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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 27 February 1915
THERE'S A LONG LIST. There is a long list of mothers in your community who will tell you that they keep Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, always on hand. That they never allow a cold to get a firm hold in their home. That they have found that one or two doses of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy taken at the first symptoms will ward off the se verest cold. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the mothels favorite, and it can be given to any nember of the family, from the eldest to the young est. Sold by E. Parsons. wroer, Bay Street. PAINS IN THE STOMACH. While this ailment is not danger ous it is uot at all pleasant and auny one who is subject to attacks of it will be pleaSed to learn how quick relief may be had. A dose of Cham berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Reme dy in a little water is all that is une cessary. It is an ideal remedy for this complaint, for it always effects immediate relief and is pleasant to take. Sold by E. Parsons, grocer, Bay Stret. A VALUABLE REMEDY. Piles are a most distressing ...
St. JOSEPH'S BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 27 February 1915
St. JOSEPH'S BAZAAR.; A notable bazaar will be opened on Monday evening next in St. Joseph's Hall, Rouse street, by the Rev. Dr. Mannix. The function has been or ganised by the Carmelite Fathers and adherents to St. Joseph's, as a means of liquidating the debt on the new primary school erected at the colurner of Bay and Rouse streets, and pre sent indications point to the outcome being very satisfactory. The bazaar will be found to possess all the at tractions nssociated with such under takings, and the articles to be dis posed of are of a valuable and use ful description. It will remaili open for business for a couple of weeks. The public are cordially invited.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 27 February 1915
PORT MELBOURNE PICTURE THEATRE, CORNER OF BAY & LIARDET STS. OPEN EVERY EVENINC. SUNDAY EVENING, SPECIAL PROGRAMME at 8 o'clock; (MATINEE Every Satqrday at 2,30 pm, Professional Orchestra This Theatre is Conducted en tirely by UNION :LABOR. SPECIAL PRIZES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS at the IVatinee To-day, AT 230 p.m. To be Screened during the Week : A Baby Did it Helping Mother Oh, What's the Use For love of Him Myer's Mistake Thumbs Up The Eternal City Little Sister Topical Budget Beautiful Jim Fatal High C. No. 28 Diploma AND NUMEROUS OTHERS. Complete Change of Programme, Saturday & Wednesday Fresh Programme:each Sunday Night. PRICES: DRESS CIRCLE - - Is. STALLS - - SIXPENCE. bnlrdren Half Price Week Nights and Matinees. Saturday Nights Excepted os Buy your dress materials where you like, BUT Bring them to us to be Made Up. OUR CHARGES ARE. Unlined Costumes from ... 7/6 Lined Costumes from...... 12/6 Costs and-Skirts from ... 15/ Ull)ined Blouses from.. ... 2/6 Unlined Ski...
YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 27 February 1915
YACHTING. The local club held a race on Sat urday last, the course being fionom the lagoon to the pile light, then to i buoy one mile in an easterly direc tion. thence to a buoy off. Kerfo'd road pier, back to the starting line, twice round, a distance of about 10 miles. At the start the wind was light and from the N.N.W. This enabled the boats to carry their full sails. A good start was effected and the Thera gradually opened a gap between her self and the other boats, eventually finishing the first round at 4-.11, fol lowed 4 rmins. 50 secs. aInter by the Valklyie, then in .order the Myra, Rambler, Winsome, 'Lnatona. and Fro lice, all within three minutes of each other. As these boats were rounding the mark, the wrind changed and came up so strongly out of the west that it necessitated the Thera. Valkyrie, and Latona reducing sail- while the Rambler and Myra B. retired after plugging into itfor some time. The remaining boats finished the course and the race on corrected times, res...
Baptist Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 27 February 1915
Baptist Cricket Club. On Sahirday last the above club commenced the return match with South Melbourne, oil tile Albert Park reserve. Tile South captain winming the toss, sent the Ports in to bat on a fast wicket. 3'Kissock and Callander, opening up. were both dis posed of for no runs, and with the third wicket down for one run, things looked bhad, and still wore when the whole side were out for the, uoderaLte score of 20. Carnie. six, for 13, (including the hat triclk); M'Gregor. four for 7, shared thile bowlirng hon ors. South Melbourlne put together !)95 before being all out. M'Kissock. two for 5; Kelley, three for 12. Intending players and ,iumpi)orters please note:-Baptist F.C. are hohll inm ammiml Imeetiiing oi 'luesdmvy. Marmih itthm. it 7.30 p.m.
CORRESPONDENCE. The Starving Belgians. Mayor Smith Appeals for Help. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 27 February 1915
CORRESPONDENCE. ----4---- The Starving Belgians. Mayor Smith Appeals for Help. To the Editor of the "Staidard." Sir,-No apology is needed for tlie subject matter of this effusion. The appeal under date Londoi, 20th Feb ruary, and published in our morn ing journals of the 22nd inst. in the name of the 7,000,000 Belgians who are still in Belgium, and unable to help themselves, probes. Surely we who "live, move, and have our being'" at the very giteway of this thrice happy State will not be appealed to in vain.. We are told that £1,250,000 must be provid ed every month. Prodigious fig ures, these; but we Australians, aid ed by the Dominion of Ne~i Zealand, canl find the money if we will. I refrain-purposely refrain-? I from harrowing your feelings by aven the briefest recital of the wrongs that have been suffered, and #.he indignities that have been heaped Ipon these unfortunat but heroically brave people, and it would be a work uf superoragation to enlarge on what these Belgians have ...
Graham Street Wesleys Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 27 February 1915
Graham Street Wesleys Cricket .Cliib Port Melbourne was the scene of operations for the Wes!eys last Sat urday, when they comnenced a match against East Brunswick. Gra ham Street had first~ use of the wic ket and compiled the moderate total qf 77 before the last wicket fell. J. Turner, with 24, was the only bat.man to reaochl double figures. At the call of time East Brunswick had lost 7 wickets for 50, so that the game stands in a very interesting position. J. Turner,2 for 10, W. llendall, 3 for 19, and A. Rliach, 2 for 18, secured the wickets, while the fielding of the local side was very poor. The game will be concluded to-day, when the mut committee will comprise A. Matthews, A. Eddie, and N. Carnie.
A. W. A. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 27 February 1915
A. W. A. The Port Melbourne branch of the A. W:A. held their fortnightly meet ing- on February 17th. Three new members were welcomed into the branch, and two propositions for membership received. It being a toy evening, several nice toys were brought. and arrangements were maide to despatch them to the Ne glected Clhildren's H-ome. Members and f'riends a?r:e having an afternoon pieci,, to (Chelsea on March 13thl. Mrs Suffolk havinv kindly offered the use of her lmhouse. The fare is 1/'4 re turln, so a. good attendance is ex pected.
IRON QUOITS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 27 February 1915
!RON OUOITS. Notes by "PPin Head." Braybrook gave Ports a-wallk-over last Saturday, and to retain form, they held a sweepstake tournament. J. Kensley (4) gave J. Stephen (16) a beating. Harris had 22 start from J. Penhall, but could only score one against the crack. Wood (8) never gave C. Bourke (8) much chance. winning by 9. J. Barnett (18) and MI. Ryan (18) were next, In this game MIax. Ryan threw an aeroplane quoit, and struck the electric light globe. Barnett won. S. Thomas easily defeated ML. Cal vert. E. Lolh (ser.) againstjII. Simmons (5 behind) proved a great go. Lobb once l1ad by 14, buht Simmons, play ing a great uphill game. finished 6 up. The final game in the second round was between J. IHensley and C. Wood. The former played his best game for the day, and won the tournament by three points. To-day Ports play South Yarra at North Melbourne, The van leaves at 2 o'clock for the club rooms. -Members are reminded of their drag picnic to South Morang .to morrow week. Those w...
TENNIS. Local Teams Compete. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 27 February 1915
TENNIS. -- -- - .. Local Teams Competc. A return match was played on Sat· urday last, between the Port Mel bourne Presbyterian and the Port Mfelbourne Town B team, on the ground of the latter. In the previ ous match, the' Presbyterians were defeated by four games, but on this occasion the position was reversed, Town Club B team being defeated by 54 to 24 games. Scores: MEN'S DOUBLES. Anderson and Gardiner (Pres.).beat Cross and S. Dusting (P.M.), 6-1, 6-2. Gardiner and Smith (Pres.) beat L. Dusting and Hawkridge (P.M,.), 6-.., 6-2. MIXED DOUBLES. Anderson and Miss Cribbes (Pres.) lost to Cross and Miss Cohen (P. M.), 5-6. Gardiner and Miss Cribbes (Pres.), beat S. Dusting and Miss Cohen (P.M.), 6-3. Smith and Miss Woods (Pres.); beat L. Dusting and Miss Cohen (P.M.) 6-1. Anderson and Miss Woods (Pres.) beat Hawkridge and Miss Cohen P.M.), 6--4, LADIES' DOUBLES. Miisses Cribbes and N. Wood (Pres.) lost to the Misses Cohen (P.M.), 5-6. Totals: Presbyterians .... 541 games. Port Melbou...
HELP THE BELGIANS. Local Movement Proposed. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 27 February 1915
HELP' THE BELGIANS: Local Movement Proposed. An initiative that came in for gen eral commendation at the coencil committee meeting on Tuesday was advanced by Mrs. C. Wyatt, of Gra-> ham street, who forwarded £1 to the Mayor, as a nucleus for a 1/- fund to help the Belgians. Mrs. Wyatt vouched the opinion that an active canvass for 1/- contributions in Port Melbourne would meet with warm support, believing that general sym pathy was felt towards the-Belgians in their deplorable plight. Cr. Sinclair said he was glad the initiative had been taken by Mrs. Wyatt. The Belgians had sacrificed their lives adut their country, and whilst fightiug their own battle, they were also fighting for Australia. Our people should be spurred on to some greater effort to supply them with the food that was. appealed for. He thought the council should also make a donation. The Mayor said life was prepared to go to any trouble to help the Bel gians, and had called a meeting of ladies and gentlemen for. t...
OUR SOLDIERS AT CAIRO. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 27 February 1915
OUR SOLDIERS AT CAIRO. -4-- The following lines, contributed by. a Victorian soldier ,now in Egypt to ainewspaper published in Cairo, give a ~air/idea as to the feelings of the. men who comprised the Victoriafr Expeditionary Force. The composer, d?oes not desire his identity known :- Thoughts in Mena Camp. (By the Camp Poet). We've settled down in Egypt, The land of flies and sand, - And tho' the life is rotten, The times we have are grand. We've scaled the Mighty Pyramids, And travelled o'er the plain, We've seen the tombs of mighty men, Returned to dust again. - Thro' Citadels and,Native towns, Thro' Forts and Mosques and Tower, Traditions speak of great renown, And days of wealth and power. But days of Pomp have passed away, From this fair sunny land, Too long has Turkey held her sway, Too long she held command. But still the future lies ahead, The day may come--who knows? When Egypt's hosts will rally--then, God help our common foes. The Union Jack now flies aloft, Bespeaking Br...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 27 February 1915
GET QUOT'ATIONS FOR EVERY: DESCRIPTION OF " TIMBER and BUILDING MATERIAL FRon . . J. E. EAR L, Bay-street,- Port Melb. BEFORE GOING ELSEWHERE. BURNS BROS., CASH GR OCERS, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Are renowned for High-Class Goods at Lowe?-. Possible Prices.... OBSERVE THE ADDRESSES AND . :: :MAKE A POINT iOF CALLING. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. r219 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!na about the Clare Castle Hotel, Corner of GRAHAM and ROSS STREETS, Port Melbourne, Mrs. Fred. DAL(ARNO, Licensee, ABBOTSFORD AND CARLTON ALES. BEST BRANDS or WINES, SPIRITS AND CIGARS. ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT. gaAlIoo=k's Standard Billiard Table. -OLD AND NEW FRIENDS WELCOMED. L. J. HOLLAND. - ..:n" LICENSED SANITARY PLUMBER & GASFITTER, end Electricl Bell Hanger. SALTERATIONS, ADDITIONS AND REPAIRS to Sanitary Wor...
RIFLE SHOOTING. At Local Range. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 27 February 1915
RIFLE SHOOTING. At Local Range. SHandicaps for the F. J. Derham Aggregate and Spoon; 14 shots at 600 yards, to be fired for this after noon :-Capt. T. Prest, J. Gibbons, R. Suteliffe, A. Fadersen, 5; H. Watt, G. Watt. 6; W. Prest, D. Paterson, D. C. Lang, J. Rummaige, H. Ferris, 7; C. Harradence, J. T. Kinsella, 8; F. Allwell, 9; D. Sinclair, M. W. Young, A. O'Brien, J. O'Brien, W. O'Brien 10; A. Paterson, D. Molloy, H. Howard, 11; G. T. Jones, E. Le Page, W. Paterson, 12; M. Murphy, T. Page, 14; J. Hiscock, 16; T. M?ol loy, J. R. White, 17; W. R. Harris, 20;-S. Connor, 25; H, Jamieson, 30. Result of scoring in the F. J. Der ham Aggregate and Spoon, 14 shots at 500 yards, fired last Saturday:- W. Prest, 65-6-70; C. Harradence, 64-5-69; H. Ferris, 65-4-69; G. Watt, 67-2-69; R. Sutcliffe, 65-3-68; J. Gibbons, 65-2-67; H. Watt, 62-3-65; H. Howard, 58-7-65; A. Fadersen, 62-3-65; T. Prest, 63-2 65; T. Page, 54-10-64; D. C. Lang, 57-3-60; D. Sinclair, 49-7-56. Match, Port Melbourne v. Haw...
LABOUR'S TRIBUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 27 February 1915
LABOUR'$ TRIBUTE. The foilowing, which we have ex tracted from a Western Australian exchange, relates to a deceased bro ther of Mr. Wnilter Cooke, well-known in this town:- "The dedication ceremony of a drinking . fountain' erected in. the loblby of the Tradesi Hi t6 the mem ory of the late Mr. Charles Cooke, and paid for by public subscription, took place last evening, in the pre sence of some 60 people. Mr. D. Cameron, president of the Metropolitan Council of the A.L.F., c\alled upon the Minister for Lands (Mr. Bath) to make the dedication. The late Mr. Cooke. he said, was one of the most sterling workers associ ated with the pioneering stages of the Labour movement in Western Australia. The fact that the Labour movement was so well organised .to day and wielded such power as it did, was due to men of the -calibre of Mr; Cooke. (Applause.) The Minister for Lands said there could be no better testimony to the qualities of their late comrade than the fact that the fountain was place...
AMONGST THE JUNIORS. North Ports v. South Melbourne Footballers. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 27 February 1915
AMONGST ?l THE JUNIORS. North Ports v. South Melbourne Footballers. South lMelbourne footballers,, who. had scored 285 runs for the loss of six wickets, closed their innings. Nortlih Ports' opening batsnmen were G. Keyhoe and Moon, to the bowling of Franks and Hiddlestone. The first. wicket fell at 3, Moon being bowled by Hiddlestone. Williams joined Keyhoe, and took the score to 17 be fore Franks got- one past Keyhoe. Williams was the only double figure score in the innings, making 16. Hid dlestone secured 7 wickets for 26 runs off eight overs, and Franks 2 wickets for 9 runs off eight overs. Being 244 runs behind. North Port followed on. Keyhoe and Moon were the opening batsmen to the bowling of Gray and Wellington. The first wicket fell at 15, Keyhoe being caught for 12. Williams and Moon added 42 runns for the second wicket. Another collapse followed, eight wie kets being down for 86. E. Keyhloe and Bowden added 14. runs for the last wicket.. the ilnings closing for 100, South M...
THE TOWN PIER. Tender Accepted for Reconstruction. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 27 February 1915
THE TOWN PIER. Tender Aocepted for Reconstruction. The IHarbor Trust has decided to reconstruct the larger portion of the town pier, and on Monday nccepted the tenderl of Messrs W. S. Ward and Co., for labor only, the amount be ing £6,45/17/0. Tho work of roconstructing the pier i~ estimated to cost £16,00~0, the Trust fluding all-the material re quired. Wherever practicable it is intended to utilise the old material in conjunction with the new. The portion to be re-built is to be 908 feet long and 120 feet wide.