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City Mission. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 10 April 1915
. City Mission. Open-air temperance meetings were conducted by the City Mission in Port'Melbourne last week. Rev. J. Nicol and Messrs. C. H.-?Martin; and W HI. Rose were associated with Mr. R. L. Mason in the propaganda. The promoteis consider that the work was( very successful. Large assemblages were the order. Some of the audi tors were inclined to be discoursive. but the Mission people hold that this special effort met with general ap proval.
OLD FOLKS' "AT HOME." [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 10 April 1915
OLD FOLKS' "AT HOME." Rev. C. Tregear and the Free masons of Port and South Mel bourne gave the old folks an "At Home'" in the Methodist School Hall, Dorcas-street. on Wednesday, Marchl 31. Tea was served at thirty min utes past five. A reunion was held in the church, followed by a concert and biograph picture entertainment. The glests spenI t aL most enjoyable time. At the tables MAesdames Pearec', Crichton, Whiter, and Howe, and MIisses Dando, Hayman, Crich ton, and Whiter helped with' the ar rangements, which were very com plete.
His Worthless Word. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 10 April 1915
His Worthless Word. Before Mr. Hester, J.P., al the Port Melbourne Court on Wednesday morning, Robert Douglas, the blind street musician, was again charged with being drunk and disorderly. Th6 defendant, who was arrested at 12.30 a.m. by Constable Bell-Cab.ers, pleaded guilty. Douglas was appre hended at the corne, of Liardet and Bay streets. Scrgeant Sims said: "This man was before the Court as recently as Saturday last, when he was charged with being drunk and disorderly. He promised Mr. Wat son, J.P., if given a chance, not to touch liquor again, adding, 'So help me God!' In consequence of that promise, Douglas was discharged. Your Worship can understand that his word is of little worth." Con tinuing, the Sergeant stated that prior to Saturday last the defendant had been- thrice fined for drunkenness. "Put me where I cannot get drink," pleaded the delinquent plaintively. Mr. Hester: "The hardest thing in your case, Douglas, is that you are blind. The only place for you is where y...
CORRESPONDENCE. Discharged Stone-breaker. (To the Editor "The Standard.") [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 10 April 1915
CORRESPONDENCE. Discharged Stone-breaker. (To the Editor "The Standard.") . Sir,-I was informed this afternoon by Mr. Hart that I was dismissed from the Port Melbourne Town Connl cil's employment as a stone-breaker. The reason, I believe, is my being a resident of South iMelbourne. ]My period of time in this district is four weeks. I have been a ratepayer of Port M~elbourne for over 20 years, and have lived inhr Australia over 30 years. Now when I seek a little nmnulnl Iabour I am debarred from same. I was not making big money on it, averaging from 9/- to 15/- a week-a little more perhaps some times--but I was satisfied. I should like to know how I am expected to live without work. I would like to see a little more justice dealt me, and my ease regarded from a fair point of view. Yours, etc., GEORGE NEW?MAN
SOCIAL EVENING. Presentation to Corporal J. J. Vass. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 10 April 1915
SOCIAL EVENING. Presentation to Corporal J. J. Vass~ Members of the Ladies' and Gentle men's Swimming Clubs tendered complimentary social evening on Wed nesday, March 31, in the Temperance Hall, to M?r. J: J. Vass, who has volunteered for active service. As it was thought that Mr. Vass might be going away at any time, the Clubs decided at veryv short notice not to allow the occasion to pass without some recognition of the assistance they had received from .him. The proceedings were comemnced by sing inm the National Anthem. the Band giving the accompaniment. Dancing, musical items and games followed. Miss Alice Baptist and Miss Feldt man contributed to the evening's amusement. Mr. J. Lock acted as Master of Ceremonies in a very ef ficient manner. As many as eighty of the members and their friends sat down to a very nice repast provided by the ladies. Mr. Vass was presen ted by' the members of the Men's Club with a handsome pocket wallet, nicely inscribed. Mr. J. Smith, in making thi...
OUR RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 10 April 1915
OUR RIFLE CLUB. A spoon shoot will be held this after. noon by the local rifle club, 14 shots ati 300 yds. Handicaps-Capt Prest 8, Sut: cliffe 4, G. Watt 4, H. Watt 5, Gibbpns 5, Faderson 5, D. Paterson 6, IKinsella 6, D. Lang 6. Harradence 7, Ferris 7, W. Prest 8, Iummage 8, D. Sinclair 9. W.Young 9, A Paterson 9, A., J. and W. O'Brien 9, MIolloy 10, Howard 11, Hiscoek 11, H. Le Page 12, G. Jones 12, W\V. Paterson 12. T. Page 14, Mlurphy 15, White 16, T. Molloy 18, Harris 20, Connor 27, Jamieson 80.
DEATH OF MR. G. SANGSTER, M.L.A. Popular Legislator Passes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 10 April 1915
DEATH OF MR. G. SANGSTER, M.L.A. Popular Legislator Passes. Profound regret was expressed among the intimate friends in Port Melbourne of Mr. Geo. Sangster, &nbsp; M.L.A., on Thursday evening, when they learned of his death that day in Sydney, whither, with Mrs. Sangs- ter, he had gone on a holiday trip. The first intimation of the sad event was conveyed in a telegram to a mem- ber of the family. Yesterday, when his death was publicly announced, re- gret at the passing of Mr. Sangster was very wide-spread. In Sydney Mr. and Mrs. Sangster were staying with a friend. Mr. Geo. Edwards, of "Glencona," Lang road, Centennial Park. Mr. Sangster while in New South Wales contracted a severe cold that developed pneumonia with fatal consequences. The deceased gentle- man leaves a widow and family of single and married sons and daugh- ters. Elected in the "'Nineties" to represent Port MIelbourne in the Leg- islative Assembly of Victoria, Mr. Sangster, from the moment he en- tered the Ho...
WEDDINGS. Tilley—May. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 10 April 1915
WEDDINGS. Tilley-May. .On Saturday last, at the Methodist Church, Port Melbourne, Mr. Ru dolph Charles Hubert Tilley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tilley, of Farrell Street West, was married to Miss Amy Melvin May, second eldest daughter of Mlr. and Mrs. W. T. May, of "Canberra," 130 Clarke Street. Rev. R. S. Joyce was the officiating clergyman. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a pretty dress of white satin with lace and pearl trimmings, and a nice wreath and veil. She carried a hand some shower bouquet of gladiolas. The bridesmaids, Miss Mattie May (sister of the bride) and Miss Muriel Tilley (sister of the bridegroom) were frocked in white satin, smartly trimmed. They carried bouquets of pink carnations. Mr. Harold Tilley (brother of the bridegrobm) was best man, and Mr. Bluett groomsman &nbsp; &nbsp; The wedding breakfast was held at the home of the bride's parents, and the company comprised relatives of the parties. The happy couple left for Ballarat to s...
Farewell Demonstration. And Presentations. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 17 April 1915
Farewell Demonstration. And Presentations. The Methodist Sunday School at Graham street was packed on Mon day evening last with members of the congregation and friends, who had come to bid farewell to the Rev. R. S. and Mrs. Joyce and their family, on the occasion of their transfer to Bendigo after three years' stay in Port Melbourne. The chair was oc cupied by Mr. R. Monkhouse, senior church. steward,- and a number of representative speakers voiced the sentiments entertained towards the guests of the evening. The Rev. Wm. McKie, of Holy Trinity, made an admirable speech stressing the responsibility resting on congregations to give due heed to the exhortations of those like Mr. Joyce, whose opportunities of preaching were necessarily restricted by the itinerancy. - Both Mr. McKie and Mr. Mason, of the town Mission, spoke highly of Mr. Joyce, and wished him and his every happiness in the future. Mr. Hammand addressed the gath ering as, one of the circuit stewards of the South Melbour...
FAREWELL SERVICES. Conducted by Rev. R. S. Joyce. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 17 April 1915
FAREWELL SERVICES. Conducted by Rev. R. S. Joyce. The Rev. Robert S. Joyce, who is moving from the Methodist Circuit at Port Melbourne to Bendigo, de livered farewell addresses at. the Graham street Church on Sunday last. In a foreword prefaqing the ser mon in the morning the reverend gentleman referred to the contention of the German officer, General Bern hardi, that a nation can only rise by military sacrifice. Mr. Joyce com bated that view. WVar, he said, was not a reflex of the mind of God. Sacrifice by a people was certainly essential to their achieving the high est and best but not military, how ever, but Christian sacrifice. He told how a German officer rescued an Englishman in imminent risk of being suffocated in a trench that col lapsed.. That noble action stood out boldly from the ignohblte condrt that had marked Genrmany's prosecution of the war. In all probability, could the customary conduct of that Ger man be ascertained, his life would have been found in keeping with ...
NORTH PORTS CRICKET CLUB. The Season's Averages. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 17 April 1915
NORTH PORTS CRICKET CLUB. The Season's Averages. During the season just concluded the above club played ten matches, of which they won four and lost six. The batting average was secured by Mat Paternoster with an average of 33 runs for the two innings he played in. A. Wellington headed the bowlers' list, with a record of 37 wickets taken at a cost of 522 runs, giving him an average of I4.Io per wicket. Fielding in championship style, G. Keyhoe and R. Merrick tied for the trophy for best fields man. Appended are the complete batting and bowling performances of - the team : BATTING AVERAGES. M.Paternoster. 2 0 66 56 3 A. Paternoster... 3 1 41 31* 20.30 A.V. Moon ... 12 2 190 45"* 1 G. Williams ... 12 0 182 59 15.16 T. Hughes ... 4 0 53 32 13.25 E. Keyhoe ... 13 2 143 28 13 G. Keyhoo .. 13 2 132 34 12 . Ross ...... 6 1 51 21* 10.20 L.Wilmot ... 1 0 10 10 10: R. Cumberlidge. 4 0 39 24 9.75 T. Lewis ...11...1 2 87 31 9.66 R. Merrick ...10 2 62 32* 7.75 F.Lewis... ... 8 1 50 24 7.12 0. Ha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 17 April 1915
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WEDDING. Dixon—Imray. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 17 April 1915
WEDDING. ..Dixon-Imray. A very prettylwedding took place at Holy Trinity Church, Port Mel bourne, on Monday, April 5th, when Miss Beatrice Irene, the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Imray, "Komura," Ross-street, Port Melbourne, was united to Mr. George Frederick, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Dixon, of Hopetoun, in the bonds of holy matrimony. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Muriel Imray, and the best man was Mr. Fred Imray, brother of the bride. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a charming gown of ivory crepe de chene over white palette silk. The dress was tastfully trimmed with lace and pearls worked in conven tional design; The fish train was decorated with lace and true lover's knot in pearls and a horseshoe of orange blossom. The usual wreath and veil (her mother's) were worn in cap fashion. A pretty bouquet of white flowers in long streamers of white tulle enhanced further a very charming effect. The bridesmaid was daintily gowned in a white mo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 17 April 1915
PORT MEL80UTRNE PICTURE THEATR E, CORNER OF BAY & LIARDET STS. OPEN EVERY EVENINGC. SUNDAY EVENING A Special Programme at 8 o'clock. MATINEE at 2.30 p.m, Every Saturday. 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. Usual Change of Pro grammne, Monday & Thursday. Pictures to be Screened on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday: Tre y O' Hearts SERIES No. 3. RUSSIAN ARMY. TOPICAL. Lizzie's Escape. COMEDY. The Two Stagecoaches. DRAMA: Sweedie Learns to Swim. COMIEDY. PRINCE OF BAVARIA. DRAMA. Man of the Hills. DRAMA. Amusing the Kids. COMIC. Polider & the Manservant. COMIC. SUNDAY- Jhe I(dillionaire 2rigand. 4,000 Ft. Dramna. Thursday, Friday and Saturday SAMSON. Coming Oscar Asche and Lily Brayton in "Kismet." Fresh Programme each Sunday Night. PRICES: DRESS CIRCLE - - Is. STALLS - - SIXPENCE. Un?idren Half Price Week Nights and Matinees, Saturday Nights Excepted, )p hii...
SHIRTS FOR SOLDIERS. Swallow and Ariell's Girls' Working Bee. Notes of Appreciation. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 17 April 1915
SHIRTS FOR SOLDIERS. Swallow and Ariell's Girls' Working Bee. .Notes of Appreciation. Making soldiers' "Good luck" shirts is to be the next venture by Swallow and Ariell's Girls' Working Bee. This very patriotic and utili tarian activity on the girls' part is conducted under.the auspices of the Lady Mayoress' League. Miss Elsie Holmes, the secretary of the Bee, submitted to the directors of Messrs. Swallow and Ariell Ltd. a sample of the garments the girls purpose to make. The directors were delighted with the proposition, and forthwith granted a large sum of money for material. Money was also furnished by the directors for material for 5,000 more khaki pocket handkerchiefs, and that quantity, when complete, will bring the number of handker chiefs made by the Bee up to 15,000. The. pattern of the new shirt is quite distinct from others; it allows for economy in the cutting, and is bound to be comfortable to the wearer. A good quality natural pure wool flannel is used, and a Shirt we...
ITEMS OF NEWS. Four Foolish Sailormen. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 17 April 1915
ITEMS OF NEW-S. Four Foolish Sailormen. Before Messrs. Hester and Testro, J.l'sP., at the local court on Tuesday morning, Bertie South, a young trimmer on the s.s. Haurorata, was charged with using obscene language in a public place. Constable Gabriel Walsh said that the accused ex pressed himself obscenely at the corner of Graham and Station streets. He offended again on the way to the watchhouse. Constable Angus Mathieson also gave evidence. The accused, who said that he did :not remember offending, was fined 40/., in default 14 days' imprison ment. William Buttleman and Jonathan Smith, of the Haurorata also, and Thomas Barrett, of the s.s Star of England, were charged with. being drunk in Port Melbourne the previous night. " Was there a bad brew here ?" asked Mr. Hester. "They invaded the town last night," said Sergeant Sims. Evidence was given by Constables Mathieson and Croft, who arrested the delinquents. "Give up the drink," said Mr. Hester to the offending trio as he dischar...
CORRESPONDENCE. Council Loan Items Criticised. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 17 April 1915
CORRESPONDENCE. Council Loan Items Criticised. To the Editor of the "Standard." Sir,-It is the intention of the Port Melbourne Council to borrow 4,00ooo from the Commonwealth Bank. The schedule provides for some very necessary undertakings which will greatly benefit that town. On the other hand some of the items included, which are proposed to be: proceeded with at once, would be absolute waste of the ratepayers' money. There are three items included in this work amounting in all to £5 920, which, primarily, ought to be very seriously considered, viz.: i. Re-building of Town Hall... -3620 2. Purchase of steam roller ... 1000 '3. Purchase of stone-crush ing machine and tar-mixing apparatus ......... 1300 -5920 One can readily appreciate the desire, of local councillors to do their best for the ratepayers, but in this case we say-"What are our town fathers thinking of." In con connection with the first proposition,: just let us turn our attention to the neighbouring suburbs. Analyse t...
BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 17 April 1915
BAPTIST CHURCH. Anniversary services will be hold in the Baptist Church, Ross stroeet, to-morrow. A dialogne will be given on Sunday after noon at 3. On Wednesdnay coening an excellent programme will be given and refreshments provided (pound night). Offerings are invited for Church flunds, Cr. Page moved at the meeting of the Council coutnintee on I uesday night that the committees meet at 8 p.m. Hle found it difficult to attend e r.ier. The motion lap?ed for want of a seconder.
MEETING IN COMMITTEE. Cr. Morris Opposes Practice. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 17 April 1915
MEETING IN COMMITTEE. Cr. Morris Opposes. Practice. The present practice of the Town Council of meeting in Committee on Tuesday night in one week, and in Council on Tuesday evening the week following,. does not appeal to Cr. J. Morris. He holds the opinion that the Council should meet fort nightly--in committee, if dlecessary, and in coubcil on the one night. On Tuesday night last, at the meeting of the Public Works Com mittee, he moved that at its rising the Committee adjourn for two weeks. Cr. Morris contended that Committees meeting one week and the Council the next was unneces sary. Cr. Gill seconded. Meeting week ly unnecessarily brought the officers back at night once a week; A fort nightly meeting would be sufficient. The change would effect a saving in lighting. When the Committees and. the Council meet on the one night, the night's work was done well in time. If anything important needed special consideration, a special Com mittee meeting could be held. Cr.- Sinclair oppose...