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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 October 1921

Carrum anb %eaforob ticrectorr Seacombe House Opposite Station Beach Frontage, Phone 1 Carrum CAM Phone 1 Carrum"; Under New MVanagemenxt Mrs A. Samuels (late of Essendon), Proprietress. Vacancies for Boarders. 'Reasonable Winter and Summer Tariff. Meals at all ...... Hours. Afternoon Tea. Cakes, etc. BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, Good Accommodation. A Home away from Home. Confectionary, Soft Drinks, Soda Fountain, Tobacco Citarettes, Cigars, &S. Motor Accessories & Oils Benzin, &e ock :d. Oult the Be-t Bands aud Blake, in Stock. wiouse and Land Agency eA RRUM If you . aint to buy or sell a F rtm, H[-ou or Land try ........ Robertson & Co The Land Salesmc. , Ca rrimn HALLO ! The Man that Broke the Butcher's Ring ! Still going strong ! Who's that FORREST The Carrum Butcher Sides of Mutton 5k. ,d Corn Beef from 45d. Further Reductions. Delivery everyday. Leave name and address at the Post Office - FRANKSTON Milk .:. Milk Delivered Direct to You from the Farm ...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Crib Point Letter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 October 1921

Ui Crib: Poilt Letter Xiiother successful concert, ar ragied by Mrs Miller, the popu lar'wife of the Commanding Offi csr of the Flinders Naval Depot, was held last week, and was tho roughly enjoyed by those pres ent.. The programme opened with a rousing selection by the Naval Depot Band, followed by a song, "Every Time I Hear You," by Chief Petty Officer Hingston. and a monologue by O.C Collins. Assistant Cook Pogson played "Ave Maria'" as a clarionet solo. and Mrs Miller delighted all pre sent with her songs, "I1 Bacio" and "I knew He looked at Me." O.C Collins made a hit with his impersonations, whilst the comic songs of C.P.O Prowse and the conjuring of Stoker'Sefton went well. C.P.O Ovens sang "The Floral Dance" nicely, and Stoker Graham gave a piano solo. A.B Justice danced the hornpipe, and P.O Hensby recited "'The Man from Snowy River." Harmony duos and choruses by Mr Pearce, Mrs Miller, O.C Collins, C.P.O Ovens and A.C Passmore .were ,well received .

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Gathering Gum Leaves Judge Woinarski Settles a Frankston Dispute [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 October 1921

Gathering Gum Leaves Judge Woinarski Settles a Frankston Dispute I-.....---- .. ....- ..- 'IP A partnership dispute between two Frankston residents, Marga ret Gessner, married woman, and Frank McDougall was heard be fore Judge Woinarski in the County Court on Tuesday last. McDougall claimed £32 9s 4d said to be due under an agree ment. He said he was a married man, but the successful working of the partnership was hampered by Mrs Gessner's husband objec ting to 'witness going out alone with Mrs Gessner gathering gum leaves. The counsel for Mrs Gessner (instructed by Messrs Hunt & Utber) denied liability. She said she was engaged in the industry of supplying gum leaves to city florists for sale to the,puiblic for decorative purposes. The leaves were gathered in the country to the east of' Frankston, but paid nothing, nasa rule, for the right to do so, though she made a pro fit of £10 per week before enter ing into the partnership. Judge Woinarski said he was quite satisfied t...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Week's Epitome [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 October 1921

The Week's Epitome The death is announced from London of Mrs Alison Balmain, wife of Major Stewart Balmain, late of "Coolart," Balnarring. The deceased lady was the daugh ter of Senator George Fairbairn, who was on his'way to England, and had reached Port Said, when the news of his daughter's'death reached-him. Her mother died at Toorak a few weeks ago. She leaves widower, who-was former ly A.D.C to Lord Northcote, and four children. At the Frankston Children's Court, on Monday last, a youth, 16 years of age, was arraigned on a charge of having scribbled grossly offensive and obscene words on the:walls of the State School lavatories. After a lec ture from the magistrate, who is always anxious to give youthful offenders achance to mend their ways, the young fellow was then bound over to be of good behavi or for twelvemonths. ,l iss Theodora Carter, A:L. C.11c (teacher of pianoforte), who has disposed of her Frankston con nection:to Miss Rene.Galt, L.A.B, entertained her old pupils at...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Our Carrum Letter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 October 1921

Our Carrum Letter By Our Special Representative Al last the cricket club has made a start, and last week a meeting war. held for the purpose of electing the offiers far the season. The follow- ing gentlemen have accepted positions-President, Cr H. Rigby; hoh. sec. Mr H. Stryde ; treasurer, Mr P. Tregeut. Aaetrong committee was also elected. Owing to lateness in forming they will not play in com petition games, but a programme of: friendly matches is being arranged which will no doubt prove very enjoyable. A matting pitch' is being prepared, and the ground choson is on the football reserve,, just oftf McLeod Road. aMr T Heftfenan, hboon. sec. of the Recreation Caranial Reserve reports' that a successful meeting was held last week, when -preparations for the bazaar to fbe' held on' Fohundtion: Dliy weisb miade: An affair to be looked forward to Rehearsals areuowl being held by the Drmiatici~Club for an entertainment to be given in December. The piece chosen, "Time of His Life," ' issa...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Another Pioneer Dies Mr Frederick Addicott [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 October 1921

Another Pioneer Dies Mr Frederick Addicott. The death of Mr Frederick Addicott, aged 75 years, an old resident of the Peninsula, took place at the Melbourne Hospital on Tuesday last. He leaves a widow and 11 children-seven sons, Messrs Frank. Percy, Her- bert, Edward, Reginald, Ray mond and Vern Addicott, and four daughters, Mesdames Gallus and Brew, and Misses Lily and Christina Addicott. The remains were interred at Frankston on Wednesday last.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921

William S. Cook. .Solicitor, - .......I;.?ORN? NGT'ON, .... IELBIIOUINI A1)DDRESS, Prell's Buildings, . 60 Queen Streot. Atlt~* . " ,( llll l i C1o.t , t" ' l , I)nyI Do 7ou Know. , lHAT Ojwal Oilsen, l:ins For Hire " Io 1921 IBUI(K NIODEL CAR -u- tl ostL Itpto l dc,to clr ? u th Pe mitnR in:" 'A 'de. -1 "Al bnry, '" Youn?u Street, 'riuRk tn wruo of IA.Kiu -noi '?t:uRyal A?to;iotilo.e Club House, rF',l"iton.. D"y tn l'Night Survice. Phono I "4:". Solo \'Age?\ r tr thRi District ? 1921 Bnlict Jlodel. Mt4ISS fq alt (Licentiato of the R.A.M and the R.C. M-London) - - PIANO - "Balmoral' .Frankston M. A. James Late Royal Engineers, Imperial Arm3 PLUMBER AND WATER ENGINEER BAY STREET FRANKSTON Bstimates Prepa;red for All Classes o.f Plumbing work. Water Services ........a speciality. .. -" Licensed to Instal Electric Light You-Can A.lway. Rely .. ON E:T"L'INC T HTill: nlT OlI Clothing, Dr apry, boots arid Shuea -At the VERY LOWEST PHICIMS faro- I. BR AY, SDrirer, Nees Agent, etc. BAY STII...

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Personal Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921

Personal dotes The Licensing Court hlas approved of the transfer of the licence of the Tunti Hotel, Aforgingtoo. from Mrs Adollan Hunt to Mr Samuel Truslor. Air Harry Golds, of oessrs Harri son and Golds, the local wood mer chants, who has been suffernlo from a poisoned hand for several wooks past, has :now recovered sufficiently to re sumo his busitess occupation.

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A Rough Voyage [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921

A, 1ough Voyage ' A party of Cheltenham residents who recently visited Phillip Island to take part in wedding festivities, had an exciting expel lence. They had motored from Cheltenoam to Stony Point, and then crossed to Cowes in the as Genista. The return journey to Honstings was made by motor boat, but the trip across Westernport Bay was very rough, waves breaklug right over the boat, almost all being drenched. It was a tired, but never the less, happy party that -landed at Hustings after an eventful panange.

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Orange Lodge Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921

Orange Lodge Picllic The Southern Group of Orange Lodges held their annual picnic at-Frarikston on Saturday last. Messrs W. Banting-.and .G. Tho mas acted as picnic secretaries. In the evening a concert, over wihich Mr C. Dunham presided, was given by the Prahran Sere' naders -in-. the Methodist Hall. An address was delivered by Cr F. H. Francis, M.P, and musical and elocutionary items were con tributed by Messrs R. Ford, P. Ford, J. Jackson, J. Whittaker, J. Thomas, W. Warren, D. Dodd, E. H. Lanyon, W. Austin, and Misses G. Thomas, V. Meek, Miriam Judge and Maude Judge. On Sunday special services were held in the Methodist Church. Ur H. E. Walduck, J.P presided at the afternoon service, which was addressed by Sir Robert W. Best, M.P. The service was con ducted by Rev. H. F. Taylor, of Chelsea, whilst Mr E. H. Lanyon and Miss Miriam Judge contri buted solos. Mr W. Trivett con ducted the evening service, and Mr D. Dodd rendered a solo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921

Frankston Advertisements Established 1888 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers -iPlayp?9 Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glasswa e and Crockeiv Cash Prices Terms Cash 0oinmonnealtbg Iank ust raiia HEAD OFFInE SYDNEY. OPEN FOR ALL CLASSES OF General Banking Business In the PIncipal Cities and Townl of Australia and Rabaul (New Britain); London (2). Savings Bank Department at all rleChet. nd "Svine B tn A.eencs at 2802 Post Osnee Lhrough out Australia. and nt Papua. New Britain. 8olomon. and other Islands of the Pncs ep£ 0 3)% Inter.et on Depoets. up to £1,00. 8% Intoroat on Amounts over £1,00. up to £1,300, JAMES KELL, Sir DENISON MILLER, K.O.M.G., Deputy Governor July ., t. 1920 Governor :P~TU RES: Frankston Pictures Company Limited SHIRLEY MASON in MOLLY AND I CLEF E. N CE EA U'S '.T HE STRONGEST Also--BRIDE 13-serial CHANGED HANDS!. F. M. HERBERT desires to notify the public of Frankston and district that he has purchased the well-known BAY STREET BAK...

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Shirley Mason Picture [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921

Shirley Masoq Picture Despite . counter attraction, there was a good attendance at last Saturday's pictures. Harry Morey's picture dealt' with the old feudal days in Yan keeland, and was a rather iter esting picture, because Harry was dodging bullets most of the time. Still, he dodged them very well, and married Louise Valentine in the end. •Faire Binney was the heroine of "Madonnas and Men," which dealt with the bondage of women in ancient Rome and modern Noo Yark. In one scene gladiatorial contests were featured. "Bride 13" will resume her ad venturous career positively to morrow night, when the villain will still pursue her. That hard case, Shirley Mason, will be presented in "Molly and I," a story in which love's labor is not lost. Albert Roscoe and Lilie Leslie are supporting the inimitable Shirley. "The Strongest," a, dramatic love story by Clemenceau (Prime Minister of" France during the Hun hunt) will also'be shown.

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SOMERVILLE HUTCHINSON-MURRAY WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921

,SOMERVILLE SHUTCHINSON-MIRRAY WEDDING A very pretty wedding was cile. brated at St Andrews Church Somer ville on:Wedrnesilay, 19th inst. The contracting parties-being .Mr Wi'liae: P. Hutchinson, son of rll and Mrs Joseph . Hutchinson, "Hillside" Somerville and Francis 'Ruth eldest daughter of Ce and'Mrs Chas Mur ray ?'Latona't Somerville. The marriage: cermohy was performed by Rev 'A.: P. Ms cFarlane. -assisted by Rev F. 'E. Watts M.A. The church was very tastefully decorat ed for the occasion by friiends of the bride.:. Cr. Muirray gave away his daughter who woie .a- da'inty frock of ivory charm'eiise;- and georgette With opalcescent -trimmings. The satin trai, 'draped from the shoul ders, was lined-with lilio satin, and inished with lovers ;knot of 'euri etie and pearls. !?The :pretty vlil, lent -y Mrs R. Philbriclk, was be comingly?: arranged wr\ ith circlet of pearls and spray of oi inge blossom. A diamond '-rendant`' (gift of the bridegroom) wns: also wolrn. She cairied a'show...

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Harold Grimwade Hurt [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921

harold Grimiwade Hurt Whilst motor cycling in the vi cinity of Dandenongon Saturday last, Mr Harold Grimwade, son of Brigadier-General Grimwade, of Franktton, met with a serious accident, but, although his injur ies are very serious, his recovery is expected. General Grimwade was at Frankston at the time of the accident, but he immediately, motored to Dandenong.. Amongst the visitors, to Frank ston in connection with the rec ent Orange Lodge celebrations were Sir Robert Best and Cr F. H. Francis, M's.P. The latter, in company with the Rev. Walter Albiston, whilst motoring past the statue of Sir Thomas Bent at Brighton on Sunday last,'collided with another car, but escaped injury.

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A Mine in the Bay [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921

iA Mlqe in tle Bay The statement made by one of cityweeklies to-the effect that a live mine had been lost in Port Phillip Bay has been ridiculed by the Naval Department, who aver that the lost mine was a "dud," and, therefore. quite harmless to shipping. It was alleged in the Press that whilst towing a barge loaded with .live mines, destined for Westernport, one of the mines was.lost overboard, 'and that the loss was not discovered until the Pioneer had steamed into Crib Point. :.The mine was discovered seven days later. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921

%omervitle anb J3anart ing Gibbons & Tyree (LATE A.I,F General Storekeepers and Importers, Best of Wines and Spirits kept. SOL'ERTVILLE, We Carry Large stocks Drapery, Groceries, Hard ware Boots & Shoes, Bran Chaff, Pollard, & all other Cereals. Local Ageints fo r Cuming Smith and Co.'s Manures. Law, Somner & Co.'s Seeds Manchester Fire lusurance Co. Arthur Yates & Co. Ltd., Seeds. Tailor Made Suits a Speciality. IMEAT This Is the Man You Want to Meet if You Want Good Meat John Shaw SBUTCHER SOMERVILLE Cash Prices. - Bookings Extra.: Stewing Steak ...... 7d and 8d Side of Mutton .d lb 6 Boiling Beef .- . 7d Leg, loiu ... Sd Silverside Roast 9d Fore Quarter . Gd Briskete . .. ... 8d Chops, trimmed. 9d Rump -teak is 2d Roast Beef, sirloin . . .-' 101 Suet, Sd.. Ribs , 9d Dripping d"' ...... Shoulder Blade, roast . 8d Tongues .... 7d Topside Steak .... . . 10 I Ox Cheek ..... 6 Topside, in piece ... .9 8drys lade Steaik 9d Shn ana Legs of Beef .....

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Frankston Police Court [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921

Frankstorq Police Court Frederick WVilliam Barnes, of Maos cot A venue, Carruin, the owner of a property in Point Nepean Road, on wbicb a'shop was b ing erected, pro ceeded against J. T. Carrol, the ad joinog owner for an order that a new dividing fence be erected. Mr. A L. Williams, who appeared for DMr. Barnes, stated the present feuce was 0ld and was partly wire add partly ti-tree. The position was a residen tial-one, and good fences were neces sary, and should be ordered After hearing the evidence the Po lice Magistrate said the existing fence was not-aufiioent, and proper fencing ohould" be put up. An order was made that defendant erect half of the fence with 5ft. 6in. palings, except that rol gum posts be substituted- for jarrah.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921

?Frankston Directory._ Fo the BEST BREAD CAKES and PASTRY you shOuld t ry'! A. T. WALTERS BAY STREET BAKERY W. J. Withington (20 years ts Conoeral IlHand with L. Fcster & Son, .Melhourle) S InforIms the lllbtic of Frilnk.tonll Iald district that he lis comnie lnccd businss its ...... First-elnss Workinniship, Gnuitiiintied at Mlihlbouri n Pri(:es. Note the addressi--Next to Brown & luir's, tloe bloacktniths Playne Street ..:.. Frankston VV c. 9 * 1. F + tJA LATE A.I.F - Baker and Pastry Cook WVells Street -FRANKSTONI - FRANKSTON" DAIRY Pure Milk, direct from the Owner's well known Dairy Farm Customers may confidently rely on the purity and High-class Quality of the milk supply. Caws milked under strict personal supervision. Milk treated by latest scientific appliances, render ing contamination impossible. Agent for Clutterbuck's Blackstone Oil Engines, Cliff & Bunting's Chatfcuttars and Grain Crushers, &c Simplex 'ilkiug Machines. W. J Ist.a Frankston...

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Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921

- epatriation Notes Returned Soldiers are invited tc apply to this Committee for advice before entertaining bus:ness pro posals of any kind. Those Soldiers and Dependents needing assistance, sustonance, ,?. are hereby notified that by personal application to any of the. undersigned members of committee, forms and advice may bo obtained :-Messrs Oated (chairman), C. Gray, W. S. Hartlnnd, S. Sherlock, W. P. Mason, T. J. McMurtrie and E. Barrett. - -Employers are requested to notify the Committee of any vacancy suitable for returned men. Persons having Businesses or Property. &S., to sell suitable to Returned Soldiers are earn estly invited to communicate particu lars to the Committee. E. BARRETT, Hon. Sec, Repatriation Franksl n

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Our Carrum Letter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921

Our Carrum Letter By Our Special Representative Mr Ralph Cato has opened a hair-dressing saloon in the Luxton Cafe. opposite the station. If you want a good shave or brush up give a ca!l and' you will be pleased,. A bout 40 attended a" social and dance at Seacoinbe House last Fri day-night'. It..was a 'greatnight, and was in aid 'of the' Queen of Sport," of the Recreatioi Carnival, Mr C. Ellis2(ibhi sec of the local "orchestra).reports having haida very successfid?l'concert;natWells ?Road Hall last weel;' andithe result was very, gratifying to all: .:.": Another 'very , successful- Presby terian church .service?was held( last last Sunday night, before an go~'d 1 congregation. Mlr J. Kelso was the preacher. Dealiri's `shop w~indow ' the centre. of. admiration du'ring the week-end, when some beautiful spe cimens of maiden hair" fern; were i view. '.Who` ever giew theni, knew thdir biisiness.: A matter of great importance that requires looking" into: and brought: under the. notice of t...

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