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Football Club Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 February 1914
Those I terested in forivarding the iiitrest, of tihe forthcomingi Football -Club's :ljzaar wiill have an p.. por tllieitVit W idnesda:}; of attcndini : gift .niiht' to blielild ' it the" esi deuiic lof Misr: B?iadle ; S' tationstieet oi : orod oanme W ill. be irovided andall are, welcnoie The ifts brioight aldon' viil add to the sale Able articles at: thie ,bazaai, whichk takes place in the to n hl on ithe 26th .:27t ;; id 28th is
THE TWO VICARS. Inductions to Their New Charges. Rev. Mr. Hollow at Geelong. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 February 1914
THE TWO' VICARS. Inductions to Their New Charges. Rev. Mr. Hollow at Geelong; Port;?elbourne was interested in two iildiuctioinl sertiices which took place ,during the w.eek. On Tuesday night their ifoimier vicar, Rev. H. S. Hollow, .M.A.- was inducted to his new charge at Christ Church, Geelong; while on the Thursday night the Rev. Mlr. McKie was inducted as Mr. Hollow's successor at Holy Trinity, Port Melbourne. Mr. and Mrs. Hollow's reception on Tuesday evening was of a most cordial description. The occasion was made more interesting by the fact that he had with hium his father, who is a Church of England clergyman at Wallan, and his brother, who is a bar rister in _Melbourne. At the induction service in the church the clergymen present were Revs. A. Wheeler, of All Saints', Newtown (Rural Dean); Canon Snodgrass (St. Paul's) Hollow (Wallan), Thos. Quinton (Leopold), I. C. Lea (Christ Church), Capper (Barrabool), and Williams (Marshall town). There was a very large congre gation. ...
Good Templars. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 February 1914
- Good' Tmplars: The Iluuiil Helfl)Lodie held itb siuiil meeting on Tuesday eveTing in thelcd e aoom Grliaii stieet the Chief Teiplar Sister IGots presid ing ýOnemember was itiated At the lose` of the ordaiary business, Sister 2M Fieldet eniteitaied membeis uidn friendsthe occasion being `the celebration of .ia hiithda . Gaiues werie pla ed. Sev eral of the meibe s. eoiotubited imusial selections,s ongs, nffd recitations; and a 'pleitiful sup mW1 oP fruits and libht refieshiuenti was pi ovided Hearty appreciation o Sister: ielder's interest in the: ode :was showii by la iesoliitioi of tliaisnd best, ishes for many happy returus of the day. A.vote of thalinkswas pissed to visitors present fiom the 'nTalaudoon and Protector Lodges 4 to0 other visitors who suitably responded.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 February 1914
Wyatt's SEE OUR NEw FURNITURE SSTORES, Wyatt's 91-93 GRAHAM- STREET, S PORT:'MELBOURNE. Wyatt's ,THEY ARE THE FINEST IN THE DISTRICT. Wyatt's EVERY DESCRIPTION OF Wyatt' HUSEHOLD FURNITURE Wryatt's .........IN STOCK. Wyatt's Second-hand Furniture Wyatt's BOUGHT, SOLD OR EXCHANGED. Wyatt's Branch Shop, 15 CROOKFORD STRE Wa tt's 'PHONE, 7113 CENT. IF YOU WANT SATISFACTION, VISIT THE EASY CYCLE & OTOR WOR KS AT 57 CROCKFORD STREET. HIGH-CLASS RELIABLE CYCLES AND MOTOR CYCLES, Built to YOUR OWN ORDER AND SPECIFICATION. Cash or Exceptionally Easy Terms. Very small deposit and small weekly instalments. MOTOR CYCLES-PRECISION, T.D.C., JAP, ACME, ARNO or SABOLEA-from one-third deposit, and 101- weekly. SECONDHAND MACHINES OF EVERY DESCRIP TION-THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED AND RENOVATED-on hand, from £1 deposit and 3/- weekly. Estimates given for all Classes of REPAIRS. WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. ALL SUN DRIES AND ACCESSORIES STOCKED. Your Old Machine Taken in as Part Paymept for New Ones. Com...
Mr. McKIE'S WELCOME. No Disloyalty to Archbishop. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 February 1914
Mr: McKIE'S WELCOME. iBy Holy Trinity Congregation. 'No Disloyalty to Archbishop. Enthussiast was the keynote of the proceedings in .Holy Trinity, on Thurs- :day night, when. the new Vicar, the Rev. .Williami MeKie, was inducted as successores:to- the Rev. H: S. Hollow. The Rev:B. v E. i E. Hayman, organising secretary of the Bishop of Melbourne's Fn?id acted as;the.inducting clergyman, Iand otheirsi?ho .took part in the solemn .cremioniy'Were the Revs. A. J. Drcwett, B N'?-:White J.: Caton, C. P. Thomas, H. Lane, G. E. .C. Wade, L. Buckley, C. E. CGayer? ?, A.Brewer, J, B. Sharp, and 'H. B. Hewett. . : Aftei' the induction- service the con gr gation adjourned to the schoolroom adjoining, where a welcome was ex tended toMr. and Mrs. McKie. The Rev. R. J. Hayman, who presided over a laige attendance, introduced the new incumbent and wished him all suc M r. H. H. Hayman, secretary of the church, welcomed the new Vicar, his wife; and family, on behalf of the par ishioners. He said that...
UNDER PORT PIER. Woman and Diamond Ring. Three Suspects Discharged. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 February 1914
UNDER PORT PIER. Woman and Diamond Ring. Three Suspects Discharged. A curious story was related at the local court on Thursday whein the Bench consisted of the Mayor (chair man), Crs. HIIowe and Crichton and Messis. Ai-rnstrong and Testro, J's.P. Janies Gibsoi; 'John Alfred Pash, '(id W illiamii George Pike, three young mei, i'i e cliar ed at the Port Mel boniiei Coiiurt.,- with iaiting stolen i;' dia?oi ''d rig'; :a rolled gold" brooch, a pinir of; glov es, a: handker chief; iand 28%1_- in mioney froni Mrs. Maiiud Hill Tihe total vahie- 6f .tihe .property;was given e t £51.. Pike 'ind Pash were diSeluarged :without [i.y evideice for, the defence. Gibson was discharged, after having: :maide: a statement on his own iehalf. Mirs. Hill, who wore an amber cola sured costume and a large picture hat, said she visited Port Melbourne about 3.30 on' the afternoon of Feb ruary 4. She went down on the sand underneathl the Railway Piei and read the paper. As the day was very hot she went to sle...
PUNCHED HIS WIFE'S NOSE. Scene on Board Hygeia. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
PUNCHED HIS WIFE'S NOSE. Scene on Board Hygeia. The story of a domestic squabble on boardI the Hlygeia was unfolded before the Mayor and Mr. T. Testro, J's.P., at Monday's local court. It was a regrettable finish to a picnic down the Bay on Saturday, February 1st. De fendant, Ernest Ford, a young, most respectable looking man, was "charged with unlawfully assaulting Elsie Ford, his wife. M[r. D. U. Levy appeared fot the defence. Mrs. Geortie Smith, of 70 Daunks street, Albeit Park, said that on 1st inst. she 'was aboard the steamer Hygeia, which, returning from a picnic, had just reached Port -Melbourne pier, when tdc fendant.went up to a woman andl up peared to be trying to induce her to leave the boat. She pushed hint away, and in doing so knocked his hat into the water. Defendant then punched the woman on the nose, making it bleed. Constable ]Iore said he 'saw defen dant and his wife on the boat. Defen dant was wiping his wife's face, and the latter's dress was covered in blood. ...
2nd Port v. 2nd Hawthorn. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
2nd Port vMl 2nd Hawthorn. Poi?;: Melbourne, 205 (Hodgetts 42, Hair 34 i Clark 33,. Hoban 30 not dut), v.rsus'.:Hawthorn, fiv\e fori83 (Smith 44 nuot2oiit). . For;:Poirts, O'Brien (three for1:) ahnd Moss (one for 6) bowled The .'batting' 6f thle idocals ias .worth goinig along ~way to -witness, and the crowd thorougdhly enjoyed ithe bright display Hariy -Brereton gave ia in?e display in '-making 132. :'He did ,not give a 'chance until `caughtat the cilose of his ,innings. Ports b uld.: hav e exceeded the higheslt score" `of the :competition had the iiiatch been. -lay ed- on the smaller ;grounds." Supporters ellaim that Satur day;s score was .worth 500 on Malvern Rade.iachei, Syd. Anderson, Jamie son, Jones, and Jack McColl also batted O'Brien and V. Bond should prove anr acquisition to the Ports. Both have done xery well in their initial amnes.
SERGEANT NUGENT'S RETIREMENT. One of the "Old Brigade." [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
SERGEANT NUGENT'S RETIRE MENT. One of the "Old Brigade." The news that Sergeant James Nugent is retiring from the service after 39 years of good, efficient duty ,will be re ceived with regret by the citizens. Among all classes the Sergeant was a favourite, as he was always noted for his fairness as well as for the consci entious way in which lie did his duty. Occasion was talcen at the court on Thursday, by Bench, Bar, and Police, to voice sentiments of goodwill towards the retiring oflicer, and to wish hiim every happimnes. ji the long rest which lie deserves. We shall refer to the retirement at greater length next week,
ROSS STREET BAPTIST FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
ROSS STREET BAPTIST FOOT BALL CLUB. A general meeting of the Ross street Baptis, Football Clubl will be held in the school hall on February 26 (Thursday). Election of officers, &c., will form the btisiuess. All concerned are urged to be present, so that the coming season may see the team well to the front. Rev. P. J. hasters will occupy the chair.
SENIOR FOOTBALL CLUB. Annual Meeting. Who the Candidates Are. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
SENIOR FOOTBALL CLUB. Annual Meeting. Who the Candidates Are. It is reassuring to find that competition for the various offices in the Port Melbourne Football Club iJ exceptionllly keen. The result of the ballot will be made known at the annual meeting in the Town Hall on Monday night. The position of prosident is being competed for by Messrs. A. Rogers, M.L.A., and Frank Opitz. Mr. Rogers was president for three years, and was a worthy upholder of the position. Mr. Opitz has occupied various positions in the club, being at times, secretary andl later on president. Both of these gentlemen have many friends, and a keen contest is anticipated. For five vice-presidents, no less than fifteen nonminations have been received, viz., Messrs. Bounds, W. Butler, J. Cle land, junr., . Da)nlgarno, J. Hart, F. Hooper, W. Manley, Hi. Marshall, W. T. May, T. Morrice, J. Morris, G. R. Rogers, J. Sharp, IH. Stra-aghan, and E.Wale. One of the most responsible positions is that of comlmitteemlan, and ...
HARBOUR TRUST AND THE BEND Reserves for Port Purposes. Drastic Proposals. Town Council to Oppose. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
HARBOUR TRUST AND THE BEND Reserves for Port Purposes. Drastic Proposals. Town Council to Oppose. At the Town Council meeting on Tuesday night-the 1Mayor presiding a matter of the deepest concern to Port Melbourne was brought before the meem hers. This referred to the plans for the disposal of the Fishermen's Bend lands. Cr. Siuclair reported that in company with Cr. T. Smith and the town clerk he waited on Mr. lHolden, chairmast of the Melbourne Harbor Trust, to inqzu:re lriicipally about the intentions of the trust regarding the laud on Fisherman's Bend. In answer to inquiries, 1Mr Tlol den showed him a pIlan which inlicated that the trust intended to reserve for port purposes the whole of the land west of a line running from the inter section of Lorimer and Johnston streets to the distant beach. Cr. Howe: They had better take this side, too, and reserve Port Melbourne altogether. Cr. Sinclair added that Mr. Holden said afterwards that there would be small strips of territory in p...
A.N.A. DAY. Labour League and Cadets. Holidays Insisted On. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
A.N.A. DAY. Labour League and Cadets. Holidays Insisted On. Mr. li. Irvin whs the mover of two motions concerning public holidays which were dealt with at Monday night's meetilg of th.p Labour League, Mr. A. Tucker ipresiding. The first touched on the question of cadets in camp, and the second was in regard to railway sidings in connection with Victoria's Foundatiou Day.. 1r Irvin moved that a letter lb, sent to Senator Millen, calling his attention to the fact that the boy cadets were ordered into camp on A.N.A. Day. That was not right, as the boys had thus no opportunity of attending the A.N.A. function to celebrate the Foun dation Day of Victoria. If the young of our State were not to be given an opportunity to do so, how were they going to inculcate that spirit of patriotism andl zeal for a White Aus tralia that they all desired to see iam planted. There were plenty of other days for sending the boys to camp; days when the weather was cooler and more suitable for that purpose. i...
PEOPLE ARE SAYING : [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
PEOPLE' ARE SAYING: That the Mayor .has been cen sured. That his Labor 'colleagues have thus marked disapproval of his flout ing of the caucus meeting. That the division of the Labor Leaigue meeting showed that they backed up the recommendation ,of the branch executive. That 'tis not iii mortals to com nmand success. That the coimmittee of the Football Club have done more, however; they have deserved it. Th t a-ll od and true sportsnmen d .s~yf orftswomcp ought to do all, in ,theirn'po?ec.to s'hake the baa?air a big mand booming 611cqess. TPi.:t Mr. TbIiea .i&firphy's address ti .the Pb-if-(ndets .?as instructive. Thirt as Poliee, Mcagistrate he be lieves in puiishing boys who jeer at drilling cadets. That if the jeerimn ones are brought before him in court, they will have reason to regret their senseless ac tions. That the Labor Leaguers were be fogged on Tuesday nighmh- - That the Electoral' Council regula tions were responsible for a deal of questioning. Thatt MIr D. McNa...
"DRINK AND GAMBLING." Allegations by Husband and Wife. Agree to Form New Home. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
"DRINK AND GAMBLING." Allegations by Husband and Wife. Agree to Form New Home. Keen local interest was attached to a case which was called at Monday's court-the Mayor and Mr. T. Testro, J's.P., on the Bench. Joseph Weston, stevedore, was proceeded against by his wife, Elizabeth Weston, for main tenance. M?r. Weston's solicitor, Mr. D. C. Levy, assumed the role of the peacemaker, and succeeded in getting the couple to agree to patch up their 'differences. They left the court on the understanding that they should form a new home. Mrs. Weston, of pleasing aspect and tastefully dressed, said she lived apart from her husband at Leggen place, Port Melbourne. Defendant left her ten months ago, since when he had given her only 15/-. He earned £7 the previous week. lMr. Levy: Providing you give up drink, bad companions and other men, defendant is willing to provide a home for you. Will you go back to him Witness: If he makes a horie I will go back, but he is a long lime thinking about it. An...
SHARKS AND STINGAREES. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
SHARKS AND STINGAREES. Bathers on the beach have reason to exercise special care just at pre sent. Sharks are infesting the bay. Since the capture of one 9ft. 6in. inl length early.in the week they seem to have become cautious. They have taken away several baits, but have managed to avoid the hooks of the fishermen. While fishing for sharks off the Town Pier, Mr. Frederick Rooke caught a huge stingaree. From nose to tail-tip it measured 11ift., was 5ft. in breadth, and weighed 5cwt. Half an hour was occupied in getting it out of the water. It was the largest stingaree caught in this part of the bay this year. A specimen half the size was also caught. Fishing for the sharks was continued after the capture of the stingarees, but no further success attended the efforts of the anglers. The poor's-box was well patronised at the local court on Monday. As a result of three cases, a sum of 25/ was dropped into the box, two of the defendants each contributing 10/ aind a third 5/-. One of the...
WEDDING BELLS. McLellan—Kiniburgh. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
WEDDING BELLS. McLellan-Kiniburgh. A pretty wedding was celebrated last Wednesday at St. Joseph's Church be tween Eva, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Kiniburgh, of Evans Street, and Walter, only son of Mr. W. McLel Ian, of Ross Street. The parents are well known and respected. Local resi dents and a good number of friends at tended the Church to witness the cere mony. The bride, who was given away Ly her father, looked charmling in a gown of charmcuse silk, fitted with pearl ornaments and relieved by blonde lace. The dress had a fish-tail train, and was caught up with orange blossom. ,Miss Eily Kinilburgh attended as brides maid, and looked remarkably well. in a gown of crepe dlie chene, relieve\d with blonde lace and fitted with pearl trim nmings. Both bride anti bridesmaid car ried a pretty bouquet. MIr. Harry Bre reton acted as best man. in the evening the wedding breakfast was held in the Temeperance Hlall, where a large number of guests were "present. After the usual toasts...
CRICKET. Port Melbourne v. Hawthorn. H. Brereton, 132. Locals Bat Well. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
CRICKET. - ---e- Port Melbourne v. Hawthorn. H. Brereton, 132. Locals Bat Well. Port Melbourne, on the local ground, kept Hawthorn in the field the whole afternoon, scoring 376 for the loss of eight wickets. The hard-hitting bats man, H..Brereton, played a chanceless innings for 132 (one 6 anld 19 4's), his first 100 occupying only 85 minutes. It was a brilliant display cf all-round bat ting. Rademacher also played sound cricket for 63, and others who did ser viceable work were Anderson 44, J. 1MeColl 41 (not out), Jamieson 28, and Jones 27. Littletield (three for 31) obtained the best bowling average, and Rogers: was less successful with three for 96. Seores:- :PORT MELBOURNE. First Innings. A. Rademacher, e and b Allen .... - 63 A. Jamieson, b Rogers .... .... 2S I. Willmott, b Rogers.... .... 9 IH. Brereton, c Riddell, b Little field ............ .. . 132 E. A. Jones, b Rogers .. .. .:. :.. 27 S. Anderson, c Allen, b Littlefield-: 44 G. St. John, c. Brown, b, Little-:. -% field ....
FOOTBALL CLUB BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
FOOTBALL CLUB BAZAAR. Matters in connection with the three nights' ,azaar, in aid of the funds of the 1 ootball Club, present a rosy aspect. The opening ceremony will be perforemed by the Hon. J. G. Aikman, M.L.C., and it only rests with the public to roll up in their numbers and make the venture the big success it deserves to be. As is well known, the bazaar has been or ganised by the ladies interested with the object of enabling the club to clear its feet' financially. The com mittee look forward with confidence to gaininlthe support of the resi dents of the Port. All sorts of goods will he dislplhyed for sale on the stalls and good musie:d proyvranmines have been arranged. T'heer" will be no charge for admission, and the committee's cry is--"Walk up! Walk up! Show about to commence!" LIST OF DONATIONS. Amdng the articles collected for the bazaar are the following: - Mr. Lietzow, three bottles wine; Cr. Smith, hat, valie 10/6; Bacchus Marsh Milk Co., goods. Mrs. Bradbury, faticy u...
CHURCH NEWS. Holy Trinity. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
CHURCH NEWS. Holy Trinity. There will be Harvest Festival ser vices in the Church on Sunday. Holy Columunion will be celebrated at 8 -y.I ?:t its's expected that -the Church will bed. ery tastefully decorated, as thisiis. the first occasion on which the nevw c"hancel will be available for such a service:: The new Vicar, the Rev. W. M' Kie, wiill preach at both services. -