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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
The Aussie Slouan - Business As Usual A Want-Ad. Costs I/. for 14 Words See Your Newsagent "THE STANDARD" WANT ADS. Phone Frankston 6. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1939 PAGE FIVI It Pays to use the WANT ADS. j. C. OBRIEN GRAIN, PRODUCEC EGG J. C. .n MERCAN Public Market, Well St., Frankston. pHONE: Frankston 108. After Hours, Somerville 254. Maize, Whole,, 5/3, Crushed 5/4 Hulled Oats ......... .... 3/ Feed Oats ....... 'Crushed Oats .... at ulls ' 2/3; to ? lots 2/ Branning Oats 3/9, £3/15/ ton Malt Combings .... ',:.2/9 bag pollard, 7's .... ..... ... .... 7/3. Bran, 5? .... .... .... . ... . .... 5/9 " Maize Meal, bush ... ....:2/2 Chick Starter .......;. ........ 11/ Chick Grit ................ .... 2/6 Meggetts .. .. .... .... .... 10/6 Maize Oil Meal .... ... .. 8/9 'N.Z. Greenfeast Peas, bus. -25/ Chaff, Prime :.. ...' ... 5/3 Pressed Hay, bale, :....... 3/ Krafro ... .... ..:. . .... .... 21/ Dandy .... .... .: .... .... .... 10/ FMEE DELIVERY Bag lots, 6 miles. B0ook Now, Day Old C...
TYABB ANNUAL MEETING OF CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
TYABB /INNUAL MEETING OF CRICKET CLUB. At the annual meeting of the Ty abb Cricket tClub, held in the'Tyabb Hall on September 4, the following' office-bearers were elected for the forthcoming season :-President, Cr. H. T. Noble; vice-presidents, Messrs. H. Denham, Sara and G. G. Cole; patrons, Messrs Knight, G. T. Slo combe, F. P. Floyd, J. T. Baker, J. D. Grant,' J. K. Lillywhite and Cr. H. L. Devlin; hon. secretary, Mr C. W. Floyd; hon. treasurer, Mr E. WV. Sara general committee, Messrs R. G. Den ham, R. E. Juidd, A. Taylor, A. J. Noble and C. W. Floyd; delegates to N.P.C.A., Messrs H. Denham and F. G. Gregory, with Messrs E. Unthank and A. J. Noble as substitutes. It was decided to ask Mrs H. Den ham, the wife of last year's captain, to unfurl the pennant won by the A grade team.l prior to. the commence ment of the first -A grade match Tyabb. After some discussion. it was cided to again enter two teams A and B team, in the N.P.C.C. Members were pleased to learn th Mir H. Denham,...
OBITUARY MR. A. B. EWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
OBITUARY -0- MR. A. B. EWERS. Mr. Alfred Boultwood Ewers, died on Tuesday, September 5. Mr. Ewers was of a genial disposition and ~was held in high esteem by a large cir cle of friends. The funeral took place on Wednesday, September 6, the remains being interred in the family grave at Frankston cemetery. There was 'a large attendance of mourners. Rev. G. A. Osmond held a service at the home and also 'read the burial service. - .Mr. Hector Gamble conducted the funeral arrangements.
SALE OF ANTIQUE FURNITURE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
.SALE OF ANTIQUE FURNITURE Messrs. G. G. Anstin and Brody and Herd, agents In conjunction, an nounce: an extensieu auction sale of antique' furniture' olt the property, "Gnarwyn," Cliff road, Frankston, at 1 p.m. on Thursday, September 14. Included in the catalogue are mahog any tables, mahogany S-place suite, cedar chests, robes and twin beds, Queensland maple suite, carpets and modern furniture and effects offer
ORGAN RECITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
ORGAN RECITAL. On Sunday afternoon at 3 'o'clock the organist' of St. Paul's Church of England (Mr J. F. Brown) will con duct a recital which will include selec tions from Bach, Salome, Purcell and Wolstonholme. - Assisting artists will be Mrs Malcolm (contralto), and Mr Game (violinist).
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
CRICKET At a meeting of Frankston-Glen- I huntly Association: it was arranged to place Frankston in B and C class this season. As matches start early in October, it is necessary that the local boys get busy. Practice starts on Saturday, 16th inst. at 2.30 p.m. All intending members kindly roll up. The thanks of the club are ten dtered to the Frankston council for granting us the use of the Cranbourne road reserve again this season.
INDOOR BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
INDOOR BOWLS The trio tournament was played on Wednesday night at thel Soldiers' Hall. A very disappointing entry was received, but the standard of bowling was exceptionally good. All games were won- by narrow margins. In the semi-final Mrs Sorraghan, Wicks and F. Lloyd defeated Mrs* Hinds, H. :McDonaid and H. Hinds. This game was keenly fought out, and resulted in some excellent bowling by both teams. Lloyd's trio won, 11 to 7. J. Sorraghan, Mrs Wells and Jim Sorraghan, who were fortunate to draw tile bye, will play Lloyd's trio in 'the final on September 20. With only three more games to be played in the teams' competition, in terest is centreing in the flight for the final four, with any one of three teams likely to drop out of fourth place. The State singles championship was completed on Monday night. Frank ston maintained their good reputation in these competitions by having two of :the three representatives in the quarter finals. H. Stell was defeated in -the quarter final, an...
A. L. P. UNDERPAYMENT DISCUSSED [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
A. L P. UNDERPAYMENT DISCUSSED' At - the . monthly' meeting of the Frankston branch of the A.L.P. ordin ary business was suspended to permnit officials of the Building Trades Fede ration to address the meeting. Refer ence was made to the practice of cer tain contractors engaged .in erecting buildings on the Peninsula taking ad vantage of present conditioqs of the labor market by underpaying 'em ployees. Certain specific cases were mention'ed over which the B.T.F. have already taken action. A resolution was carried that a hran'ch of the Building Trades Federa tion be formed in Frankston. SEAFORD Life Saving Club Presen tation Night, Seaford Hall, Wed nesday, September 6. Dancing, Supper, etc. Admission 1/1.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND MEN'S NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
CHURCH OF ENGLAND MEN'S NIGHT A well-attended meeting -was held at the monthly men's night at the C. of E. schoolroom on Monday even ing. The subject chosen was Aus tralia and Immigration, and the de baters were Commander Cresswell and Mr. Aldridge. A particular fea ture. of the debate was the interest ing data put forward by Mr Aldridge on the history of immigration to the country. The most interesting part of these discussions, is question time, when many questions are asked that would tax some of our leading poli ticians and Monday night was no exception to the rule. After the usual liberal refreshments, a vote of thanks was moved by Mr Weston Pett to Mr Nuttal for his efforts in assisting the Rev. White in malting these nights such a success.
Church Notes FRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
-0--- FRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH There will be a meeting of the organ committee on Monday evening, when the position will be considered with a view to early action. At the Board of Management on Tuesday it was decided to make a special appeal for funds. The succession of wet Sundays, together with .the departure of leading contributors, has made such action necessary if the church is to continue its work as at present. Next Sunday the services will be taken by the Rev. F. Butchers at Frankston, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., and Somerville at 3 p.m. The 'Parish Jour nal will not be issued again until Oc tober. This explains why advertisers have not- been called upon for their winter ipayments.
WAR SCARE BRINGS THRILLS TO TOURISTS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
WAR SCARE BRINGS THRILL`S TO TOURISTS Mr O. J. Olsen, well kiown Frank aton resident who returned home on Mo!dal:lv afler a three weeks' cruise .to Itatau! in the Strathnaver, experi enr.?rd with the large complement of passengers, a succession of thrills not usually found on a holiday cruise. On the outward voyage from Brisbane to IRabaul ,lhert were persistent rumors of hostile snhbr.nrines in the northern, waters. and a strong lookout was kept. After being tivo days in Rabaul the master of the Strathnaver was order ed by the Admiralty to return to Aus tralia without delay .because of the ulicertainty of the international situa tion. "The liner left Rabaul on Sunday, August 28, and had reached Sydney, on the following, Thursday after covering the 1857 miles at an average speed of 20 knots. No other shipping was sighted on the return voyage. Mr Olsen said yesterday that the general opinion among passengers was that if war had been declared; at that time the liner would have been I ...
Country Party's Work [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
Country Party's Work ADDRESSING delegates at the meet ing oi ?.e newly-formed.Morning ton Listrict Council, U.C;P.'PM J. W. Milligan of the Central Council'paid a scrong tribute to the work 'of the uuistan Government. Mr. Milligan said.:-. . ':', ** he United " Country Party Government brought a new and in vigorating influence into Victorian roiiics-previously for nearly 10 years there had been a stalemate Parliament which had been unwork aL ue and the people were becoming imnpatient. The Labor Party in its efforts to govern was frustrated by a; Tory Legislative Council and the United Austlalia Party' Composite Govern incts were noted for their procrasti nation and evasion in regard to the pressing social and political questions or the day. The United Australia Paity secured and maintained office because of the energetic actiofis,' of its. propaganda service in fostering the idea that the only purpose ?ifor the existence of the Country Pakrtyin politics was to present with' .the UIn...
FANCY DRESS BALL FOR CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
FANCY DRESS BALL FOR CHILDREN The Mothers' Club of the Frankston State school will hold its annual chil dren's fancy dress ball. on Friday,. Oc tober 13, i~ tile .Mechanics' Hall. A splendid night's entertainment is as suned for the children .with games, dancing and supper. :Prizes will be given for best dressed girl and boy, six years and. nnder, seven years and over; best poster, boy and girl; most original, boy and girl; best sustained, boy and girl ,best paper, boy and girl; best set of foiir.' Admission Wil be 1/ for children or adults.
W.C.T.U. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
W.C.T.U. On Tuesday, September 5, at the Frankston branch W.C.T.U., the fol lowing officers were elected: Presi dent, Mrs Geo. Keast; secretary, Mrs' H. S. Burnell; treasurer, Miss A. McComb; vice-presidents, Mrs Twin ing, Mrs Daws, Mrs Long.
SOPHISTICATED CHARM. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
SOPHISTICATED CHARM. Old-world in design, yet strikingly sophisticated, is this dinner-dance frock worn by Virginia Briuce, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer actress. The frock is made of chartreuse marquis ette over taffeta, and is topped by a black velvet jacket, with choker neck and the new back fastening.
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE CHRISTMAS PUDDING [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE CHRISTMAS PUDDING Three cups flour, h lb seeded raisins, ?i lb sultanas, 4 eggs, } lb figs, } lb dates, h lb butter, b lb very dark sugar, A teaspoonful mixed spice, I cup milk, 2 oz. mixed peel, h teaspoon car bonate of soda, 1 wineglass brandy, j teaspoon salt, i cup breadcrumbs, 2 oz almonds. Cream butter, add milk, eggs and sugar, beat up well ,then mix all other ingredients into mixture and beat up well. Then tie up very tightly in a strong cloth and boil for four hours. CREAM OF ONION SOUP Three large onions, 2 ozs. butter, 4 rashers bacon, 1 quart stock, salt and pepper, 1 cup boiling milk, 2 table spoons grated cheese. Peel and slice onions thinly. MIelt butter in saucepan, add onions ,and cook for 30 minutes, stirring occasion ally. Add the bacon and stock, and sim nier for -one hour. Strain soup, nid return to saucepan. Season to taste, and bring to boil ing point, then add boiling milk. Sprinkle in the cheese, and serve at once. GINGER IT UP. When using ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
PROFESSIONAL Phone 29 Frankston. Box 25 Frankston W. J. McLEAN SWORN VALUER. REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS AGENT. I 588 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON .House, Land and Insurance Agent. Furnished and Unfurnished . ents Lollected Auctions Arranged Houses To Let ROSTRON, ROY & PIT' BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS Commissioner for Taking Affidavit ATTENDANCES: tDROMANA: First Saturday in mont 12 to 3 p.m. SOMERVILLE and HASTINGS: Sei and Saturday in month, 11 to p.m. 'RANKSTON OFFICE: Every Satui day .3.15 to 8.30. p.m. Trust Money' to Lend. Melbourne! Office: .440 Little Collin Street. 'Telephones: Central No. 9374. Pri vate Residence: Windsor No. 1931 E. W. OLLEY SOLICITOR, ETC; 440 LT. COLLINS .ST., MELBOURNE MU3700. Formerly' employed by William S. Cook and McCallum). Attends Frankston Wednesday af ternoons, 2.30 to 5, and may be con suited at the office of Mr W. J. Mc Lean, Estate Agent, Bay. Street. Private Address: Park Road, Chel tenham. ROBERT C. TAYLOR, LL.B. SOLICITOR Residence: Kars Str...
SOCIAL EVENING Footballers' Dinner [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
SOCIAL. EVENING Footballers' Dinner Officials and players of the Frank ston Football Club, with their women folk, were entertained, at dinner in the Wattle Cafe on Wednesday night by the ladies' committee of the club. The toast to.the King was proposed by the chairman (Mr F. Pickup). Other toasts honored were: Players and committee, proposed by Mr P. Holt and responded to by the coach (Mr C. Harry); the ladies' committee, proposed by Mr K. Lovitt and re sponded to by the president (Mrs Sco ble, senr.), and to the chair, by Mr Shannon. During the dinner items were ren dered by Miss Muriel Strong and Mr N. Sutton, Mr L. Richards, Master Os terlund, and Mr Will Handley. Com munity singing and dancing concluded a pleasant evening.
FRANKSTON DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 September 1939
FRANKSTON DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL At -the 2nd-term: examination, the following gained form places: VI.-Marion. Floyd 1. V.--W. McCarthy 1; June Miller 2, G. Pentland 3. IVa.--Beryl Warne 1, Nancy Batten 2, Beth. Smith 3. IVb.-Mae. Kerr 1, Doreen Shee han 2, Edward Rundell 3. IIIa.-Betty Hugo 1, Gwen Hutchi son 2, Eileen Gavin 3. IIIb.-Michael Marinach 1, John Spink 2, John McAndrew 3. HIa.-Joan Erskine 1, L. Stevens 2, Veronica Taylor 3. IIb.-Coral- Dawes 1, Pat Tarbot ton 2, Mavis Arrowsmith 3. IIc.-Jean Morris 1, Florence Ed monds 2, Shirley Webb 3. Ia.-Joyce Arnold 1, Sonia Stroud 2, M. Hollow 3. Ib.-Jean . McLeod 1, :Francis Hutchinson 2, Betty Holmes 3. Ic.-Dorothy .Haebeck 1, Hilda Cook 2, Jean Mclntosh 3. tNOOeaich-'