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ITEMS OF NEWS. Doctor Presented. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 February 1915

ITEMS OF NEWS. Doctor Presented. A number of medical gentlemeil from South and Port Melbourne as sembled at Scott's Hotel on Friday afternoon, 12th inst., to bid farewell to Dr. R. L. Rosenfield, who has left Port Mlelbourune to devote his time to priactice ill diseases of the eye, ear, nos6 and throat at his rooms iln Col lin street. Dr. Aitcheson, in pre senting Dr. Rosenfield with a wallet. took occasi6n on behalf of the medi cal men present to wish Dr. Rosenm field success.

Publication Title: Port Melbourne Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PROFESSOR'S COMPLIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 February 1915

THE PROFESSOR'S COMPLIMENT. "The professor paid me a compli ment that I don't know whether to like or not." "How is that, my girl.' "He says I am so interesting that he is going to name a germ after me."

Publication Title: Port Melbourne Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AMONGST THE JUNIORS. North Ports v. South Melbourne Footballers. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 February 1915

AMONGST THE JUNIORS. North Ports v. South Melbourne Footballers. The above match was played on he lagoon on Saturday. Gray (S.M.) won the toss from Moon, and South Melbourne had first use of the wic ket. At the end of the day's play they had scored 285 runs for the loss of six wickets. Leonard and Dow sing, the opening batsmen, made a bad start, the latter being run out before a run had been scored. Franks joined Leonard, and took the score to 72 before Leonard lost his wicket, being caught for 43. Craven, the next man, did not seem to be at' home to the bowling,.but made 11 be fore being out to a fine catch by Mer rick in the long field. M'Guire batted merrily for 25, and Gray and Franks took the score from 137 to 234, when Franks, who had scored 107, was bowled. Gray lost his wicket five runs later. A. Dowsing and Johnson played out time. South Melbourne Foodballers. First Innings. T. Leonard, c and b Wellington..43 H. Dowsin, run out 0* . .. . 0 A. Franks. b Moon ..... ... 10' J....

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Held Over. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 February 1915

Held Over. A report-of p)roceediigs at the Council meeting last week has been unavoidably hleld over until next week.

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HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. Annual Meeting. Election of Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 February 1915

HOLY TRINITY tCHIRCH. -49-- Annual Meeting. Election of O~ffiers. Thle 'uinu'i meeting in. connection vRithl llol.\ 'Trinity Chnrch was held Son -Tue-div evening in the presence ni a taiu unraber of. parishioners. Tihe bahunlce sheet presented showfed a ciedit of £215/8/5 in the revenue 'ieount 'the debt on the Chancel wras gu\enl at £t3215. The report snb initted by the secretary, Mr. H. H. I-layman, indicated that interest in church matters daring the past year has been well maintained, anld feel inlypl referred to the transfer of the lR.ev. Hr. S. Hollow to Geelongr. Con gratnlaltionslili were offered him on this pre'ferment to that impor~taiit parish. Mlention wans made of the~ effort made by M~rs. Rendall, wvhich resulted in £50 being raised for the pnrpose of erecting a1 reredos in the chnrch fo perpetnate his memory. The chancel debt was reduced dnringr the year by £f12r5, and the hope was ex~pressed that despite the bad times a deter mlined generall effort would be made to w...

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Bethel Sunday School. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 February 1915

Bethel Sunday School. 'Prizes to the scholars attending the Bethel Sunday school will be dis tributed on Wednesday next at the Temperance Hall, at S p.m. Mr. S. E. Findlav. secretary of the Sunaly School Union, will neake the presen tations. inPrents, past tea chers, and scholars are invited.

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NEW TOWN HALL. Something About It. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 February 1915

NEW TOWN HALL. Something About it. Plans showing various views of the new town hall, which is to be erected in Port Melbourne out of the loan money to be advanced by' the Com monwealth Bank to the municipality were submitted by the Surveyor (Mr. A. V. IHeath) to councillors on Tues day evening. At a glance it was seen that the new structure will provide ample accommodation for many years to come, and be of up-to-dfte design. • Location. The hall will be coustructed at the rear of the p~'resent main structure, facing Bay-street. The main en trance will be in Spring street, imme diately opposite the residence of Mr. J. J. Bartlett, and the hall .will run through the site to the street at the rear. The front architecture is im posing, and as the main hall will be provided with.a balcony the build ing will be of considerable height. Accommodation. The hall is designed to seat 1,200 persons, as compired with 400 in the present structure. A gallery will be fixed on both sides and at the" ...

Publication Title: Port Melbourne Standard
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THE ELKS' CAMPING AND SOCIAL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 February 1915

THE ELKS' CAMPING AND SOCIAL CLUB. The above club held a most suc cessful social in the Farrell street school hall on Thursday evenihig, the 11th inst. The hall was most taste fully decorated with the flags of.our fighting Allies, and looked at its best.. The members were most fortunate in having as their guests (to the num ber of 100) a very sociably inclined gathering, and this fact not only helped to make the members' task easier, but also gave the guests themselves the opinion that the even ing was very well spent. Everything possible for the comfort and enjoy ment of the guests was admirably ar ranged beforehand, so that when at 8 o'elock the programme set down was commenced, all went off with clock-like precision. During the evening musical items by the follow ing were rendered and thoroughly enjoyed. Pianoforte solo by Miss E. Cave, songs by Messrs. A. Bruce, T. Hunter, and Chas. Trewavis, and mandoline selections by the Maxton Mandoline party (formed by members and friends)....

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Shopkeepers Beware. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 February 1915

Shopkeepers Beware. Local storekeepers dea!ing in hard ware in addition to other merehlanu dise wil do well to take warning aid refrain from disposing of same dur inglX Wednesday, the 6th March. This ldate Ihas been set aside as the aa una holiday f:or irolnongers, who are compelled to eloce oni that day. iistructions have been issued to the police to observe :any breaches of the law in this respect.

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Baptist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 February 1915

Baptist Church. The annual thanksgiving festival will be held to-mnorrow in the Baptist Ohurch Ross street. when there will be specisl singing at thc services. Special thank. offerings are invited, so that urgent fi. proveosnnts san be effected. The Rev, P. J. Musters will occupy the pulpit.

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IRON QUOITS. Ports Win Again. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 February 1915

IRON QUOITS. " -.----4-.-,- Ports Win Again. Notes by "Pill Head." The first round having finished, the second commenced last Saturday, the conditions being that all matches are to be played on neutral grounds. Ports' first draw was against Col lingwood, last year's premiers, at South Yarra. Ports took out a splendid team and won rather easily by 85. For Ports, C. Hocking played a great game, only allowing his oppon ent Ross, who is no novice, to score 5, _ J. Hensley (25) beat Williams, selln. (14); Wood (25) beat Penrose (14), and C. Bourke (25) beat i'Coll (17). E. IHord, our old champion, showed he was in great form by defeating C. Sargent by 6. J. Simmons re corded 25 to Seeley's 15. All play ed splendidly for Port. Hammond and Patterson, who did not play anything like their form, were the only two defeated on the Ports' side. To-day, Ports have a walk-over, and are holding a sweepstakes tour nament, on their ground, starting at 3 o'clock. During the weel. several games in the ...

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Baptist Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 February 1915

Baptist Cricket Club. The decisive defeat, as indicated -' was mainly due to the fine bowling performance of E. Kelley, eight for 7, and S. Holmes, eight for 17. Albert Park, in their second attempt, were helplessly at the hands of these bowlers, and were all put out in quick time. First Innings. Port Melbourne . . . . 105 Second Innings. Port Melbourne . seven for. 37 (Innings declared closed). First Innings. Albert Park.. * *.... . 27 Second Innings. Albert Park .......... 11 In the Port's second inniings, W. Fletcher, .13, was the only score of consequence. The last-engagement for this sea son will commence to-day with South Melbourne, when a good game is expected. Players and supporters please note that the match is to be played on South Melbourne ground, near Albert Park raiway station.

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Wesleys' Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 February 1915

Wesleys' Cricket Club. Last Saturday thD locals defeated North Melbourne, at Royal Park, by an innings nud 33 runs, scoring 138 to their opponents' 72 and 33. Last Saturday, Norm. Carnie carried his over-iveek score of 34 to 39 before being bowled, and R. Douglas made 14 patiently before he was run out. The bowling honors were shared by W. Rendall, four for 12, and N. Car nie, four for. 17; while Walter Ire land, the emergency wicket-keeper, performed creditably. To-day's match, against East Brnnswick, takes place at Port Mel bourne. The "mat committee" will consist of A. Briggs, R. Douglas and W.. Rendall.

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YACHTING. Open Race Won by The Rip. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 February 1915

YACHTING. Open Race Won by The Rip. More than ordinary interest was manifested last Saturday over tle "Open" race, organised by the Port SMelbournea Yacht Club, consequently. a fair number of residents and viisV tors were present on-the town pier ?h view the contest. The first prize was £5/5/, second £3/3/-, and £1/1/-, presented by Messrs. Oliver, M]orwick, and Mar shall. The Rip was returned an easy win ner by 4 min. 8 sees.; Uira being second, and Fancy third. The course is from a line off the end of the Port Melbourne town piea~i, round the St. Kilda bank pile-light;, round a buoy one mile and a half te the east, round a buoy off Middle Park baths, back to the starting line; twice round (12 miles). There was a light southerly blowing and a smooth sea. An excellent start wasi effeeted, Eric being first across, closely followed by Valkyrie, Namoi, Fancy, Thera, and The Rip, whilst Latona broughtup the rear. It was a beat to the St. Kilda bank pile: light, The Rip rounding the mark...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 February 1915

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 February 1915

PORT ME LBOURNE PIGCTIUIRE THEATRE, CORNER OF BAY & LIARDET STS. OPEN EVERY EVENING. 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 230 p.ml. SPECIALS: for the b npire. A Great War Picture. 25th, 26th, 27th, ,hrough Unknown Agustralia. Sat. and Mon,, 20 and 22. To be Screened during the Week: Staker's Nightmare Topical Budget British Troops in France Second Miss Robink Pimple, Inspector Loyalty of Sumbo Love and Surgery Mistress of Dead wood Basin King Baggot in Notoriety German Fleet in Hiding When the West was Young AND NUMEROUS OTHERS. Complete Change of Programme, Saturday & Wednesday Fresh Programme each Sunday Night. PRICES: DRESS CIRCLE- - Is. STALLS - - SIXPENCE. ,nildren Half Price Week Nights and Matinees. Saturday Nights Excepted * 0 0~r~ 0· .4 -~ Buy your dress materials where you like,...

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WINDOW BREAKING EXTRAORDINARY. Damage Estimated at £14. Lad Convicted on Plea. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 February 1915

WINDOW BREAKING EXTRA ORDINARY. Damage Estimated at £14. Lad Convicted on Plea. The new St. Joseph's Primary. Scbhol at the corner of Bay and Rouse streets sufferbd severely dur ing the Christmas vacation, no fewer than 17 panes of plate glass in the windows being smashed by stones. The damage was estimated by -the contractor for the structure at £14. Charked with breaking two panes, valued at £3/7/-, William Goddard Knell, 19 years of age, residing at 281 Graham street, pleaded guilty at the local court on Monday last. Janet Stroud, caretaker, of 49 Nott street, certified to the damage done; Prior Scanlan to the property being vested in the Carmelite Fathers, and four youths who had been playing cricket at the rear of the school cer tified to two panes of glass being smashed by a-lad on Decenirber 29, but they could not identify the ac cused as the one who threw the stones, in fact, the last of these wit nesses, Amos Bellatti, gave his opin ion that accused was not the lad he saw t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 February 1915

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Methodist. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 February 1915

Methodist. TIHIavsct Phan ksgiviug Services will be conducted t'o-morrow at the Grm ham street Methodist Church. The preachers at 11 a.m. will he the Rev. John1 Staftord. anad at 7 p.m. the Rev. R. S. Joyce.

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 February 1915

RIFLE SHOOTING. Handicaps for the F. J. Derham aggregate and spoon, 14 shots at 500 yards, and the matbh against Haw thorn to be fired this afternoon at the local range: Captain T. Prest, J. Gibbons, G. Watt, 2; H. Watt, R. Sutcliffe, A. Fadersen, D. C. Lang, 3; J. Rum mage, and H. Ferris. 4; D. Paterson, C. Harradence, J. Kinsella, F. All well, 5; W. Prest, M. W. Young, M. Murphy, 6; D. Sinclair, H. Howard, W. Paterson, 7; A. Paterson, D. MIol loy,. 8; A. O'Brien, J. O'Brien, W. O'Brien, E. Le Page, 9; J. R. White, T. Page, 10; G. T. Jones, 12; T. Mol loy, 16; S. Connor, 20; W. R. Har ris, and H. Jamieson, 25 . Result of Pool shoot, 14 shots at 400 yards, fired last Saturday:--J. Gibbons. 70, 1, 70; A. Fadersen, 69, 1, 70;C. Harradence, 66, 5, 70; R. Sutcliffe, 66, 2, 68; G. T. Jones, 59, 10, 69; W. Prest, 61, 5, 66; T. Page, 59, 7, 66; H.'Watt, 64, 1, 65; G. Watt, 62, 1, 63.

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