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FOOTBALL CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
FOOTBALL. CLUB ANNUAL MEETING, Enthusiasm is .wanted on the part of the publie in the affairs of the Port M\elbourne Football Club. If wholehlearied support is not afforded the club' cannot be expected to suc ceed on'the field as we should desire to see it succeed. A good attendance is therefore looked for at the annual meeting of the club, which takes place in the Town Hall on the even ing of Monday, February 23rd. Nominations are wanted for the office bearers-president, five vice-presi dents, five of a committee, two dele gates, treasurer and secretary. These must reach the secretary at eight on the night of Monday, February 9th, and anyone desirous of handing in names can obtain nomination forms from the secretary or treasurer:
PORT MAN INJURED. Heidelberg Station Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
PORT MAN INJURED. Heidelberg Station Accident. A Port Melbourne resident was the victim of a serious accident at Hei delberg railway station on Monday. His name is Frederick Kreeger (50), 159 Dow Street, and on Monday night he was admitted to Melbourne Hos pital sufferiuir from concussion of the brain, a badly cut head and shock. Krec'cr was standing on Hei delberi railwvay station when he sud delnly reeled and f:ell from thle plat f'orm to the permanent way, striking his head against a rail. He was tI ken in the train to the city by Senior Constable Moulan, of Heidel berg, and thence to the hospital in a St. John ambulance. Teacher (to dull boy in mathemat ics): You should be ashamed of your self. Why at your age George Wash ington was a surveyor. Pupil: Yes, sir; and at your age he was President of the United States.
ARCHBISHOP'S VIEWS. No Obligation to Consult Vestry. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
ARCHBISHUOP'S VIEWS. No Obligation to Consult Vestry. When interviewed in connection with Mr. Tufl's remarks, Dr. Lowther Clarke, the Anglican Arcllbishop of Melbourne, said that there was no ob ligation imposed on him to consult or immediately inform church vestries when he made a clerical appointment. "Sometimes," remarked Dr. Clarke, "I consult the vestries before making an appointment, and sometimes I do not. There was no special reason in this case why I should have consulted the vestry 'at Port Melbourne. The appointment, since there' is no board of nomination, in connection with 1oly T'rinity. was entirely in my hands, and in making and amniouncinmg it, I followed the usual course."
THE NEW VICAR. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
THE NEW VICAR. : TIr Rev.' :Willii ?AMcKie. who has ;bee l ichosen lbyi the Archbishop to succeed the Re , .Hx.S, taiiley Hollow, afti, winmnfing a.i Diocesan exhibition, proceded to iinnti College, Mel boiine e.: e was deaconed in 1889 iaiid 'ieste?lini 189).. He became cluate; of . St :T1'fiiomas's, Essendon, in 1889:SS In:1i9S3. iewas appointed to St.N P ul's,;:Ascot" Vale, and from thiere \s;,.ti?:rnsi~fei ed to St. Phillip's. Collii"gwood '' OS. In 1905 he be linme Sicarfo ts.I. :john's, Heidelberg. I? 1i:.O he.i as -appointed Rural :deaniof M oelbourie East. In 1912 he became iOliEaplini; 'to the hospitals. Last yea'hr o'lias appointed to I-Toly Triiity,:G CobIgM and from there he :omes to:tihe Port. Mr. 'McKie is a ittiried:man with five children. Mrs. McKie is an MI.A. of Melbourne Uni *ei-sit.. _; ..... ._. ...
AN APPRECIATION. (The Editor of the "Standard.") "Bay View," 19 Ross-street, Port Melbourne, 28/1/'14. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
AN APPRECIATION. (The Editor of the "Standard.") "Bay View," 19 Ross-street, Port Melbourne, 28/1/'14. Dear Sir.-It was with the most profound sorrow that the members of the Port Melbourne Swimming Club, of which the late Mr. Rege Allen was a highly respected member, learned of his sad death. He was amongst us only the day before. Besides being well-liked among his club mates, he was one of our most popular citizens, and it is with the deepest reget that we lose so honorable a personality. On behalf of members of P.M.S.C. F'aithfully yours, E. J. IIOLMES.
PORT MELBOURNE STALL. Satisfactory Progress. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
PORT MELBOURNE STALL. Satisfactory Progress. Good progress is reported in con nection with the organisation of Port Melbourne's stall, presided over by the Mayoress (Mrs. A. L. Page) at the forthcoming Druids' Gala, pro .ceeds from which are to be devoted to the Austii Hospital and kinder gartens. Donations in cash and goods have been secured by helpers, and substantial outside donations to wards pripting, etc. A list of these will appear next issue. On Wednesday evening in the sup per-room at the Town Hall. a euchre party was held. There were quite 50 participants. and a plea sant evening was spent. Mrs. Doyle won the lady's prize, and Mr. J. Bruce. the gent.'s. A meeting of the committee will be held next Thursday evening in the Mayoi's-room, at 7.30.
LONDON COLLEGE OF MUSIC. Successful Candidates. (Pupils of Miss Daley.) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
LONDON COLLEGE OF MUSIC. Successful Candidates. (Pupils of Miss Daley.) [n the June examinations, 1913, the passes include the followrug: Primaury ' Section.- Pased ':I Esther Brady. :Interuiediate.-Miiisrt Ciass Certificatc: Elsie Thaclrkia.lAd anceed Senior.-First Class` Certfi; ite: Ha zel Anketell. cCuinulitivel Ceitificte :' I:Tlzel Auketell.. T-heoiry Junior 11ionours.-First 'Class' Certificate : Hlazel Anketell. December. Examinationis. I'Elementary.-First Class ' Certifi cnteo: Florcice E?dcs. .Passed : Doris' 1Killick; EstherBrlidy " Iniermediate -First Class , Certificate: - Gladys Schmidt. Senior -;-First Class` Certi ficate: ,Gertrudle Whiter. Passed: Elsie Tlihackrth.i
MR. ALLEN'S TRAGIC DEATH. Falls from Moving Train. Over City Viaduct. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
MR. ALLEN'S 'TRAGIC DEATH. Falls from Moving Train. Over City Viaduct. Throughout Port Melbourne a sen sation was caused on Tuseday, when it was learned that Mr. Reginald Wal ter Allen had been the victim of a tragic railway fatality. He fell out of a Port Melbourne train and was so shockingly injured that he ,died an hour after admission to Mel bourne Hospital. Nobody can say how the accident occurred, as there was nobody present in the compart ment out of which Mr. Allen fell. All that is known is that he was seated alone in a city-bound train after midday when the strange fatal ity took place in passing over the railway viaduct at Clarendon Street. He was then on his way to the Gen eral Post Office where 'he was em ployed as a letter sorter. As the train passed across the bridge he apparently mistook the iron railing for the Flinders Street platform, and although the train was travelling at a very rapid speed he stepped through the door of the Tait carriage in which, he was! ridi...
BARGAIN HUNTERS BUSY. Local Drapery Sales Now On. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
BAFIGAIN HUNTERS BUSY. Local Drapery Sales Now On. This is the time of the year when the magic wvord, "Bargains !" attracts the .thrifty housewives as jam attracts the flies. / There is nothing which gives the -ladies so much pleasure as to visit the drapery, emporiums and see goods which are 'marked down frnom the original prices. Bargain hunters need not leave Port Mel bourne to mo 'to the city when they want to get articles cut down to bed rock prices. Local merchants can beat the up-town drapers every time, as they have not the same big rents to pay as the city shopkeepers. Our advertising columns give particulars of three special sales now in pro gress. MESSRS. MOORE AND CO. At Messrs. Moore and Coy's cash drapery stores, 313-17 Bay Street, the half-yearly sale furnishes chances to buyers on the hunt for cheap goods. The remnant tables offer big bargains, and all their stock is ticketed at figures which will well re-pay ladies who know when they are getting good value for their...
ELECTRIC SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
ELECTRIC SPARKS;i Port A.N.A. Want the Art Union resumed. Their straight-from-the-shoulder speakers had something strong to say of the Fete sports and hanquct at Tuesday's meeting. In connection withll-Port Melbourne stall at the Druids' Gala a success ful euchre party was held oin Wed nesday night. Among the wreaths at "Mr. R. Allen's funeral was one fromi the local swimming club,. of which he, was a popular member. Nominations for the positions of office bearers in the Port Melbourne Football Club close on Monday The anunul meeting takes place in the Town Hall on February 23rd. The few drunks who made their appearance in the local court )n Monday morning found the Bench in a mellow mood. They got off easily. A.N.A. Day was, of course, the reason. A vote of sympathy with the Rev. Mr. S. Sandiford, Mornington, in his recent accident was passed at the Holy Trinity annual meeting on Wed nesday, on the motion of Mr. Hay man, seconded by Mr. Banton. Among the list of century-getters in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
TWO DOSES GIVE RELIEF "I am subject to bowel troubles which cause pain and inconvenience," writes Mr. Alfred Wane, 185 Auburn road, Auburn, Vie., "but two doses of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy give immediate relief. I am pleased to know there is such a safe and certain remedy as Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and al ways keep a bottle handy." Sold by E. Parsons, 161 Bay-street. BROUGHT TO BAY Are those enemies of civilisation, Indi gestion and Dyspepsia, when Dr Shel don's Digestive Tabules are employed. 1/6 and 2/6 per tin. Obtainable every where. CO RIGAINS Seventh Half-yearly DRAPERY SALE. IS iOWVY Oth. Genuine Reductions in All Departments. 393-5 BAY STREET, PORT MELBOURNE. " . GOOD BEER GOOD SPIRITS Dispensed with courtesy. Your.Patronage Appreciated by H. E. DRAPER, AT THE Washington Hotel, Corner uf Mott and Rouse Streets, PORT MELBOURNE. A. A. PPAPP®L/L, ELECTRICAL ENGINEER and GENERAL ELECTRICIAN.;-.. Instals your Electric Light as you like it at a Pri...
OBITUARY. Death of Mr. A. B. Whitton. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
OBITUARY. Death of Mr. A.. B. Whifton.A A popular personality iil Port Mel bourne has passed away i'i Mr. Alf. B. Whitton, of the Flower Hotel, Bay street, whose death occui'red oi Sat- urday at the early age of' 30 years. Mr. ' Whitton :came to Australia, 61 years ago. from Dulndee, in:the north of Scotland.'where his fumily*vare held in high esteem. He' was boir in Bos ton, U.S.A., where his fatlicr ',was then a customs officci, but wis taken to Dundee by his pinents :wien he was very young. On coming to Australia3 Mr. Whitton was employed firist of all at Bacchus Marsh; with Mrs. Banks., Subsequently lie wais engaged - with Messrs. Young and Jackson hi the city, and about 21 years ago he took over the Flower Hotel from . Mrs. Walsh. H-e married Miss Connell, of Bacchus Marsh, who is left with two children. one only three weeks old, to mourn his loss. The cause of his death was internal hemorrhage, fol lowing on tvnhoid fever. His inter ment took place at Bacchus Marsh on Monday. ...
Silver Stars v. Eltham. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 31 January 1914
Silver Stars v. Eltham. This match took place on the latter's ground, and after a very interesting game the Stars were victorious. The scores were:-Eltham, 55 runs; Sil ver Stars, 4 wickets for 81 runs. The bowling for the winners was done by A. Dredge, 6 wickets for 22 runs; C. Sidwell, 2 wickets for 17 runs, and W. Coxon 1 wicket for 7 runs, and the batting honors fell to J. Corr 26 runs (who played a fine innings), A. Dredge, 18; C. Sidwell, 15; and A. B. Harper 12 runs, not out. On Monday (Foundation Day) the Stars were pitted against the Fern tree Gully C.C., and expected to find a more difficult task set them, but events proved that such was not the case as they ran out very easy win ners by 39 runs on the first innings. The scores were:-Ferntree Gully, 1st innings 36 runs; Stars, 1st inn ings 75 runs; 2nd innings, 79 runs. The individuals who distinguished themselves in the batting department were A. Dredge, 24 runs; J. Turner, 23 runs; W. Coxon, 18 and 11; A.B. Harper, 18 an...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
~eroavemont Noticos. M RS. REG W. ALLEN and Relatives "sincerely THANK their rmany kind friends for expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, telegrams, letters, and cards; also the Rev. R. S. Joyce, Sister Mary, G.P.O. Staff, and Port Melbourne Swimming Club for their kinkness during their recent sad bereavement. 156 Farrell Street, Port Melbourne. "" he £tandard." "To fight with its might In the cause of Right, Is the duty of the Press." ADVANCE PORT MELBOURNE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7th, gr94
Swallow and Ariell's v. St. John's, Toorak. 3rd Grade Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
Swallow and Ariell's v. St. John's, Toorak. 3rd Grade Competition. - This match was played on the ground of the latter, at Toorak. St. John's, batting first, were all disposed of for 85 runs, the principal scorers being Pal'oissien 23, Myers 13, Bur rowes 13. G. Young captured three wickets for 13 runs, Kerley two for 17, Cody two for 22, and Oldmau one for 15. Swallow and Ariell's first innings produced 92 runs, Harrington making -20, ;R: Byrne 19, Collins 17, and Ker lev 10.' The match will be concludcl toldhay.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
' .DISORDERED LIVER. "For disorders of the liver and sto mcach there is no .better medicine than! Chamberlain's T'Pablets." writes Mrs.I Margaret J. Watson, Emerald, Q. "Ii suffered with had headaches eassed by a disordered liver. Hearing my cus tomers speak so highly of Chamberlain's Tablets I thought i?ould try what they would do for me. After the first few doses I noticed an improvement, and after I had taken a couple of boxec found myself quite relieved of head aches, which have not returned." Sold by E. Parsons, grocer, Bay-~ate~t. SIMPLY WONDERFUL. "1yr little gir, 7elda suffered so cond tinuously with croup that, began to thinkl she would ever get bettp,? writes Mrs. Gauntlett, 160 Adelaide RIoad, Newtown, N.Z. ''Scing Cham berlain's Cough Remedy advertised, I thought I would try it and could seo a change in her straight away. It is simply wonderful how quickly Cham berlain's Cough Remedy relieved the child.'' Sold by E. Parsons, grocer, Bay-street. YOUR PROPERTY. We have nma...
LABOR'S AFFAIRS. Local League's Meeting. South African Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
LABOR'S AFFAIRS. Local League's Meeting. South African Trouble. At.the ordinary branch meeting of the P.L.C. ou ionday. evening, the atteudance was comparatively good. Mr. G. Sangster, M.L.A., the Mayor (Cr. A. L. Page) and Crs. Smith, Sin clair, Russell, and Gill were the pub lic. representatives present. Mr. A. Tucker (president) presided. The Mayor'reported, in regard to the Stevenson bheefit, that the Coun cil had donated £2, the amount of hall reit., and. that £9/0/6 was the result of the entertainment.--Re ceived. Charge Preferred. The Mayor asked if a reply had been received from the Central Exe cutive, in regard to a charge laid against him by Cr. Russell. Mr. Con .nif. the secretary, read a communica tion from the Executive pointing out that the matter should be dealt with 'oy'the branch: At a later stage the Mayor asked that the subject should be dealt with, when the president re plied that the executive committee would deal with it. Martial Law and Our Defence Act. The Ma...
TOWN COUNCIL. Railway to New Pier. West Side Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
TOWN COUNCIL. Railway to New Pier. West Side Water Supply. The ordinairy fortnightly meeting of the Town Council was held on Tuesday, Mayor Page presiding. Horse Bathing Area. A comnnunication from the South 4.elbourne Council was read stating that no objection was taken to bath ing horses for 75 yards east of the Pickles Street drainage pier before 9 a.m., but that the council had con sidered it advisable, in view of the public using the foreshore, to close all entrances thereto. Horses could enter from the Port Melbourne boundary of the jetty. Councillors remarked, "not bad." The letter was received. Analysis Wanted. The Grocers' Association of Victoria wrote asking that in cases where sam ples of merchandise were taken from storekeepers for -analysis and proved genuine, the result should be communi cated to the Association so as to re lieve any anxiety on the part of store keepers.-Received. No action to be taken. Railway Bookings. Complaint was made to the Railway Department con...
EXECUTORS' SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
EXECUTORS' SALES. Two executors' sales are advertised to take place in Port Melbourne, on Saturday, February 14th. Both I are beinl conducted by Messrs. D. C. I 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 planade West, close to Rouse Street and the beareh, and the sale, which is a;t p'clock, is taking place to wind !up the estate of the late Mr. Thomas Carson. TIh sgeenfl sale, which is instructed by the executor of the late Mr. C. I-I. Allmhnark, is that of the well-built W.B. cottage, 5 rooms and conveniences, situated at 28 Evans Street, close to Graham railway sta tipl. It is timed for 4 o'clock.
INEBRIATES. In Varying Stages. "Encouraging Sneak Thieves." [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
INEBRIATES. In Varying Stages. "Encouraging Sneak Thieves." "These men who go getting drunk with money in their pockets are. the men who keep sneak thieves." So pro claimed Mir. G. Read Murphy, Police Mag-istrate, at the local court on Mon day, after Constable Morris had ex plained that he had arrested a man, blind drunk, lying in Beach-street, last Saturday night. The man, Edward I James Lawrence, had £6 in gold and silver, and a bank-book showing a crc lit balance of £140, in his possession. However, Lawrence did not respond when called upon, and was ordered to pay £1. or do three days.