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Silver Stars v. Dandenong. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
Silver Stars v. Dandenong. On Saturday last the Stars visited Dandenong, and played one of the Dandenong Club elevens, who were disposed of in the first imnnings for the small total of 29 runs, and in their second attempt, they succeeded in totalling 52. The Stars, whose innings closed for 64 runs, won by 35 on the first innings. The.individuals who distinguished themselves with the bat were R. Long 13, J. Corr 12, and J. Paton 11; and with the ball W. Coxon 6 wickets for 9. J., Paton 5 wickets for 38, and :J. Turner, 6 wickets for 16 (inchlud ing hat trick). The fielding of the Stars was good, and a very marked improvement on previous matches, not a chance being dropped. "The Chocolate Soldier" was in good form with the bat, and also took a splendid catch. It is rumored that the. club are looking for fresh fields and pastures new in the shape of some of the selectors. - This is information by one of the reformers. The mach to-day is against Paken !iam and players are reminded that ...
CRICKET CLUB CRUISE. Wesley C.C. Go Up the Yarra. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
CRICKET CLUB CRUISE. Wesley C.C. Go Up the Yarra. (By One of the Cruisers). The members of the local Wesleys Cricket Club. with their lady friends; of course, spent a thoroughly enjoy able evening by going for a motor boat trip up the beautiful Yarra last Saturday evening. A start was made from Port Melbourne at 7 p.m., and without even the mild excitement of anyone being sea-sick, the river was reached. After picking up seve ral belated members of the party at Prince's Bridge, the boat was suc cessfully navigated to Hawthorn Tea Gardens. where refreshments ivere partaklen of by those who could be found at the appointed time. The list of "missing," however, was so great that the treasurer nearly wept. He evidently felt his resppnsibility as "father" of the party. After sending out leather-lunged scouts all except the~ "Honorable Stanley" were "resurrected." Pre parations were made for the return journey, after one enthusiastic mem ber had given a spirited exhibition of canoeing, bei...
LOCAL DENTIST'S ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
LOCAL DENTIST'S ENTERPRISE. Mr. E. A. Frost, dentist, Bay St., has introduced to his room there with characteristic enterprise, a: new an iesthetic and a new style of adminis tering it to the patient which are unique in their way. The special feature of this auntsthetic is that it eliminates all risk of after effects, which are often so injurious to the patient, who can be kept under its influence for as many hours as mmin utls in the case of the ordinary an usthetic. It can be given to very young babies, to very old persons, and to very weak invalids with. abso lutely no risk whatever. By a judi cious mixing of "laughing gas" and oxygen, by passing the gases through a special machine, delicately adjus ted, and also by inhaling through a special nasal instrument, the dentist puts his patient under the influence of the gas and restores consciousness again with the very minimum of dis comfort or danger. MIr. Frost has made a careful study for years of anmesthetics, and some of his res...
A.N.A. Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
SA.N.A. Dance. - At the A.N.A. branch meeting on Tuesday night, after the business, a. musical programme and dance were held. The following ladies and 'gen tlemen contributed to the vcrening's enjoyment:--Mrs. A. P. Walsh, Miss Hodges, and Messrs. M. Redmond, Sinu, and WTalsh. The president, Mr D. King, extended a welcome to the ladies, which was responded to by Mrs. Porritt, Port Melbourne A.W.A. -Ir. H. Sanderson acted as M.C.
School Match. Nott Street v. City Road. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
School Match. Nott Street v. City Road. The match between City Road and Nott Street resulted:-City Road, 57 (Grant 13) against tile bowling of Stenniker 5 for 14. Cullis 3 for 10, Boquest, 2 for 8 .; Nott-street, 1st in nings, 3 for 03; principal scorers, Cullis 18, Crichton 47. Sleeth, 17. On the second day the City Road tetm failed to lappear:, and fthe Nott Street boys won h). six wickets and 36 runs. Nott Street have played three and won three. They beat Graham Street by six wickets and 9 runs, had a walkover against Middle Parkl, and beat City Road by six wickets and 36 runs.
A GOOD WAR HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
A GOOD WAR HORSE. A dealer sold a horse to an officer in the army, and warranted him to be a g od a wr horse. The officer came hack in a few days, and said h1o had been swindled. 'In what war?" in quired tho dealer. "Why, there's not. a 'bit of go ij him, yet you war ranted himn a good war horsel" "Yes, 1: didi and he is a splendid war horse; hI'd soonor die than run," replied the lloan l,"
Ladies' Guild Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
Ladies' Guild Anniversary. Holy Trinity Ladies' Guild cele brated the 23rd anniversary on Thursday, hMarch 5th, last by an American Tea, which, by the courtesy of the Rev. W. and Mrs. MlcKie, was~ hleld at the vicarage. The affair was a great success. Mrs. Rendall, hon. treasurer, and MIrs. Russ are the only two present members who were at the first gathering 23 years ago.
Port Picture Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
Port Picture Theatre. With another bumper I>rogramme for next week, the management of the Port Picture Theatre are deter mined to maintain their reputation for showing none but the best pic tures. "The Sea Dogs of Austra lia," which has proved so dleservedly popular, is being thrown on the screen for the last time to-night. Then there are the star films, which are brim ful.. of exciting incident. The stars for the early part of the week are "The Heart of Kathleeu," and "Let 'er Buck," and on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. the big pictures are "The Closed Door" and "The Power of Conscience."
DISPENSARY AND PATENT MEDICINES. New System For Local Institution. Levy Remains Unaltered. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
DISPENSARY AND PATENT MEDICINES. Ne?:System For Local Institution. Levy Remains Unaltered. The system of selling drugs, patenut medicines, etc., was subjected to criti cism at Thursday night's meeting of our local Friendly Societies' Dispen sary. MIr. W. Insall presided over a good attendance. Mr. Schaffer moved and Mr. Martin seconded a motion to the efflect "that all moneys received from the sale of drngs, patent medicines, etc., be paid into the account of the Institution in future." iMr. Ward proposed that a comnuit tee be formed for the purpose o gi' ing effect to this motion in a proper business-like fashion. He suggest ed that the committee be composed of the chairman, secretary, trea surer, Mr. Joel, and Mr T. W. Hol land. This was agreed to, after be ing formally seconded by Mr. Kelly. Estimates and Levy. The secretary submitted the ac comnts and estimates for the quar ter, showing the income at £288/19/6 and the expenditure £283/6/'10, lear ing a credit balance over the wo...
PORT MELBOURNE A.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
PORT MELBOURNR E A.W.A. The usual meeting of the Port Mel bourne branch of the A.W.A. was held in the local Dispensary Hall on Wednesday, 4th inst. The chair wa~s occupied by an ex-president in the absence of the Ipresident, whose apo loAgy for nonl-attendance was re ceived. Three new members were receivcdd and welcomed to the branch. Mrs. Suffolk, secretary, reported on her attendance at the conference. It was decided to forward a donation of 10(3 to William lHenry Bacon, of Coonamble, N.S.W., whose heroic conduct in seeking assistance for his sick mother, who died before it could reach her, was so much admired by this branch. The syllabus item for the evening was a quoit competition, but had to be postponed on account of the illness of Miss Summers, wlho donated the trophy.
PEOPLE ARE SAYING [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
PEOPLE ARE SAYING : That the Druids' Gala committee, are working energetically for the local st~all. That they have organised J con cert to-morrow afternoon, in.the Port Picture Theatre. That the talent engaged is of a class which assures to all who at tend a musical treat. That Port Melbourne Swimming Club hive again won the Treadwell Challenge Shield. That they had no difficulty in re taining possession of it although 8 teams were entered. That in Miss Alice Rees the Port Ladies' Club lpossess a swimmer who will make a name for hercelf. That the Football Club's season tickets will be ready shortly.. Thabt the various committees have blieen elected, and training starts ou Tuesday. That what is wanted, now that the club starts with a credit balancee thanks to the bazaar, is for the resi de'lits to supdlort their club in large numbers.-: That the Railway United F.C. held their annual meeting last Monday. That satisfaction was expressed at being premiers, and high hopes were voiced th...
Methodist Church Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
Methodist Church Anniversary. Church anlllnivecrsary services take place in the Farrell-street Church to morrow. At 11 o'clock, Mr. John Cross. B.A., officiates, at 3 the Rev. R. S. Joyce, and at 7 Mr. J. I-I. Betherns. MLA. On Monday the an nlual demonstration takes place whon "a splendid programme has bheel ar ranged.__ _ _
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
Wyatt's SEE OUR NEW FURNITURE STORES, Wyatas Wyatt's 91-93 GRAHAM STREET, PORT MELBOURNE. Wyatts 1THEY ARE THE FINEST IN THE DISTRICT. Wyatt's ? Wya's EVERY DESCRIPTION OF Wyatt' HOUSEOLD FURNITURE Wyatt's NS....IN STOCK. Wyatt's Second-hand Furniture Wyatt's BOUGHT, SOLD OR EXCHANGED. Wyatt's Branch Shop, 15 OROOKFORD STREET. Wyatt's 'PHONE, 7113 CENT. IF YOU .. WANT SATISFACTION, VIS!T TIE EASY CYCLE & IITOR WORKS AT 57 CROCKFORD STREET. HIGHI?LASS RELIABLE CYCLES AND MOTOR CYCLES, Built to YOUR OWN ORDER AND SPECIFIOATION. Cash or Exceptionally Easy Terms. Very small deposit and small weekly instalments. MOTOR CYCLES-PRECISION, T.D.C., JAP, ACMIE, ARNO or SAROLEA-from one-third deposit, and 10/- weekly. SECONDHAND MACHINES OF EVERY DESCRIP TION-THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED AND RENOVATED-on hand, from 11 deposit and 3/- weekly. Estimates given for all Classes of REPAIRS. WORKMIANSHIP GUARANTEED. ALL SUN S DRIES AND ACCESSORIES STOCKED. Your Old Maichine Taken in as Part Payment f...
GOOD TEMPLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
GOOD TEMPLARS. The members of the Mutual Help Lodge- at its meeting on Tuesday evening in the lodge room, Graham Street, gave a pleasant "send-off" to the secretary, Miss Ivy MIartin, who left for Adelaide next day s a dele gate to represent the lod_.e at the International Temperance Confer eunce. ,Sister I. Got . C.T.. presided, and there was a good iattendauce. Visitors were present from the Mel bourne, Jubilee. uand Tallaudoon Lodges. Mrs. Manrtin. assistant supterintendeit, reported that Ias the resuilt of the competitions in singing all reeciting in the Juvenile Temple on Monday evening. Sisters Seurrie, Mummery and McKinnon. and Bro. Younig were to comnpete in the finals, ii the Temperance Hall. Russell tLtreet. next Monlday evening. On Wednesday evening the lodge paid an fllicial visit to the "Dawn of H-lope" Lodge, Yarraville. aud spent an en joyable evening. 'L'lhe next nmeeting beinm on St. P'atrick's night will be oune of "Irish Song aid Story."
ALLEGED BICYCLE "RECEIVING." Port Melbourne Man Committed. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
ALLEGED BICYCLE "RECEIVING." Port Melbourne Man Committed. Three charges of having feloni- ously received bicycles into his pos- session, knowing them to be stolen, were alleged against Charles Malkin, a grey-bearded man, who has a shop in Princes Street, and resides at 99 Pickles Street, at Thursday's Court. Mayor Page presided, and the other justices present were Messrs. D. Armstrong, J. P. Crichton, and T. Testro. Sub-Inspector G. Westcott prose- cuted, and Mr. Bloom appeared for the defence. After a hearing which occupied about two and a half hours, Mallkin was committed on all three charges to the General Sessions on April 1st for trial. Bail was allowed in one surety of £20, and accused in a like amount.
FOOTBALL BAZAAR. Winners of Art Unions. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 March 1914
FOOTBALL BAZAAR. Winners of Art Unions. In connection with the Football Club bazaar, the art unions have been drawn, and the committee feel that they have earned a well-deserved rest. The winners of the art unions drawn last Saturday night, are as follow:-Dining-room suite, E. Sin- clair, Graham-street, No. 855; tea set, Mr. Uncles. Clark-street, No. 302; set of three ornaments, first prize, Mr T. Testro, J.P., 1543; 2nd prize, Mrs. Ewart, No. 220; 3rd prize, M. Folrman. c/o J. S.T.. No. 279; 4th prize, Geo. Prest, Fisherman's Bend, No. 684; trousers, Geo. Amy. Stoke street; hat, Sam. Smith, Princes street, No. 930. The winners of these articles may have delivery of the same by calling at Mrs. Banton's, 130 Albert-street. Next meeting of the tea-room committee takes place on 5 April 13th, at 2.30 p.m. "A Famous Eleven" is the title of &nbsp; a the discourse which the Rev. J. D. Landels will preach on on Sunday evening specially for young men,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 March 1914
Wyatt's SEE OUR NEW FURNITURE Wya STORES, Wyatt's 91-93 GRAHAM STREET, PORT MELBOURNE. Wyatt's - THEY ARE THE FINEST IN T-E DISTRICT. IEVERY DESCRIPTION OF Wyatt's HOUSEHOLD FURN TURE Wyatt's .........IN STOCK. Wyatt's Second-hand Furniture Wyatt's BOUGHT, SOLD OR EXCHANGED. Wyatt's Bianch Shop, 15 OCROOKFORD STREET. Wyatt's- 'PHONE, 7113 CENT. IF YOU WANT SATISFACTION, VISIT THE EASY CYCLE& OTOR WORKS AT 57 CROCKFORD STREET. HIGH-CLASS RELIABLE CYCLES AND MOTOR CYCLES, Built to YOUR OWN ORDER AND SPEOIFICATION. Cash or Exceptionally Easy Terms. Very small deposit and small weekly instalments. MOTOR CYCLES-PRECISION, T.D.C,, JAP, AOMhE, ARNO or SAROLEA-from one-third deposit, and 010/- weekly. SECONDHAND iMACHINES OF EVERY DESCRIP TION-THoROUGHLY OVERHAULED AND RENOVATED-on hand, from £1 deposit and 3/- weekly. Estimates given for all Classes of REPAIRS. WORKM1ANSHIP GUARANTEED. ALL SUN DRIES AND ACOESSURIES STOCKED. Your Old Machine Taken in as Part Paymeht for New Ones. Co...
W.C.T.U. DRAWING ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 21 March 1914
W.C.T.U. DRAWING ROOM. A drawingroom of the above union was held in the Temperance Hall, on Wednesday afternoon last. The organizing secretary of the union, Miss Robertson, gave an interesting address in tile cause of temperance, after which a hearty vote of thanks -was passed by Mrs. Anderson, presi dent, seconded by Mrs. Danks. Mrs. Russell ilso tendered thanks on be half of the ladies present and to those who kindly contributed to the musical programme. The following items were rendered:--Piano solo, Miss Anderson; solo, "He wipes the tear," Miss Hodges; Recitation, Miss Anderson; Song, "The comining of the King," Master Haddon: Song, "Two eyes of grey," Hiss Hodges; Doxo logy. Refreshmcents were served dur ing thile afternoon. A letter from the Mayor appears elsewhere in our columns, in regard to his retirement from Thursday's bench. It makes interesting reading.