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

S SIMU.TANEOUSLY AT BOTH -THEATRES THURS., (Tonight), FRI., SAT., NOV. 3, 4, 5 -" -3 OUTLAW.BUDDEAD THEIR "BLONDE BOBCAT" ; SDEFY RANGERS'GUNS! ? ? SALL PROGRAMMES SHOWN MACDONALD CAREY? . · 4 .ammoun t..T "ih streets a 51 ROBERT FELLOWS song by he" . 3 OUTLAW -BUDDIESm AD / " SON RRO -FRANKI"BLONE CARLE Bnd OrBhestra * ' ASS. B I SIEXT MON., TUES., WED., NOV. 7, 8, 2 .... ,"I know 'how to handle women! Sa OOhan l hit ed aROBERT FELLOWS nRENE tH E ? ? SLON ERROL - FR ANKIE ALE and Orchestra LA STHVARIETY. R TIME , ?1 S'RSuitable TorGnra'I Ehbto. - I$ l NEXT MON., TUES., 'WED., NOV. 7, 8, . . ? . • HElIlMRE lI REOME HEVE'.l PHLPTTR E (A uts \\ Ontly). K~sS ? inR A S:COMING THURS., FRI., SAT., NOV. '10, r11, '12 1.. S.E -_ FRA N KSTON ELECTRIC S.ERY 554 BAY ST., FRANKSTON * ' the world's PL'S newspaper - THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR. You will Iin d best-Informed oersons in your community, on world offatin this world-wide doaly newspaper regularly. You will gain points, a fuller, rich...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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BEE FARM ON HOUSE TOP UNIQUE "HIVE OF INDUSTRY" AT FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

BEE FARM ON MOUSE TOP UNIQUE "'TIVE O1F INDUSTRY"I AT PH.iANKSTON : Although lpiobably -thousands -of people pass. the house uniubered 2S Beach -Street; Frankston; each week .(summiner and winter), and many of :themhave .done so for years . pa'st' few ndeed would be ,aware that' in the valley of -the roof of 'this centrally situated dwelling is :.a'.well laid out and modernly -equipped bee farm or apiary, which has been there .for many year"s. Four hives on the roof-top; and :a.iother four on.top ofr the outbuildings adjoining the rear of .the ihouse,- all are easily accessible, '-witlih stiirways .and .surrounding platforms.. The owner, Mr. L. Monbonl 'i hale and" hearty' .veteran of over 75 .years,: :has ;lived in. thie dhouse since he built-itW 40 years ago. He' was -born Aat iBelmont, in the; Gee long district. io40,000 iLoo FS C DO. . WRONG Although .the total number of, bees- in the .house-top bee colony is estimated :at 640;000,:they-iave never creatdd any nuisaice, .'and;. a...

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

AUCTIONS SSATURDAY, NOVEMBER '12th, at.. 3 p in. ON THE PROPERTY. 109: - 110 NEPEAN HIGHWAY : SEA FO R:D : .. .ATTRACTIVE: CONCRETE VILLA S(EARLY VACANT .POSSESSION) CONTAINING 6 ROOMS, BATHROOM; WASHHOUSE.' GARAGE, SHEDS.- SEWERED, ETC.' ALSO SD.F. CONCRETE SHOP AND DWELLING - L.ET ON LEASE AT 40/- WEEKLY E.L., WATER., GAS; SEWERED -- LAND, 70 x 400 .'approx. N.B:-This is an Ideal Opportunity to .Obtain: ';''.: i:; a': Fine Home, with: a Permanent Investment, Adjoining '? Full Details .and Orders to View..??: ' from " R A eL & CO., Auct J A M iordialoc (X 1o002)e .:" or'.49.ELIZABETH '-STREET,~'MELBOURNE ,(MU 28891?.'. (A.: wHILL, Au~,io'neer) !ý.5 I1eated M1i pliee on the Land.AZ . ClI c.trleet ." Bha'rritz Ave. ' Ge?. and : MIarlo Grve. ITAlM, BIEAUMARITS O Ol .,Beclh Side of Railway. -Between Balcombe and Weatherall. Roads: . .:: ' I'FINE I HOME SITES Adjoining Golf Links." WVater, Gas, E.L. , EASY'TERMS:. £30 per;' Lot De posit; Balance over 3 3 eais, Quarterly; Interes...

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The Standard punter [?]ornoch ready to Resume. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

tpuilte ` BY "P . .ornoch ready to Resume. - Brilliant . three-year-old Dor. tech is ready to race..again. anc 1o has galloped well enough a fentone to win first-up. The ligh Title gelding developed con ..derably during his.five months pell, and. he has. made -rapid ad. .ancement. in. the.. five-. :weeks 'ti .e has been back, in."B-on' Hoy. ted's stable. .. Last season. Dporn6ch li;had .l iree starts, and :he. pi?ved his .ass 'by, being undefeated. As hE :ow locks, a. better , horse, it . is -asonable to suggest that he will e one: of our outstanding sprint rs from', now on. ;-..-. At Meiitone last week,. Dornoci howed that lie. has lost none of is former' dash by slipping over ive -in 1.39 ,without the least ex .rtion. .He may -be worth keeping ,i mind for a race like the- Stan -ish :Handicap . on New Year's )ay. .ing Richard is the Goods. King: Richard proved himself :he best of the local two-year Ids in the .Maribyrnong. Plate on ,aturday. He struck a snag. in the ;ydney filly, M...

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The 18th Parliament Ends FINAL BROADCAST IS DISILLUSIONING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

PAGE 16.-THE STANDARD. Thursday, November 3. 49 X The 18th Parliament E ~ FINAL BROADCAST IS DISILLUSIONING. Thle 18th Natlonaol .Pa1rlinln-llt of Austratlia c:nle to an ln- 1 ' SstisfuLactory end lliist Th'iursday night. Electors whio ilve silti iclnt iilterest ill their politics tuned in to 310, hoping to hear so.llietliiig wortiiy of a grea't.occasion. . And what did they hear? Firstly. a rambling talk by the President o.f the very boring Sen ate on the sacredness of the Par liamentary Institution, which, he was able to give as the result of a "stooge" question. Then" we heard the Lower House. And it was really that! Listeners have been treated to some very awful debates,' but never anything worse than on last Thursday night. In the first place, members were not in their places. One division resulted in a motion being, carried by 22 to 12-in a Hoiuse, mark you, of 75 Members! Some brave man should initiate a campaign for the payment of Members on an hourly basis. If they are not ...

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

ANNOUNCING.... THE OPENING OF THE.NEW BODY REPAIRS AND REDUCOING DEPARTMENT, WITH THE LATEST EQUIPMENT LET US. QUOTE YOU FOR REPAIRS AND REDUGOING.' SMASH REPAIRS A .SPECIALITY - OMS EN B:R OS. CHELSEA GARAGE-- .Chel ea 15-3 -IYL'.`ryhi.t.tiLL"L " SEWING . MACHINE SERVICE DEPOT tll types of sewing machines repaired. S6 YOUNG ST.; FRANKSTON Phone 494 Weekly visits throughout Peninsula FENCING 5ft. PALINGS ERECTED Or Materials only. Mi. ROWSTON. 61 FEWSTER RD., HAMPTON. XW3556. CHIROPODIST MISS P. POWER O.SI.S.P. London, P.S. P.C. Vie For. all foot complaints - Corns, Calleous, Bunions, Nail Affections, Papillomas, "Etc. 440 MELBOURNE ROAD, ilsits Patients. FRANKSTON 643 SFRANKSTON MECHANICS' LIBRARY New and UJp-to-rlate Books Subscriotion -. 10/- year; 2/6 quarter . - Free Reading Room - )HOURS: 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 daily --Saturdays, 9 a.m. to -12 MoCOMB'S TRANSPORT. MELBOURNE DAILY SERVICE. Frankston. Depot : 19 William Street. ", (Phone .Frankston -0, 217). Melbourne Depot, '"?9 -To...

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Tradition Barred at the Turnstiles Old Champions Forgotten at Essendon? [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

Tradition Barred at the Turnstiles I Old Champions Forgotten of Essendon? (By '"L.V.M.") Chattilg to genial tnd quite unmassuulng young Johnl Coleinianiat; the Hutstirng fle' ieu n giveu ini his liooro liist Friday, night, I.-rdlated just onteof the hliusilid;alid one stei.l ilng deeds in the Essendon Leag.le guernsey by the late' and. -.great champion ruckinan for mniny years. for the "Red and Bilacks"-the one and/only Allan Belcher: Coleman showed. great interest in my description of. a wonderful football feat, but. there was, at the same time, a look.on his face indicative of some astonishmeut. To say that his next reaction to the. story astounded;.me is to put it iery mildly. .... "What name did iyou say? ' asked" Coleman, looking very Ipuzled..' "Belcher, did you saiy? I've never. heard that name up .t. the Essendon Clubi.r They've never ',told me anything about mhim. It is no fault of popular and brilliant John Coleman that he '-had never heard .the ;name of .a p:layer i ho st...

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EIGHTH SECURITY LOAN Quota Exceeded [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

* EIGIITH SECURITY' LOAN Quota Exceeded' The Shire of Frankston and -Hastings has once again ex-. ceeded its quota, in a Security, Loan. Final figures to hand in the 8th Security Loan show. that £37,850 was invested in this Shire-£350 more than ~the set quota. , .

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UNION JACK CLUB "THOSE WERE THE DAYS" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

C'T'I3. -I Vells told a fine story to Britishiniigralits. recently. Hie told of' bread sold at :4d. per large loif;: 2-ton .loads of selected lire wood 7"/6;- .eggs. 4d? :?er dozen; bricks:at :l10/ per 4000., Yes, it was -trtue ia" the days goneo by, and it was..the .memories of .these that carried inew Frankstoi:; people on a -'ourney -lack to the pioneering days iof 'Frankston. T?,zhe. magniiicent storyr ways un folded of: the hard, ,long days of todli.that'were part and :parcel or "those wvho came bofoire,:and nmade it 'posible for the new Australians of' todia.to enjoy tlihe?'abundance of"good, things, which for.so many years .. these war-scarred people had been denied. ;It .as interesting to ar hoai how houses were built, of wattle and clay, , and to -learn- that-it is still possible-:to. sep examiples.:iof thlesi; which still remain in:.:the Frank ston district.. New sottlers could visualise .the trek' of the market gardeners and -fruit growers on their :journey ,to :Melbouyne...

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

50CL1EAN d Dry Cleaners STREET, HAMPTON G{A1I. Phone: XW2439 lo butonly a good tailor'. an "n reneew yours ASIE '& C O. A Tailors and Dress ClotheshN e5ee aTRALIAqJ arid ENGLISH material to renew Cfrom yers' eperience to Class Tradee ST., FRANKSTON Phone 8:60 CERY OF QUALITY ' ENES' for Men . AND FRANKSTON.' " TER. DRY CLEANERS S SERVI `C E' r FIBROUS PLASTER FACTURING CO. NICES AND: I PANELS IEDIATE DELIVERY Sheets Available) FT OUR STOC'KS - TREET, BALACLAVA:,:4 NE: LF 1933 : RING ' TYABB 262 · ; for PANEL BEATING "AND: DUCOING ' : , - `HOODS -BOWS -'. ---UPHOLSTERY- - CAR SALES N CARS; TTRUCKS, UTILITIES E MIOTOR CYCLE from -us,. mention : E Pillion Seat and Foot Rests, 'egis- ': umber Plates Fitted, Petrol and Oil, ,otbs' Free Service. . District Agents for Matchless, B.S.A., Sunbeam, A.J.S., Arel, Triumph, Velocette, Fran'ls:, Barnett. Dlstributors of Jawa and Ogar;: CASI-. ,. . TERMS . TRADE IN. -.$.150 M.P.G. - £36 Deposit BROS. MOTOR CYCLES.i (Opp. Station) Repairs E...

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

JENKINS Radio Service 590 BAY STREET, 3 DOORS PIER HOTEL. Phone Frankston 745. It's the choice of Discrinan CRANLEIGH O PRODUCTS Sugar Cured Sausages, Bonel (shoulder), Po Insist on ,LL( from your groe * Lounge & Bini -Suites Ien RE-COVERED, RE-WEBBED, "k- 'Inner Spring Maltrss! : No Distance is too Far, Let us Quo Phone, *-* AIAJAX UPHOLSTERY S320 Glerihuntly Rd., Caulfield, Pei LF 4072. FOR. MEAT OF EXCEPTIONAL S A. MAR (Previously LAWS) QUALITY. BUTC ; 585 BAY, STREET : YOU WANT TO SELL S ADVERTISE IT IN OVER30 S.USE THE ADVERTISING COLT : :"THE STAND FRANKSTON - SEA . ,:: . IC E; SUP'P i;::· A LOCAL INDUSTR U (Albert Byrne & Son * 16 OVERTON ROAD , *phonie : F'stof 261 a I hkston Eiitsance to ile =.: A.lso at. four Service -g iaglasM E gg@ : ·.i, .· ; ·: ·1

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INVESTMENT PROPERTY TO BE SOLD [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

IN ,VJSTMIEN 'T Rl'ROPETlT'.V T O RIE SOLD By advertisement in the Auc tion colaumns of this issue, the 'tlne investment property of a. pair of bric? flats known as "Arundel".".-. will be offered next Saturday. Situated on Nepean Highway. about half a mile from the town ship, facing the safe bathing beach between Oliver's Hill and the village, the larger flat will be submnitted completely furnished, and with vacant possession. The other flat is let permanently at 35/- weekly, 1Both flats aie spa cious, with all conveniences, and the property includes three gar-. ages. . Full particulars can be .obtain- K ed from the auctioneers in con junction, Geo. G. Austin, Bay St., Frankston, and K. Gardner and Lang, SO Swanston St., -Melbourne..

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SEASIDE HOME FOR AUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

SEASII)E IOMI FO 1'01 AUCTION Attention is attracted' to the advOrtisement in the Auction columns of this issue which de tails the offering next Saturday of the splendid home known as "Towerview." Situated fronting Nepean High way, at the beach between the Village and Oliver's Hill, this fine property is known to all regular passers-by al6ng the highway by its attractive white roughcast and blended terra cotta tiled roof con struction,. with the salient feature' of the copper-domed lookout tower. - The house has a beautifully finished interior of Queensland niaple, and plaster, with double leadliglht doors to main rooms, and with all modern conveniences, in cluding new gas and electric stoves and refrigerator. The; home is tastefully furnished, and all contents will be included with tile property. An asphalt tennis court and -double' garage add to the fricilities available. : Panoramic views of-the Bay and. mountiains from, its elevated posi tioil make this property one of the most ...

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HEALTH CENTRE APPRECIATED [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

'C Towl'er:Jno'??' at", the lst Fiailke onl Council m.eetiig that a letter 'be se?iint"'" Prankston Baby 'Health Ceritre Conmnittee, tlhnnk ing the nmembers for their splen did co-operation and -admirable work done during the past year. This was seconded by Cr. Tonma setti; and carried.

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HAPPY SOCIAL EVENING AT MECHANICS' HALL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

HA1'ITY SOCTATL EVWENT'C AT' .I;iCHlANICS'" HALL Last Wednesdd.iy the :nmembers of this welfare organisation hnd an :opportunity: of neeting their fellow settlers at a virtual 'gath ering of the clans," :when folks Proin Scotland,:,Ireland, Wales and the :Hiome Counties of:,England joined il-i' finun and games, and listened to various entertainers in song' and story. SDuring the interval .delicious refreshments were pi.ovided by the hard-working' lady theinbers, and thanks go to thorn all-' for their splendidl efforts: :All -enmbers- -aie keyed up and planning ,foi the: big -gala dance that the cilib is giving oi Satur day, November ".12.;:' Details will he tfoufid iii the -.advertisemdnt columns of this newspaper. A:':notlzer p?'leasant get-together evening .has reibn planned. for to morrow' (Friday), at the C.W.A. TI- all, Thonipson. Street.;. '

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HOLID[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

HOL The at o drawn or another Home an renin Theho McDonal who has course a and Theh and is eq necessary happiness

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HUGHES' MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

:HUGHES'_ MEETING The combined Hughes' Cam paign Committees, representing 24 centres in the Flinders elector ' ate, iiet last FIiday night, at the Mechanics' H a 11, Frankstbn: ,: Delegates from points as distant as. Mentoje. and -Cape .Schank ci-owded the. hall for the second time since. the camltaigri opened. The president . of couiufiitteds,. Mr. C.: I. M. Gowers. occupied the .chaii. During .the meeting the executive .was enlarged .by. an other fixve members. The meet ing opened with the secretary's report, which .was followed, by a presentation of po'icy and detailr ed plans by Mr. Hughes, .and -a full discussion by the .delegates. Coinplete Solidarity ": The. keynote of :the' meeting .wa one of complete . solidarity and -o-or!eration.. One delegate with yeais' of. A.L.P. membership stressed the '-fact that i he had never experienced. such -a spirit of :unity and- enthusiasm before. Other delegates, in speaking to the subject. stated that it Was felt by all those they represent...

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CRAFT EXHIBITION THE HOUSE THAT ASSISTANT SCOUTMASTER R. WILLEY BUILT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

CRAVl X HIBITION TlII' llI1l'S THAT ASSIST..; TRC. )UTM ASTEIt R. W'l1Ai1'[Y' t h, ipltol of the iodel home built by i. 'Willey (1st :Holllllg~ul) is madeii b (1. to r.) Scoultflaster. P., Boling, Seollltlla5i(1 It. H. Squires, (Group ScoutlnmastC .1 3A. Holland, ('o4)IIr (C'oollliissione . Iudldlock, and Assistlanttl)itriclt Conn iii,,ssiolner A. L. Ha'yter. This house is of standlaird 'cOnstreIIC tio, comleCte inl~ detail, and funih-Gordon. -Lindsay photo.

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FRANKSTON PLAZA COMING "HITS" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

FRANKSTON PLAZA, COMING "H'ITS" Authienticlty is the keynote hit In "inuaurod," the exciting fili of Luke Shoi't'spdopulia tiovel, whlich will be the' star fetiture at .'the Plaza tonight, Friday and Satur day. Sdaet against the background of. the "1870) West, this. sprawling saga has all the magnificence of the early days in the West. The .tory. tells of a selflsh, dolllneer= lug woman, who makes use of her feminine charms in an attempt to gain control of a roaring, cattle town. There are no. trick rodeo riders or singing cowboys, but there are scenic moments of breath-taking splendor, and an engrossing love story which is interwoven with the plot. Veronica Lake and Joel lMcCrea share top honors. Worthy support to "Ramrod" is the filtmt "Lost Honeymoon,' star ring Frainchet Tone. Ann Richards and Tom Conway, a picture that slows dramatically how interna ilatioial wartime marriages can neatrly end iu disaster. In it', Franchot Tone unknowingl'y mar ries an English girl while suffer ...

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CHURCH NEWS ST. PAUL'S FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

CHURCH NEWS: ST. PAUL'S, FRANKSTON Next Tuesday, the, preachei' at 11 o'clock will be the.. Rev. ;W. i'otter. At the evening service, the vice will be used. The: hour-. of spo:ial Remembrance Day Ser t:le evening service during the sumer months will be 7.30. The C.E.M.S. will meet next. 'Friday night at 7.30, and at: 8 ,:cock a special Programmle ,of Films shown by the Shell Coin pany will be presented. Friends are invited at 8 o'clock. At the last meeting of the:'C. of E. Fellowship,. Mrs; Gowers" instructed the Youhg People in Folk Dancing. During the .evening mnree dances were, successfully performed. .Mis.- Fairbafrn very uimdly assisted at the piano: :

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