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Mornington Races [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921
N10orningto01 Racks in to-day's issue, Mr Herbert Downward advertises the prog ramme of the race meeting to be held at Mornington on Thursday, Nov 10th. As the proceeds of the mieeting go to the Somerville Sol diers' Memorial Hall, it is to be hoped that the attendance will be exceptionally large. The Shire Secretary (Mr John E. Jones) advises that a public holiday has been duly proclaimed throughout the Shire of Franks ton and Hastings for Thursday, November 10th, the day fixed for the above race meeting.
Crib Point Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921
Crib Poii t oNbtes On Wednesday last, the Gover nor-Geneial (Lord-Forster) visi ted Crib Point, and presented war -medals to the officers and men at the Flinders Naval Base. He was "accompanied by_ Lady Forster, and during the after noon His Excellency ,unveiled a war memorial, and lunched with Captain and Mrs Miller. A more detailed report will appear next issue. Crib Point Progress Associat ion, Which, among other things, is pressing for the development of Westernport as a commercial port and the early construction of the main road from above Bit tern through to Stony Point, held its annual meeting last week, when the following officers were elected :-President, Mr 5. F. Chambers ; Vice President, Mr Ashton Woolley, sen ; Treasurer, Mr W. H. Emmins; Secretary, Mr E. J. Stranger. During the past year, much good work has been accomplished. Since the occupation of Flin ders Naval Depot a year ago great development has taken place inside and outside the de pot. Building operations are...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921
Carrum anu beaforb Iirectorp Seacombe House Opposite Station Beach Frontage Phone 1 Carrun . CARRUM Phone I Catru. UaIder New VMaanagernent Mrs A. Samuels (late of Essendon), Proprietress. Vacancies for Boarders. Reasonable Winter and Sunmmer Tariff. teals at all Hours. Afternoon Tea. Cakes, etc. BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, Good Accommodation. A Home away from Home' Confeetiounry, Soft Drinks, Soda Fountain, Tobacco Cigarettes, Cigars, S&c. .. Motor Accessories & Oils Benzin, &e stocked. Oniv the Best Brands and Malkes in Stock. SRIouse and Land Agency A R RUM If you want to buy or sell a Farm, House or Land try ........ Robertson & Co The Land Salesmen, Carrtm , HALLO ! The Man that Broke the Butcher's Ring ! Still going strong ! Who's that ? FORRE5 T The Carrum Butcher Sides of Mutton 51?d ; Corn Beef from 44d. Further Reductions. Delivery everyday. Leave name and address at the Post Office - FRANKSTON Milk .:. Milk Delivered Direct to You from the Farm...
Our Seaford Letter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921
11Our Seaford Letter 'The'ordinary monthly meeting of the Seaford Progress Association was held at H-well's Dining Rooms last Saturday eveping. The presi dent, Mr C. Hunter, occupied -the chair, and others present were Crs. Armstrong and Hlowell, Messrs B. Wiltshire. Martorana, Cotton, Laing Cutriss, and Klauer (see.) Swamp Drainage and Kananook Creeook The president welcomed Messrs J. Bailey and E. McLeod, who were in attendance from Narre Warren. Mr Bailey said the proposed drain age scheme of the State Rivers and Water,Supply Commission was con sidered very favorably throughout a very large district, and Narre Warren would support it whole-heartedly, as the drainage scheme would re claim a very large area of rich valuable land. The movement to have a dralonge system put in was first started some years ago, and Mr Bailey has been in constant touch with Commissioner Shaw upon the matter. Mr Bailey said he would lend every assistance when the time came to approach the landowners, an...
Phillip Island Events Cowes, Oct. 25th. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921
Pllillip island E velts (:owes, Oat. 25th; A very charming wedding was celebrated at Cowes on Saturday, October 15th, hen .\liss Ruth Ken-. non, of Cowe+. was united in holy matrimony with Mr Percy Fairlain. of Cheltenham. The ceremony was performed by the Rev H. Burns,-of the Presbyterian 'Chtirch. Malvern, and the bride was given away by her brother, Mr W. Kennon, Miss B. Kennon, sister or the bride, ,ias bridesmaid, and" Mr H. Smith (Rich mond) bestman The church was nicely decorated by Mrs 'J omi.son. who a so preside I at the organ. --A reception was afterwards hell at Genesta House, at which 56 friendls and relatives were present to wish the happy couple all the joys of life in the days to come The honey moon was spent in a motoring tour of Gippsiand, at the conclusion of which Mr and Mrs Fairinii wili re side at Cheltenham.
Our Tyabb Letter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921
Our Tyabb Letter The concert committee of the Tyabb Cricket Club propose hold ing a grand concert at Tyabb next Friday night. It is adverti sed in to-day's issue. Mr Harry Denham, the secretary of the con cert committee, has arranged an excellent programme, which, we hope, will attract a very large attendance. General regret has been ex pressed at the impending depar ture of the local station-master, Mr Len Morrow, who has been transferred to Middle Footscray., During their stay here, Mr and Mris Morrow have made them selves very popular, and "Len" will be inmch missed in football and cricket circles. The monthly meeting of the Fruitgrowers' ,Association was held on the 18th inst, but very few members were present. The principal business of the evening was a discussion on the market ing of fruit. Mr McRae outlined a scheme, in which he proposed tb standardise all export fruit, register it under one brand, and have it advertised in London by a special representative, who would be sen...
Caulfield Association [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921
Caulfield Association Aspendale and Frankston met at the Cranbourne Road Reserve on Saturday last. Scores : ... ASPENDALE Kealy, c Hanton b Earl 19 Stewart, b Earl 0 V. Rogers, c Watkins b Deane 26 Moulton, c Lawrey b Earl 2 Fryer, lbw, b Earl 6 Graham, b Earl 24 Smythe, c Baxter b Deane 0 B. Rogers, b Deane 3 Hanniker, not out 10 G. Rogers, c Deane b Earl 4 Sundries 15 9 wickets for 109 Bowling-Earl 6 for 33, Deane 3 for 15. Baxter 0 for 18, Kemp 0 for 15, Watkin's 0 for 15. FRANKSTON Ben Baxterb Hanriiker 29 Patterson,. b Hanniker 0 0 Watkins, lbw, b Hanniker 6 Earl, not out 15 Deane, not out 6 Suindries 3 3 wickets for 59 Bowling-Hanniker 3 for 24, Fryer 0 for20, B. Rogers 0for 14.
Northern Peninsula Ass'tn [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921
Northersn Peninsula Ass'tn Somerville and Langwarrin, on the latter's ground. resulted in a win for Somerville by 108 runs. The Langwarrin ladies entertai ned the visitors at afternoon tea. The scores were : LANGWARRIN Parker, c Unthank b Thornell 7 Bowell, b Knuckey 3 J. Ridout, b Knuckey 1 H. Ridout, b Knuckey 0 Peters c N. Unthank b Thornell 0 Simcock, b Knuckey .7 Wittingham, run out 5 Male, not out 2 G. Grant (capt), b Thornell 0 Carter, b Roberts . 8 Sundries 5 Total -38 SOMERVILLE Tyree, bH. Ridout - 22 Martin (capt), run out 42 C. Thornell c Ridout b Simcock7 -Knuckey, .retirdd .29 Roberts, b Bowell c Millington c Simcock b Ridout 16 R. Unthank, c and b Ridout 8 C. Grant, run out 0 N. Unthank, b J. Ridout 9 Gregory, b Simeock : Veitch, not out 1 Sundries 5 Total 146 (No bowling analysis supplied) Pearcedale visited Mornington and were decisively defeated. Pearcedale, who were without Vale, lost their opening batsmen with the first two balls. Scores MORNINGTON Rankine, c Crai...
Peninsula Association [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921
Peninsula Association French Island and Bittern met at Tankerton, and the visitors, who were afterwards entertained at tea by the ladies of the island, won by 5 runs. Scores : BITTERN Brown, b de la Haye 4 Huntley, b Broderick 17 Frank Allen, b Broderick 7 Mairs, b Ratford 6 Van Suylen, b Ratford 8' Baynon, b Ratford 0 Greves, c Renwick b Broderick 0 Delora, b Ratford 0 Farmer, c de la Haye b Ratford 3 Stacey, not out 3 Cusworth, b Broderick 1 Sundries 2 Total 48 Bowling - Ratford 5 for 1, de la Haye 1 for 11, Davon.0 for 21, Broderick 4 for 13. - FRENaCII ISLAND Davon, c Huntley blAllen 3 Thompson, b Allen 9, Broderick; b Huntley " 0 De la Haye, b Huntley 0 Ratford, b Allen 15 McGuyan, lbw, bAllen 0 Renwick, run out 2 Whyatt, c Brown b Allen ; 1 Duscher, b Huntly 0 L. McGuyanbAllen' - :4 Eddhouse, not out 4 SSunidries.+r 5 Total 43 Bowling-Allein 6 for 17, Hun tley 3 for 21. Tyabb and Hastings met at Tyabb, and the baysiders won by: 97 runs.. Scores : HASTINGS` Knox, b Mills 0 Mara...
Death of Mr Fred Benson. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921
Death of Mr Fred Benson. The death occurred on Sunday night last, at St. Vincent's Hospital, of Mr Frederick Benson, who had been a resident of this district for several years. The cause of death was an abscess on the brain. Deceased was 29 years of age, and was a fine, robust specimen of Australian man hood. He was ill for less than a week, and the news of his demise came as a painful surprise to his many friends throughout the Peninsula, where he was held in the highest esteem. The late Mr Benson married the daughter of Mrs Reynolds, of Frankston, and very deep sympathy is felt for the young widow and her infant son. The funeral, which took place at Frankston on Tuesday, was very largely attended. Many Re turned Soldiers' were in attendance, deceased having been a member of the A.I.F., with a very fine war record. The Rev. A. P. McFarlane conducted the service at the graveside, the '"Lsat Post' being sounded &nbsp; by Trumpeter Willie Lewis, of Frank ston. Our Special Corr...
Sport and Anecdote SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921
Sport and Anedoe ." # SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE' Local sports were numerous at Moonee Valley last Saturday: They enjoyed themselves, but not nearly as much as the Bookies did when three comparative out siders scored during the day. Starting at 14 to 1, the youngs ter, Pearl Foot, had an easy vic tory in the hurdles. Jack Tar was made favorite, but didn't justify-the public's-confidence. 'Pearl Foot is but a three year old, and has a bit of pace. She was sired by Footbolt, who won the Birthday Cup in Adelaide about twenty-years ago. " Lady Aura, with McLachlan in the. saddle, was niade favorite for the St Albans Handicap, and she finished with thiree lengths to spare; Daedalusa:hnd--Lydi :Lan-. guish filling the plafes -. The Phoenix Handicap went to S.A's representative, Kingbier, who, starting at 10 to 1; finished exceptionally fast, downing Col eus and Molly's Robe by inches. Kingbier is one of old Comedy King's family, and is a useful sort. A couple of days before, he was ...
The Standard. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1921. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 October 1921
The Standard. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1921. Local ad. General News. The Langwarrln Recreation Re serve Committee, through its enthus- eastic Vice President, Mr T. J. McMurtrie, has received a donation of £20 towards the fund for the improve ment of the ground. The donor is &nbsp; Mr. J. F. Payne, of 'Rupertstan." The Andrew Kerr War Memorial Home for Children, erected in mem ory of the late Sergeant A Kerr, who was killed in the battle of Flerberix, was officially opened by the Gover- nor-Genernal Lord Forster, at Mornington yesterday. Lady Forster, Arch &nbsp; deacon Hindley, Brigadier-General, Senator Elliott, and Mr Critchley Parker were amongst the speakers. In the Methodist Church at Lang warrin, in the presence of a large congregation last Sunday afternoon Rev.C. Angwin dedicated to the glory &nbsp; of God, for the preaching of His gos- pel, and in memory of two late resi dents, Mr and Mrs Corlett, saw a very handsome polished Blackwood pulpit, the gift of ...
The Week's Epitome Newsy Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 November 1921
SThe Week's.:.Epitome.;. Newsy Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula Seaford, like Frankston and other seaside resorts,- has for some time past been the happy hunting ground of the elusive burglar, and things got so bad at Seaford that residents spoke seriously of appointing a night patrol for the protection of week-end homes. The kIoses in the aggregate amount to several hundreds of pounds. The Seaford Progress As sociation made repeated appeals to the Commissioner of Police for pro tection, but without result, so mem bers experimented in the methods of Sherlock Holmes with satisfactory results. It was Mr Tubbs who first got on to the scent of the burglar, and, as his own house had been ran sacked in his absence, he visited the Criminal Investigation Department, and stressed the necessity for imme diate action. Detective Ethell went to the house of Henry Sullivan, an employe at the Power House works, and was admitted by Mrs Sullivan, and " recovered a large quantity of stolen prope...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 November 1921
Carrum ana Zeator-? irectorp Seacombe House Opposite Station Beach Frontage Phone I Carrum CARRU M Phone 1 Carrum Under Newr Management 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 ... . . Cigarettes, Cigars, &q. ........ Motor Accessories & Oils Benzin, &o stocked. Only the Best Brands and Makes in Stock. ? liouse and Land Agency , ARRUM If you want to buy or sell a Farm, House or Land try ........ Robertsonr & Co The, Land Salesmen, Carrum HALLO ! The Man that-Broke the Butcher's Ring I Still going strong I Who's that ? FORRES T The Carrum. Butcher Sides of Mnutton 5)Jd ; Corn Beef from 41d. Further Reductions. 1 Delivery everyday. "Leave name and address at the Post Office - FRANKSTON Milk .:. Milk Delivered Direct to You f...
Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 November 1921
Repatriatioq Notes Returned Soldiers are invited tc apply to this Committee for advice before entertaining business pro posals of any kind. Those Soldiers and Dependents needing assistance, sustenance, &c.. are hereby notified that by persona; application to any of the undersigned members of committee, forms and advice may be obtained :-Messrs Oates~(chairman), C. Gray, W. S. Hertlond,;S. Sherlock, W. P. Mason, T.. J. 'lcMurtrie and E. Barrett. Employers are requested to notify the Committee of any vacancy suitable for` returned men. Persons having ýBusinesses or Property. &o., to -'sell suitable to Returned:Soldiers are earn 'otlyinvited to communicate prtionu 1arse't the Committee. B. BARRETT, Hon. Sea, Repatriation Frankst?n
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 November 1921
A Meeting of the Franketom Park Improvement Committee will be held on Monday evening next at 8 o'clock in the Mechanics. Some time ago, the Frankston and Hastings Shire Council passed a res olution to put in a timber-kerb under neath the verandah of Gibeon's shop at Tyabb. Nothing has yet been done, and in the meantime those dangerotus holes in the footpath are getting worse.
Our Seaford Letter Bitten by a Snake. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 November 1921
Our Seaford Letter Bitten by a Snake. On Monday last, while driving _along Wells Road, Seaford, Mr D. Stewart ran over a very large tiger snake, which coi:ed itself round the wheel of his cart, and when coming up level with Mr Stewart, bit him on the arm. ,Dr -Maxwell's services were requistioned, and the patient is now out of danger. The children have been in occupa tion' of theb new school for some weeks now, and the- improved. con ditions are very greatly appreoiat'ed. The new desks have not "rrived. yet; but are expected along at an early date. AL very fine footpath leads from Railway;Parade to the School, thanklr to the Seaford Progress Association. SThere were very large - crowds on the beach' on: Sunday? last and on Cup Day--records for?, this ,tLi';e of. year. Is1it of, lany use giviig warni?ng agalnst the danger of fire ait Seaford. The expensive comic opera fire plugs. s'tillirentai lhidden under 6ft. or 7ft. of eaOrth. Mr Omau told tne Progress! Association that the .fore...
The Standard. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1921. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 November 1921
Vlt? Stanbarb. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1921. Local and General News. ArmisticeDay will be solemnly ce lebrated in the various State Schools th-anghout the Peninsula on Friday next.. Mr John Shaw, the Somerville boteher, advises us that he has again rednced the price of meat. The Frankston cricket team to visit Chelsea on Saturday will be: Baxter, Kennedy, Lawrey, Earl, Wat kins, Deane, Patterson, Barton, II. MoComb, Irwin and Hanton. The Franketon Club Eleven to play Seaford at Frankston tomorrow will be as follows:--I.MoComb, Jen; nings Sorrell, Cameron, Dalman, Jolly, Aitkin, Oatee, Holt, Reynolds, Athol Hague; first emergency, Neville Baxter. "Music Week" celebrations will be held at Frankston School next Thursday afternoon.. It is desired thatthe public shall 'come along, and make the afternoon a aonseicuous success.