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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
NEW MENTONE ,Celt nha PARAMOUNT, MORDIALLOC Moo o.. Three Changes Weekly. SATURDAY AND MONDAY Tyrone Power and Loretta Young SUEZ For General Exhibition. Also Margaret Sullavan and Joan Crawford The Shining Hour Not Suitable for General Exhibition. Matinee Saturday, 2.30 p.m. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Wallace Beery Sergeant Madden Also Margaret Lindsay and John Litel On Trial Both NOT Suitable for General Exhibition THURSDAY and FRIDAY Edward G. Robinson I Am The Law Also Jean. Gillie and Bernard Nedell The Live - Wire (Both films not suitable for General Exhibition) CAR PARK. WITH ATTENDANT, FREE. THEATRE ARTIFICIALLY HEATED. COMING SATURDAY AND MONDAY. Claudette Colbert and Don Ameche Midnight suitable for general exhibition Also J. Carroll Naish and Lynne' Overman Persons in Hiding Not Suitable for General Exhibition. Selling Without Advertising IS LIKE Without Bait Consult STANDARD NEWSPAPERS PTY. LTD.: itt" PLAZA Chelsea's New Theatre (OPPOSITE STATION) ALL FEATURE PROGRAMMES Compl...
TYABB PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
TYABB PERSONAL. Mr. T. Edwards, railway ganger, has received notice of transfer from Tyabb to Mornington. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards were recipients of. suitable presentations at a farewell gathering held here "last Saturday evening. They leave with the best wishes of a wide circle of friends. Mr. Stan Lucas has been elected chairman of the Tyabb Hal commit tee.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
MEN1'I UNL Waltew ntAnMuAK SCHOOL 231 Beach Road. A PUBLIC DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS FEES MODERATE. Accessible by Motor Bus from Mordialloc, Black Rock, Beaumaris, AOakleigh and Dandenong. KINDERGARTEN TO LEAVING HONOURS. Third Term Commences Tuesday, September 19 Prspecctus on Application. Headmistress at home by Appointment. Tel.: Chelt. 320. J. McCowaun, B.A., Dip. Ed., Headmistress. MENTONE GRAMMAR SCHOOL DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Sub.Primary to Leaving Honours. Boys admitted to Kindergarten at age o' four. Separate Department for Junior School. MODERATE FEES. Healthy Surroundings. Ideal Situation. Extensive Grounds. COACHING COLLEGE. NIGHT CLASSES Pupils Prepared for all Examinations. Complete Provision for Boarders. For Prospectus and Particulars of Scholarships, Apply C. C. THOROLD, M.A., Headmaster. Tel.: Chelt. 409. Tel.: Chelt. 409. Your Social Duties Make a demand upon you that your' DRESS SHIRTS f3 COLLARS ARE WELL LAUNDERED Send them to us for ...
THE EVENT OF FIFTY YEARS GOLDEN JUBILEE BALL ON THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
THE, EVENT OF FIFTY GOLDEN JUBILEE BALL ON' THURSDAY Since .the Frankston Fire Bri gade was founded in 1889 many important milestones have been passed, and , the brigade has t proved an indispensable asset to the district. The culmination of weeks of' or ganisation by the members and ladies' committee of the brigade will be the golden jubilee ball at the Wattle Cafe on Thursday, August 24. Elaborate decoration will be a. fea ture of the function. Forty-eight sec tions of trellis constructed by fire men will form the basis of the scheme,. and a host of golden roses will provide brilliant color. A replica of the fire bell and model hydrants and other equipment will be used to provide an appropriate atmo sphere. A special feature of. the function will be the competitions for. the best fancy dressed set, for which handsome trophies are offered. Dancing will be from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. Tickets are available at 3/ each. Another highlight in the celebra tions will be the reunion of past fire ...
Sporting Highlight WRESTLING? [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
Sporting Highlight .oOe WRESTLING ? This is what T"he Ring,". the world's leading boxing and wrestling publication, has to say about this farce which passes under the name of wrestling: "Until the 'bad men' of wrestling, the rough and tough element, came into the spotlight, the type that has abandoned the orthodox style for the kicking, gouging, hair-pulling type of 'wrestling' that now seems the. vogue, the mat sport was one that aroused the admiration and the support of those who enjoy the employment of science in the display of athletic prowess. But all this is changed now. Only here and there does one find a scientific wrestler who works according to the rules of the game as set down hundreds of years ago. No longer do we see the masters deftly get out of one hold and, with equal .science, apply another while an admiring throng applauds. "Now it is the drop-kick, the hair-pull, the leg-twist, the flying tackle, the spine-rub, the eye-gouge and what not that arouses the most inte...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
Marshall's Drapery Store Bay Street, Frankston KEEP DRY AND WARI, See Our Special Range of Warm Overcoats & Raincoats at Special Cut prices for Men, Boys and Girls BEATTIE'S DRAPERY STORE FRANKSTON HOUSE BUILD INGS Crossover Curtains, extra good quality in Pink, Green, Fawn or Blue, 6/11 pair, Reduced from 12/11. This Butchery will Serve you Best. j We sell the BEST MEAT, well CUT AND |= DRESSED. Give GOOD SERVICE and HONEST ::: a WEIGHT. THE BEST VALUES in town are ? offered by:- I SRobinson & Marks ji BUTCHERS, BAY ST., FRANKSTON. Tel. 214. :' I:::1111111111111.111111111111 1 1111 1 11111111111111011111·11 ::: ? Ilmhhlmuuauuuuuuuuuuuu. hh. .mmmmmmulluml-.....m. SDRINKS - NICE and HOT Don't perish for want of a cup of IHot Coffee, Cocoa, Hot Malted Milk or Hot Bovril. _ Conic in and be cheered up. i Quick service. BAY COTTAGE Quality Home Made Cake Shop. MISS JEWELL, Proprietress. Cr. LAYNE ST. Tel. 452. FRANKSTON. FRANKSTON'S NEW BUTCHERY H. R. OODWARD &. S...
HASTINGS HOSPITAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
HASTINGS -0 HOSPITAL BALL. The ball organised 'by the Hastings Bush Nursing Hospital auxiliary 'on August 10 was the best held at Hast ings for many years. More than.300 dancers were present. Notable residents present were: The president of the ladies' auxiliary (Mrs Gold); the president of the shire (Cr G. E. Hodgins), Cr Gaskin and Dr and Mrs Heywood. . Takings amounted to £40. This sum will enable the hospital to carry on. with the excellent work being un dertaken. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The Hastings Progress Association has decided to ask the council to re move the depot in Skinner street as the smell from the burning of road material severely damages property in the vicinity. Sneakers expressed surprise that roads and footpaths in streets such as Church street, a main artery to the station.. Victoria street, Skinner street and others have been neglect ed. while streets in other parts of the shire are in first-class order. A smoke social will be held at the conclusion of the next...
C. W. A. FRANKSTON MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
FRANKSTON MEETING The Frankston 'branch of the Coun try Womens' AssociatioY ..will hold its next meeting in the Soldiers' Hall' on Thursday, August 24, at 2 p.m. . As very important business, is to be discussed, a full attendance of mem bers is. urgentiy desired. : *Activities; of the afternoon will in. clude a lamp shades competition' and a talk by Mrs. Fairchild-Jones on the care of dogs.
MARKET REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
MARKET REPORTS Frankston Market (Geo. G. Aus. tin) reports an excellent sale on Wednesday last.' The. following prices were obtained for poultry-White cross hens 5/3 pair, W.L. hens' 3/6 to 6/10, pair, W.L. pullets 5/10 pair, Black hens 8/1 pair, Black pullets 5/5 pair, Black cockerels, 12/2 .pair, R.I.R. cockerels 4/. to 9/4 pair, R.I.R. hens 8/10. pair, Ducklings 5/ to 7/2 pair, drakes 10/ pair, ducks 5/3 to 6/ pair,. Muscovey drakelings. 9/1 to 12/4 pair, duck and ducklings', 16/. Vegetables,,. sundries and dairy pro duce sold well, ' ,
PARISH BALL EVENT OF THE SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
PARISH BALL EVENT OF THE SEASON The parish ball to be held at ITast ings on Thursday next, August 24, promises to eclipse anything pre viously attempted on the Peninsula. Several attractions are included on the programme, including Miss Sheila O'Hagan, the popular vocalist. Miss O'Hagan is well known to Melbourne audiences, and as this is her first ap pearance outside the metropdlitan area it is an opportunity no one should miss. The Hollywood Rhythm Band of five players will supply the music, and in keeping with the high standard prevailing' at. this annual ifunction they have secured the services of Mr Lyn Stone, the well-known saxo phonist. The music and hits to be supplied by this band promise to rival anything ever heard on the Penin sula. Old and modern dancing will comprise the, programme, included on which are several novelties, including exhibition dancing. The hall is re ceiving special attention, and promi ses to be a most pleasing spectacle. Buses are running from all ov...
THE POLITICAL SPIRIT VERSUS THE SCIENTIFIC SPIRIT. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
THE POLITICAL SPIRIT VERSUS THE. SCIENTIFIC SPIRIT. (To the Editor) Sir,-This is how your correspond ent, Mr R. G. Yeats, should have headed his letter in your issue of August 11, in which he eulogises the T.S.S.S.R. . Mr Chas. W. Wagstaff is correct ,when he says "Socialism is merely a sentli:ieutal dream." That is what it has 'developed into under the rule of Stalin. Unfortunately for the Russilmi peoples and Russia the self-interest of the few has triumphed over the .wants of 'he many. No system can function that disregards the protoplasim of so ciety-the individual human being. That is precisely what occurred in Russia, the system failed because of its contempt for the very human be ings who were to be saved by it. Inl the struggle to attain equality with the world, the human element was forgotten and the o'bject became the defeat of capitalism. . I will concede the point that Russia has made tremendous strides, both materially and educationally, but with what cost in human live...
COUNCIL DEBATE ON LIQUOR LICENCE At Frankston Show (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
COUNCIL DEBATE ON LIQUOR LICENCE At Frankstori Show (To the Edtior) Sir,-Under the. above heading in the I'ssue of the Standard of August 11 appears the .following: "Cr Miles said it was time the wowser commu nity) woke up to the fact that the" re striction of drink made for drunken ness and 'beastliness. If the same re strictions were put on tea drinking as were imposed on alcoholic bever ages, similar beastliness' would be seen." At the first reading I felt I was.! reading the "script" for another epi side of "Dad and Dave, and the Snake Gully Shire Council," and that the above statement had been made., by "Cr Bill Smith." You are, of course, quite sure it was at the meeting of the Frankston Shire Council. that the statement was made? And was the rest of the drivel really said at the council table? I wonder what the Frankston traders think of allowing a booth and bar on the show grounds. The ipeople who all the year cater for visitors: have they no objection to one firm monopolisi...
"LEST DARKNESS COME UPON YOU." [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
"LEST DARKNESS COME UPON YOU." "\Valk while ye have the light. that darkness overtake you not." It is a fair paraphrphrase of those wiords of Jesus to say: "Use the opportunities of your day, before the power to use then is taken from you.", How often do we confine the words of our Lord to what .we call "spi ritual" things, aihd then, not content even with' that llniitation, think of "e:piritual" things as concerned most ly with what lies beyond death! So we narrow down the teaching of Him Who 0came to` give men new. useful and joyous life even in this world and manke the whole earth the Kingdom of the Heavenly Father. Let us face the above words of Jesus as they apply to lus in our own time and place, and the great opportunities given to this generation. What shall we say of our achieve ments in relation to our opportuni ties? We can say that sct-nce. the great gift of God to our' time, has made the world a neighborhood with speedy transport and ready communi cations. WVe have the ...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
FOOTBALL. Following is the Frankston B Grade team to meet Baxter on the Cran bourne road reserve: J. Peters, E. Bond, A. Scarce, J. Beecroft, R. Mal colm, S. Osmond, M.' McFarlane, C. Wilson, J. Lee, D. Avery, E. Rosen brock, T. Alderson, A. Petrie, S. Hart, L. Symons, K. Flynn, J. Gaylor, K. Lovitt; R. Williams, 19th man. Play ers are asked to note that play will commence at 2 p.m. sharp, and are requested to make every endeavor to be present at this time.
THE CURSE OF UNEMPLOYMENT [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
THE CURSE OF UNEMPLOYMENT To Mr. .....................M.H.R ............. ....... . M.L.A. ....................Senator Parliament House, Canberra, * .Melbourne. : (Strike out lines inapplicable) As an elector represented by you in Parliament, it is my desire that steps be taken immediately to. provide full time work for the unemployed on jobs of a national or public character, and that sustenance must be abolished, and furthermore the. pledging of. the nation's credit or taxation of incomes to carry out these instructions is not desirable. Failure by you ,to give effect to these instructions will leave me no alternative but to vote against you * when the opportunity arises. Yours faithfully, ++ ,~~....i ·.; + ....... . . .......... +:.
SOMERVILLE VALEDICTORY SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
SOMERVILLE. --0- VALEDICTORY. SOCIAL. On Wednesday evening, 9th inst., at the Methodist Church, members of the local Christian Endeavor So ciety, bade farewell to one of its highly esteemed and active mem bers, Miss Isabel M. Allison, who, with other members of the family are leaving Somerville to reside in Lyndhurst. Miss Allison: has, in addition to filling the position of organist, manifested a keen interest in both, Endeavor and Sunday School work, The Rev. G. A. Osmond pre sided at the meeting, and spoke of the fine service the Allison family had rendered the. church generally; and the Endeavor Society in parati cular. They have, during their re sidence here, exhibited 'the true spirit of Christian fellowship and unity. for their interests have transcended the limits of their own denomination and their departure creates a serious gap in the church life of the town. On behalf of the Society he had pleasure in handing Miss Isabel two useful' presents, in recognition of her . fait...
THE TURF MOONEE VALLEY SELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
THE TURF MOONEE VALLEY SELECTIONS 1.30--PLENTY HURDLE Whernside .......... Sea King ............ Glenlonan .......... 3 2.5-LALUMA HANDICAP Lord Walla .. .... .. 1 Glenfino .. .. .....* * Pure Gold ...... . * 3 * 2.40-MELROSE STEEPLE 'Musical David .. . ... 1 Bully Hayeds .... .. Wakerite .. .. 3.15-GLENARA HANDICAP Diaphane . .......... High Commissioner .. ; Cackle . . .. ** ** ** i.45--KIATA HANDICAP First. Division Great Legend .. ** ** Leporls .... ........ Manrico . ... *...... 4.20-KIATA HANDICAP Second Division Nightguard .. ** ** ** " Free Leg.. .. . ** * * Limerick Lace .... ** *. 4.55--ARGYLE WELTER .Valsard .; ... *" Mooramong ".. ...... iOn: O Ti me .. .. .. ** **
TABLE TENNIS SEMI-FINALS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
TABLE TENNIS --. SEMI'FINALS The first semi-finals in the A and B grade competitions of the Frankston Table Tennis Association were de cided on Tuesday at the Mechanics' Hall. Results:- A GRADE Diggers II., 9 sets 415. points, df Old Students, 7/400. The feature of this match was the splendid exhibition given by Woodley, who won all four sets. Holding and Houlihan, who each won; two sets, well supported their captain. For the 'Old Students, S. Hart and A. Chariwood each won three sets. B GRADE Church of England III., .10/456, d Militia. 6/401. Mrs Burnell and Mrs Ledger, with three sets each,' were most successful for the church team. For the losers, Don Hill gave a good display to win four sets. SECOND SEMI-FINALS On Monday the second of the semi finals will be played at the,? Mecha nics' Hall between .Diggers I. and Church' of England ii, and in the B section the Fire Brigade wvill play the Children's Hospital teaip.