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"COMIC COURT" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
"COMIC COURT'" "He's doing very :well," said Mr Wade,'..S.M., at Frankston Court on" Tuesday, ?,when. Shire Ranger W? Richani s'said ini evidence that an. impounded horse (owner un known) ate 4 kerosene tins of chaff :per day, while in the Coun cil._ pound. Richards added that the horse' ateJ a bag of chaff in just undei 3 ? days. . The unknown owner was fined 5/-, r'with £6/14/6.' costs. The horse was ordered to. be sold by auction,. if not .claimed, and ex penses not paid.
THANKS. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
THANKS. (To. the Editor). Sir,?-Would you 'please' perilit" me to thank, through your paper, all. who helped with' the Egg Ap peal 'for the. Alfred .Hospital. The. response was excellent, and Frankston Auxiliary mem bers are grateful to Mr. and Mrs. Turner who organised a collec tion from Langwarrin residents, and to, all who .contributed; Mr. -J. Carie'ron and Mr. Nelson Mor ris, where receiving' boxes were placed; ::the' 'Frankston High School for donating, part of their collection; .Mis. Baker and Mrs. Payne-for packing and despatch ing eggs from the. Depot at Mrs.. Payne's home; to .Mr. Vic Mc Comb for'. again'., delivering the eggs .to, the Alfred .Hospital; and to Jones and: Wilson for deliver ing the: egg cases; '.This help has been greatly appteclated, and we thank " you,. Sir;: for publicity given.-Yours, etd., A'. L; -ROGERSON.
The Standard Punters Carbon Copy for Valley Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
BY "l Carbon Copy' for Valley Cup. Carbon' Copy has now struch his top form, and I doubt very much if there is another horse in Melbourne as •fit as. he is. There's certainly none more fit, as he literally is "jumping out of his skin." The decision to start him in the Moonee Valley Cup on .Saturday has added consider able interest' to' the lace. In his present form, Carbon Copy will .take no end of beating. I don't think he ever worked better than he did at Epsom on Tuesday, when he sti'eaked away from: his stablemate, "Cronides, to beat him by eight lengths over a mile and a quarter. in 2a12l. As the track was still,qp.the holding. side, it. was -an 'outstanding :trial. on Car bon .Copy's ptart. The. much-discussed meeting between the. four-year-olds 'Car bon Copy, Comic. Court and Vaga bond will probably come, in the L. K. S. -McKihnon Stakles 'at Flemington next Saturday week. Comic Court and Vagabond have each beiten. Carbon. Copy re cently, .but I will be very sur prised if the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
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HOUSING NEED FRANKSTON WANTS MORE COMMISSION HOMES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
HOUSING NEED FRANKSTON WANTS MORE COMMISSION HOMES Cr. Fowler, at Friday's Council .0 meeting, referred, to the serious hotising shortage in Frankston, and said he knew of residents paying very high rents, for half houses, and families were divid ed in some cases. The only rem edy, he said, -was for the Hous-* ing Commission to erect more houses in- the town, and he mov ed that the Commission 'be re quested to act accordingly. Cr. Klauer seconded the motion, which was carried. Seaford House With 17 Tenants. ,: Cr. Klauer 'tressed the seri-.,, ous plight of 17 occupants of one four-roomed house, in McRae Street, Seaford, where there was grave danger to health. His motion that Mr. Leggatt, M.L.A., be requested to interview the Minister of Housing again re garding ,Council's representations in this case, was carried.
"WET" CUPBOARD PRESIDENT "DOESN'T CARE TWO HOOTS." [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
"WET" CUPBOARD PRESIDENT "DOESN'T CARE TWO HOOTS." Frankston .Branch of the W.C.T.U. wrote to the Shire of Frankston and Hastings, express ing regret that the new president had adopted a "wet" cupboard. Cr. Hirst moved that the W.C.T.U. be, informed that the Council carried out strictly the theme of temperance, and no councillor was ever anything but temperat6; therefore the Council's policy coincided with the Union's desires. He alleged the real de sire of the W.C:T.U. was to make councillors teetotallers. The president (Cr. Carpenter) said he did not take the criticism personally, as a "wet" cupboard had been the custom .of the Coun cil for many years. He did not care "two hoots" for the" critic ism, and invited any person who cared to come to the Council supper room any "early Saturday morning" following a Council meeting. They . would then see that the total quantity .of liquor was so small. that if one man drank the lot he could not possib ly get "drunk," He thought it was a lo...
LABOR WELCOMES COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
LABOR WELCO1I COMPETITION In thepanst tlre rticles in tils i series, we hItve trlied to Put before electors tile real Ibeiefits or?ch. will accrue to then if they retusn' the Chliley Goveralnent. Lacking it policy, tile OPDosition Is reduced to trying to frighten the electortedi by pretending that s cialisate0n means. less freedom, and by atio 'vicious camlpaigln of villilcation to identify ILabor withl Commu0s1i. Suchl arglllnelts conlle flrolt Bi Business, which hates. colnpeition lnd rivals Conllllnuisa In its" lust for power. Free competition only exists whre two condlitions eapply: (1) A number of firms in real eoinpetition in the same market; (2) ineillicient fimls are eliminat ed by banklrupltcy. Where comlpe tition exists for the people's bene fit, Labor applauds it. iBut smart blusilless 111en are not content With a fair p it fromi t competitive busi Iless, and seek large Profits by combining into monopolies and tlrusts. In every illlporanltt section of our ecoilonoly, the'...
PLAZA PICTURES COMING "HITS." [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
PLAZA PICTURES COMING "HITS'; Joan Fontaine and Jimmy Stewart, who. co-star with Eddie Albert in- Universal-Interriation ;al!s hila~iious" comedy, "You Gotta Stayi.Happy;":. at ;Plaza tonight. Friday,..and Saturday, have each won an Academy. Award. In 1941 M?iss Fontaine' won ..the award:·.for her acting in "'Suspi rion," and in 1940 Stewart won the award, in "The Philadelphia .tory." A top,-flight cast and a story with a. distinctly unusual theme, frshioned by screen writer Don' Martin, presages an evening', of top-flight entertainment in the supporting. film' .to the above, where Republic's taut melodrama,. "The Pretender" will feature. that versatile actor,- Albert Dek ker heads the cast.- He plays . an -embezzler who seeks to marry. a wealthy heiress in order to cover up his. machinationis.. American vaudeville, when. the minstrel was the top form of en .tertainment, highlights Warner Bros.' scintillating, musical, "My Wild Irish Rose," with color by Technicolor, main. picture f...
"SUN LI CHUNG" WINS AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
"SUN LI CHUNG" WINS AGAIN : There -was great' jubilation amongst British migrants to the Frarikston district, when it was learned .that; Sun Li Chung, chow chow dog; from the Woodholrme Kennels, Vera Street, Frankston, had .followed. up recent .Royal Show ..successes with two first prizes and' .best-dog-in-his-breed award, at the Flemington Dog Show, on Saturday. This gave *'Sunny" bis first Champion cer tificate in Australia, plus a mag nificent -trophy. The dog was well handled in-the ring by Mrs. Robson, daughter . of the owners, Mr. and. Mrs. Woodhouse. Mrs. Robson, who conducts the Yecani Chow, Chow: Kennels at the same address; also scored a first and second prize in its,class with her chow 'chow, bitch, Mes Lang.
FRANKSTON SILVER BAND [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
ERANKSTON " SILVER BAND . Donations previously acikno? •ledged, £22/2/6; Cr.. 'anld 1-~ irs Tonmasetti; £100; .Mrs. Ellis 21 1 I 2niss~ 13inks. 1/- Mr.: MfcDotimlch ' £1/1/-; Mr. and Mis.:;'O'Shea, £1/1/-;: Ars. Keast, 10/-; Anony-: ::ilous, £1; Country Women's As sociation, £2; 1.Mr Hay,' £5; AIr. A. L. Peters, . £1/1/=i; M cr. ?ec CGillivray, 2/6; Mi. Sandral, £7i1/ ; IKelly, Shepard & Web lste, 10/6 Anonymnous, .£4'; Colnmmittee, Frankston Football Club. £2/2/-; 'Total, £141/14/6. It is very, pleasing, to see the '.great number of donations sud denily come forward.' Cr. and Mrsi .Tomasetti'S donation,. follbwing their. previous donation, "is a great inspiration to 'the Commit tee. PThe Band is now in need of ,'nmusle stands. and "any person who lias stands lying idle can be as stiied.. the .Band would', have pleiltiy of use for them. Those :.who canl assist in this respect are' asked ::to please advise this office or ring the Secretaries, Mi. H. V. Cookl at Frankston 884 ...
GRAND HOTEL GUESTS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
. GRAND HOTRL (nUI1STS ,New guests ut'.the Grand Hotel, Frankston, include Mr. M. Shan :non (WiVndsor), Mi'. and Mrs. J. -Englander.-(St., IKilda), Mr. and Mirs. W. Cruickshank (Northcote), :Mrs. Hutson and Mrs.. Grace (Too raM), Mr. and4l Mrs. J. Bull (War i'awegal)) Mr. and. Mrs R.Lishke (Hawthorn'), Mr. ""E M Garrett (McKinnoni, M M.i. .Garner (Car negie), Miss P. Amad (Carrlton), Mr. and Mr;s. A. Cartwright (oae), Mrs. W.: Sandre and child (IVn" hoe), Mrs. H. Hales and Miss T. Hales (Tecoma), MIrs..*V' Gendro and child (Iyanhoe)., Mr. and oIrs A.- . Richar'ds .(Warrnamb°ois Mrs. J. .Vnrwin (Yeronga, Bri bane), Mr. and Mrs.. M%1. Coffey ,(Mildura), Messrs. J.:. J.lcDonald nrdiJ. L.Smeitl; .(Lorne.)
CORRESPONDENCE NATIONAL THEATRE CRITIC (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
1CORRESPONDENCE NATIONAL THEATRE CRITIC -` (To the Editor). Siir,-I was impressed by the unassailable logic . of your leader in last week's "Standard". ad dreissed to. the .'National Thea tre, Melboutrne." ;You pertinent Uly: ask , Why' allot parts to bo ginners in-: these .:heavy. (opera) ioles?" You "pin point the aspect which gives concern, to so many people who..have carefully studied the movement Is :it"not a fact that the "offi cial advisers?' . for ;:.the National Theatre i operas a~e. Melbourne Dinging. teachers? Who of us, in like circumstances, .would fail to have a prejudice in favor of our own pupils? Is it- not human na ture? .. It. is becoming increasingly evi dent that there is need of the ap pointment of one oversea cast sel ector, or one from another State, entirely divorced: from the sing ing :teacher profession in Mel bourne." Such' an': appointment should be' .elconmed by the pre -sent' sclectprs. Youris, etc., '.'MUSICUS." .: :Frankston.
MR. H[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
MRI A The Ste Sthe andthe teghi' ilicreise in price oe fIarmers fl that claim er--nd try Pary But in climax at suggoition the shV rightly e and if i from thh I to the ! creased Nor is it crease the This iould consumptio as happen eggs was' Wage eamr more for nue aot sh creased a subsidy to the arme ter to ap worker. lioe decrea:ing the pep! food, clot Poultry t drums. It per cent. oft gone out of increased The hatch fall in ha answer? Increase in the consumer People aill Costs in I cost incie proposa's the problem: (1) Eaten, buying. (2) Co-ope Government dards ofprod All birds of per annum for table. (3) Co duce labouri ing and gn (4) Finan through better shed handling. (5) Special price of f poultry farm tion costs eggs available ket at lower. AE
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
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OPENING OF LANGWARRIN METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
IPE ,IiODINST CHURCH It is nearly six.years since the angarrin Methodist Church Was lost through the bush, fires-.. and during that time the Metho :ist congregation has; worshipped d i the State School nearby. -Some' few months agob the..Trustees, who have not been able to build t owing to restrictions, were ;able 0t purchase a timber building !or removal. This building has iace been renovated and put into ,cellent .repair and will serve' as Church until such time as -it is re-sible to build a brick one, and hen it will become the .Sunday School. 'heo opening took place . last ;urday, 16th October; at 3" p.m;, n the presence of a very large crowd. Lefore entering . the Church. 'Irs. Dough Adderley handed -the :v ti the Rev. J.. T. -Freeman, aho in.due course handed it to vass Miar y Corbett, a member .of ine of. the pioneer families; With It li s Corbett opened .the door, nd Mr. Freeman passed..through, eying, "Enter into His gates with thanksgiving and-into' His courts with praise....
STAGE DOOR GRAND OPERA CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
y, "FIRST. IIHTER" ! GRAND OPERA CONCIRT 1Many of Williamson's Italian Grand Opera stars appeared at the Melbourne Town Hall last Thurs day night in a concert for the Mercy Hospital and St. Benedict's, Malvern. Members of the audience had a most" enjoyable experience, for the singers, entered into the perform aunce with zest and a carefree air, as if celebrating a temporary break from the pomp and core mony of a Grand Opera perform ance. The first, item on the pro gramme fea tured the tall Clahassi, with his rich bass voice singing "Berceuse." ,After this* the programme did not run to schedule, and the audi ence was left guessing as to whom the next performer would be. The ultimate climax was reached when "unprogramnined" Germanua di Guillo rushed on stage in her '"Turandot" costume and Chinese make-up, jewels and all, having left by taxi from His ilajesty's, Wrhere site was appearing that night, and sang the big aria of the second act from that opera. The enthusiasm of the audience...
SOMERVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
SOMWER VILLE Aj'pleasant'.function was held in the Methodist Church on Fri day afternoon'last, 'when, at the invitation of the' Church Ladies' Guild, . the. following Ladies' Guilds mnet for a social fellow ship: St. Andrew's Church of .England,. St..'John's Presbyter ian, and Tyabb Methodist. Enter taining items were contributed by Mesdames R: "Borley, D. H. Fow ler, V. Borlejy and Moorcroft.