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EGG AND EGG PULP MARKETING BOARD. Continuance Favored by Geelong Producers. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
EGG AND EGG 'PULP MARKETING. -BOARD. Continuance Favored by Geelong. Producers.. Following is an extract, fron.,tihe Geelong Advertiser of Thursday, Aug ust 24, 1939: Egg producers who attended the meeting in the Central Hall to hear addresses by Messrs H. H. Lloyd (chairman) and A. A. Cole, members of the Egg and Egg Pulp Marketing Board. The poll to determine whe ther the 'board shall continue to func tion will close on September 25. The mover of the resolution said that every small . producer should be 100 .per cent. behind the. board, while the, seconder claimed that the opera tions of the board were responsible for producers getting 3d per. dozen more for their eggs at the present time than they would be receiving if it was not in existence.. In thanking the meeting for its ex pression in favor of the board, Mr Lloyd said its representatives were very pleased at the attitude of the meeting, but those present could do a great deal more by seeing that other, producers voted for i...
2nd Semi-Final on Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
2nd Semi-Final on.` Saturday -o GREAT interest is being taken in the second semi-final match to be played at Mornington on Saturday between the Frankston and Sorrento teams who finished first and second on the Peninsula Football League pre miership list. A great game is anticipated and it should be a memorable struggle. When the two teams last met the game was evenly contested with Frankston a little superior. However, Sorrento have gone on improving and are confident of defeating the red and blacks. Frankston are at a disad vantage as they have been a month out of the game but reports from the training ground state they will have a very fit combination and give Penin sula enthusiasts a taste of their excel-' tional team work.. Sorrento have also been training exceptionally well, so everything is set for a great struggle. An amplifier will be at'the ground to give a commentary of the thrilling match. " , Admission 1/1 for adults, children under 14 free. SEE' Central Timber Yard -for...
FRESHNESS OF YOUTH [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
FRESHNESS OF YOUTH . is symbolised in this dance frock of white Ipique, worn by Ann Rutherý ford. Huge strawberries' with' their crisp leaves are appliqued around th, hemline and border? the heart-shaped bqdice. . Tfis Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer actress matches her. seashell bracelet with a cluster oc shells in her hair.
FOR DOG LOVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
FOR DOG ILOVERS. Dog lovers will learn with regret that the prize-winning, miniature Pomeranian ("Tot") owned,,by Misd. A. Ve.rney, Gould street, Frankston,. died this week. The dog, which was 19 months old, weighed only 38 oun-!vs and attracted attention when eve-- 6hibited in metropolitan and country shows. It was' often the subject of camera studies by press' men. Tot won the silver tea pbE pre sented by Major Grice at the Frank ston Show in January for winningý first prize and challenge awards. ANNUAL . meeting British-Israel (Frankston Branch), Willard Hall, September 1, at 8 p.m. Also lecture by Mr J. Cunnlngham. All interest. ed invited. '
MARKET REPORTS BENTLEIGH POULTRY AUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
MARKET REPORTS BENTLEIGH POULTRY AUCTION Wednesday, Augustl 23.-A 'very good . yarding, notwithstanding, the cold and rain., Weather conditions, however, make no difference to' the yard, which is completely roofed over.: For the first time in many months' hens were easier in' price,.colored hens falling 1/6 pair. and white hens 1/. Nevertheless, hens still remain reasonably high, prices that have beenr obtained recently being almost Christ mas prices. Quotations: Muscovy drakelings, not prime, to'11/10; Mus covy ducklings, not -prime, to 6/4; prime roosters, 11/ to 12/; prime chickens, to 10/; heavy colored, hens, 8/4 to 9/4; heavy white hens, to 6/4; white cockerels, autumn hatched, 5/7 to.8/, according to size; staggy white cockerels, 4/10 to 5/4; colored to 7/;; stags, white, 3/6 to 4/; colored to 6/4; poussons, .1% 1/2 and 1/6 pair. Next regular poultry sale, Wednesday, Aug-1. ust 30/at 2 p.m. Ring XU1118, X1182i or private LX8784 any time for car rier. Crates free. Cash after s...
EGG BOARD AGENT. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
EGG S BOARD AEINT. L Mr; J. .C. O'Brien of the . public , market. ells street; pFrankston. has been appointed local, agent for Egg Board's Agent, T. Neylen. of Flin ders street, Melbourne,t and. eggs may be left at these premises (for forwarding to Melbouree., freight free. Poultry farmers are wadvisedt to put their peggs through o this re liable, agency, for the. best advan tage. .. t . r
ARTIST'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
ARTIST'S DEATH. Whilst unloading; goods :at Beau marls on Monday evening the atten tion of Mr R. Tovey, carrier, of Men tone, was drawn .by two children to what appeared to be. a person. at the, foot of the cliffs.- Mr KToveiyantd hisj assistant went to the foot of, the clif,. and pulled a body -in on to the strip of sand. -' The body was later Identified as that-of Reynolds, the opopular car toonist.
Pleasant Ceremony At Minton Boys' Home Additions Opened [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
Pleasant Ceremony ----o~o--------- At Minton Boys' Horme :i Additions Opened '. The Minton Boys' Home, Oliver's Hill, Frankston, was the scene of a pleasant ceremony on $Saturday afternoon on the occasion of .thei unveiling of a commemorative _tablet, erected' In;honor of the splendldý work of Mr. .James Menzies, the president of the Home Committee'af handing over of a fine shelter pavilion by the ladles' auxiliary,, and the formal opening of recently-erected extensions to- the home. Because of inclement, weather, much of the ceremony was condudted Indoors. * Dr. J. F. MacKeddie, who introduced Sir Charles Connibere, K.B.E., to the gathering, said the committee had much to be thankful for in that the home was served in ;such a, splendid fashion by; the, superintendeit and matron (MAr. and Mrs. W. C. Gilbert) whob truly filled the roles of foster parents to? the 105 boys who were in the home. He also praised the unselfish work of the honorary doctors, . who were ready to attend when ...
THE STARS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
THE STARS (By.Firm.ament) August 26: Afternoon is splendid for original business efforts. * * * • August 27: Morning could, be ob structive and somewhat different. Late evening is fortunate. Late. on the 27th or early tomorrow, some stocks and shares increase in value and women's interests'benefit. August 28: It will be cold, with pos sible rain. Avoid visiting or taking short return trips to see rewatives after 4 p.m. August 29: Possible rain. A steady evening. August 30: Full moon 8.9 a.m. COld, with clear skies. If your birthday you have a-changeful year ahead, but you can make steady, progress. August 31: Tends to fine weather.. Be careful whom you trust around 6 p.m. Late evening energetic. September 1: A mixed day. Lucid est hour,.11 p.m.
ORGAN RECITALS MR EDGAR CHAPPLE AT ST. PAUL'S CONSOLE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
ORGAN RECITALS MR EDGAR CHAPPLE AT ST. PAUL'S CONSOLE Mr Edgar" Chapple, ,organist and choirmaster. at St. Thoma:s', Moonee Ponds, was the guest orgarist' at St. Paul's,- Frankston; ,on ; Wednesday evening. He showed great versatility in de. monstrating the tonal qualities of the organ,. and made full use .of the re sources at his command. :In: spite of, the inclemency .of' the- weather, there was a' very fair and appreciative audi-; ence. Those, who did, not hear Mr Chapple missed,. an .excellent? pro gramme of organ' work. ,: The' "little"- Emin Prelude and Fugue was very well rendered, and the performer expressed, in .. delight ful tones the pathos in the mind of Bach, who composed the selectio?i shortly after the death of his. first wife. . The sonata of Josef Rheinberger in F sharp. minor opened with a slow movement of delightful passages. The adagio and finale were excellently rendered. Mr Chapple made very valuable use of' the organ in the finale.' His well chosen Choral Prel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
PiROFESSIONAL Phone 2d Frankston. Box 25 Frankston W. J. McLEAN ' SWORN VALUER. REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS AGENT. !r' 5881:. BAY. STREET, FRANKSTON House,. L and: Insurance Agent. Furnished and Unfurnished Rents c;ollected ,uctions Arranged Houses :'o Let ,: : ROSTRON, ROY & PITT BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS Commlssioner for Taking Affidavits. " ATTENDANCES': -DROMANA: First Saturday .in month 12 to 3 p.m.. SOM1ERVILLE and HASTINGS: Sec o. nd Saturday in- month, 11 to 1 p.m. r'itANKSTON OFFICE: Every Satur day 3.15 to 8.30 p.m. Trust Money to Lend. Mlelbourne Ollice: 440 Little Collins Street. telephones: Central No. 9374. Pri vate Residence: Windsor No. 1938. E. W. OLLEY SOLICITOR, ETC. 440 LT. COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE MU3700. Formerly employed by William S. Cook and McCallum). Attends Frankston Wednesday af tlurnoons, 2.30 to 5, and may be con suilted at the office of Mr W. J. Mc Lean, Estate Agent, Bay Street. Private Address: Park Road,. Chel tenham. ROBERT C. TAYLOR, LL.B. SOL...
Sustenance Question Council Irritated by Official Delay [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
Sustenance Question oOo Council Irritated by Official Delay Dissatisfaction with the Government delay" in receiving a deputa tion from the council to put a proposal diiscussed some months ago, suggesting that the Government providedffll-time work for unemployed, was expressed at the meeting of th \o public wokks committee of the Frankston and Hastings Shire on Fridaynight. in spite of the fact that the council had been' hammering away for several months to get a hearing, said Cr Miles, politicians were evidently too busy to attend to what amounted to a national emergency. It was. an as tounding fact that the pollticianswere treating the unemployment of Austra lia's manhood as something to catch votes with, said Cr Miles. Crs Miles and Armstrong moved that a letter be sent to the Premier, expressing dissatisfaction. After several amendments, the let ter read: "For many months this council has .been endeavoringto get you to'r.ecelye the c' ouncil'on-a matter which we con sider to be o...
R.S.S.I.L.A., WOMEN'S AUXILIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
R.S.S.I.L.A., WOMEN'S AUXILIARY. At a general meeting of the above it was decided to again entertain sick diggers from Caulfield Hospital on Wednesday, August 30. Members have been asked to leave cakes and flowers at the club rooms before 3 o'clock. Plans are well in hand for the an nual bazar to be held .on October 13, which gives promise of being a very successful function.
MILITIA NEWS FRANKSTON DETACHMENT [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
MILITIA NEWS FRANKSTON DETACHMENT In preparation for the next mon thly" slio'titig ' conipetition: to-'be : held rit Williamstown range on Saturday, September 2. the rifle team has been practising assiduously under Lieut. D. Miller. The Mornington detachment visit ed Frankston on Thursday to hold miniature rifle range practice, and afterwards was the guest of Frank ston Detachment to hot pies and coffee The Frankston Detachment will participate in the Back to Morning ton celebrations on October 8 with a military sports meeting. DON'T forget United Friendly So cieties' Hospital Ball, Wednesday, September 27, at Wattle Palais.
SOCIAL EVENING [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
SOCIAL EVENING The Junior Hall.pressented a spec tacular scene on Friday night last, when 50 children in fancy costumes took the floor, indulging in new and old dances, games, and excellent mu sical numbers. The' occasion was a social evening given by Miss Vesper to her pupils. Judges from Mel bourne pleased all with their deci sions. Prizes for fancy costumes were awarded to:-Margaret Kettle well. (Little Bo-Peep) 1st prize; best pair (2 awards), Judith and Maureen Byrne (bridesmaids), and ..Geoffrey and Lois Wells (Cossack dancers); best dressed boy, Ray Perry (drum mer); humorous, Rene Cooper and partnerl (nurse and baby); special prizes: Sheila Sawyer (firefly), Jean Ives (carnival),/ Margot Sawyer (little old lady); Junior pupils' spec ial prizes: Pat Bear, ýJosie Tliomp son (snowflakes), Peggy Morrow (Jazz), Baby Beverley 'Perry (bride doll). Excellent music was provid ed by Mrs Cooks' orhestra, ,and pupils appreciated the appetising supper provided and served by par ents.
BOX PLAN OPENS FOR NAVY KNUTS Comedy and Musical Entertainment [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
BOX PLAN OPENS FOR NAVY KNUTS Comedy.and Musical Entertainment.. The box plan. for, Navy Knuts, the big musical comedy entertainment to raise _ funds for the Frankston Foot Pall Club, is now open at Waterland's (late Dennett's) Cafe, Bay street, Frankston. Indications are that the Mechan ics' Hall will be packed out on both Thursday (August 31) and Friday nights. 'Seats shuld .be booked early to avoid disappoint ment. From start to finish Navy Knuts will be full of clever dancing, 'melody and fun: After seven weeks of rehearsals the mannev in which the thirty local art ists are handling the fine programme of 27 Items is really praiseworthy. Great credit is due to the producer, Mr Will Handley, and Miss Norma McDonald for the wonderful results they have already achieved. After seeing the rehearsal on Tuesday even ing we were convinced that the inal performance will far outstrip most amateur productions of this type. Much thought has 'obviously been put into the arrangement and frock ...
OLD TIME DANCING [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
OLD TIME DANCING The old-time dance conducted by the Frankston branch R.S.S.I.L.A. continues in popularity and a large number of dancers spent an enjoy able evening on Saturday. Despite inclement weather, visitors from out-, lying districts, including Dandenong, were in attendance. The Monte Carlo dance was won by Mr D. Dalrymple and Mrs Tayolr Cooper.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
COMMENTS -EDITORIAL PAGE FIEA UR. THE STANDARD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1939 "The Standard" l TANDARD NEWSPAPERS PTY. LTD., Owners and 'Publishers. O ce -f?PUbi caiiod : liy StFbet, F,;;iktibri; Peioria. SUBSCRIPTION RATE-2/? 4 ? QUAi E'R, Polt .Free :witin th6 Cbtnmonwealth. Publi hers of Moore ?bi, Neows. Sandririiiau NeWb Ortuodit Niws. fliamptoni News Miirdikilo6 City News. Morniifftoit Sttlfidiihd ri.uril?bi , .tatitlard. tCity of Ciielseli News tihick lobli Newt. No Dictatorship - 0Oo. The present darliamentary system of British countries was only gained after a very long struggle. Reform movements in England took many years, bills brought in to achieve a democratic representa tlon being tossed out on several occasions. Our Australian govern mental system is modelled on that of the Motheland, and what has been gained by years of struggle is now being severely criticised by some people whose only alternative seems to be a dictatorship! Too many people are saying: "What we want in Au...
JUNIOR HALL. Change to Mechanics. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
JUNIOR HALL. .Change to Mechanics. The last dance held at the Junior Hall on Saturday night was one. of the best of the series ever held in that hall. Commencing tomorrow night (Aug ust 26) these popular dances will be transferred to the Junior Hall. To ensure a perfect floor, the com mittee has had special planing and polishing carried out. The dance will continue on the same lines and under the same management, with Jack Bil lingsley's popular orchestra supplying the rhythm. The winners of the com petitions were:-Parma waltz, Mr Hodgins and Miss J. Stafford, Mr . Al len and Miss Waters, Mr E. Clark and Mrs Hodgins, Mr F. Allen and Miss J. Barnett; Monte Carlo, Miss D. Monk and Mr G. Cook; lucky partner, Miss Waters and Mr Cook; lucky spot, Miss Monk and partner. The opening night at the Mechanics will 'be a special gala dance.