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Somerville Jersey Herd Mr Hutchinson's Herd In Standard Herd Test [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921
Somerville Jersey Herd Mr Hutchinson's Herd In Standard Herd T'st "The Journal of Agriculture," in its September issue, publishes a photo of "Beauty 4th of Somer ville," owned by Mr J. Hutchin son, of Somerville. This beauti ful animal is a Jersey, born in 1915, and was sired by Annette 2nd's Twylish of Kingsvale. She has just been placed fourth in order of merit for cows over four years in the Standard Herd Test for 1920-21 conducted by the De partment.of.Agriculture. In the previous year's test, she produc ed 9,099 lbs of milk (503.99 lbs butter fat), the average test be ing 5.54 ; the present season fig ures read-10,536 lbs of milk, 5.15 average test, 543.22 lbs but ter fat. 'Beauty 4th of Somer ville," therefore, ranks as one of the finest Jersey cows in Austra lia. Another of Mr Hutchinson's famous Jersey cows, "Audrey of Somerville," by the same sire, was 44th on the list, which em braced 301 competitors. She pro duced 8,142 lbs of milk, the aver age test being 5.22. In the se...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921
a Frankston Directoryn?. YE OLDE ENGLISHE Crumpets IVJADE BY A. T. WALTERS IBAY STREET BAKERY FRANKSTON" DAIRY Fra ikston' Pure Milk Supply W. J. OATES Pure Milk, direct from the Owner's well known Dairy Parm , Customers may confidently roly on the purity and High class Quality of the milk supply. Csws milked under strict personal eupervision. Milk treated by latest scientifin appliances, render ing contamination impossible. Agent for Clutterbuck's Blackstone Oil Engines, Cliff & Bunting's Chailcuttsrs and Grain Crusbers, &o Simplex l ilking Machines. Phone-87 BAY=st., Frankston S(LATE A.I.F.) &lt; Playne Street, Frankston Coachbuilders, Horseshoers - eneral 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 Frankston.:P...
"The Little Grey Mouse" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921
"The Little Grey Mouse" Last Saturday's entertainment was attended by a large and ap preciative audience. Earl Rodney and Helen Darl ing made merry inhone of Chris tie's comedies by way of ope?inii: the programme. "The Broadway Bubble" burst in all its magnificence and mag-; nitude of narrative. The dual role by Corinne Griffith was at tractively done. But, when a man doesn't know his own wife from her twin sister, as in this story, it makes one think theire must be a lot of mugs amongst the Yan kee husbands l The best picture, however, was Mae Murray's "A.B.C of Love"' -a story with-real humor in it. Girls as innocent as the one Mae portrayed do not exist-not on earth, anyhow ! As the 'ussie, leading Mae's hubby astray; Do rothy Greeni made a good hit. .. Vampires alivays do I Last Wednesday night, "Bride 13" was advanced yet another stage. The next episode is "The Tarantula's Trail" - our printer's devil explains that a tarantula is a -small Texas insect, about the size rof a baby...
Capt Bruce and the Strike [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921
Capt Bruce and the Strike We have received two lengthy, but interesting, letters written by Captain Bruce, M.P, (who is at present representing Austra lia at the Assembly of the Leag ue of Nations at Geneva) to Mr George Maxwell, M.P. His many friends at Frankston and else where throughout the Peninsula will regret to learn that he has not enjoyed the best of health since his arrival in England. Captain Bruce had a recurrence of his old Gallipoli complaint prior to leaying Australia, but he was hopeful of being able to "shake it off" during the voy age. In this he was disappoin ted, and on arrival in London he consulted a specialist, who ord ered him to bed for a fortnight. "I am glad to say his efforts were successful," says Captain Bruce "and at the moment I am quite restored to health and am feeling extremely fit." After six weeks spent in Paris and various parts of France, Mr Bruce crossed the Channel, and found England going through the greatest financial and industrial upheava...
NORTH PENINSULA ASS TION. SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921
NORTH PENINSULA ASS TION. SOMERVILLE. G. Grant, c T. Pearce b Barton 44 Martin, c Hillman b Moore 37 Thornell, b S. Pearce 30 Knuckey, lbw, b McConville 0 Mlillingtou, not out / I1 K. Unthank, b S. Pearce 5 Sundries 6 Total for 5 wickets 187 Bowling-Vale 0 x 30, Fitzgerald 0 x 16, Hillman 0 x I5, Moore 1 x 16, Barton 1 x 21, McConvlle I x 22, S. Pea.ce 2 x 11. PEARCEDALE. Vale, b Thornell 26 Noll, b Thornell 10 Newman, b Tlhrnell 0 McConville. b Knuckey itlzgKrald, bKnuckey 2 3. Pearce, b Williams 0 Hillman, b Gregory 9 Bartou, run out 4 T..Pearce, b Williams a 0 K. Pearce, b Gregory 0 Moore, not out 2 Sundries 9 Total 56 Bowiliug-Thornell 3 x 29 ; Knack ey 2 x 20, Gregor 2 x 7, Williams 2 omerve w by 5 wkt & 81 (Soi erville woon by . wkte& 81i runs)
Hastings Residents Assist Widow and Family Hastings, Oct 21st [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921
Hastings Residents Assist Widow: and Family. Hastings, Oct 21st A very-successful working bee was held on Saturday last, the object being in building a-house for the widow and family of the late Sante Marabella. The'towns people and. employes of Warner & Hamilton, -of Crib Point, rolled up in force and soon the scene was one of' great activity, all working well, for the cause. By nightfall the house was well on its' way to completion and the next working bee on Saturday, October " 1st should see'it com pleted. 'The committee wish to sincerely' thank all the workers wlio so kindlygave-their services for the good cause.
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921
TYABB. H. Denham, b Stewart 8 Longmunir, a Abel, b Stewart 9 G. Slocombe, a Bennetts. b Rogers 45 J* Grant, b Stewart 0 F. Mille, b Stewart. 80 H. Unthank, a Bennetts. b Rogers 19 A. Noble, a Stewart, b BeLnette 26 O'Nelll, not out 22 Sundries 21 Total, 7 tor 180 Bowling --4 x 3O, Bennetti, I x 30 Rogers 2 x 45. Josepha and Lake also bowled. CRIB POINT. Joseps, o Baker, b Mills 4. Stewart, b Baker . 2 Gable, b Baker 0 lake, a H. Noble, b Baker 2 W. Allen, b Baker Bennettb. b Baker 11 ':.. L Rogersl,.b.w, b O'Neill 4 Huckstick, not out 1 ; uandrloe 1 Total, 7 for 26 Bowltng-Mill, 1 z 9, Jack Baker, 5 x 10, O'Neill, 1 x 4. Tyabd won by 156 runs. The visitors only had 8 players.
New Businesses Advertised in To-Day's Issue [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921
New Businesses Rdvertised in To-Day's Issue We particularly desire to draw the attention of our -readers to Mr. J. L. Pratt's striking advt on this page, which should inter eats the housewives very keenly. Mrs Edith ,Ihgs also has an int eresting 'annqunicement on page two, whilst Mr W. J Wittington announces thathe has started a saddlery buqiness at Frankston: Mr Wittington was for more than 20 years with- Foster's, -the Melbourne saddlers, so there is no necessity to, refer to his qualifications, w¢hich,.iihnthis case is quite obyious.. : . .
GENERAL MATCHES. TYABB II v HASTINGS II TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921
GENERAL MATCHES. TYABB II v HASTINGS II TYABB. R. Borley, a and b J. Marabella 6 B Noble, a Mfrabelle, b Langholz 4 Campbell, a Bevridge b J Marabella 1 Ken Grant, b Langholz 5 Alan Hodgins, bJ. Marabella 0 Storey, l.b.w., b Ned Marabella 2 O. Tbornell, a and b Sheehey - 6 Hs Thornell, c and b J. Romeo 8 Holley, not out 11 Lee Mills, a Langholz b Adams 27 Sundries 24 Total 90 \Bowling--Langholz 2 x 12, J. A'arabella, 4 x 5, J. Romeo, 1 x 5, Ned Marabella, 1 x 3, A. Sheehey, 1 x 4, Greires, 0 x 12, Bradley, 0 x 10 Beveridge. 0 x 14, Adams, I x 1. HASTINGS. Beveridge. b Holley 5 Sheebey, b 0.. Thornell 23 N. Marabells, a Boreley b K. Grant 23 J. Marabells, b K. Grant 2 J. Romeo, b O. Thorhell 12 Grlves, b Holley 4 F. Smltb, b Holley 0 Bradley, a R. Borley, b Bert Noble 24 Amendola, b O. Thornell ... Laugholz, bO. Thornell 0 Adams, not out ' 2 Sundries 13 Total 116 Bowling --. Thornell, 4 x 32, J. Holley, 3 x 33, Grant, 2x 11. H . Thornoll, 0 for I9, Bert Noble I xIO.
LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921
L ANGWARRIN Bowell, b Wilson 3 Young, b Wilson 2 Simcock, 6 Wilson 6 Peters, c Wilson b Doxey 3 J. Ridout, b Wilson, 9 H. Ridout, c Wilson b Doxey 12 E. Wilson, b Wilson I Whittingham, o and b Wilson 7 Capon, run out . 2 Male, not out ' 1 Grant, b Pummeroy 0 Sundries 10 Total 47 Bowling-Murray 0 x 8,' Wilson 6 x 15, Doxoy 2 12, Andrews 0 x I, Pummeroy I x I. MOOROODUC. Andrews, b Bowell 3 Auderhon, coBowell bJ. Ridout 6 Lilywhite, o Witt'gham b J. Ridout 5 J Wilson, lbw,. b Wilson I4 Doxey, o nud b J. Ridout 20 Murray, b Bowell 27 Reg Griersou, not out 29 Cavell, c Bowell b H. Ridout I B. Grierson, b Bowell I3 Lucas, b J. Ridout 10 Sundries 5 Total 7 wickets for 130 Bowling -J. Ridont 4 x 27, Bowell 3 x30, Wilson I x 28,.. Simcock Ox 18, H. Ridout 1 for 16, Capon 0 x 7. Moorooduo won by 81 runs
Huge Sea Lion Lands on Long Island [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921
Huge Sea Lion Lands o n Long Island Something in the nature of a mild sensation was caused am ongst strollers along the beach on Thursday. morning by the ap pearance of a huge sea lion on Long Island. The mammoth mam mal came ashore twice ju'st at the rear of Miss Walker's resi dence, but did not stay long on shore. He, standing erect, ap peared to stand at least five or six feet high, and would weigh something like a ton or there abouts. An eye witness claims that it was considerably larger than the specimen in the Aqtuar ium. The Long Island visitor was of the somewhat rare glossy brown variety, and would be ex tremely valuable. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921
Frankston . Directory_ This Is Good ALATd C 1ANLEIGfL LUNCHEON x SAUSAGE IR EDUCED (again) 3d per lb. Made from Choicest Selected Meats. Deliciously. smoked and seasoned -just the thing for your lunch. Ask your Grocer. for Lloyd & Son's Sugar Cured Hams and Bacon and "Cran leigh" Luncheon Sausage & Pure Lard. Manufactured by J. LLOYD & SONS PTY LTD '.-. Bacon Curers, "Cranleigh," Franketon. - WOOD AND COAL YARD PLAYNE STREET, SAVINSANK FRANKSTON HARRISON AND GOLDS -. 1 ft BLOCKS 2 ft FIREWOOD and BLACK HOUSEHOLD COAL I BLACK & BROWN COAL FOR SALE Firewood Cut to Any Lengths .... Special Quote for Quantities O, ders Delivered Promptly Er BAY ESTATE AGENCY W M R. J. M. MACMASTER has opened an Agenoy at Frankston, and will be pleased to receive particulars of Seaside, Orch ard, and'Farming Properties, for which he has buyers. Mr. Mao master has long been in constant communication with loading cen tres in N.S.W. and Queeinsand, and has special facnilities...
Somerville [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921
-Somerville Mr Paddy Gomnm, who recently sold his property, known as "'Jll undia." on the Mornington Road, has again acquite.d it, having par chabased from Mr Ter.es at a aatis factory figure. The members of the Dramatic So ciety held a meeting on Monday evening last to decide as to its future. After'diacusalon, it was unanimone[y agreed that it was desirable to con tiune its efforts. The society was formally constituted and called "The Somerville Dramati Society," the following gentlemen being appointed oficial. ;-- President, Mr W. Tinkler; secretary and treasurer, Mr J. Knoc key; stage manager, Mr J. A. Naira. It was deoided to stage another com edy,. entitled "The Aviator." The net proceeds of the last performance were £15, which la to be handed over to the local Disabled Footballers' Fund. The "Australian Tea" that the Fruitgrowers' Ladies' Guild have for some time been preparing was beld in the Horticultural Hall on Saturday laset. A fair attendance reenlted, and a good sum re...
Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921
Repatriatioli Notes Returned Soldiers are invited to apply to this Committee for advice before entertaining business pro posals of any kind. Those Soldiers and Dependents needing assistance, sustenance, &c.. are hereby notified that by personal application to any of the undersigned members of committee, forms and advice may be obtained :-Messrs Oates (chairman), C. Gray, W. S. Hartland, S. Sherlock, W. P. Mason, T. J. McMurtrie and E. Barrett. Employers are requested to notify the Committee of any vacancy sultable for returned men. Persons having Businesses or Property. &c., to sell suitable to Returned Soldiers are earn estly invited to communicate particu lars to the Committee. E. BARRETT, Hon. See, Repatriation Franksttn
The Shire Council Somerville—September 8th [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921
The Shire Council i Somerville-September 8th Present:-Crs Longmair, McLean, Alden, Jones, Murray, Unthank. Wells, Oates, Armstrong, Latham, Howell. May, Walker, Gray and Mason, : ' Correspondence. From Secretary, Natioual Road Association. asking for contribution.. -No action.- - Chas Hammond; asking:permission to erect boat shed at Davey's Bay.. - Granted. - S. Steopdhenos 're road works in progress, 'asking that wood cutters be notified that they will be held responsible, for damage done to: fences.-Secretary to attend. Municipal Association, stating that annual conference will be held on the 19th and .20th October...-Presi dent to attend. Grierson Bros, asking that, road to their.property be.. improed, and offering to 'do.workl for £7 10s.-Ac cepted, on the. motion- of Crs Alden and Unthank. . . . Country. Roads.Board, re approval of the acceptance- of J. D. Hodgins' tender for metalling of 10,687 feet of the Point Nepean- Road for the snm of £7147 3s 9d, stating ithat Board had ...
CAULFIELD AND MOORABBIN. McKINNON First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921
CAULFIELD AND MOORABBIN. McKINNON First Innings. Sutherland, b Burton 17 Moorehead, a 1McComb b Burton' 7 Lindberg, lbw, b Burton 4 Shores, a nod b" Kemp 6 J. Lees, b Kemp 0 Pincott, not out 21 Hunt, c Watkins b Kemp 4 Reyuolds, b Kemp 0 Baker, c Watkins b Kemp. 0 Chalk, a Irwin b Burton 0 W. Lees, c Earl b Burton 2 Sundries 2 Total 65 Bowling-Kemp 5 x 38, Burtou 5 s 23 FRANKSTON. First Innings Irwin, lbw, b Calk - 19 Earl; b Lindberg 16 Patterson, b Moorehead 12 Watkins, o Hunt b Chalk 7 Jolly, b Moorehecad 3 Burton, a W. Lees b Moorehead S Kemp, b Chalk 1 Kennedy, not out 14 Hanton, a Sutherland bl Moorehead 0 Donue, st Pincott b Chalk 0 McComb, run out 2 Sundries 10 Total ' 94 Bowling--Linbera 1 x 30,: Shores 0 -x 18, Reynolds 0 x 2, Mooreheanl 4 x 17, Chalk 4 x 10. Frankstou are leadink by,29 runs