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Graham-street Wesleys. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 13 June 1914
Graham-street Wesleys. The match between the local Wesleys and Carlton Congregationals, teams played at Port Melbourne last Saturday, was won by the former, without much exertion, by 108 points. The final scores were:--Carlton, 2-5; Graham:street, 17-23. The successful competitors in Graham-street's goal hunt were Stan. Donachy (5), S. Lewis (3), J. Marshall (3), A. Matthews, A. King, H. Petersen, T. Butler, t. Trevorrow, and W. Ren dall. The local boys weretvery pleased to see their old comrade, George Baird, in the colours again. He seemed quite at home, too. A feature of the last quarter was the dashing wing play of Dicky Dodge. One run covered three quarters of the'length of the ground, and was loudly applauded, especially by the ladies present. Vice-president F. Anderson was to the fore with refresh uments for the boys at half-time, an action which was greatly appreciated. To-day's match is against Brunswick Baptists, at Royal Park. Local players and supporters will please catc...
Railway United (6-9) beat North Melbourne Juniors (6-1). [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 13 June 1914
Railway United (6-9) beat North TVlelbourne Juniors (6-1). This match was l1ayed at Port Mel bourne football ground. There was e fair attendance. The gamne was played in a friendly spirit all through. Ports were the first to score, and got two goals during the first quarter (with the wind), but North quickly equalled matters by adding two goals, in quick succession, and neither team gained much during the second quarter. After half-time the game was still very even both teams playing hard football, with North leading by one point at three quarter time. The change for the last qiarter began with Ports getting two goals, and North soon after scored a minor point. The kick-in Caine marked, and scored North's sixth goal. Then the ball travelled up and down. The Ports, finishing with plenty of speed, won by 14 points, The best players for '5 Ports were Laidlaw, O'Donnell, Horse ieil, Cleland, Thomas, Cardwell, O'Brien and Taylor. Goal-kickers: Taylor (2), J. Maloney, Condon, IDehn, and L...
Ports (12-10) beat Northcote (6-13). [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 13 June 1914
Ports (12-10) beat Northcote (6-13). After the hard game on Saturday Ports determined to take no risks in the match with Northcote on Monday, and there was only one alteration in the team, viz., Treglown replacing Bruce, who was unable to be present. The game during the first quarter was fairly even, the small ground suiting the big 'Cote players, and being against the open play of Ports. The scores at the end of the first quarter were: Ports, 2-4; Northeote, 1-2. 'Cote forced play in the second-teorm, and after Mer riek had scored a goal, Rahilly did like wise for his team. A number of small points were added by- 'Cote, before 11er rick again did the needful, and the half-time scores were:--Ports, 4-6; 'Cote, 2-7. The third quarter, which has always been looked upon as Port's unlucky term, was productive of some fine kicking, Merrick finding the open ing on four occasions, and Carden and M' Conville once each. Out of six tries 'Cote managed a couple of sixers, and the third bell sh...
THE FOOTBALL SEASON. Ports (11-6) beat North Melbourne (6-21). [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 13 June 1914
THEI FOOTBALL SEASON. Ports (11-6) beat Noirth Melbourne (6-21). By "Rover."' Owing to the greatly improved form shown by the Ports during the last four mnatches, a fair attendance witnessed the above match on the North Melbourne ground. The play opened by sbme smart work, and after North had scored a couple of behinds, Ports took a hand, and keeping the game well dpen had a lot the best of the exchanges. The quarter ended with the scores at 3-2 to 1-6 in favor of Ports. Somne very even football took place in the second quarter. Goals were scored by Miles and Gardiner for North, whilst Walton and Bailey succeeded for Ports. There were only five points between the teams at the half-time interval-Ports, 5-2; North Melbourne, 3-9. North deter mined to secure a lead, crowded the play, and a number of hurried shots only gained minor points; whilst the Ports kept up their splendid kicking re cord by getting four goals. The quar ter ended by Ports having a useful lead of 13 points. The fin...
PICTURE THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 13 June 1914
PICTURE THEATRES. At the Port .Picture Thleatre, the "'star" attractions on Monday, Tues day, and Wednesday will be "The Trap," ''"The Tragedy of Ambition," and "The Black Spot." On the re maining days of the week, the sen satioual films, "The Black Spot," and "The Next Generation," will be scrleelled. At the victoria Theatre, Graham Street, the great sensational drama, "Chelsea," will be screeued to-mor row ev\elnillg. It will be the first ap pearance of thile film in tile Port, and is described as "one long-thrill right through." The programme includes other interesting items. -
GOOD TEMPLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 13 June 1914
GOOD TEMPLARS. The Mutual HIelp Lodge had a suc cessful meeting in the lodge rooms, Gmraham Street, on Tuesday evening last. when a visit was received from the Grand Treasurer, Bro. C. A. Berg lund. J.P.: also an official visit from the Working Band Lodge, who pro vided an excellent evening's entertain ment. Reports were given from the juvenile temple and the district lodge, also of the arrangements being made for the annuiversaryv celebration and demonstration in the Town lHall on the 29th inst. Bro. Berglund gave a short address congratulating the lodge on the splendid printed report it had presented for distribution, and the very earnest way in which the no-license anld prohibition question was being brougolt prominent-ly for ward. the lodge and its members hav ing for many years worked zealously to help the cause of temperance in this district. A vote of thanks 'as accorded to the visitors, and the meeting closed with the usual cere mony. .. _ _
Electric Light Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 13 June 1914
S dectric Light"Trouble: The Chairman of the Electric Lighting Committee, Cr. J. P. Crich iton, reported to the Town Council on 'Tuesday evening, that the fuse was blown on one phase on the No. 2 sub station on the previous evening, ..the result heing the -deprivation of priiate and other connsumers in that.circiit ifo their light. The cause had since been found to be due to short circuiting by a piece of wire that was thrown across the overhead nmains, connect ing that phase with the neutral wire. The council decided that a reward ot £2 be paid on the conviction of per sons indulging in such senseless pranks.inl future. "I was one of the unfortunates last night," remarled Cr. Shiclaii, "and I hiad to bui· caiidles until 11 o'clocl."
ELECTRIC LIGHT FAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 13 June 1914
ELECTRIC LIGHT FAILS. -; - The depleted condition of our muni cipal exchequer should; surely con strain councillors to use every means in theii power to augment the .funds at their disposal in every legitimate way. And there could be no better subject for their consideration inl this regard than the potentially re nmunerative electric lighting scheme upon which it embarked some time ago. That the greater the consump tion of the municipality's current of supply the better for the financial soundness of the undertaking is axi omatic, and that the encouragement of consumpltion beyond a certain point were politic is also indisputable, for the all-sufficing reason that it would bring a profit to the coffers of the council. But the question arises as to whether our representatives are doing all within their power in this regard. That there is a hitch some where in the supervision of the works is evidenced by the breakdowns that have occurred. It is true that some of them have been purely ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 13 June 1914
QUICKLY DISAPPEARED. "All last winter I had my two boys ill with verJ· bad colds,." says Mr. G. Archbold, No. 1 Baker-street, Lewis ham, N.S.W. "Having heard from a friend about Chamberlain's Cough Rem . edy I gave it a trial with the result that the colds quickly disappeared. My baby, aged four months, has a cough. now and I am giving him Chamber lain's Cough Remedy and there is al ready a decided improvement." Sold by E. Psr~ons, Grocer, 161 Bay-itreet. YOU CANNOT FEEL GOOD when your digestion is out of order. Dr. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TAB ULES digest what you eat, thereby curing the cause of your indigestion. Price, 1/6 and 2/6. Obtainable every where. C'r. Smith. tile municipality's repre sentative on the'Infections Diseases' Hospital, reported at the last meeting of the Town (Couneil. that diphtheria showed increased prevalence. During the past four weeks 142 patients had beeni admitted to the hospital. "Only one of these was from Port Mel bourne," proceeded Cr. Smith, "and I thi...
L.O.L., No. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 13 June 1914
L.O.L., No. 20. At the conclusion of the business of the above lodge on Thursday evening a social evening was held iln the lower chall,'at the Temperance H!all, where a large attendance had gathered at the, invitation of the W.M., and offii cers. The loyal todst was honored, and an enjoyable musical and elocu tionary progranmme was.rendered by the following:-Miss Q. Rendall, MIr. Bond, Miss Harvey, Mr. MBain. Mrs. Smith, Mr. Mitty, hIess'rs. Sleeth and Bond (duet). During the evening the toast of the M.W.G.M., Bro. O. R. Snowball, and his officers, was pro posed. Bros. Wisewould, P.W.M., G.C., and A. H. Baker, P.W.M., G.C., responded. The Charter toast was proposed by Bro. Clark, I.P.M., and honored in silence. Bro. McAllan, P.W.MI., G.C., proposed tile toast of "Ulster, couplled with tile nime of Sir Edward Carson," amidst cheers, and Bro. W. Bennett recited "Ulster's lRe ward." Another toast was "The Ar tists,",lproiosed by Bro. Walters, P.W.IM., and respionded to by Mr. Bond. Pro...
ELECTRIC SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 13 June 1914
ELECITRIC SPARKS. Port Melbourue Fifth on premiership list. When a team specialises in sharp shooting, there is no knowing whant may happen. With systematic, unselfish play; swift and accurate passing; With cool individual heads and the team work ing as one man., and who shall say that Our Boys have niot as good a clmnee of winning through as anyv? Sid. Anderson has had a set-bnack. and is the last man in the world tc complain. Perhaps hlie reckons the de cision was not unmerited. It should serve as a reminder to the others thai a lot of underhaind. "dirty" play ha?s to be put up with in ithe strenuous effort to put the majority of points on the side of the team when the filnal Sbell rings. After the sound diubbillg the team gave to North Melbourne supporters are asking if Footseray's scalp will be the next added to the girdle. It is "up" to Merrick and other doughty ones to go one better than their pre vious best, ind adapt play to thie day if it be wet and slippery and the hall he...
LABOR PARTY AND LOYALTY. To the Editor of the "Standard." [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 13 June 1914
LABOR PARTY AND LOYALTY. To the Editor- of the "Standard." Sir, "'. T. Riley," in your last issue, hr~ tric?d to sa': something and igno miniously failed. Would it not be well for "S.T.R." to take a little of his own prescription, viz., "not be afraid to hand out the 'Straight Goods,'" rather than de scend to a series of puerile persona titles? Nighlitmares are often the result of over-eating; "S.T.RI." (for he has a bad attack) is apparently suffering from a dose of over (undigested) reading. Let us examine some of his statements, particularly that in which he speaks of Queen Victoria as an "Effect" not a "Cause." The history of the deveiopment of the British Empire may be put thus: (a) Land dearth; (b) Increase of population; (c) Spreading out and seeking new lands; (d) As a conse quence of (c) the development of a navy for the purpose of protection of persons and'commerce. "S.T.R." must surely be aware that Britain, like every other nation, has to undergo a great developing pro c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 13 June 1914
GET QUOTATIONS FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION OF TIMBER and BUILDING MATERIAL FRonM . , J. E. EARL, Bay-street, Port MIelb. .BEFORE GOING ELSEWHERE. CAS} GROCERS, Wine and Spirit ierchants, Are renowned for High-Glass Goods at Lowest Possible Prices. OBSERVE THE ADDRESSES AND S MAKE A POINT OF CALLING. S WE *CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. 219 BAY STREET (Telephone 1880). 401 BAY STREET. BRIDGE & ROSS STREETS (Tel. 7490). PORT MELBOURNE. BOUNDARY & BUCKHURST STS. SOUTH MIELBOURNE. Choice and Fresh Butter and Dairy Produce a Specialty. Somethin" about the Clare Castle Hotel, Corner of GRAHAM and ROSS STREETS, Port Melbourne, FRED. DALOA O~NO, Licensee, ABBOT?'QRD. An CARTiTON- AL1ES . BEST BRANDS of' WINES, SPIRITS AND CIGARS. ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT. gg?Allcookl's Standard Billiard Table. -OLD AND NEW FRIENDS 'ELCOMED. L. JL. HLLHND. LICENSED SANITARY PLUMBER & GASFITTER, and Electric Bell Hanger. ALTERATIONS, ADDITIONS AND REPAIRS to Sanitary Work a Speciaty Jobbing Work attended...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 13 June 1914
BAY & ARDET STS. OPEN SUNDAY EVENINGS, * SPECIAL PROGRAMIVIES at 8 o'clock. Proessional Orchestra PRICES: - DRESS CIRCLE - - ls. STALLS - - SIXPENCE. CHILDREN HALF-PRICE -WEEK NIGHTS and MATINEES . (Saturday Night Excepted). Saturday Matinee, 2.30. CHILDREN'S PRIZE MATINEE Every Saturday. Beautiful Dolls for the Girls. Footballs for the Boys, STAR FILMS for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday: The Trap. Tragedy of Amnbition. STAR FILMS for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday: The sask Spot The NeXt Generation. To be screened during thke week: Dramas: Reconciled in Blood - Selig The Coward Hater - - Rex A Race with Death - - Rex Admission Two Pins -Powers Hear No Evil - - - S.& A. The Burglar's Sacrifice - AB, Comedies : In the Year 2014 - - Joker Baldy Belmont as Gladiator Cry. The Hon. William's Donah I.C, Sammy & the Slit Skirt - Urban Showers - - - - - Key. Scenic & Interest" Trip to Madeira & the Canaries. Mushroom Culture. Eclair Journals. Uomplete...
PORT RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 13 June 1914
PORT RIFLE CLUB. Following are details in connection with the quarterly Teams' and ''Spoon'" shooting, 14 at 300 yards, to-day: T. Prest, 3; H. Watt, 3; R. Sutcliffe, 3; J.. Gibbons, 3; A. Fadersen, 4; G. Watt, 5; J. T. Kinsella, 5; D. Paterson, 5; D. C. Lang, 6; R. Lang, 6; C. Harra dence, 6; W. Prest, 6; D. Sinclair, 9; J. Rummage, 9; M. W. Young, 9; A. Patferdon,-9;-G T. Tones, 9; A. O'Brien; 9; J. O'Brien, 9; W. O'Brien, 9; D. Mol loy, 10; H. WValler, 10; E. Le Page, 12; C. Bloomfield, 12; J. Vick, 12; T. Mol loy, 14; A. H. Williams, 15; J. R. White, 15; C. Emellen, 18; P. O'Toole, 20; L. Braun, 20. The result of the 14 at 200 yards on Satsrday last was as follows:- D. Paterson, 67 (5) 70; W. Prest, 66 (6) 70; .T. R. White, 55 (16) 70; G. Watt, 65 (4) 69; T. Prest, 65 (4) 69; C. Harradence, 64 (5) 69; D. C. Lang, 64 (4) 68; H. Watt, 63 (3) 66; 1. Sut cliffe, 63 (3) 66; D. Sinclair, 58 (6) 64; L. Braun, 44 (20) 64; J. T. Kinsella, 60 (3) 63; A. Fadersen, 59 (3) 62. : The third Qu...
PORT MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 13 June 1914
PORT MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB BAZAAR. Owing to the Town Hall being'en gaged in August it has been decided to hold the bazan: r in September, from the 2nd to the 5th (both dates in elusive). A? committee meeting willbe held in the Mayor's room onl the 15th June (next Monday), whell progress re ports will be submitted. It is pleas ing' to note the support already given aid everything points to success.
RAIN MAKING. An Early Probability. Its Effect On Labour. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 13 June 1914
RAIN MAKING. An Early Probability. Its Effect On Labour. The announcement that MIr J. C. Bal sillie, the Commonwealth Radio-tele graplhy' engineer, has applied for pro visional letters patent in connection with a process for rainmaking, has excited little comment of a sceptical. amture. So great have been the strides of science in the realm of pure discovery within the ken of the present generation, and so marvel Ious have been the inventions of many gifted people of quasi-scientific tmrain ing, that the expression oft employed bythe averagre man in the street that he is now "prepared for anything" may almost be marshalled as an ab solute scientific verity itself. The fact is that wonder has so rapidly been piled upon wonder that, to put it paradoxically, they have lost their wonderfulness. It is true' That jince the."~fither of electricity," BenJamin Franklin, conducted an' electric cur rent from the clouds on a stormy day by means of a kite string and stored it illn -a comImon doo...
THE LABOUR PARTY. Double Dissolution Discussed. Active Campaign Decided Upon. [Newspaper Article] — Port Melbourne Standard — 13 June 1914
THE LABOUR PARTY. :: Double Dissolution Discussed. Active Campaign' Decided Upon. Proceedings at the meeting of local branch'of the P.L.C., on Mionday even ing were confined almbst exclusively to a discussion of the Fedieral political situ ation. The President of the branch, Mr A. Tucker, occupied the chair, and amongst the public representatives proe sent were Ir. IMathoews, M.P., Mr. Gee. Sangster, ~.L.A.; the Mayor (Cr. A. L. Page); and Crs. Smith, Russell, and Murph; (South M[elbourne). MIr. Mathews said mnatters were likely to be very lively durling the next three months. They would have the State, Municipal, and Federal elections. There was likely to be plelity of. work and he odly hoped the people would niot get tired before it was all over, and not record their votes; If ever there was. a tiiie when the people themselves ,could recognise the fact, especially as far as Federal politics were concerned, that they ought to take a greater interest in the affairs of the dlay, it w...