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Municipal Elections [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921
uniclpai Electioq FrankBton ratepayers. were up parently satisfied last week to soe the three retiring counoillors for the riding returned unopposed. Erove he now riding of Mt. Eliza did not. provide a contest, and had It not beeu for the cars running iu the nterests of Mr H. J. MoCulloch, whi; mado a spirited effort to win the seat n thb Seaford Riding. firom Cr. Howell, Frankstou n people would ,robably have forgotten that" shire eloctions wore in general progredi throughout the State. What Frank ton lost in thebexcitoment and on tertainnient5usl' it,, 'itte'ndlng the actlvitieao; ttheollo stlh Thureday ilh. August, was sotviewl?it" coinponsatad or at night, \Vh' ltha tLhiro'secro-• tary. Mr John E. Jooosd" In' his apaoity as returning oflluer for tI.h Frankston and Mt Eliza i'ldingas; formally declared that the unopposod cuudidateas. ero rtdrly''electdrtas iouiuolioros TThsy were ar follows Frankl ton Riding-Cr W . P. M.isoi .V.J. Oates, and F. H..Wolls., Mt?,iEliza Riding -Mosar...
Carrum Tit Bits Various Matters Discussed in Terse Style [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921
a?Crrum Tit Bits 'i Various Matters Discussed in Terse $tyle The Progress Association met on Saturday night. Cr Boyd was voted to the chair, in the absence of the Preeldent and Vice-president. There was a good attendance of members. Mr J. Robertson, (hon. sec.) was in structed to write several letters, one being to the council complaining of wandering stock and other important items. Nomination and election of new members, with several discus sions, conclnled an interesting meeting. The council have planted a large number of gum trees along Point Nepean Road. The success of the work is doubtful, as already a num ber of the young trees have been up rooted. They should have guards around them, as at present they are at the mercy of anybody.. If a thing is worth doing it is worth doing well. Still going strong I Our footba 1 club. Hastings will have to be very strong to beat us. We are not going to say what we willdo if we win the major premiership. WVe will wait till the chickens are ...
Centre Riding Contest. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921
Centre Riding Contest. (By Our Somerville Correspondent.) The municipal election, held on Thursday, 25th ult., to fill the vac anoy in the Centro Riding created through the retirement of Cr Grifelh, was productive of unusual interest. There was scarcely a slack period in the time allotted for voting. - A 're co-d poll was established for this riding, nearly evely voter on the roll recording his or her note, either personally or by post, which meant keeping the ofllcials fairly well em ployed. Two of the candidates, Messrs McLean and Gerrand, did an active canvass, and had motor care and other vehicles to bring their supporters to the booth. Mr Unthank refrained from this method of recur ing votes, contending that, as a matter of principle, it is far from faultless, and that each elector should regard it both as a duty and a privelege to. record their votes without any "coaxing" from bud ding candidates, who are offering their services without fee or monetary reward. The supporters o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921
FRANKSTON" DAIRY Fraakston' Pure Milk Supply W. J. OATES Pure Milk, direct from the O.wner's well known Dairy Parm Customers may confidently rely on the purity and High-class Quality of the inilk supply. Caws milked under strict personal sipervision. Milk treated by latest scientific appliances, render lag contamination impossible. Agent for Clutterbuck's Blackstone Oil Engines, Cliff & Bunting's Chaflcutt'rs and Grain Crushers, Ac Simplex 1 ilking Machines. Phone--37 BAY-st., Frankston THE BAY VIEW HOTEL FRANKSTON. • E. J. PARKER, Licensee. BEST' OF WINES, SPIRITS AND ALES. Alcocis Standard Billiard Trble. Over the 20 Mile Radius Motor Cars for Hire Day or. Night. STATE SAYINGS BANK OF `ICTORIA t The armers' "Bank ! CreditFoncier Loans on Special Terms to Re Farm Properties. " turned Soldiers, Dependents, Red Cross & Two-Thirds of Valuation Transport Workers " 2000 at 6 per cent Three-Fourths of Valuation up.to. £2000 at 51 per cent. Repayable over" 27y years epayab...
Mornington Electorate Mr Downward Elected [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921
Mdrnington Electorate Mr:- Downward Elected Polling - Booth 5 -.O Dromana --105 ::89 - g9 Flinders 51,. 95 13 Sorrento i' 143: e90- 21 Rye 'i 11 52 9 Bonceo 33 3-13 3 Bittern- 9 • "50 7 Red'Hill 71 ?-20. 3 Crib. Poinit . ;6 38'; 19 Poowovng- '42 120. ' 39 umliunna East 18 38:' 38 Loch 48 `'"96 10 Nyora 21 32 8 Outtrimn 18.. 40 9 Strczlecki . 4 .- .24 8 Ben: . 10 , 91 8 Korumbura '207" 207 162 Mornington ":w,-299 367 -32 Franlston ?285 :,80 215 Kongwak ? 4 .46 13 Kardella 21 25o". 15 -Iastingsf 'p?' 69 :': 84- 32 Sonerville .133 79' 63 Cowes 15 19 163 Tyabb; ... , 63 ?32 -10 Sai Remo . 13 5 14 Seaford . 15 14 14 Balnarring' .:,~31" 84' ;-- 0 Frenich Island *O3 } 60 , , s , 34 Bass; r i '13 I(i 1 wera" °''28' 11°';2 Lang Lang 80 .106 -20 Tooradin , .33- 56 12 Koo-Wee Rup 35.~. 106 20 Pearcedale 15 1??1(6 10 Archieid's Creel;k L30 :'_62 ý:11 Langxvarrin Nthli37'? . .:23" 19 Dalyston 16 Dudley' ',2 18 Yallock .;:4 63 cy>.} 1 Wonthabgi i 9 01;'354 Cardinia 14 12 2-" 2 Kilcunda 9 37 2 ...
EDWARD OSBORNE LEADING .... Second Association Medal .... [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921
EDWARD OSBORNE LEADING ... Second Association Medal... Edward Osborne (Frankston 164 Len Spencer, Franksaton 148 Leslie Cole (Tyabb) . 40 Charles Bond, Langwarrin 39 Cecil Male, Langwarrin 33' Sydney Clarke, Somerville • . 31 Frank Matson, Frankston 17 "Snowy" Thornell (Somerville) 16 Wilfred Bowo, Frankston . 14 L. Morrow, Tynbb 7 Aubrey Brity, Frankston 7 Jack Doowra, Langwarrin 7 Keith Tait, Frankston 7 Robert Storey (Tyabb' 6 Frank Mills, Frankstbon Arthur Baber, Franketon 4 Dave Longmuir, Tyabb'" 4 Cl ilford Van,' Tybb 4 Gordon-A. Digan; Frankaton 3 Leslie Hughes, Fraukston"' 2 Rob Morrison (SomeLrvlle)- i" - 2 Arnold Noble. Tyanbb 2 Bertle Noble, Tyabb - 2 George Patterson;, Frankston 2 Jack Romeo, Hastings : 2 Reginald Borley; Tyabb 1:. ' George Golding, Tyabb :"'. 1 Reg Ritchie, Mornington 1' Laurie Tbhornell, Tyabb . 1::i 1 George White, Somerville 1 Total Votes to.Date- 150
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921
YE OLDE ENGLISHE Crumpets MADE BY A. T. WALTERS BAY STREET BAKERY Somelling h oiloe! HUBBY-'-I did enjoy my Lunch to-day, my 'dear. It was so'nice and tasty." WIFIE-"Of course. That was Lloyd's "Cran leigh" Luncheon Sausage I The price has *been reduced (again) 3d per lb." "The BACON we had for breakfast this morning," she said, "whidh you said was so mild and sweet, was also Lloyd's Sugar Cured. They supply all the leadingstorel." YOU may as well have THE BEST; too 1 J. LLOYD & SONS PTY LTD ]-- 3 / Bacon Curers, "Cranleigsh," Frankston. - Come and Inspect the New PRODUCE HAIDWAIE STORE at BALNARRING THE Best Stock Foods always on hand at the lowest rates. Meggitt's Famous Foods, and Law Somner's Tip Top Seeds. Motor Oils, Farm Oils and. Benzine. A large display of Gardening Tools, Kitchen Utensils, Sporting Ammunition, and General Farming Requisites to be had at most reason:able prices. Also Chaff, Bran, Pollard, Wheat, Oats, Barley, Maize, Poultry Foods. etc. tLate 39th :B...
THE FINAL FIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921
THE FINAL FIGHT The final will be played at So merville to-morrow, when Car rum and Hastings will meet. As may be expected, Carrum are very confident. They will rely on the same team that defeated the Morningtonians. Hastinrgs will be represented by Knox, Floyd, Marabella, Alien (2), Woolley, Garth, Jack, Tipping (2), Hur ley, Francis, -Peddle, Ballinger, Carmichael, Armstrong, Lang holtz and Campbell. The Wes ternport lads have taken the mat-, ter seriously and expect to win. This is how they view it. Donnie Knox, their capable leader, says "I think we can win ; we will make abold bid for victory." Bill Armstrong has no doubt about it. "Of course, we will win," says the man with the famous name. "Pompy" Francis, having long experience, is more modest, and "thinks we have a good chance." "I believe we will win" is the way "Nipper" Floyd puts it. He ought to have said, ."It won't be my fault if we don't." Veteran Bill Allen "likes our chance," and Frank Allen reckons "our chances are...
The Keast Trophy Carrum and Hastings Qualify for the Final Fight Carrum Defeats Mornington in the Second Semi-Final by 9 Points [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921
The Keast Trophy Carrum and Hastings Qualify for the Final Fight Carrum Defeats Mornington in the Second Semi-Final by 9 Points J r -The second semi-final eventu ated at Frankston on Saturday last under very adverse condi tions. The heavy rains of the day before had made the ground on the heavy and sloppy side, and kept many spectators away. The gate takings were £35, which makes £78 for the two semi-finals played at Frankston. The game was in charge of Umpire Dainty -who eventually gave both sides 52 frees each--and when the teams were uniformed their com position showed : CARRUM MORNINGTOH 1 W. Carlson Geo. Wilson 2 F. Comer J. Hutchins 3 T. Feavor Reg Birch 4 L. Cullen E. Patterson 5. Fred Davis 'J. Connell 6 E. Laging S. Hutchins 7 M. Carroll P. Olsen 8"A. Smith . R. Patterson 9 S. Oliver " Jack Wilson 10 R. Wells F. Sanderson 11 H. Stryde R. Johnson 12 Ern Davis D. Reid 13 N. Heffernan J. Bidgood 14 T. West E. Buckley 15 R. Lucas J. McLeod 16 J. Rigaldi Jim Wilson 17 D. Feavor ...
GOLD MEDALS VOTING REG COXALL LEADING .... First Association.... [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921
GOLD MEDALS VOTING REG COXALL LEADING .... First Association .... Reg Coxall (Frankston) . . . 178 Theo Delaney (Somerville): 1?5 Claude Barber (Somerville). 132 "Pompy" Davis (Carrum):. .109 John Daly, Frankston . .. 74 "Snowy" Lewis (Frankston) 41 Donnie Knox (Hastings) 40 E.1R. Fairnie, Frankston 30 Ray Baxter (Frankston) 29 Eric Gale (Frankston) - 18. Bill Poster (Somerville ' , 10 Harry Golds (Mornington) 10 Norman Unthunk (Somorville) 8 Ron W.Stone (Somerville) 7 Will Hutchinson (Somerville). 5 Will Johns, Frankston .:- -.! 5 Cyril Twining (Frankston) 5 .Bill'McComb (Frankston) 4 -. 4 "Joker'' Cameron (Frankston) '. .3 J. "Reddan (Nsivil Depot) - 3 Keon Webb (Somerville) . . 3 Bill Carlson (Carrum) 2 . Norman Dess (Franketon)- 2 Frank Kyno, Fraskstor 2 A. MlcAr"tur, Somerville .. 2 E. McConville, Somerville 2 ' 2 Bert ,'cCulloch (Frankston) 2 Colorado Peters, Carrum 2 Finlay Smith, Franketon 2 IHarry Stryde, Carrum.. " 2 "Sandy'" Bray (Franklston) 1 Ilughio Carmlhbnol, Hasting...
Second Association Tyabb Wins Premiership [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921
Secoqd Association Tyabb Wins Premiership About 500 people witnessed the fight for the premiership between Tyabb and Moorooduc at Somer ville last Saturday. The teams Tyabb-Slocombe (2), Storey, Longmuir, Morrow, Van, Gold ing, Cole (2). Russell, Borley (2) Hodgins, Noble, Thornell, King, Holley and Denham. Moorooduc- Wilson, Connell, Sheridan, Sherlock (3), Wagner, Lucas, Higgens (2), Hutt, Grier son (3), .Wilks, Sheaf (2) and Thompson. The game was evenly fought, but at the interval Tyabb were leading.by six points-3.4 to 2.4. The. remaining quarters were grimly contested, but Cliff Van got three goals from three shots and, as a result, Slocombe's con tingent won by. two".points-6.5 to 5.9. On the winning side the best were Geo Slocombe, Van, Holley, Denham, Longmuir, Storey, Reg Borley, Hodgins and Golding, whilst on the losing side, Hutt, Connell, Reg Grierson, Wagner, Bert Sherlock, Tom Higgins, the Sheafs, Wilson and Lucas were most prominent. Coxhell um pired splendidly.
The Movies [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921
There will be:pictures as usual tomorrow night. A. fine prog ramme will be: released. "Bride 13" is still drawing big attendances every Wednesday night. Two episodes have now been screened ; the plot is becom ing more interesting and more mysteiious. The third episode is "The Craft of Despair," which will be screened next Wednesday inght. The supporting features last Wednesday night were Tom Mix in "Three Gold Coins" and Al bert. Roscoe in "Evangeline'' two very entertaining pictures. Next Wednesday night, Buck Jones in "Sunset Sprague" and Shirley Mason in "Merely Mary Ani" will be featured.
The Scotties [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921
The Scotties "The Scot," in its last issue, writes :-"Anithei' seaside Scot tish society. Frankston this time. An'twhit a camsteerie there has been doon their since the Easter Monday concert, when the Frank ston Caledonians startit bizness. Ye see, when the commytee o' the Mechanics' Institute saw whit. happen'd, they immediately ca'd for tenders for the enlairgment o' the hall, an' the Scotties had tae wait till there wis a place big en euch tae hau'd them for .the June concert. Imphm ! Niel McInnes an' Dollie Stewart were keepit singin' till the last train for th' city had gone,, an' had tae pit in the nicht as the guest of Airchie McKinnon. President Dr McKed die wis a' there, an' his pawkie stories had a gran'-effec'. I hear that the local chemist is likely tae protest against these social gath erin's, as the demand for mede cines is fa'in' off ; at the same time, the grocers are said tae be layin' in big stocks o' Dundee marmalade, bakers makin' a spe ciality o' Scotch pies, sh...
Hastings [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921
Hastings On Thursday,. 25th ult., Hastings Hall was the rendezvous. for all who wished to have good night's enjoy ment, and they were not disappointed in the programmo arranged 'by the Returned Soldiers.. Good music, talented artists, a well prepared floor and a tasty supper, contrived to drive away, outeide worry and care, and over it all the good old man-in the-moon smiled down even until the last couple whispered a lingering last "goodnigbht," in the early hours of the morning. Little Miss Jean Campbell, a favorite with all who know her, de lighted the crowded hbll in "That's what God made Mothers' for," and other items. 3Iiss Begyl Hughes, appropriately attired in, greon, run dered several lively Irish songs, and also accompanied on the piano her two sisters, contrasts in pink, who sang together several catchy duets in a style as neow to Hastings as the charming singers themselves. The Misses Hughes,' at the invitation of Mr J. Campbell, came specially from town to assist. Sever...
Somerville [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921
We regret to have to. report the death of Mr Edward Sage, who, as previously reported, was seriously ill. He was removed to the Alfred Hospital for treatment, but despite all that could be done for him there he passed away on the 24th ult., and was buried In the Frankston ceme tery on the following day, the Rev A. P. McFarlane officiating at the graveside. It is said that the de ceased wvas one of the first white people born on the Peninsula. and has lived in this district ever .since A sad fatality took place in the district on the night of the 24th ult., when a housekeeper, named Kate Pyle, aged 62 years, employed by Mrs Wm Frayne, was accidentally suffocated by smoke, supposed to be the result of the upsetting of a can die. which ignited the clothes of a bed in which deceased was sleeping. She retired to rest in her usual state of hea'th, and failing to appear the following morning to carry out her her domestic duties as usual, an in vestigation was made by Mrs FPryne, who was ho...
The Guy Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921
: Th- e Guy :Fund 'Of the' amount acknowledged below, the sum of £23 7s 6d, col lected by Mr.W. Priest, has been handed over to Mrs Guy. The Shire President is convening a meeting of the collectors to for mally give authority as to the disposition of the balance. It is understood that Mr and Mrs Guy haofe expressed a wish that part of the fund should be utilised in the erection of a monument in the Frankston cemetery. Amount acknowledged £3 11 6 per Mrs Twining 2 0 Mr Charlesworth 5 0 Mrs H. B. Legge 5 9 Mr F. Kilner 6 0 Total :£4 ? "9 6 Collected at Railway Sta-: :-:: ' tion (per'Mr Tasker) 11 8 3 Collected by- Mr W, Priest 23 .7' 6 Mr Tasker : 9 13 6 Mr J. Lambie 14 51 0 Cr W. P. Mason 4 3 0 Cr Frank H. Wells 2 2 0 Cr W. J. Oates 1 10 0 Grand Total , £70 18 9
Building Regulations The Council Anxious to Improve Administration [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921
Building __Regulations I The Council Anxious to Improve Administration At a special meeting of the Shire Council held on the 18th inst., Cr. Wells moved; in accord ance with notice given at a .pie vious medting, that the coiincillois of each riding act '.iith the en ginccr.in administering the build ing by-laws. H-Ie staid at presfent the whole of :the' responsibility was thrown onrthe exngineer. I-Ie considered councillois had a duty to perform in this connection, arid he for one was iint going to'shirk it. He referred to the' fact that Mr. Farmer had benti compelled'to put up a cantilevei verandah, while Cr. Oates; who had erected a shop at the sanie time as Far mer, had made provision for a post verandah. Cr. Wells said he would like to klnow .if an ?r'ea had. been defined wvithin: \i;hich canti lever verandahsliusti,lc.erectcd:l. Cr. Oates: I hld my applicationf in long before Farmer. Mr. 'Candy (who reprcsdcited the cngineer)f said he personally suggested to Mr. Samliell that n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921
. A REGULAR iI" BRISBANE 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 gi'e 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 rcalise 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 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 prices for your fruit? Let us assist you in the matter. By. looking afte...
Football Delegates Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921
Football Delegates Meeting A delegates' meeting of the Peninsula Football Association was held at the Prince of Wales Hotel, Frankston, on Saturday last, when President McArthur presided. Crs Stephens, Rigby and Griffeth and Messrs Camer- on, McCulloch, Carrigg, Floyd. Wilkinson, Firth, Morphett and Knuckey were also present. Messrs Knuckey and Griffith moved that the match between Carrum and Hastings be played at Somerville. Messrs McCulloch and Stephens moved an amendment that the match be played at Frankston. The amendment was lost by 7 to 5, Messrs McCulloch, Carrigg, Cameron, Rigby and Stephens voting for it, and Messrs Firth, Floyd, Morphett, McArthur, Wil kinson, Knuckey and Griffeth against the amendment. Mr Cameron-I have heard it remarked that Frankston wanted the finals played at J'rankston because it would be "a good thing for the pubs." (Laughter) Well, that is the essence of stupidity, for between them the publicans had contributed the huge sum of about £1 10s to the c...
The Umpire's Whistle Newsy Notes about the Game and Its Players [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 September 1921
The Umpire's Whistle &nbsp; Newsy Notes about the Game and Its Players To "Fair Play"-Why not sign your name when making com- plaints ? Your minid may rest easy-the medalsplebiscite is be ing conducted quite fairly. To J. Knuckey. (Somerville) The gate takings at the disputed semi-final between Hastings and Balnarring at Somerville, 1919, were £9 7s 3d. To "'Green & Gold'' (Tyabb) Sorry, no space available. The game has had a'fair innings, and we have very 'limited space at our disposal. .Thanks for your interest,- all the same. . "Nilper.' Floyd, . the veteran Hastings player, in discussing the recent reminiscences printed in "The Standard," stated last Saturday that a reference ought to bb made to the manner in which. Frankston. won the'1911 premiership.: He points out that with twdrminutesto go, Hastings were leading by 4 points, when, at this critical stage, '"Pompy". Francis-everybody forgives you Pompy !-giabbed Ormie Pettit by the neck, arid, from 40 yards out...