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ELECTRIC SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
ELECTRIC, SPARKS. The Football Club's bazaar is held this month, at the Town Hall. The dates are the 26th. 27th, and 28th. Don't miss the great picture "In the Midst of'the Jungle," at the Port Theatre, on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. IHenceforth the electric enervv sup plied to Port Melbourne will be con tinuouis. I the past it has not been available on Sundays. Mr.*Jas. ,Moloney, the popular head master at Nott-street State school, retires from service on the 6th of M.\Iarch. An outline of his public ser v;ice appears in this issue. "At the Port Melbourne theatre the latest' and best pictures are shown anightly-this is admitted generally. The management announce a special programme for the ensuing week. The Mayoress (Mrs. A. L. Page) has .resigned the presidency of the Football Club's bazaar. Mrs. Ban ton was elected to fill the vacalicy at a special meeting on Wednesday. Mrs. E. F. Russell, at the Labor Party meeting on Monday evening. "took the hat around" for a wvidow in stra...
CRICKET. Port Melbourne Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
CRICKET. Port Melbourne Cricket Club. Port Melbourne met Coburg on the latter's ground, and, winning the toss, batted on a dry, crumbling wicket. There was nothing sensational in the earlier stages, as half of the side was out for 90, of which Rademacher got 31, and Jones 29 (five 4's). Coburg's hopes then ran high, but St. iJohn came in and quickly ran up 49 (one 6 and five 4's), but had some luck, as he was missed when 33, 40 and 41. Seven for 150; but the end was far ofi! Tay lor and D. McColl added moderate con tributions, which Syd. Anderson capped, as, rising to the occasion, he wound up the innings with an almhnost chanceless and brilliantly-made 72, got in 40 mnin utes, including 2 6's. After lasting three hqurs nine minutes, the innings closed for 272. PORT MELBOURNE. First innings. A. Rademacher, b S. Huntington 31 A. Jamieson, c J. Huntington, b Landells .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 10 E. A. Jones, b S. Huntingdon..... 29 H. Brereton, c S. Huntingdon, b Watson .......... .. ........
North Ports v. Flemington and Kensington. (1st Grade, V.J.C.A.) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
N North Ports v. Flemington and Kensington. (Ist Grade, V.J.C.A.) This match was commenced on the latter's ground last week. North won the toss, and took the crease. They made a very bad beginning, and when the fourth wicket fell the total was only 15. Lewis and OBrien carried the total to 34-, when the former was unfortunately was the partnership of O'Brien and G. Keyhoe, who remained together until run out. The best stand of the innings 72 apipeared on the sheet. The next three wickets only accounted for 9. G. Green was last man in and the score amounted up to 97, when Green was struck on the forehead, and had to r1 tire for 7, G. Keyhoe, who made 22 not not out, batting exceptionally well. The Flemuington and Kensington made 150 for the loss of S wickets, andl at one portion of the game it looked as if there would be sonic excitement, as six wickets were down for 56, but a fine stand by Lynch and Cross brought the total to 90, and the next wicket was also a valuable partnership, ...
CRUELTY ALLEGED. Three Sandcarters Fined. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
CRUELTY ALLEGED. Three Sandcarters Fined. Thr,,e sandcarters were charged on Monday, at the local court. John Dre ver and Dave Gormnan answered infor mations of havinig worked horses under circumstances involving cruelty, and W. i. Costelow, with knowingly permitting a horse to be worked under similar cir. cumstances. All charges related to the 1ith January. Mr. Furlong represented the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani Deals. Constable F'alkhead stated in evidence that, with Inspector Wilmot, some 50 horses were examined at the sand area in Fisherman's Bend. Under the sad dle on a horse controlled by Drover and Costellow, were two raw sores about 2 inches in diameter. In regard to Gor man's horse there were two bad wounds under the saddle. They measured 3½! inches by 2/ inches in diameter. Gorman said the horse was a recent purchase, arid had been chaff-fed. iHe gave it oats, which produced " warbles." Two of these had burst. Costellow produced a certificate from a v-tori...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
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Condolence. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
Condolence. At the meeting of the -Rechabite Lodge, on Thursday week (Bro. P. Mee presiding) Bro. C. Trewavis re ferred to the lamented accident which caused the death of one of their esteemed members, Bro. R. W. Allen. Mr. Trewavis referred to Bro. Allen in the highest terms of respect, char acterising him as a good worker in the Temperance cause, as well as be ing a popular and esteemed resident. Other members supporting Mr. Tre wavis's remarks, it was decided to forward a letter of sympathy and a memorial wreath to the relatives of the late brother. At the burial, the District .Chief Ruler (Bro. R. W. Roberts) read the Rechabite burial service. A large number of employes at the Post Office, together with local Rechabites, in marching order, form ed part of the funeral cortege.
FEEL HIS WAY OR LED. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
FEEL HIIS WAY OR LED. Robert Douglas, a blind youth, was presented with James White, another young fellow, both charged with being drunk and disorderly, on the .31st Janun ary. Constable Morris said they were very drunk, and in a quarrelsome con dition in Nott-street. Mr. Murphy, P.M. (indicating Doug las): Is he led into hotels, or feel his way? Sergeant Nugent: He knows his way about Port Melbourne rather well, witbh the aid of a stick. His sister took dno a prohibition order against him secut ing drink, but it may have elapsed now. Douglas said he was very sorry. White pleaded guilty. The honorary magistrates, Messrs. T. Testro and A. L. Page (Mayor), were then noticed engaged in a discussion with the Police Magistrate, and a little later the P.M. remarked: "'As to a mat ter of policy, just a minute."'' They then adjourned to the magistrates' room. On resuming, the P.M. said he was first in .lined to send Douglas up for three days, but he would be given another chance. A fine of ...
Ladies' Guild Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
Ladies' Guild Annual Meeting. The annual meeting of the I-Ioly Tri.eity Ladies' Guild was held on Januni.ry 15th. The vicar presided Mr. Tuff (treasurer) and -Mr. Howe (secretary) were also present. 2]rs. Glen 'Knight was elected president; Mlesdames Crowe, Crockford,. E. Freame and Miss Crockford, vice presidents; Mrs. Rendall, treasurer; Mrs. Howe, secretary; and Mrs. Russ, auditor. The committee elected were Mesdames Gayer, Egan, Russ, Stin nickw~i:.,Freame (senl.), Read, Mat.thrs, Briggs, Bellion, Moore, Walters, Ed wards. lIarper, Low and the Misses Gayer, R. Rendall. A. F. Dando, Hay man, Matters, and D. Crockford. A vote of thanks was proposed by -1Mr.Tuff, and seconded by Mr. HIowe, to the vicar for presiding. Mr. Tuff expressed the heartfelt thanks of the Ladies' Guild for his untiring ef forts to make the Guild a success.
BAY-STREET ROWDYISM. Majority Orders Discharge. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
BAY-STREET ROWDYISM. Majority Orders Discharge. Numerous complaints have reached the police at Port Melbourne in regard to unruly conduct which takhs place in Bay-street, during the dark hours of the evening. Shopkeepers and citizens to a degree are terrorised by bands of young men who roam about ill search of mischief. Consequently, Sergeant Nugent issued instructions that the police on duty were to put a stop to un seemly conduct, if possible. On the night of the 15th January, Constable Morris, in company with Senior Constable Finlayson, at half-past ten o'clock, sa\ a m?ob of about 15 lads prowling along. \Vhen they reached the shop of Mr. McKenzie, undertaker, there was a loutd kicking at the door, and then a scatter. Constable Morris gave chase and captured one of the' number named William Paton, who was charged on Monday with behaving in an offensive manner. Paton did not deny being with the crowd, but pro tested that he did not kick at the door. Mr. Murphy: Well, if you were ...
Ladies' Benevolent Society. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
Ladies' Benevolent Society. At the meeting of the Port Mel bourne Ladies' Benevolent Society, on WCednesday afternoon, the. resigna tion of Mrs. H. S. Hollow (treasurer) was received. IMesdames Sangster and Rosenfield moved that the resig nation be accepted with deep regret. The vice-p1resident (Mrs. MI. Porritt) in conveying to Mrs. 1Hollow the sinl cere regret of the committee, said that thIey were indeed very sorry to lose her, alid wished to thank her for the kindly ilterest she had taken in their worl; also for the valuable assist Iace she had rendered. It was the wish of the commnittee that Mrs. Hol low aiceplt their best wishes for suc ess mand happiness in her noew sphere at (.leeoln. 1iIr. Rlosefdield was then elected 'T'easmirer of the Society.
Nominations for S.E.C. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
Nominations for S. E.C. The following nominations for re lpective 'positions on the State Elec torate Council lha:e been received President, Mr. J. L. Murphy, Mr. Arch. Hazel; vice-president, Cr. 0. Sinclair, Mr. . A. Tucker; secretary, Mr. J. Conniff; treasurer, Mr. W. Cooke; delegates, Messrs. F. Knight, and A. Tucker; committee. Messrs. R. J. Irwin, A. Tucker, R. Scott, R. Gray, 1W. Bell, J.. Beehan, P. Guthrie, A. Mentiplay, J. Jones, and Mrs P. Guth Tie.
AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. At the January meeting of the local branch of the Australian Women's Association, the President (Mrs. M. A. Porritt) presiding, there was tI large attendance of members. One new member was elected and one pro posal received. After the reception of reports, aiss Daisy Freame ten dered her thanks to the officers and members for floral wreath, and for their kind messages of sympathy, during her sad bereavement. It was moved that congratunations of the branch he forwarded to Mr. lusall (of the Port Melbourne A.N.A.), on be ing elected chairmn to the Dispen sary Committee. It was also moved that a letter be forwarded to the Port Melbourne branch of the A.N.A., re questing the presence of their mem hers at a drag drive, to take'place on February 9th. Drags will leave the Fountain Tun at 7.30. The syllabus item for the evening was "Sing, re cite or pay threepence," and the itemus rendered were much enjoyed.
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING. Aggregate Spoon.- 14 shots at 700 yards. tandicaps: Capt. T. Prest, 9; II. Watt. 7; J. Gibbons, S; D. Lang, A. Fadcrsen, R. Sutelilffe, 9; G. Watt, W. Prest, J. Rum nage, 10; .R. Lang, C. Harradece, 1)D. Sinclair, M1. W. Yonog, J. T. Kinsella, A. Paterson, 11; D. Paterson, A. B. Paterson, D. Mtolloy, J. O'Brien, A. O'Brien, W. O'Brien, G. T. Jones, H. Waller, J. Vick, C. Bloomfield, 12; E. Le Page, J. Trevillian, W. Hampton, 14; T. Molloy, J. Polhill, W. A. Coath; 16; A. 1H. Williams, 18; C. Emellen, A. Reiter, A. Rose, P. O'Toole, 20. Result of last Saturday's shoot:-]? . Sutcliffe, 57 (10) 67; C. lharradence, 51 (12) 63; T.. Molloy, 43 (17) 60; H. Watt, 49 (9) S8; A. B`. Paterson, 44' (13) 57; D). Sinclair 44 (10) 54; G. T. JTones, 39 (15) 54; D. Paterson, 40 (12) 52; G. Watt, 31 (10) 41. Meeting on Wednesday night; don't forget.
CORRESPONDENCE. Port Melbourne Football Club. To the Editor of the "Standard." [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. Port Melbourne Football Club. To the Editor of the "Standard." .Dear Sir.-Now that the general meeting of the Football Club is at hand. I would like to draw the atten tion of the members to the need for more energetic action as regards the election of the office-bearers of the club. Tihe club has been going down for some time, and nothing but de termuination on the part of the mem bhers to secure the best available men will check this. There is not the slightest doubt that we have plenty of real good live men in our midst, and I think it is the duty of the members to find these men out and nominate them for the positions available in the club. Trusting this will have the effect of bringing about a record in nominations.-Yours sin cerely, HtERBERT G. JULIER,. Albert Park, Feb. 3, 1914.
"FOLLOW THE LEADER." [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
"FOLLOW THE LEADER." A nervous commuter on his dark lonely way home from the railroad station heard footsteps behind him. He had an uncomfortable feeling that he was being followed. He increased his speed. The footsteps quickened ac cordingly. The commuter darted down a lane. The footsteps still pursued him. In desperation he vaulted over a fence, and, rushing into a ohurch yard, threw himself panting on one of the graves. "If he follows me here," he thought fearfully, "there can be no doubt as to his intentions." The man behind was following. He could hear him scrambling over. the fence. Visions of highwaymen, mani acs, garroters and the like flashed through his brain. Quivering with fear, the nervous one arose and faced his pursuer. "What do you want?" he demanded. "''Wh-whv are you following me?" "Say." asked the stranger, mopping | his brow, " do you always go home like this? I'm going up to Mr Brown's and the man at the station told me to follow you, as you lived next door. Exc...
NOTT-STREET SCHOOL. Tenders Exceed Estimate by £2,000. Another Block Feared. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
NOTT-STREET SCHOOL. Tenders Exceed Estimate by £2,000. Another Block Feared. It was recently male known that the lowest tender received for re-modelling the State school at Nott-street, exceeded the estimate prepared by the Public Works Department by £2,000. The Department's estimate, it is stated, was £5,000, and the nearest tender was in the immediate vicinity of £7,000. This is very remarkable, and presents a repetition of what took place on a pre vious' occasion, when tenders were in vited for the same work. It is the more remarkable in \view of the fact that. the depar'tmen tal otli.ers were in possession of information regarding the previous tender, and should have been able to accurately place a value on the work required frolt a contractor's standpoint. IMr. G. Sangster. 5l.L.A.. the Member for Port Melbourne, has dailv been in consultation with the Minister and his officers over this matter. ice informs us that Mr. F. Talte, Director of Educa tion, says he h asked the offli...
Dust Nuisance. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
Dust Nuisance. Cr. Russell took a step in the right direction at the last Council meeting, with a view to relieving Bay-street shopkeepers from a constant au'iety through being overwhelmed with dust and dirt on opening.. their premises in the morning. Through the intersec tion of Cross streets from Bridge and Liardel streets, the dust banks up oi the footpaths, and against the build ingi walls, until at times it can be seen anll inch in depth. This particularly applies to the vicinity of the Bank of Australasia, and along the building froints on the easterly side of the street. With the first breeze it is car ried ind]oors. In future the street cleaners will sweep down the foot paths during their usual rounds, and the light destructive material will be removed.
THE PROFESSOR WAS A WONDER [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
STHE PROFESSOR WAS A WONDER "Yes, sir," said the great professor to a gentleman to whom he had been introduced only a few moments ago, "I have given some attention to the study of human nature, and I rarely fail to read a face correctly. "Now, there is a lady." he continued," point ing across the room, "the lines of whose countenanoe are as clear to me as type. The chin shows firmness of disposition, amounting to obstinacy; the sharp pointed nose, a vicious tem perament; the eyes, a dryness of soul; the-" "Wonderful, professor-wonderful l" "You know something of the lady, thea?"' said the professor, complacent "Yes, a little. She's my wife."
FOOTBALL BAZAAR. Mayoress Resigns Presidency. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
FOOTBALL BAZAAR. Mayoress Resigns Presidency. The bazaar being organised to as sist the paying of debts incurred throughout last season by the com mittee of the Port Melbourne Foot ball Club, is making slow but steady progress. The function is to take place at the local town hall on the 26th, 27th, and 28th of this month. During the nagt week the Mayoress (Mrs. A. L. Pare) handed in her resignation as president of the move nent. The reason assigned in some quarters for this action is that Mr. J. G. Aikman, MLL.C., was invited and accepted an offer to open the bazaar, and that in consequence the Mayor had been slighted.. Those controlling the bazaar state that they were actu ated only by commercial motives, and the fact that Mr. Aikman is presi dent of the Victorian Football Asso ciation. He is a liberal patron to the winter pasttime, and recently, when opening a similar function at Footscray, came along with a dona tion of £10/10/. But others, lo --. ine at the matter from a party s...
Approaching Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 February 1914
Approaching Wedding. The marriage of Miss Ruby Lilian Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Baker, with Mr. Albert H. Angliss, has been arranged to take place at the Methodist Church, High-street, Prahran, on Saturday, 28th instant. Miss Baker is well-known in Port Melbourne, where her parents resided for many years. They now reside at "Dutton," Burns-street, St. Kilda.