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OUR SENIOR CRICKETERS. Ports v. Elsternwick. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 March 1915
OUR SENIOR CRICKETERS. Ports v. Elsternwick. Scores: Port Melbourne. First Innings .. ....... 228 Second Innings. J. O'Brien, b Maynard . . . . 0 B. Hodgetts, b Gelding . . . 42 F. Wilmott, c Morcom, b Curphy 23 G. St. John, not out. . . . . 9 B. M?'Coll, c Wyndhani, b Curphy 2 A. Rademacher, not out . . . - 3 Sundry . . ...-..... 1 Four. wickets for .: ..... 80. Bowling.-A. Curphy, two wickets for 25 runs; H.. Gelding, one for 7; R. B. Maynard, one for 18. Elsternwick. First Innings. H. Wyndham, c Schaefer, b J. M 'Coll .. .. .. ... . .. ... 13 A. Morcom, b J. M'Coll .... .. 0 A. Curphy, b J. M'Coll .. .... 2 G. Moore, b Taylor .. .. .. .. 2 H. Gelding, b B. M'Coll .. ..... . 73 R. Carbeno, st. Schaefer, b B. M'Coll ... .. .... ........ i7 R. B. Maynard, c and b Taylor . 37 F. Archer. not out ,... .. .... 14 R. Williams, b B. M'Coll . .-.... 0 J. Snape, c B. M'Coll, b Taylor 8 C. Moore, b B. M'Coll .. .. .. 2 Sundries .. .. .. .. . ... . 5 Total .. .. .. .. .. 173 Bowling.-J. M'CoU...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 March 1915
PORT MELBOURNE PICTURE T EATRE, 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 2.30 p.m. To be. Screened during the Week: ITALIAN EARTH QUAKE. JACK SPRATT AS A WOUNDED PRUSSIAN. Fighting Selina. TILLY AT THE FOOT BALL MATCH. he Jndian JEWELS OF SAC RIFICE. Branded for Life. Breakfast Time. Father's Flirtation He Never Said a Word. Topical Budget. Cricket on the Hearth. WAY OF LIFE. Through the Dark WAR NEWS. Sunday's Stars VENGEANCE. 2,ooo Feet. For the Love of rMary. Complete Change of Programme, Saturday & Wednesday Fresh Programme each Sunday Night. PRICES: DRESS CIRCLE - - is. STALLS - - SIXPENCE. bnllaren Half Price Week Nights and Matinees. Saturday Nights Excepted All. Buy- your dress materials where you like, SBUT Bring them.to us to be Made ...
CRICKET. Railway United v. Balmain. V.J.C.A., Third Grade, Semi-Final. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 March 1915
CRICKET. Railway United v. Balmain. V.J.C.A., Third Grade, Semi-Final. The semi-final of the third grade competition was commenced on Sat urday, when the Railway United met the Balmain at Albert Park. The Balmain, going in first, made 74, and the Railway United, at the close of the day's play, had lost four wickets for 52. Balmain-First Innings. McNeill, b M'Donald .. .. .. 7 Barr. e M'Donald, b Cardwell . 2 Hewitt, a Cardwell, b M'Donald 0 Pincott, lbw., b M'Donald . . 2 Hillard, C., c Birch, b Cardwell 23 - Hynes, b M'Donald .. .. .... 8 Morrison, e M'Donald, b Tyrrell 11 Coleman, b Edwards .. .... . 6 Ord, not out.... ...... .. 10 Davidson, e Edwards, b M'Don ald .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 0 Hillard, J., c Edwards, b Card well.. .... ........ 1 Sundries .. ..... .. . . .. 4 Total .. .... .. .. .. 74 Bowling.-Ca.rdwell, three )vickets for 8 runs;i M'Donald, five-'for 32; Tyrrell, one for 9; Edwards, one for 13. Railway United.-First Innings. Reilly, stpd., b Barr .. ...... 21 Tyrrell...
ITEMS OF NEWS. Postal Blunder. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 March 1915
ITEMS OF NEWS. Postal Blunder. Interesting light has been thrown on the confusion which existed last December, when Mr. E. F. Russell posted-his nomination to.the Bendigo Federal Selection Committee in the Labor intei'est. Mr. Russell first post ed a nomination to Mr W. J. M'II drew, secretary of. the campaign committee, at his address in Eagle hawk. Ascertaining that Mr. A. Stephens had been appointed return ing-officer, MIr. Russell posted a se cond nomination to that gentleman, but neither was received. The .Cen tral Executive of the P.L.C., knowing that MIr. Russell had duly posted his nominations in time fo. the ballot, in seirted his name on the ballot form,, but this was rejected by the Bendigo branch as informal, and Mr. Russell was consequently excluded. On the 11th inst., Mr. M'Ildrew communi cated with ex-Cr. Russell statihig that the nomination was received that morning. Although properly ad dressed, jt had been sent to London, arid back again to hin?. The sdcond nominat...
MOTORISTS FINED. Car and Cycle Drivers Timed. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 March 1915
MOTORISTS FINED. Car and Cycle Drivers Timed. Since complaints were voiced by the Town Council in regard to the dangerous speeds at which motorists travel through the main street at Port Melbonrne during all' hours of the day and evening, Constables Bourke and Fitzgerald have devoted considerable attention in the direc tion of timing motorists, with the re sult that numerous prosecutions have followed. On Thursday a further number of offenders were charged be fore Messrs. Armstrong, Smith (chairman), Howe, and Testro.. J.'sP. at the local court. Did "Crow" Fly. The first charged was Archibald Crow, junior. Constable Bourke said that over a measured section of 300 yards in Crockford street defendant traversed the distance in 22 seconds, equal to 28 miles an hour. There were six side streets enterinig the section. Defendant, in a long address, en deavoured to explain that his speed - could not have been dangerous to the public, but would not contradict the constables in regard to the ...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 March 1915
RIFLE SHOOTING. By Port Melbourne Club. This afternoon,-5 spoon shoot, 14 shots at 600 yards, will be contested on the local range. Handicaps: Capt. on the local range. Scores:-Capt. T. Prest, J. Gibbons. R. Sutcliffe, A. Fadersen, G. Watt, 6; H. Watt, D. Paterson, J. Rummage, 7; D. C. Lang, C. Harradence, J. T. Kinsella, W. Prest, D. Sinclair, H. Ferris, 8; LM. W. Young, A. O'Brien, J. O'Brien, W. O'Brien, 10; A. Paterson, 11; D. Molloy, E. Le Page, H. Howard, J. Hiscock, W. Paterson, 12; G. T. Jones, 14; T. Page, M. Murphy, 15; T. Molloy, J. R. White, 17; W. R. Harris, 20; S. Connior, 25; H. Jamie son, 30. Result of last Saturday's spoon, 14 shots at 400 yards:-J. Hiscock, 59. 14, 70; C. Harradence, 63, 4, 67; H. Howard; 60, 7, 67; H. Ferris, 61, 5, 66; T. Prest, 66, 0, 66; G. Watt,. 65, 0. 65; G. T. Jones, 55, 10, 65; D. Sinclair, 59, 5 64; D. C. Lang, 59, 3, 62; W. Prest, 57, 5, 62; H. Watt, 60, 1. 61; J. Rummage, 54, 4, 58; J.: Gibbons, 58, 0, 58; R. Sutcliffe, 56, 1, 57. The F...
Traveller Pays Compliment. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 March 1915
Traveller Pays Compliment. Addressing a member of Port Mel bourne's /police force a traveller who had just returned from an extended trip abroad, and was preparing to embark on shipboard en route for Sydney, said he would like to pay a compliment to the tramway manage ment as he had found it in Victoria. The gentleman said for attention, discipline, and respect for passengers the system beat anything existing in the world, and he felt that to depart without -so -expressing himself would be to leave a duty undone, although, perhaps, it would do little or no good to anybody.. We here in Victoria also know ahd appreciate the good discipline anid management of the cable framwa.ys, and trust that in the near future when the lines revert_ to Government or municipal hands that similar control will be exer cised. Under- any circumstances save us from the indignities one suf fers on the electric system of New, South Wales-a Government ven ture.
PORT THEATRE. Big Week's Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 March 1915
PORT THEATRE. Big Week's Pictures. The management of -the Port The atre announces that they will show to-night and Monday and Tuesday evenings the -big star picture. "The .Idian," which lias attracted large ,audieeiies at Iloyt's durin, the paist week. "Branded for Life," is another star to be shownI on the same even ings. The stars in the programmes for Wednesday, Thursday, and Fri day are "Father's Flirtations." "Cricket on the Hearth," . and "Through the Dark." The 'stairs for Sunday evening are "Vengeance." 2,000 feet.. and "Far the Love of Mary."?. A full list of the various .lilms appears in this issue.
Lodge's Jubilee Celebrations. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 March 1915
Lodge's Jubilee' Celebrations. The fortnightly meeting of the Rising Star Tent was held on the 11th inst., Bro. J. Greig, C.R., pre siding. It was decided to enter two teams for the inter lodge bowling tournament. Bro. C. Trewavis (see retary) estimated that 18 lodges would participate in the competition, and in some instances two teams would be nominated. The social im pjortance of the venture should re suilt in increased attendances. Cele brations to commemorate the lodge's jubilee will be held about the middle of April. A pleasant Sunday after noon is to be held in the town hall on April 18th, Senator Fiulayson, of Queensland, having consented to give air address. A first-class programme, including the Royal Male Quartette Party, is being arratged. This will be followed on the Tuesday evening by a concert interspersed with bio scope views, and on the Thursday a united tent meeting is to be held in the Temperance Hall. Bros. W. Ward and P. Mee announced that dispen-. sary authorit...
HOLY TRINITY. House Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 March 1915
HOLY TRINITY. House Bazaar. The House Bazaar at Holy Trinity Vicarage on Saturday last was a great success. The opening ceremony was performed by Mrs. F. T. Der -hmi.?_tho.-lvas one of the. first presi dents to the Ladies' Guild, when it was formed in the Parish. In a tasteful little speech. Mrs. Derham declared the bazaar open and ex pressed the hope that it might prove very successful. Mrs. Glen Knight, the present president of the guild. moved a hearty vote of thanks to Mrs. Derham, which was carried by acclamation. A bouquet of flowers was presented to Mrs. Derham by Miss Norma Freame. A brisk busi ness was done at the various stalls, which were well stocked with artistic and saleable articles. Visitors from Coburg entertained the company with Mrs. Jarley's waxworks, which was greatly appreciated by a large audi ence of young and old. All present agreed that the bazaar was a very pleasant gathering and th commit tee are to be congratulr'ted on its success. Following are the stal...
TENNIS. Presbyterian Clubs. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 March 1915
TENNIS. Presbyterian Clubs. The semi-final match between the Bridge street Presbyterians and Oak leigh, was played on the Collingwood court on Saturday, 6th March, and resulted in a win for Port Melbourne. The following are the scores: - - Mixed Doubles. AndersQnand Miss Lanidels (P.M.) lost to Middleton anid Miss McAliece (O0),. 3-9. - .Gardner iand Miss W. Anderson (P. M.) beat Mason and Miss Tuhan (0) " . and Mrs. Sheldrick (P.M.) beat Lister and Miss Laybon (0.), 9-0. Smith and Miss Wood (P.M.) beat Orr and MIiss Capon (0.), 9-3. Gent.'s Doubles. Anderson and Gardner (P.M.) lost to Middleton and Mason (0.), 7-9. Smith and Sheldrick (P.M)' beat Lister and Orr (0.), 9.-=2. Ladies' Doubles. Misses W. Anderson and Landels (P.M.) beat Misses McAliece and -Tu .han (0.), 6-4. Miss Sheldrick and Miss Wood (P., M:)" beat Misses Capon and.Laybon (0.), 6-2. Totals-Port Melbourne, 58; 'Oak leigh, 30., All members and friends are in vited to be present on the Albert Park. couirt to-day at 2 ...
Enterprise Rewarded. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 March 1915
EnterpriseRewarded. At Messi's. Swallow and Ariell's picnic on Saturday week' a sugges tion thrown out by Miss Holmes re sulted in £3/16/ being collected to wards the Belgian Relief Fund. Op portunity was taken during the serv ing of afternoon tea to make the col lection, the following taking part:- Misses E. Holmes, C. Anderson. S. Noble, M. Cross, A. McKissoek, A. Cunningham, E. Boyd, L. O'Brien, D. Ogleby. M. Shippick; and Mrs. Hewr itt. Mr. D. Kelleher afterwards moved a vote of thanks to the ladies, which was seconded by Mr. Ward and supported by Mr. Knight, and carried with musical honors. Mfr. Tuckfield, facetory minager, respond edr on behalf of the ladies of the com mittee. Numerous other toasts fol lon?ed, those assembled spending an enjoyable half-hour prior to the de, parture of the picnic trains.
AUSTRALIAN LODGE, G.U.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 March 1915
AUSTRALIAN iLODGE, G.U.O.O.F. The above Lodge held its usual fortnightly meeting on Tuesday even ing last, a fair attendance of mem bers being present. Included in the visitors' list were the Grand Lodge officers, and three members from the Victoria Lodge. The business of the evening was the reception of he re port of the delegate (Bro. A. Allen) to the .ainual conference, which was held in Melbourne. The numerical position of the order- is still - on the increase. 111 members being initiated 'during the year, bringing the total to 3,599. The financial position is also - excelleilt, the value of funds being £94,293/2/8, equal to £28/18/6 per financial member. It was explained that provision had been made by the Grand Lodge to pay the contributions of members whilst serving in the Ex pedition!ary Forces, also for the pay-. ment of contributions of unfinancial members, who are out of employment during the war. The initiation fee has also been abolished, so persons wish ing to join the...
YACHTING. Win for Winsome. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 March 1915
YACHTING. Win for Winsome. The lQcal club held:a race on Sat urday for club bdats. The course was from the lagoon pier to the gas buoy, thence to a buoy one mile in ail easterly direction to a_buoy near Kerford ioad jetty, back to lagoon. pieF; twice round. The prizes - were presented by Messrs. P. Grut and J. Riall. At the start a fresh: south westerly, breeze was blowing and all the-boats except Beta went -out under reefed canvas. A good start waseffected. Winsome being on the line at gun-fire; but ow ing to becoming tied up with Myra she lost- what advantage she had. The Rambler, Frolic, C.J.M., Valky rie and Beta crossed in that order, and the Valkyrie very soon worked out a lead, closely followed by. the Beta and C.J.M. The Valkyrie, Beta, C.J.M., Frolic, Rambler, and Myra were first round in that order, but having taken the wrong buoy were ordered to go back and round the proper buoy at Kerford -road. The Valkyrie and Myra then retired while the remaining boats.returned. In th...
IRON QUOITS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 March 1915
IRON QUOITS. 1 . Notes by "Pin Head." Last Saturday, Ports journeyed to South Yarra ground to play the North Mfelbourne team. After a great bat tle, Ports were beaten by 14 points. E. LQbb .(Ports) did not play any where near his form, being easily beaten by C. Visdock. Another Port onian who was not quite up to form was J. Hensley, who, suffered defeat by W. Smith by 10 points.' C. Bourke (Ports) put up a great game against N. Fox, winning by 18 points. Another good winner was Ports' captain, J. Penball, who play ed real well, winning by 18 points from Tootell, one of North's best. N. Miles (Ports) surprised all by beat ing J. Kelly by three points. Perhaps the best game of the day was between Simmons. (Ports) and Trewartha. At one time the scores stood Simmons 13, Trewartha 0; but the latter, by playing somie brillialnt shots, won amidst great excitement by three points. Hammond (Ports) gave Whiiticeld a good beating, winning by 12 points. F: Brookshaw (Ports), a novice, played a ...
Ports v. Malvern—Second Elevens. Malvern. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 March 1915
Ports v. Malvern-Second Elevens, Malvern. First Innings ........ . .178 Second Innings. Shaw, c Gilbert, b Ryan- ... 21 Creed. not out . . .. . . . 12 Quinn, not out .. .. .... 4 Sundries .. . .. .. .. .. 3 One wicket for .. .. .. . 40 Port Melbourne. First Innings. Craig, b Christian ....... . .12 Collins, run out . . ... . 5. Jones, b Christian .. 3... . . Lusch, b Shaw .. ..... . ... 23 Dyett, b Christian .. .. 4 I-loban, e TiAdanim, b Shaw .. . 2 Baster, c Shaw, b Creed . ...23 Clark; c Christian, b Jordan 40 Pratt, b Shaw .: . .. .. 19 Fairchild, not out .... ... : : 0 Ryan, b Shaw.. ?. .. . ... 20 Sundries .. ... . .. . 0 Total--.. .. .. . .. .... 151 - Harry Clark batted well for 40. In his score were three 5's all run. Baster also shaped well. -
CORRESPONDENCE. Guard Our Soldiers, The Dangers From Disease. To the Editor of the "Standard." [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 March 1915
CORRESPONDENCE. Guard Our Soldiers, The Dangers From Disease. To the Editor' of the "Standard." Dear Sji-The. Australasian White COoss League appeals. for funds to enable booklets, warning men against the dangers of sexual immorality, to be distributed freely among our . Australian soldiers. These booklets not only point out in the plainest terms the dire effects of venereal diseases in wrecking the physical frame, and producing years or a life time of. misery and suffer ing, but mnake an appeal also to the noble and chivalrous instincts latent in nearly all young men, urging them to self-control for the sake of womanhood. It is believed that if one or more or these booklets can be placed in the hands of every soldier whether in camp in the various States, or 'on board ship, or in Egypt, incalculable good will result. It is appalling to think that hundreds of these flie young men-the very flower of our race-may acquire some loathsome disease which will blast the whole of their futur...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 March 1915
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FREE COOKERY DEMONSTRATIONS. Education Department Gives Instruction. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 20 March 1915
FREE COOKERY DEMONSTRA TIONS. Education Department Gives Instruction. The first of a -series of free cook ery demonstrations, arranged by the Education Department, to enable housewives to meet the increased cost of living, was givenat the Mon tague -.State school, on Wednesday afternoon last.*when 63 housekeepers attended and received instruction from a competent instructor in the preparation of tomato soup, Scotch collops, and the cooking 'of meat, beans, potatoes, date pudding, etc. The demonstrations have been de. cided on as a result of the visit made by Mr. F. Tate, Director of Education, to New South Wales, and his observation of the success of the Sydney classes. The classes will take place at thirteen centres. At such: times as the present, when prices'are very high, it- should be interesting- to housewives to leai'rn how six. people are to be provided with a three-. course dinner at a cost of 2/6. Visitors were shown not only.how to cook and prepare the meal, but were prese...