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Apology to the Ladies [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Apology to the Ladies A. J. Noble, Tyabb, writing for the Tyabb players, desires to ap ologise to the Moorooduc ladies' for having neglected to thank them for the refreshments they so generously provided on July 9th, when Moorocduc outpointed Tyabb. It was purely an over sight, but some busybodies have exaggerated it, seemingly, for the purpose of fostering bitter ness between these teams.
LEN SPENCER LEADING Second Association Medal [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
LEN SPENCER LEADING ... Second Association Medal ... Len Spencer, Frankston • 111 Edward Osborne (Frankston) 99 Leslie Cole (Tyabb) 88 Sydney Clarke, Somerville 28 Charles Bond, Largwarrin 26 Cecil Male, Langwarriln,.: - 23 "Snowy"'. Thornell (Somerville). 16 Frank Matson, Frankston- 17 Wilfred Bowo, Frankltston 8 . L. Morrow, Tyabb 7 Aubrey.Bray, Frankston 7 Jack Doewra, Langwarrin 7 Rob?rt Storey (Tyabb'., : 6..6 Frark Mills, Frankston 5 Arthur Ba- ber, Franketon .;: 4 Dave Longmuir, Tyabb :. , 4 Ilith ,Tnit, Frnnkston... . :- '4 Gordon A. Dugani, Franketon...: 3 Leslie Hughes, Franketon 2 Rob, Morrison (Sdmerville) 2 Arnold Ndbie; Tyabb'~l -? .' . 2 Bertle'Noble Tysnhii 2 George Patterson; iFabkston. 2 : ;:£; 2 Jack Romeo, Histings'l i .2 ('lifford Va, Tyahb 2 Reginald lBorley, 'Tysibb 1,: Reg RltchieoMWornindton ;ri Laurie Thornell, Tyabb :. 1":?i .i George White, Somerville . 1 Total Votes to Date-1083 Watch for Closing Date
Frankston II's Chances [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Frankston II's Chances Frankston II's expect to give Tyabb a great tussle, as the local lads generally adapt themselves to the fast Somerville ground, and play excellent football there. As this page is printed somewhat early, and before the selectors have selected the team, we can only say the ,team will be chosen from the following :- Matson (capt), Bray, Burton, Osborne, Patterson, Nugent, Ryan (2), Spencer, Bowe, Mills, Dugan, Luff, McComb, McFarlane, Bar ber, Morgan, Clipperton (2), L. Hughes, Tait, Gale and Baxter.
Hastings [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Hastings A yery successful soeiliaond dance was held in the'public ball, Hastings on Saturday night last, in aid of the Hastings Football Club funde. The takings amounted to £65 Gs2d. After paying expenses the balance *will be osver £4, which will be a great help to the club. During the evening songs were rendered by the following and were well received :-Mies Jean Campbell, Miss E. Bowell, Mr Williams (Naval Base). and our old Scotch friend, Mlr J. Carmichael. Supper was supplied by the lady supporters of the club, and was much appreciated by all. Miss Romeo carried out her duties 'as pianist for the evening in her usual capable manner. Tle secretary of the Hast inga Football Club deeires to thank all who so kindly gave their services in providing the musical programme also the ladies who kindly eseisted in nupplying the supper.
Is It Justice—or What? To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Is I1 Justice- or What ? To the Editor. Sir, - At the Cheltenham Police Court on Wednesday last a lady resident of Frankston was fined £1 and costs for travelling in a first-class carriage when holding a second-class ticket. This lady forwarded a statement, witnessed before a Justice of the Peace, to the dffect that she did not intend to defraud the department, but, during a heavy rain storm, had jumped into the carriage without observing the class at Caulfield. The Jay Pees listened not to this legitimate explanation. In the meantime, the "Big Fish," who was caught travelling"on a bogus all-lines ticket, worth more than £100, at Geelong, is still at large. Despite public protest, Mir Clapp refuses to'prosecute this wealthy. rogue anid also refuses to give the culprit's name. This is going on everyday-eloquent testimony to the equity of Justice, as we know it.-Yours etc Joskin Justice, Frankston, August 18th.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
1FRANKSTON" DAIRY Fra lkston' Pure Milk Supply W. J. OATES Pure Milk, direct from the Owner's well known Dairy Farm Customers may confildently rely on the purity and High class Quality of the milk supply. C.ws milked under strict personal supervision. Milk treated by latest scieutific appliances, render ing contamination impossible. Agent for Clutterbuck's Blackstone Oil Engines, Cliff & Bunting's Chutticttrsa and Grain Crushers, &a Simplex Milking Machines. P?hone--37 BAY=st., Frankston THE BAY VIEW HOTEL FRANKSTON. E. J. PARKER, Licensee. :..BESi OF WINES, SPIRITS AND ALES. Alcockis Standard Billiard T: ble. Over the 20 Mile Radius. Motor "Cari for Hire Day or Night. 'i *. - if : SSTATE -SAYINGS BANK OF YICTORIA The armers' Bank I! -Credit Foncier Loans on Special Terms to Re Farm Properties. turned Soldiers, . Dependents, Red Cross &: Two-Thirds of Valuation Transport Workers 42000 at 6 per cent Three-Fourths of Valuation up to £"2000 att5per cent. Repayab...
POET'S CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
POET'S ,CORNER. "A Digger's Friend," ?Somer ville. breaks into verse: Hats off.! A Digger. is standing For municipal honors serene ; Then give him his due, he fought for you, So vote for, "Digger'" McLean... 'When the roar of battle was fierce and keen, He answered his country's call; He did his best, let us see to the * rest .. - And vote for f.'Digger" McLean. Hans off ! He is one of the team Who fought the, Turk and Hun-; Did he get in touch? Better ask the old crutch, And vote for ':Digger" McLean.
Hastings Likes Chance [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Hastings Likes Chance Hastings, who, seeing that the ground is likely to be on the hea- vy side, like their chances very much against Somerville, will se- lect their team from the follow- ing:—Knox (capt), Floyd, Allen (2), Garth, Tipping (2), Wooley, Jack, Hurley, Carmichael, Fran- cis, Marabella, Campbell, Forde, Armstrong, Peddle, Ballinger, Le Huray, Langholtz, Sposito and Morphett. &nbsp;
Obituaries [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921
Obituaries Tbhe late Miss Heater O'Donoghue, of Trhralgon, who died in the Alfred Hospital last week, was a esitor.to Mr J.O'Donoghue, of Frankaton, 'lh cause of death being poeumoonia . An old resident of the Cairum.dis-: trict, .MrJames Grubb, late otlCol liigwood,, dlied on Friday laestat the age of 86 years - ... The death oftMr Bell, senr, father of Mr J:.F..Belli of Frankston; ocuar; red lest week.-- The late'Mr Be.ll re saided at,Portland;. Mr Jack Godfrey, who was killed in the recent motor catastrophe near Echoca,: was a prominent athlete, who competed at the Franestot ath letic sports on several occasions. The death of Mrs. Hodgk.nson, of Playne Street, Franketon. occurred at the Women's Hospital, Carlton, last week, at.the age of 41 yearsr. The de ceasedl leaves a family of two sous and three daughters. The late Mrs~Erncst" Ward, late of Hastings, who died recently at Rippon Lea, was a sister to rlras. . Prosser, of Prankston.
Silencing the Voice of the Country. WHAT LABOR, SUPPORTED BY THE FARMERS' UNION. WOULD DO. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921
Silencing the Voice of the Country. WHAT LABOR, SUPPORTED BY THE FARMERS' UNION, WOULD DO. A' policy 'of misrepreseintation is being followed by the Farmers' Union. Mr. Allan, the leader of the party, has ploughed a furrow in which other members of the organisation are'treading. When dealing with the !question of redistribution of seats in his policy speech at Kyabram, Mr. Allan stated that the other two parties, meaning the National and the Labor parties, were out to con centrate the majority of representa 'tioe in the city. Tihe statement is true only of the !Labor party. It makes no secret of. its. intention, if given the opportunity, of. so adjusting the representation in the Legislative Assembly that the bsleance of power now given to the :ountry would be transferred to the -ity. O " . l?ut Mr. Allan surely knew it to be a 1i* when he attributed such an inten tion to the National party. What makes his misrepresentation all the more discreditable is the fact that the Statement w...
The Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921
he Pictures As a-result of the Premier's visit. 'there will be no pictures at Franks ton to-niorrow light. c " June Caprico and .Croighton Hale were very ''otertaliiing in 'Th: Lorve Cheat' lat' Saturday night.i , Asmay. be?expected, ;Alice,Joyce gave adramatic treat in ''The Prey," a story of tangled lives-tangled with a vengeance.: . . .. The Christie- comedies, wit'lhVera Steadman, Bobbie Verion'and Helen Darling in the principal roles, are the rogue at the local pictures. "Bride 18" started her adventur ous career last Wednesday night, when she was "snatched from the altar" for a'start. Next Wednesday night, the second episode-"The Pi rate's FangF''-wlll be screened. Tihe supporting features last'Wed nesday night were offerings much above the average, showing William Farnum in serious mood and Eileen Percy on a husbund hunt.. Next Wednesday's features will be Tom Mlix in "Three Gold Coins" and Albert Roscoc in "Evangeline." '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921
Established 188s G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.LF.) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston --- U- -. Good Assortment Gl ssware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash State Savings Bank of Victoria "THE FARMERS BANK" Credit Foqcier Loaqs on Farnt Properties Two r Thirds of Valuation .np to £1000 at 6 per cent, Repayable over 273. years £3 15s half yearly for each £100 S -2 Special Terms for Returned Soldiers ":2 Dependanta.-Red Cross and Transeort Workers ?| Three-fonrtk.s 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 writing I to:InspectorGeneral. GEO E. EMERY, Inspector General a.4 l 3l:i ...; Sst, S?ir?p Biut, Elizabeth Street, *elbourne, Victoria. Federal lqncome Tax r~eturns Now Due All Except Businesses - July 31, 1921 Businesses (ladedieg Farmers &a criei. Aug 31, 1921 FVprms of return may be obtained at Post Offices or at my Offce. lall details obtainable ...
Some Carrum Topics Ratepayers Decide the Fire Brigade Question [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921
Some Carrum Topics Ratepayers Decide the Fire Brigade Question . We had another wedding here last Saturday, the parties con cerned being Miss Mathieson and Mr Vealls. Both parties being well known, some hand some presents were received. A return social is to be given early next month to the Mayor, Cr. Groves, M.L.A. Cr Groves gave an evening some few weeks ago to a number of the residents of the Borough of Carrum. The answer to the puzzle which we gave last week, and read as follows---(If the B ?r T put : if.) is-.-"If.the grate be empty, put coal on, if full, stop." Not a bad one to give to your.friends., The-residents of Carrum were pleased, to, read in last week's football:column of the 'Standard' that our popular paper is against the.talk.of preventing ourtFoot-. ball Club from entering for the Peninsula' premiership in the future: -What have we done that we should be" threateied. with extinction ? How Somerville lost the prem iership by losing the match with Hastings last Satur...
The Standard. FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1921 The Elections [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921
* %he Staiitwibr. ' FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1921. The Elections .Despite adverse weather con ditions. there was a splendid attendance at the Frankston Mechanics' Hall on Tuesday night, when Mr A. K. T. Sambell, who has been brought out by the Frankston Branch of the National Federation, expressed his views. The Shire President (Cr W. P. Mason) occupied the chair. He said that nothing in his public career had given him greater pleasure than the task of assist ing the candidate in this election campaign. Mr Sambell, who was most cor dially received, spoke for nearly three hours. The soundness of his views and his undoubted earnestness in oflering what he considered practical solutions of present day politital problems, kept the audience keenly inter ested, and he was frequently ap plauded. Mr Sambell said he had been approached by the National Fede ration to offer himself as a can didate on two former occasions but he had not then been able tod accept. On the present oI n he had been asked...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921
FRANKSTON'' DAIRY Fra ikston' Pure Milk Supply W. J. OATES Pure Milk, direct from the Owner's well known Dairy Parm Customers may confidently rely on the purity and High class * Qaslity of tho milk supply. Cows milked undero strict personal supervision. Milk treated by latest scientific appliances, render ing contamination impossible. Agent for Cluttorbuck's Blackstone Oil Engines, Cliff & Banting's Chatoeuttsrs and Grain Crushers, &e Simplex \lilking Machines. Phone-S-7 BAY=st., Frankston THE BAY VIEW HOTEL FRANKSTON. SE. J. PARKER, Licensee. . BEST.SOF.,WINES,. SPIRITS. AND ALES. Aloc s Standard Billiard TF: ble. Over the 20 Mile Radius Motor , Cirdes for.. Hire 'Day .ort Night: STATE SAVINGS 1BANK OF VICTORIA` ... The .armers' -Bank I - Credit. Foncier Loans on , Special Terms to Re Farm Properties. turned Soldiers,, Dependents, Red Cross &: Two-Thirds of V aluati6on Transport Workers ,20p0 at 6 pper cent Three-Fourths of Valuation up to £2000 at 5o per ce...
Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921
Repatriatioq Notes Returned Soldiers are invited tc apply to this Committee for -advice before- entertaining bu's:ness i pro. poasle of any kind.'. ` Those Soldiers and:. ]ependonts needing sesistance, stistenance, &c.. are hereby notified that by personal application to any of the underejgned members . of committee, forms and advice may -be; obtained :-Messrs Oates (chairman), C. Gray, W. S. Hartland, S. Sherlock, W. P. Mason, T. J. lc-Murtrie and E. Barrett. 'Employers are requested to notify the Committee of any vacancy sujtable for returned men. Personis having Busincesoes or Property. &c., to sell suitable to Returned Soldiers are earn estly iiivited to communicate particu lars to the Committee. E. BARRETT, Hon. Sec, Repatriation Frankst-n
Life Saving at Seaford. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921
Life Saving at Seaford. Si,;'~Mr B. Wiltshire has seen fit to attack 'Mr b'rCulloch, Mr Pitt and niyself're the management of the Life Saving Society. This attack, coming from the source that it does, and on the eve of on election, makes me think that each enthnsiasm has been inspired, not so, much on be half of the Life: Saving Society, as with a view affecting the result of the election. With regard to the failure of the society to carry out its avowed object. I wish to point out that. on my direction, the secretary. on three different occasions, con vened meetings, and as only the secretary and myself attended the last meeting, he advertised the fact that instructors had been appointed to teach S(a) Swimming (b) Lifo saving methods (o) Recuscitation (d) Work necessary for society's awards. Intending cendtdates were asked to notify the secretary, who would bring them into touch with their Instructors. Although a lot of work was put into this attempt to organise classes, no members...