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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
GET QUOTATIONS FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION OF TIMBER and BUILDING MATERIAL FROM . J. E. EARL, Bay-street, Port IMelb. ?BEFORE GOING ELSEWHERE. - PRNDICE LIST. 70-lb. Bag Sugar ... 13s. iod. Xmas Ham ... I/2 Rosella Tomato Sauce ... ?5ad bot. Tomato Sauce (large bottle) 5d bot. 7-lb. Bag Plain Oatmeal I/24d 5-lb Pearl Barley I/ 7-lb. Bag Flaked Oatmeal I/4½d Mermaid Tea I.. / Van Houten's Cocoa ... 9gd tin 50-lb Bag Roller Flour ... 4/9 Milk Pudding ... xId pkt. Wunsaweek Boot Polish 3d tin Pearl Tapioca ... 2bd lb Windmill Cocoa ... 6d tin Tomato Sauce (small bot.) 2id bot. Finest Oatmeal ... 2d lb. Foster Clark's Custard ... 4.d tin Mida Ceylon Tea ... 1/3 lb. Seeded Tapioca ... 2d lb. 12-lb. At Crystal Sugar ... 2/6 Standard Milk .. 6d tin 5o.lb Bag Roller Flour ... 4/10 I5o test, American Kerosene 4/- Baked Beans ... 71d tin Lemon Peel 7.. d lb. Rich Soups' (Foster Clark's) load tin Plum Jam . 7d tin Preservene Soap ... 3d bar 7-lb. Self-Raising Flour ird lb. 2-lb Packet Havelock Flour...
TOWN COUNCIL. Mr. Maloney's Farewell Letter. Councillors and A.N.A. Invitation. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
TOWN COUNCIL. Mr. Maloney's Farewell Letter. Councillors and A.N.A. Invitation.: The Mayor presided at the usual fortnightly meeting of the Town Council. on Tuesday night. Several matters of considerable public inter est were on the agenda. A.N.A. Exhibition. An invitation was extended to the councillors from Mr. Bannerman, manager, on behalf of the A.N.A. National Fete Committee, to pay an official visit to the Educational Exhi bition, any evening next week, ex cepting Saturday. Cr. O. Sinclair moved that the invi tation be accepted. Cr. R. H. Gill said the Metropolitan Committee of the A.N.A. were inviting all public bodies. Cr. E. Russell: Does that invita tion extend to the ladies? Cr. Gill: I suppose so. - It was agreed to accept the invita. tion, amid Thursday was fixed on as a dhte likely to suit the bulk of the councillors for attending. Mr. J. Maloney's Retirement. The following letter was read by the Town aClerk:--"I have the honor to informnyou that I am retiring from the...
RAILWAY UNITED C.C. Third Grade V.J.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
RAILWAY UNITED C.C. Third Grade V.J.C.A. The above club commenced their match with the Victoria Brewery last Saturday on the local's wicket. The visitors won the toss, and decided to have first use of the wicket. They were dismissed for 87 runs, Edwards capturing five for 30, M'Donald two for 10, and Neuchew two for 11. The 'Ways in their first innings have lost four wickets for 61, Mlox ham and McDonald being not out, with 28 and 17 respectively. The match will be concluded to day, when players are requested to be on the ground at 2.30 sharp.
Port I.O.R. v. Clifton Hill I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
Port I.O.R. v. Clifton Hill I.O.R. Played on the former's ground, and won by Port by two wickets and two runs. atfer an exciting finish. Scores: Clifton Hill, 95 and 34; Port, 59 and eight wickets for 72. By winning this match Ports must keep in the first four. Ports owe their victory to C. Lusch (four for 18 and four for 11), Smith (two for 19 and four for 3). C. Fenton (four for 24), Antonia (24), Piohasky (27), Smith (10), and Moulin (8 not out). The bowling of Lusch and Smith was. deadly in the second innings, Smith' only bowling 13 balls. "Are we down-hearted?" was the cry on Saturday, when they were given 71 runs to make to win. Every man played his best, and the team is a happy family again. Ports play Melbourne to-day on the Royal Park.
JEERING AT CADETS. Police Magistrate's Advice to Police. Mr. Read Murphy at Port Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
JEERING AT CADETS. -e- Police Magistrate's Advice to Police. Mr. Read Murphy at Port Melbourne. Mr. Read Murphy, P.MI., addressed the cadets of E Company-Captain Imray commanding--in the drill-hall at the end of the Town Pier, on Saturday afternoon. Captain C. R. Derrick, Area Officer, presided, and introduced MIr. Murphy. In the course of his remarks, the P.M. pointed to the lesson to be drawn from the decline of Roman and other em pires when they lost their military greatness and said the boys ought to treasure the heritage to which they had fallen heirs. In one of his districts as Police Magistrate, he said it had come to his notice that two or three boys were jeering at the cadets and seeking to prevent them from attending drill. Whenever he heard that he called for the senior member of the police in court. - He instructed that officer to get his constables to keep a strict watch for any boys of the character indicated, and to lock them up and punish them. He did not care about ...
LAMP-SMASHING YOUTHS. Discussion at Town Council. Cr. Gill and Lenient Justices. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
LAMP-SMASHING YOUTHS. Discussion at Town Council. Cr. Gill and Lenient Justices. The vexed question of the destruc tion of public property in Port Mel bourne cropped up at Tuesday's meeting of the local' Town Council, the mayor in the chair. The opinion seemed to be that the -trouble could' not be ended till the local Bench showed greater strictness in dealing with the offenders when brought before them. A letter from 5Mr. Sainsbury, Chief Commissioner of Police, was read to the following effect: - " The local police, both in uniform tad plain clothes, have been giving close atten tion to the destruction of electric lamps at Port Melbourne, with the result that several convictions have been obtained several convictions have bee...oa? tained youths guilty of the of fences. I may add that most of the olffences appear to be com mitted by youths with air-guns, andI the detection of the culprits is very diflicult. The police will con tinue to give the matter attention." Cr. R. II. Gill a...
AQUATIC CARNIVAL. Our Swimming Club. At City Baths. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
AQUATIC CARNIVAL. Our Swimming Club. At City Baths. A spirited, bright, and amusing carni val was successfully carried out on Wed nesday evening at the City Baths, Swanston-street, under the auspices of the Port Melbourne Swiminiing Club. Although the weather was close and sultry, some 300 were present to witness the first-class programme of various events arranged, and, in addition, the humor of mnerry-makers, who created roars of laughter by their comlicalitics. Last year, at the termination of the local club's first car'nival, at these baths, aquatic enthusiasts characterised it as the best-nmanaged and most sue cessful held. It is worthy of mention that the prestige then gained in no way declined on Wednesday evening. The committee, with Mr. J. Lock as secretary, set an exanmple of punctuality and good management, leaving nothing to chance. Unfortunately, through no fault of the local officials, some 26 en tries were omitted from the prograilmme, and this being so, disappointmen...
ELECTRIC SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
ELECTRIC SPARKS. Football Club's annual meeting In the Town Hall, on Monday night. There is certain to be a bumper house. So the order is "Come early aind avoid the crush." The bazaar in aid of the club's finances is being opened on'Thursday by Mr. Aikman, M.L.C. Dr Percy Shelton, who has.been as sociated in the medical practice ,of: Dr. R. L. Rosenfield, ait: Poit M-el bourne, intends commencing iprtctice at Elsternwick, within the: ~ievtfoit night. Miss Maggie Field; Reenue:: Cot tage, 151- Esplanade West, desires' is: to say that she was not conceined in: any way with the curious affair at the * end of the Town Pier on Friday night, nhen- Anthony Dunn got into the water. It is announced that Mr. Frank Brennan will lecture on "The Northern Territory," under the auspices of the local Labour League. Details as to Sdate,' larn,''r, &c,: have been left in' the hands of Mr. Coniff, the secretary of the branch. It is stated that Sergeant Sims, now in charge of the Montague polic...
PORT MELBOURNE STALL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
PORT MELBOURNE STALL. In connection with the local stall at the Druids' Bazaar, a "Urockery Right" takes place in the Mayor's room on 25th inst. Everything promises well for the gathering, for which a capital musical programme has been arranged. A Pleasant Sunday Afternoon is also.being organised by Mr. Schmidt, to take place in the Port Picture Theatre on March 16th. Tickets for this are now on sale.
ST. JOSEPH'S LADIES' H.A.C.B.S. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
ST. JOSEPH'S LADIES' . H.A.C;B.S.. St. Joseph's Ladies' No. 17 branch quarterly meeting took place on Monday night, the president, Miss Cuilcll. in the chair. The secretary read a letter from the District Sec retary re the Annual Communion in St. Patrick's Cathedral on' Sunday, March 8, and Communion Breakfast immediately after the' 8 o'clock Mass, in the Cathedral Hall, and urged. all members,.if possible, to be present, as this year promises to eclipse- all others. Drag leaves .St. Joseph's Church, Rowse street, on -Sunday at 7.20 a.m. All members who intend going should please notify the secre tary, Miss McCormack, as soon as possible. Business being finally con,. eluded, the members indulged in caird playing, after partaking of hligt i?.? freshmuents. A very pleasantl alid most enjoyable evening was broughl to a close. . `'Sheo: Beg pardon, sir, for walking on your feet." Heo: "Oh, don't mention it. I walk on them myself, you known.'.
Silver Stars v. Ferntree Gully. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 February 1914
Silver Stars v. Ferntree Gully. On Saturday the Stars visited Fern tree Gully, and played against their first eleven, and after disposing of them for the meagre total of 45 runs, closed their innings with 8 wickets down for 141 runs. The individuals who distinguished themselves with the bat were:--R. Tracy, 19; W. Coxon, 16; Mr. Dough arty, 10; A.B. Harper, 9; J. Turner, &nbsp; 21; "Mr. Sundries," who was the high est scorer of the match with 22 runs, and H. Mitchell, 13. With the ball, J. Paton, 6 wickets for 21; W. Coxon, 4 wickets for 14 runs; were the best. James took two splendid catches, one of them disposing of the most dangerous batsman in the opposing side, J. Gott. Herbert was indeed a surprise packet, probably this was because he had his mascot with him. The worthy captain took a splendid catch, but there is reason to believe that nobody was more surprised than himself, except the secretary.
North Ports v. Richmond City. Ist Grade V.J.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 February 1914
* orth Ports v. Richmond City. Ist Grade V.J.C.A. This match was brought to a con elusion last week, and resulted in a drawn -game. The North's suppor ters rolled up in fair numbers in -anti cipation of seeing a good innings by M[. Paternoster (who had scored 169 npt. out the previous Saturday), but they were doomed to disappointment as, after adding 9, he was caught.. The innings closed for 275. Tlhe City made a bad beginning, the lirst three wickets falling for' 15. Owing to flue innings by Pearson 40, Webb 40 not out, and Wiles 19 not out they lasted till call of time, and a drawn game was the. result. Scores: North Eorts--lst Innings. Dines p .ero . er, Johnson, b .Din........... ........ .... .178 Woodr , b Dines .....; ...... 7 Hughes, b Johnson . . 14 E. Keyhoe, e and b Johnson .. 2j Ross, c Hele, b Johnson ...... 0 G. Keyhoe, run out .... .... 38 i P. Morrick, nabsent .... ..... 1' Bowden, b HEoe .. . ;... . - .. : O Lewis, stp. Williams, b Hcle ..:- 10 Hutchinson, b Dines ....
Railway United C. C. V.J.C.A. 3rd Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 February 1914
Railway United C. C. V.J.C.A. 3rd Grade. The above club concluded their match with the Victoria Brewery C.C. last Saturday, the result ending in an outright victory for the 'Ways by five wickets. The scores were as follows:-Railw ay United, 96 and 5 for 44; Victoria Brewer'y, 87 and 9 for 52 (iluninogs closed). The bet perfoqrmels ±01for the win emrs were~Mioxiam 41, McDonald 19 and 13 'Y0ifowibwla?y 14; niud bowling, Edwiards 10 or 61, G. McDonald 2 foir 229, e?Nchew 2for 11, and New ton 1 foi To day's:match will be against Bal main Footballers at Richmond. Play ers?mid supl)orters are requested to catiththe 215 train from North Poi't.
GOOD TEMPLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 February 1914
GOOD TEMPLARS. The Mutual Help Lodge had a pleasant gathering of members and visitors on Tuesday evening in the lodge roomu, Graham Street, when the sisters 1provided a surprise for the brothers. Sister I. Gotz presided 111(and presen)ted euachl brother present with a useful 'ift, which was suit ably acknowledged. Sister iMartin reported on the amullil election of aiticers in the District Lodge, Bro. ranoueh being re-elected D.C. Bro. Mayne was present from Rupanyup. and Bro. H-ancock from Helfiedl. Visi tors were also present from Queens land and Pioneer Lodge, who gave encouraging addresses on the work of the order. Songs and recitations were contributed by members and a tew parlor games played. The Chief Templar announced that the programmue for thle next meeting vwould be song charades. A vote of thanks was accorded to visitors, whol suitably responded.
MR. W. C. MILLER'S CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 February 1914
MR. W.,;C. ;MILLER'S CONCERTS. An enjoyable evening was, spent at the Bend Mission Hall on Tuesday, 24th, when a high-class programme was given by Mr. VW. C. Miller to a crowded audience. The overture ' Alice' " (Asch by Mr. W. C. IMiller found him to be a favourite with his audience. Miss E. Peady sang "Good Bye'" (Tosti) in finished style, and rendered, later, "'Be loved it is morn," in a most capable manner. Mr. Roy McBride, who is the possessor of a well-trained bass voice, rendered -to perfection "'Out on the Deep," and afterwards "'Mary," both of which were well received. Little Corry Williams brought the house down with her recitation, "'VWhen the Mini ster comes to Tea." Her encore num bers were ''Drifted out to Sea," and "Little Orphan Annie,"' both well rendered. Master Bruce Warren fav oured his audience greatly with his violin solos, "'Haymaker 's Dance" (Volti), "lntermezzo"' from ''Caval iere Rusticana,' ' and ' ' Autumn Leaves.''" Miiss Etlie Miller found inm mediate ...
P.A.F.S. Port Melbourne v. Brunswick. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 February 1914
P.A.F.S. Port IVelbourne v. Brunswick. . The above niitch was comnmencedr on Saturday last at the 'rear of Port's ground, tihe scores being.q as follows i Brnnswick: 76 (Fordl u.-21, -Traf'f ter 16; J. Deas 6 for r32, T. Pratta 3 for 30).: Port Melbonurne: 7 foi... 32 -(Blir 31, J. Deas 34, Pratt 26), - Ports suffered their first defeat on Saturday week, going under to Mel bourne on the 1st innings. Ports should have won, having 3 wickets to spare at call of time and only 6 rins wanted. Players should try and be on the ground at 2.45 and get an early start. The secretary would like all pictu?e ticket money handed in, also 11 member's subscriptions.
FOOTBALL PICNIC. Railway United Ladies' Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 February 1914
FOOTBALL PICNJC. Railway United Ladies' .Committee. The ladies eomznnuuj or tne lail way United Football Club were enter tained at a picnic last Sunday week at South Morang by the club's popular president, M-r. J. J1. Bartlett. The ladies conunittee issued invitations to the commnittee, players, trainers, etc., of the football club to be present, ac conmpanied by their lady friends, and a large number accepted the invitation to be nresent. Five drags were en gagedl to carry the picnickers to South Morang. Shortly after their arrival the company sat down to dinner at Jewell's South Morang Hotel. Mr. J. Cakes moved a hearty vote of thanks to the ladies committee, coupled with the name of their worthy president, Mr. 1. J. Bartlett. At the couclusion of dinner, medals were nresented to the players for the season 1912. Mr. T. P. Laney ex plained that they were that day pre senting the players with medals as a sequel to the match on which the pro test was lodged. Mrs. Browski, secretary o...
Graham-street. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 February 1914
Graham-street. Conference Sunday will be ob served at Graham-street Methodist Church. The Rev. J. McBride. of Bendigo, preaches at 11 o'clock ser vice, and at 7 o'clock the preacher will be Rev. J. Osborne Cook, of Benalla. The announcement that evening continuation classes are being opened on MIonday in Nott-street State school, for youths over 14 years, is of great interest. Seeing that they are absolutely free the classes ought o be w,! attehded. - T aonod c - ii (he all-powerful lever.