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C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
CAY. Mrs. G. E able and a basket. m, inedtinU bof the Count tion and ea thanks:, Unfortuna (Hon. See) illness. The Grice) sce Sydney, Frankitaon. A well: a Coxall (sa her arm. Sydney sh A new S e been inst room, and president an Zeuschuar I stallation. h er Precedini b annual G arnged fa December, I gress Assd a Together FridaY.IsI will take P midnlght. beingsr An eiai , cured. -
PROMINENT BUSINESS FOR AUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
:PRO IIFNT lNTWIUsNE.S FOR:` . AUCTION Consideirablole interest is -being shown .in ,thee forthcoming: auction of a mixed business and- freehold property as a going concern 'on Satutrday,' 12th inst. Mr.:?.W:.N Oates has decided to dispose :of his splendid': property and. business at High, Street;.,:'.opposite -Frank ston 'Park. :The land is 60ft;.x 132ft., with :;extensive improve ments--shop' and dwelling,. 'and outbuildings.? :: - This Is the only shopl site in this area, -and 'has only: operated:on re" :stricted daily, hours of tradiig. :A wonderful =opportunity exists for tle expiansion'dof the business and nremises which its situation' de;' Inands. . Mr: Geo:O G. Austin will be con ductin g the auiction, and can sup: ply any inforiiation desired.:
DANDA[?] SECOND V.R.I. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
DAND SECON ho The Victe tute Choral the bill Ifor Mlusic' a ed in 188t euty." in changed to 'J' S. lisrco Ciety's pros! cepct for one The choir having such Mr. Pitman, Ehrenfeld, i as well as a 41so speaks ently, and Owing to ill. to relinquish Choir was Mr. Leslie wcork of lea Mr. Cure the musieal for his or hIis adjudica petitions, so Elisteddfod, ant adjidic great success the choir is efforts on t The Soce recitals in Hall and th has also ap withl other c and has aie among the blroadcasti thie choir's past few y heard over i day; Noven Clhoir Men Any peopl audience oh thie choir rity each a tact the tihe afternoo lim. Trlentel So Miss Joan the choir on is well boo thie "Sun" A rears, coal ansd 1919. lent at the ratoriem, an msany prods servatorinu. Ratlonal Tb AIr. \ill been a stud end hlas also riheatre pro orio with
REALISING AUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
REALISIN\G AUCTION A fine -eatherboard vill, to gether -with:tle whole of the cdon tents, will be offered for sadle oby auction' at 1" pnmi",on WVednesday; November; 9. This proplerty is centrally siitu ated, with a friontage to, a. made. road, and ,with' all facilities.:.: Itt will provide: a- comfortable home' for a prospective ,purchaser; whilst its ..great deptlt of ovei. .200 0,feet, vwill also.nmakelea splendid space :for a household'gardei. . This .property is 'in the estate of the; .late Marion' Savage,') aiid u ill 'be 'offered by the agents iii conjunction: G'eo? G. Austin, Bay Street,'l. Franikston;, and- WV. J. McLeani, Melbourn'e: Road, 'Frdnk ston. under- instructions from .the Public Trustee. Further particulars may be ob Lained from the Auction Column advertisement in.this issue.
ST. PAUL'S BAZAAR LATEST FIGURES DOUBLE ESTIMATE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
. :,. PMJ •S . *: LATEST C(uln:t4;s1noL1iE ESTIMATE The -resuit, of the recent St.. Pauil's Church. of England annual bazaar at -Frankston. which was expected'to "pai' out" in the vicin ity of:.£100, has since exceeded the. most sanguine expectations of all'concerned, with the remarkable revenue return of £200/2/9-a result ,which is very gratifying. As reported previously, the hbazaar- was onened by Mr. '. W.• Leggatt. "M.LI.A. (Chief Secre taa~y),' who was accompanied bY Mrs; -Leggatt. Th e surnrise result reflects lgh credit on 'the various stallholiders. who were: Produce. Mesdn1 Wood and Carter: cakes; ies dameq :Baker;' Willams ' BrdWni and Kfdgell ; sweets, Mesdaies egry -ith and Hskli flowers, 'Me'dares' James an Pavne: refreshments.' Mesdames Boldison- ,Alinutt- Williams;, .loe rison; and -other helpers.
JUNIOR LIBRARY DEPUTATION GRANTED £200 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
JUNIOR LIBRARY )DEPUTATION GRA\NTEI) £200 `'Members of the Cominittee of Frankston Junior Library and Craft Centre waited on Frankston Hastings Shire Council as a depu tation on Friday night, and urged an :Increase in the Council grant to.'£200; also that the Council consider taking over the control of.the Library at a future date. Sijielkeri were Mrs. Hurst (pre sident) and- Miss N. Collins (vice president). Both stressed the rapid advancement of Library membership, 1600, clildren having ,enrolled .since its inception tfive years ago. Last year, to June 30, a 'total of 15,257 books had. beenr issued. -,Thlis year :6500 books were out.at the end ..of July. The value of the Library was now.. 'between. £3000 and £4000, and it was a great credit and bene fit to the Peninsula. It.was grow ing so:rapidly that the small band of women could not cope with its control indefinitely, and urged the C'ouncil.to consider some form of .Council trusteeship . in the near future. : Cr. -Hirst moved t...
DANDALOO POSTPONED AGAIN STATE THEATRE ORCHESTRA PROGRAMME TO BE GIVEN NOVEMBER 13. V.R.I. CHORAL SOCIETY'S CONCERT NEXT SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
DANDALOOU : POSTPONED "AGAIN STATE THEATRE ORCHESTRA PROGRAMME .TO, BE GIVEN NOVEMBEg 13. V.R.I. CHORAL;' SOCIETY'S . CONCERT NEXT SUNDAY There was keen ? disappoint menit ''to. 'all. -conrierned when bright sunshine on, Sunday morn ing turned back. to ithe inclement weather of ·.the': past few, weeks, and caused the. last. ninute post poneriment .? of' the' ;'. "People's MIusic'", at. "Dandaloo," The. programme: arranged for last- Siinday."7Will-noww be given on. Sunday ,week, :?November 13. :TWhat -,was to -have been the ,second. ..'People's Muisic" concert at;: Dandaloo"' (tfie V.R.I. Choral Society, .-ith" ",isdloist Joan Arnold and others), wvill now be the ,opening one, and ,will take place this Sunday? November 6. A Generous Gesture. ? Tiny Douglas and', his State Theatre Orchestra,L.together. with William 'Laird, Joan Ham, Frank Rich and , other, star" artists,. all arrived at> "¶Dandaloo on Sun day afternooni About 200 people came, by car. and bus, and rather than disapp...
HOUSEWIVES' ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
-HOUSEWIV ES' ANNiUAL9 MEETING . The annual meeting of,? thei Frankston .Housewives' Assocla, tion. ?ill -be held In the Willard Hall on Tuesday, November: 8, at 2.30 p.ni., when :the. guest. speaker;, will be . Mss; Rachel Robinson, general organising' secretary o£ the Central Branch. There will. be, an At~tralian Tea'i and all members ·ind intending,: neiijibers ill .bewelconie. ..
SEAFORD LIFE—SAVERS' BALL BRILLIANT FUNCTION AT "THE ELKS" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
SEAFORD LFE- SAVERS BALL BRILLIANT FUNCTION AT "THE ELKS" Declared by all. present to be one .of the best and most enjoy able balls ever held in Seaford, the Annual Ball of the Seaford Life-Saving Club ,was a brilliant ,success on Friday night. About, 150 dancers attended. The hall was bdautifully deco rated with balloons 'and stream ers, pennants, and club colors of blue, gold and red, while. whistles, cdnfetti, and novelties were features of a great night. Keen interest was shown in the dancing demonstration by Vic. and Kath. Anderson. Smith's orchestra played en joyable dance music, while Mr. Tom "Carter was an efficient M.C. A popular enteitainer was Mr. Carthew, magician and ventri lonuist. Trophies won during the sea son were presented during the night, and the Social Committee provided a tasty supper.
YOUNGER SET FURTHER EFFORTS FOR QUEST CANDIDATE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
YOUNGER SE i FURTHER EFFORTS FOR Q QUEST CANDIDATE . 'The. ,-Frankston Community Hospital Younger Set announces that- between £50 and £100 has 'still'to be raised before ithe can didate it .is: sponsoring for ::the "Miss Australia Quest' qualifies. Several -efforts -are 'therefore being organised;, so. that-. Miss June' Osterlund can ':,take her place as an entrant for whom :the requisite 'isum. has been _ raised. The Younger Set feels sure' that the .Frankston and ':district :.resi dents : will :willinglyjr 'co-operaite to make ?each of these efforts .a big -success.. • . Dances -will be. held ori':Wed r esday;,November 9, :and' :Wed nesday, November 23, at. the 'Sol diers! Hall, and at.each the.muisic will- be provided by. the: Morris Players,? and there will be .sup-; per and novelties. The' Younger Set's Ball.: will: take place late in'November, and special: attractions are -being ar. ranged.' The committee would appreci ate if those who have. tickets or monies, would. forward -...
PRE—SCHOOL CENTRE ACTIVITIES AT FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
PRE-SCHOOL CENTRE (ACTIVITIES AT FIRANKSTON, The Centre is still closed, acting on the. advice 'of 'the- Department of Health, 'but the staff-' has.done nuch in the'way of :painting fur niture and' eqiipment fo"r the: re openiing, wheni thils is permitted.. The mothers were. circuilarised to the effect that; small?gro0?psof children might be cared for.bly the staff ither in theIr honies or. at the Centre, but very;few.:hlave availed' themselves of- this. service. This year: the Centre is ?taking part in the i.Rose Day Appeial on behalf.of; the Kinder~irtens; raiid will be having a local :street. col lection on Novemberi 25.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
INTERIOR VIE 'Wl MODERN CITY TOURIST BU'REAU. Peninsula Bus Lines New City Venture Modern Tourist Bureau in Elizabeth Street The tourist activities of the Peninsula, and tourists to and from Peninsulal resorts, per inedium of Peninsula Bus Lines5, are associated to a marked degree with The Greyhound Tour ist Iilireau, a new tourist bureau which has now bcen openedi at 138 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, with attractive front andi excellent window displays, directly opposite tih State Savings, Bank. The premises have been deco- ter to the manager or a telephone' rated in pastel shades of blue and call to FA 8823-4-5 will receive. off-white, with latest. fluorescent prompt attention. lihlitin. and some attractive nic-, tures decorating the walls. The opening of this new boon to tourists was due to -the joint progressive policies of Dyson's Peninsula 13us Lines, the Marys ville Motor Service, and Bond's Tours (Adelaide). Mornington Peninsula Display . A prominent display is given in the w...
The Standard TAB [?] TA ABOUT PEOPLE WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
YuflYN I III 111 41111111u111111 uI U.WMJ UUUWJ ABOUT PEOPLE WEDDING Cr. and Mrs. Reardon left Sea lord on Moliday by car to spend two weeks' -holiday at Healesvtlle. Alderinan-' R. J.' Bartley'` (ford mer .Lord Mayo0. of- Sydney) i-MVrs: Bartley, and their dau gitei, Irene, were- guests at the Graind Hotel, F'rankstoi ',for the :Melbourihe Cup Carnival. Otlier, guests at the Grand Hotel for the GCup :season- weire ;Messrs. L. Millikeii and' c. K, rishlsh (Rock hampton, Queelisland),, "andl Mr. and Mrs. W. Andrews" (Bendigo). Mr. John Brigugifo, .popular Frankstoli fishernman, .returned to Frankston obn Sunday .after a, holi lay of five months fix hIis nlative italy. The.' next . meeting :of -the Fr ankston: Branch • of the ' A.LP. will be :held in the Willard Hall on Wednesday, November 9. M er. Vic"?i Walter, of ' Seaford, who has been engaged on busi ness at Numurkah,. was home td visit his parents durng last week end. G?':rENi-O'LEARy The marriage of Miss- Edna O'Brien- to Mr. L...
[?]000 PROGRESS POLICY Adopts Brave Plan [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
(00 PROGRESS POLICY Adopts Brave Plan g'of the Cauncill of Frankston and Hast of a great and immnediate new era. of pro pality, and sounded the death-knell to .the on of ctilvities ftom which .all .ratepayers ly for many years past, and are suffering..g Stie present tleme Following a strong :and Cr, Tomastti, the Council 'decided unanni rrowing powers of £170,000 to thefull ex-, finance Shire works to the cap?icity of-labor; the Shire Engineer can procure. ringing the; Cr. Tomasetti seconded the mo any urgent tion." thea uni- Cr.. Reardon heartily supported as a great the resolution, and congrattilated with them. i Cr. Tomasetti on bringing such an the munid- ; smportant and constructive criti amount of clsm before the Council. The di~ he inabliity trlect was growifig fast, he- said, sything but and the moneymilust be spent. The of the work Engineer should be empowered to He said create a scheme to increase Coun neer could: ell facilities by 100. per cent. if at and ma-! necessary. ...
EGG FLOOR PERMIT NOT GRANTED FOR DANDENONG ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
EGG FLOOR PFRMIT NOT GRANTED FORo DANDENONG. ROAD The Building Inspector denied at Friday's Frankston -.-Council meeting that a permit for a new egg floor building on lots 28' and8 29, Dandenong -Road'; Frankston, had sever been .granted to Penin sula Co-operative Society, .Lang warrin, .as claimed. by a director (Mr. Whiting) in the last issue of "The Standard.". The :Building. Inspector inform ed the Council that no permit for an egg floor had been granted in Frankston, other than. the appli eation of Bee tt' and Gardiner, The liiliding Inspector said representatives of the Peninsula Co-operative Society made appli cation for a building permit some time ago, but the, company had not submitted- plans as requested, end nothing further had been done. . -