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BITTERN v NAVAL DEPOT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

BITTERN v NAVAL DEPOT Bittern defeated Naval Depot by 3 Trns, but no scores have been sent. Will the Mecretaries oblige in future? Lieut - Commander Vaugban Lewie made 80 runs for the winners, and al so kept wickete in good style.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. HASTINGS. Le Huray. Ibw, b Bennetts 23 Knex, b De la Haye 2 Floyd, b Bennette 10 Marabella, b Bennetts 6 Whitehead, a la Haye h Bennette 12 Reid, b Davon 33 Carmichael, not out 14 Sundries 1 Total 6 for 101 Bowling-Benuetts 4 x 38, Davon 1 x 24, De la Haye 1 x 43 FRENCH ISLAND. Davon, b Marabella , 4 Thompson, c Marabella b Reid 14 A. Bennett-, e MDarasblla b Reid 9 Ratford, a Carmichael b-r aribella 8 Dl De In Iluye, b.Floy.l1 12 Renwick, b Mnrabella 0 R. De la Haye a Whitehead b Floyd 7 E. Bennetts, not'out 2 Dnocher,.not out Sundries 4 . Total 7 for 61 Bowling-Floyd 2 x 15, Marabella 3 x 13, Reid 2 x 19. (Game declared a draw)

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Interesting Ejectment Case at Mornington [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

Interesting Ejectment Case at Mornington An application made by Mrs Mary Dalton, formerly of Hast ings, for the ejectment of the li censee, J.R. O'Gorman, from the Royal Hotel, Mornington, was refused at the Mornington Police court on the grounds that the present licensee had a verbal ag reement for a renewal of the lease. The applicant, who was ordered to pay costs, purchased the property some months ago for something like £8000.

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Old Residents of Peninsula as Shire Presidents [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 September 1921

Old Residents of Peninsula as Shire Presidents   All the Shire Presidents for the various Shires on the Penin sula for the ensuing year have been elected, and in every in- stance the position has been fil- led by men of integrity with wide experience in municipal matters and a sound knowledge of the Peninsula requirements. The appointment of Cr William Longmuir as President of Frank- ston and Hastings has already been reported in these columns. Mornington has chosen Cr J. G. Barrett as its President. No man should "know the ropes" better than he, for during his 20 years councillorship he has been presi- dent five or six times. In the Flinders shire, Cr Buckley, of Balnarring, succeeds Cr Wetten- hall as president, a position, he is not new to. Another old identity in Cr William Brunt is Cran- bourne's new president.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 30 September 1921

SIIRE OF FRANKSTON AND LASTINGS Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for the Year ending September 30th, 1920. SReceipts. hESI. - - Frak.eton Trut SIr. - . Tut1. Seafordltiding Riang Oentre Riding East tding. Account •To ialanco. Sepi. 80, 1910- 48 4 7 £ 8 1 c - ,, OverdraftLoan .. .. 2000 0 0 250 0 0 7 0 0 600 0 0 400 00 ,, Rates-Current ' ;... 3085 i4 11 5692 12 10 1651. 4 5 889 1'9 552 15 1. . Overpaid ... 0 5 1 13 0 15 9 S., Arrr o . 2 019 6 11110 92 0 5 45 1 9 31 4 6 ,,..Interest oi Iltans.;. .;. ° .... 21 0 I9 -:7 2 8 7 19 5 3 15 7 2 3 1 ,:Endowment' ... ... : ... 218 0 2 17 80 12 03 6 0 42 4 0 , Honor Avenue ..... 3 1 0 03 .10 0 . S,,ILicresB-Equjy!1enpt for- :... 177 0 0 26 7 6 63 2 Gi ":.0 18 0 30" 1 0 ,: O:R.B. Adjust.>oet , ..-. -...- ** 10 14 8 - :10 148 " - , Heather Hill B o :... .. 14 2 0 : 14 '2 0 - :,, Gould Street . ... -.. ... 397 14. 3 897 14 i. ,, Heather Hill oi'-.. 420 0 0 420 0 0 . - - ., Pan Fees Overpaid ... ...: 7 2 " ,, Pan Fees-Current ... .. 711 17 ...

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THE WEEK'S EPITOME [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 30 September 1921

TIE.. HI WT EK'S,pPITOMEU ? Brings "Thoe Standard" to yi you by post every week for twelve months. There', value in it.

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LANGWARRIN NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 30 September 1921

LANGWARRIN NOTES The large audience that foregath ered in the Langwarrin Recreation Hall was a striking tes'imony to the popularity of Mr and rMrs John Clarke, of Homewood. During a residence of over 30 years they have assisted in every public movement to advance the welfare of local residents. The social evening was considered necessary to make a presentation to Miss Clarke prior to her marriage with Mr James Clarke, of Ouyen. It was appropriate that the presenta tion should be made by Cr W. J. Oates, of,Frankaton Shire, for he has known the young lady all her life. The gift consisted of- a silver hot water kettle and teapot combined. with a spirit- stand. It was a beautiful example of the sil versmith's art. And: then came the wedding day. The Anglican Church, was tastefully decorated by the young lady members of . the church and their admirers. The window sills were festooned with asparagus ferns and erica, while the doorway and arch were decorated with bridal creeper and, beauti...

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The Progress Executive Meets at Carrum and Discusses Various Matters [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 30 September 1921

The Progress Executive Meets at Carrum and Discusses Various Matters tiý7 ° ' The monthly meeting of the E,x ecotivo of the Combined Progress Associations was held on Saturday night last at Carrum. Present Messrs S. Spielvogel (president), of Carrum Asesclation, Roy Beardsworth (Chelsea), Henderson Hendy and Mapperson (Edithvalo), B. Wiltshire (Seaford), R. H. Rodda (Long Island) W. Crawford Young, iFranksaton). secretary. The Railway Commissioners wrote acknowledging receipt of suggestions forwarded by the Executive for the improvement of the railway summer time table on the Fratikston line. The Fire Underwriters Associa tion also wrote promising to consider the suggestioni that the Frankston area sneould be extended beyond M3ile Bridge.. -= A deputation, consisting of Messrs Rodda, Boardsworth and the 'presl dent was appointed to' wait: on" ths Underwriters Association to further urge this matter, and to secure a reoduction in nsurance rates in areas served by thnPaninsala water s...

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The Second Association MR ED. OSBORNE WINS His Nearest Opponent, Mr. Len. Spencer, Finishes 175 Away. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 30 September 1921

SThe Second Association MR ED. OSBORNE WINS His Nearest Opponent, Mr. Len. Spencer, Finishes 175 Away. This. contest was robbed of much of its interest to the general public, owing to resolving itself into i straight-out fight between two:Frankston players. The vot ing from Langwarrin and Tyabb, however, was good. Results :- 1 Edward Osborne, Frankston 394 .2 Len Spencer, Frankston.. 219 3 Charles Bond, Langwarrini ::57 After 32 players had dropped out, the:.following, .wvho 'reached double figures, remained : - Leslie Cole,'Tyabb., 51 Cecil Male, Laigwvarrin 45 Sydney Clarke, Somerville - 34 Walter Thornell, Somerville 30 Wilfred Bowe, Frankston . 21 Frank Matson, Frankston .17 Keith Tait, Frankston, . -_ 11 The winner, Mr Edward Os borne,. commanded the leading position practically throughout, but for quite a long time Mr Len Spencer- kept close . handy, until the last'day or'two, when Mr Os borne drew'away, and won rather easily by -175 votes to spare. ' He is a native of Frankst...

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Tyabb Cricket Topics Mr G. G. Cole Elected President Tyabb, Sept 26 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 30 September 1921

Tyabb Cricket Topics Mr G. G. Cole Elected ,'resident :.Tyabb. Sept 26 The veteran Tyabb footballer. George Slocombe, is to be pre sented with a suitably inscribed gold medal by the Tyabb Foot ball Club in recognition of serv ices rendered. Cliff Van is to receive the ball which was used in the premiership match. The annual meeting of the Ty abb Cricket Club was held on the 20th inst, when Mr G. G. Cole presided. There was a fine attendance, and the utmost en thusiasm prevailed. The balance sheet' disclosed a deficiency of £4 17s 5d, which was mainly due to the dearth of players last sea son and the excessive cost of ma terial. The balance sheet was ad opted on the motion of Messrs G. G. Cold and A. J. Noble, The sum of £5 15s was realised in the room as subscriptions, and this showed a desire to wipe out the debt. The President (Mr G.C G. Cole) and one vice-president, Mr J. D. Grant (the other being Mr E. Lillywhite), the Treasurer (Mr J. F. Baker)-and Secretary (Mr H. T. Noble) we...

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SEAFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 30 September 1921

'SEAFORDt The- monthly meeting of the Seaford Progress Association was held' on Saturday :evening 17th 'inst. Present, Cr Armstrong, (in the chair), Cr Howell; and Messrs Martorana, Cotton, Wilson Martin; ' Skipperi (2) .Gration and Klauer (secretary.) Discussion took place in con nection with the letter received from the State Rivers and Water Supply' Commission, - askiig :to what extent the residents would assist in- financing the scheme proposed for providing water for Kananook Creek by the drainage of the Hallam-Berwick country. The meeting 'considered that in the absence of any definite scheme, or approximate cost, the residents interested could not be expected to give a decision. It was decided to. write to the Commissioners asking them to supply all details possible. Ori receipt of 'the information the secretary was directed to call a call a special meeting, and.to.in vite the attendance of Frarikston and Long .Island Associations. Cr Howell reported that 'the counicil had no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 30 September 1921

(arrumii'anb $eaforb ~Director2 Seacombe House Opposite Station A Beach Frontage Phone I Carrum CARRU Phone 1 Carrum 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, etc. ........ BOARDING. ESTABLISHMENT, Good Accommodation. A Home away from Home. Motor Accessories & Oils Benzin, &c stocked. Only the Best Brands and Makes in Stock. Confectionary, Soft Drinks, Soda Fountain, Tobacco Cigarettes, Cigars, &c., . ibouse and Iand Agency CARRUJMI If you want to buy or sell a Farm, House or Land try ........ Robertson & Co The Land Salesmen, Carrum HALLO ! The Man that Broke the Butcher's Ring I Still going strong I Who's that'? FO RRE5 T The Carrum Butcher Sides of Mutton 539d'; Corn Beef from 43d. Watch Next Week's Paper and don't forget the Carrum Butchery. Further Reductions. Delivery everyday. Leave name and address at the Post Offi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 30 September 1921

.stanbimhed 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston -U----) - Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash IMrs E. D. Ings desires to notify the public of Frankatou and the district generally that she has purchased the Ham & Beef Depot formerly carried on by Mrs Burns and trusts by civility and clean liness and by supplying nothing but the best in Cooked Meats, Ham and Bacon, Eggs, Butter, Honey, Tinned Fish, etc, to merit a con tinuance of the public patronage. Afternoon Tea and Grills are available at all hours. ::: ::: :: Note the address Bay Street = - Frankston (20 years as General Hand wih L. Foster S& Son, Melbourne) Informs the public of Frankston and district that he has commenced business as..... ,, SADDLER ., First-class Workmanship, Guaranteed at Melbourne Prices. Note the address-Next to Brown & Muir's, the blacksmiths Playne Street ..:.. _Frankston THE CORNER STORE V. WELLS ...

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Frankston Cricket Club [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 30 September 1921

FPankston Cricket Club Mr W. M., Hanton, sec Franks ton Cricket Club, wishes to ack nowledge'.the following amounts -W. Kemp £3 3s, Dr Maxwell aid A. D. Box £2 2s each, D. Dickenson £111s 6d, Brigadier General Griinwade £1 Is, D. Ken nedy.£1, B. Baxter R. Baxter, A. Aiken, J. McComb, C. Willox, H. McComb and J. D. Jennings, lOs 6d each.. A practisematch will le.: played on, Saturday, Oct ýti to choose a team for the op ening miatch.

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Methodist Honor Board [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 30 September 1921

,Methodist Honor Board% Although extra seatiug aecooumo datlon was provided at'tbe Frankston Methodist Church last Sunday even log, the spacious building proved too emall for the multitude that assom bled to take part in the Remembrance Service, an4 many were compelled tr stand in the porches. Members of the Shire Council were present in their represontative capacity, and the local branch of the Returned Sol diers' Association attended in a body. A large Union Jack huoS from the pulpit rails, ard a maller flag draped the Honor Board, at the rear of the pulpit. Roev C. Angwin conducted the ser vice, which was of a most inspiring character throughout. A strong choir led the singing, in which the oongro. gation joined with spirit. Miss Barnard presided at the organ, and the choir gave a fine rendering of the anthem, "The Sun shall be ns mort," Rev. Angwi, after extending a welcome to the Returned Soldiers and the Shire Conncillots, expressed pleasure at being able to iutroduce Senator ...

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Anniversary Services at Langwarrin [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 30 September 1921

Anniversary Services at Lsangwarrin The anniversary, services :f the Methodist Sunday School were held on Sunday, 11th September, when Mr Keith Bennett preached at both the afternoon and evening services, at which there were large congregations. On the Monday evening following a concert and coffre supper was held, the Rev C. Angwin occupying the chair. There was a large attendance, The fine weather and the purpose'for which the concert was held attracted many from Frankston and other dis tricts At.the conclusion of the pro gramme. prizes were handed out to the scholars. The following pro gramme was .gone through :-Dialo gue, '!Buildingo)f the Suuday School,' Scholars; solo, M issVines (encored); recitation, " They didn't think,". Keith, Murray; action song, ".Rock the cradle," Scholars; solo, Miss Myra Clark;" recitation, Pictures in the fire,"Jean Goiidle'; solo, Mr Dodd. (encored); recitation, Harry Clarke; aotion song, ".Winter," Sobo" lars; recitation, " Jack Frost at work," Haz...

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The Standard. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1921. Farewell to Miss Gale [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 30 September 1921

S lJIe .Stinbn)rb FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1921. Farewell to Miss Gale Miss Ella Gale who has been promoted to the Greta West State School, was entertained at a fare well social in the Frankston Met hodist School Hall on Friday last. Rev. C. Angwin presided. Items were rendered by Misses G. Twining, J. Sherlock, V. Renouf, Dulcie Logan, Mrs Angwin and Mr J. McComb, Reference was made to the willing and valuable services rendered from time to time by the guest of the evening, and the esteem in which she is held, by Mesdames Angwin and Twining, and Messrs Millard and Jennings. The chairman spoke highly of Miss Gale's good work and her many fine qualities, and on behalf of the members of the congregation presented her with a handsome Xylonite set brush comb and mirror, wivhing her God's speed. Mr Gale re plied on behalf of his daughter.

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The Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 30 September 1921

The Progress Association. The annual meeting of the FraLk ston Progress Association was held on Tuesday evening last. The presi dent, Mr H. Vicars, read the annual report, in which he referred to the activities of the Association during the past twelve months, and ex pressed the hope that the ensuing term would witness a great growth of public interest in affairs con nected with the development and progress of the town. The secretary (Mr W. C. Young) presented the financial statement which showed a credit balance of £1 10s, and a membership numbering twenty nine. The secretary also re ported that the monthly meetings of delegates of the combined associa tions between Aspendale and Frank ston were being developed on suc cessful lines, several matters of im portance, such re the reduction of fire insurance rates, and railway matters, receiving close attention. The fact that the Government was at last acting in conoection with a scheme for the development of the Kananook Creek was one ...

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Sporting Notes SOME NEWSY TATILE BY "STRATHMORE" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 30 September 1921

Sportingrites I " @ee SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRAIHMORE" 3 Cricket ! It's in' the air ! Everywhere 1 And on the Peninsula particu larly. It's a revival. Crib Point, Tyabb and Hast ings are likely to put very strong teams in the field. French Island, Bittern, Moo rooduc, Pearcedale and the Naval Base are ready for the fray. 'Somerville wants tof6orm a se cond association to comprise So merville, Mornington, Mooroo duc, Pearcedale and a second Frankston. The Peninsula Association's annual meeting at Hastings to morrow night. All clubs invited to send delegates. Frankston goes into the Caul field and Moorabbin Association -which comprises 25 clubs, or is it more than that? ?: . A detailed report of Tyabb's annual meeting appears else where in to-day's issue. Bert Le Huray is proving him self a.busy isecretary down Has tings way.. A man went .into Parker's the other day, and asked for "a drop of policemen's boots." .He wan ted some No. 10 whisky I Every-cricket enthusiast hopes T.. J. -M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 30 September 1921

.Frankston Directory. YE OLDEA ENGLISHE Crumpets - ADE BY A. T. WALTERS: BAY STREET BAKERY W H. PIKE LATE A.I.F Begs 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 iiito-date premises in "Wells Street - FRANKSTONI - FRANKSTON" DAIRY * Fra ikston' Pure Milk Supply W. J. OATiS" Pure Milk, direct from the Owner's well known Dairy PFrrm Customers may.coneidently rely on the purity And High class Quality of the milk supply. Cows milked under strict -personal Eupervision. Milk treated by latest scientific appliances, render ing contamination impossible. Agent for CLutterbuck's Blackatone 011 Engines, Cliff & Bunting's Chatfcuttsrs and-Grain Crushers; &o' Simplix S. ilking Machines. " Phone-37 | BAY=st., Frankston (LATE A.I.F.) Playne Street, Franhaton BROWN & UI[IJI1( C6achbuilders, Horzeshoers General Blacksmniths Orders Promptly Executed .:, -. . ; ' LEWIS' DAIRY When you ...

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