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CITY HALL CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

The concert presented-.atLMen ,tone City -HalL list. week, in - aid of, the;, funds of Mordialloc. Citi ,zens' ..Band.merited a ,.much big gerhliouse ::: ,lie.s'tageG .wask , eryr of.poppies, lilies, and huge palm. plus good lighting effects, show ing just what can be done witt the much maligned City Hal, stage. The artists presented one -f the best programmes yet heaf~d ihere. It was a delight. Star of the' night was undoubtedly - years-old violinist Desmond Bra - ley. Probably his offering was C the highest class yet heard in t City Hall. His 'easy playing, s unhturried confidence, and I tonal effects were worthy mature master. .The thunderous applause was a deserved tribute to a brilliant Inddie who will ulti mately bring musical honors to his native land. Eunice Garland (DesmoGaaas mother) was the perfect accom paniste, and her solo numbers were musically and technically excellent. Her "Clair de Lune" was played in a manner well -irgi perfect. - It was pleasing to see popular ra...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"HELLZAPOPPIN" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

"HELLZAPOPPIN" it's Got into -my blood asyon cansee ! ITSTHE craziest show i?veseen -everi dont goonany Ac count IFYou expect entertAIN MENT according to Acepted stan DarDS 'cause itsnotthere. UnfortunATELY.it got away to a bad start ON night ONE owving to a blonde mistaking the ever PRESent twinkle in Premier Thos. Hollway's eye & result BAD pub licity. ITS not as Bad AS that. One ofthe funnieSt incidents OC curs before the eight OCLOCK curtainS the two comedians who entertain, harassandgenerallycon fusestall patronsDo a Har Djob reallYwell DELEO. & MAYO as Olsen tind Johinsn areon stage a lobt&as burlesque stars they rate high. gloriA gilBeRt presentsthe bestt urnof thenite-and howshe Turns. GLORia is aballerinaof greatdisttinctionthe show is stron Ginthe DanCin'gdePArtmEnt mat TYKING MauriCE and MarlENE lilyponds and DORothyjEAN are topliners iii theirownffield £- kol oredkomediaN''SNOwball&" whIT Tier presents anact remin ISCent oftheda ysof ChaRL...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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HAMILTON-FIRTH ENGAGEMENT PARTY Happy Function at Frankston [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

HAtIILTON-FIRTH ENGAGE.1 MIENT PARTY Hapny Function- at Frankstonu Forty-five guests were preser at a happy engagement party,- o Saturday night; held at the hone of the prospective bridegrom 4 parents," Mr. and. Mrs. E. H mi1 ton, 144 Dandenong Rdad, Fr'aht ston. The charming bride-t.o-be was Miss Ina Catherine Firth, second daughter of . Mr. H. -t. Firth, Forest Officer, State Plat .tation, .. Frankston.. The; bridej groom-to-be, Mr. E. "Teddy-' Hamilton, is an only-son. Among the guests presenit were Mr. and Mrs.. Millmaker. (granc parents), VhMr. and. Mrs. F. Hanb. ilton, Mr. and Mrs. Francis, Mrs. Dibbs, Miss Costello and frienq, Miss V. Dibbs, Miss Davis, Mid M. Baker, Miss P. O'Farrell, Mis N. Francis, Miss: V.. Hill, Mr. - Millmaker, Mr. R.- Cameron, MDv. J. Baker. Mr: ?V.-Tudderiham, Ms. A.: McCabe, Mr. N.: Watts. -" s :--;The ..happy.. couple -received many finespresen ts,:and- the usual Toasts? were .duly.; honored.... Sup specr.omnpleteda~an enj oyable even

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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SHOE SHOP ROBBED £200 LOSS IN BAY STREET [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

SHOE SHOP - ROBBED - £200 LOSS IN BAY STREET. a. After having been opened on? two weeks, the shoe shop of.FraP cis Nolan, Bay Street, Frankstol, was broken into on Monday nigh', and footwear. valued at £2 stolen. The front door was forced with a jemmy. .. ,

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

BAXTER The ''Baxter Tennis Club's Grand Opnliing Ball will be: held iii the?iBaxtei" Hall this Friday, October -.28th. For the conveni ence' of Fr ankston ienthusiasts Woods' bus,' will leave Frankston Station? at "815, retilrning after the ball. 'Mrs. Cook's Omega Orches tr?' has bee.: engaged,' and' a' buf fet' supper v?ill be served. Fur. tlher -:improvements to:- the lHal, hlave 'j ust . been coilmpleted, and the/Club: promise an enjoyable tie fr all ... The !local, tennis courts have' just 'beeni.? re-surfaced biy 'the Council. : JENKINS' Radio Service 590 BAY STREET, 3 DOORS PIER HOTEL. Phone': Frankston .745 fLLOY's H. BACON AND SMALL' CRANLEIGH are, enjoyed by eery only MIL{ ANDcA! selected for Lloyd;e leading Shopkeeer, Brard of Quality, Lloyd's Goads ht, that happy fare CUSTOMERS ALIAy. PRODWUCTS IEN ORDERING. PRODUCTS .Ll9yd's Bacon an' ,Manufactured . at "CRANLEIGH, Phones: Frankston 96 and: Lo*n*e & inin ; cSuites Renci S RE-COVERED, RE-WEBBED, E Inner Spring Ma...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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FRANKSTON "SPEED KING'S" SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

FRANKSTON "SPEED KING'S" SUCC\ESS - i : - ;si ':' " / .t.-' .: . `. t" -- : + "., 'i Las t Saturday at =the' Maribyr. nong Speedway; a Grand Charity Night was-" held and the entire proceeds was donaated to - the 'Flindjrs Naval Memorial Chapel. "?'Starn' Carlile, son of MWr. and Mrs..- Carlile, of 393"r Neperll Highw;ay; Frankston, had a aer successful night. Ilt the H.0. N.Z 's'Pukaki Solo* scratch race, he finished third and a few minutes 'later won the H.M. N.Z.'s Rotoiti Solo scratch race. Later in the- evening, .he won the third heat of the Admiral Solo . Handicap, .from- 6Y0j:?yn behind, and followed uP. . in ning the final of the aboVe ah. dicap. His three wins san i 'd from four starts was.a very creditable performance,- -. - 'SPEGI SPEC Rear of Four. ' nishiI s' Bedroom Kitchen ware PM

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

~* , . AUCTIOýS -oTPUBLIC th roper ALLEN ' WEDNESDAY, 9th NOVE of WEATHERBOARD of 4 Rooms and All LN . D: VACANT POSSES LAND: 48ft Frneta by 205f3. F olloIngf the oferlng orOM Pu Furlnishings will be soNled. r the p'. Among the well k et Auction: Carpets, Linoleums, Logarticles tn English Oak Bedroom SuIt Engli"d in and Bedding Clothing, Lineng, Csh ra S Garden Tools, Miscellaneous aSundr ..- TITLE CERTIFICAT TERMS: 10 per cent. DEPOSITBA Further Particulars obtainable from the A GE O. G. AUS AUCTIONXEER BAY STREET, FRANKSTON S and W. J. McLEAN, Esla Melbourne Road, Frankston CLEARING S B AXTER SMONDAY, 31st OCTOBER DAIRY CATTLE, PIGS, HORSES ALEX SCOTT & CO. PTY. ITD., Auct have received instructions from 3IR C has sold his *property, to sell by Public Au 'in Golf Links Road (off Frankston.Has from Baxter Railway Station and 3 mi as above: Cattle-7 COWS, 2 HEIFERS, Pigs-1 SOW, with litter of 12; 3 S0d 7 m/s. Horses-2 FARM HORSES. all work; JINKER and HARNESS, Plant-Disc Sca...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

BIRTH WILLIAMS ber 25th, unity Hospital Jack—a   Margaret) well. ADDICOTT.— 1946, at mother of -law of Jen (Always DEAN.—In     Elizabeth   away October Today brings ries Of our dear Those who Are the   —Great-gran   Vera, grand Bill, and   DEAN.—In   Elizabeth   28th, 1947. —Loved   Tom, loving   Walter and

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

BIRTHDAYS     October 27.—Robert Belcher,   Mordialloc. October 28.—Robyn Clarton, Mentone. October, 29.—Colin Clayton,   Braeside.   October 30.—Lesley Fegent,     Frankston. November 1.—Becky Enticott, Aspendale; Gregory Letho, Chel- sea; Barry Denman, East Brighton.   November 2.—Jeanette Mac-     Donald, Frankston; Adrian War- ren, Parkdale.  

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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EUROPEAN JOURNEY A Republic Comes to Life [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

EUHROPEAN JQJINEW A Republici Comnes to Life (By NINA BICK) - There are. a 1lt of fthiygS to.see in Rome. If you want to visit historical places, you coud. remain for months,. and there still would be more to see. But Rome has another. iinterest. It'sJ"fiecaplital of a.former Fascist country. I'm not going to. take you round Ronn , pointing ouet chy.rches, an m.onuments - you can do. hat. from a guide book nstead, I want to show you the capital of a cguntry which is strgu I;n tn cnnsolidate its newly-.WyoQRepbliqan stii6. It- was here in Rome 'that a D,ictator first treaited ivith_ open coenitmpt 'and einmiity the great li?iral ideasb of the French Rego lutiond. HIow has Rome, hovw have tfhe Italians chalnged during those yea.s of Facism? :The pLiysical. changes are im mense, and certainly not all bad. Wide new streets have been' cut through? the slums .with a i:uth lessness for. which future genera . tions will be grateful to Musso lini. Only a dictator can spend the people's money...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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ANDREW HUGHES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

ANDREW HUGHES Every Labor supporter is a supporter of Socialism. There may be some difference of opin ion on the extent of Socialism, but no true Labor man need run away from the ideal. The Libe-   ral-Country Party is appealing to fear, ignorance and cupidity in   trying to make a bogey of So cialism. This serves to cover up the fact that it lacks a positive   policy to meet the present need.   Socialism means the community ownership of the means of pro- ducing and distributing wealth. lt is the organisation of industry under common ownership to pro-   duce goods for the benefit of all.   This means voluntary co-opera- tion for the common good in- stead of bitter competition for the private enrichment of some.   Why should anyone be afraid   of this ideal? What freedom does it threaten? Socialism cannot come about without the consent and co-operation of the people. No government ...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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[?] M.P.F.L. Dinner [?]to Premiers at Mornington [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

M.P. F.L. Dinner to Premies at Mornington Dinner of the Mornington Peninsula Foot ball last week at Campbell's Cafe, Morning ton was successful and enjoyable function.There was 900 delegates, officials, and guests. The Lea gue Mr. Geo Osborne) presided, while secretary Mlleiated as Toast RMaster. Main features of the presentations of trophies to the 1949 pre   e three grades. It was announced during the record dividend of £12 per club will be paid revenue. apologies for the Dinner Newton (Life te (Indepeid L. I. Humph d), and M. er). redlated s, Life Mem toast of "The Shire Coun esponsible for various play League area, they did their 1, considering at their dis esident Shire tastings) re of Frankston nders, and He said he was a Ccun ho would not alaying fields so very long the game of d very vivid es of those and other 'ays do their ng grounds, e not in as Councillors e. But there I amount of I it would be pay Paul" if ,are of rate diverted to k (Vice,Pre the toast of n...

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Frankston Yacht Club Opening Ceremony Performed By Shire President [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

iFankston. Yacht Club Opening Ceremony Performed By Shire President S.-The 1949/50 season of Frankston Yacht Club officially, opened on Saturday by the Shire Pr nt(Cas J. ?K Carpenter). Mr. R. Ryan, M.I.R., waS le Gu(Cr ' Speaker, and his address was interesting. There Guest ;large attendance of yachtsmea and friends. Afternoon tea saerved by the Ladies' Committee, and an in 1rnoonp tea, :nag .programme. comn-leted an enjoyable afternoon sa Commodore Jack .Gothe wel comed -all present, and said -,the seasbn just closed had been a "red letter year", for the Frank ston: Yacht Club." The Victorian 12-Square Metre Association in tended: to hold its annual re gatta. at. Frankston this : year, and that: showed how the F?rankston :Club, had progressed. Frankston. Club had many.' 12 Squares, . and expected. to do well. ;L'.The newly-formed- Ladies' Coiiiiittdee had donrie magnificent wolk, and had raised £100 for the 'Club. The members' great thanks :were due to them. . Mr. R. Ryan, ' M.H.R...

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MOTOR CYCLE SPORTS MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

MOTOR CYCLE SPORTS MEETING Next Sunday, November 6, a big. motor cycle sports meeting will be held at the Hastings Foot ball Ground by the Harley Club of . Victoria and the Hastings Football Club. The interestirig progiamme will include flag, bending, and cork screw races, trick riding by champions of Victoria. The pro gramme will commence at 1.30 p.m., and the Mornington Band will provide bright music. Ex cellent catering is promised, and there will also be a doughnut kitchen.

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RUTH'S MAIL BAG [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

HRUTIH'S AIL BAG Dear Ruth,-H-ire is the puzzle, "Put Them Away." I hope it is all right.. Love from Judith Ann Genge, O'Grady Ave:? Frahkston.i Dear Ruth,--I am sending in this week's puzzle, "Put .Them Aiway." I, am aftaid." I ve-. spelt "ailary" wrobigly, bLt I oli ,pe it will be all right, as the ink wvill not rub out. Yours .sincerely, Beverly Haysom,.14 Be' r Stf.;:Mor diallec. Dear Ruth,-I a?il"m enclosing this week's coml5etltion, "-'Put Thein Away," as I thilik it iS .very easy. Our Persian c-t has land another little black kitten. It was born on Saturday. Last Sduday. we went down to Cranbourne, and we were burninrg off the grass. As the grass was burning; my bro-. ther went over to it anid picked lup a blue-toghied lizard on the shovel. It had been burnt. \My mother saw one as she was put ting .some grass, on the fire. It was alive. W:Vell,:'ithat is all for now. I -remain: yo.urs sincerely, Angelina Albrehlit, c 1377 Nepean Highway, Cheltenhalm. Dear Ruthi,-I ;;am very s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

RI ITC HIES OF F RANKSTON LICENSED GROCERS RITCHIE'S GREEN. LABEL DRY SHERRY 3/6 bottle A NEW ADDITION TO OUR RANGE - A DELIGHTFUL DRY SHERRY WITH A SUGGESTION OF FRUIT - SPECIAL " ARRANGMENTS WITH THE VIGNERON ENSURE UNIFORM QUALITY AND'SUPPLY '"TRUE VALUE AND FRI.ENDLY SERVICE" o need to bugy new ". Lounge Suites or / Carpet Our proved ' odern deaning procest on the spot in your own home restores your furnshings like new. 1UE LIIGIE c CARRET CLEANING SE V I C E 9/oe /919, , 286 BURKE R . SlIIIIEI PRATT'S ?IMELRAY STORE 7 WEEKS TO CHRISTMAS SECURE YOUR= PRESENTS NOW WHILE' VARIETY AND PRICE IS GOOD LAY-BY "FORR YOUR ,CONVENIENCE PHONE 22 OPPOSITE STATION HANTON'S PHARMACY BAY STREET, FRANKSTON ' SPHONE 606 -? ~Animnal Rubber Stamp IF REQUIRED, SMALL PAD, EXTRA .,- O F 16 AVAABLE SIAD? ELY OR IN Steet, OF 1 SiwAn s \ .1 p fine' Street, F

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[?]ventors' Corner" [?] Informative [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

Iventors' Corner" d Informative ftured to Stteet wny teek-end in that reason ;el to pass e new X.' rd it at 8.30 t last week, enters. who ans to listen ts are useful, but at worst ad entertain. er review we clothes peg, bottle top, a b tomato and Window lock h but hit the and a special p. ators,' who hIurts about ed able to This is l the set-up , or Yve Pone. Too le type cobd 4ý Yeti i ý -"c-1-1.1 11en ut, anpart .from this, "Invent h er l is 'a ..nliece neat little, ,,* ?-.?-? ..-'.U -.plelntyj; of.;eriter ment and ijuite a -lot of purpose. The show ..is .not pretentious, and, could not hold an "Amateur Hour" audience. Like. many new XY programmes,: it will be going for years before listeners are told of. its existezne. .I .only happened upon it by accideat, and can't tell you for how long It has been on the air.: Keep it bright and informative, XY, and the inventors will get you a listening audience. P.S.-I'm' sure Mr. Kurts would like to hear of any peir-' son with an invention w...

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The Standard children's club [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

children s club er f Seafo .'d, won the -"Pu~ Them Away" competition. I ' ? he a edn awy "e iay FoPu, Bever leyI ' :??tlodk udging the cver, to be a sea-tfaing5 stoy i itthe result of advaining, yeais; but 1949 seems to have ,e are in November wi th abou't seveni weeks to go before Santa your stockings again. a photo to send in ? We have had noo photos of members If your photo is published you wvin? half-a-crowni: RUTH.

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The Standard Home Magazine [?] REVIEW [?]licy Under Fire [?]mesake Towns" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

I Jfon licy Under Fire esake Towns" the ABC-and I don't nmean only license a t;me, it organised an~eisteddfod which, "as as much like a talent .show as is a Sorganising Oli "Name being Ihai. of the same and Britain radio-telo the result -as Windsor ad). I hitp er inght. rd Windsor thought of ne. Queens d think ot e. uth Wales the Winl miles or iders wore being con its Windsor even HON -'OF THE 1ERS. attitude ' is nd is one of ses in its ess of Aus« ed by either amme direc ity. eedn't both. on think ame , that If the esn't think Id be blul whiel is a th commer BC, looms alii's mtjor ne there al -deand for lions giving bough many are thai all " as the usual type of ABC interview pro gramme, with a ,compere at this end (I couldn't catch his: name), and the BBC's Howard Marshall at the other end. The questions wcre, pretty innocuous, iand .the reception, was .talr l'ro goodl. I suppose we can't lay the AlBC? by the heels for the poor reception.: But we can, and must, point the finger at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

ndaq "hool~ NESHE CAME S5A DID vou GET 4D IN DR. INK'S 3D ARTHUR SA cAR. CREAM? IF I LEAVE HER TO COME? SE SCREAMS HER CE WELL ~I CREAM IS MELTING. - THIS IS HIS ESSICA, 4 IEEP THE '`= a . FLIES OFF. r YOU t f 9 h. 81 BIT EACH PIECE! i SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. things, have been brought to the Sunday School picnic, and things to eat You fan find these things by looking for them in each person's conversa 6 ACROSS you can easily see the answer is BUTTER, taken from: "Make 'Send your entry to "RUTII." at, Frank aly, Frank al, Frank rtello, Mor lano, Park RIS ton. ellenham. dale. ntone. d to: Barry plan, Brian rsley, Neil arloew, 31au 'ender, Pam en, Barrio an, Judith eclt, Beryl I Gabrielle er, Denise er, Jeudith ILDREN'S `CLUB I the "News" Children's Club. ... .. ......... ........ ... of Birth ....... to "....R .New. . ....... "tho " "News" hOce, Cheltenham.r dreet. HIddle Briehton aU....UE?I??AU UNUmE Eu.lu 2 AUXb-HA? R ESE ,N TS 2 rilia, icomers 4 General Motors' Produ . Vauxhall, sale...

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