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The Umpire's Whistle NEWSY Notes about the Game and Its Players Hastings Defeats Somerville in the First Semi-Final by 16 Points [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921

i The Umpire's Whistle Newsy Notes about the Game and Its Players Hastings Defeats Somerville in the ilrst Semi-Final by 16 Points A gloiious'day was the gift of Old Sol to the sporting public or Saturday last2 when the Penin sula Association commenced its final matches. The match wac played at Frankstbn, the corites* tants being Sonierville and'Hast ings. There were approximately 1,300 people present, the gate ta kings being £43. In a sense, this may be very satisfactory, but it is anticipated that the remain ing matches will result in a much larger attendance. Somerville, of course, were without the services of several prominent players, but Hastings had a representative side. The teams were : Somerville Hastings 1 W. Hutchison 1 D. Knox 2 A. Mentiplay 2 Fred Floyd 3 C. Barber 3 H. Carmichal 4 H. Guest 4 D. Langholtz 5 T. Delaney 5 W. Allen 6 R.' Stone 6 R. Tipping 7 W. Tyree 7 B. Francis 8 P. Kedgell -8 F. Maribella 9 K. Webb 9 J. Hurley 10 N. Unthank 10 H. Jack 11 Syd Clarke 11 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921

.YE OLDE ENGLiSHE I.. Crumpets MADE BY •A. T. WALTERS .BAY STREET BAKEIRY This is Good Al AT Lloyd's C AI'EIG 1 . .?....? ... --,?--,?=_l~·m LUNCHEOIN SAUSAGE '1)EDUCED (ngani) 3"1 ? . b Made ilrcn Choicest S Suelected .leatas. :` Delluiuasly smokeld and seasozied -just. the thinc' for annilnnch. Aski ydur Grocer for Lloyd & Son'a SuoiarCureil Hanme s nd BuaaI.n and "Crua leigh" Luncheon Sanasge & Plre Lard. Manuafcturad by 1. LLOYD & SONS PTY LTD v--,- DBacon Curers, "CIHlaleiglI." Fraauklton. .... , .... Conc .lt.I hnspIct tI e New PRO fE Id HDWAG E STORE at :BALNAR-R?INO r HE Best Stock Foods lvw ys ,;; in hIat the lowest rates.':' Meggitt's Famous Foods, ?ti 1 LawSon?i; r'si Tip Top' Seeds. .Motde'Oils? Farm Oils and Benzine. A 'Iar;e ,isplay oit' GodL ning Tols; Kiiclhet Utensils, Sporting Ammunition, and GOcitrnl Famiong .tR quisitqs to le hnd at'most reasonable pricet . ? Also Chlaff,, Rl on,. Pollard, WIieat,` Oats`'Barley,; Maize, Poltry. Foods. etc....

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Second Association Frankston Onted by Tyabb in the Semi-Final. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921

oi ,lll A SOlt.i101il Frankston Oured by Tyabb in the Semi-, ir:al'. Oui special rep 'esecntative at Tyabb..wriitcs T abb- defeated Frankstomnjin ;the #econd semi final on the So?nriville"oval last' Satuirday afternoon; The scores were- -. . .-", Tyabb, 4 :goals, 10 behinds' Frankston 3:g~gals- 2ibehinds The beat playeia for temaron were Geo::Sliciombe , iiogmuiiir Van, Hodgin.,Le? Cole, Gold;" ing; the "The: 'ell '' `n1lsan the Borleys., "i Frankstrti 'Were:g-bly served by Nugerijt,MIeatson; Gale. Spencef, Burton, .bshrne, and Clipperton; H. Coxhell-unipired. well. There vill probably be no alteration in. the"i Tyabb: team. tomorrow against toorooducd as Slocornbe :(2),,ý Longmutir, Vahn, Morrow, Russell; Borley :,'(2), Thornell, Golding.?Storey, Noble Denham, Cole (2), Thornell (2); and Holley will again compose the team. -The M?oorooduc.team have large hopes of downing the Tyabbians. in the final, match, of the second assoeiation tomorrow at Somerville. Anyhow the Tyabbians chanc...

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Labor Party and Finance The Tragedy of Queensland. WHAT LABOR RULE HAS DONE. Increased Taxation Piled-up Debt, Created Unemployment. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921

Labor Party and Finance ;. The Tragedy of Queensland. witAT LABOR RULE HAS DONS. Increased Taxation, Piled-up De?;. Created Unemployment. If the Victorian electors want any warning as to the tragic consequences of Labor misrule they have only to look to Queensland-a State which has been brought to the verge of a financial cataclysm under the admini stration of Labor Governments. Before Labor got dontrol Mr. Theodore, who afterwards became Treasurer and Premier, said: "Finance is the basis of Government and the test of Governments.' He was right in both statements, but the people of Queensland, who put his party into power, little realised hos badly the Labor Government would respond to the test. They know It now, however, to their great coert. Mr. Theodore, the present Premier of the State, which is staggering under its financial burden, in four years built up deficits amounting to just half what previous Governments had accumnulated over a course of 55 yearsl The Labor Government i...

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Personal An Eminent Pianiste [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921

Personal . An Eminent Pianiste : Miss Dorathea' Macmaster advertises that she will devote a day. in each week t6 advanced pianoforte students in different parts of the Peninsula, who, by taking lessons from her in Frank sten, will escape the fatigue, the waste of time and expense invol ved by weekly visits to her'Mel bourne studios. "'The Musical News'' says:--"Miss Macnimaster is L.T.C.L., L.A.B. and Mus Dip :(Melb). In the Trinity examina tions she was a National Prize winner and three times medallist. In the senior she secured the full 100 marks, and the examiner,. Mr St George, sent her an autograph photo *with congratulations to my first senior century." She won the gold medal of theR.A.M and R.C.M, London, once as first of the intermediate candidates in Tasmania and once as first of the advaniced grade candidates in Victoria. At the University Con servatorium she was three times Ormond exhibitioner and won the Maude Harrington Prize for ac companiments. She has only tak en par...

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Letter's to the Editor Frankston Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921

Letters to the Editor Frankston Fire Brigade. In connection with the Frankston Fire Brigade Ex-Soldier writes to the !'Standard" as follows: - SRing the'fire bell I This was the first .intimation to the 'people that two little children had been lost, and readily did the Fire Brigade respond to the call. It was noticed how ever, that the Fire Brigade consisted of lade in their teens. Good willing lads, admitted, doing their duty as loyal citizens. It must be acknow ledged that the township of Frank ston is going ahead rapidly, but by the number of wooden houses, it hardly bears thought what would happen in the event of a big out break of fire. Captain D. Petrie is to be congratulated adon the manner in which he has devoted his time and energy in training these lade in fire drill, in spite of inadequate appliances and lack of support. Throughout my travels in the world I have particularly noticed that every township is proud of its :Fire Brigade, and it is oonaidered a great privilege...

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GOLD MEDALS VOTING THEO DELANEY LEADING First Association. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921

GOLD MEDALS VOTING THEO DELANEY LEADING ... First Association ... Theo Delaney (Somerville) 126 Reg Coxall (Frankaton) 117 Claude Barber (Somerville) 113 "Pompy" Davis (Carrum) 99 John Daly, Franketon ' 65 "Snowy" Lewis (Frankston). 40 Donnie Knox (Hastings) .39 E.R . Fairnie, Frankston 30 Ray Baxter (Frankston) 28 Bill Foster (Somerville 10 Eric Gale Frankston) 10 Harry Golds (Morrington) 8 Norman Unthank (Somerville) 8 Ron W. Stone (Somerville) 7 Will Hutchinson (Somerville) 5 Will Johns, Fraukaton 5 Cyril Twining (Frankston) 5 Bill McComh (Frankston) 4 "Joker" Cameron (Frankston) 3 J. Redden (Naval Depot) 3 Ken Webb (Somerville) 3 Bill Carlson (Carrum)' 2 Norman Does (Franketon) 2 Frank Kyne, Franksetr 2 A. MeArthor, Somerville 2 E. McConville, Somerville 2 Bert McCulloch (Frankston) 2 Colorado Peters, Carrum 2 'Harry Stryde, Carrum 2 "Sandy" Bray(Franketon) 1 Hughie Carmichael, Hastings I Fred Davis (Carrum) 1 Gus Davoren (Naval Depot) I Bill Duffy (Franketon) 1 Fred Floyd (Hast...

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The Umpire's Whistle Newsy Notes about the Game and Its Players [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921

The Umpire'sWhistle Newsy Notes about the Game and Its Players ' - m Moorooduo and Tyabb meet in the Second Association final at Somer ville. In the event of Moorooduc winning, there will be a deciding fi nal, as Tyabb hold the right to chal lenge. Carrum and Mornington meet in the second semi-final ofthe Poninsula Association at Franketorn to-morrow. A good game Is vaticinated, and the attendance should be large. Fred Dainty will have charge. As the closing date of thp Gold Menals Contest approaches, we adv lee those who are holding coupons to send same along at once. It will helpl us materially, as all those coupons have to be sorted' and counted before the verdict is publlsded. "The Weekly Times" regards Will Dalton, of the Hastings II's. as one of the coming men of the game. in the city, he plays with the Xavier College team. Gerald Broanan has been writing. some reminiscences in "The Midnight Sun." In telling the story of the 1907 League finals, the old Fitzroy :hsmpion gives "...

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Our Somerville Letter Entertainments and Election Meetings [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921

Our Somerville Letter Entertainments and Election Meetings ?: --? : .-?I A very enjoyable and succeosful entertainment was . given by the "Parish Concert Party" in the local hall on Thursday, 18th lust. The proceeds were for St Andrew's Church funds. Owing to a variety of causes, the attendance was not so large as expected, but those who did patronise it were well rewarded. .The artists composing this talented com pany are-Misses DorotLy Young and Doris Unthank, %ledais J. A. Nairq, A.L.C.M., P. Neirn, P. Val Kerr, and Rev. A. R. Quirk. The pro gramme was set going merrily with a catbhy opening chorus by the full company, and. thereafter 21 items were given, consisting of solos, both vocal and instrumental, duets quar tettes and elocutionary items The accompaniments were skilfully and sympathetically played by Miss D Young and Rev. A. R. Quirk. The general opinion expressed is that seldom has a programme of such a high and enjoyable order been given here, each artist doing his or he...

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EDWARD OSBORNE LEADING Second Association Medal. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921

EDWARD OSBORNE LEADING ..Second Assoc ition Medal, . Edward Osborne i(Frankston 1, " ."837 Len: Speneer; Franketoni ' 130 Charles Bond, Largwar rin. :..39 Leslie Cole (Tynbb)- . " 88 Sydney' Clarke, Somerville 28 Cecll Male, Langwarrin. .. '..i27 Frank Matson, FranieSton;. . :17 "Snowy" Thornell (Somerville) 16 Wilfred:Bowe, Franlkston :.-:' 14 L. Morrow, Tynbb f " 7 Aubrey Bray, Frankston. 7 Jack Doowra,.Langwarrin "7 Robert Storey (Tyabb) : Frack Mills, Frankaton : :5 Arthur Ba ber, Frankaton. -4 Dave Longmair, Tyabh 4 Keith Tait, Franketo ' '4 Gordon A. Dugan, Franleton ' Leslie Hughes, Frankaton :2 Rob Morrison (Somervlle) .2 Arnold Noble, Tyabb 2 Bertie Noble. Tyabb 2 George Patterson, Franketon 2 Jack Romeo, Hastings 2 Clifford Van, Tyabb ,- 2 Reginald Borley, Tyabb '.- 1 George Golding, Tyabb . 1 Reg Ritchie;, Mornington ' .1 Laurie Thornell, Tyabb 1 George White, Somerville 1 Total Votes. to Date-1315

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Mr Cook's Candidature [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921

Mr eo.k's eandidature - Mr W. 8. Cook, the selected Nat ionalist-candidate addressed a large meeting of electors at the Frankston hall last Friday night. Mr H. Gamble occupied the chair. The candidate, who was well re ceived, said be hud many friends in Frankston of long years standinsg. He found that in Gippeland, ivhere. he was not so well known that the old prejudice against lawyers enter Ing Parliament.was very rabbid. In his particular case the objection was not a good one:' For the last 28 years he had been closely masoolated with th theman on the land, and as the legal advlser of shire counnlle. throughout the Peninsuln during that period, he had acquired a very special knowledge as to the require. roent? of the reople. Mr Connk aid he b.d special clirus itn ",rreen.rt the Nationalist Party, and referred to the time he stood down in favor of Mr James Gibb. He had always been friendly with Mr Downward, and had voteI for him until lest election. iHe could not follow wherelr Dow...

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MR SAMBELL AT SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921

MR SAMBELL AT SOMERVILLE. Mr Sambell addressed a largo aud representative meeting at Somerrille on Thursday niht. Cr C. Murray ocoupied the chair. The speaker re. eilved an excellent hearing, and at he close of the address a .vote of :hanks was moved by 'r G. Keast an crarried by acclamation.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921

. A REGULAR R. rBRISBANE SHIPPER. Who this season has shipped his first consignment to our firm, writes thus:-"Consider me one of your clients this year if you can give me anything like near the same satisfaction right through the season I'm advising my neighbour, who has a good crop of Jonathans, to give your firm a trial." This is only an extract from one of the many letters we receive from all over Australia. If you have something good that you would like to realise a special price for, then we are the firm to handle it for you. Get your note-paper right now and let us have an idea of your crop and varieties, and we will do our utmost to give you an idea of best time to ship each variety. You must realise I Brisbane Means Better Prices if you are a-regular shipper. We know you're not in the fruit growing industry for comedy, so why play with markets as though groping in the dark with bandaged eyes for payable I prices for your fruit? Let us assist you in the matter. By fooking af...

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Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921

There was a full attendance of councillors at the special nieeting of the council held last week (18th inst.), to deal with cr Wells notice of mntion- that the engineer ,?receive s'ix months notice to terminate his engage ment. Cr Wells stated his rea sons (as pre&'iouisly 'repotred in these columns), and the motion was seconded by cr Jones. Ci- Longmuir was speaking in support of the resolution when the president haiided in`: i letter from the engineer which inti mated that he desired to retire from his position, and mentioned that he could arrange existing works so that he could relinquish his duties in six months time. Cr Alden moved an amendment that the engineer receive one month's notice; and again gave particulars df some of the works which he said had beein neglected in his riding.: : - Cr Griffeth seconded. Cr Latham--We dealt with all these.complaints blefore, and de cided to retain the engineer. The president asked the sec retary to read a statementwhich gave the ...

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"The Rose of Joy" Cantata In Aid of Methodist Honor Board [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 26 August 1921

"The Rose of Joy" Cantata In Aid of Methodist Honor Board The Frankston Mechanics' Hall was crowded to the doors on Tues day night, the 16th inst., when Miss Gale presented the Children's Can tata, 'The Rose of Joy." It wans a charming entertainment, and roused the overflowing audience, to frequent demonstrations of enthusiarm: - The Rev C. Angwin," who presided, -ex plained that Miss Gale had been trainirg the children for the lest two mdnths. . The.',high' 'excel'ence;- 'of the performance clearly'- indicaited that unusual care and skill had been' exercised. by the"zeilous young-or ganiser, and at the conclusion of tie entertainment a pirety~coiplinieit' was paid to her: by' the anulience:de monding her- appearance.ibefore the curtain: :In;,reply.: to 'the .applaiise which .greeted ;her,Miss 'Gale said she felt amply. rewarded -f4;i any troub'e she had taken by the splendid support accorded,..by, the.. public. Her object in orgynising the enter tainment was to raise funds toprio. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921

J. Nott Marsh F.L.A. Sworn Valuator House, Land and 'Estate Agent RAY STREET, FRANKSTON. MIOUSE8 & LAND TO LET AND FOR SALE. Aaction Sales Arranged. Building Blocks from 10s a month AGoh'A' FOR The Victoria Insur ance Company Ltd. Fire, A-ccident, Live Stock & Workers' Corn pensation Insurances acct pted at mLowest .hates. Loc;alAgent for Blyth's "]'lue .Bell" " Arsenate of Lead, Copper \liStu e, and Lime 'Ph,,ue 29. ,The Latest 1921 .Buiok Model Car for Hire AT MoKINNON'S Royal Automo bile Club House. Day and Night Service. Phone 14. YOUR Chance OWNER of allotments in Franks ton and Seaford is bent on re alising and will refuse no serious offer. One block on Railway Parade is 82 x 140, another in Lewis Street is 33 x 165, another Glorious Corner Block in Seaford (the coming town ship of the unbroken foreskore) is 40 x 91. Apply at once to the .BAY Estate AGENCY Young St -Fraoketon- Phone 83 Mrs Gertrude Ilodd D. DODD (late Royal A'- dorce). (Opposite Franketon Rillw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921

SEstablished 1888 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Iron mongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash State Savings Bank of Victoria "THE FARMERS BANK" Credit Foijcier Loadgs on Farnt Properties Two Thirds of Valuation tp to £ 0000 at 6 per cent, Repayableover 27.! yoars £3 15s half yearly for each,£100 E7i Special Terms for Returned Soldiers 'I Depondants, Red Cross and Transpoot 'Vorkers Three-fourths of Valuation. up to £2000 at 51 per cent. SRepayable over 301 years,- £1 15squarterly for each £100 Application Forms at.any -State Savings' Bank or ?iy 'wvriting to Inspector-General. GEO B. EMERY, Inspector General .1e1 ttics ..... Stitle Sovli]a Otst,. Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, Victoria. :PICTURES: Frankston Pictures Company Limited Saturday Night Henry B. Walthall in "The Long Arm of Mannister. 'A wonderful actor in a tense •drama of the soul. The late. Gaby Deslys (the girl whose beauty lost ex King Manoel' ...

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Langwarrin Topics A Dip into the History of the Early Days [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921

:'aigwarrin Topics R Dip into. the History of the Early Days Several sales of property at satisfactory prices have. been ef fected lately, including that piece of land known as Church's Swamp. On this there are large deposits of peaty loam, containing a good, percentage of nitrogen. The purchaser, who is a nursery man from Tasmania, is contem plating using a portion of the land as a nursery, and will also con tinue the sale of the loam, which is known as petal. The water main which :supplies the Franks ton reservoir was taken through a. portion of this. swamp, and the excavations' necessary for .laying. the main was .the means of pro viding, drainage.......... ..... The municipal elections created: but little interest at this end of Tooradin Riding,' which, by the way, is of more extent .thadi Frankston and Hastings Shire. Cranbourne Shire contains 293 square miles of territory divided into three ridings,- which means nearly 100 square nmiles for each riding. Tooradin Riding has fiv...

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The Standard. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1921. Visit of the Premier. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921

Vitt Stanbarb. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1921. Visit of the Premier. The State Premier, Hoe. H. S. W. Lawson, visited Frankston last Saturday. Prior to speaking in the Mechanics' Hall at night, he was entertained at dinner by the Frank ston branch of the National Federa tion. The function took place at the Pier Tea House, when about 40 ladies and gentlemen sat down to table. Mr H. Gamble, president of the local branch of the Federation, pre sided. After Dr Maxwell had given .th toast of The King, Mr Gamble proposed the State Government. He refered to the fact that on no previonus occasion had Frankston been honored with a visit by a Premier of the State. The shire president" (Cr W. P. Mason), and Mr Geo. Shepherd (Somerville), spoke in support. The 'Premier, who replied at length, met with a most enthusiastic reception. "The Press" was the other toast given, proposed by. Mr Geeo. Keast. and acknowledged by the special representatives of the "Age" and "Argue," and Mr Young, of the "Standa...

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School Teachers' Union [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921

School Teachers' Union. The usual 'monthly, meeting of the Somerville Branch was dis pensed With" on 'Wednesday, 17th August, when ''Messrs. J. Braith waite aid 'Hicks delivered most interesting addresses'at Frankston on matters of vital imnportance -to teachers. ' Owing to the evening' being wet the attendance was not up to the usual, but those wi-hod.made long journeys over bad: roads-felt 'that they werevery well reiaided? for their efforts.: : : The Presideirt:(Mr. S.. Uren), in introducing Mr. BiaithinWaite,.said that all teachersi owed a debt of gratitude to ou'r Union Presideint for the 'uiselfish "maniner., he has always shown towards the 'teach ing fraternity. He had raised the level of teachers generally to a higher pedestal. -Teachers also dwed their best thanks-to him for the able, tactful manner he. dis played in regard to the 1920 Salaries Bill. Mr. Braithwaite, who was re ceived with applause, referred to the need of a greater co-operation among teachers generally, if...

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