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A Champion Athlete [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921

A Champion Athlete It may not be generally known that 1r` W. T. Trebilco, of Keysbor uogh, who won the 880 yds event and "?The Standard" Trophy at the rec tat Frankston sports, established a world'a record'for the distanlce--1.55. In the abeence of an official time eeper,sIt will not, however, be oMfflc ally recognised. R. H. Watson .156 3-10) the Victorian, holds the nustralasian record.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
More Dances Wanted [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921

More Dances Wanted "Hopeful" has'a word to say : 'Seeing that the Band has btroken up I think that if the Orchestra astaited the Euchre -Party. and Dances it wvould be a good- proposition. , They would bring in a substantial sum to the Orchestra, cid, on the other hand.; give the younger generation eucouragement to, stop in iFrankston. At the present, the place is very dead -pictures once a week and stray concert now and then, which does not appbel to the yooung people in the least. I sincerely hope the Orchestra will give this snatter some conshtera tloi in the future." O Out correspon dent omitted to attach any signature to the-atloce - epistle--aun offence whichshould not be repeate a second time -

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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State Executive Order [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921

State Executive Order Thd State "Executive Cbunci?ihas pasied an order permitting chemist_ shop6' within the hire of Fraukston and Hastiugs to. remain open until 9 o'clock on .londays, Tnesdays and Wednesdays. -

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Moorooduc Quarries The Shire Council's Great Enterprise Described [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921

The Moorooduc Quarries The Shire Council's Great Enterprise Described There is nothing trumpery about the stone crushing plant installed by the Frankstou and Hastings- Shire Council at its quarries at Moorooduc. The Council showed good sense, in providing any quantity of reserve power, for the reason that should it be necessary to increase the output the only additional cost would be the installation of additional stone breaking machines. Ordinarily the output of the quarry would be largely influenced by the quantity of stone available. At Moorooduc this con sider tlon does not weigh. l'he Council has a mountain of stone to operate on, and in 20 years" time present indications lead to the be lief that there'll still be plenty stone available. Mr Calder, Who offcially opened the quarries on the 7th irist., described the metal produced- as being better thgn the best basalt stone procurable from Melbourne, and while it cqul.l not be described as first class stone for all purposes, was ...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921

DEATH SMITH-On the 28th January, at "Pinewood,'' Melbourne Rd, Franks ton, Elizabeth Emma, relict of the late Edward Smith, late of 'Clive den," Baxter, aged 70 years. SMITH-The Friends do the late   Mrs Elizabeth Emma Smith are re spectfully invited to follow her re mains to the place of interment in the Frankston Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to leave her late resi dence, "Pinewood," Melbourne Rd, Frankston, at 4 o'clock on Saturday afternoon, January 29th. ?I-ct ,r Gamble, Undertaker, Playne St?let. Frauk:ton.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Standard. FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1921. Local and General News. The Somerville Show [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921

The Standard   FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1921 Local and General News. The Somerville Show The whole of the catering for the Somerville Show has been placed in the hands of Mr H. Vicars, of the Pier Tea House, Frankston.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921

"The Grange" DAIRY E. BARBER Successor to J. C. Murphy (Late A.I.F. 4 years)   Special Milk for Infants and Invalids   Phone — 55 Frankston KEAST BROS. (Late T. Hitchen & Co.)           Wholesale and Retail Produce & Grain Merchants FRANKSTON.   We carry Large Stocks of Chaff & Grain of all kind   'Sugar, Kerosene and Manures.   We invite a share of public patronage. All Goods Sold at Lowest   Possible Prices     Also Stock Lucerne, Chaff, Oil Cake, Blood Meal, Linseed Meal, Poultry         Foods of all kinds, Vegetable Seeds, Hay, Straw, etc.       Prices subject to market fluctuations.               &nbsp...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921

FRED. V TAYLOR, (Late A.I.F. 1914-15-16) Representing Frankston & Hast- ings and Mornington Peninsula Districts for F.I.A.T. Oakland CARS       Chalmers, Ford   Republic 3½ Tons     Motor Lorries Duplex 3 Tons   Jeffrey-Quad 2 Tons     Ford, 1 Ton Write for Catalogues or 'Phone 13, Mornington.             ADDRESS :— BOX 16, FRANKSTON; 29 MORNINGTON, When You Visit   SEAFORD   Call at the POST OFFICE STORES, J B HOWELL Proprietor. Orders Called for and Delivered. Furnished Houses to Let Authorised News Agent.   Papers Delivered Daily. The Seaford Refreshment Rooms. Morning and Afternoon Tea. Dinner. 12.00 to 2.30 Daily. Three Courses. 2s.     Tel. Seaford 1. Cabs and Motors arranged for F. R. Burton (Late A I.F.) CASH GR...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921

A. T. WALTERS Baker, Pastrycook, and Caterer,   BAY-.ST, FRANKSTON   Trusts by strict attention to business to retain the splendid patronage accorded to Messrs Burton and Law. Only the BEST Articles Supplied. The wishes of Customers studied in every detail PICNIC, PARTIES & SOCIALS CAREFULLY CATERED FOR   Bread delivered locally and In Surrounding Districts Daily. Letters Promptly Attended   Boots and Shoes BELL BROS Successor to A. Sullivan) The Place to purchase high-class Foot- ware of any style required at, the low- est price. We do not offer cheap foot ware, but good footware cheap. Sand shoes for the beach at prices to suit all. Bring your repairs—we are rapid, near and effective. Boots made to Order a specialty. Terms Strictly Cash. Satisfaction Assured         Frankston Boot Emporium Bay Street, Frankston. ---- - Bell Bros, Proprietors. Come and Inspect the New &am...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921

Established 1883   G.E. ROGERS & SON, (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers   Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash Frankston Pictures Company Limited Saturday, January 29th MIND THE PAINT, GIRL — featuring ANITA STEWART Adapted from Sir Arthur Pinero's play. It's the story of a Chorus Girl. Have YOU ever kissed one ? Say, if ever you do try — Mind the Paint! Supporting Programme includes H. B. WARNER in — A WOMAN'S HONOR The story of the sacrifice of a man to take the honor of his dead friend's widow - that her character might not be enriched by the accusations of and adventures against her dead husband. It's a really great picture!   NOTE — A New Machine, costing £175, has been installed, and will be used for the first time to-morrow night. An Expert Operator Engaged. ----------- Childrens - Depot For Xmas Confectionery Miss BLAKE Frankston       &...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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An Act of Stupidity [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921

An Act of Stupidity Mr M.ark Williauia, whdfor mariy years acted as handicapper to"theI Frap?lton Athletio Sporte Club,, wasee he victim of a stupid' joke at the' A.N.A sports on Monday last. Iti a silrit of jocularity, a man pointddd' starter's revolver at Mr Williams and Spulled the trigger. Lalkily, it con'. tiilued oilly blluk cartridges.' How over, the caiit;idi; ewkilih?cdl;i, "aed; the wnd hiit Mr. Willinls, :in tihe' tlglt Sye. It is fdoured thai he -;will" lose the sight of the, eye. -Pb "The.be Ago" eays, the ounme thlingl has boon doile so ofteni wtli nloch laurntablo ruisllts that '1 itailietiiid 'tl i mitgin?e i?v :na sae 'pelrs8o with any worldly cxperi euce could : perpetinto so stupild a Joke without thought.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Our Somerville Budget [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921

Our Somerville'Budget For come time past, we have heard complaints" made-to the effect that the Somerville district was somewvhat neglected by "The Standlrd" In the matters"-f news. This has npt boon entirely the Editor's fault, as great difflcaity was -experienced in getting the .aervices:of a sdiitable correspon dent." 'Fortunately, - we . have now secoured the services--f- one of -the most widoly-respooted gentlemen in the districet to act in that /capacity, and we feelsauro the arrangement will be mutually satisfactoryto'the Som erville people and- ouirselves; . A prominents Balnarring resident has also decided to contribute district notes at intervals, so- that in future with the local correspondents at Sea ford, Laugwarrini' Hastings, .Tyabb, Crib Point; Moorooduo and eleewhere" spurred to actlbity, the readers'of 'The :Standard" in the neighboring' districta should be.exeeptionally well catered formin the way of news., -

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The Hastings Hotel [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921

The- Hastings Hotel' As reported.,'in ?"The Standard"; lnstjissue, the Royal Hotel, Hastings. has changed hands, the:prlco paid for the.lense running into substantial i gures . The new boniface is Mr-Jo-" sop( Jacobson. Mr Jacobson comes to the Hastings district with a good businees and personal roputation, and in welcoming Mr and Mrs Jasobion to the district, we take the opportun ity of wishing thorn every euccess in their new undertaking. The late li consee,. Mrs A1ary Dalton, has rotor nod to-Meolbourne to reside.

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The Late Mrs Smith [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921

The Late M4rs Smith' The late Mris Emman Sliith, whose death"? at ho r: dangliter'y resi i:e, "'Piuoivood,' ". .olbolirne :'Road, iavs briefly ofoeiied lto in "The Stanodasrdi last issuoe w?iso tle 'relic? f i,' i.li Into Mr Edward. Smith,`.nod was 70 years of age. .Shoe loft: two sons. Messrs Alfred "asd Hai Smilth, .ando flie daughter, hlesdim'eos Potter Smale, Payntor, Wilsoni'nd 'Slrth A osister Mrs Robert Morphatt, resides at Le oon Aveioue Mildurar ^ -

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Amongst the Athletes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921

Amongst tihe Athletes Mr A. J. Ross, of 13rinswicks ahib won the £75-eveint the iefst FI'ansiif :dto.n 'Sposrts,- r?n u- ilaced :in i th pr icilifl ifnt lat IKiiefiin'si \i uyii dday Iist. hft \ r A. J. DaDi, bwt ieiklJiiniCf ofl m ueiitely' hered Lcapture I the- Shcllief I iandicap at the A.N.A spn'rts op the same'ie nte; ilr J J.... Iealy, whose sensationral r icewith hir ih: R Smith itu the.220 yidscven :at Fd .'ai f sictoni ; 'wi ll lu -iit' reuetimbered, won the principal raed 'it the \VWai"aigul meeting. The nippiy. Carlton i yclist,N Mr A. A.brnliam's oholiiihii spill it' Frsniistoai woni the A -N 'A Whlieel "Rice w.ilst 1r? 'A D. Box irlie winlncr of the' vlesel double ait Frsilustiun two ,years ago) filled a lilace sun two oCcsasionsa

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Business Changes Hands [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921

Business Changes eands To to-day's issue, Messrs Brown & Muir announce that they have purch ased the conch-building and general tilackemithing business lately carried on by Messrs Smitho & Arnuy in Playue Street. Both partners in the new firm. have been residents of the Frankston district for some months, whi!st Mr Muir has "A.I.F service to his credit. We wish the now firm every success in their enterprise.

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The Orchestral Society [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921

The 'Orchestral Society The sccretary, Mr L1. Prosser, states that the Fr.?inhston Or chestral, Society lias decided to admnit houor-. ary emlel ers on paymelcnt of Ss-en titling inembers to all performances given by the. Orchestra. It is pro posed to give musical programmes in: the Melville Rotunda oq Sundayoaf-i tornoons anil evenings, wvcither'per mitting, :as soon Ius the rotunhda 's rea ly 'r uisL' ' Two pionfessiont artists; Messrs Cowvix n i: Goodo - man, with lMe srs I ngs :ind BawdJer have been a t "cdu' to the musicus ' strength u'r tlii? OrchIti' "a . - i I

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Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921

Repatiiatio0I Notes Returned Soldiers are invited to apply to this Committee for :advice before olltertaniing busines pro posals of any kind. Those Soldiers and Dependente neeoding assistance, ousteonaice, :e.. are hereby notifled tlat by persona[ application to any ofushe undersignjed mnember' of committee, forms and advice may- be btained :-Messrs Oates '(chairman), C. .Gray, "W. S. Hartland, F. Johnson; W. P. Mason, T. J. McMurtrie, auln E. Barrett: Employers are-rquested .to notify the Committee of any racancy suitable for returned men. Persons -having Businessesa or Proparty, &c. to, sell suitable to Returnotl Soldiers arc earn estly iuvited'to communi., .3 particu lavr to the Coumiltte.e Awaiting Employment- 1 Grocer., E.. BARRETT, Rouo. See, "Repatrition. Fraukst .r.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Railway Statistics [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921

LoCatalLRilway Statistics Some railway figures likely to in terest. On January 24th, 1920, there wore 2.287 bookings on the Pranukton and Stony Point line. and on Jnuu. ary 29th, 1921, therhe was a decreoase to 2,004, buttitEiov'enue, increased frorim'882 to-419.?- On JJiiin'il26tH,; 1920. those were 1164 bookings com pared to 890 for Monday last, the oreonno .di'opping £6 only-from '?186 to £180. :In other words, we.are getting less service, but paying more.

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Warringa Estate [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921

Warringa; Estate In conjunction with Brody anid Mason, on Satiirday 'ast, Arthur Tu ccett & Son, thie Melbourne subdi visional e.iperts, -condusted ia' stdi; visionl --auction sale on the War ringa Estate. -The 'attendance wits not.very Iarge, owing doubtlessly to the excessive heat, tbut several att ractive blochcs were sold at satisfac. tory prices Warringa ?state is si tuated in the 'sane locality as the Baxter and. Plummeris Estate-O'-n one of those lofty elevations rising fimi the Mornington Road and ov erlooking the widest expanse of Port Phillip Bay. ..

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