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Port Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 September 1914
Port Theatre. 'lThe usual smart attractions have been placed before a large public this week at the Port Melbourne Theatre. Since the outbreak of war, filnis have not been coming to hand so freely, but picture patrons claim that the latest and best are shown at the big theatre, where Ithe-comfort of all is studied. i'he manuagement announce that the Ii-weekly change of programme takes place on Saturday, at the mat 'cee amid oil Wednesday night. gr?ilame is provided tMl parons dur ilg the .oming week, and the special features-for to-day and Monkday and Tuesday aire:-"The Blood Test" (2,000 feet). and "3Multi-Mlillionaire's Caprice," (3.000 feet). On Wednes da.lu Thursday. and Friday. "Fighting' Death" and "Trapped," both 2,000 feet dramasn of enthralling interest. I will be screened. At to-day's matinee. special prizes will be awarded to the young folk. in the shape of a silver watch an d chain for the girls (valued at £2/2/,-). and a watch and spring crlicket bat and ball for the bo...
LABOR PARTY. More Congratulations. Address By Member For East Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 September 1914
LABOR PARTY. More Congratulations. Address By Member For East Sydney. Other chambers at the Town Hall being engaged, the local branch of the P.L.C. met in the Mayor's room on Monday e\vening, Cr. Tucker presiding. Amongst those present were: Mr. Geo. 'Sangster, M.L.A., Mr. Jas. Mathews, M.H.R., Mr. John West, nmelber for East Sydney, the Mayor (Cr. Smith), and Crs. Gill and Sin clair. New Member Welcomed. Mr. Ryan, a new nmember, was wel comed by the president. In response, iMr. Ryan said he had worked in the labor cause for many years in West Australia, and was one of the founda tion members of the Railway Workers' Union. Nomination of Officers. Cr. Gill moved that nominations for officers to the branch stand over for a fortnight; and that a special meet ing he called. He had good reasons for this action, there were a number of matters in' his mind's eye which required consideration. Things had arrived at that pitch or strain in the branch that something was necessary. Cr. Sinclair...
CRICKET CLUB. Annual Meeting. Royal Charter. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 September 1914
CRICKET CLUB. Annual Meeting. Royal Charter. ,The - annal meeting. and smoke night of the Royal Charter C.C. wams held in the Free Gardeners' Lodge room on Monday evening, 7th inst. There was a large attendance of members. The President, Bro. E. F. Russell, presided. The balance-sheet, which was received and adopted, showed the club to have a credit of 10/1. The election of ofiice-bearers resulted as follows :--President, Mr. E. F. Russell; vice-presidents, Messrs W. Cooke, G. Robertson, J. C. Ford, W. Stocker, W. Clothier, D). Greig, E. Stocker, W. aume, D. M'Callum, and A. Williamnson; committee, oli cers of the Lodge; delegates, Messrs. T. Lacey and C. R. Briggs; hon. trea surer, Mr. C. R. Briggs; hlon. secre tary, Mr. WT. Curwood. The following took part in the musical progrimnme: Messrs. V. Eddy, P. Silby, P. Degen hardt, W. Lay, G. Brennan, E. Stock er. C. Williamson. E. F. Russell.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 September 1914
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PATRIOTIC EFFORTS. State School Scholars. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 September 1914
PATRIOTIC EFFORTS. State School Scholars. The child is full of the daring and sensational sentiments of warfare. Tlity have, listened with .bated brhath to the trials and hardships nutiergone by British soldiers when fighlting to maintain the supremacy of their tlag. It is not to be wondered at then that patriotism is uppermost in" the mind, and requires little kindlilg to put it into practical effect. Their teachlers in the State schools have interested themselves in the pre sent day necessity to find all the money required .to assist the depend ants of our departing volhuteers, and themselhes have set aside a percent age of their salaries to swell tlie fund to whlichi the scholars are subscribing. lThepupils at Nott-street school are invited to briing one penny per week. There isnothing compulsory about it, and if the amount is not forthcoming there it ends. M?r. C. 0. Dentry is treasitrer to the rind, and already he has in hand ant amount of £10, which includes tibout £3, the res...
I.O.R. Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 September 1914
I.OR. Cricket Club. The annual meeting was held in the Temperance H-all, Bro. W. Rendall presided. It was decided to hold a social, when medals won during -sea son will be presented. The following brethren have Ibeensuccessful:-All round, J. Smith; highest score. H. Thruling; fielding, F. Mlouling. The following were elected office-bearers: President, 5Jr. W. Watson, J.P.; vice presidents, 3essrs. S. Smith, J. P. MIayor, A. lFart; patrons, Messrs. J. J. Wailcy. WV. Ward, W. C. Trewavis, MI. Ga-, J. Ross, . Reeves, v -A. Dust ini: hlon. secretary, and treasurer, Mit. V. J. Potter; delegates,.Bros. F. Garner and secretary; assistatnt see retary, F. Garner; conunittee, Messrs F. Moulin. A. lolbin.uon; . Garner. C. Lusch, and secretary. The club play ,,1 1i ....no:es &lt;iinrig the season, win
COURT SANDRIDGE, A.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 September 1914
COURT SANDRIDGE, A.O.F. The usual fortniightly meeting ofl this court was held at the Dispensary Hall on Thursday. 10th inst., the C.R., Bi'o. J. Wilton. presiding. Bro. W. -loowe reported with regret the death ol' Bro. Vincent Conques. who had been a nnmember of the courlI over 52 years. lie wa; mucih es teemed iiand respected. and was one of the oldest members of the court. A letter was received from thle Dis trict Exeeutive asking for the iiiiame of the members who had voliunteered for ictive service. ;as it was the in .tention to i'sk tlie llih ('ourt olti ccrs in Englalnd to acorid our boys a hearty welcome on their airrival in England. 'lThe Iollowinr i memibers' nanime were -cent. these lihavill' vohln teercd ifor active service:--P. ('. .. Bro. V. Edwards, Bros. A. Peppa rd. and G. LI. Taylor. 1rt. William Blake was initiated iuto t!e order ain anctorded Fore.-' ters' lire. P.C.R. Bro. A. Sheldhick, who. ow in.? to hi:- re.hilence in Malv\ern and night duty at "Argus" othce,...
P. A. F. S. CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 September 1914
P. A. F. S. CRICKIET CLUB. Members of thei'bove Club nre ask ed to be iln attenda(nce on Saturday afternoon at the rear ofPort' ground, to assist in plreparing wicket. The season commences on 4th Oe-. tober. at North Melbourne. when Ihst .year's premierrs- will be met. Players and intending players are reminded tlhat practice wicket iwill be ;Ivnilablle on Tuesday and 'lhunrsda?c;ly. next week.
VOLUNTEERS PRESENTED. Another Send-Off. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 September 1914
-" - - . ,- VOLUNTEERS PRESENTED.: Another Send-Off. Three volunteers for service iagainst tile Germalns ill Messrs. J. l3dd, J. King, and J. Dalgarno were entertained by their work-mates and friends at the Ship Hlotel, on Friday evening, the 11th inst. MIr. A. H-es ter, J.P.. presided. Some 150 were present, and music al items which followed the singing of God Save the King, interspersed ioists and presentations. ! r. Hester, after remarks of a stir riing patriotic niature, made three pre sentatioins to each of the departing soldiers. These consisted of a silver wristlet watch, a silher-mounlted flask and a gold ring, each article inscrib ed with their initials. The recipients feelingly responded and1( thanked the donors f'.,,, their kindness. Before (lelp rting a sate anId speledy -return was the desi lre expressied on nil hands.. Amongst those who donated to ward/ the night's expenses were Mr. •J. 31'Leodl Mr. anad Mrs. larinmn. Mr. J. Purcell. Mr. Whittle. andI Mr. J. Morris., a...
PATRIOTIC MEETING. A Brilliant Success. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 September 1914
PATRIOTIC MEETING. A Brilliant Success. SAlthough the attendance at the Town Hall patriotic meeting on Thursday even ing was not what it might have been, the audience was responsive and raised to a high feeling of patriotism by the various speaklers that addressed the gathering. The Mayor (Cr. T. Smith) presided. Proceedings were opened by a selection from the South and Port Melbourne Caledonian Society's band. Mr. Donald MoKinnon, State Attorney General; Mr. Gee. Elmslie, M.L.A.; Mr. A. N. d'Abaza, Consul General of Russia; Mr. J. Heweison, Mayor of St. Kilda; Mrs. Moss, and the Mayor of Port Melbourne, gave patriotic deliverances bearing on the present European war froth the point of view of justification, national honor, and the humnan side, and appeals were made for those who would suffer through their supporters taking up armnt at the seat of war. During the evening patriotic songs were rendered by Mr. Collier, Miss Alice Hurley, and Mr. P. Coleman. Councillorspresent took up a...
Presbyterian. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 September 1914
I Presbyterian. The quarterly co.untunio n serv\ice will he held ot Sabbathl mornintg at 11 oclock.-when it is hoped there will be a full attendance of conmuuni Mt. David Uniatpon. the aboriginal. who is not only a preacher hbut nt inventtovr. who was expected to he in tlhe pulplit lo-ilorrow. haIls been de layed in Adlelanide, a.nid it is just po sibll e he may niot return in titue. I hle does he will (preach next Sabbatht tight. Failingt him. the minister's subiject is tlhe soldiers' wtctehword '"ead'. A. Aye. Reandy!"
Holy Trinity. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 September 1914
Holy Trinity. To-morrow at 8 a.m. there will be an impressive service. The new .con firmees will receive their first com munion, and all the communicants of the Parish have been earnestly in rited, and are expected to take part in tilhe service. At the muid-day ser vice, tile Vivar will be the preacher. In the evening the Rev. ('. E. Gayer will be the preacher. The Sacred Recital at Trinity Churchl on Sunday evening after ser vice was a great treat. The \various items were well reodered and there was a large congregation present. The Vicanr expects to have a similar ser vice next month. The nnnual bizaar, which this year is to talke tihe form of a (Cherry B3los som I ete. will be held on Thursday, at'idy, .nd Saturlday. NovenBer 5. i. ;IIi 7.
CRICKET CLUB'S BAZAAR. £160 Clear Assured. List of Winning Numbers. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 September 1914
CRICKET CLUB'S BAZAAR. £160 Clear Assured. List of Winning Numbers. Although accounts in connection with the bazaar, which concluded last Saturday night in the Town Hall, are not complete, the cricket clib.'s baz aar committee assert thrit at least £160 will be netted; whilst there is a prospect of another £10 niote, the list not all being returned. This result is greeted by the bazaar organisers with the greatest gratifi cation, and realises their highest am bitions. In view of the war funds being raised by divers means, com biled with the fact that numerous employees are out of work, speaks volumes for the power and energy which the handful of workers were able to render an object near and dear to them, and for the benefit of Port Melbourne as a whole. The result of drawings in connec tiou with various art unions is: THE LUCIKY NiUMBERS. : Bangle, No. 69.05, won by Miss Doris Killicec. Trousers, No. 61, won by Mir. H. MeNiff. Sideboard, No. 1562, won by Mrs. Hall. Baring Pipe, No....
Juvenile Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 September 1914
SJuvenile Ball. The juvenile plain and fancy dress ball, which is to take place in the South Melbourne Town Hall next Wednesday. promrises to be a great success. There will be a grand march, arranged by Miss Iley Hurley, and eight gold medals will be present ed to the best-dressed set under 11 years, and a similar number of medals for those over 11 years. Gold medals for the most original character, the best dressed boy and girl over and un der 11 years, and special prizes will be presented. Dancing will be con tilnued betweeln 8 and 11 a.m. Tic kets, 1/- each, can be obtained from the hIon. secretaries, Mr. E. F. Lahey and Messrs. J. H. Reilly and J. Lahey.
GOOD TEMPLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 19 September 1914
GOOD TEMPLARS. The Mutual Help Lodge held its usual meeting on Tuesday evening. Sister Gotz. ('.T.. presiding. Cor respondence was read from the ifayor and Bro. Finilayson. 3M.II.R.. neknowledging receipt of congratu lations of tlhe lodge. It was re ported that the proceed, of the lodge effort for the Patriotic Fundl would be about £5. Bro. A. E. Quick giave an inistructi ie leetl'e oin "Alolohol and the uiuman body." aid kept the meeting iniiterestedl for an hour with a numlller of ch:arts showing the \"vri ous orgais, the iiriulation of tlihe Ilood. describing the injuious nactiou of alcohol. Next Tuesday Mr. II. Smith, Vice-President of the St. Kilda West Branch of the P.L.C., will lecture on New Zealantd aind Prohi bitionii. and a special invitationi is ex tended to all trade unionists to at tend.