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NATIONAL BALLET [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
SNATIONAIL BALLET - The second programme submif *ted by the ballet at the Princess is .-varied one of four offerings, with Aurora's 'Wedding. opening. It was -..a beautiful contribution in whlich every participant from the very splendid Major Domo to tlie Corps de Ballet added con siderably to the evening's perform ance tllroughout. In a galaxy, of talent-where flashes of great art was shown mention must :be made of "Blue bird and the Enchanted Princess," where Max- Collis with June Wood scored and the audience showing full appreciation. Max Collis, with a little more maturity, will figure among the. foremost male dancers of the. future. The lovely Pas-de-deux of Mar garet: Sqott. and. Rex Reid as Prin cess Aurora and Prince Charming .-was ,marred-a :.little--through 'wkwardness through ' mis-timing in supporting the partner. T'-iindra..-ViJhyam: is' .a- 'Hindu ?balletnlne scene; where Shiv c aiam predOallates,. with minutes detail and his exquisite' art. "His. expressive hands tell...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
HARTNETT MOTOR COMPANY :ID. (Incorporated in Victoria). ISSUE AT PAR OF 400,000 $HARES'OF 5/-'EACHi ' ((Payable in full oh application) OFFERED FOR PUBLIC APPLICATION,,', :,.,',. ' No founders or :mnagenimet _dr deferred shares are to be, issued. AUTHORISED CAPITAL, £&250,00, ... 1M.* R1riTCnT s: ' - *'/*"' : LAURENCfE JOIN HARTNETT:, C.B?.?,' M.I.E. (Aust.), M.I.A.Ae.E;, of 8 Heyington Place Toorak, and of 414 Collins Street, Mel bourne. Chartered Engineer (Chairman.arid Managing Director). WARREN .WALLACE ALDERTON, of .15 Doohat Av\enue, North Sydney, and of 12 O'Connell -Street, Sydney. Company. Di rector. JOHN STEWART McCALLUM, of 50 Shan ilon Avenue. Newtown, Geelong, and of 103 Little Malop Street, Geelong. Company'. Director. BANKERS: - The National Bank ocf Australasia Limited, 271 Collins Street, Melbourne. SECRETAtIY AND. REGISTERE :OFFICE: Edwin Albrecht -Jensen, F.C.I.S.: 434 COLLINS. STREET, MELBOURNE. ;The objects of the Company are to.produce and sell 'a low-p...
AUCTION OF INVESTMENT PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
AUCTION OFI* INVESTMENT., PROPERTY. By" advertisement in the aut tion column of this issue it is a4 nounced that a fine investmext property of a' pair of bricl? fabs are to be offered' on the 5th-No vember. These, flats have provide'l" ?L excellent rental return in the past and, with the shortage of, ac commodation at present being ex perienced, will continue to. do s. The valuable site opposite a .wide clean, safe bathing, beach has two road frontages, including Morst ington Road, where a regular, ef ficient- bus service operates to the town some half mile distant. This property looks across the Bar, and is to be offered' with' vacakt possession of : the . larger flit, which contains seven rooms. - s The .agents in conjunction, Ga. G. Austin; oL :Frankston, and I. Gardne` :: Zang, '.of, Melboudire, vill 'suppl any~' iniformationf lde sired. and arrange,: inspection.
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
.Si'VENTH-I AAY. ADVENT ST . L. Minchir writes 1from Ger many:-- . . . , :?"it is a,.glorioui; mid-sunmner day,. as we glide. up this famous Rhine, on one :oef the large paddle steamers plying:between the liany towns along her .bahks. ' Much has ibeen crowded into the last: two and, a half eventful wveeks since':Icame, at the request of the Gentral EuroPean Division, on. a goodwill visit to attend seve ral Seventh-Day. Adventist Youth gatherings in Weitern Germany. S"There is no country I have de sired more to'visit. I have wanted to. meet-.our people,- ..to see our youthlii;and observe-conditions as they really: are.. This I have now seen. J-'.havebeeni among a greatly chastened and: humiliated I)eople. who are cblparitively cut off still from associatiodiwith and re cognition.among the Yations of the world.. Their'.cities are in such terrible ruins.that generations will not rebuild them. The fear of Russia is over-much of their coun try. "I caine with the purpose of lbringing a' i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
A Welddi? PORTRAI" by MICHAEL TOOHEY '. Will Capture the Loveline ss . . of Your Wedding Day ,. SCOMPLETE. ." WEDDING ORDERS Fr om .4 Call in and Inquire : ·2:: 26-28 PLAYNE. ST., FRANKSTON or Phone 692 H.; . ROGERSON 74 DAVEY STREET, ' FRANKSTON BUILDING SUPPLIER WASHED CONCRETE SAND, BLUESTONE, SCREENINGS, 3ARnEN SOIL. GRAVEL, ETC., HARDWOOD AND RED GUM. THE MANUFAC'UIREIRS" BOTTLE CO. OF VICTOlIA PTY. LTD. Registered Office: 360 Collins St., Melbourne. NOTICE TO-IOTTLE DEALERS AND OTHERS; A?L Bottles with "A the trade marke °and brand, vl.: M.. over CV. In"a spade moulded M. thereon are the. SOLE PROPERTYofTIIE dC .V) MANUFACTURERS' BOTTLE COMDPANY OF -.. VICTORIA PRO- I PRIETARY LIMITED from w? h ich Company they have been IIIlllil. and such bottles have been delivered by such Company solely for the puarpose of 'nabling the" con tents to be uced only once for retailing. consuming. or using ale or stnut or other fermented ore unfermented liquors conta ied In such bottles. T'he bo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
PAGE 10.-THE STANDARD, Thursday. October,20, 1949. U II K t Ron PttWon Hairdresser and Tobacconist WISHES TO INFORM HIS CLIENTS THAT HE IS OPENING AGAIN "IN THE PREMISES FORMERLY'. OCCUPIED BY S CHIPCO . ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS K . SCORNER YOUNG AND PLAYNE STS. Ui ,. . U3 POSTMASTER'S-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT TELEPHONE TRUNK LINE SERVICE The Postmaster-General's Department announces that, commencing from 8 a.m., on Monday, October 24th, sub Ss:ribers In Melbourne and suburbs will obtain service to a Snumber of places in the Frankston and Dandenong districts, by calling direct to the Frankston and Dandenong- exchanges. - Subscribers in the Melbourne Metropolitan area should call as shown hereunder for the following" places: I CALL MU .023 (Frankston) for: Balnarring . .! Mt. Eliza ' SBaxter Pearcedale SBittern Seaford '. ' : rib Point . Somers ,. iB .Hastings ' Somerville 4 Langwarrin -Tankerton . S ,Ierricks Tyabb II CALL MU- 026 (Dandenong) for , Ilmurta K "..;'.'l oowee-rup 'North ' .Bay...
TUBBA RUBBA'S FOUNDER MR. EDWARD JONES IN LATE 60's. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
TUBBA RUBBA'S FOUNDER. MR. EDWARD JONES IN LATE 60's. Interest continues to grow throughout the Peninsula regard- ing recent publication in "The Standard" of residents' opinions that a huge and rich gold reef awaits eventual and inevitable &nbsp; discovery at Tubba Rubba Creek area, extending from "Foxy Look-out"' 'to Merricks North Post Office, on Tueorng and Mornington roads. This week, "The Standard" re ceived a visit from the daughter of the late Mr. Edward Jones, of "Spring Farm," Moorooduc, who was the first to find gold at Tubba Rubba, in the late 1860's, when the horse he was riding chanced to uncover a speck of gold after rain. Mr. Jones told people in Mornington of his dis- covery, and thus started the first &nbsp; gold rush to Tubba Rubba. The founder's daughter brought &nbsp; to "The Standard" office a news- paper dated July 13, 1893, which described a later "rush" to Tubba Rubba, which had taken place only a few days before that date. The paper d...
Get This Straight! [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
Get This Straight! I did hope that the al- location of eight inches of space to the three candi- dates for Flinders each week would overcome the usual campaign of whisp- ering, but right at the outset, the action of Standard Newspapers is being misrepresented. Firstly, certain supporters of Andrew Hughes (and I know who they are) are claiming that I am sup- porting their man. Know- ing what happened in the Hughes' case, knowing the background of his support, and noting the obvious trend in his campaign, surely those who are ac- quainted with my views should know that I would not on any account give him my support. Certain Labor people are claiming that because I have given Colonel Ryan eight inches of space I am allied with the Lib- erals! Labor has a tend- ency to keep its officers in harness for far too long. Their powers of reasoning decline with the passing years. Politics is a very dirty business. In fact, so very, very dirty, men who are straight and honest find it difficult t...
"HERE FROM THERE" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
David Martin's latest Tivoli show creates a new standard in variety production, for which Joan Davis, English producer, is re- sponsible. Her creditable effort gives Melbourne a top-line show, with magnificent sets, brilliant color-blended, daringly mixing &nbsp; colors with wonderful results in the dressing, which should attract the ladies -- and maybe the men? The Wiere Brothers take pride of place in talent in a programme of top-line performers. No beter act has been seen in vaudeville here. They are good musicianu, who are clever with clean comedy and with perfect timing. Their act held up the show. An old- timer remarked after the perform- ance that he had never heard an audience laugh so heartily. Their simultaneous dance to the music of Chopin's Minute Waltz has to be seen to be appreciated fully. Their pianiste, Mildred Seymour, adds considerably to the turn. Shirley, Sharon and Wanda, young American acrobats, give a refreshing and clever act. Jackie, a balancer, but...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
IMPORTANT NEWS R. G. Chipper &, Co. AUTOMOTIVE - INDUSTRIAL - ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS NEW ADDRESS - Station Street, iFrankstoss PHONE ;883 -- After. Hoiars: 662., (LOOK FOR LUCAS SIGN) Late Address :- Cr. ''Young' and Playne. Streets, Now :Occupied -:byi Mr. R u Pottoi?, Hardresser OR. .I THE STANDARD, Thursday, October 27, 194I.-PAGE 13. A Wedding PORTRAIT by MICHAEL TOOHEY Will Capture the Loveliness of Your Wedding Day COMPLETE WEDDING ORDERS From . Call in and Inquire .. 26-28 PLAYNE ST., FRANKSTON or Phone 692 H. .. ROGERSON ,4 DAVEY STREET, FRANKSTON BUILDING SUPPLIER WASHED CONCRETE SAND, BLUESTONE, SCREENINGS, GARDLN SOIL. GRAVEL, ETC., HARDWOOD AND RED GUM. CAPITOL ;MOTOR SCHOOL .'Tuition on Modern, Specially Equipped. Cars. Book .at :': BOB .CONNAL'S GARAGE, 5 a Bay St., Frankston.l Tel..740. PLYWOOD - BIRCH Manufactured witlh waterprocf glue. Various thicknesses. - Sheets from 4 to 6 feet various - widtlhs. Packed in crates of 20-50 sheets. SAVO WOOD BOARD Tempered H...
METHODISTS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
'' :; ' METHODISTS During- the :coming week-end thle' Methodist Giil Leaders' An nual Conference will be held at the C.EB.S': Cl~ina Site. The "Rev; J. T. :Freeman, his been re :luested to conduct a_ communion ervice at the camp on Sunday at 7.30, a.m: ;At..11l a.m., the Leaders will attend the Frank t.n Methodist, Church .and will assist the Rev. J. T; ,Freeman in the service.- A large" gathering is anticipated. "?, At .Carrum Downs Methodist Church next- Sunday, the 7.30 p .m. service will:' be conducted by a Youth Group recently form ed by.the Rev. J. T. Freeman. Mr. Norman Arthur. is convenor. ,The Youth Group will visit 6ther churches in the Circuit during the quarter.
[?]TING [?]HEALTH [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
EA LTH -tin g th e at toe :,lOs(to n d at tne oon, The tee sece siowed e~s had bies had ring the owillt ork done er Ander unAalling and her the re n raised Id li the Tributes k oft M1:s. dirs. I'ol' fainer eabe.s of as a truly eallOrllous dolle for er replort, the com ce. tr easurer, lalnce of awler des e ac liee the 'equip purchased. CERS lie bearers President, presidents, ad Stone; call; trea clommittee, ected, and and M.\oore d to Mesn tone, and :as made made by to have rne load, aed after (and rep Director re a most of her Scotland; cribed her s the most her life, "wondrous n meeting sue. 'AR will cele day next
STAGE DOOR MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
S- Bi "'FlRST. flKQHTER" MI-UCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING The Stratford-on-Avon Shakes peare Memorial Theatre Com pany commenced a short :sea son at His Majesty's, when Much' Ado About Nothing was presented. John Gielgud has given a production the: like of whliich has not been seen here during a Shakespearian season. In it, - there .is smoothness with speed, even when the scenery is changed as the. play pro= gresses and the audience lookina and listening: The costumes are spectacular and beautiful. The settings and groupings are simple, yet smart and adequate. The cast is a big one and from the leader to the smallest char acter, each player fits into a pattern which forms a beautiful tapestry. Truly, it is the finest performance I have seen of its kind and well merited the sus tained applause at the final cur tain. Diana Wynyard's Beatrice was mixed with the light amount of humour - her mood changing quickly for the saddened "Hero" during the wedding scene., Anthony Quayle's' Benedick was a...
RYAN F[?] FLINDER [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
KYAN FUND Col. Ra one should IThal is lh st.ungly on Use of the great ideals b,.'tll as : luspira'tion .1·e.al tho^ by 1,.e Lierl !Ilia; i rouddo lid; oe tel oril opped ter loal a is altluougn tsat I"aedey dl'r,, stallla loud One of the the iroraz obJectie of of Oordauilles tne goud id, ' eall.atIu0 lais neaps builu a aati quire the ju oriK, or s fication, to tsluuon, to a erty and at shil free fr lege and the hlnerest; tree deadening t crocy, the and educatio Here is a one of op call to Ithe qualities of arter A' a Seat.po ceing ereot of less In more, a p strict free free eite enterisiama Vote for Country It keep Anal (Authorisad Camlpaiga Country P Seaford).
A. N. A. FRANKSTON BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
A. N.: A. FRANKSTON BRANCH. Ong Monday, .7th November, a -Board member -:from Melbourne A;N.A....Headquarters will visit Frankston .branch. to instal of fice-bqarers: for-;:the next half year.- ..: ; Also, on. this-' night, a honour roll .will: be: unveiled in honour of members. who paid the supreme ,acrifice :during the 2nd -World War. All members are requested to reserve .Monday, 7th November, and to attend this unveiling cere mony. .Refreshments will be served after the close of the meeting.
FRANKSTON THEATRE GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
FRANKSTON THEATRE GROUP (By "Stargazer.") As I' mentioned previously, "The. Crirrnie of. Margaret Foley" opens in the Confessional in a Dublin; Church, where a kindly old priest is listening to a con fession:. It is Father Noonhan Margaret- Foley's Parish Priest, guide, philosopher and friend. Playing this role is cne who hasn't been. seen for many a long .ay,-Donald Ferguson Chadwick (Bill)-of. Scottish descent, sure Iv-but Bill's :acquired soft Irish brogue is so very real and. pleas ant on'the ear, one wouldn't doubt that he had been born and bred .*,n Irish soil. A ne.~womer to the boards is Myrth .Cemm-in the play the wife of a not, over prosperous Dub'in solicitor's clerk, and Mar garet Foley's sister. Myrth has to age considerably for .her role and be. a grim, disillusioned. fcrceful -Irish woman-by name -Kathleen. Gallivan, blunt and downright, afraid .of no one, but terribly, afraid of the change she finds in her once attractive sister. This may be Myrth's first part, but- ...