11, were top scor ers. Cody, five foi 7; Robinson, two for 16.; Joyce, two for 19, and Wal ton, one for 14 getting the wickets. Swallow and Ariell.then todk their turn with the hat, but were soon dis missed for a total of 41 ruins. Har row 14, and Robinson 12, were the only double-figure scorers... --Roony (Ave for 27), M. Ryan, (four for 14) ,and Darcy. (one; for 0) doing tile. bowling. With ten minutes to spare, South Ports commenced their second in pings, sending in Drysdale and W. Ryan, who played out time for 13 runs, Ryan gettinig 12 of them. This match will be concluded next Satur-ý day, as all matches ore declhired .off to-day for the inter-union matche...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. Foreshore Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 30 January 1915

ITEMS Of NEWS. Foreshore. Improvements. Just what-the prospects of having our f6reshore improved and mqd ernised are at the present juncture doubtful. On the schedule of works approved of provision is made out of the loan money to spend £1,500 on the foreshore conditionally on the Government granting £1 for El£1 as sistance. This was recently refused by the Minister of Public Works when waited on ky the Mayor. However, councillors are going in a body next week to repeat the application, and we V hope they will be successful. It will be remembered that the Min-I ister prpmised Mayor Smith that he would suggest tQ the Unemployed Works' Committee that the foresliore should be improved if Port Melbourne contributed £1,500. So far nothing further has been Iteard of the Min ister's promise. The £1500 which our council will borrow in itself would be quite inadequate- to do the work in any decent way, so the success of councillors in ralkinug in outside as sistance will be regarded with im ...

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ANIMATED PICTURES. Port Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 30 January 1915

ANIMATED PICTURES. Port Theatre. Splendid programmes were pre eited to good audiences at the Port -Aelbourne Picture Theatre through out last week. It will be seen by the advertisement in this issue that ex cellent films in dramia and humor will be shown to-night and throughout next week. u Victoria Pictures. At the Victoria Picture gardens the usual change of programme is Published in this issue. On Monday evening the films will be interspersed with items by vaudeville artists.

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Baptist Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 30 January 1915

Baptist Cricket Club. The above club engaged Hoddle street on the local ground on Sat urday last. The home team went in t6 bat qn a fair wicket, H6ollahd and Wood opening up, were disposed of for 12 runs, both having the misfor tune to be run out. The outlook was not too promising for the home side but later the position greatly.im proved and matters were still. going badly when Callander and S. Holmes became partnered, the. pair putting on 44 before being separated. S Holmes, by forcible 'cicket, compiled. 27. Callander quickly regained' old form and put together 23. Carter batted wellfor 21. Ross, 25 not6ouf1 assisted in bringing the score to 131; Hoddle street, although heing second on the premiership list, were dis posed of for the moderate score of 41. Thebowling honors were shared by- S. Holmes,(four for 7), Callan der (tio for 11), and Kelley (three for 17)

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Williamstown's Electrical Mains. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 30 January 1915

Williamstown's Electrical Mains. . Williamstown is about to launch out in an electrical scheme on- some what similar lines to Port Melbourne, the source of sunpply being the Mel bourne City Council. Williamstotn wants permission to carry its mains overhead oni poles from Ingles-street, down Williamstown road, thence across the bend to the river, via a course by- the stone works. Our councillors could not see the wisdom of the overhead pole as ogainst the underground cable. Williamstowan, therefore, sent Mr. Underwood, its adviser, to explain the position to councillors on Tuesday evening. To sum up it was quite evident that the overhead structure was to save ex- pense to the City Council, ,on the capital cost of which Williamstown has undertaken to pay interest. The difference in cost between under ground and overhead was estimated as £4;000 to £1,000. Our councillors took a neighbourly view of the appli cation,-and whilst all were opposed to the unsightly and dangerous pole system ...

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ELECTRIC SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 30 January 1915

ELECTRIC SPARKS. Monday next Observed as A.N.A. Day. First delivery of mails only. Loan of £14,000. To improve Port Melbourne. To be lent by Commopwealth Bank at 41 per cent. Our surveyor is preparing plans and specifications ready for a start. Although now urged as relief works the schedule was considered and ap proved of in good times prior to the war. Members of the Melbourne Bicycle Club will enjoy a complimentary smoke night at the rooms this evený ng. The Waterman Benefit Committee will meet next Wednesday evening at Whittle's Freemasons' Hotel, Beach street. Mr. Watkins stated at the Court on Monday that pilfering at the abattoir in the bend exceeded £500oo per annum. Moniday is being regarded as a close holiday. Numerous residents are taking advantage of the break, and "week-ending it" in the country and by the seaside. "I understand that when a banker huggests -that you shift an account lie means it. It would be highly in convenient for the council to bank in Melbourne."-Ma...

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