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EXECUTORS' SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
EXECGUTORS' SALES. . Two executors' sales are advertised to take place in Port Melbourne, on Saturday, February 14th. Both are being conducted by Messrs. D. C. Armstrong and Son, auctioneers and estate agents. Bay Street. One lot consists of six W.B. cottages. also shop and cottage, from 57 to 71 Es planad& West, close to Rouse Street and the beach, and the sale, which is at 3 o'clock, is taking place to wind up the estate of the late Mr. Thomas Carson. The second sale, which is instructed by the executor of the late Mr. C. H. Allmark. is that, of the well-built W.B. cottage, 5 rooms and conveniences, situated at 28 Evans Street, close to Graham railway sta tion. It is timed for 4 o'clock.
Port Council Employees v. South Melbourne Council Employees. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
Port Council Employees v. South Mlelbourne Council Employees. A cricket match between, the Port Melbourne Council employees and South Melbourne Council employees was play ed on the North Ports' wicket, on Mobn day. J. Hart was elected captain of the former and W. Anderson, of the latter. Scores: South Melbourne Council Employees, First Innings.-Reid c Chappell, b Pax man, 7; Morris, retired, 20; C. Ander son, b Paxman, 0; Haines, b Paxman, 5; W. Anderson, c Essex, b Paxman, 0; O'Koofe, lbw., Pasman, 0; Lay, run out, 2; Minihan, b Paxman, 0; Conway, b Pasman, 0; Hill, run out, 1; Mowbray, not out, S; byes, 7. Total, 50. Second Innings.-Reid, retired, 15; Morris, b Chappell, 12; C. Anderson, e Cumberidge, b Essex, 3; Haines, c Chap pell, b Beazley, 3; W. Anderson, not out, 9; O'Koofe, c Horton. ls Essex. 1; byes, 4: : Total, 47. Bowling.-Paxman, seven wickets for 30 runs; Essex, two for 12; Beazley, one for 4; Chappell, one for 5. Ports Council Employees, First In nings.-Stevens, b Ha...
South Ports C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
South Ports. C.C. The above club having a walk-over in the present draw for the V.J.C.A., 3rd grade, no game will be played by them for the next two Saturdays in the above competition.. However, a match has been arranged for to-day onl tlWe locals' wicket, on the Lagoou, against a team from the Collingwood baseballers., All ,intending players are requested- to be on the ground not later than? 230?h1 .~p,ý whenuthe .team will ':be picked.:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
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CRICKET. Port Melbourne Still Leading. Both Elevens Win Outright. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
CRICKET. Port Melbourne Still Leading. Both Elevens Win Outright. Port Melbourne visited Camberwell, and1 in an afternoon's cricket that was mainly notable for the good bowling of either side secured a lead of 57 on the first innings. Camberwell batted first, and were all out for 80. Port Mel bournee made 137, Willmnott 21, J. McColl 19, St. John and D. McColl 18, and Jamieson 16, making the best show ing. The veteran Forman, bowling against the wind, kept an excellent length, and took eight wickets for 81 runs off 20 overs. By gaining an outright win against Camberwell, Port MIelbourne still re tain a point lead over Brunswick for the premniership. Both sides had batted on Saturday, Camberwell getting 80 and Port Melbourne 137. On Monday, the home team could only manage 48 in their second attempt, Mhackie (12) be ing the only double-figure scorer, B. McColl (five for 22) and J. McColl (four for 9) bowling in fine form on a slow wicket. PORT MELBOURNE. First Innings. Radenmacher, c ...
PEOPLE ARE SAYING: [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
PEOPLE ARE SAYING : That.the Football Club's annual meeting takes place on February 23rd. That all lovers of true sport in the town ought to attend and give the club encouragement. That 'the players cannot show their true prowess on the field if the public do not give them proper financial sup port. That the local drapery sales are noW :on. fThat bargain hunting is the favor ite pastime of the Pdrt housewives in consequence. 'That the woman who would not travel a long way to sample' a dra pery i'emnant counter would be some thing of a female freak. That Holy Trinity's new Vicar is the Rev. William McKie. That he was priested in 1890, was appointed to Coburg last year, and is a married man with five children. That Mr. McKie will be inducted on February 12th, by Rev. J. E. Hayman; iand Mr. I-Hollow's induction to Gee long is due on February 10th or 11th. That HIoly Trinity congregation are displeased at the Archbishop. Tlhat lihe appointed a new Vicar without consulting them on the ma...
HIS VIEWS ON SUFFRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
HIS VIEWS ON SUFFRAGE. When a female canvasser asked an old farmer to signl a petition in favor of a woman's movement he eyed . the document for a while with suspicion. "No, I'm again' it, sure," was the reply, with the emphasis of a man who had had some domestic infelicity. "A woman who's allus a-moving' is allus a-gettin' in trouble. If you've got anlything to keep her quiet I'll sign it."
A.N.A. AND ART UNION. Motion by Local Branch. To Popularise National Fete. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
A.N.A. AND ART UNION. Motion by Local Branch. To Popularise National .Fete. At the meeting of the local branch of the A.N.A., on Tuesday night,-Mr. D. King . presiding-the . principal business, was a discussion on' the best means of increasing the popularity of the A.N.A. Fete and Exhibition. % Mr'. S. D. Higgins, treasurer, charac terised Monday's proceedings at the Fete as the most miserable show ever placed before the public by the A.N.A. To judge by the airs of importance which the members of the executive were as they strutted about the grounds, onii. would think they were doing some thing grand instead of bringing on some third-rate bicycle and foot races. There was no use in the Metropolitan Conunittee hanging on to these races ycar alter year. 'Unless they gave s.,mething new they would never get the public support. So far as the en tertainment provided by the Metro p:,itan Conmmittee for themselves went --ihe banquet-it was very good in deed. (Laughter.). Mr. G. Allison mov...
Port I.O.R. v. Northcote I.O.R. Second Round. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
Port I.O.R. v. Northcote I.O.R. Second Round. Thil nm?tch was played on the lorrneris ground. Northcote, winning the toss, went in to bat on a good wicket and 'put up a score of 72. Ports replied with 69 for 8 wickets. With luck the Ports hope to tirrn the tables this match.. C. Penton, the locals' clpltain, has struck' his old form with the ball, but should not uire himself out--he got six w\ickets for 30-as there are others:? Younig, the' new mani, ihas stitrd well with 18 runs to his credit. J. Smith is worth going a long way to see, his 18 being got with good cricket.: He also got two wickets for 9 riuns. Members are asked to take notice tha"t witliouit tihe maiteiial .being well loloed after; ithejy will soon be- with out any; 'this includes the mat.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
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MISS PRETTY PORTONIAN. (To the Editor of the "Standard") [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
MISS PRETTY PORTONIAN. (To the Editor of the "Standard") .Dear Sir,-1 think.there is a good deal of truth in what your corres pondent, "Old Fashioned" says about the flippancy of our Port girls. As . a-,a: t bei'" looks are, concerue: Ir anm as ready is anyone to take up the cudgels, or the pen, on their behalf. Sleaking to a friend of mine who had come over here from Perth by the "Otway," during the week, I heard her praise the complexions of our girls. She had seen the girls in the Port streets and said she had been greatly impressed by their general good colour, which she considered "jus:t too loyely after the pale, pasty, snt-ble~ched faces of the girls in the .But' my f'ri'end smiled when I asked hier: h lit shetholioht of the manners of oigirl??u.: er answer ,as.?em "pliatic: ? i-should like to steal tlheir _comple ion'is;' she said, Ibut as for tlhenrmanlers well, I ont t.hiik they wiill find 'iiu one iti'uious to steal them. I kiow I o inot. i need say no0 more.- I am tc : ....
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. Annual Reports. Record Year's Work. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. Annual Reports. Record Year's Work. Success was written large over the reports submitted at the annual meet-. ing of Holy Trinity congregation in the Parish Hall on Wednesday evening They spoke of much valuable work accomplished during the year. CJr. W. Howe, heon. secretary, submit ted the relport of the vestry to the meet ing, showing that 1913 had closed with statistics which were records in the his tory of the church. The report stated that immediately upop the removal of the debt on the nave of the church at the end of last year a start was made to complete the building by the addition of organ cham 'bier, chancel and vestries. So enthusi astically was the movement taken up that the building was completed and de dicated on October 7th, 1913. The total cost was £$48/S/11. A grant of £100 from diocesan funds was received, the sum of £436/11/3 was raised in .different ways, and five loans (contri buted by the Archbishop, Mr. E. Phil lips, Dr. Knight, Mr. Stcnn...
REV. MR. HOLLOW. Encomiums at Holy Trinity Meeting. Congregation and Archbishop. New Vicar's Career. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
REV. MR. HOLLOW. Encomiums at Holy Trinity Meeting. Congregation and Archbishop. New Vicar's Career. There was a deeply pathetic note about the proceedings at the Holy Trinity parish hall on Wednesday night. The reason lay. in the fact that the Vicar, Rev. HI. Stanley Hol low, M.A., was occupying the chair for the last time,, after over five years' successful work in Port Mel bourne. In his opening address the Vicar congratulated the congregation on the excellent progress made during the year. He did not require to speak to the meeting at any length, he said, as the annual report spoke for itself. The one reason only he was unable to accept a presentation from the congregation in going away was that he felt rather mean about leaving Port Melbourne. He had the feelii? that he had climbed to success over the shoulders of the people who had aided him. so generously. THANKS TO PARISH WORKERS. Still, the position at Geelong was one which he could not afford-to let pass, and he would have...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING. Spoon Shoot, 31/1/'14.-14 shots at 900 yards: Captain T. Prest, S; 1. Watt, 9; A. Fadersen, 9; G. Watt, 10; D. Lang, 10; W. Prest, 10; J. Riunmmage, 10; D. Sin clair, 10; R. Sutcliffe, 10; J. Gibbons, 10; 11. Waller, 10; J. T. Kinsclla, 11; R. Lang, 12; D. Paterson,. 12; C. lIar radence, 12; MT. W..Young, 12; A. Pater son, 12; J. Trevillian, 12; A. B. Pater sonu. 13; D. Molloy, 14; J. O'Brien, 15; A. O'Brien, 15; W. O'Brien, 15; G. T. .Jones, 15; E. Le Page, 15; J. Vick, 15; C. Bloomfield, 15; T. Molloy, 17; A. H. Williams, 19; W. Hampton, 20; A. Rei ter, 20; A. Rose, 20; J. Polhill, 20; P. O'Toole, 20; C. Emellen, 25; W. A. Coath, .25.
Port Railway Fatality. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
Port Railwayi Fatality.; While attemipting to alight from a: moving train. at Poit Melbournie, on Wednesday niglit, :Tlimas Ganiuon, a fireman on s.s. CeiSliiic; :fellbetveen the platform ahd .ethel.,footblard, of the train. He i'eceivedaitteiitioni from Dr. Sabelberg, andi was ai fterwards sent on. to. the 1 6ielo?iine Hospital, where, he died ati 6 o'1cilo?kon. Thurs day 'morning..
AMONG THE CHURCHES. Holy Trinity. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
'AMONG THE CHURCHES. Holy Trinity. Iloly Communion will be celebrated to-morrow at 8 and 11 a.m., and the Vicar will preach morning and eveu ing. The Vicar will be removing to Gee iong about the 10th of February. He will take leave of his Port 1Melbourne congregation at a service of Holy Communion, on Sunday evening. Feb rnary 8th. The Rev. Mr. McKie will be in ducted into Holy Trinity on Thursday evening, 'February 12th. A welcome is being arranged for the same week. Presbyterian Church. At 11 o'clock the subject of the dis course will be "Twelve hours a day," and at 7 o'clock in the evening the preacher will discuss, the question "Why, attend Church?".- At the lat ter, theie -will be the ,monthly song service. withl: Miss Pocott as soloist. Graliam-street. Tlhe services at Grahham-street Methodist Mission are at 11 forenoon, when: theie will be Communion, and 7 in the evening, while at 8.15 there will lhe a service conducted at the Bay Pier. Rev.R. S. Joyce will lake the services....
A Sea Incarnadine. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
A Sea Incarnadine. A peculiar phenomenon was wit nessed at the beach one evening at the beginning of the week. Strollers there were aistonished to find that the Bay seemed to have become of a ruddy tint. Near the Lagoon it par took of a deep, blood-red aspect, changing it it stretched round to wards the piers to a port wine shade, with a pinkish tint as it -receded in that direction. There was a fairly stiff sea on at the time, and. as the big rollers came booming on to lth beach the water was tossed skywards in a dancing spray, of a blood-stained lhue. As the light played obn the fly ing spindrift qtiite a kaleidoscopic eof feet vs obthined; hich :ias height cued, by. the' ciashig of the tlhuider and the ivid flashes: of the igh ing which 'prev'uled.1 Mainy of,- tie-_ on lookoers '?oinfessed t;h?it the :spectacle. p)?odiiced ii?_ 'them a a:creepy :seiisatiou?? of eeriness;, induced by :the quaint combinationof thunder, ightnin and: a sea irncaiinadinc.i Subsequently itE transpired"...
LATE MRS. HAYMAN'S WILL. Explanation by Mr. Hayman. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
;LATE MRS. HAYMAN'S WILL. Explanation by. Mr. Hayman. There was published on Wednesday the will oif Rachel Hayman, late of .Bay Street, Port Melbourne, married woman. She died on September 7 last, having executed her will on January 31, 1911. Her Victorian es tate has been sworn for probate pur poses at £89(i. In her will she states, "After payment of my just debts, funeral, and testamentary expenses I give, devise, and bequeath unto l-lenry ]Iunt lHayman for his own use, so long as he remains single," the rents of certain properties in North Sydney, and also in Port and South Melbourne. On her husband's death or re-marriage the will lprovides that the properties owned by testatrix are to be divided among her children. Mr. HTayman referred to this mat ter at Wednesday nia'ht's meeting of Holy Trinity congregation. He said the will had been printed in the daily press and commented upon in a way that was liable to cast ridicule on himself and his family. All present were aware of the ...
ITEMS OF NEWS. Dr. Rosenfield as Linguist. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
1ITEMS OF NEWS. Dr. Rosenfield as' Linguist. AiA young Russian Finn sailor, who ,appeared at the court during the week; oi. a charge of being offensive in his behaviour, was stated to have been acting queerly. Dr. R. L. Rosen field had a.conversation with the man -Paul Remus by name-in Russian, German, and English. The doctor cer tified him as a fit subject for being placed under observation in the Re ceiving House at Royal Park. His conversation, in the man's own lan guage, the doctor pointed out, en abled him to get at particulars which he could not otherwise have elicited. He discovered the man to be labour ing under a hallucination that people were trying to poison him-a danger ous state for anyone to be in. The Mayor and Mlr. Testro made the coum mittal order as desired.
CRICKET. Wesleys v. St. George's Methodists. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
CRICKET. Wesleys v. St. George's Methodists. Wesleys C.C. engaged the St. George's Road Methodists to a match last Saturday., on the local ground. Batting first, Wesleys pelt up the nari:m:r tM-a? of 45. RBeg. Douglas (21) being the oily inan to make any~ thing ' of a display. St. George's Road knocked up 38 for the loss of four wickets (Reg. Douglas, one for 10; Reg. McDonnell, one for 2; and Normn. Carnic, two for 17), sharing the bowling honors. The match con cludes to-day, when the locals hope to put a better appearance on the game. Only twoo matches remain to be played on' our own ground, ere the season closes, so "Pitchie" requests all matteirs to be thrashed out. "Sndiy",' again surprised the on lookeis witli.his display with the bat. Well done Rusty! Tlie?,boys welcomed the "Hon. St af:,nki o back- again, and were pleas?ed to :see him among them last IStiirda ?~E Somieone named him "The Rochle?tei B:isl;?ianger." but tennis is inot apasatime of a ·raner Th :?llo .iseretary: ...