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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
I~IENTONE GIRLS' GRAMMAR SCHOOL 231 Beach .Road. puBLIC DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS A PUBLIC FEES MODERATE. be b Motor Bus from Mordialloc. Black Rock, 'Beaumaris,r b Oakleigh and Dandenong. KINDERGARTEN TO LEAVING HONOURS. Third Term Commences Tuesday, September 19 on Application. Headmistress at home by Appointment.r spe 320. J. McCowan, B.A., Dip. Ed., Headmistress. MENTONE GRAMMAR SCHOOL DAY AND BOARDING.8CMOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. D to Leaving Honours. Boys admitted to Kl[kergarten at Priar four. Separate Department for Junior School. age MODEhIAT'E FEES. thSurroundings. Ideal Situation. Extensive Grounds. CoACHING COLL-.(.E. NIGHT CLASSES' " pupils Prepared for all Examinations. Complete Provlioin for Boarders THIRD TERM COMMENCES TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. For Prospectus and Particulars of Scholarships, Apply C. C. THOROLD, M.A., Headmaster. SChelt. 409. Tel.: Chelt. 409. n't Worry About Your, Clothes , You can keep your Suits, Topcoats, Spor ts... Cloiheo, etc. always looki...
PLAZA THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 AND 9 [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
PLAZA THEATRE "FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8BAND 9 Shirley .Temple, the " ever-popular bild star, will be seen on Friday and aturday with George Murphy, Edna lay Oliver and Jimmy Durante in ittle Miss Broadway.. The story cen .es around a little girl who" lives in a audeville hotel with her foster family nd; the efforts they make to win the xvor of a prim, wealthy old maid who vns the hotel and who is trying to lose it because of the noise the play rs make while rehearsing their, band umbers. After many adventures, led y Shirley, .everything ends as. it hould-especially after she convinces Ln austere judge that he should per nit the actors to' stage their show in he courtroom. The second attraction is Navy Blue Ld Gold, a colorful and spirited; tale of life in a naval academy. This tells of threq young midshipmen who come from different environments and -who are in the same quarters for their first year. Robert Young is a famous foot ball star, James Stewart a sailor who has work...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
arshal l's Drapery Store, Say Street, Frankston ffer New Designs in ortaing Nets,i Cretonnes ý and Cottage Weaves New Patterns in Table Baize for Spring Cleaning BEATTIE'S DRAPERY STORE d. FRANKSTON HOUSE BUILD INGS ossover Curtains, all shades, good quality Organdie, 6/11 pair. The FINEST ' F THE HERD . `, killed to supply the meat we sell. Whether is Beef or Veal you prefer, you cannot better our well dressed, carefully cut joints. Eat our meat to-day. ROBINSON & ..MARKS t BUTCHERS, BAY ST., FRANKSTON. 'PHONE 214. I1 our cakes are made rom the best butter and eggs, and are carefully baked so as to have that flavour which can only be obtained in HOME MADE CAKES You receive "cakes that have the real home touch when you shop at . . . . BAY COTTAGE ality Home Made Cake Shop. MISS JEWELL, Proprietress. PLAYNE ST. Tel. 452. FRANKSTON. ANKSTON'S NEW BUTCHERY . H. R. 3DWARD & SON" 3 BAY STREET. Phone 225. rveyors of Choicest Meats at Lowest Possible Prices. LITY CLEANLINES...
SHIRE PRESIDENT CR. HEATH APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
SHIRE PRESIDENT CR. HEATH APPOINTED. At the September meeting of the Frankston and Hastings Shire Coun cil, which began the new municipal year, Cr. A. M. Heath, of the Mt. Eliza Riding, was appointed president of the Shire. His allowance was fixed at £80 personal and £100 contingency. Thanking the council for the honor bestowed on him, Cr; Heath said he would aim to uphold the traditions of former shire presidents. A tribute to the work of the past president (Cr G. E. Hodgins) was paid by Crs. Wells and Keast. Cr. Hodgins, in reply,'thanked the coun cillors for their' co;operation and help during his year of office. He had had a wonderful experience and had spent a pleasant year. He paid a tribute to the loyal co-operation of the coun'cil staff and the secretary (Mr J.. A. P. Ham) who.had been the powei behind the throne and never forgot the least detail. , -;RETUtRNED- COUNlbLORSMJ - SCongratulating retiring councillors on 'their ,return without opposition, Cr. Oates remarked that ...
War and Profiteering It's Commenced ! [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
War and Profiteerin S..' ' ------ ,(C )n... It's Commenced ! 'v'. The British Empire. has..entered into this war. with practical 100 per cent. support from the people. Man and master are In agrt ment .that H1tler must be finished off. . In 'those circumstances, it ii a pity that already some business people are making hay while thl sun shines, and prices have been b Imped up 80 per. cent. almost over. night, threatening to disrupt that feelina of enthusiastic anrid .. The B3ritish Government made its I attitude on this matter very clear. One of the first regulations put through wais to fix all prices as at September 1. A niove 'which his earned the Chamberlain' government widespread commendation, for after Iall, it' is not playing the game, if men go an'd fight for the flag Whilst .their 'lelatives remain at home to be robbed by rripacious and pseudo re spectable patriotic merchants. Whilst Australia did. not hesitate to follow -England's lead in regard to the .war, some hesitation ...
COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION 'Twelve' members of the Frankston branch journeyed to Hastings to par ticipate in.the celebration of.the sec ond biithday of the. Hastings 'branch. Each of, the visitors was presented with charming buttonhole sprays and pieces of the birthday calie arranged in baskets of green-rand gold-the col ors of the C.W.A. 'Mrs Amor and Mrs Montague. were the' wifnners of the competitions held 'during the after noon.. The nfternodon closed with a very' eijoyable afternoon tea prepared by the ladies of. the Hastings branich. On Tuesday next members will visit the newly formed branch at Carrum flnowfls
Australia Day A.N.A. Opinion (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
Australia Day A oOo A.N.A. Opinion (To the Editor) Sir,--My attention has beenu directed to the strong appeal made throigh your journal, for a more fitting cele bration of Australia's national day. I fully endorse the sentiment expres sed. The A.N.A. has strenuously fought, for many years, to secure a. recogni tion, particuliarly within Australia, of Australia Day. Peculiarly enough, splendid recognition is observed in England,- America, and even. in, re mote centres, where a' few Australians are iable to foregather. The A.N.A's. first great fight was to secure recognition under Arbitration Court and Wages Board determina tions. Unfortunately, our efforts have not been entirely successful, but they are being strenuously persisted with. A statutory 'holiday, properly recog nised, as a right to Australian work ing people, is a'first essential. * iThe second' essential'was to secure uniform' recognition by, the Common wealth and' all States. The 'day w??a previously known by. varying t...
Felix Holt Says [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
Felix Holt Says THAT the guards placed on public buildings recently bring back memories of the guard! at the Commonwealth Offices during the Great war and the Prime Minister of the day, William Morris Hughes. It is a great pity that the song, The Umbrella Man, was not composed in those days. It co'uld easily hiave been his theme song-that is, if anyone was game to tell him about it. Most public servants in that building in those far-off days would almost have preferred to be asked to interview: the Kaiser as' to be ordered .to go see Billy. In many ways, Hitler is a novice compared to the Billy of that time. Billy hated deputations--he wan ted actions, not words-and dodged, 'them as much as possible. The unemployed' even in those days were vexatious, and 'had a nasty habit' of arriving .en masse at Billy's front door-that is, the door of the Commonwealth Offices-thousands of them. -not front doors-unemployed. It was most disconcerting to. Billy, who was much-more interested in sinki...
BUILDING PROGRESS AUGUST VALUE EXCEEDS £25,000 [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
BUILDING PROGRESS AUGUST VALUE EXCEEDS £'25,000 F;;For the month: of August the, .value of buildings in the shire for rich permits Were issued ex -ceeded £25,000;.. lPhis lias easily outstripped the higk- July value of £16,000 and gives evidence of remarkable progress in the Shire,;particularly in the Frank stort: tnd'It. Eliza ridings. For August the value of five new buildings and two alterations in Frankiiton was £10,065, and in Mt. Eliza- seven permits were issued for new buildings valued at £5585. In Seaford Riding' £385 was -spent and in the East Riding £400. The total figures reached £25,435..
AWARD FOR WORKERS. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
AWARD FOR WORKERS. (To the Editor) Sir,-It was with indignation that I read Cr Heath's remarks in. an issue of the Standard in opposition to. the proposed full-time work scheme of the unemployed. Cr Heath's reason for opposition is that orchard workers would leave their positions en masse to join the ranks of the unemployed if they could be assured of o'btaining award rates under the scheme. As a conscien'tious member of the Frank ston branch of the "A.L.P., it has al ways annoyed me that a country of mainly primary productivity should suffer under administration wvhich. pl vides, no rural workers' award. It has been truly stated that the man on the land is the backbone of the country. Without the product of his skill and sweat 'we starve. The question, then, must arise: Who is this man on the land who makes possible our daily bread, our national defence; our finance, our overseas trade--in short, our very, existence? Cr Heath named him. He is'the man to whom it is impossible to pay...
MR. KIRTON, M.L.A. AND U.A.P. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
MR. KIRTON, M.L.A. AND U.A.P. 'Introtuced and welcomed by the Phie~.:President " (Cr. A. M. Heath), nouncement o?n ?riday night to the Shire of Frankston and Hastings Coun cil that he had joined the United Country Party. He said he had found himself in a position where he could no longer follow the leadership of Sir Stanley Argyle, and claimed that the no-confidence motion submitted by his former leader against the Dun stan Government was unwarranted and of a ridiculous nature and had compelled him (Mr Kirton) to vote with the Government. Although he had. burnt his boats by doing so, he had voted conscientiously. The Dun stan Government had accomplish?d excellerit work and was the most progressive he had known in his career. In future he hoped to vbte for the benefit of all people as he was a 'member to represent . every section of the community. Frankston had progressed wonder fully under .the present council, said Mr. Kirton. He trusted it would con tinue to stand behind him as it...
THE SILVER SCREEN NEW MENTONE AND PARAMOUNT- MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
THE SILVER SCREEN NEW MENTONE AND...... PARAMOUNT. MORDIALLOC. ' On Saturday and Monday at the above theatres Janet Gaynor and. Douglas Fairbanks, junr.; will appear in The Young in Heart (for general exhibition). They were " so smart about money they only got kicked out of the best hotels, but, oh! what fools about love.. Meet . this fascinating family. They're society's most charm Ing spongers, living only off the best people. On- the same programme is Jim from Missouri (for general exhi bition), with Bob Burns and Gladys t George. Those English society dukes thoigiht.they- wera ..going to, make. a monkey out of Sweeney Bliss,'of Mule ] Corners, Missouri, but they had an- . other think coming when Sweeney 8 swung into action. t On Tuesday and Wednesday Don I Ameche andi the Ritz Brothers star in The Three,'Musketeers (for general ' exihibition). D'Artagnan rides again, this time to music, with three phoney I musketeers more at home with a carv- j ing knife than a sword. Swordplay,...
[?]ERGENCY COUNCIL [?]IRE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
RGENCY COUNCIL -.- IRE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE message to every resident in. Shire of Frankston.and Has gs in the present state of -un ainty, was made by the Shire' sident (Cr. A. M. Heath) ?yes= ay. It is ad follows:= All the requirements °of the " te Emergency Council for the Ire of Frankston: and Hastings now In. hand, and;trainingn: for='.;: e same in ,full progress:'>- Your uncil Is doing Its part in arrang ifor all contingencies., I would k for your full co-operation a?id Ip. The best way to do, Ithls is carry on with the slogan "Busi s as Usual." A. M. HEATH, Shire Preestlent tails of arrangements coicerning general public will be available in next issue of the Standard. Ambulance Classes St. John's Ambulance class for and women will be commenced Ite Mechanics' Hall on Tuesday, flmber 12, at 8 p.m. Expert lec Swill be given together with onstrations by Miss L. E. Egerton. 1--
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
FRANKSTON MOTOR i GARAGE bourne Road, FRANKSTON phones 101, 97; G d authorised General established Chevrolet and Buick Dealer propositios on trade-ins h best ln TOwVn. It will pay you 0. J.; OLSEN. OPEN LE TER TO MR M NZIES 4 ,r. Cabinet Making. French Polishing. Upholstering. MASTER CRAFTSMEN (L. F. WILSON & BROS.) corner of Young.. and each streets (opposite railway gatg:s) Excellent recommendations from Prominent Residents. STANDARD Presents for 1939 .. THE FINEST CARS IN THE 8 h.p. FIELD OR FLYING STANDARD QUALITY CARS-SEE BRTT,24 .eLAYNE :STREET, FRANKSTON. i i· m iiaPhone 77. e Peninsula's- ;largest selec a of Men's and Boy s'.:Wear. oit will be F I " leased with YOUR RE. FLECTION the mirror earing one of Our READY-TO-WEAR SUITS We have Men's and Youths' Suits in the, latest Styles and fabrics in all Sizes. Call to-day and in. spect. It costs you less :to dress better when youi come to EADIE'S 587 Bay St., PRAKSTON. 'Phone 352. lrge Variety of New Spring Suit ings Now ...
A. R. P. LOCAL PRECAUTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
LOCAL PRECAUTIONS iUnder the District Warden (Cr J. I. Pratt) air'raids precaution scheme is well in hand, arrangements) having been made for instructors for Frank ston and Dandenong shires to meet each 'week on Wednesday and ,Thurs day evenings at the' shire offices, Frankston, for a training course. At the termination of these classes, ex aminations twill` be held and the in structors will take: classe in various parts of the municipality. They will lecture on what precautions to take in case of air raids. The executive committee of the Red Cross . Society met: on i Tuesday. even-' ing. I' was reported that 91 persons had Passed `first aid' examinations in the" shire,` and that other classes were nearing the completion of lectures. F: Further classes in ;first, aid instruc tion will commence in the Church of iEngland school "lall on MIonday-, Sep tember 18. Dr Stella'Altnmanf invites. any Iperson desirous of tratining to be in atteindance at ??745 pm:
COUNCIL'S LOYALTY ASSURANCE TO GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
COUNCIL'S LOYALTY A.SSURANCE TO. GOVERNMENT, Although the news of German ag gression against Poland came as a surprise to members of the council in the course of the meeting on Mon day night, expressions of loyalty and determination to ,put differences to one sidi: were :heard on all sides. At 'the; conclusion of the meeting the' shire president (Cr Heath) mov ed that. the council communicate with the Prime Minister (Mr Men zies) assuring him, on behalf of .ratepayers of the shire's unaffected loyalty to the Crown, and its readi ness to co-operate. in all matters proposed by the, government in the present crisis. i The resolution was affirmed by all councillors standing in silence.
CHELSEA PLAZA SATURDAY'S MATINEE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
CHELSEA PLAZA SATURDAY'S MATINEE. The third episode of the thrilling serial, Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars, with a full., supporting programme, will .be shown at the: special matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturday. SATURDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER" 9, 11, 12. Don Ameche, as a sinking, loving, fighting d'Artagnan, and the'. Ritz brothers as phoney-musketeers, sup ported by a large all-star cast, includ ing Binnie Barnes, Gloria Stuart and Pauline Moore, in The Three Mus keteers, a musical comedy version of Alexander Dumas' famous' novel, will be the big attraction. This production is hailed as the happiest entertain nent in the historyl of movies. :A Man to Remember, the supporting aicture, portrays a vivid drama of sac ifice by a sniall town doctor, who 'be :ame the village hero, in which Anne Shirley, Edward Ellis and., Lee Bon-_ nan play the leadinig roles. A Fox News completes the pro ,ramme. ?VEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13,. 14, 15. Heart of the North, in which Dick "oran, Gl...
STATE ACTIVITIES THE RAILWAYS ARE NOT PROFITABLE. AND THERE ARE OTHERS. THIS BAR TO SOCIAL LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
STATE ACTIVITIES THE RAILWAYS ARE NOT PROFITABLE. AND THERE ARE OTHERS. TH'IS BAR TO SOCIAL LEGISLA .. TION. f In the I egislative Council last week, Hoin. J. A. Kennedy, M.L.C., told the House that the State made perfect roads and contributed to, loss n, the railways. Mr. Kennedy, said-It is obvious to those who are accustomed to make estimates that a year ,of drought, during which hundreds of., thousands 'of tons of yvheat and other primary products are not available for car riage, on the railways, is not a suit able :year on .which -to base. estimates for' future finance,. I am not: en deavouring to protect the Railways Commissioners, or- their method of running the railways, but I say that in estimating, one would take- a normal year, not an abnormal year. The deficit wag mainly brought about because of the reduction in the amount of wheat carried. The freight was not available to the railways, and working expenses can not be reduced in proportion to' re ductionrs in revenue. Pe...
Spotlight on the Final [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
SSpotlight on the Final O THE Peninsula Football League has been unfortunate this year min, - having' unfavorable weather for the. n final matches. t- Last, Saturday conditions" were, ,'better than for the previous. game,;i .o but a boisterous wind swept diagonal-; e ly across the ground and favored the Igolf links end. " e The condition of the arena how- t o ever was excellent, and the Frank-~ - ston park easily retained its reputa tion for "mopping up" moisture. " h Neither Mornington nor Sorrento I seemed to settle down in the first * quarter. Players were often beaten c by the bounce of the ball and early a * showed an inclination to stray:'from positions. Mornington's ruck was e slightly superior and back men on p i. both sides defended well. At the end fi of the first quarter the tricolors led 3-2 to Sorrento 1-2. ' a Determined to make the most of tl the breeze Sorrento attacked with f° determination but found Mornington' s' defending tenaciously. a. Mornington displayed good...