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The Frankston College [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
College Hold in the Church of England School Buildlungs. SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS: Thorough grounding gunranteed. Reduction made in the case of two or more fiom one;family, - Fees-2 to 4)I Guineas. - New Term - New Term cominmeies-February slt. EVENING CLASSES. Shorthand and 'Typewriting-Monday and Wednelsday, 7.30 to 9.30 Book Keeplug-Thesday and Thurs day, 17.3) to 9.30 Fees-3 Guineas per term. Cotching during Holidays by speqial. arrangement. Parents and.Visitors may at any time see pupils at their work Principal may be seen at the School, or by appointnient. * D. E. Manson,-Principal.
The Late Mr Corlett [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
SThe Late Mr Corlett . 'At the recent, Quarterly Meeting of the .Fran.kston dlethodist Circuit at.Tyabb, reference 'nas made to the death of Mr J / J. Corl'tt and his long and honorahle connection with *ti9 circuit, "mnd sympathy was ex.? pressed with rnembbrs of the family.. The quarterly .\lethodist report also mabes the following reference to the late Mr Corlett : ="He was a fine typle of,a. Chriistian gentlemaln. He belonged to* a class of men and wo-:. men, our indebtedness to whom we cainnot .too highly estimate, whose memory. we cannot too much honor - the.piioneers of our chulich."'
Sorrento Golf Tournament [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
Sorrento Golf Tournaimeit The Sorrento Golf Tournuiment proved a great success, and attracted some notable compotitors. The Pres ident, Mr James Wright, of Sorren. to, presenterd a cup, and this was won by Mr Bruce Pearce, whilst Mr D. E. Sharpe captured the Victory Cup from Mr R. D. FuWsel, the Sorrento player, who, however, defeated Mr Clive Baillieu in the Member's Han dicap rather easily.
Carrum Water Service [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
Carrum Water Srvice The State Rivers and Water Supply Commission his informed the Car rum Council that the rates in the drainage area are adjusted from time to time, and any considerable increase in one year would be followed by the reduction of the rate in the next year but the increases to date had not been sufficient to justify any redue tion. The income from all parts of the district went into a comnmon fund and was expended to the best advantage and where ever it was thought necessary.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
`L /?- ? '". . ... i i-' ; -"' .E" BAJ RBER Successor to J. C ..Murphy, tL.." A.L.F- 4 y?,ts) Special Milk for. Infants -and Invalids Phone-55 Frankston KEIAST B~ s. (LotoT'l. litchiij.", Co ) 1ti5 Wholesale and Retail Produce & Grain Merchants : FRANKSTON. We carry Large Stocks of Chaff & Grain of all kind .ugar, Kerosene and Manures. We invite a share of public patiroin'ale. All Goods Sold at Lowest PosSsible I r,tes.: i!it, St,:ck .I; * iitiGIlCC if OilL (inko, Blonoi Mal. [Linsed ical,; oiiltr Food. of ,,lI kindsl, Vogttahle S- .d,. -ly,.Stran.. r to. P, ice nhobj-ct. '. me hket tlletuatiolns. 1 NOTIC E. 1 To Farmers atnd Ornchairdists. Note the followingt Linras Victoria Phosphate Manurc, 68/6 per-ton. Lime, 2a5/- per ton. Oils, prices supplied.. . Kerosene, r6/8 per case . .Orchard Reqtiireinent. Discmnint for COsh, and furtlhr- r ?htlt. tro Shlarehloldero V. P.C. Co S BUY knd SELL throuuh the V: P.OC (Co.. and. r.t idvaan'age' of co oporatio Join this Comp ain...
The Seaford Sports Middle Park Defeats Seaford at Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
The Seaford Sports. Middle Park Defeats Seaford at Cricket r "A Day in tie Ti-Tree," which deals with the Seaford district, ap' r pears on the front page. Since that ! discourse on sundry themes was put into print, our Seaford correspon dent supplements it with tie follow ing detailed report :- The annual A.N.A Day cricket match between Seaford a~ld Middle Park .lethodists was held on \londay last nuder very favorable conditions, A very large attendance of visitors aesemble l to set the gams. The Amusement Committee of the Prog, ross Association set itself the task of providing a full-days eutertaiumeut, and although the curtailed holiday railway service acted very seriously against their eiforts, the committee ate to be congratulated non provid ing the best day's sport yet held in Seaford. The sports; which were to have been held in the morning were held over until after dinner, owing to the trying heat, and theerents were ranl at intervals during the after noon.s an arraugement th...
The Frankston Pictures Constance Talmadge and Corinne Griffiths [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
The Frankston Pictures Constance Talmadge and Corinne Griffiths -% C-· The Frankstou Pictures Co. Ltd were greeted with yet anothor very large audience on Saturday night. Unfortunately, one or two mishaps occurred which detracted consider ably from the merits of the pictures - a slight delay in: starting and de fects in the operating being prtuiarily the cause. But these are not likely to occur igaln. The directors have made arrangements with Mr Harring ton, of the Majestic Theatre, to oper ate next Saturday night's programme, and we feel sure therewill hence forth be little to complain about. The plant now Installed ison cdoubtedly one of the most,up to-date in Victoria, and with the electric engine installed, it represents a val ue approaching £500. It is capable of showing picturces equal to the best screened, at the largest theatres. - The programme, however, was a good one, i,.?luding Itwo features, a comedy,. and ,ePathe Gazette in unt ural colors ""Mind the Paint Girl" was a ...
Mainly About People Personal Notes about Peninsula People and Others [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
Mainly About People Personal Notes about Peninsula People and Others Miss Rone Galt, IA 1' a hotel pianoforte teacher, - announces in "''t1 Standirdi"- to:day,: that . she attends at the: Mhechannics' Institute, arinlilston, daily, friom Mondlay, 7tlh Pebruary to Saturday, 13th February for the purpose of interviewing pro's pective-pirpils-- +-.--ly' Major nid Mrs Stewart Balmiont, whose beauttiful liomo, Coolart,'" la one of the :.land ma?rks of the Balnar SrlIngugdltrict, a'o about. to leave for Eugland, whore they in future will reside..: Bofore saying good-bye .to Baluiarring, hoey entertained a large number of friefonds at the: Baloarrlng Institute.; Amongst those who con tributol to the programme wore Miss Elsie Treweek and iMr Fred Collier. of thlo'J. C;-Willllaison Grand Opera ComIlany. The Rev. Staelij' Hollnw, M;A, of All Saint's Chdrch,' Camberwell, Is amongst those' aot present enjoylng holidays at Cowes. The Carinin Fathers' Assoelatiou recently conducted a'mnsical evai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
A. T. WALTERS:1.. . Baker, ' Pastrycook, and 'Caterer, BAY-ST, a FRANKSTON Trusts by ctrilt tloention to buslness to retain tl.plelodid patronage accorded to Messrs Burton aud Law Only ?"jB4EST' Articles Supplied The wiselos of Customers studl io 1revery detail PICNIC PARTI :Ff SOCIALS CAREFULLY CATERED FOR Bread Deliverctd locallI and in ~aurounding Districts Daily. .Letters Promptly Attended o. SBoots and Sho6e BELL BROS !Succestor to A. Sullian) The Place to purchaso high-class Foot wl3o of lay style required at tle low S est. price. We dIo notoffer cheap foot ware, but good footware cheap. 'Sand shoes for the benchl at prices tqeuit all. Bring your repairs -we are rapid, near anud effective. Boots linlde_ to Order Terms Strictly Cssh a speciality. Satikfaction Assured. Franksto Boot Emporium Bay Street, Frankston . - Bell Bros, Proprietors. Come and Inspect the New PRODUCE HAqDWAIRE STORE at BA LNARRING T HE Best Slock, oods always on. In i a the lowest rates: Meggitti S nFamous...
Monday's Early Train [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
Monday's Early -Train The Railway Department hts stated that owing to lie excessive avercrowd nlg .of the 7.3i a.m exprosstrain from Frankatou on Mbnday mornings, it has been found necessary to run that train non-etopping at Mordialloc and Mentoneo on Monday in each week. Therefore, commencing next Monday, the train -will run express fonm As pondalet stopping only at ,Caulfeld on route.
Various Notes of Interest Australia the Best Place [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
.Various Notes of Interest Australia the Best Place SRev. A. Brodie. formerly Minister ofthoe Preabyterian Cliurch, Frarks Tu'W uiting to- i frtled- it-SbiOem r ville, says that' at' Edinburgh, Scot land, wheoe hetis conipleting bis the" ological stuntdl; they had 12 aegrees of frost during Ximasoweek. ' "Con ditioub have greatly uhagedo heroAil sqven years," he nys, "thore6 is much umiem ploynmenti -j'iid extrnemists tallk of roolntiooi. The' ost, of irving is high-- sugur ls Ib- butter 3 66d, aid. hreadl Is 4d a loaf,- rent 40 per cont" hIithor-and on the whole. the outi look: is not bright." 'Co d ludoing', Mr Brodiesays : I--'?Iam returning thtis year, for: after' all, I thiuk A'us tralia is the h-e't plaie for mi n i
A Departing Resident [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
A Departing. Resident SMr Jesse Satwyer. of Mootooduo, has disposed of his interests in that district, and Is about'to seek fresh fields and pasturea new. Adamson, Strettle & Co will. conduct a sale at Mr: Sawyer's on March 2nd; To our Sonmerville correspondent-" Wednesday for preferedce, Thursday at latest, The earliest copy always esoape . the tragddy-"held over."
Tanti Market Report [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
Tanti Market Report Adamao.o.Stro~l & Co Pty Ltd uoke the following report reldtive to the last Tanti Market :- Owing to the excessive heat, there was only a fair supply of cattle and a smail yar ding of pigs and calvee. The demand was brisk, almost atotal clearance being effected. The prices were : 8mnll lightweight bullodke, £16, £16r 10a, £18 15e : springere £lb 15s to £18 158 ; lines heifers £0 16a to £9 10a ; fleshy cows to £1o; pl|q to £4 S'9; storea to £2 10a ; oalves to £2 12q 61 ; roosters to 12 Gd. A Pablic meeting will beiheld lin the Baxter Hall on Wdedlnelakc?a eb roary I6th, whbu the hull committee will be electedl.
The Archway Erected [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
The Archway Erecte'd The Archway over the entrance to the Langwarrin.Military Camp, which lins been 'presented to Franukton by R&ajor Condec, O.B. E:. hats been duly ~ransferred, and erected in its:posi tioh over the. entrance to the. Sol Biers'- Honor Avenue.. on Melbourne Road. It adds considerably to the appearance of thsethoroughfare .; The archway was erected last- Saturday afternoon, and amongst those who 'bhogged in" 1were Crs F. H. Wells and W. J.. iOate¢ ard .the Sh|re eo retary, Mr Jol5' E. Jones.
Frankston's Electric Light Special Council Meeting Convened To Decide Its Future [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
Frankston's Electric Light Special Council Meeting Convened To Decide Its Future A*t yesterday's meeting of the Shire of Frankston and Hqstings the following letters relating to the Frankston Eleciric Light Supply were read: -Itwas resolved,.on'the motion of Cr Aldern, seconded by Cr Oates, that a special meeting of tio Coun cil be herd on Thursday, 17th' inst., at 1.30 p.m.; to consider the whole question. SUGGESTION TO BUY. To W. S. Cook, Shire Solicitor. Referring to previous correspond ence and to your ,interview wvith me relative to the proposal of the Frank ston and Hastings Shire Council that the order under the Electric Light-and Power Act, grantcel.to the' above company, be rescindel as to the whole of the area of su-ply out lined in the said order, I am now directed to advise you that this Commission cannot approve of the proposal to revoke the whole order. as such a. step would result in the township being left without telectric supply., The Commission, after carefully re...
A.N.A Day Cricket Match [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
A.N.A Day Cricket Match On .?.londay last, a cricket match was played at the Franketon Park.be-' weoon the Duntroon's (Wesley Coll ege) nod a team from the respective Grammar Schools, the latter whining, by 43 runs ou the first inninge... -Duntroon-lst Innings.i. i B. Bedggood, b Smith .. 0O W. Oichard, c Grey b Smith . 2 E. .Bedggood, b-Smith i . Griffiths, b Shckeoll . 1 Tait, (c Smith b Shackell . Towusebd; c Smith U Shackell 2: Smith;'b Shackell .. .. 0 Moorhomise, u Smith.h Dunlop " 6 W.;McComb, c Grey b Dunlopb 11 Jr?-Bedggood,' b Shackell- .. 10 H. Boldggood, r ot out 40 A. Bray, b Smith I Suudrlries 19 STotal`.' 103 ., Duntrdoon .2nd Innige ol?hhrd,'c 'Sergealnt b Dunlop;: 2 E. Bedggooed, b Shackell .. 4 B. Bedggood, b Shnclell .. 8 Townsend, lbw, b Shields .. 3 H. ;Bedggood; b Shields 4 Tait.' Brown b Dunlop 9 J. Bedggood, o Brown b Dunlop 2 MoornIOUse, not Out .. Grifliths, c Brown b Dunlop . 6 .McComb, c Sergeant blSmith 8 Smith, b Cuing .. 0 Bray, b Smith . .. 1 Sundries...
The Somerville Budget Aeroplane Flights and Personal Notes of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
eroplane Fomerville NsoBudgtesti Tho m..any friends - of Mr rl3,?er, sour, will be pleIseId to 'larnli lthat Ihe it making ia satisfacto y recovery after the recent upuertlon he ,under .wpnt fo: appondiltis.. i - A fair. amonut': of:excltement- was cansed on Saturdhy lest, whli:t he flrst-noroplinte to land here allighted in il r. Arthur; Thornell's-lpaddock. It was piloted by Captainl Fullnerton, who started businossdLrnight away. Passeugers were soon fortheomliog, qtito it number of resideouts maoklig the 10 minute trip. ospeclally oin the Sunday, when onel eotthuslistle local "lighter.' made four Iseots I It Is said. that' over £40 was uetted by the iviator. After quite . noihbe ri of changes ii the staffll; it' appears we 'aie to be favoroed with til!e apilpollntmnlt of a permltnant stititlotiitmaeter in the per son of I?I ~ ?l - \ . K nuckey, who hos ,he6"f ;. di,?iF ' from Dsigei .' -Ho is' busy petting-overything in,exccllout order,.both it and Iiabout tlhe sttion - premises....
Bowling Green Site SHIRE COUNCIL GRANTS FORESHORE SITE Or Cates Makes Vigorous Prote [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
Bdwliqg Green Site SHIRE COUNCIL GRANTS FORESWORE SITE Cr Cates M^kces Vigorous PrOte The 4esire of the Frankston Bowl ing I lb to secure a portjon of the reserve near the tennis courts as a site for a bowling greeq. was brought ntider the notice of the shie council yesterday, when Cr Oates formally introduced a deputation consisting of Messrs E. Barrett and W. Crawford Young, who urged the advantages to be gained by making a site avail able in the locality named. Councillors i-spouted the ground du'iug Junch hour. Cr Oates said he was sorry to op posa the suggestion. If the people were cut off from the beach at that spot they would have to go some were else. Cr Jones-To Seaford. Cr'Alden-The people won't peas this spot if-there is a nice" bowling green. - Cr Wells said there was not room for a-bowling green and better sites could be found. The President said the life-blood of Fcankston depended on the place being made attractive to visitors. A bowling green was a step in the right ...