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Germans Not Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 26 September 1914
Germans Not Wanted. - Stevedores' laborers appear deter mined in their resolve not to work un iler Germans as foremen. An iinstance of this was shown on Monday last, when a German foreman, although a naturalised subject, was called upon by a foreman of the Stevedoring Co., to pick up a crew to work on the White Star liner, Suevic, berthed at the Railway pier. After engaging his nme1, he was infoi-med of tlieir deter mination, that consequently they could not go to work with him. Re presentations were subsequently made to the Stevedoring Association, but the foreman in question was in formed that it was the doings of the men themselves, in which the union took no part. A number of British stevedores share the opinion that the course adopted is rather hard on the naturalised Germans who have been in the Association for years, and against some of whom at least there is no ieal grievance beyond the fact that Germany and Great Britain are at war.
Graham-street Methodist. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 26 September 1914
Graham-street Methodist. A concert-reeital, to be preceded by a high tea, will take place next Wednesday evening at the Graham street Methodist church and school room. The high tea. at which it is stated such dninties as poultry will be served, takes p)lace at 6(i.30. The recital, by Mr. Victor L. Trotman, is from Mlarie Corelli's Christmas story, 'The Strange Visitation." Leading artists will nlso take part: Tickets are 1/-.
Free Municipal Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 26 September 1914
Free Municipal Lectures. The acquisition of a children's playground for Port Melbourne is within reach. The Guild of Play has come to the rescue with £100, and also promised to provide a play lead er. Our Council, moved by the wor thy support of an ihiterested body like the Guild of Play, is going to see the business through. Dr. J. W. Barrett, who is an active member of the Guild of Play, will set the ball rolling next Thursday, when, under the auspices of the Town Council, he will deliver an address on "Children's Play grounds in Australia and Elsewhere." The lecture, which will be illustrated by a splendid series of lantern views, is accredited with being very inter esting il character. Port Melbourne citizens are invited to attend in large numbers; no charge being made for admission. Another free municipal lecture, the subject being "The Gar den City Movement," is being given to-night in the Town Hall. Particu lars appear elsewhere.
WITH THE NATIVES. Young Debaters Wanted. Secretary's Lockers. Fete Committee Condemned. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 26 September 1914
WITH THE NATIVES. Young Debaters Wanted. Secretary's Leckers. Fete Committee Condemned. :Tlhe attendance at the branch meeting oL the Australsi Natives' Association on Tuesday, was slightly above the average. Mr. J. Nolan (president) presided. The correspondence consisted of a notification from the metropolitan conunmmittee, stating that it was again intended to condqct debate tourna ments, and this year. there would be three sections,-A, B, and novices. En tries would close on October 9th. Cr. Gill thought the branch should take advantage of the offer. In a bi'anch of 500 members there were at least some young meni who should en ter for the novice division, which lim ited the age to 23, and debarred all professional debaters or those who had previously competed. Some time ago Port Melbourne had taken part in these debating tournamlents with a: good deal of success. , It was decided to hold over the taking of nominations until thile next meeting night, lithl October. Mr. Sinderson r...
ELECTRIC ENERGY FOR WILLIAMSTOWN. City Council the Source. Cost Controlled by Price of Coal. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 26 September 1914
ELECTRIC ENERGY FOR WILLIAMSTOWN. City Council the Source. Cost Coritrolled by Price of Coal. After a long wait for a definite answer: from the City Council to its applieation to be supplied with elec tric "urrent on the same terms as sullpplied to Footscrav. Brunswick, and Port Melbourne, an answer was received iby the Willialmstown ('ouncil on Tuesday niight, which read:-I have the honor to inform you that the City ou.nci i, at its Ilt meeting, aglreed upon the following ps Ithe basis )upon w'hicl electricity will be supplied by? the City Council to your municilpality:-1. The ellarge per kilolwatt of nmaximum demand to be £5, ahd the price per unit of'elec tricity supplied 0.6i5d. 2. Such lrrryces to tlake effect on the expira !ion of six mopths after the 7th Sep tembller. 1914. 3. For very illcrease of 2 6 per tonll in the payable price of coal over ald above tlhe followillg prices, viz., Newcastle, slack, 16/6 per tonl; Newelastle, slack (peas), 17/ per tonl; WonthIaggi, slaclk,...
TOWN PLANNING. Free Illustrated Lecture To-night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 26 September 1914
TOWN PLANNING. Free Illustrated Lecture To-night. Though pubic --interest in rational, beneficial town-planning is at last developing in Australia, this country is still a laggard. "During the past few years,:' says Mr. Charles C. Reade, "the British Garden Cities and Town-planning As sociation has been inundated with en quiries, requests for help, advice and literature from almost every civilised country. Kindred associations, fol lowing the example of Britain, have been formed in France, Germany, Poland, Belgium, Russia, Italy, Spain, the United States, Canada and lat terly, Australia. Plans for Garden City projects seeking to imitate or improve upon the Letchworth methods have been received from many countries, in cluding Japan. Trinidad, Nova Sco tia, and South America. Victoria cannot afford to shut its eyes to these facts any more than its cities can ignore the growth of untidy and insanitary conditions of housing which anybody may see for themselves in the back streets and la...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 26 September 1914
GET QUOTATIONS FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION OF TIMBER and BUILDING MATERIAL FRaoM .. J.d, E. EARL, Bay-street, Port IYelb. B:EFORE GOING ELSEWHERE. BURN B @S, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Are renowned for High-Class Goods at Lowest Possible Prices. OBSERVE THE ADDRESSES AND MAKE A POINT OF CALLING. . WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. 219 BAY STREET (Telephone 1880). 401 BAY STREET. BRIDGE & ROSS STREETS (Tel. 7490). PORT MELBOURNE. BOUNDARY & BUCKHURST STS. SOUTH MELBOURNE. AChoice and Fresh Butter and Dairy Produce a Specialty. Somethingr about the Clare Castle Hotel, Corner of GRAHAMI and ROSS STREETS, Port Melbourne, FRED. DALOIARNO, Licensee, ABBOTSFORD Aso CARLTON ALES. .....- -. . BEST BRANDS oF WINES, SPIRITS AND CIGARS. ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT. fillAIIcock's Standard Billiard Table. -OLD AND NEW FRIENDS WELCOMED. L.. J. HOLLN ND. 102one, LICENSED SANITARY PLUMBER & GASFITTER, and Electric Bell Hanger. ALTERATIONS, ADDITIONS AtD REPAIRS to Sanitary Work a Speciaty Jobbing ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 26 September 1914
IPORT L ELBO1J IE THEATRE, PCORNER OF BAY & LIARDET $STS. OPEN EVERY EVEIN NC. SUNDAY EVENING, SPECIAL PROGRAMME at 8 o'clock. " MATINEE Every Saturday at 2.30 p.m. Professional Orchestra This Theatre is Conducted en tirely by UNION LABOR. SPECIAL PRIZES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS at the Matinee To-day, AT 2.30 p.m. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday Dangers of the Veldt. :111 'kE BLU~ EHUS THE LADY DOCTOR. THE BOOB'S HONEYMOON. LONDON GAZETTE. RI3BONS & BORING GLOVES. SPIR:T OF THE MADONNA. THE [ILi( WE DRINK. BLOOMER'S FAIR UNKNOWN, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday MYSTERIOUS .LEOPARD LADY. Freneh Feaet inthe Mediterranean. Fighting Ships of all Nations. Leauty nadorned SONGS OF SUNNY ITALY. .EXCURSION TO CAPRI. UNIVERSAL IKE HAS HIS UPS AND DOWNS. AND OTHERS. CompleteChange of Progralmne, Saturday & Wednesday Fresh Programme each Sunday Night. PRICES: SDRESS CIRCLE - - Is. STALLS - - SIXPENCE. Childre: liaif Price Week Nights and fMatinees. Saturday Nights Exceptkd Patrio...
SCHOOLS AND CITIZENS' PICNIC. Donation List. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 26 September 1914
ISCHOOLS AND CITIZENS' PICNIC. Donation List. Airangements' for the annulI Schools and Citizens' picnic, which is to take place this year at Lilydale, on tibe 18th November, are well ad vanced. Mrs. Banton, the honorary collec tor, desires the following amounts acknowledged --- Cash Donations. lHon. J. G. Aikman, M.L.C., Rev. Prior Scanlon, £1/1/i Messrs. Tate and Son, £1/1/; Mr. G. Sang ster, M.L.A., 10/6; Messrs. Daw and Son, i. Stranaghan, Mrs. IH. Caton, J. Hart, Mrs. Cleland, MIr. Bradley, E. Freame, Dr. Rosenfield, Cr. Mor riss. Dr. Suabelberg, A. V. Heath, IHI. Jennings, A. J. Suffolk, Mir. Bartlett, F'. Dalgarno, Mr. Baldwin, Mr. Cas pard, and M.rs. O'Brien, 5/- each-; Mrs. RIendall, Mrs. Cooper, 3/ each; Friend, Dr. Potter. Mrs. Olgar, Mrs. McCleoin, J. Mowat, Mr's. Brown. Mrs S. Jones, Mrs. Swanger, Wearne and Son, Towns Supply, Mr. Croker, Mr. Butler, Mrs. KeInnedy, Mr. Gilbert, Mr HIowlett, Cr. Gill, Mr. Adam, Mrs. W. M'Donald, MIr. Campbell, Mrs. Luff, Mrs. Walsh. Mr. B...
THAT EMPTY BACK SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 26 September 1914
THAT EMPTY BACK SEAT. -- ?- __ A very small girl, beside whose chair leaned a little crutch, pressed her face against the window pane one morning and watched the man who lived next door as he backed his automobile out of the garage; she was absolutely motionless while he inspected the car, cranked up the engine, and started off. After watching him out of sight, she wiped a tear from each eye and picked up a rag doll that lay in her lap. "Now, Lily Violet Rose," said she to the doll in a voice that quavered ever so little, "you sit right up there on the table. You are a little girl what has a pain in your hip every minute. You can't go outdoors 'ceptin' some body pushes you in the go-cart; and you never was in a awe-mobile, never once. 'N' you sit up there in your room and watch me. I am a great big man; and I don't have any pain in my hip, an' I can walk all over; anr 1 got a awe-niobile and every thing. See, this chair is my awe mobile. 'N' you just watch me, 'n' maybe p'raps I mig...
Presbyterian. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 26 September 1914
Presbyterian. Mr. David Uniapon, the Christian Australian aborigilal, and inventor, gave a very interesting address last Sabbath night to a large congrega tion. His nmanner of address was pleasing, at once winning the close attention of the congregation. Quot ing the late Sir Alfred Russell Wal lace re the aborigines, that they were at that stage "on the balance," he sought to emphasise the immediate need for active and organised work amongst thle 60,000 to 80,000 Austra lian aborigines throughout the con tinent. Too long had they been ne glected, from the notion that they were so low in the scale of intelli geuce that it was worthless to spend either money or effort in their inter ests; bhut it had been proven to the contrary that even in one generation the attaiuments of children in the State schools would compare favor ably with other children enjoying bet ter conditions. ?Ir. Uniapon pleaded earnestly for his countrymen to have the advantage of such opportunities. as they were e...
Patriotic Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 26 September 1914
Patriotic Concert. To-morrow (Sunday) afternoon, at the Port Melbourne Theatre, a concert is being tendered by the proprietor, Mr. A. Rogers, to sssist the locMl patriotic fund. Artists who will appear are Ton Dawson, Geo. and Eric Stevenson, Bryce Rowe, Dr. Rowe and Mona, FEva Lynch, 'l'rany aid Inounier, Sydney Merton, Brennan -Sisters, Wmin. Watts, and S. Levine, most of whom are professionals. Mr. G. Elm s!ie, M.L.A., will give an address, and Mayor Thos. Smith will occupy the ohair, The committee is coritimnuing the Jumble Fair every Friday evening, in the supper-room, adjoining the Town IHall, and would like the public to assist. A concert, arranged by Mr. Frank Balbour, will be carried out in the local Town Hall on MIondhy evening, October 5th. The Orphans' Quartette Party, and a host of renowned sing ers and reciters are billed to appear. Miss I. Keyhoe will act as pianiste, and Mayor Smith will preside. Pro ceeds will be handed to the local patriotic fund.
TRAGIC MISTAKES. RISKS OF THE INNOCENT. CRIMINAL IDENTIFICATION [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 26 September 1914
TRAGIC MISTAKES. RISKS OF THE INNDCENT. OCRIMINAL' IDENTIFICATION M•uch discussion has been taking place through the London l'Press on the mistakes that are sometimes and can be made in the identiication of criminals or persons have not only been arrested, but charged and punished for crimes some narrowly escaping the hlangman, some possibly having boen executed. Much is meade ol tne risks attending the recognition of gurlty persons by a "\Westminster solicitor" in a letter to "The Times." "T'o me," the Westminster sol:citor writes, "who, though not practising in the Criminal Courts, am accustolned to observe closely people with whom I am brought closely in contact, it has always been appatling to contemplate the powers of observation and memory shown by uneducated witnesses who have only seen an accused person, a complete stranger to them, for a few moments m a haphazard manner. Such feats of memory are utterly beyond me. How many of toe strangers I have seen to-day, and even sat i...
WAR DEPRESSION. Causes Unemployment. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 26 September 1914
WAR DEPRESSION. Causes Unemployment. The -army of wvorkless in Port Melbourne seems to be growing as the various industries feel the effects of depression in trade caused through the war. With many firms all the back work, and any other work which could be placed in hand with a pros pect of utility in the future, was completed before the dismissal of em ployees. This completed, the hands were put off temporarily in large numbers. The most severe blow to workers was experienced at the Dun lop Rubber Co.'s works, where some hundreds were stood down. At HIarman's Engineering Works some 30 men were put into temporary idle ness, and the same condition of af fairs exists in almost every manu facturing business. Fortunately, Messrs. Swallow and Ariell have re tained their employees, in fact added to the number. Stevedores' laborers have been rather busier than usual during the past three weeks, plenty of work being available, especially in the early part of the week. It is to be hoped that...
Mrs. TEMPEST MOLESTED. Magistrates Put a Stop To His Conduct. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 26 September 1914
Mrs. TEMPEST MOLESTED. By One-Time Boarder. Magistrates Put a Stop To His Conduct. William Peglar, a man 43 years of age, was arrested last Monday for having ncaused annoyance and used obscene expressions to Mrs. Ethel May Tempest, who resides at 36 Princes-street, Port Melbourne. Peg lar, 'ho appeared in court oil Tues day morning, charged with using ob scene language and drunkeiness, had his left hand slashed across in sev eral places, fromn which the skin and Ileih were bulging. The injury was caused when climbing over the iron fencing at the rear of the premises. Mrs. Tempest, in evidence, said she was a widow. Peglar at one time re sided at her house as a bo arder. At half-past one o'clock on the 21st inst. she heard somleone at the front of her house. Opening the door, she saw .ecused, whoQ appeared intoxicate??. She told hinr tlInt he mnust not come about her hllsoe, ordered him away, and shut the door. Accused then made use of obscene expressions, and left. Shortly a fteirwa...
New Pier. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 26 September 1914
New Pier. The new pier at Port Melbourne will be ready for use about the end of N~ovember. Negotiations have beeln proceeding for some days between the Melbourne Harbour Trust and the Railway Department to determine what portion of. Crown land should be set apart for the purlIoses of road approaches to the pier, and the chair man of the trust (hMr. G. F. Holden) announced this week that an agree ment had been arrived at. The Lands department would p)robably agree this week to transfer the area required, and the road work would then be be gun. It was proposed to provide roads on high and low levels. The low-level road, which would be con structed first, would be an extensibn of Beach-street, and would serve the railway pier in addition to the new pier. The foreshlore from Swallow street would have to be sheet-piled, and the.first contract for tlhai work had been let to Mr. IR. O. Law at £1,317 for labour only.
JUVENILE BALL. Great Success. £35 Realised. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 26 September 1914
JUVENILE BALL. Great Success. £35 Realised. Sixhundred and fifty people paid for admission to the Albert Hall, South Melbourne, on Wednesday evening last, when the annual juvenile ball was held, the financial object be ing the reduction of indebtedness on St. Joseph's School, Port Melbourne. The secretaries, Mrs. E. F. Lahey, alnd Messrs. J. I-I. Reilly iandd J. Lahey, were assisted by Miss Iley H-urley, in the arrangement of the dances and cariyiug out of the programme. The re.sult is most satisfactory, about £35 being cleared. The judging was done by Miss Jen nie-Brennan, and the prizes awarded by Mrs. G. Sangster, both of whom have the committee's thanks for their kindness. Music was supplied by Powers' band, and a flashlight picture wals taken by Mir. W. J. Sharp. The prizes (gold medals) offered in the \adlious -competitions were won by the .following:--. Best' set' over -11 years:' "Indian'." Be t set under 11 years: "Bridal." Best girl over 11 years: "Ballet Girl." Best girl ...
ABOUT LILIES. THEIR NATIVE HAUNTS AND GARDEN REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 26 September 1914
.ABOUT LILIES. THEIR NATIVE HAUNTS AND GARDEN REQUIREMENTS. An instructive address on the his tory and cuilture of the lilium family was given recently by a well known lily specialist. Lilies-or rather that genus of beau tiful bulbous plants called "Lilifm" said the lecturer "are admired by arr, but are not by any means, easy to groiv. I expect that we have all tried to grow from 12 to 20 different kinds, aldd have succeeded only with about a half a dozen; yet their at tractions are such t~hat we repeatedly Durchase and plant.as many as can be. procured at a reasonable price, and try different methods of treatment, each time hoping to find our trouble appreciated by the bulb, and when fail ure results, we naturally wvonder why. In my opinion 90 per cent of these failures are. due to the bulbs being grown (or at least being planted) under conditions quite unnatural to them, the remaining 10 per cent of the failures being due to the bulbs being defective when planted. \Ve must remembe...