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GENERAL MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921
-GENERAL MATCHES. Naval' Depot II's defeated Tyabb I.'s, at the Naval Base, by 108 runs. Scores:- . NAVAL DEPOT. Mille. c. B. Noble, b Iodgins .. 44 Castain; run out ...... ... 63 Edwards, c and b R. Borley .. 2 Fenwick, b R. Storey .. .. .. 3 Tackson, b F. Mills .. ..... 7 Harrison, c Storey, b J. Campbell 15 Forgie, not out ..... .....6.. Portner, c and b. L. MIills... 0 Goodwin, not out .. .:? .. .. 4 Sundries ........... 13 .Inns. dec., 7 wickets for .. 157 Bowling: Holley 0 for 31, L. Thor nell 0 for 9, Storey 1 for 35, Hodgins 1 for 19, Ray Borley 1 for 15, H. Thornell 0 for 7, Campbell 1 for 16, L. Mills 2 for 13. TYABB. Campbell, b Goodwin .. ..... 2 Rlay Borley, b Forger ......22 H. Thomell, b Goodwin . Hodgins, b Miller .. .... Storey, Ibw, b Miller .. ..... 0 Bert Noble, lbw, b Miller .. .. L. Mills, b Goodwin ..... .. 0 V. Longmuir, lbw, b Miller .. 0 Holley, b Goodwin ... .. ... L. Thornell, b Edwards .. .. P. Denham, not out .... . 0 Sundries ............ 20 Total .. ....
MOOROODUC v. PEARCEDALE. MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921
;MOOROODUC v..; PIARCEDALE. S " OOROODUC. C.* Pummeroy, retired ...... 25 AV. Andrews, b Valeý.. ...... 25 J. Anderson, b Peare .... . P J. .V,'ilson; ietlred .. .. .. 25 R. Gieison, c -Pearce, b Neil .. 8 J. Lilywhite, e McConville, b Hill ." m an. . ..... .. . .. .. .. .. .. . C. Doxey,i'retired.. .. .... .. 25 B. Grcison, c Neil, b Moore ..' .. ' P. Hamley, run out .ý . .. .. P F. Murray, e Pearce,'.b- oore .. M G. Lucas, `not out . . . ;. . ;Sundries ...e . .... . . .. 7 Total' 35 'PE R-qEDAL. Newnman, h iurray .. .. .. Vale,. b Pniiroy .... . . 13 Thornhamn, b, Murray .. Neil, c Wilson, b 'Murray .. .0 McConville, b Wilton .. .. .. 10 S. Pearee, b Wilton ;. .- . 1 N. Pearce, b l Murray. . . .. Hillman, b Doxey . .. .... 13 Moore, b Doxey 0 T Pearce, b Doxey A. . . . Fitzgerhld,, not out . .;. 0 -.Sundrie 4 Total 63 Bowling: F. Murray 4 for 13; Pum meroy 1 -for, 15, ,Wilton 2 for 15, ilbywhite 0:for -10,:Doxkey 3 -for 6. -
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921
MARRIAGE PRATT-PICKING-On Aug ust 22nd, at St Paul's Church of England, Frankston, by Rev. A. P. McFarlane,- John Leslie, only son of the late Mr and Mrs W. J. Pratt, of South Yarra, to Myra Eva Talbot, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs R. T. Picking, "Dindor bonda," Long Island, Frankston.
NORTH PENINSULA ASS TION. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921
NORTH PENINSULA ASS TION. Mornington defeated Somcrville by 3 wickets and 9 runs. W. Rankine and S. .S. Gault gave good exhibi tions, and batted brightly thr:ough out. The scores were: SOMERVILLE. G. Grant, Ibw, b Coxhell .... . 7 Martin, c Tyler, b Coxhell .. .. 12 C. Thornell, e Cavell, b Coxhell .. 0 Gault, b 'McPherson ........ 49 Knuckey, b Birch .: ..... . 7 Tyree, b Freeman .... .. .. 6 N. Unthank, b Freeman .. .. .. R. Unthank, c Freeman,'b Rankine 18 Williams, b Freeman .. .. . .. 4 Gregory, not out .. ....... ..14 Viejtch, c Cook; b Rankine .. . SExtras . .. ...... . ... .. Total ... . .. .... Bowling: T. Coxhell 3' for'jG ;-R. Birch 1 for 31, N. Freeman 3 for 20, i. McPherson 1 for 15, W. Rankine 2 for 7, G. Cook 0 for 1. MORNINGTON; iankine,, c Tyree, b Knuckey .. 53 Townshend, c Williams, b Knuckey 20 Cavell, b. Williams .. .. .. .. i McPherson, b IWilliams .. ;. .. 1i I'reemun, c Gregory, b Knuckey 4 Woolhouse, not out .. .. .. 19 Jirch, c Grant, b Knuckey.. .. Reiol,....
The Standard. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1921. THE WEEK'S EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921
,itt Stalnbarb. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1921. THE. WEEK'S EPITOME. Captain S. Sherlock, of Frank ston, writes to the Editor expres sing appreciation of the action of Mr Morris Jacobs in directing the Shire Council's attention to the danger of placing gardens surrounded by a rockery in the centre of Playne St. The writer considers the thanks of the rate payers are due to Mr Jacobs for the energy he displayed in the matter. Mr Chas Dalman has disposed of his business interests in this district; and proposes residing in Melbourne, o Mr J. F. Bell, of the Frankston Presbyterian Church, has been transferred to Maldon. .His suc cessor is' the popular Rev.. Wat kins, of Napier St, Fitzroy. Shire President Longmuir had a strenuous time at the council meeting yesterday. 'He commen ced work in committee at 9 a.m, and did not vacate the chair un til 6.30 p.m. The Moderator of the Presby terian Church in Victoria (Right Rev. D. A. Cameron) preached to a large congregation at Franks ton on Sunday ...
PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921
PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. French Island and Crib Point played at Tankerton on November 12th, and Crib Point won, after an exciting fin ish, by 7 runs. The bowling on both sides was excellent, Scores. CRIB EPIN1T. Valentine, b De la dMaye ...... 8 Joseph, b De la Haye .... .. 0 Stewart, c Broderick, b De la Haye 0 Davies, c Thompson, b Bennetts .. 10 Ilennetts, c Davon, b De la Haye .. 5 Allen, c and b Ratford .. .... 12 Slater, b De la Haye ........ 1 Radlford, c Broderick, b De la Haye 2 Eeating, not out ...... .. .. .. 4 Botch, b Ratford .. ....... Osterlund, b De la Haye ...... 1 Byes .. .. . .... ..... 3 Total .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 49 Bowling: De la H(Eye 7 for 19, Rat ford 2 for 7, Bennetts 1 for 14, Davon 0 for 6. FRENCH ISLAND. Broderick, c Radford, b Valentine 10 Bennetts, b.Stewart _. ........ 10 Thompson, W., b Vailentine .... 4 Thompson, E., b Valentine .. .. 0 Renwick, b Valentine .. .. ... 1 Ratferd, b Stewart .... ..... 4 De la Haye, b Stewart .. .. Davon, b Stewart .. .. ...
Shire Engineer Debate New Shire Engineer Major Julius Lazarus Appointed [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921
- Shire EngineerDebate ee ' "T' e-*"-~ New Shire Engineer Major Julius Lazarus Appointed The adjourned meeting of the Shire Council was held at Frankston yes terday afternoon to finally deal with the applications received for the posel , tion of resident engineer. The Shire President (Cr W. Long muir) was in the chair, and -all them 2ouncillors were present with tat ex ception of Cr Morra.: - A committee of the Counotl'liadi met in the forenoon ttid reduaedr tVl 40 odd appliuations to 3. The Presi dent explained what had been done to the,full counoil, and Cr Gray, as ohnie of the 1coniiiittee,=:statedtht sealol cuniilder~itio hadi beon give to the applications of .returned solt diers, which numbered 19. At this stage Cr -Oates raised the. point that the appointment of a teas dent engineer had never been-prod perly autnorised. The policy of the Council had been to employ a con sultingiengineer, and notice of inten tion ito alter that policy had never been given. It was important that...
Topical Carrum Topics [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921
Topical Carrum Topics A meeting of those interested in forming a cricket club will be held-tomorrow night at the Fire Brigade station. As there are some good players here, a strong club should be formed. Mr Green is the chief mover. Mr Ellis, of the railway staff, is onlthe sick list. Anmonth's leave of'absence has been gran ted. We-hope for'a speedy return to health. A return ,social was tendered to Cr Frank. Groves, M.L.A last Friday niglt. .' large number attended and dancingwas indul ged in till the early hours of the -morning. Three. presentations were made -a suitably inscribed gold wris let watch to Mrs Groves and a, gold bangle each to Misses Mar Jorie and Ivy Groves. " - Mr Samuels advertises in to day's issue that -he wishes to pur,. chase poultry for table uise. He also wishes to state that he will be pleased to accommodate clubs and meetings. Smoke nights and social evenings will be catered for inbest-style. Fire made a clean sweep of the house occupied by Mr Paget last ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921
.?Frankston Directory . YE OLDE ENGLISHE Crumpets MADE BY A. T. WALTERS BAY STREET BAKERY FRANKSTON" DAIRY Fra ikston' Pure Milk Supply W. J. OATES Pure Milk, direct from the Owner's well k nown Dairy Perm Customers may confdently rely on the purity and High.olaes Quality of the milk supply. Caws milked under strict personal supervision. Milk treated by latest scientific appliances, render ing contamination impossible. Agent for Clutterbuck'a Black'tone Oil Engines, Cliff & Bunting's Chaffouttars and Grain Crushers, &o Simplex NI ilking Machines. Phone-37 BAY-st., Frankston (LATE AI.F.) Playne Street, Franketon B1(OWN & YlI _ Coachbuilders, Horseshoers General Blacksmiths Orders Promptly Executed LEWIS' DAIRY When you buy milk, buy the best. We only sell milk of the highest quality, richness and purity. Our cows are all rich milk producers We stock the best Western District (Colac) Butter, also cream, eggs, etc. Our carts deliver to all parts of Fiankston, Ph...
THE UMPIRE'S WHISTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921
THE UMPIRE'S WHISTLE. On Saturday last, Frankston II defeated St James' (Northcote) by two goals. The last coupon for "The Stan dard". niedals is published in to day's issue. Make use of it. -. All'votes must be sent to "The Standard" office, by 1280 at lat. esoon Saturday Sept 24. IVotes reeived after that time wal not counted. This is neesry, s that votes may. be unted an the medals lnscr$be d Since last issue the voting has been very heavy, and the finish promises to be unusually interes ting. The leading position at the present appears to be within the grasp of one.-who-has been well down on the list for a long time. 7 To H.S (Somerville)-Re com plaint from Moorooduc. We have investigated same and find that 19 votes were credited to Theo Delaney on Sept 1st.
"While the Billy Boils" SOME NEWSY TATTILE BYB "STRATHMORE" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921
"While the Billy Boils" Go* SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE" "Borrowed plumes are always the brightest." Hence my seizure of a title that belongs to Henry Lawson, who originated it many years ago, in the days when the world was wide, and before the star of Australia had arisen in the lurid clouds of war. But, knowing Henry Lawson and his undying love for all things Austra lian, I make no additional apology for captioning these notes as above. A correspobdent to "The Stan dard" mentions the fact that many years ago, when there was only one house between Mordiallocand Frank seton, a little girl was lost in the boush at Langwarrin, and no ttace of the mite was ever discovered. It was presumed thatshe was carried away by the blacks whih . infested. the lo oality. In Australia's early history, there are many sad cases of unsolved mysteries recorded. In Queensland, for instance, not so many years ago, a little white girl was discovered liv ing amongst a rather wild tribe of aboriginale. ...
H. & A. Society Meets Mr.Will Hanton Elected Secretary [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921
H. & A. Society Meets Mr Will Hanton Elected Secretary I The annual meeting of the Frankston Horticultural Society was held on Monday evening last. Mr H. Gamble presided, and others present were-Dr. Max well, Crs. Wells, Gray, Mason, May, Messrs Jacobs, C. E. Wood W. W. Young, C. McKenzie. J. Cameron, McMurtrie, W. Hanton Bailey, M. James, W. C. Young, Dalman, Coxall, S. Lawrey, and E. Barrett (secretary). The secretary, in presenting the balance-sheet, duly audited. read his report, as follows:--"I have pleasure in placing before you the annual report and bal ance sheet in connection with the show held on January 13th, 1921. As you are all aware, it was the 19th show held here since its inception, and, although the weather conditions were against it, the gate takings came within £11 of the previous year, and the entry fees exceed last year. by £7 15s. Although there were 11 more subscribers, dona tions and subscriptions fell short of the previous year by J£34 16s, while we ...
The Football Pennant Carrum Defeats Hastings by 14 Points [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921
The Football Pennant Carrum Defeats Hastings by 14 Points The Mornington Peninsula As sociation rang down its curtain on Saturday last, when, before a very large and enthusiastic at tendance, Carrum wrested the premiership from Hastings by 14 points. The match was played at Somerville. Hastings did not make any changes, and relied on the same team that defeated the Carrumites the week before As Mackay was on the injured list, he was replaced by Homsie in the Carrum team, whilst Carroll was replaced by Johnstone. Ap art from these changes, the sides were the same as published in "The Standard" last issue. As umpire. Osborne showed distinct improvement, and escaped the satire of the critics. He gave 35 frees to Hastings and 26 to Car rum. The decisions of at least one goal umpire were not quite so satisfactory. It was a brilliant opening qua ter. At the very outset. Carrum came into the game with confid ence, and one quickly realised that Hastings would have to give a very fine exhibi...
The Masonic Temple Officially Opened on Tuesday Evening Last [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921
I The Masonic Temple Officially Opened on Tuesday Evening Last g;:----·-·.=a__ ___ ,______________ i The Freemason's Hall, recently erected for the New Frankston Lodge in Young Street, Franks ton, was officially opened on Tuesday evening last. Over 100 visiting brethren, representing many Lodges in the city and the suburbs, were present. The hall has been built on mo dern lines, and the important matters, such as ventilation and lighting, appear to have received special consideration. The out side appearance of the hall does not prepare one for the splendid ly equipped Lodge, supper, ante rooms, etc, within, to say nothing of the up-to-date kitchen, with its labor-saving culinary appli ances. Gas, electric light and water have been installed through out. The unanimous verdict of those present on Tuesday night was-' A Lodge Room de Luxe." After the customary Lodge work, the supper room, though spacious, was taxed to its full extent, and over 150 sat at a re past that was in keeping w...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921
Local and General News. Mr A. T. Walters, of the Bay Street Bakery, denies the rumor that he has sold his business. "Ix is not even for sale," he says. The ham and beef business in Bay Street, Frankston, for some time darried on by Mrs Burns, has been acquired by Mrs Ings. Mr W. H. Pike, who is starting business as baker, etc, at Wells Street, Frankston, has an advt in to-day's issue. Mr S. Lawrey is erecting a commodious shop bakery" and residence to accom modate Mr Pike. The enterprise of Mr Lawrey illustrates his faith in the-district. - The death of Mr Thomas John Nicholls, of Frankston, occurred at the Alfred Hospital on Tues day last. He was 70 years of age. Hlis remains were followed to the last resting place by members of the New Frankston Lodge.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921
Carrumni and eaforv iirectorEl Seacombe House Opposite Station ARRUM Beach Frotage Phone I Carrum L Phone 1 Carrum Under New MaV angement Mrs A. Samuels (late of Essendon). Proprietress. Vacancies for Boarders. Reasonable Winter and Summer Tariff. Meals at all Hours. Afternoon Tea. Cakes, etc. BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, Good Accommodation. A Home away from Home Motor Accessories & Oils Benzin, &e stocked. Only the Best Brands and Makes in Stock. Confectionary, Soft Drinks, Soda Fountain, Tobacco Cigarettes, Cigars, Ac. .. i"couse and Land Agency CARRUM7 .- If -on want to buy or sel a Farm, Hose 4' s or Land try ...... . Robertso & Co The Land Salesmeii, C( rr.itnm -HALLO" The Man that Broke the Butcher's Ring ! Still going strong ! Who's that 1 FORREST The Carrum Butcher Sides of Mutton 53?d ;-Corn Beef from 4 rd. Watch Next Week's Paper and don't forget the Carrum Butchery. Further Reductions. Delivery everyday. Leave name and address at the Post Office - FRANK...
Newsy Seaford Bits [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921
I Newsy Seaford Bits There is now a butcher in Sea ford, and the shop is very con venient for local housewives. Carrum Vale road is fast taking on a modern aspect, and Con tractor Finch is getting his final hustle on. The school is now completed as far as the building itself is concerned, and ndw only awaits the furniture and the grand opening ceremony by the State Governor, political heads and local dignitaries. . The power house is rapidly springing into shape, and the concrete distributing tower is now in full operation. Seaford's sub-station will be built in much less time than any of the others. It is stated that the immediate surroundings of the building are to be beautified on an elaborate scale, and the' finished project will be a valuable asset to Sea ford-particularly as we expect to have the electric trains whizzing in every few minutes. The Seaford Progress Associa tien meets on Saturday night next, 17th inst. Among the vital questions to be dealt with is the advancing o...
Mr Sambell's Salaries What He Actually Received [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921
Mr Sambell's Salaries WHiat He Actually Receiiedl At last week's meeting, diuuing the debate on the shire engineer question,\Mr Sambell,stated: "Very nýisleading statements have beni made as to' the remuneration I have received fronm the Council. The facts are 'as follows Since 1909 I have received d'ir~t from the council's funds an average of £132: per annum, and for. tha' past 5 years an average of £162 per annum... Last year I also received £264 on account of loan ex poenditure on.the quarry, and icnrlud ing payments this year,' a total of £400 on quarry . account, and not £800 as stated by Cr Wells, and I would again remind councillors that I distinctly advised. theiconucil that I preferred not to have this work to do. Including this loan expenli. ture, my average annual remuoneation from council funds has been £175. In addition I received the sum of £420 last year from the Country Roads Board, chiefly for surveys and plans for :oads, and for which I had to pay £250 for assistan...