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GRAND HOTEL GUESTS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
GRAND .HOTEL: GUESTS Recent gtests '.at the Grand Hotel, Frankston, included Miss Pat Cashman - ("Opportunity Club" entrant 'for Miss Australia Quest), Miss. J. Smallhorn (East Malvern), Mrs. L.- Findlay, Miss Hudson (Armadale), Miss Judy Willing of "3AW."), Corp. and Mrs. O. Malone (Pascoe Vale), Miss D. Bbwoer..(Suriey Hills), Miss J. Butler- `(Ciulfield), Miss J.. Lennie (Caulfield), Miss L'. Davidson. (North: . -Melbourne);. Mrs. J.. Clarke-Jones (Malvern),. Miss- E. -Eames :(Prospect,: S a.)' Mr. and Mrs. J. Scoones (Maffra), Mr. R.. C. Trehdell (Kew), MrV B: Barrett ;Fleniiiigtoi), 1MrID Hunt (East St. Kilda), .and '-Mr. D. C. Pengelly (Elvood).
FRANKSTON YACHT CLUB PRESENTATION NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
FRANKSTON YACHT CLUB PRESENTATION NIGHT. More than seventy members attended at "The Fernery" on Saturday evening, when trophies and prizes were presented. After the loyal toast, Mr. J. A. Gloui? proposed the toast of the Federal and State Parliaments, which was responded to by Mr. R.-S. Ryan, M.H.R., and Mr W. Watt Leggatt, M.L.A. A shield, donated by members af the family of the late Major General H-. W. Grimwade, was presented to the Commodore, Mr, John M. Gothe, by Mr. Leggatt, who was deputising for Mr..John Grimwade. Mr. Leggatt said he was happy .to be associated with the late General's family in mak ing the presentation. Presenting the shield to Mr.. Leigh Gloury, who won it for the first year, Mr. Ryan .referred in appreciative. terms to the late General, both as a soldier and a citizen. He complimented Mr. Gloury on his success, and said he was certain that the - Club would be proud to have such a line trophy. The E. M. Hall Shields were presented to. Mr. Paul. Arthur (Inte...
NO "BLOTTO FINISH" WHEN FOOTBALL TEAM BEATEN ON POST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
NO " BLOTTO : FINISH" ' WHEN FOOTBALL TEAM . BEATEN ON POST - There is a humorous-story gb ing the rounds regarding a-Pen insula football ."cert" - that got pipped on the post last Saturday. The story, which comes froml a reliable source, tells of three-pre cious "niners't being on. hand>- for. the- celebration, that. was to -fol- low- immediately on the- team's certain, easy;, and; all-important victory. - .. But there was great consterna tion when the "rank "outsiders" got up in the last stride, and pipped the favorites on the post. Sadly the unopened "niners' were taken home for a more ap propriate occasion -- -perhaps till the far-far-away 1950 season; ' ', ". ? . - '? . - .
The Standard Punters[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
By Carbon Copy's Form Was --Alright. Even though. Carbon Copy was beaten out of a place .in his heat of the .race. trials at Epsom . on :Monday, itf doesn't mean that.he shaped poorly. On the contrary, his form was all that could be tesired, and' his admitlers can take it from here that he is com ".ng to hand in. great 'style. In his trial heat Carbon Copy was travelling very comfortably twelve lengths behind the leader when, nearing the home turn, he clipped the heels of a "horse in front of him and went down' orf his 'nose. When he became bal anced again the chestnut finished on at' a great rate without -being pushedalong. He was just behind the 'place-getters at the finish. Des McCormick, his frainer, was quite pleased with Carbon Copy's..showing; " Provided he maintains. his present rate.- of progress, the four-year-old . will be far enough advanced .to run a great race when he makes his public re-appearance in the J' J. Liston Stakes at .Flemington on August 27. Royal Title for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
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The Standard SPORTING ROUNDUP [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
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FRUIT AND FLOWERING TREES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
FRUIT AND FLOWEIIING TREES Fiuit trees, unlike flowering trees, are'not grown on in recep tacles for .summer planting, so they- must be planted whilst dor mant, between now and the end of Augiust. Al-jples, Pears, Plums, Peaches. Prunes, Nectarines, Apricots, and Figs, in the best commercial varie ties,,. 3/ 6 each. Almonds, in 2 sizes, 3/6 and 5/. Cherries, 5/. Black and Red Currannts, in 1 year biushes, 3/: Gooseberries, 1/6 and 3/; Raspberries, overbearing varieties. 9/ dozen: . ?lllnuts: TWe have some excel lelit varieties in' grafted plants, whlici come into lbeariug in 2 to 3 Yearrs,15/.to °27' each. JEnglish Walnuts, from seed. 5/. ' JPLO lERING TI EES Flowering Peaches. hRed, T'ink, and White, well branched. 5/. Prunus Mlume (Japanese Flow ering Apricot), -1 varioties. which cover a flowering period froin June to September, 5/ and 7/6. Prunus Pollardii, larke Pink Flowering Almonid. 5/ and 7/6. Double Hawthorns, in Pink and Red, also Single Scarlet, 5 to 7 fit. trees, 6/ and...
WEDDING GANE—MANN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
WEDDING The--marriage was celebrated last Saturday, at the Methodist Church, Fran kston, of Kathleen Joan," yo.ungest: daughter of 'lIr. and Mrs. H. S. Mann, of Frank ston, to- Lawreice Roy, .youngest son of Mr. Gane,- of Ballarat, .and the late Mrs. A. )l. 'Gae. The bride, who .was given away by her father, 'wore a gown of white satin, .featuring a gathered skirt; long tight-fitting sleeves and fitted 'bodice, and a' lace yoke edged with a satlin plait. Her tulle veil was held in place with a coro net of orange blossom, and she carried a bouquet of mixed flow ers. The -bridesmaid,' Miss Carmen Ireland (cousin of the bride), and the flower-girl; .Annette 'Vatson (the bride's niece), both wore green net frocks, made with fully flared skirts. The bridesmaid wore pink, flowers in her hair, and carried a bouquet of carnationsj and .th -flowve-girl wore -a green net hat- and carried pink carna tions; . The bridegroom was attended by 'Mr. Ian Ellery as best man, while the diuties of usher...
The Standard R.V.I.B. ANNUAL MEETING OF FRANKSTON AUXILIARY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
Olllilllll lllwl µu ýI11IIIII)UII II1111111/11+1U1L lIIIII 111111i1111111ill111llll ........r.. R. V. i. B. ANNUAL MEETING ' .OF FRANKSTON AUXILIARY The annual meeting- of the Auxiliary for the Blind was well attended. Mrs.' Fletcher (presi dent),, :with the help of 1Miss Howitt, will continue in office for another year, and Mrs. Utber (secretarjr), and Mrs. Tomasetti (treasurer) were both elected unopposed.. Mrs. Tomasetti told the. meet ing that the amount raised dur ing the. year and forwarded to the Institute was £115, plus £13 from anonymous Frankston don ors. The Auxiliary is grateful for such donations, and advises' that any kind person wishing to help the Institute can send donations to Mrs. Utber, and an official re ceipt :will ' le orw.Marde .. A recorded musical programme by the blind students and adults was enjoyed by all. Life-governorship certificates were presented to Mesdames A.' Hill, J. White and Ferrand by the blind guest speaker, Miss Scott-McKenzie, who -touched...
Petrol Tax Allocations INCREASED GRANTS URGED FOR SHIRES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
Petrol Tax Alloc tions INCREASED GRANTS URGED FOR SHIRES Demands by country shires and towns for an increase in al. locations from Federal petrol tax collections received strong sup port from the Liberal ,Party ,leader, Mr. R. G. Menzies, ii a recent speech.: Mr. Menzies indicated that the Liberal Party,. which, as a re sult, of investigations by "its policy committee, has accepted the principle of greater-generos= ity in :payments "to. the States from petrol .. excise, revenue, would; if :-returned at the next election, . see that country muni cipalities received a larger share of petrol tax' collections than at the present time. Pointinig out 'that under the uniform tax system, the States were .constitutionally. unable "to impose, a :"tax -':on .petrol, .Mr; Ienzies said ,that: one of the few types .of .tax left: to them .was he tax on motor vehicles.' However; 'to otain. a few hun: ired thousand pounds of revenue, tle States might have to impose ;idcrushiiig tax on the owners of ...
GARDEN SUGGESTIONS FOR AUGUST PLANTING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
GARDEN SUGGESTIONS (By J. W., IRobinson, of The OYrmond Plant -Farm Pty.. Ltd.) FOR ..AUGUST PLANTING Growthl will be commencing as Spring approaches ' and loose srooted deciduotus trees and shrubs should', be pIanted. By "loose rooted" .is meant plants sent out without soil. Fruit trees are sold in" this way, and many deciduous trees,.such as Double Flowering Peaches;' which ;are 'in colors of crimson, pink -and'white; in the crimson there is an early flower ing and a later flowering variety, the early one being known as Harbiriger; Prunus Mume (the Japaiese Flowering Apricots) are ii. their varying shades of pini arid red;' .the. large pink Flowering Almond (Prunus Pol lardii) and various. flowering Crab Apples. There are also the Crab Apples which are grown for:. their highly colored fruits, aid' of which the flowers are not conspictious. The coppery foliag "ed Prunus Nigra and Bleriana can lbe seen in most Melbourne gardens. , Then there are the ornamental foliage trees-that is ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
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PHONE BOOTH PESTS WATCH KEPT FOR OFFENDERS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
PHONE BOOTH?: PESTS WATCH. KEPT.-' ,FOR= ; . OFFENDERS' : " Complaints are _ to' hand. ::of women being scared by a prowler or prowlers: in the vicinity, of some public telephone ,.booths.in. Frankston. On one occasion; recently; a woman ran screaming towards her home, after. being frightened by .a man. just. after, she ;.had eft a telephone booth in 'the town - Indignant male residents and police are keeping, a close watch for the alleged pest or pests, who are: in.for-a: rough. time. if. caught.. This- serious. matter raises the question; -whether, 'phone. -booth.: doors should" have inside catches for .the protection of users while in the -boothi with their back to the. outside locality.
GROCERY PRICING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
GROCERY PRICING , How oftei have you wondered, while being served at a grocery counter, how much the articles you-were buying are going to cost? How soften 'have you "been. con fused :by errors in placing the wrong, article above' or below the price' marked on a shelf? Ritchie's, of. Frankston, have adopted the new:. and improved way' of letting you and every assistant: know immediately their correct retail-price. A sample of every line on their shelves carries a'::printed :stick-on label with the words, "Don't Sell Me," and the correct price boldly shown. Every time our. assistant reaches for this tin or packet he is reminded that it is there as :a help' for you and for him. . Ritchie's of Frankston also give you a cash receipt on their docket every time- you purchase three or more lines, or, if you have-an ac count, a-docket.is, given for-every purchase:,, Ritchie!s -prefer cus tomers: ta~'heck- their:. dockets and purchases; YY;es, it does :take a little extra: time8i .but Ritchi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
RECONDITIONED MOTORS FITTEDu 24-Hours Changing Service CHEVROLET CARS AND TRUCKS 1937-1948 FORD V8 1933-1948 FORD 10 h.p.. - 1936-1948 iNTERNATIONAL TRUCKS, Models DC, KS5 MOM SE-N BROS. " ::-CHELSEA., GARAG:E CHELSEA 153 CHELSEA SEWING V MACHINE, SERVICE DEPOT All types of sewing machines repaired. a6 YOUNG ST., FRANKSTON Phone 494 Weekly visits throughout Peninsula FENCING Sft. PALINGS ERECTED Or Materials only. M. ROWSTON. 61 FEWSTER RD., HAM!PTON. XW3556. CHIROPODIST MISS P. POWER O.S..S.P. London, P.S. P.C. Vie. For all foot complaints - Corns, Calleous, Bunions, Nail Affections, Papillomas, Etc. :440 MELBOURNE ROAD, Visits Patients. FRANKSTON 643 FRANKSTON MECHANICS' LIBRARY New and Up-to-fate Books -Subscription 10/- year; 2/6 quarter - Free. Reading Room -- HOURS: 9.30 a.m. to 12 DAILY FURNISHING UNDERTAKER N. S. MUIR SFor'ipto-date Motor Funeral .Servioes PPuneral conducted from any part of. Peninsula, and State or Inter state at shortest notice. ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ...