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A.N.A. AND THE DOCTORS. Medicine, Motors and Mansions. Demands of British Medical Association. Local Practitioners' Position. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
A.N.A. AND THE DOCTORS. Medicine, Motors and Mansions. Demands of British Medical Association. Local Practitioners' Position. Pride of place was Awarded at Tuesday's meeting of the A.N.A., to a discussion on the position of friendly societies and the British Miedical Association. Mlr. D. King, president, was in the chair. The subject was introduced by Mr. G. Allison, who said the posi tion taken up by the British Medical Association in regard to friendly societies was likely to be a burning one at the annual conference. In dealing with the British Medical As sociation, they had to remember that they were dealing with the strongest financial union in the world. That association was not fair in its deal ings with the A.N.A. They were boy cotting it everywhere except in Vic(?? toria, twhere fortunately the A.N.A. had too strong a hold to make that possible. No doubt if they approach ed their medical officers in Port Mel bourne they would say they were quite satisfied with what they rec...
Cricket Club Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
Cricket Club Concer't. In connection with the Graham St. Wesley's Cricket Club, a grand con cert, arranged by Miss Rendall, mostly fronm her pupils, will be held next Wednesday, 18th March, in the Graham Street Methodist School Hall, at 8 p.m. Tickets are 6d.. and a good evening's enjoyment is as sunred to those attending.
Notes on the Play. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
Notes on the Play. This is the third time (three years in succession) that the Ports second eleven have prevented Brunswick from playing in the final. H. Moss batted well at a critical period, and was well supported by O'Brien, Hoban, Schafer and Tate. The first eleven play off to-day at Hawthorn cricket ground '(adjoining Glenferrio station). The boys are looking forward to a good crowd of local supporters being present. Harry Taylor batted very solidly and stopped the rot in each innings. The team have been practising well, and are very confident of winning for the third year in succession. St. John batted vigorously for his 51, and is in good form just now. We are looking forward to a century from him to'day.
RAILWAY UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB. Annual Meeting. Office Bearers Elected. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
RAILWAY UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB. Annual Meeting. Office Bearers Elected. The annual meeting of the above club took place last Monday in the Supper Room, Town Hall, and was attended by a fair number of sup porters. Mr. Murdoch was in the chair. The club, after being practically robbed of the premiership in 1912, we are glad to state, carried it off last year, defeating their old ene mies, Yarraville; and have great hopes of being able to carry it off again this vear. By so doing the Wren Shield will come to Port Mel bourne. The balance sheet showed a debit balance of £1/17/7. The receipts for the season were £121/17/10, which included donations to the amount of £73/l16/, and the expendi ture £123/15/5. which included an amount of £21/10/ paid for medals to those players of 1912 team who were disappointed over the , final match. The. positions of the club were filled as follows --President, J. J'. Bartlett, Esq.; patron, A. Dunn, Esq.; secretary, F. Wilmot, 305 Bay Street; treasurer, W. ...
ITEMS OF NEWS. "Orama" Passenger's Sudden Death. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
ITEMS OF NEWS. "Orama" .Passenger's Sudden Death. Mrs. Janette Handley (59), a pas senger on board the Orient liner, "'Orama," at Port Mlelbourne railway pier, died suddenly on Monday night. Feeling faint, while sitting on deck, about 7.30, she asked her daughter and son-in-law to assist her down to her cabin, where she expired almost immediately. Her husband said they were on their way to Sydney from London. His wife had been partially paralysed since she had been knock ed down in Manchester by a motor cyele.
North Ports v. Middle Park. 1st Grade—V.J.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
North Ports v. Middle Park. Ist Grade--V.J.C.A. The season, as far as the North Ports is concerned, concluded last Saturday when the above teams met in Albert Park. The Park won the toss and scored 134 before the last wicket fell. Ostle 42, Marshall 16, Park 14 not out, and Morrison 11 were the double figure scorers. The North Ports at the conclusion of the first day's play had lost 5 wickets for 30, and on the resumption of play last week the last 5 wickets succeeded in adding 106. of which Mferrick 19, M1. S. Paternoster 19, Ross 17, and M. Paternoster 16, all batted well. North thus had a lead of two runs on the first innings. Middle Park started their second in nings with an hour and a half to play. and at the call of time had lost nine wickets for 61, A. Keyhoe 14, Park 11. and Archer 10 reaching double figures. North Ports--lst Innings. E.. Keyhoe, b A. Keyhoe ....... 3 G. Keyhoe, b Roberts ........ 5 Woods, b Ford............ .. 2 Bowden, b A. Keyhoe ...; ...... 3 Gilbert, b ...
ELECTRIC SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
ELECTRIC SPARKS. Don't forget The Druid's Bazaar concert In Picture Theatre to-morrow. The programme which has been arranged is one of all-round excel lence. Get your ticket early, as no tickets will be sold to-morrow. The tennis court, in connection with the church, is being opened yis afternoon by Mr. Sangster, M.L.A. A capital programme has been ar ranged for the annual demonstration of the Farrell-strect Church, which is advertised for Monday. All the items are of an interesting chalracter. There was .onie excitement on Thursday morning as the result of an outbreak of fire in Dow Street. It was extinquished, however, with out any trouble. Jt was formally agreed at the meet jlng of the A.N.A., on Tuesday that Cr. R. 11. Gill and Mr. S. D. Higgins, thi two delegates to the annual con ference,. should receive their cheques for expenses, £5 each. The members of Port Melbourne Cricket Club have intimated their in tention of being present in a body at Rev. Mr. Laudelis discourse on "A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
EONESTLY RECOMMENDED. "To anyope suffering from ,harrhoea I can honestly recommend Chamber lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy as being the most satisfactory remedy on the market,"' writ?s Mr. C. C. HIooper. WVakefield, N.Z. "I have tried all sorts of medicines, lbut have found no thing equal to Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Ilemedy." Sold by E. Par sons, grocer, Bay.street. DESPERATE SHOOTING Pains in the Chest require prompt treatment. Use Dr. Sheldon's New Dis covery for Coughs and Colds. Tt gives immediate relief. Price, 1/6 and 3/-. Obtainable eperywherea FIGH'TING FOR BREA2K. "My little boy was a martyr to bad colds and coughs," says Mrs. C. Warrell. Lake's Creek, Rockhampton, Q. " At times be lihas licen o bad that I have found hiim fighting for breath. Sinco I started giving him Chambnrlain's Cough Remedy, I do not worry over his coughs for I know that a couple of doses will give him immediate relief." Sold by E. Parsons. erocer. Bav-street. Meagher's Hotel, City Road, C/r...
RIFLE SHOOTING. Handicaps and Aggregate Results. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING. Handicaps and Aggregate Results. Third quarterly aggregate:--lst shoot 14/3/'14. Quarterly teams and spoon; 14 shots at 600 yards. Capt. T. Prest, D. Lang, H. Watt, A. Fadersen, and J. Gibbons, 6; W. Prest, R. Sutcliffe. and R. Lang, 8; G. Watt, J. T. Kinsel In, 9; D. Molloy, A.. Paterson, J. O'Brien, A. O'Brien. W. O'Brien, 10; C Harradence, D. Sinclair, N. W. Young, D. Paterson, H. Waller, C. Bloomfield 11 J. Rummage A. B. Pater son, G. T. Jones, E. Le Page, J. Vick, J. Trevillian, 12; T. Molloy, W. Hamp tont 14: J. Polhill, W. A. Coath, 15; A. Rose, 16; A. H. Williams, 18; C. EImellen, A. Reiter, P. O'Toole, 20. Result of 7/3/'14 pool, 14 shots at 900 yards:--A. Fadersen, 62 (9) 70; D. C. Lang, 64 (10) 70; T. Prost, 63 (8) 70; J. Gibbons, 58 (9) 67; H. Watt, 58 (8) 66; W. Prest, 56 (10) 66; A. B. Paterson, 47 (15) 62; C. Harradonce. 49 (12) 61; G. Watt, 51 (10) 61; R1. Sutcliffe, 41 (8) 49; D. Sinclair, 23 (12) 35. Finals in Second Quarterly Aggre gatc:-A. Faderse...
SWIMMING MATCHES. Graham School Competitions. A Successful Gathering. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
SWIMMING MATCHES. Graham School Competitions. A Successful Gathering. The Swimmning Carnival of the Gra ham School, which was held on Wednes day afternoon, 11th lMarch, proved sue ccssful. The day was fine and warm. and was all that could be desired for swimming. Those who competed in the various events showed considerable skill and pace in the water. A fine display of high uand fancy diving was given by Mr. Hoowlett and M5r. Harris. The team of the Port Melbourne Swi mming Club, which was successful in winning the shield, which carries the Senior Life-saving Championship of Victoria, at the recent life-saving con tests, gave a very instructive exhibi tion of life-saving. The judges includ ed Crs. Russell andl Sinclair, and Mr. H. Stranaghan. Mlr. Richardson, who was assisted by Mr. Locke, proved a most satisfactory starter. Tea and light refreshments were dis tributed to the competitors and officials by the School Committee, under the management of Mesdames Banton, and Keyhoe. The ...
THE YOUNG GUARD. Our Own Battalion. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
THE YOUNG GUARD. Our Own Battalion. This afternoon, General Sir Ian Hamn ilton, K.G.B., Inspector-General Over. seas' Forces, will inspect the 12th and 13th Brigade of Senior Cadets, at Al bert P'ark, near Middle Park station. The local Half Battalion will parade at 2 p.m., and march to Parz-le--rou,'dl to arrive at 2.30. They will there be joined by the South Melbourne Area and move to a position allotted to them by Mainjor Dowse, D.A.Q.3I.G., who is in charge of the parade. The inspecting oficer and staff are timed to arrive at 3.30 p.m., and after taking the salute, will inspect the par ade, after which the cadets will narch past. There will be over 6,000 cadets on parade, and as this is the first re view of cadets since the inauguration of the present Defence scheme it will be interesting to see how the 9ads shape under what is usually a rather trying ordeal. This parade counts as a compulsory whole day parade, and any cadet ab senting himself for any reason except sickness is l...
The Kilpatrick Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
The Kilpatrick Benefit. The committee who are organising the benefit for the widow and fam ily of the late Hugh Kilpatrick. in timate that the amount allowed for the Trip to Tasmania, for which an art union has been arranged, is £0 10/-. This is an attraction which I ought to make the art union well patronised, apart altogethler from thd very deserving canuse for which it ha:ls been promoted.
PORT MELBOURNE AGAIN CHAMPIONS. Live Saving Competition. Challenge Shield and Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
PORT. MELBOURNE AGAIN CHAMPIONS. Li've Saving Competition. Challenge Shield and Cup. The isicreasing interest in the work of the Victorian head centre of the Royal Life Saving Society was demon strated by the large attendance at the City Baths, Swanstou Street, last Sat-a urday evening when the third annual f competitions for the Treddwell Chal lenge Shield and Tweyne Lemme Cup for proficiency in life-saving methods were hold under the auspices of the society. The pleasure of the visitors was marred somewhat by the bad ven tilation and a vitiated atmosphere which, as the evening wore on, had as most depressing effeet. The progranmne opened with the trials for the Lemme Cup. The competitors were the Port Mlelbourne Swimming Club, Albert Park State School (girls) Yarra Park State School boys kuolders) The Albert Park State School girls fre quently won applause by their fine dis play. They won the competition eas ily, securing 95 points out of a possible 100. Richmond State School boys...
WEDDING BELLS. LOUGHHEAD—WILKINSON. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
WEDDING BELLS. LOUGHHEAD-WILKINSON. - The wedding was celebrated at Holy Trinity Church, Bay-street, Port MIelbourne, on the 4th March, of Mr. Perey C. M. Loughhead, eldest son of MIr and iMrs C. B. Loughhead, of Graham street, Port Melbourne, and Miss Alice Wilkinson, only daughter of Mr. and Airs. F. Wilkinson, ("Manchester IHouse'"), Crockford-street, Port -Mel bourne. The Rev. Stanley Hollow, as sisted by the Rev. 'William McKioe peorformedl the ceremony. Mr. Shinpen ofliciated at the organ. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore white duchess satin. trimmed with pearls and Brussels lace: The bodice was uncommionly draped with thei lace, the skirt draping in graceful folds. The long court train falling from the shoulders, of white duchess satin, lined with shell-pink silk, was hiandsomely embroidered with pearls, forming true lovers'-knots. A horse-shoe of orange blossom finished the pointed end. The bridal veil was handsomely worked in silk and worn with a wreath of ...
MOTHER AND MISSING DAUGHTER. Pathetic Petition to Local Justices. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
MOTHER AND MISSING DAUGHTER. Pathetic Petition to Local Justices. A pathetic petition was laid be fore the Justices at the local court on Monday. At the conclusion of the business, a motherly-looking, pleas ant-faced woman asked if their Wor ships would assist her to find her daughter by issuing a warrant for her arrest. The girl, who was 20 years of age, had been a waitress and had been last seen in Elizabeth street. When Mr. Testro suggested that the missing girl had come under some evil influence, the mother said she feared so. She was advised to try the City Court as the Justices were powerless in the matter.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
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Mr. MOLONEY'S FAREWELL. Presentation From Staff and Children Picturesque Playground Proceedings. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
Mr. MOLONEY'S FAREWELL, Presentation From Staff and Children Ficturie'ue P!ayqrouid Pro.eeding?. Mr. James Moloney, head teacher of Nott-street State school, took his farewell of Port Melbourne on the afternoon of Friday, 6th inst. He was presented with a gold watch and albert, subscribed for by the members of his staff and by the school children. All the classes were marshalled in the school play-ground, .in perfect order, and it was in front of these appreciative juvenile spectators that presentation proceedings took place. That was what gave to the gathering such a picturesque aspect. About the ceremony, too, there was an impressiveness which will cause it to remain stamped on the memory of even the youngest children present. A Chorus of Praise. Cr. E. F. Russell voiced the opinion of the Town Council, in the absence of the Mayor, through pressure of business. Mr. Gee. L. Sangster, M.L.A., was present, and said he was glad to have that opportunity of testifying to the excellent w...
Railway United C.C. V.J.C.A., 3rd Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
Railway United C.C. V.J.C.A., 3rd Grade. The .above club concluded their match with the Balmain Footballers last Saturday, the same ending in a victory for the 'Ways by three wic kets, the final scores being: Balmain Footballers, 1st innings, 64; 2nd in nings, 93; Railway United, 1st in nings, 64; 2nd innings, 7 wickets for 95. The best performers for the win ners were Neuchew 44 not out, Mox ham 19 and 10, Reilly 16 and 13, Newton 16, Edwards 12 for 62, Reilly 3 for 9, Neuchew 2 for 12, and MIcDonald 1 for 33. The positions of teams in A sec tion are as follows:-St. Ignatius' 23 points, Howe Crescent 13 points, Loyal Rose 13 points, Brunswick Baptists 5 points, Railway United, 4 points. Semi-finals commence to-day, when the leading team in A section will be matched with the second teamin in B section, and vice-versa. The 'Ways during the season played ten matches, won five, and lost five, which was a fair pel;formance for their first year in the Association.