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Audit Bureau of Circulations, Sydney.— [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
Audit Bureau f6 Cirtciiilatiois, Sydney. "I had no idea you woild be celebrating the Diamond Jubilee of the .'Frankston- Standard,' otherwise 'my felicitations would have bden sent you earlier. "No w, however, permit rie to congratulate you on your excel lenit Jubilee Numbe;, and 'ex press the hope that your well pi;oduced and initeresting' journal iill. find a bigger niche -in the lives -of the people it seeks to Serve.'
MR. [?] STATE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
MR.f~a The not Wool tliing been lc of total fish i Woar lited and u maie of COrmmo I ohas beo again. War 0 thinkatble science, make i r peace to science o tosPineo the O ,t gramme:-. (1) Ra Vial atd Peoples by tion. (2) , itematind 1 case oat I Control o a ret itb maokind t4t Cota Britishon o to seed (5) E authority Orgaeteation true toter (61 10 lion, ear -ad atudrte dice and i Ccoeiatei H eghes, a dia, haa , for toter through rounded be socirtiro at orry cat (Authonke Ganners, No to- 99Ca
From The Advocate Press, Printers and Publishers.— [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
From T he Advocate; Press, : rinters and- Publishers. : "Tis office most sincerely of - f?:: congratulations to the Board f ::Directors, : staff,, distributors' .ri?~f readers of 'The. Standard ori ..ath's. ,great'. day.. of-. the Diamond' J .bilee of its foundatidi.. All the .i -':rrd ;work of the past has bees/ I worth while, and' must give -- u ?deite" dsatisfa?tibn: to all cori? t like Et ov6erage of .ur feeIsiie espe lally 'An Edi td LI Ackcnb @egixnnt,' -Ad pages reprinted from the past. Rightly so,; you stress the` loyalty of the early pigneers_:. ...: "For the future,v we express the wish that your': 1lans will quick ly arid satilfactorily matuire." From Rex Mlilmne "Post" Newspapers.-- . "Kindly. accept my sincerest congratulations bn your issue of the Jiubilee linumber of the 'Standard.' Orily one word can desiribe it,. and that one word is -Magnificent!" '
HEARD IN PARLIAMENT IMMIGRATION SOMES CAMP [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
HEARD ýIN ' PARLIAMENT SOMERS CAMPV MR. ?YAN.-Earlier: in the currenf sessional p'eriod' -I -asked: the Minister : for Irifnihraiitibn to what use Somers Camp was to be put, and he. said that it ivould be used by new Australians. In view of the rumor that' is current in that area that the camp is to" be reserved for 'Britishi' igrants; or perhaps- "not -used.:: at all,-I should. like the Minisftei to tell the house exactly' what ;the posi tion is. . MR. -CALWELL.--I have al ready told:the honorable member for Flinders,, and I. think another honorable member, what the pro.d :posals were with relation. to- this. camp: The statement, that I made inr.this House has apparently beeni slightly twisted and. retailed: 'iri the area 'to which the' honorable member: has- referred.- Of- course I appreciate., his interest in the matter;. As :Somers Camp,-.is .ii 'his electorate;' he has' a right" to. know what' is' contemplated-. At present: it is being used,for 'new Australians, ?;rid' it will....
REGARDING "EMPTIES" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
:,:REGARDING .'EMPTIES",, The Manufactur ers' Bottle-'Co. of. Vic. Pty.,:Ltd. wishes attention directed fo iii adiEftiseient that appears: 'in" *6iir advertising columns, giving notic'e to bottle dealers. and others, that. all bottles with Trade Marik and Brand M.B. over C.V.'-in a ;spade ifioulded thereon are its sole pro perty, and when the contents are once u'ed, the bottles imust forthi, with on demanid,, be retuiied :to the?C oipanky of.its'diily autlioris ed agernts. The allbwance receivedxiy. agents, cllectors; etc. is :siijply for the I ifollcfiroi and safe todd of thebotftles .
CHURCH NEWS AN OPEN CHEQUE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
CHURCH NEWS: AN OPEN CHEEQUE' The.e xvasa .laige ~ingrega- ' Tn t the Franl~ton IVethodist: ti. n at School Ainniversary; -final, e?tt?'J z lanst Sunday night, .The: io"as I' ideiru the diie'ction' .of: Sar e , Pascoe, with Miss Lyla ar. ett at th'e piano, sang well, and a splendid spirit prevailed. The preach er, the ,Rev J. ".d.ree . man tdool for his text,1,"' auls's ma ,s to the Ph-:ippians, chap. 4? verse 19: "My. God shall sup-. pi all your needs." He com eled .by illustrating the value of a bank cheque ind o;t0l't..the story of Alexander the .Emperor of Greece, who had a general who pleased h im .and to.. whom&lt; he made available a draft or,,.as we oknw it, a checle.e .which, ':his general was to fi-1 in for. any emount he desired. This he. did, and presented it to the .State Treasurer' or banker;" who,: when he saw the sum, was scared,. and took it to the Emperor for .- con firmation, but Alexander was not perturbe'd, and said, .. Don't . you know he has honoured :...
[?] IE [?] DID [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
esutt ed inl pest stS to y the is dis e - liril linist; e Gar odall, f pre illiam .pleas Don young mele, house. at the ble at book honing ry or artist ughor rt pian gained musi so part leaving ded by, SJ. C.I up a1 ed the' d then musical: =with. F. Sat an) he was olugues, ere she ark lieder,.I ;remem woman I Palm Kath been, to the -ars but idleo~wed' roles of nd the' iage of Opera ral sea mpleted the ABC' as asso and Lan rt sing on for a continu d at the the Miss'' Comedy leading y," and ily" and s under nie Ev ence to any en cessfully ar away delaide, soprano known 1 et voice ity. For ard was he Miss Comeidy valuable y public e cornm d Donald ther, and were an Since many en well as are con
CHURCHES OF CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
CHURCHES OF CHRIST Mr. Frank Briiggs, :of thie Un evangelised Fields Mission, pre sented moving pictures of? -",the work of that Mission, in.iA??iaonia and Papua at a: meetingb of tlie Moorooduc Church, of Chrfst 'on. Tuesday, October 4. A good :nu?i ber attended the meeting, and re mained to partake, of: a social, cup. of tea- afterwardsi.j'Of.particalr interest was Mr, Briggs': story -of the amazing progress of thie Chris tian faith among' the Papiuains'duri ing the war period,, when mission aries were compelled to .withdraw. The native Christians :carried ,?on tilhe work so effectively as :tdInore than double their :ntmbers before the missionaries retutrned,: .. -, At Frankston Church of, Christ on Sunday last Mr. F. T; .Morgan spoke of the message' of Amos, to modern - .days. Israel was con demned in those days:. for:,condi tions which arose .within ;the.:na tion. The poor were oppressed. The rich-lived in riotoils pleasure: The prophets who-spoke the: Word of God. were despised...
SILVER BAND [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
'.IlVER BAND Donations'to the Committee of te Frankston Silver. Band:- Prevy acknowledged . £19 S Frankston Yacht Club 2 2 ;o Mrs. Williams . . 0O 10 ,O Mrs. Butler .. . O 2 £ 22 2.? 6 The gift of a very fine cornet was made by Mr. R. S. Grice. The Frankston Silver Bandal"ds now practising every. ThursdY evening in the Pre-School Cente in the Park. New players are w comed, and especially .anyone who has had experience in' playing of any instrumentl tr Donations .may be: sent to GC. Tomasetti,' or either "of the jbiat secretaries, .Mr. H..V. Cook (Boot ong Ave:.) orl:Miss Grice (Alolu, MIorningtori Rd., Frankston). ..
FRANKSTON THEATRE GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
FRANKSTO f THEATRE GROUP , The Group feels that produce' Jock McLorinan has chosen a parr ticularly fine play to present for their final season for this year. It is "The Crime of Margaret Foley," by Percy Robinson and .Terence De Marney.. Hearing that rehearsals had b gun, I dropped in to.~watch, 'aý. felt-that I -had-been whisked to .another part of.. the .world-BaIly dreen, Eire. I hearid nothifig' b soft Irish brogUes, with "evi piroducer Jock directing his ca in the same. dialect. "The Crime of Margaret Fole is a drama, but. very cleverly t! playwrights , have .intermingl1 tears and laughter. Awh! The shamrocks are gro - ing at' a the Mechanics' Theat now,.,for a little bit of Ireland K, being,.transplanted there. Fait an' each weeli I'll get ahoult this, paper an' tell ye all abhot the Doyles an' the Noonhans ad' the rest of the folk ye will ime t in "The Crime of Margaret Foley'" Tonight (Thursday) at 6.30., the bus will leave Wallace's cor *ner to take memlbers to the "Uittle...
They Thought It Was Good [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
They Thought It Was Good , :Staridfid Newspapers have beenr floOded ivith messages of" tdngrituiltion froit readers who haiive appreciated the Dia anonid Jubilee edition.of the "Fraiksfoil Standard," liublished !itst" ti96ek. It votild be impossible to. publish all th'es'riiessages of goidwill (which are greatly apprciaifed), butt a- few have betii sejtected as typical 6f the rest: From -Alex. Cowan and Sons Ltd. Paper Merchants, Etc.-, "Please accept the congratula :'iouns of our Directors, Maiiage ?;:te. and staff ori your excellent :idiih'ond Jubilee issue. It ris' full uo vety interesting news, anid the r.it'hanical , staff deseve - 'full , k::rfiks' for the lay-ouit. and pro diu tion. "Our ,ereeprsentative, Mr. Alf. Recardon, and our' Technical Ad Sv:si, Mi. W. Hardess, 'vish pair -Etularly to be included iri our. : u'od wishes. S.We look forward to long, and o?ntinued happy relatiorns with yJ?'iif goodselves."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
FRAN KSTON SELECTRIC SERVICE& 5GE54 BAY EST FRANKSTO 1Phone 130. . S: - .( .---~1 •c j if " ' ?" ORIMND AUTO AUCTIONS EVERY SATURDAY, :2 -p.m. at 53 Moylan, Street, E. Bentleigh Please ,book ,cars irt early.for , t~i;Auction. NO, SALEt - -NO CHARGE Cars accepted to time of, Auction Some of Cars: and Trucks :up 'for' Auction Ford "10-10 ; .Utility,. 10,. cwt.. ,49 Genuine 3000,,miles. To' bie sold t::his veek.' CARS CGAN:BE BOUGHT ONs; HALF DEPOSITT' All 1 ernqgiries at above address, or PHONE UL &373 INSIEýIfýVriTvEDr vis Ar JENKINS' Radio Service 590 BAY STREET, 3 DOORS PIER HOTEL. Phone Franlkston 745. LLOYD'S BACON AND SMALL CRANLEIGH are enjoyed by vr only MILK AND GPi selected for Lloyd, leading ShOpkeepe5, Brand of Qualty, at Lloyd's Gdods have that happy f, CUSi;ouIts As W'HEN OR)DERING _ O___R UCIS- W e -- rloyBaon Manufactured at "CRANLEIGH;I Phones: Frankston 9 a SLotage & Dini Sºuites eise RE-COVERED, RE-WEBBED, Inner Spring Mathresses 4 No Distanc...
C.E.F. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
.Thee- blsiness of gAthe C.E.F. 'nieet?tig?. ist Wetrnesday was con cludel' early'to ·6enible the meIn bers to acgcept-an invitation to tlhe P.F. A. soial Wh'eld: o' that even ing. .This social evening proved very.enjoyable to all.lVho attend ed. Thank you, P.F. A. The pro gramime for, next, meeting Is. folk .dancing.: All mnembers are asked to, attend. ; - :
OPENING NEW CHURCH, LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
r. OPENING ..NEW.; CHURCH, : LANGWARRIN i :For? nearly six years:the Metho di t ::congregationq of. ?Langwarrin haS-vorshipped in the: local State iSch6?1 :duie to .the l?oss of the Church'in .the:'bush fires of 1944. .However: th?'e Trustees. were able .a ferw months again, to" purchase a building::for. reirimoval and have pbut' it .in .excellent 'repair, and it is expected. that'theie -will be a large "gathering: of,; people who w:rill .assemlle ::with .much. rejoic ing riext 'Sunday, October 16th, 3. p.r, m for= the, opening. :.The :Rev J.. T: 'Freeman will be' the 'preaicher and the Frank ~toii Methodist. Choir, .under the dil?rCtion of M?r:,yW eber, with MiVsi Lyl- -'Bairet?- t "athe organ, will lead the siigingl of the hymns and. render ,appropriate anthems. There" will be representatives pre sent' from 'all: parts of the Circuit.
ST. PAUL'S FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
, ; ST. PAUL' S,'t JRyANJSTOX SiSuiday;, O ?dib 6,?s being ob served as 'Christia'nl Social Order Sunday. After Evensong- the con gregation ,will;. move =over to tie Sunday School. for- the "address. On. Tuesday afternoon Colonel W. W. .? Leggatt' ;will,' open the People.are-holding: a. 50-50 dance. 2.30., . In the .evening the Young Peopjle are. holding a 50-50 dance. It was incorrectly stated in the :Press that the Sunday Kindergar ten was .closed. Children attend .ingischool;are expected, when par ents are: willing, to attend. ; Parentsi\have been' 'notified of the': S;S. of .the Air over 3DB on .Sunday at 9.30 a.m. ?