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Our Crib Point Letter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 November 1921

Our Crib Point Letter By Our Special Representative Wednesday, 26th October, 1921 was the occasion of a memorable cere mony at Fllnders Naval Depot. His Excellency the Governor-General (Lord Foreter), accmpanoed by Lady Forster. and attended by Lord Digby, visited the Depot for the purpose'of presenting war medals and unveiling a Memorial Tablet. The Naval Board, comprising Commodore Hardy (First Naval Member) and Rear Admiral Sir William Clarkson (Third Naval Member) arrived by car a few minu tee before their Excellencies. As the oar conveying the Governor-General and Lady Forster drew up in front of the Drill Hall they were met by the Naval Board, who presented Captain Miller, the Superintendent of Trainu ing and Officer in command of Flln ders Naval Depot. The Guard of Honon, under Lient. Commander Robinson. presented arms and gave the royal salute, the Depot baud playing the National Anthem. Tho Guard of Honor (100 strong) was a credit to the Depot, and throughout the day perfor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 November 1921

Womervitle anb f'3aLnarring Gibbons & Tyree (LATE A.I,F General Storekeepers and Importers, c?3Ct of Wines and Spirits kept. SO....RVILLE, We Carry Large stocks Drapery, Groceries, Hard ware Boots & Shoes, Bran Ch',ff, Pollard, & all other Cereals. Local Agents fo r Cuming Smith and Co.'s Manures. Law, Somner & Co.'s Seeds Manchester Fire Insurance Co. Arthur Yates & Co. Ltd., Seeds. Tailor Made SUits a Speciality. GOOD MBAT This Is the Man You Want to Meet if You Want Good Meat John Shaw BUTCHER SOMERVILLE Siqall Goods Freshll Daily == Someville Boot Store Newest styles kept in stock Just the place for bargains Others cannot compete E vory boot anod shoe guaranteed Right for prices W illwear a lifetime. Many cheap lines in stock Everyone has satisfaction A shoe for everybody Let us have your custom Nice things for nice people Leave us wearing ia smile and a pair of our boots Late A.I.F. Repairs a Speciality. Terms Spot Cash. Somervilie: :: Po...

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PICTURE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 November 1921

PIeTURE NOTES.; The man genent o the Prsnkston Pioturee~Lta' Mould esteam it a favor if patrons of thEi 1/- seats would take their seats in the shilling seats and not in the Is 6d reserve. A wink's as good as a nod in this case. : Saturday's programme attracted a bumper house. With "the season" at hand, ' standing room only" should be the rule for some months to come. T'he directorate arereleasiug Fox feantures in future, which ins the beat service they can secure. "Molly an- I," a comedy with pop and spice in it, gave Shirley Mason a chance toiprove her ability in comedy roles. In the first place,'at the age of 18 years, she gave a bilnd man £5,000 to marry her -she was afraid of be ing an old mail.. The scene changed to Italy, add Albert Roscoe recovered his sight. After that, everything in the garden was as lovely. as a Frank eton sunet - , But America is'a wonderful place. In '!Molly and I,"' a scene depicted a boarding:house. At,, dinner time, a lady..remarked, 1 '' I wonder at...

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Mornington Entries Run Next Thursday—Nov. 10th [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 November 1921

Morqiqgton Eqtries Run Next Thursday-Nov. 10th Novice Handicap, £15, 5 furlonge Handystone, Gosling, Distiller, Lookeroo, Bayou, Field Bird, Your Lead, Nantee, Bradford, Kate Scott, Miss Moorna, Tattle Namrok, Cost ume, Vapor, Lalong, Jaffa, Shepherd Maid, Lymereath, Crown Pearl, Cambridge, Bridgekead, Lady Balti more, Dapper, Lady Dennis, Gul yarra, Orsava, Minater. 14.2 Pony Race, £15, 5 furlongs Wekr, Miss Flo, Silk Stockings, The Whippet, Ifaemai, Sid N. Buruds,' Pint Lie, Mealowland, Ma Capuolni, Tiger Lad, First Blood. Somerville Memorial 'Haidlcap £55, 84 furlongs-Meryon, Grimaldi, Pengar, Court Jester, Cecil B, Am. berise, Mnetora, Cape George, Edea- - the, Scotch Haze, Pardart Fock, Baltie More, Fire Dance, Trial Handicap, £18, 5 furlongs- -Lady Dennis, Nolli Prosequl, Eup has, Fexon, Sister Irene, Glissenr, Drumond, Lovesome, Welcome Find, Coolagalli, Crestlend, Orsova, Pardle. Novelty Pony Race, £25, Five Furlongs.--Toyrene, Little Green. Welcome Home, Alma, Berylena, Lad...

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Caulfield Association [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 November 1921

Caulfield Association Frankston decisively defeated Aspendale by an innings and 11 runs. Scores: FRANKSTON Ben Baxter, b Hanniker 29 Patterson, b Hanniker 0 Watkins, lbw, b Hanniker 6 Earl, b Kealy 42 Deane, b Ben Rogers 11 Lawrey, run out 3 Kennedy, c V. Rogers b Kealy 7 Kemp, c V. Rogers b Kealy 32 H. McComb, run out 2 Roger Burton, not out 6 W. Hanton, c and b Fryer 1 Sundries 11 Total 150 Bowling-Hanniker 3 for 45, Fryer 1 for 37, B. Rogers 1 for 42, Kealy 3 for 10. .... ASPENDALE First Innings 109 Second Innings. Stewart, b Kemp 3 Graham, c Baxter b Kemp 9 Fryer, c Kennedy b Kemp 0 G. Rogers, st Kennedy b Kemp 1 Kealy, c Deane b Kemp 9 V. Rogers, hit wkt, b Kemp 0 Moulton, not out 1 Hanniker, c Deane b Burton 0 B. Rogers, b Burton 0 Gee, b Burton 0 Smythe, absent 0 Sundries 5 Total 9 wickets for 30 Bowling Kemp 6 for 18, Bur ton 3 for 0, Watkins 0 for 6.

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Cricket To-Morrow's Matches [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 November 1921

To-Morrow's Matches Somerville v Moorooduc Mernington v Langwarrin Chelsea v Frankston Frankston (B) v Seaford Naval Depot y Frensh Island Crib Point v Hastings Tyabb v Bittern Bittern (B) .v Tyabb (B) Hastings (B) v N. Depot (B)

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Peninsula Association [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 November 1921

seninsula Association Hastings defeated Naval Depot by 3 runs, but the scores have not come to hand. French Island had an easy win over Tyabb at Tankerton. The visitors found Davon difficult to pliy. Scores- FRENCH ISLAND Davon, c sub, b Thornell 7 Renwickc Longmuir b Thornell 0 De la Haye, c Storey b L'muir 6 Thompson, b Thdrnell 0 Ratford, c Storey b Holly 45 Broderick, c Noble b Thornell 56 R. McGuyan, c Mills b Holly 2 Eddhouse, b Reg Borley 25 Whyatt, c sub, b Storey 0 Duscher, b Storey 1 L. McGuyan, not out 1 Sundries 7 Total 150 Bowling-0. Thornell 4 for 19, Longmuir 1 for 29, Ray Borley 0 for 26, Storey 2 for 20, Mills 0 for 7, Holley 2 for 13, Noble 0 for 13, Reg Borley 1 for 16. TYABB " Mills, c Ratford b De la Haye 29 A. Noble, b Davon 4 Longmuir, b Davon' 0 Ray Borley, b Broderick 2 H. Noble, b De la Haye 11 Ray Borley, b Davon 1 Storey, b Davon I B. Noble, c Thompson b Davon 0 Thornell, b De la Haye 1 Holly, not out Sundries 4 Total 54 Bowling-De la Haye 3 for 15, Davon...

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Northern Peninsula Ass'tn [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 November 1921

Northern Peninsula Ass'tn Mornington defeated Mlooroo duc by 6 wickets and 117 runs. Rankine's batting was a feature of the match. Scores: MOOROODUC Reg Grierson, b Birch 0 Doxey, run out 0 Pummeroy, c Freeman b Birch 4 Murray, not out 29 Wilson, b Coxhell 5 Bert Grierson, b Coxhell 0 Sherlock, c Cavell b Coxhell 0 Cavell, run out . 0 Lucas, b Birch 0 Keebles, c Freeman b Coxhell 2 W. Grierson, b Coxhell 0 Total 40 Bowling-T. Coxhell 5 for 20, Birch 3 for 20. S ORNINGTON Rankine, c Wilson b Sherlock 71 Griffeth, b Doxey 32 Tyler, c Cavell b Doxey 6 W. Cavell, not out 20 Freeman, c and b Pummeroy 2 Birch, not out 11 Sundries 16 Total 4 wkts for 158 Bowling-Murray 0 for 37, J. Wilson 0 for 34, Doxey 2 for 25, Pummeroy 1 for 39, Sherlock 1 for 10. Pearcedale defeated Langwar rin easier than was anticipated. The Pearcedale ladies entertain ed "the enemy" at tea. Scores- LANGWARRIN First Innings. Simcock, b Sheppard 2 Parker, .b Vale 5 Adderley, run out 1 Wittingham c N'man b Sh'pard 2 J...

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Our Carrum Letter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 November 1921

Our Carrum Letter By Our Special Representative a[Residents of Cnarum regret to hear that Mrs Carroll, a well respected resident, is indtsposed. The lady Is at pa, ent an inmate of Maroopna privale hospital. The bestof medical attention is watching the case and hopes an expressed . that the patient, will soon .e able to return home in the beet of h"'alth. Miss E Vatlance who has been the assistant at the local State School has received notice of promotion to Sandringham. Parents. whilecongrat ulating Mis Valiance, are very sorry at her removal as she. was an asset at the school, being very popular with the children and a firstclass teacher. What is Casrum's loss is Sandring ham's gain. Mr V. Warren, Vice President, of the Progress hbee donated £22-2-0 for a pair oared race at the forth coming Henly on Boxing Day. A letter of thanks from the Committee has been sent to that gentleman. Cr Stevens, President of the Carni val Committee. presided at a meetinig hell on Saturday night last....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 November 1921

General Advertisements T0 stand this season at "Pine Side," Somerville, the well. mnown :draughtrstallion I "CENT1EWOOD" Terms-Led IMares, £2 2s; 2s per week grass. Further particulars on appliration to n25 C. B. GOMM, Somerville To Stand this season at Somerville   At "Almond Bush" Travel if Required. The Champion Pony Stallion MALDON BEAUTIFUL Dappl.rt " foaled   1910, with good, clean, flat bone and plenty of muscle, style and action and stands about 18.2 hands high. Maldon is by Boy out of Fannie. Roy is by Fauntle roy. Maldon's dam, Fannie, is by Silver Prince, grand sire Silver King (imp). Maldon gained the Society's Champion Ribbon at Frankston in 1914, and in 1919 at Royal Show, Melbourne, First in Class as Sire of Harness Ponies, and Champion for Best Pony. TERMS-.?e3 s, with guaranteo £4 48. Good grass paddotks provided for mares from a distance at Cs per week for grass. All care taken, but no responsibility. Due notice twill be given whon mares a...

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The Tomato Disease Written for "The Standard" by A. L. Earl, of Frankston [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

The Tomato Disease Written for "The Standard" by. A. L. Earl, of Frankston During the past five or six years, growers of tomatoes, amateur and professional. have, with one or two exceptionns, suffered very severedoss In their gardens and plantation owing to the so-called mysterious disease or blight. However, little or ne experi mental work has been carried out,an d no reasoning what so ever, has been put forward with a view to determin ing these causes for failure. Parrot like, one grower suggests disease an- other will declare for blight and so on from one man to hundreds. Those conclusions are passe- along the line and, of course swallowed. Ask any grower why he declares for dis ease or blight , be will in nine cases out of ten inform you that his reason for so doing is because they all pay so. Tainted soil, degenerated varieties, early sowing, and other excuses are offered for the non-success, and obv ious unobservnt methods of the ma jority of growers. Scientists also seem to h...

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"ROADS" To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

" ROADS" To the Editor: Sir,-The. Governor-General visit ed Fllndera Naval Depot last week. The visit was made by car. ý There was 'n6t a'boad into the Depot safe enough to travel over and the rut on the-road had to be filled up with the help of sailors. Lord Jellicoe visit ed the Depot by special train a few years ago, plesumably as there was not a road good enough to travel over. The roads into the Depot have been impassable all through the winter. 1Motor cars and cycles have been bogged without number and have had to be pulled out by the first horse which happened to come along the road if the drivers were' obliging enough. They were taking no chanc es with the Governor General being stuck in the mud if he should have come on a wetday. A few days be fore the visit the road was repaired by the Navy-sailors road making. Surely this is a grave reflection on tbe Flinders, Shire Council. We all know that the Naval Depot does not directly pay rates, but how many men employed on the Dep...

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TYABB II v BITTERN II Tyabb [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

TYABB II v BITTERN II Tyabb Campbell. c Delora b Wasley I Russell, b.-Wasley -- - - 5 Reg Borley. c Stacey b Wasley -3 L. Thornell, c Stacey b Grieve 0 Ray Borley, c Walker b Wasley 2 Storey, Ibw, b-Delora 15 King, c Coutts b Wasley . i I Holly, b Jack 0.... Bert Noble, c Hurley b Grieve. 4 H. Thornell, c and b Jack ...- -i Mills, not out 0 S'.U. Sundries" 5 Total 37 Bowling--Dlora I-I3,. Wasley 6.I0 Grieve 2.8 and Jack -I,'. 'titLern Wasley, b Storeyij ' 7 W. Hurley, b Holley- 0 Delora, b Ray Borley- .:.? . 4 Deakin, b Holley I" Walker, b H. Thornell . 3. Grieve, c Noble=-6Ruselll' . 0 Coutts, b Russell . I Stacey, b Russell . I Hector.Jack, b Ray Borley., . A. HisUlqy, not out 2 Thomas; c Holley b H. Russell .. I. lundries 6 . Total 27 Holle ý2-9.ýIiey4rzBQ{ý¢x a , 8frei * 1-3, 'Rhasill a. . Thornell 2-4:'

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Appreciated Efforts SEAFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

Appreciated Efforts SEAFORD. • The Seaford State School is amongst the schools "mentioned in despatches" to the Minister of Education for having done "es pecially good work in swimming during the 1920-21 season."

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Other Matches [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

Other Matches Frankston Club defeated Seaford by 36 runs. Scores SEAFORD. Harry Daly. b Holt I McGiniskin, c Montgomry b Holt 4 Bert McCulloch, b Holt 6 F. Johnson, c E. McComb b Holt 5 J. Moffatt, cAithin b Reynolds 0 Savelle, b Neville Baxter 12 Moffatt,' senr, b Jolly 2 T. Johnson c Reynolds bJ M'Comb 3" J. Stewart, b Jolly 2 Pitt, not out - I R. Stewart, run out S I Sundries 3 Total 40 Bowling-Holt 4 for II, Reynolds I for 9, Jolly 2 for 9, J, McComb I for 5, Barter I for 4. FRANKSTON CLUB Holt, b McGiniskin 6 E. McComb, c Johnson b Stewart 5 Joker Cameron, b Daly 0 Reynolds, b McGiniskin 17, J. McComb, b F. Johnson I Neville Baxter, b McGiniskin 4 Montgomery, not out 22 Teague, c McCulloch b Stewat 2 F. Jolly, c Johnson b Daly 9 Oates, b McGiniskin 2 Aitkin, b Johnson 6 Sundries 2 Total- 6 Bowlinji-McGiniskin 4 for 24; J. Stewart 2 for 27, Daly 2 for 9, F. Johnson 2 for 8I, Savelle 0 for 3.

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The Seaford Robberies HENRY SULLIVAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

TW158ilord Robberies HENRY SULLIVAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL Henry Sullivan, a man of 25 years, who, despite the fact that he was in receipt of gocd wages as an employe at the electric Lab-station works at Seaford, spent his spare time at night breaking into the homes of absent residents, appeared at the Frankston Police Court on Monday last, before Messrs C. G. V. Williams, C. Grant, C. Gray: and T. Luxford, g lqcal justices. The court resembled a mina ture auction mart, with its ex hibits of blankets, quilts, lace curtains, crockery, cutlery, egg beaters, canisters, gramaphones, records, sauce bottles, sugar basins, clocks, lamps, and vari ous other articles which Sullivan had collected in his wanderings in the night. Mr Luke O'Brien prosecuted, but Sullivan was not represented by counsel. There was a plentitude of witnesses whose houses had bees ransacked, and they detailed their losses with preciseness, and without lavishness of detail. The first was Edwin Geo. Tubb, importer, of Ram...

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Peninsula Association [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

Peninsula Association The following match, which ended so excitingly, was played on Oct 29, but was not reported last issue : f HASTINGS Floyd, b Wilmott 19 S. Marabella, c and b Cowderoy 6 Ward, lbw, b Cowderoy 7 La Horay, b Wilmott 6 Knox, b Cowderoy 2 Francis, c and b Cowderoy 15 Rev Watts, b Cowderoy 5 Paddle, c and b Wilmott 4 Whitehead, not out 0 F. Marabella, b Wilmott 0 Sundries 6 Total: 70 Bowling-Cowderoy 5 for 31, Wil mott 5 for 34. . Second Innings. Peddle, b Cowderoy I S. Marabella, b Cowderoy 9 Rev. Watts, not out : 0 La Horsy, not out 18 Sui?dries 12. iTotal for 2'wlcket5 65 FLINDEIRS NAVAL DEPOT Annear, b Marabella . 15 CowderoW, o and b Marabella 81 Wllmott, b Marabella 1 Boncle, b Marabella 4 Elwood, b Marabella .3 Conroy, b Marabella 0 Boyle, b Marabella 3 Blalu, at Le Huray b Marabella 2 Costainu, b Floyd 8 Hawthorne, b Floyd 1 Villiams, not out 0 Total< 68 Bowling-Marabella 8 for 29, Reid 0 foril9, Floyd 2 for IS. After three succeseive defeats, Ty eb...

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

ABOUT-PEOPLE. Mir and Mrs, A. T. Walters left Frankston on Tuesday last. They will reside in Melbourne for?a time. The Grirn Reaper has robbed Long Island of one of its best known week-end residents in the person of Mr J. K. Ogilvie Smith. As a member of the Long Island Progress Association, he took an active part in the movement to secure the improvement of the Kananook Creek, and his death, in that respect alone, will be felt very keenly. A barrister and so licitor by profession, he was also an ardent sportsman. Dr J. F. Mackeddie, of Frank ston, was the principal speaker at the W.C.T.U. conference last Tuesday afternoon.- His racy de scription of the functions of the red and white corpuscles of the human body evoked considerable interest, and he chused a great outburst of laughter in predict ing that the time would- come but, as he dryly observed, not in his day-when there would be no need for doctors !

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Northern Peninsula Ass'tn [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

Northern Peninsula Ass'tn Semerville were at home to Moor ooduc, and succeeded in winning by 148 runs. Scores were : SOMERVILLE. G. Grant, lbw, b Doxey 39 Martin, b Doxey 66 Knuckey. b Wilson 18 C. Thornell, b Pummeroy 17 Williams, b Pummeroy 0 R. Untbank, b Pummeroy 0 Tyree, b Murray '11 Vietch, b Wilson 0 N. Untbank, b Murray 14 Gregory, not out " 0 Roberts, lbw, b Murray 0 Sundries 9 Total 174 Bowling---Murray 3 for 44, Wilson 2 for 35, Pummoroy. 3 for 32, Doxey 2 for 32, -B. Grierson 0 for 22. " MOOROODUC " Wilson, b Thornell 1 Fred Murray, b Thornell 4 Pommeroy, b Inuckey -- 1 Reg Grierson, c and b Knuckey 5 Doxey. o and b Thmrnell 4 Bert Griereon, bjKnuckey? 2 Lucas, b Knuckey 2 G. Grierson, c and b Knuokey :. 0 F. Shaddock; run out : 2 G. Shaddock, b Thornell -" 0 Matchami not out 2 Sundries 3 Total 26 Bowling-Knuckey 5 for 6, Thor nell 6 for 15., Langwarrin visited Mornington, and, though defeated, showed much improved form. Scores :- LANGWARRIN Bowell, a Freeman b Coxhell 2...

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Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

Repatriation Notes Returned Soldiers are invited tc apply to this Committee for advice before entertaining bs;noess pio poslas of any kind. Those. Soldiers and Dependents needing assistance, sustenance, &c.. .are hereby notified that by personal application to any of the undersigned inembers of committee, forms and advice may be obtained :-Messrs Oates (chairman), C. Gray, W. S. HartlRand, S. Sherlockl, W. P. Mason, T. J. MlcMurtrie and E. Barrett.. E' Employers are requested to'notify tiietommittee of any.vacancy suitable for returned men. Persons having $sinesses or Property, &c., to sell oai£able to Returned Soldiers are earn estlyinvited to communicate particu lare to the Committee. IE. BARRETT, Hen. See, Repatriation Frankston

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