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GOLF HOSPITAL DAY TOURNEY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

G O'L.F HOSPITAL DAY TOURNEY The Golf Tourney in aid of the Frankston. Community Hos pital; conducted by, the Frank-, stoii )M'Municipal "Golf Club, pioved -successful, considering the- adverse weather. The net profit. was ' £90 .-- which. was largely due to the excellent ef orl 'of the members and visitors. :iThe- following' is the list of prize winners:-=1 'Scr. 10, A. '.Webster; 11-18, .K.. Mills; 19-27,'. E. Hallett. 9 Holes Out, Tie' between C. Thor nell and S. Vale;' 9 Holes In, K. Norris; Best Frankston Club Card, L. T. TProsser; 27 Handi cap,' N. Meyers; Associates, Mrs. J.. Masters; Associates' Eclectic, Mrs. H.' August;: Long Drive, K. MacPherson; Ladies' Long Drive, Mrs. 'H. August; Putting, C. Allen; Nearest The Pin, Mrs. H. August. SThe committee expresses . its thanks to the following for do hations:. towards the prizes: Central .Timber & Plaster, S. Davis, Pier Hotel, Grand Hotel, -Frankston Hotel, J. L. Beattie, W. Whittaker, C. Parnell, M. Parsons, '.R. Sand...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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The Standard Punters' [?] Cup Form Topsy-Turvy. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

*s I ' ,p ARK PURI etnuusl Cup : Form Tlopsy-Turvy. :Picking the Melbourne Cup wiriner at present is like pick ing a needle out of a haystack. iorin at :Moonee Valley. on. Sat irday upset the market corn pletely. Former favorites Vaga .ond, Carbon .Copy -and Comic Court, all. blotted their. copy: ,ook by :their defeats, .while. 'Delta, formerly ..at. an .outside price, raced'; his way into 'Cup f:avor by .the. brilliant: win'. iin the W.: S.. Cox .Plate. :No doubt.: results orn Derby 'lay. will sieve, the. prospects out ;o some extent, but, at the noment, :it is anybody's guess :s to what will even start fav jrite.. . . If Carbon Copy, Comic Court and Vagabond meet in the Mc Kinnon Stakes on Saturday, they will have an opportunity to re leem themselves, but. they will 'all have to do better than last week if they are to. have a :hance in. the Cup-r One that does appeal to me as a definite. drospect is Stamen. He was probably the .most, un lucky '-runner in the Caulfield Cup, being t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

A N N 0 U N C I N G... THE OPENING OF THE NEW BODY REPAIRS. ANDj REDUCOING DEPARTMENT, WITH THE LATEST EQUIPMENT LET,-US QUOTE YOU.FOR REPAIRS -: AND RE0DUCOING SMASH .REPAIRS?? AfSPECIAIITY-: :M O"MSE`N?s'BRO OS. CHELSEA GARAGE -- Chelsea 153 i SEWING MACHINE SERVICE DEPOT ll types of sewing machines repaired. 56 YOUNG ST.i FRANKSTON Phone 494 Weekly visits throughout Peninsula FENCING S5tt. PALINGS ERECTED Or Materials only. M. ROWSTON, 61 FEWSTER RD., HAMPTON. XW3556. CHIROPODIST MISS P. POWER D.S.I.S.P. London, P.S. P.C. Via For all foot complaints - Corns SCalleous, Bunions, Nail Affections, Papillomas, Etc. 440 MELBOURNE ROAD, Visits Patients. FRANKSTON 643 FRANKSTON MECHANICS' LIBRARY New and Up-to-date Books Subscriotion - 10/- year;' 2/6 quarter. -- Free Reading Room - O FURS: 9.30 a.m. to. 12.30 daily Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 12 McCOMB'S TRANSPORT. <MEL B O U R NE DAILY SERVICE. Frankston Depot : 19 William .Street. '(Phone Frankston SO, 217). Melbourne Depot, So5 L...

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WILSON'S ESTATE, DROMANA [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

VWILSON'S ESTATE,' DROMANA It :is announced that the area of 45.acres of land fronting Pier Street-and Palmerston Avenue, )Dromaha, that has, been held for .many years by Mr. .Ben Wilson .and the late Mr. Samuel Wilson, -both of Dromana, has been sold by Mr. Ben Wilson and the Es ,tate of- the late Mr.:Samuel Wil ýson, and will be-subdivided and sold -in the near future by T. -M. Btirke Proprietary Limited,: of 287 Collins St.eet,.Melbourne.

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YACHTING AT FRANKSTON SEASON OPENS ON SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

YACHTING AT FRANKSTON SEASON OPENS ON SATURDAY `Mr. R. S. Ryan, M.H.R., has ac cepted the invitation of the Club to be the guest speaker at the Of 'fibial Opening. off the season by 'the' Shire 'President, Cr. J. K. Carpenter,. on -Saturday after noon. During: the afternoon, races will be held and the guests will tbe entertained.at afternoon tea by the ladies'. committee. Invita :tions have been sent to neighbor ing clubs, some of whom have signified their intention of being present. Enthusiasm a in o n g memnbers augurs well for a suc cessful season, Spring Cleaning' Intdrior -walls 'of the Club have been- freshly painted and hooks in the ceiling for hanging of sails and. gear give the room an or derly appearance. -Lockers instal led during the winter have been allotted,. and, in addition to being ,afe repositories for personal be longings, can also be used as seat irig. Photos of last year's acti vities have been added to the al ready large range. New curtains on .balcony windows,...

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The Standard SPORTING ROUNDUP [?]AL M.P.F.L. DINNER [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

SPORTING 4 RHOUNDUIP 'N . blll . ....IIIO U maWnnUmIIWI I mea......unmmI U1111U111111111111111111111111111 11 nnunu SM.P.F.L. DINNER -.. from Pae 1) the positiqt ta years, Sai et. l(r Geo SGh Glouryho at mernorie, peninsula, but could not g( the football e Standard' ters had beer ifor the amal ýv controlling the Peninsula, F Leagule had speaer's task ien made very nn pr. Shade. I the best till crowd" next said he could )ut his secre ently without n he received s of the varin pointing out h the League lade said the t showed the i by the Lea 1,300 was this ires' fees for and the total £851, com atal gates re Despite int ion, the Lea ng four times 10 years ago, rowing. They as round the football was a any other The League I better when its club sec legate. There icism of the who had sat I meeting (as ould say that led had re ad there had on. But he anal hearings apresentatives ned, and the re the Lea ' ident, who ed to make sington) pro "The Pre atulated the winning the n (president, r...

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R.S.L. S[?] FRANKST[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

RS.L. SAND ING K. Da"i' 3 S. Pet Carty, 109; d. H~sled Frankston R Zenflt L. from Franktt

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BOWL[?] FRANKST[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

BOWU FRANM S Four rink er risited ) on October was sultry, and enjo ing took PO The Alma loch 23, , Froanksto Heymanson 72). Another on Saturk

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FIRST FRANKSTON SCOUTS SCOUTCRAFT SHOW SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

FIRST FRANKSTON SCOUTS SCOUTCRAFT SHOW SUCCESS Although the weather was most unfavorable, the Scoutcraft Show was an outstanding success. Commissioner Ruddock offi cially opened the function and complimented the Scouters on the fine job they had done in pre paring the exhibits. He also stressed the advantage of a boy having a hobby of some sort. The late Lord Baden-Powell once said that the person who did not make anything with his hands niade lothing of his life. The most outstanding of the exhibits were: A fine display .of knots and rope work by S.M. Boling; a' beautifully painted 'opy of the Scout Laws by S.M. Squires; a model house made by .\.S.M. Willey, of 1st Morning :on; and a fine array of radio and .unplifying equipment by A:S.M.'s Booth and Smith. P.L. Medwin. •onstructed a sp'endid bridge,' and several other. exhibits show ed promise of some really good entries next year... The needs of the "inner man" were well attended to by Mes James Medwiri, Ives, and .Hol land, who,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

SCOEN CLE and Dry Cleaners ON STREET, HAMPTON. NGUA i one: XWV2439 eW b a good ,tailor can renew yours VASIE & C O. e ntleeen's Tailors .and Dress Clothes have AUSTRALIAN and ENGLISH Material to renew from Ta ..' epe rience, in Class Trade FFANKSTON Phone 860 SST, FRAN. CERY OF QUALITY / efor Men AND FRANKSTON. .r TER ' " L DRY CLEANERS y SERVICE FIBROUS PILASTER JFACTURING CO. " RNICES AND PANELS.? IEDIATE DELIVERY .... Sheets Available) .. ,T OUR 'STOCKS -? ITREET, BALACLAVA 4 DNE: LF 1933 . RING TYABBN 262 , for PANEL BEATING AND" DUCOING HOODS -BOWS - -UPHOLSTERY " - B CAR SALES TIN CARS, TRUCKS; UTIL:TIES EWV 10OTOR CYCLE from us,-mention-. EE Pillion Seat .and Foot Rests, Regis-.' dumber Plates Fitted, Petrol and Oil, months' Free Service. District Agents' for Matchless, B.S.A., Sunbeam, A.J.S.,?Arieil: Triumph, Velocette, Fran'clse Barnett. Distributors of' Jawa 'and Ogai CASH . :- TERMS. : TRADE IN. E.S.A . 150 M.P.G. - £36 Deposit BROS. MOTOR CYCLES :, h. (Opp. Stat...

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C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

C.W.A. All nominations for office bearers must be lodged with the seci-etary of th e Frankston branch of .the. Country Wvomen's Association, not later than Octo ber 27th; Each nomination must be signed by two members and the nominee:. for the annual meet ing in Novemberi. An all-day, basket-making de monstration will be givenbtiy Mis G; '*E ;Kelly.an;'~ill ke~ held ov October 27th.

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LABOR CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

..'A new. departulre in campaigii ing:-was the conferencee,at.Chel tenham last. Sunday of, delegates from A.L.P. branches in the;Bala clava, Flinders, Heaty, Higin botham and Latrobe electorates. The innovation was enthusitsti cally received the majority of branches in the five :electorxtes being represented in, the.80 mem bers present. The endorsed Labor -canddates for Balaclava, Flinders and' HiginT botham (Messrs. li. DuSnn,, I. Wilson and F. Field). attended, and informative addresses elyeri given by Hon. J. Cain, 1,L.A; Mr. R. Broadby (A.L.P. President and A.C.T.U. Secretary), Senator, Sandford, Messrs. P. ,J. Kennelly (A.L.P.. Secretary), G. Gowans, F' Field, and. R. A. Clarey. At the conclusion great appre .cation'.was ..expressed f fr the .ex_ cellent evening meal supplied: by the ladies of the Cheltenham branch... .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

PAGE 14.-THE STANDARD, n?hrsday, October 27, 1949. A SURE WINNER Oif R SE3AORD " . THE RENOWNED "THOROUGH-BREAD" BAKER E , C. NiC •OLS HAS 'NOW ACQUIRED THE SEAFORD BAKERY "STRICT CLEANLINESS" - MY MOTTO DELICIOUS BREAD AND . SMALL GOODS DELIVERY DAILY Phone: FRANKb TON 38 DUCOING, INDUSTRI.AL PAITIt4G, PANEL-BEATING AND WELDING DONE BY SEx -Paint Superintendent General Motors Holden "(With Holdeiis 22 felai'?; U'ALITY GU'ARANTEED ,. RAY WOOD. FRANKSTON CAR SALES. 54 DANDSNNONG ROAD 'Phone: F'kston 55 Agnts r oldenCars. S AYIDE TOWRSNG ;THIRE CAR SERVICE, 24-HOUR R A GENERAL Specialist in Child., tudies BAYSTUDIO - 13 DELL ROAD, RANKSTON 'R.A.C.V. Service Station._ ; Oeneral Engiieering.i. ~61~0 Morniniton R'oad. ionei Frianks~'tn 19i. " (Across Cranbourne Road Bridge) Phore: F'ston 735 . WATCWTH - THIS SPACE JE -or ? , r UTURE . U .. - _, * . U- '1 TOURS . " PENINSULA BUS LINES '- Frankston 46 - 588 ULBRICK & BILiHAM - AU:C IrN b 'EER SSTOCK, STATION, REAL' E?rTAE, LiND A'N...

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LOW-PRICED CAR HARTNETT COMPANY'S OBJECTIVE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

LOW-PRICED" CAR IARTNETT COMPANY'S S OBJECTIVE Applications. are now open for shares in Hartnett. Motor Com pany.Limited. The. company aims to place on the Australian mar ket,. withiini 12.: months, a low priced economical motor car, and it .is: expected that ::this vehicle will sell at £430, plus:sales tax. -:The car ::is 'a .four-seater and will be available-- inl both saloon and:. tourer body types. It. has been 'designed by J. A. Gregoire, w!lo has: been respons ible for :tlhe :engineering 'of such well-known 'cars as the D.K.W., Adler,: Citroen and Amilcar. Exhaustive tests have.. been carried: out on the prototype unit .both on the, Continent and in AAustialia,: arid` on a test run. be tween Sydnrey and Melbourne, it .was" claimed 'that the car travel led= at an . average :speed of 47 inilesi an '-hour ' with. a petrol consumption i of :.52- miles to. the gallon.; The. car is. fitted \vith a front-wheel: :drive.' I At first, unasseinbled units will be.. shipped .from 'England,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

TUATIONS :v?,ACANT-: . ,IRL 70 To 1NI ; ! AND LARN Full Time Plus Piece Work Boius. LIMITED OD STREET, :RICHMOND JA 4181 SSTREET, FRANKSTOND hone: Frankston 240 7 eltenham, ARK Bulk PROFESSIONAL MURIEL E. MACKENZIE, Teacher of PIANOFORTE SINGING THEORY Pupils prepared. fori all; Trinity: College, London;'- and .::A.M.E.B.'i Examinations "Windhobek," Cliff Roag.-and St. Paul's Kindergarten Hall. S Phone 891: LOIS -PETRIE Teacher of PIANOFOQRTE 6 BALMIORAL, ST., FRANKSTO1 Phone 926 WILLIAM G. LILLEY SPIANOFORTE TEACHER. Pupils prepared for .all. Uriversity Conservatorium Examinations. First class piano tuning . Teaching Address: 52. Wells S. Private Address: 130 William. Sti, Frankston EDUCATIO . _. Gra'a News :For Mothers; "JACK AND JILL : NURSERY SCHOOL' (Miss E. P. Hewitt); For Children: 3 to, " years Hours: 9.30 a.m. to 3.30 pi?? Opening_.. Masonic Hall, 1 'rnfiistdg' in about two 'moiths .tirmse With three assistants and: full ftlme>. traine'd nurse Fees: 12/6 we :, y day, 5 P...

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OBSTRUCTING FOOTPATH MAN WHO DEFIED POLICE FINED [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

OBSTRUCTING FOOTPATH_;I_ IAN WHO DEFI D POLICE FINED : Gordon Stuart Haigh, builder, of 34 Sheridan Avenue, Franks ton, was fined £1 at Frankston Court last week, on a -charge of obstructing the .footpath in Davey. Street, near. the Grand Hotel, on Saturday, October' 1; : Coristable, Cattanach gave evi dence • of. .witnessing several women- having,:to go in single file' round- defendant and two ,other nmen, about ;6.20 p.m. on they date :in question. The men had been drinking, but were not drunk When'-he told' them to go home, Haigh said. he was all right, anrid was: not , going to move. Requested again to go, Haigh said he-was going. to stay there: as long as.he liked, and the constable could do what he liked about it. Defendant was then taken to the police station and at the. police, station, said Cat tanach, Haigh refused twice to sign .the bail bond, which would have released him. Haigh pleaded . not guilty, and denied the charge. Cross-examined 'by, Mr. R. C. `Taylor, for defen...

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[?]day week [?] Parkdale [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

ay week, Parkdale at be ex llenf posi go and ex ne," *C/ home, 25 d, or ring at,. 1R-18. Ist, Young es, 5doay and Far layne St., for Inter. rds' News rankston. RAPHER rds Short per Week. d speed, Advance. 0ents to . Juniors, ge. Five Excel. PPIY Mr. rchLa Graham r, Coffee and cond!. leek-end Y 574 Bay

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Hastings Acclaims John Coleman PAGE 16.—THE STANDARD, Thursday, October 27, 1949. Distict's Great Tribute to Champion Forward. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

PAGE 16.-THE STANDARD, Thursday, Octolber 27, 1949. Hastings Acclaiiis John Coleman Distict's Great Tribute to Champion Forward Last Friday was a "Re. Letter 'Night" for Hastings when a very big percentage of the to vn and. district population at tended at the Hastings Hall to officially welcome home -the former local champion goalkic'ter,, John Coleman, at a ball arranged in honor of his trium ihant 'first season. with Essen don League team, where he kicked' tihe record of 100 goals, and stamped his claims as the gre.tet Victorian goalkicker -of all time. . Prominent amongst the visitors were. Messrs....W. 'French (senior Vice-President and Life Member of Essendon League Club, aid' an Essendon Club official -for 42 years), who was accompanied by Billy Hutchinson, . first rover; George Hassell, rhampion wing ster; and Bob Syme, first ruck man of' the .Essendon' League team. Popular Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Coleman, the proud parents' of the champion, were accompanied 'at 'the function by ...

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AMATEUR ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

AMATEUR . ATHLETIS The interference caused by rain to track trials and- training has made'the task of grading corn petitors for :the opening:- of tlie 1949-50. inter-club, track competi tions at. Olympic,Park on Satur day a difficult .one. . - i Selectors are, confronted with the task of filling vacancies caused *by the .absence *of a few of last season's competitors, the 'promo tion of sojme of last season's jun lors to the senior ,ranks, and the grading of new- competitors, with very little indication as to' :the form of competitors.: All members are asked to con: tact a" memberof the Selection Committee if: they will not ' be available for Saturda . Failure 'to do -this :can quite easily, rob a team of many points. Programnme -for: Saturdny' - `. .. :" Frankston '.._'" .:Grade "v. Pires ton ; YFrankston t'Hi'"' G ade v Richmond. , Events. to:. .be.r contested*i-?. 100 yds., 440 yds-: ., 1 mile n, liigi and broad jump;?s discus. throw; 1.10: yds.:,hurdles;: 4.x2 220 yds: 're layi ...

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LEAVING IT LATE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

ILEAVING IT DlATE ',:- " (.' -:" 'B y -Dem ,oc at).? ," . ::h d In fixing December. 10 as the dite .fo-r., the next 'Federal elec 'ticls;, the'-. G o v e-r n m-ent' has stretched the lifeof th'e 18th Par 'iamient to the limit. This is no casual, decision. "Reasons 'for ' it can- be " traced back to :last yeair. Among factors, which influenced the' choice is'one.which the :Chif ley Government. would like the people to forget. Tow\ards the eend of `,1948, La bor "Ministers were -optimistic 'about., the success of the Corin nionwealth's appeal to' the Privy Couiicili'on: the bank nationalisa tion ,case. They expected to .get a favorable ruling by .the middle of this ::year, and 'to adjust .the legislation for a quick .suppres sion of. private banking.. : The nissue, they hoped,_ would have ?eased. to. trouble :the';pub lic·.irid., by .December.: 'TIhey aimed to have-gone so far in 'takig -over the banks- that, as Mr. Calwell 'put it, "The Opposi tion woulcd not be able' to restore them...

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