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Finals at Frankston [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Fiials at Frankston The delegates met at Somerville last week and wisely decided to, play th6 semi-finals-and the fin-. al we hope-at Frankston, main ly because of its accessibility to all parts, from Chelsea and bey ondto Dromana. • The gate, in the' circumstances, should range from £80 to £100 for the final,' and from £50 to £65.for the se mi-finals, for Carrum has a very large following which was not ex istent last season. Tomorrow, at Frankston, Somerville and Hast ings wvill meet to decide the first semi-final, and as both skiPpieis, Allen Mentiplay and "Donnie" Knox, are optimistic, -an excell ent game should result. - - Either Dainty (for preference) or Crowd will have charg~e,whilst the.Lea gue also supplies the goal um Tires. The playing ground is be Ing improved: and. " 3bker" Ca-' ineron is attending to the.vari ous arrangements; whilst "Bill" Gregory promises to have a boat on the "Bliue Lagoon'! for rescu ing lost balls !
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
- LYLE'S H AVE a fineo Assortment of No velties to select fr om for Boys & Girls, and the Prices arn Right, less than. Melbource prlcs. " I Iave goodt selections of.Electto Plate war, osuit able for presetits-also it lico loto ul Ladies Haln Bnog, Infir Brushes and Combs,. Stilt Cases, and Leather Tnsia liling Bnogs--to be' sold at a greea "reduction.: £500 wiorth of' goods It be sold durling the month of Deceni., ber, . Beset enumel saucepans (set of 5) to go at 32s Gd, English mntbossed plates 18s 15?s 12s doz, Englishl w A& gold cups at 21s doz, dinner plates 9r doz, T. Plates 8r doz, tin billies 1. ls&3, ls Gd, is 9d, 2s each, tin esctte. ' pnus, kettles, washuop dishes, buckets -all to go' at reduction, shaving soaps and poaders. It will PAY YOU -.to.cull and -se the borgainsa-int till lines. 'CCeomp stretchers .1 and 30s "each,I , mttross 10s, ' vertndah chairs 9s 6d, citop chairs 3s 3d and 4s 3d, water boge, saud shoes, cutlery and spoons at all prices...
Comer Has Day Out [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Comer Has Day Out .A fairly good game resulted at -omerville last. Saturday, when Carruni'defeated Soin'ervilld, vho. were without five prominent players, by, 12.9 to7.7... Dainty umpired in fine style, giving. 42 trees to Carrum and 41, to Somer ville:. Th the' third uiiarter, the seasiders, a3Oed 5.1 to 1 poirit. The bcst onR?the 'winning side were Carlson and Comer, who had a day out, getting 8 goals be tween them, Comer's share being five. West, Cullen (2 goals), La ging, Smith, Homsie, Rigaldi, and the Davis brothers also shone out, but McConville kept "Pom pey" Davis quieter than usual. Somerville's best, b5y a loflg wajr, was Allan Mentiplay, with-Bar ber, Delaney, McConville, Stone and Guest next in prominence. Two juniors, "Snowy" Thornell and Syd Clarke, also did well. Fred Murray (3), McConville, Eicke, Percy Thornell and Guest got the loser's goals.
Municipal Elections [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
* Municipal Elections Council elections next Thurs day. Official declaration of poll at Frankston hall at 8 p.m. Cr. J. B. Howell addressed a well attended meeting of ratepayers 'at the Seaford ball on Saturday evening last, Mr C. Hounter presiding. In i- ntroducing Cr. Howell, the chair I man referred to his unblemished t record of 2 years service, and to the co-operation existing , between the I three councillors of the riding 1 Cr Howell, who was well received, I entered into at resume of his stowa, d. 1 ship, and referred at length to the questions of electric light, Kananook Creek, roads and foreshore. He strongly denounced the rumor that he was prepared to vote away the peoples' rights to the foreshore, and that he had voted to allow camping on the reserve. The council did make a humane provision to allow teamsters to, camp for the night only on that part of the road from Martin's crossing to the Mile Bridge. A good number of orchardists exer cised this privelege, and the conn...
The State Elections Mr Sambell Opens Campaign at Wonthaggi [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
The State Elections Mr Sambell Opens eampaign at Wonthaggi YI I I Mr A. K. T. Sambell. the Nat ionalist Progressive candidate, opened his campaign at Wontha ggi on Friday last. There were 500 people present, and a strong committee was formed to further Mr Sambell's candidature. The candidate, who met with a fnn reception, said . I do not consider It necessary te offer any apologies for offering my services for the present vacancy ia the Mornington Electorate in the Legislative Assembly of Victoria. Another gentleman has ben select ed by a campaign committee sitting in Melbourne to contest the scat as a Ministerial supporter. I have to state, however, that on the day fol lowing the announcement of the dis solution. I was requested, by repre sentatives from branches of the Na tional Federation and from Progress Associations in the" Electorate to contest the seat, as ,.a Ministerial supporter. This -lagreed to do, and illy candidature was subsequently ein dorscd by several organisatlon...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
YE OLDE ENGLISHE Crumpets MADE BY A. T. WALTERS BAY STREET.BAKERY LEWIS' 9 DAIRY The lease of the "Grange Dairy" having been pur chased for W. &f . Le is, it will jn.future be known as Lewis' DTai -yo ** Pare rich and. cleanl milk p e-o duced under the moet strin gent conditicns *** One cow's milk for nfants - Invlids so ni Butce and, ggtasty.", etc * We only sell tihe Luncs that cau be produced pric seeas later advts Telephone l55 Frnlastlo Note our address BYOUAY ST FRAKs well have THE BEST, too On and After Monday, July 25--Milk 7d Quart Somnelling OloloB ! J.dear. ItOYD & so nice andtasty." WIF-/ B-"Oc course. Thl-wia Lloyd's '-Cran leigh" Luncheoi, Sausage I The price ias , been reduced (again)-3d per lb."·,:/- .'."-" C nThe BACON e ha for brest this mnorninglNw she sail, .'which you said was so. mild and .swet, ine.. A also Lload i 's Sugr Cred. Thensils, ti't!y all the iea'ingstorea."'rh SotnYOU nlaA as well have TaE BEST, too I . LLOYD & SONS PTY LTD....
Reminiscences [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Heminiscences A correspondent desires that mention should be made of the fact that it was an employee of "The Standard" who first con ceived the idea of the Morning ton Peninsula Football Associa tion. This was Mr Jostlear, who, when- stationed at Mornington, convened the first meeting. 'The Standard" was then conducted by Pettit & Co. "Enthusiast," Mornington, has a word or two to say-Those re-. miniscences make fine reading, recalling as they do some great battles of the past. Re the 1915 season ; I should like to correct a couple of mistakes regarding the finals. Though just managing to scrape into the finals, Hastings defeated Naval Base by 2 points in the first semi-final, and m the. second Langwarrin Guards beat Mornington by 1 point. In the fi nal the Guards beat Hastings by I point, but in the grand final Mornington (minor premiers) stoushed the Guards'by 12.25 to 7.4. Tom Gibney got 37 goals in 1915. "Billy" Sanderson was the next best.
The Fernery's Ice Plant [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
The Fernery's Ice Plant The petition lodged with the shire.council over a month ago from ratepayers in the locality objectiug to Mr Bradbury carrying on factory operations at. "The Fernery," Frank ston, was considerea again at the monthly meeting held on 4th inst. A copy of a telegram from Capt. Meyer, of Mildnra, was read to the effect that if relief was not given he would not .proceed with the erection of new residences now con templated. A supporting letter was read from another property, owner. - :
The State Elections [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
The State Elections - :The general sec. of the National Federation wired us todea- that the Frankston Mechanlics' Hall had been secured for the Prem ier's speech, on Saturday night, 27th inst. Sir,-Most people will agree that it is desirable that the sleae should be a straight out one between the Nationalists and the Farmers' Union Party. Neither the Mornington branch of the National-Federation or any of its ntflrnr- hroI n?ytnthir to lne with he e tlecttiol r.f Nlr W. S. Cook. l!e wa na kerl to al:t, I tin theNatiot?. 1allst cause by tli :Nui ione l Campaicu COunull, beeause hIe woo( ci?l.idererd the most rlikely md u to win the seat for the Party There is the danger that iritf tlwo. N titni lti can, liates in the fl?i, r immonbei ofU- sond pro foreene'Frr?,e rsmay eo lost to the Nctionali-t cauio by the lutrusioun o r eseon l ilkes or dielikues or Paroeh iii feeling. The is.-nea at stake aor too importaut, too fa' reaching it ,.:Tlet for thie s xhtilt't,-i nof tprau~ t1 feeling. A...
Some Carrum Topics Cr. H. Rigby Elected to Council Unopposed [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Some Carrum Topics Cr H. Rigby Elected to Council Unopposed There is some talk of a co-oper ative store being formed at Car rum. What will the harvest be? Here is another little puzzle ;it is not bad. Have a try at it If the B Mr put : when . There :are several large insur ances here, one of them being for £3250,: the premirim being -£37 10s nett:. Members of the Fire Brigade are not pleased at certain.propo sitions by the Chief of the Coun try Fire Brigades. One of the principal objections is-they are only to have three men, while at Chelsea they are to have nine. They are of the opinion that this is not sufficient safety for the town. And they are right. A"n important meeting of the ratepayers will be held tomorrow .night, when matters. connected with the Fire Brigade will be dealt with. Be there ! No opposition was received by Cr H. Rigby for his re-election as one of our representatives. This was received as a compli ment by that gentleman. Cr Rig by was elected when the new Bo ...
The Standard. FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1921. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
itu Stnnbarb. FRIDAY, AUtUST 19, 1921. rT HE ELECTION to fill the seat - so long occupied by Mr Downward is exciting an extra ordinary amount of interest. The reason is on the surface. Mr Downward, in allying himself with the-Labor Party to defeat the Government, lost the support of a great body of electors. Of those electors some were Nation alists, some were supporters of the Country Party. most were men and women with no respect for the wirepullers, paid organ isers and touts of any party organisation. All were, how ever, agreed on a few simple points. They want a Govern ment which will develop the resources of the State as a whole and of this district in particular, on sound lines, squandering no money, pandering to no class. They want, further, to choose their own parliamentary rep resentative, and to give him his mandate. That being so, they were righteously indignant when they found that a coterie in IMel bourne had selected Mr W. S. Cook, not as the candidate of the :lique, ...
Monthly Scotch Concert Another Enjoyable Entertainment Provided [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Monthly Scotch Concert i Another Enjoyable Entertainment Provided f In spite of the fact that Franks ton was suffering from cold in the head and that there-were a host of counter attractions, the August-con cert of the Caledonian. Society was a pronounced success. For the first time the junior: vice-president Mr H. J. McCulloch, occupied .the chair, and was escorted to the plat fom by Piper Major MeLeod. In the course of ..the evenine he inti mated that the committee is endea voring to secure the members of the Port Melbourne' Women Pipers, Band for the next concert. If that date cannot be arranged a' bid.. will be made for October, as .all inter ested feel that a score of bonnie iassies in Highland costume will give the society a unique advertisement. As usual, - every detail connected with the concert was admirably carried out.. The stage was charm ingly decorated by Mrs James and her helpers, whilst Mrs Macdonald catered for the comfort of perform ers. Those performers acquitted ...
Mr Bradbury Replies [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Mr Bradbury. Replies -The following letter, addressed to the council, was read from Mr Bradbury "A petition has been lodged with you protesting against the annoyance caused by a refrigerator and grain grinding plant, owned by me, and re questing you also to compel me to remove same to so'me other arsa, (no matter at what monetary loss to me) on the ground of preserving this as a residential area. With the pro posal for the council to preserve this locality as a residential area, I am not going to discuss here, except to say, that the prime mover in this ma'ter, Mr Bruce Mellor. offered the property adjoining mine, to Mr Olsen, without any reservation what ever, as a business site, not more than nine months ago. I do, how ever, emphatically deny any nuisance so far as my plant is concerned. With one exception, where we had a breakdown, the plant has never ran after 10 p.m., or before 7 a.m. The total number of hours run since December 24th, 1920, is 720 hours; the day and night busin...
The Blind Appeal Recital To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
The Blind Appeal Recital To the Editor. Sir,-I should have sent you a statement of the financial result of the recital for the Blind Insti tute. earlier, but I did not receive the last.sum secured until a day or two ago. The total amount ta ken was £30 9s, the expenses be ing only £3 2s-hall £1, printing and advertising £2 2s-so that I had the pleasure of forwarding cheque for £27 7s to the Blind Institute. I want to give my very warmest thanks to all those who assisted so generously and whose assistance made-my own part in the effort so pleasant. . At recit :als in Melbourne and elsewhere, even with professional managers looking after matters, I have al ways been worried about details, but in Frankston I had absolute ly nothing to do but. walk on to the.stage and-play-soLadmirably was:everything . ,mdagcd, by the .godd" people who took charge of the house,. dressing rooms and stage. Thanking you forithe ge nerous support accorded by. .The Standard;'. which contributed so largely.'t...
Fortunate - Australia [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Fortuqate - Australia Most of the older ind more settled countries of the world are in the throes of changes whose end no statesman can foresee. The land we live in, however, is more fortunate in this respect, for the fact is patent to all that a plan that leads to security lies in the settlement of "our vast lands. The Man for the Job-And who is better fitted than the Digger to be an instrument of the schema? He fought for the land his Government wants to offer him a stake in. If you fail to support this Loan, you will be turo ing down the men who did so muoch for you. Remember-He Fonght for Your Business as well as your- life; and now, those of him who still re mail unprovided for look to his countrymen for aid. Much has bedn done in this direction, but much re mains to complete. This loan is anticipated to be the last call for this specific purpese. Give Him AHome in return for guaranteeing to you the' quiet comforts of 'our health. The money asked for will be divided be tween la...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Esthabished 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.LF.) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston -' Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash State Savings Bank of Victoria "THE FARMERS BANK" Credit Follcier Loaqs on Farbl Properties Two Thirds of Valuation up to £2000 at 6 per cent., Repayable over 27J} years £3 15s half yearly for each'£100 &ib Special Terms for Returned Soldiers " Dependants, Red Cross and Transport Workers Three-fourths of Valuation up to £2000 at 51 per cent. Repayable over 304 years, £1 15s quarterly for each £100 Application Forms at any State Savings Bank or by wri'.ing to Inspector-General. GEO E. EMERY, Inspector General Uead Office ...... State Savings Basn. Elkabth Street, Melbourne, Victoria. Seacombe House Opposite Station C A R R U M Beach Frontage Phone Crum Phone 1 Carrum I i.Underz New Management ; Mrs A. Samuels (late of Essendon), Proprietress. Vacancies for Boarders. Reasonable Winter and Summer Tariff. Meals...
Tyabb's Prospects [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Tyabb's Prospects . The second semi final of the Second Association will be played at Somerville tomorrow, when Tyabb and Somerville meet.' Ty abb are minor premiers. The re sult of this match will decide who is to meet Moorooduc a week hence. Tyabb considers its pros pects very bright. George Sloc ombe's team will be selected from -Slocombe (2), Longmuir, Mor row, Cole (2), Van, Thornell (2), Potts, Storey, Noble (2), Holley. Golding, Russell, Borley (2), Al den, Denham, Hodgins and King. Coxhell will umpire.
Decisions Questioned [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Decisions Questioned "Billy" Monk, who acted as the goal umpire for Somerville, got himself into hot water over two decisions he gave. Mr Monk was in one case quite right, but in the second case, my opinion was that a goal had been scored, but, I should not say it was positively. There' was plenty of room for doubt, and I would exonnerate Monk, who was a noted player sbme years ago, from any charge of partiality. In any case, the ringside experts have no right to hop into the enclosure.and dance around the goal umpire as though they were going to enjoy a joint at a cannibal feast !
The Week's Epitome Newsy Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
j The Week's Epitome Newsy Notes from all Parts of the ,?eninsula Cr A. S. Meilwraith has been returned unopposed as represen tative for Phillip Island in the Shire of Phillip Island and Wol ;lamai council. Lieut H. V. Mays, who, at the last elections, acted as campaign secretary to the Heon. A. Down ward in the Mornington Elector ate, has been selected to oppose the Mayor of Carrum (Mr Frank Groves) for the Dandenong seat in the Country Par ty's interests. Cr David White, of Mordialloc, has been elected President of the Victorian Protestant Federation in succession to the Rev.-G. A. Judkins, who recently visited Frankston. Mr F. J. Funston has succeed ed ex-Cr Berry as representative of the Tooradin Riding" in Cran bourne.Shire council. The late Mr Edwin Smith, vho died recently at Kensington, was a member of the Marine Board. The internment was made at San Remo. A son of deceased, Mr A. Smniith, resides at Cowes. Mr John Robertson, the well known Carrum estate agent, was at one ti...