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Somerville Theatricals The Comedy, "My Aunt," Attracts Big House [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921

Somerville Theatricals The Comedy, "My Aunt,-' Attracts Big House Somerville, Sept 14th The initial performance of the newly-formed Dramatic Society took place on Saturday evening last. It was generally expected that a good house would result, but all anticipations were far ex ceeded. The attendance establi shed quite a record for the town. A number of folk had to be con tented with standing room, and a number had to be content with what they could see and hear from an open window. The fact that the society was established primarily to further the interests of any charitable or worthy object that needed ilnan cial assistance and also that'the proceeds of the first entertain ment were to be devoted to the local disabled footballers fund, doubtless prompted many present to lend their patronage. Added to-this, also, there was assuredly the element of novelty in the per formance in that a dramatic en tertainment .given in a country town is a rare occurrence, parti cularly so, when assis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921

.Frankston Directory O . Railway . Cash Store 6 Young Street, Fraunkton .' .Ladies and Gentleme HAVING purchased above SI- business from MIr MoDon-. S-V aid. 'I respectfully .request a continuance of your esteemed' patronage. It will be my en- ' deavor to give you every satis faction. My stock will. com prise goods of one quality only -absolutely the best--nod.the prices will be cut to the lowest ` -possible minimum. ? Thanking you in anticipation, Yours faithfully, S- J, L. Pratt . 3omeltling Choic l 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 hal for breakfast this morning," she said, "which you said was so mild and sweet,.was also Lloyd's Sugar Cured. They supply all the leadingstoree." YOU may as well have THE BEST, too I J. LLOYD & SONS PTY LTD - -- Bacon Curers, "Cranleigh," Frankston. PLUMBER and all HOUSE REPAIR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 September 1921

. Frankston Directory Established 1883 G. GE. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash.Prices Terms Cash :PICTURES: Frankston Pictures. Company Limited Saturday Night -Corinne Griffith, the "best dressed star in fildom, "in "The Broadway Bubble.!' A story of dual impersonation. Mae Murray in "A B C of : Love"- -A pictures that in , spires and makes you laugh ! Wednesday-Next - Marguerite Clayton in the serial "Bride 13." Next epi sode--"The Torture Cham ber." Supported by Tom Mix in "The Cyclone," and Shirley Mason in "The Little Wan derer." W H. PIKE LATE ALF .? egs to Notify the Public of Frankston and District that, on Saturday, October 1st; he will open business as ? Baker and Pastry Cook in new and up-to-date premises in Wells Street -FRANKSTONI - Mrs M. Wood Hairdresser & Tobacconist Best Brands of Tobacco and Cigars kept in stock. IFews ?tenct Agent for The Age, the Herald, the Trut...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

' arrum antb eafotb ~tiretor I Seacombe House Opposite Station CA P Beach Feontage Phone 1 Crrm Phone 1 Carum Under. New Management Mrs A. Samuels (late of Essendon), Proprietress. Vacancies for Boarders. Reasonable Winter and Summer Tariff. Meals at all Hours. Afternoon Tea, Cakes, et .......... 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, &c.. ....... Wi"ouse and Land Agency " CARRUMNI " Ifyou want to buy or sell a Farm, House or Land try .... Sobertson & Co The Land Salesmen, Carrum HALLO ! The Man that Broke the Butcher's Ring ! Still going strong ! Who's that ? FORREST The Ca rrum Butcher Sides of Mutton 5,1.d ; Corn Beef from 4 d. Watch Next Week's Paper and don't forget the Carrum Butchery. Further Reductions. Delivery everyday. Leave name and address at the Post Offic...

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The Standard's Assistance Appreciated To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

The Standard's Assistance Appreciated To the Editor. Sir.--The Central Loan Com mittee of Victoria desires me to express to you their keen appre ciation of the very valuable ser vices rendered by you through the medium of "The Standard." The great assistance rendered by you in this direction throughout the campaign contributed mater ially to the success of the recent Diggers'. Loan.--I am, etc C. L. Warren, Publicity Secretary Little Collins St, Melbourne.

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Somerville Lady Crosses the Great Divide [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

Somerville Lady Crossos the Great D)ivide General regret will be felt am ongst a wide circle of friends in the Somerville district at the sad and somewhat unexpected death of Mrs Daisy Moloney, wife of Mr John Moloney, of "Glenville" Nurseries, Somerville. The sad event took place at St Vincent's Hospital on Tuesday last. The funeral took place at Coburg, starting from the residence of Mr A. Patrick, of Toorak. She was 34 years of age, and leaves a husband and one child.

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Apologies to Messrs Sambell and John E. Jones To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

Apologies to Messrs Sambell and John E. Jones To the Editor. Sir,-During my recent elec tioneering campaign I have been credited with having made state ments re the remunerations re ceived by the late Engineer and Secretary of the Shire from all sources connected with the coun cil. Any figures quoted by me were (as stated) only approxi mate. The information received was gained from what I consider the.best of authority. It was not in any way a personal matter, for the reputation of both men are of the highest order and above sus picion. It was only in dealing with financial matters concerning the council that their names were mentioned. If any statement I made has in any way injured their prestige as honorable men, I voluntarily offer an apology, as nothing was further from my thoughts. - I am,'etc Joseph Unthank Merrivale Nurseries, Somerville

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Another Pioneer of the Peninsula Passes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

Another Pioneel of the Pe ninsula Passes The district of Moorooduc has lost, by death, one of its oldest and most respected residents in the person of Mrs Sarah Jones, wife of Mr Edward Jones, of "Spring Farm," Moorooduc, at the age of 75 years. The deceased lady passed away in a private hospital in Melbourne on Sept 19, but the remains were conveyed to Moorooduc, and thence to Mor nington for interment. She had resided on the Peninsula for 53 years. The late Mrs Jones left four sons-Messrs John E. Jones (Shire Secretary), George, Fran cis and Charles Jones-and three daughters, Mesdames Woodhouse, Morris and Shepherd, all of whom reside on the Peninsula.

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The Scotch Concert Why is it that Bad Weather Greets the Scotch ? [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

The Scotch Concert Why is it that Bad Weather Greets the Scotch ? In their own land Scotchmen de velop backbone by wresting a live 1i hood from mountainous country, on which icy wintery winds drives rain, snow and sleet. Here in Frankston Nature declines to coddle the infant Scotch Society, which has not struck wholly satisfactory wrather on any on. occasielon since the' monthly concerts were inaugurated. Once a pleasant evening followed a terribly wet and blustery day, but so many people had been soaked in the city or in Frankston that few cared to dare the elsments again. On the other occasions, the evening itself has been disagreeable and threatening. The third Friday in September was no exreption, torrents of rain fell late in the afternoon, and there was a shower at half past seven. In spite of dlffi culties the Society has a small-an exceedingly small-credit balance, to which the last concert added a pound or two. On Friday last, in the absence of the President (Dr Mackeddlo) ...

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Former Somerville Orchardist Dies at Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

Former Somerville-Orchar dist Dies at Melbourne Thelate Mr Peter O. Anderson, who died at Moonee Ponds, 'and was- buried by motor service at 'rahtkston on -Friday last, was some years ago ari orchardist in the Somerville and.Poowbng dis tricts *but at' theetime of his de mise* he was living in retirement at Moonee Ponds. He was a man of kindly disposition, anii leaves a.vidow (formerly Miss Scarbyd ou h, and sister to Mrs Reynolds. ofFrankston), "adaughter afd'a stepdaiughter • , At ntion is directed to theeai rtep-i:ebs-sesrice

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

tLY LE'S H AVE a fine Assortment No velties to select f om for Boys & Girls, and the Prices are Right, less than Melbourne prices. I hars good selections of Electro Plate ware suit able for presents-also a nice lot of Ladies Hand Bags, Hair Brushes and ('omts. Suit Cases, and Leather Trav elling Bags-to be sold at a great reduction. £500 worth of goods lu be sold during the month of Decem ber, Best enamel saucepans (set of 5) to go at 328 6d, English embossed plates 18s, 15s, 12e doz, English w & gold cups at 21s doz, dinner plates 9s doz, T. Plates 8s doz, tin billies Is le3d, ls 6d, Is 9d, 2s each, tin sauce pans, kettles, wash-up dishes, buckets -all to go at reduction, shaving soaps and powders. It will PAY YOU to call and see the bargains in all lines. Cemp stretchers, £1 and 30s each, mattress 10a, verandah chairs 9s 6d, camp chairs 3s 3d and 4s 3d, water bags, sand shoes, cutlery and spoons at all prices. J. A. Cameron (Opposite Station) Horseshoer, Wheelwrigh...

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Sporting Notes SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

Sporting. Notes i f cnMPF Nwr V TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE" Spring ! Poets 'sing, while footballers fold up their jerseys and talk cricket i This is the season when young men's fancies's lightly .turn to thoughts of gee gees I Peninsula sports were present in unusually large numbers at Aspendale last Saturday. Bill Bluster's victory in the steei:.:chase suited a well-known Somerville' punter, who,-with his friends, had a nice win. The Hastings contingent look ed well and hearty after the meeting. .They are. such good losers. that it was impossible to tell whether they .were affected by the slaughter of Libanus ! It is rumored that a prominent Somerville footballer is about to take "a plunge into- the sea of matrimony." Congratulations ! A committee meetini of the New Year's Day Athletic Sports will be held at Frankston this (Friday)-eveniig to arrange the programme. It is mooted that the improve ment of the Frankston Park will be discussed: ' "We can raise £100 towards it," says Secretar...

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Anti Liquor League Lecture at Somerville [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

Anti liquor beague Liec ture at Somerville Various towns on the Peninsu la have been- recently visited says our Somerville correspon dent-by "..lecturer connected with the. Anti-Liquor League of Victoria. Somerville was thus favored oih .Sept 12th,. wheri Mr E,}-Sc~ire Nicholson gave. his well-known lantern talk on Pro hibition. Mr-Nicholson appears t6. be.well primed with facts and figures to prove the .physical, so cial and economic advantages of this great reform. "A fair num ber attended, and showed appre ciation:of his effoit bypassinga vote of thanks and responding to the financial appeal by subscrib ing.the.. handsome sum of £16 to furtlher the propaganda work of the League amongst the 'leople.

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CARRUM v HOFFMAN'S CARRUM [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

SCAARUM v HOFFMAN'S CARRUM Biggs, sen, run out 3 Carlson, c Mynott b Haggart 24 Forsyth, b Cahill 3 Wright, c Mynott b Haggart i E. Biggs, c and b Gurkins 8 Mathewson, b J. Mynott 1 Green, retired 14 Allen, run out 11 Stride, b P. Mynott 1 Boyd, b P. Mynott 0 Tregent, not out 1 Sundries 1 Total 68 Bowling-P. Mynott 2 x 10, J. vlynott 1 x 6, Haggart 2 x 12, S. Cahill 1 x 15, Gurkins 1 x 16, G. Bell 0 x 4, Hillard 0 x 4, Wharrie Ox 1. Oxl. k HOFFMAN'S Haggart,'retired 23 G. Mynott, b Carlson 2 Cahill, b Biggs, senr 14 . Mynott, c Ma'thson b Biggs 2 Graham, st Carlson b Biggs 5 turkins, st Carlson b Allan 3 Bell, b Biggs 2 P. Mynott, b Wright 6 Vharrie, st Carlson b Forsyth 2 Vhitmore, c Ma'son b Forsyth 1 Iillard, not out S 1 Sundries . Total 62 Bowling-Carlson 1 x 5, Boyd 0 x 13, E. Biggs 0 x 10, Biggs senr 4 x 8, Stride 0 x 5, Allan ix 11, Forsyth 2 x 8, Wright 1 x 1. (Carrum won by 6 runs) Frankston Club's team to visit Seaford t6-morrow :- Aitkin, J. McComb, Jennings, Cameron, E. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

Frankston DirectoryL. Established 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Lato A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston --'I- Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash W1 H. PIKE LATE LI.F . Begs to Notify the Public of Frankston and District that, on Saturday, October 1st. he will open business as ra Baker and Pastry Cook in new and up-to-date premises in Wells Street - FRANKSTON - Mrs M. Wood Hairdresser & Tobacconist Best Brands of Tobacco and Cigars .kept in stock. hews CgenUc? Agent for The Age, the Herald, the Truth, the Weekly Times, the Leader, and the Standard ......... (the local paper). ........ Bay Street. Frankston AS YOU LIKE IT. 4I OOD NEWS-W. Clarke, Frank ston's leading butcher, has reduced Meat from id to 3d per lb. MORRIS AND OUTRAM Family Butcher Playne Street FRAN KSTON Top Quality Meats Small Goods Fresh Every Day Telephone No. 20 -Frankston. :PITU R ES : Frankston Pictures Company Limited Saturday Night Helen Jerome Eddy, D...

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Alleged Breaches of Covenant [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

Alleged Breaches of . Covenant -In the County Court last week -before Judge Dethbridge-Al exander McKinnon, of the Prince of Wales Hotel, Frankston, sued Mrs .1?ary Garrood, of Frankston; a former licensee, for an alleged 'breach of. covenant to keep the premises in good order and re pair; and claimed "£216 6s 6d da mages. A settlement was arrived at by mutual consent, judgment' being entered .for McKinnon for £50 damages,- each side paying their own costs.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

DEATH. JONES.-On the 19th September, at private hospital, eiourlno, Sara', the dearly. beloveon wife of Edward Jones, Sprlug Farm, Mlooroodue, sand loring mother of John E., Emma (Mrs Woodh?nae), Mlary (irea MorriS),. George E., Fradcis W.; Alice G. (\lrs Shopherd), and Charles W., in .her 75th :year..-A pioneer' of53 years In thb.MJlorning. ton dietriot THANKS. - :-- " 1R and HRS A. E. GUY dosire to express their Iieartfelt thank to the resldenlt of Frankaton and dis triet for the sympathy extended to them in toe and loes of their little eon. They acknowledge with feelling of gratitude the thoughtful kindness of those who sent letters, cards and floral tributese. To the public who throughout have been so practical in their sympathy Air and Mrs Guy re turn most grateful thanks, which they cannot adequately express in w rdes.

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Miss Dorathea Macmaster Pleases the Critics [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

Miss Dorathea Macmaster Pleeses the Critics All the musical critics have eulogised Miss Dorathea Macma ster's efforts at the recent con cert given by the Musical Society of Victoria in the Assembly Hall. The music critic of "Punch" comments on the skill displayed by the talented pianiste in her treatment of Brahm's Rhapsody, and states. that she played Cho pin's Scherzo in C Sharp Minor in brilliant style.

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The Standard. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1921. THE WEEK'S EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

L?,1. tll- ~Il'b l . FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1921. THE WEEK'S EPITOME. Mra Thomas Harrison, of Morn. ington, was placed third itl the ladies bending race, ait the IRoyal Show, yesterday.- 'he,-howovor, won the fourth heat. There was a good muster at the old cricket ground last, Saturday ufter noon, when a workiDg "bee" did good work in preparing the oval for the coming seoeoe. Frauketon has been admitted to the Glenhantley cricket association. A public meeting, under the auspices of the Frankston branch of the Victorian Protestant Fed eration, will be held in the 1Mechanics'- Hall on Tuesday, 27th September, at 8 o'clock, when an address will be delivered by Rev. B. B. Toi. A good musical programme has been arranged. The committee of the Frank ston branch of the H. and A. Association meet next Monday night to consider the prize list as revised by the sub-committee. The Frankston branch of the Australian Womens' , National League intend holding a meeting and social in the Mechanics' Ha...

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Tanti Market Report [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

Santi marKet Keport Adamson, Strettle & Co report that owing to the objectionable weather the.. yarding- of -cattle, sheep and pigs at the last Tanti market was not as large as usual. However. milkrs brought. £17 10s; springers V£16,- and light bullodk £8. Fat sheep brought 21s 9d and store pigs £2 ls wh ilat a.Jerse heifer _eis ff2. Bacpneraalso oldwelLU

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