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CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 April 1914
CHILDREN'S. PLAYGROUNDS. Something in the nature of reflec tion was unintentionally cast upoh the Port Melbourne Council by :a recent deputation when the organi satjon known as the .Guild of Play -imputed negligence of a palpable duty as regards the provision of chlildren'ls playgrounds. As a mat ter of fact, as one of-the councillors was careful to point out, the coun eil essayed something inl this direc tion a. fewv years ago, but evidently failedi in its mission, because a nuum ber of ratepayers formulated a re quest for its discontinuance. But that, or course, did niot stultify the idea; it was merely an indication of the Council's lack of experience in. the way of effeetnation. A similar project was launchelcd in Richmond several yexlrs iago, but children of a larger growth-blossoming hoodlums and the likie--madle themselves so ob jectioiinable in one -way and aniiother that anxious parents wvithd!:ew their childiren firom the scenlle-auld audi tioi of tite laniguage-and the ou...
CRICKET. Graham-street Wesleys' C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 April 1914
CRICKET. .,-9 Graham-street Wesleys' C.C. Last Saturday, Graham-street--or a small portion of them-played a seratch match against tile lochl Bap tists. The Baptists were easily vic torious, largely on account of their hav\ing a 'fuller .staff than their op ponents. Jottiiigs.-. SGrahnin-street members. are re mindedl that training takes place on Monday and Wednesday evenings, and as the time is getting on to the eomlllellcelletent of' tile season,L are re quested to attend. Prospects for tihe comiing season are brightening.. Norm. Carnie will most likely donl thle color(i again, :ntid 1. L irer e. I.new raek mat, is :x pected to appear also. It is also quite on tlhe cards that one of the loral constables will strengthllen the \Vesleys' tollowing deplartment. Members' -ubs. are now due, and may hei paid to the secretary any time. There wil be no practic.e to-day, on accoouit of tlie holidays.
EXPENSIVE SPURT. Thirty Mlles An Hour. Motorist Fined £2. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 April 1914
EXPENSIVE SPURT. Thirty Miles An Hour.. S Motorist Fined £2. A young mai named James Morri soil was brought before the local court: on Monday last on a charge of haviiig driven a motor car along Bay Street at a speed dangerous to tile public. Constable Fitzgerald stated that on March 10th he and Constable Bourke were in Bay Street liming motor ears. The section they had in view yas the 300 yards that lay bIetween the Cheqnuer's Inn and Man's plum hers' shop. Defendant covered this distance in 20 seconds, orl at the rate of 30 miles an hour. "Traflic cani enter this section from s'ix different streets," said witness. "A mail boat was going out and there was considerable traffic on the road at the time. Constable Bouirke, in corroborat ig, saiid he spoke to defendant when he returned from the pier, aid he asked tlhat it be not:;reported be cause hle would "get the sack.' Defelndant's version was that he "picked up" liis faire, who was 20 minutes ltle ;:at the Melbourne Club. and then ...
ON THE BEACH AT MIDNIGHT. One Month For Vagrancy. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 April 1914
ON THE BEACH AT MIDNIGHT. One Month For Vagrancy. A wonian of evident foreign ex traction, who told the bench--`essrs__ Hester, Te.stro, and Crichton. J.'sP. it tile local court on Tuesday that she was eminently respectable, and ad vanced ais tiln arguent in support of thle contention that she was being ni mintainied Iby a sailor named Buller, was sent to gaol for a month on a clarge ofl having .no lawful visible means of support. She gave the Iname o Riose Brown to the arrest ilg constable, but subsequently ad mitted it was mlereseha Zenerzza. Conitabile Tope said he had arrest ed accused at about 1 a.m. on the previous. ev\ening. She had been drinkiug with two men in the vicinity of the riilway pier. lie had knowi liel ftor about three imoiths and had uiever known helr to work for hier liv ig. IlIe hadl cnutioned her several tiies, and she had always pleaded tor nmercy. Senior-constable Finlayson corro bIoratedl anid gave accused a very bad character indeed. Accused asked to, be g...
Classes for Senior Cadets. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 April 1914
Classes for Senior Cadets. Captain Derrick, aiea officer, an nounces that non-commissioned offi cers' classes will be continued throughout the year on MIonday even ings. The inteition is to hold exam inations every lialf year, and cadets desirous of attaining promotion may attend the classes. The distinc tions set aaiunst their nuames were obtained by the following at the last esxamination:-Sergt. Ralston, color sergt.: Corporal Chapman, sergt.: Lance-Corporals Duster, Carter, I-Iart, Cassidy becnme corporals, as also did Cadets Eimery, Coffey:'Blue, Scrivener, MIcAlister and Scullil; while Cadets D)urston anld WTalsh clualified as lance-corporals.
PORT MELBOURNE BICYCLE. CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 April 1914
PORT MELBOURNE BICYCLE. CLUB. There was a fair attendance of members at the nineteenth annual meeting of the above club, which took phlce in the club rooms on Monday, April i6th. The president, Mr. H. J. larmian, occupied the chair. The balance-sheet sho~wed receipts for the season amounting to £72/4/3, and thle expenditure was set down at £66i/2/7, leaving a credit balance of £ti/1/8. The election of office-bear ers foi the ensuing year resulted as follow: President.:-lHl. J. Harman. rie elected. Vice-Presidenits :-G. A. Briggs, W. IButler, J. Purcell, J. Riall, W. Wat son, J. Eason. V. Uniacke, T. Ashton, Mrs. A. Whitton. Secretalry:v and Treasurer:--Messra J. Oakes and Bartlett, respectively (unioppos.d). Committee:--. . Lawson. J. Riall, H. Walker. J. Brooker, Dr. Hill, -L Powell. W. Freebody. .Cnaptain and vice-C.ptainU:-T. Sti vey and G. Bartlett respectively; bil liar'd hadicaplper. G. Bartlett; bi cycle lhandicapper, H. Daniel; audi tors, G. A. Wall and W. J. Paterson. The a...
SNAKES F.C. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 April 1914
SNAKES F.C. The above team defeated Staun ton'sr F.C. last week, by. 29 points, Scores were:-Snakes, 5 goals: 12 be hinds (42 points); Staunton's, 1 goal 7 behinds (13 points). Becker, Barfoot, Hair, and Smith (2) kicked the goals for the winners. E. Becker struck his old form on the forward line.
LIGHTERMAN ACQUITTED. Case of John Christian Anderson. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 April 1914
LIGHTERMAN ACQUITTED. Case of John Christian Anderson. A great deal of local interest at tached to the case of John Christian Anderson, a lighterman, who was charged before the Port Melbourne court on Monday, March 30, with having stolen a quantity of timblier, lead and rope, valued at £30, the pro perty of Alfred Harman. Mr. J. Nolan appeared for defendant, who pleaded not guilty; but the bench, after hearing evidence, decided that a prilna facie case had been made out and committed him for trial. The case was brought on at the Court of General Sessions on April 8th, and the jury returned a verdict of not guilty. Accused was thereupon dis clharged. Following is a resune of the evidence heard at the lower court: George Barrett, laborer, emnloyed by Alfred Harman, said he visited the ship "King's Weir" on February 12. She was lying at the Cattle wharf on the Yarra. Witness went-to re move some timber, which was poidion of a decli cabin. He placedlsome wire rope inside the cabin. He a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 April 1914
HACKING COUGH. "For about two years my son Eric had a nasty hacking cough," says Mfr. Albert W. Coleman, "Caramba," Mon cur Street, Dulwich Hill, N.S.W. "Then T gave him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and after a few doses noticed he had greatly improved. Be fore we had given him the whole bottle his cough hal completely disappeared. HIe is now strong and well and gaining weight daily." Sold by E, Parsons, Grocer, Bay-stroet. A NEW REMEDY. Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills for Backache and Kidney Troubles are an excellent Remedy which has only to be tried to be appreciated. Price, 1/6 and 2/6. Obtainable everywhere. GIRL'S HANDS AND FEET COVER ED WITH CHILBLAINS. "SHE WOULD CRY FOR HOURS WITH THE PAIN." REXONA QUICKLY CURES. "'My little girl Ruby had her feet and hands covered with chilblains for weeks. There were big bliaters all over her feet. The poor child used to cry for hours with the pain. She could not iput her boots on,"' writes Mrs. Jane Reiffcl, 85 Humffray-street, Ballar at E., Vic. "...
WESLEY CAMPERS. Trip to Wildwood. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 April 1914
WESLEY CAMPEPS. Trip to Wildwood. A party of eleven of the Wesley Campers took advantage of the Easter vacation,- and spent a good time at Wildwood. A start was made at 5.40 a.m. on Good Friday, and a cool ride, and an occasional ditty by -the come dian "Lauder" passed away the jour ney pleasantly enough. Arrived at the camping ground, they were soon busy with the tent, etc.; and were settled down to dinner (which was done ample justice to), in a very short time. The camp fire was well surrounded in the evening, and ''Lauder,''' ''Father Jimn," and the "'Man WVith the Red Kerchief" were in fine form. On Sat urday after breakfast shooting, ferret ing, and another attempt by some to snatch a snooze, passed away the mnorn ing. Dinner was the next item, and the ''French Chef" was again in great form. It is whispered that one, "Bags," had to be carried away on "'Lofty's"' stretcher, being too full for words. The afternoon was spent in rabbiting and bird-catching. After tea the boys agait...
A CHARGE OF VAGRANCY. Drink Again the Trouble. A Young Woman Gets A Chance. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 April 1914
A CHARGE OF VAGRANCY. Drink Again the Trouble. A Young Woman Gets A Chance. A charge of being an idle and dis orderly person without sufficient means of support, or, in other words. an accusation of vagrancy, was brought against a young~ woman named May Ryan at the local court on Tuesday. From the evidence for the prose cntioii* as adduced by Constable Tope and Senior Constable Finlayson, it seems that defendant was arrested after mnidnight in Bay Street. She was in the companiy of others atnd hladl been drinking. Tope said he had known her for about three mouths and had seen her loitering about the streets inL a semi-drunken condition until midnight. He had never known her to follow a lawful occupation. To Mr. J. Nolan (for defendant) witness Tope said he had seeat de fendanit drunk about half a d6zen times or more. She had litied with a married sister. He had seeii her drinking with sailors and visiting hotels. Senior Constable Finlayson said defendant had been associating with ta...
FOUND DROWNED. Body in Port Melbourne Lagoon. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 April 1914
FOUND DROWNED. •Body in Port Melbourne Lagoon. The body of a man was found floating on the surface of the Water at the lagoon on Monday morning last, and was subsequently removed to the Morgue by the police. It had not been ideiltified ere this paper went to press, and it is thought that the inquest. will not take place until to day. Deceased was a bald-headed, clcean-shaven man, about 60 years 6f age, and was 5 ft. 9 in. in height. IHe was dressed in a brown suit, cot ton singlet, black and white shirt, and black socks and boots.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 April 1914
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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 April 1914
ITEMS OF NEWS. The ship's fireman, John Miuphy, who was prosecuted before the local court ,..Y,?_TJu .aJ1 ,-ms.v W .!~-a h, --s--and weeus at Liverpool, Eng land. Murphy is 33 years of age, and his shipmates on the "MIedic" gave him an excellent character when not "in drinik." IHe seems td have been an excellent, self-sacrificing sort of husband, for it was shown that hie only allowed himself 10/ or 15/ of his earnings whenever tihe vessel put into port. There is little doubt, however, that the wound he inflicted upon a coal trimmer on the "Mledic," named Thomas McKernan, was somewhat more serious than either the recipient or some other witnesses were inclined to concede. McKernan, for instance, referred to it as a "scratch," and the ship's medical officer said it was "not seri ous." Yet the bench had to face the fact that a lknife had been used, that a couple of stitches had been inserted in treating it, and that nac cording to Dr. Luggan himself the weapon had struck a rib, anid t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 April 1914
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CHURCH'S DIAMOND JUBILEE. Graham-street Methodists. An Interesting History. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 April 1914
CHURCH'S DIAMOND JUBILEE. Graham-street Methodists: An Interesting Histor3y..i: Thle ]histoy of this Church is full of interest. As one of tihe original WVesleyan Churches, it has been a feeder of tihe Churches built in the metropolis and in other parts of the State. Ifs history is honourable and u.eful, and if all that has been ac c(omplishled could be recorded it would be interesting reading. Sixty yearS is a long period in the life of this young State. There are not a very large number of buildings which have beenl so long erected, and are now to be found in so good a state of preser vation. The building itself is of solid bluestone with white allnd coloured brick facings, anld is inl a fine state of preservation. In addition to this, there is a line school hall, which will sent 350 persons. A substantial and (omulfortable jiarsonage, built about 50 years/ago, without a crack in its walls at pt esnt; also a sexton's house, the fatter three buildings be ing of brick. The Sunday sc...
WOUNDED HIS SHIPMATE. Fireman Uses Knife. Offender Goes To Gaol. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 April 1914
WOUNDED HIS SHIPMATE. Fireman Uses Knife. Offender Goes To Gaol. After a number of adjournments in order that a ship on which tile prin cipal witness was employed might re turn from Sydlney, thle case in which a young man named John Murphy was charged with having unlawfullv wounded his shipmate. Thomas McKernan, was called on at the local court on Thursday, before the Mayor (Cr. Page) aud Messrs. Armstrong, Crichton. aiind Testro. J's.P. Thomas McKernan. coal trimmer on the "Medi.," stated that about' .15 p.m. on March 21st he was pairtaking of his evening meal in tihe fo'c'sle with several of his shipmates when accused came in and began to changie his iclothes. Hle took some thing out of his jacket and threw it at wiitness, and an altercationii en iued. HIe wanted to fight and was iuidler the influence of drink. Wit ne-s told himn to talk when he was sober, but accused persisted in his comibativeness, and when witness stood up. struck him on the right side of the chest. Witness saw...
RIFLE MATCH. Thistle v. Sale Club. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 April 1914
RIFLE MATCH. - -4--- Thistle v. Sale Club. Though the conditions for actual shooting were not too pleasant, ow ing to the prevalence of what marks men know as a fish-tail wind, there was a pleasurable foregathering oi members of the Thistle and Sale Rille Clubs on the Port Melbourne range on Easter Saturday, when a friendly match over a distance of 500 yards was shot off. The conditions of the match were that there should be ten men aside, that there should be ten shots, and that the best eight scores should count. The match re-' sulted as follows: Thistle Club: W. Walker. 44; H. O. Lewis. 44; H. Kaye, 43; W. Young, 43; C. Power, 40; A. Buzzini, 40; D. Duncan. 39; A. Burnett, 38. To tal, 331. Sale Club: A. J. Dix, 46; Mitchell, 40; Robertson, 36; J. Chubb, 34; Martin, 31; Bryan. 31;-Webb, 30; Reynolds. 39. Total, 277. Margin in favor of Thistle Club, 54 points. The victorious team entertained the Sale combination at Howard's Hi berniaui llotel. A number of toasts were cordially hono...
JACK TAR ON HOLIDAY. Seamen's Institute Entertains. Fun At Toorak Mansion. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 April 1914
JACK TAR ON HOLIDAY. Seamen's Institute Entertains. Fun At Toorak Mansion. Special efforts for the delectation of Jack Talr-or such of the hardy and amiable species as might be ashore at Easter tide--were made by the Seamen's MIission on MIonday aInst. He was catered for in two directions nmainly. About 120 sea muen of ditfferent grades were enter tained by Mi. and MIrs. J. A. Camp bell at their residence, "Ottawa," Toorak. and i number of games was played with guests and followed by a sumptuous tea-which disappeared with gusto also. At our own Institute about 60 sea men were entertained on MIonday evening under the presidency of the Rev. J. Gayer, kssistant Chaplain. and a cnpital time was spelt ... The Mission's launch, *The Southern ('Cross," spent a biiy time in puffing and pantiung her wayv to aud from Williamstown dnring the day, and broughft about 32 men from the "Norseman" and other craft; while the crews of the "Orsova" nud "Af rie," now lying at the Railway Pier, were well...