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Your Safety Valve (A column for you Let's have your views in brief on any topics excepting religion. Every letter must beat the writer's name and [?] "Safety Valve.") FUNDS RAISED. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
Your_ Safety Valve 'oU0-- --- - IA tiii.for you. i a jour in brio any topiGý exceptr ifibb iegion. .tVi.L L' btg Pust ,Eiii},the ite name and nacu. 8. Nr.il nrces t+"l i f Vilicativ.. Ht eat. od)espondeti). **sa Mir Valve.u) FuNDS RAISED. (To thi Bditr) Sir,-Now tlie dances coiilucted ib the 1st Fiýanksgdi Scouts; aiixiliary s it the Juitlor Hail iihave coiiniuded; wiv would like to give an accoint of how the ptofits of tiee dnce haive bee iiis tributed. At the begiiiiiig of July, that was when the dance first started to pay, the amount owing to the bank was £15S. At the beginniig of Aug ust it was reduced to £29/10/. Owirig to the Junior Hall committee havi'g to pay caretaker's wages, electric light, interest and bank charges, water rates, sanitary rates and other sundry expenses, the committee had to draw on the bank to meet the difference be tween the revenue of the hall and running expenses of the hall. We have also handed £27 to various cha rities this year, and paid all expens...
THE GREAT PYRAMIDS FRANKSTON LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
THE GREAT PYRAMIDS -0- FRANKSTON LECTURE. ;In the Mechanics' Institute,. on Wednesday evening;, a popular' and impressive orator, Mr T. N. Foster, delivered a thrilling address entitled Great Pyramid Prophecy and Cur rent World Events. Cr. Geo. Keast was chairman. for the meeting. This ancient structure, the world's greatest wonder, .built 4500 years ago was illustrated on' a' beautiful set of slides. Mr Foster, who is the Vic torial British Israel Commissioner, said that a study of the Great Pyra mid was a most useful factor. in re building on a firmer basis Christian faith in God and in His inspired Word, the Bible. It is the Bible in stone, and is.-referred to in Isa :19-19 and 20. It has proved itself to be the geometrical key to the universe, including in its system of profound mathematics, symbolism and chrono logy, the major facts of modern astronomy, Christianity, past human history, and the crucial events of modern time. The message of the Pyramid is authorative, according ...
BALL FOR HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
BALL FOR HOSPITAL. he annual ball of the United ndly Societies will..be, held at Wattle Palais on September 27. committee is working hard to ke this ball the best of the series. ceeds are to aid the funds of the nkston Community Hospital, up ahich building is expected to umence in the immediate. future. Ilsual waltzing competitions will held and excellent prizes haire ady been donated. An -additional action will be the ladys or tleman's bicycle to be disposed Jack Billingsley's orchestra of instruments' will' provide the sic. A novel supper will be serv by the committee and dancing I continue from 8.30 p.m. to 2.30
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
ARAENKST0*':M 1 o , Cabinet €€Making. French Polishing. GGARAGE'. ?"Upholstering. Melbourne Road, FRANKSTON phonel 101.97. - MASTER CRAFTSMEN led authorised Genral (L. F. .WILSON & BROS.) t' 0.Preanser 4e . .,,L ".. tev r adeý-, i ns corner of Young anti Seach stretts r. on~r propositions on t ad -ns, . . na .?,,,, e'the best in Town, it will pay you -" e . OLS . wi pay ou Excellent recommendations from . , - - m Ponet R s dents. m ... . . STANDARD Presents for 1939. .. THE FINEST CARS IN THE 8 h.p. FI-ELD. FOR FLYING STANDARD QUALITY CARS-SEE K. BRETT 24 PLAYNE S TREET. FRANKSTON. Phone 77. e Peninsula's largest selec n of Men's and Boys' Wear. ou will be Fu leased with YOUR RE. FLECTION 'n the mirror when you are wearing one of Our READY-TO-WEAR SUITS We have Men's and Youths' Suits in the latest styles and fabrics in all sizes. Call to-day and in spect. It costs you less to dress better when you come to EADIE'S 587 Bay St., FRANKSTON. 'Phone 352. ee Our Spring Range of Ne...
FOOTBALL MIX-UP MORE COMPLICATIONS HASTINGS' PROTEST [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
FOOTBALL MIX-UP MORE. COMPLICATIONS HASTIINGS' PROTEST A protest was lodged by offi cials of the Hastings-Tyabb Football Club with the . execu tive of the Peninsula League yesterday over the result of the first semi-final played by that team ...against- Mornington ' at Frankston last Saturday. Following upon, a protest by the Somerville club and a counter-pro test by Sorrento against the Lea gue's order for a replay two weeks ago,' football followers have visions of the season being protracted for a 'record period. It is understood that the latest protest questions the right of Mornington to have played two men because of alleged irregu larities in registration. The matter will be decided by the League orr Monday night. In the event of the League up holding the protest,.: Mornington, which at present has an even chance for the 1939 pennant, may be com pelled to forfeit the matches in which the players concerned partici pated and lose its position in the final four. In that case Some...
A.L.P. SPECIAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
A.L.P. SPECIAL MEETING 1 special meeting of the Frank n brauch of the A.L.P. is adver ed in this issue. Union 'represen ives will speak on awards, rates conditions effecting district wor rs. The meeting will- take place the Willard Hall, Thompson St., Thursday, August 31, at. 8 p.m.
Sporting Highlight TOM CORRIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
Sporting Highlight TOM'CORRIGAN. :: " ' " " "Old Timer" from Hampton was in reminiscent mood recently regarding the early days of racing in and around WarrnambooL He Srendiiiibe~a Tolli CorrI?ht, the fai~nous. steeplechase Jockey,: sixty. years agp wei~ei 1i wax` wfipper of tlie hounds in Warrnambool. He con sideri Corriah iith greatbst steeplechase rider of all time-barring Snonei. ie iid ha 1eautiful saat in the saddle; and great command of his iitrsi. Of coiiue, thei rode, with inuch longer stiirrupd in those days, ihiic, I 1i6 ie o6lnion of "Oldi Timer," is the way they should be conimpelld to i;ti today, as it givi . a rider a chance to keep a horse on fits feit whiibi ie stiiks a feince. i Coirig~Si ias ii diri1ii rierl, and it did not matter it his mount knocl?ed the top riiii out of 'a enche, he. had no fear of the next; he would ride boldly at it. Triers was no flying out of the saddle in those day as they do iow, through their short stirrups and reins. Corrigan eventually ...
DANCING WATTLE PALAIS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
DANCING WATTLE PALAIS In spite of unfavorable weather con ditions, the Wattle Palais againw-at tracted a large attendance. An interesting feature was tuition given in modern dancing prior to 8 p.m., and will continue every Satur day night. Thle fourth heat.of the fox trot com petition was won' by Mr .T. Smile and Miss P.: Claxton.. -. Successful in the Monte Carlo com petitions were Mr Cassidy and Miss Collier, with Mr J. Thompson and Miss V. Gardner runners-up. The second Monte Carlo was won by Mr Folkes and Miss Arnold. Runners-up were Mr S. Young and Miss Schulz, Mr and Mrs J. Lucas, and Mr W. Handley and Miss R. Ryan.
PLAZA THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
PLAZA THEATRE -0-- FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Carefree, bringing the world-famous team of Fred staire and Ginger Rog ers together once more, will be the principal attraction for Friday and Saturday. Ralph Bellamy is also in the cast, and is seen as an attorney who is desperately in love with Gin ger Rogers, but cannot get her con sent to marriage. As a last resort he appeals to a doctor friend, played by Astaire, and the efforts of the lat ter to psycho-analyse the young lady bring a'bout rollicking complications. Throughout the story are several songs and dance routines; they in clude Astaire's solo Golf Dance and a C beautiful and ,fantastic Dream Dance. A mystery within a mystery, in which a crook chases another to prove his innocence, forms the plot of Ar sene Lupin Returns, the second fea ture, which stars Wairen Williams, Melvyn Douglas and Virginia Bruce. The story moves swiftly from Wash ington td Paris, and almost every type of action is included in the unfolding of the plot. A Wa...
THE STANDARD GOES SHOPPING [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
THE STANDARD GOES SHOPPING (By Seemore) Happening in to WV,. M. Sanillwood's premises opposite and adjacent to the Plaza Theatre, Playne street, Frank ston, Seemore, the Standard represen tative, was amazed at the steady growth of the 'business which has been built up on sound lines, the chief points maintained being best value for money spent and to provide a com plete range of goods required. The Eclipse cycle is now entirely made on the premises by fully qualified trades men from all-British parts, and prices range from £6. A large variety. of reconditioned cycles is always avail able. These include ladies' models, from £3. . Every cohceivable part of a cycle is stocked on the premises. After examining the stock of bicycles, of which there were ?more than 50 models to choose from, Seemore was: escorted to the new branch shop op posite the cycle empiorium. Here he fouild a magnificent? display of the latest 1939 Radiola- moiels- which he was told were selling :like' hot cakes. In ...
MARKET REPORTS FRANKSTON MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
MARKET REPORTS FRANKSTON MARKET. Frankston Market (Geo. G. Austin) reports another successful sale on Wednesday last. Poultry: W.L. hens, 6/1 to 7/; black cockerels, 6/6; Game cockerels, 8/8 to 13/10; Game pullets,. 12/9; Sussex roosters, 8/2; R.I.R. hens, 8/5 to 9/9; R.I.R. hen and chick ens, 15/; Ancona hens, 6/; cross cockerels, 8/5 to 11/7; cross 'pullets, 10/3; Muscovy ducks, 4/9 to 5/8; Mus covy drakes, 9/; ducklings, 6/4. Sun dries, etc., sold well. I
SPECIAL TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
SPECIAL TOURNAMENT A. special tablle 'tennis "tour'nameni will be held in the Church of Englan&lt; Hall on Wednesday, August 30. Excellent trophies are offered foi fi'rst and second prizes in both the A and B grade handicaps. Entries closi at Ledgar's, Bay street, Frankston, oi Monday. Proceeds are to raise funds for th&lt; participation of the Girl Guide corn pany in the "walkabo'ut" to be hel&lt;
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT Miss Vesper holds classes, at the Mechanics' Hall, Frankston, for tui tion in all kinds of dancing. Special ballroom classes are being formed for semi private tuition in modern and new style dances, and private lessons are given at all times. A further class is now commencing for adult pupils for popular tap dancing- and. "keep fit. exercises." Application to Miss Vesper is neces sary for inclusion and particulars can be obtained at the Mechanics' Hall on Mondays, or by ringing Frankston 194. Rehearsals are now commencing for, Miss Vesper's annual revue, and, judging by the enthusiasm and ex cellent work being done- by junior pupils, this show should surpass the *many splendid presentations these children have given. Recent talent quest winners who are pupils of Miss Vesper and will be featured on the: revue programme are Lois Wells, Thela Jones. Jean Ives and Lorna Atkinson. a?id. selter While a :'note from him was co?veyed in a canoe to Mr Webb at Milingimbi. T...
THE TURF WILLIAMSTOWN SELECTIONS. (BY. ESPY) (Meeting to be held at Caulfield) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
THE TURF WILLIAMSTOWN]I SELECTIY (By .Espy) (Meeting to be held at Caulf 1.30-PAISLEY HURDLE SDornford ... ... WI hernside .......... David Quex .......... 2.5-THREE-YJ3AR-OJLD HCP First'Division Menkaura ........ Girella . . .. .. .. .... Snow; White....... ... 2.35-THREE-'YEAR:-OLD HCP Second Division L Grand Patrol ........ Tovaros.. . ...... .. . Border Lass .......... 3.5-UNDERWOOD STAKIES Ajax............ El Golea.. ;......... Elanage .. .......... 3.40-AUGUST HANDICAP Ruck Ma1n ............ Somerset............ Pibroch ........ .... 4.15-TRUGANINA HANDICAP Bow Tie ...... ...... Con Naru .. .... ..... Destiny Bay........... 4.50-MANOR WELTER Temple Coyn .. ...... Lautus :. ...... ....
Aboriginal Courage and Goodness [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
. Abor!ginal Courage and .oodness Friends o Mr Harold Thornell will be interested in the article he .wrote for the Missionary Review, as follows:. AN APPI"p CIATIo ~:I In these days of progress, when dis tance has been reduced by modern means .qf transport, and the advent of wireless has made thet outback 'com paratively.safe, oe. finds it hard in a0. case of life and death to have to rely upon'a native dug-out canoe. In such a position we found our selves at Yirrkala, when Mr Chaseling was suddenly stricken down with an acute illness. Some time before our station wireless set was put out of action when struck by lightning in a severe storm. Sickness is never a welcome guest, but when it finds one, as it did us, with no means of communication and no means of transport other than a native canoe, it is indeed a serious matter. It soon became apparent that iMr Chaseling was gravely ill. The near est help was at Milingimbi, 150 miles away. To make matters worse, tor rential rain was the...
"PINE HILL" SOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
"PINE HILL" SOLD. The" beautiful home of lMr St M. Bruce ,."Pine Hill," Heathb ioad, Frankston, ?las been sold to P. Wrgh't, of Sydney. Situate picturesqueo surroundings with acres, of landt and Commandinlg e: d sive views over Port Philllp Bay ethe surrounding countryside, the perty adjoins the Frankston golf 1 1' The sale was negotiated by MIr G.' Austin. tilotioneer. of Fralk?t'
LEADING ARTISTS FOR CHURCH CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
LEADING ARTISTS -0- FOR CHURCH CONCERT Arrangements are well advanced for the high class concert to bel given in the Frankston Mechanics' Hall next 'month by 10' leading Mel bourne professional artists (who are ,giving, their, services for out-of-poc-! ket 'expenses)' in..aid of funds con nected with. the activities of St. PDui!s'- (Fiankstoni) Church. of'- Eng tlitnil. Tickets 'will be issued next week for :'li6 entertainiment and may be .securei . on a.pplication to Mr. or Mrs J. B: Jolly, "Avandale," Mel bouirne road, Frankston, or at the Standard office. Extra seating ticcommodation will be provided in the hall. It is expect ed that a world famous baritone sin ger will appear in person. Readers are requested to watch the columns of the Standard for an extraordin ary announcement. whicilh the stage manager. Mr Pat Coleman, is expec ted to make next week, when the 10 selected artists will be named, four of whom will be new to Frankston district audiences. Representatives of four d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
NTONE N GIRIS' GRAMMAR SCHOOL ;821 Bi?ach Road. UBLIC DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS A pUBLIC FEES MODERATE. -es65le bY Motor Bus from Mordialloc, Black Rock; Beaumaris, e Oakleigh and Dandenong. KINDERGARt'l~N TO LEAVING HONOURS. Third Term 'Commences Tuesday, September i9 ,,tus on Application. Headmistress at honme by Appointment. pChel" 320. .J. McCowan, B.A., Dip. Ed., Headmistress. MENTONE GRAMMAR SCHOOL DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. primarY to Leaving Honours. Boys admitted to Kindergarten at age 0* four. Sepdiarate Department for Junior Sehool. MoODERATE 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, Appiy C. C. THOROLD, M.A.. Headmaster. : Chelt. 409. Tel.: Chelt. 409. OU'LL Have More Time }' r for your Children, your Husband and your Garden.. If we do your ?? , /LAUNDRY work S ? Our modern e...
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE PORRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE PORRIDGE. Whole wheat is especially rich in vitamin B (nerve tonic) and also contains some vitamin A. Served with milk it constitutes a perfect food. Put 2oi. rolled breakfast wheat in to a basin and blend to thin paste with ; cup coul water. Boil 13 cups water, lour onto blended wheat. Mix well with wooden spoon, return to double saucepan, and cook over boil ing water for 5 minutes. Lessen heat and cook slowly about h hour, tifrring occasionally. Serve with sugar and hot milk or "syrup and butter. .PINEAPPLE DATE CREAM. Take one medium-sized pineapple, peel and hollow out centre; whip one cup cream, and beat in half cup dates .whic7 have been previlously mashed with. a fork (after' stoning and 7steaming them first). Sweeten to taste, 'fill centre of pineapple with this mixture and place in ant ice chest to ch.ill and firm. Have ready some wine-flavoured jelly. Just be fore serving, remove pineapple from the ice-chest and cut into thin slices. Decorate each with je...
SOVIET RUSSIA. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
SOVIET RUSSIA. (To the Editor) Silr,-- ay I, please, enter the lists in defence of Soviet Russia? Your cdrrespondent, Australian Youth, Is typical of 95 per cent. of critics of this wonderful country--he just doesn't know. The otler 5 per cent. do know, but have excellent reasons for not telling us. Th1e simple fact is that a new and vastly improved social system has been established on one sixth of the earth's surface, and those all-powerful few who do themselves so well out of our own system are using every means at their disposal to con vince us that the new one is a tyranny. Nevertheless the truth is available to those who are prepared to inquire and think. Australian Youth virtually criticises tlht Soviet constitution. Has lie ever read it? An 1English translation. sells for a fc\w co;pers. Australian Youth says: "*.ThI system failed because of its contempt forAthe very human beings who welre to be saved by it." The Dean of Can tei'bury says: "The highest. moral achievement of ...