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

Caulfield Association Frankston. who are running second to Mentoue, visited Chelsea last Sat urday and are at present in a winning position. The scores : CHELSEA Ballough, at Kennedy b Deane 13 Bidkford, o Irwin b Baxter 25 Gorminston, c Irwin b Deane 4 Dr Shaw, a and b Deane 9 Ferguson, b Earl .1 McKenzie, a Patterson b Burton' 14 Dobrigh, b Burton', .3 Smith, b Burton 0 Kolbie, b Burton?0 Ames, st Kennedy b Burton ' 0 Sheppard, not out .0 Sundries ,4 Total 6.4 Bowling-Earl 1 for 16, Burton 5 for 4, Baxter. for 21, Deane 3 for 17., FRANKSTON Kennedy, c and b Gorminston 3 W\atkins, e and b MhKenzie . 18 Irwin, run out , 1. Earl, not out 12 Baxter, b Ferguson 0 Patterson, b McKenzie 0 Deane, b McKenzie 0 Harry McComb, .bMcKenzlo 0 R. F. Burton, not out 4 Sundries 3 Total. 7 wickets for 3 a7 Bowling-J?loKenzie 4 fotr ,G us Dobrigh 0 for 5,.Gorminston 1 for 12.. Ferguson 1 for ,.

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

,_Frankston Directory_ Established 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash GARDEN ::: PARTY rTo the Ladies and Gentlemen of Frankston ! St Paul's Ladies Guild invite you to attend a Garden Party and Gift After noon at the Vicarage on Saturday, November 12th at 3 p. n in aid of the Fancy Stall at the foi Lhcoming Bazaar. All Welcome ! SATURDA1'S :PICTURES: Frankston Pictures Company Limited ALBERT RAY and ELINOR .FAIR-in Vagabund Luck ORMER LOCKLEAR & Lou ISE LOVELY--- Skywaymlan Also-BRIDE 13-serial Mrs M. Wood Hairdresser & Tobacconist Best Brands of Tobacco and Cigars kept in stock. "Rews Etgence Agent for The Age, the Herald, the Truth, the Weekly Times, the Leader, and the Standard ......... (the local paper). ........ Bay Street, Frankston M. A. James Late Royal Engineers, Imperial Army PLU MBER AND WATER ENGINEER BAY STREET FRAN [(SITON Estimates...

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Cricket To-Morrow's Matches [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

SEricket To-Morrow's Matches Chelsea v Frankaton Frankston Club v Lungwarrine Tyabb v Naval Depot French Island v Crib Point Hastings v Bittern Mocrooduc v Pearcedale Somerville v Mornington Naval Base v Tyabb II's Bittern II's v Hastings II's Carrum v Seaford * Arrangements Incomplete

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

F~rankston Directoryo. BAY STREET BAKERY Under New Management. SFoi the BEST BREAD CAKES a?adl PASTRY you should tvy -.. F. M. HERBERT Bakers and Confectioners. W. . Withington (20 years as General Hand with L. Foster & Son, Melbourne) Informs the public of Frankaton and district that he has commenced business as...... . SADDLER. , First-class Workmanship, Guaranteed at Melbourne Prices. Note the address-Next to Brown & Muir's, the blacksmiths Playne Street ..:.. Frankston W. H. PIKE ar Baker and Pastry. Cook WVells Street - FRANKSTON - FRANKSTON" DAIRY Pure Milk, direct from the Owner's well known Dairy Farm - Cutomersemay eonfidently rely "r\ the purity and-High-cia L' - Quality of the milk supply. Cows milked under strict personal Euperrision. Milk treated by latest scientific appliances, render ing contamination impossible. Ageut'for Clutterbuck's Blackstone Oil Engines, Cliff & Bunting's Chaffeuttrn' and Grain Crushers, &e Simplex .' ilkingMachin...

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"After The Storm" WHAT CARRUM DOWNS HAS DONE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

"'After The Storm WHAT CARRUM DOWNS HAS DONE The' excellent Iwork done by the teachers and scholars at state school, Caruam Downs, in connection with the supplying of comforts to the soldier inmates of Caulfie'd Hospital calla for- special mention .inthis smagazne -'Althligh, the devastating years of far are now hbut a "memory, the children 'atEthis school are still mindful of the soldiers who helped to make peace possible. We have received the following report of the work ac complisbed in this direction by this 'As the:ech6ol groond was unnsuit able, a piece of ground was kindly lent by a farmer. in~close proximity to the school - area about one-eighth of an acre. It .is di'ided into four parts- three for experimental pur poses in fertilieers und rotation, and the fourth for niixedivegetables. The whole "of the' produce 'goos to the Caulfield Military' Hospital. "If at" any time: i thequantity .is insufficient to send'to "the .hospital, the produce' is disposed of locally,. and tho...

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

Carrum anb seatorb 'irectort Seacombe House Opposite Station A Beach Frontage Phone 1 Carrum (Phone 1 Casrum UndKer New Maranagement 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, &. . ....... Motor Accessories & Oils Benzin, &e stocked. Only the Best Brands and Makes in Stock. Souse and tand Agency e~RRUM If you want to buy or sell a Farm, House or Land try ........ Robertson & Co The Land Salesmen, Carrum : The Man that Broke. the Butcher's Ring 1 Still going strong ! Who's that Y FORRIl EST The Carrum Butcher' Sides of'Matton 5,3-d ; Corn Beef from "4;d. Further Reductions. Delivery everyday. Leave name and address at the Post Office - FRANKSTON VMilk .:. Milk Delivered Direct to You from the Farm N...

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After Twelve Years THE SHIRE COUNCIL'S EULOGY "SHIRE ROADS—MR SAMBELL'S MONUMENT" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

After Twelve Years THE SHIRE COUNCIL'S EULOGY "SHIRE ROADS- MR SAMIELL'S MONUMENT' At last week's council meeting Mr A. K. T. Sambell made what he said would probably be his last report as engineer to the shire. After twolve years as consulting engineer he was now officially severing his connection with the council. He was still in possession of the original agreement under which he was appointed at the salary of £60 a year, which, it would be admitted, 'was not a princely sum. Later the Public Works Department stepped in and insisted on the amount being increased to £100. His average for the whole period had £180 per annum. Statements had been made that he received much more.This was very unfair, and had done him injury, but he had to put up with it. If they asked an um pire to assess the value of the work done they would find that the shire benefitted substantially. The books would disclose many items he had never charged for, and he had al ways been a sort of unofficial ambassado...

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

%omervilte anb Jainarring Gibbons & Tyree (LATE A.I,F General Storekeepers and Importers, Best of Wines and Spirits kept. SOJ 1?_ RVILLE, We Carry. Large stocks Drapery, Groceries, Hard ware Boots & Shoes, Bran Chaff, Pollard, & all other -Cereals. Local Agentas fo Vr Coming Smith and Co.'s Manures. Law, Somner & Co.'s Seeds Manchester Fire Insurance Co. Arthur Yates & Co. Ltd., Seeds. Tailor blade Suits a Speciality. OOOD VMEAT This Is the Man You Want to Meet if You Want Good Meat John Shaw W-- BUTCHER SOMERVILLE Sniall Goods Freslh Daily - $Somevilk Boot Store = . 1. > .* ......... Newest styles kept in stock Just the place for bargains Others cannot compete ' very boot and-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 a smile and a pail S of our boots N. JEWELL Late A.I.F. Repairs a Spe...

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The Shire Council Frankston—Thursday, Nov. 3rd. 1921 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

Tile Shlire Couqcil I'rankston-'-hureday, Nov. 3rd. 1921 Preseut--Crs Longmulr (Preesi Io,) McLean, Alden, Jonpa, Untha:jit. Mason, Wells, *ates, Walker, \1., and Gray. Correspondence. .The-.undersigned storekeeper.ý strongly iprotested against the cuttingfof trees opposite their premises in Young Street, Frank ston:--D. Dodd, W. Clarke, J. Pratt, W. Priest, E. Morgan, M. Macmaster. D. H. Petrie. The secretary stated that he had up held the work.-Action approved. Deputy Postmaster- General, stating that a platform letter re ceiver has been erected at Moo rooduc Railway Station. - Re ceived, F. Merritt, asking Council t, put a drain along west boundar road,' from northern end of his land. About six chains requirei to.carry water from both sides of the-road.'-Councillors to inspect. State Rivers and Water Supply Commissioi,, concerning use of fire-plugs by fire brigade, stating that one plug is allowed, three days' ndtice to be given to Mr Williams, and all possible done to avoid shoc...

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District Events [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

District Eents The Crib Point Cricket Club is in a sound financial position (says our correspondent). It has paid all liabilities and has a credit ba lance of about £4, with a fair am ount of revenue still to come in. From patrons it has received the following donations :-Mr J. Ve rity Williams, £1 Is ; Messrs J. F. Chalmers, D. C. Cameron, M. Mills, 10s 6d ; Messrs D, Conroy, D. Buckley and Engineer-Com mander Herbert, 10s ; Messrs A. Woolley, junr, A. Robertson, A. Hamilton, junr, and L. H. Las setter, 5s each. A very successful concert was held at Tyabb last Friday night in aid of the local cricket club. The hall was crowded. The Ty abb Brass Band, under the baton of Mr E. Sexton, made its debut in public, and met with a hearty reception. Mr Will Allen'scored a great hit with his comic songs, and Mr J. A. Nairn, with music and story, was the recipient of much applause. Miss Jean Camp bell and Mr E. Sexton were en cored for very fine solos. Mr G. G. Cole presided, and Mr Harry Den...

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SPORTS New Year's Day, 1922 Frankston Athletic Sports Carnival in the beautiful Frankston Park. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

SPORTS New Year's Day, 1922 Frankston Athletic Sports Carnival in the beautiful Frankston Park. Two Minutes from Station & Beach. Under patronage of Reconstructed League of Wheelman and L.C.C.A rules. Mr W. E. Robinson, Handi capper for Log Chopping Events. Special trains from Melbourne, etc. PROGRAMME. Log Chopping Contest, standing blocks, 45 in circumference, first £8, seoond £2 5s, third £I, nomination 7s 6d, no acceptance. Underhand Log Chop, 45 in logs, first £R, second £2 5s, third £I, nom 7s Gd, no acceptance. Frankston Wheel Race, one mile, Ist £5, second £2, third £1, entry 3s Bicycle Flutter, M mile, Ist £3, 2nd £2. 3rd £1I, entry 2s 6d Flag and Barrel Race for Horses,. Ist £1, 2nd 10s, entry 2s Musical Chairs, 1st £1I, 2nd 10s entry 2s Walk, Trot and Gallop, Ist £1, 2nd 10s, entry 2s Bending Race, 1st £1, 2nd o1s. en try 2s Best Pony, 13 h a u, riddeu by child 16 or under, Ist £1, 2ud IOs, entry Is Open Trot, Ist £3, 2nd £1, ent 4s Throwing Cricket Ball, 10s, ent...

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THE WEEK'S EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

THE WEEK'S EPITOME. Cricket practise at Frankston to-morrow. Langwarrin unable to send along a team. It is understood that .1r Joseph McComb has made a generous off er to the Shire Council in the way of providing permanent council chambers in Frankston. He proposes to transfer to the shire his buildings and land in Hay Street, known as the Temp erance Hall, at a nominal figure and the council has been glad to accept his public spirited offer. Armistice Day was observed in Frank ston to-day. Flags were flying half mast, and two minutes silence was observed In the schools. The late Mrs Sarab Jones, of Mooroodno. who died on Sept I9th, left £2,500 real estate and £464 per sonalty to her husband and chldren. Captain S. M.. Bruce; M.P. of Franketon, returned to Melbourne from England yesterday. After a long and painful illness Mr Martin Geold, son of Mr and Mr T. M Gould, of Nolan street, Frank aton, died in Melbourne on Wednes day last. He leaves a widow and one daughter, Thelma. The re...

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Our Carrum Letter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

Our Carrunj Letter By Our Special Representative A rather peculiar accident hap penod to a pony belonging to Mlr G. Smith during the week. It appears the cricket club were practising, and a member hit a ball which struck the pony on the eye and destroyed the sight. Cr Stephens, who has had a good deal of experieonce, acted as vet, and eased the pain of the animal a good deal. A mugs or amateur concert is to be held next Wednesday, 16th inst.r in the hall for special prizes. Some of the entries being Cra Rigby and Ste phens, and Messrs Samuuels, G. Smith, Vale, Giles and V. Mosenton. A special meeting of parents of the State School scholars was called for last.week to discuss complaints. Mr E. B. Giles, J P., occupied the chair. It was decided to complain to the Education Department o1 the neglect shown and the obstaces which were In the way of,the scholars, wbichi retarded their progress. The number on the roll is 175. while the average attendance 'is 125. There 'are two rooms, whic...

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Our Somerville Letter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

Our Soulerville Letter Owing to illness, Dr. Griffith has been compelled-to seek a rest and change of climate, and he has gone to Macedon for a few weeks. During his absence, Dr Dickard, of Melbourne, will act as local tenens,'and may be con sulted at Danby Lodge. A very pleasant and enjoyable social was spent in the Methodist Church on Friday evening last ; the object in view being to make a presentation from the church and Sunday school to Miss Florence Vines on the eve of her marriage, and also to say fare well to Mr and Mrs Barber, who are leaving the district to reside at Malvern. Rev. c. Angwin pre sided. During the evening songs were rendered by Mrs H. M. Grant, Misses Florence Vines and Hazel Twyford, and Mr H. Bar ber, whilst Miss V. Westaway re cited ; each item being well re ceived and enjoyed. Addresses, appropriate to the occasion, were given by the chairman and Mes srs J. Twyford, F. Coleman, Geo E. Shepherd, P. Twyfo'rd, O. Jarvis and H. G. Overton, each speaker testi...

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The Standard. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1921 Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

Vltt tautbarb. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1921 Local and General News. The Frankston Park Improvement Committee met on AMonday evenong 'last, Cr Chas. Gray presi-ling. Others present were AMessrs T. J. MeMurtrie S Lawrey, Willor, Dalman, Hector McComb, H. I cComb, McCulloch, H. Morrison, Young, Hague, R. Fairnie (Secretary). Replies to postal appeals for ubseciptions were not numerous, but an excellent result was ob tained by Mr H. Morrison by personal canvas, the sum of over £11 being banded in by that gentleman, a vote of thanks to Mr Morrison was carried by acclamation. The chairman re ported teat the work of laying the drainage pipes in the oval had been commenced, under the supervision of the Shire Engineer. It was resolved to ask the Shire secretary to bring under the notice of the engineer the report obtained by the Council from Mcssre MHcMurtrio and Clements re garding the drainage of the Park. The Rev F. G. Watts,. B.A. of Hast ings, who recently refused a Naval chaplaincy, has a...

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Sport and Anecdote SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE" NOTICE TO POULTRY BREEDERS Wanted to Sell— "Duck's Eggs" ; any quantity.— Bittern Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

Sport and Anecdotes SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE SWanted to Sell-- "Duck's Eggs" ; any quantity.- Bittern Cricket Club. Old hands tell me the road were very bad on the Peninsula in'the days when our grand dads were making eyes at grandma on the village green. One wet sea son two men were walking along the Rye road into Sorrento when they saw a hat lying on the mud dy track. One lifted it and was astonish ed to find beneath it, a man, who said he was bogged. They at tempted to pull him out, but round it very difficult. "Wait a minute," the muddy one asked, "let's see if I can get my feet out of the bally stirrups." Another time, when going into Balnarring, they came across a bullocky saying his prayers and slashing his whip at some oozing mud where the road was suppo rQId +n ha As they couldn't see any bull ocks, they thought he _was quite dilly. They inquired. where were the bullocks. "Gorblime, you must be .... well blind," he sa vagely snorted, "can't you.see the bubbles ? " T...

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WEDDING BELLS McDERMOTT—BRAY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 November 1921

WEDDING BELLS McDERMOTT-BRAY A very pretty wedding was celebrated at the Congregational Church, North Melbourne, on Saturday last, the contracting parties being Miss Ivy Emily Bray, daughter of Mr and Mrs E. Bray, of "Tasman," Petrie street, Frankston, and Mr -Wm. McDermott, only son of Mrs McDer'mott, Perth, Western Aus   tralia. The Rev. W. Bunton was the officiating clergyman. The bride, who was given away by Mr Hugh Moon, looked charming in a gown of white crepe-de chene. She also wore a veil and wreath, and carried a shower bouquet of white azalias and carnations. The bridesmaid was Miss Alice Hutchison, of East Brunswick, who wore ivory net over satin, and carried a bou quet of pink carnations and roses. Mr R. Bevern acted as best man. After the ceremony a number of guests sat down to a wedding breakfast at the residence of the bridegroom's sister (Mrs Bevern) of Boundary Road, North Mel bourne, when toasts appropriate to the occasion were proposed and duly honore...

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THE PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

THE PICTURES. As usual, a large audience assenm bled at the local Picties- lhis Salunr day night." The programue was an, excellent one, anld one of the pictures featured,Louiase Lorely, who was a far nrite with Melbourne vi?udeville fans a few years ago. A spetdllly- fine programme has bee"s bookled !or to morrow night; in fact,'from :to mior row night special deluxe piroramnmes will be presented, inlulndit Thedn Sara asud iritnl Conl;er Ientlles. Those whol appsreiated Gladys Brna-k well in "Tbho ose of Nome." will be pleased with her fine portrayal oflans Arabian beauty, who risits Paris to see life, in "The Mothe: of His Child-. ren'", tolmoyrow,night. The ,tmos phere of Oriontalism is keenly felt in Ihis beaiutiful romance, nod the lux ury of the Orient is featured in many of the scenes. The supporting feat ule will be William Russell au "The Cheater Reformed," the, story of a crook who becomes an honest man through a remarkable manifeatation.

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Our Crib Point Letter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

Our Crib:Point Letter The Hon. W. F. Finlayson, of Queensland, who is a member of the doomed Legislative Council in that. State, and at one time sat in the House of Representatives, delivered a strong .temperance address in the Crib Point Hall on Sunday evening at the usual fort nightly Methodist service. There was a large congregation. After the service, Mr Finlayson visited the Flinders Naval Depot and, at the Y.M.C.A Hut, spoke in simi lar strain, to a large, attendance of naval ratings. H.M.A.S Australia, which has been attached to the Flinders Naval Depot as a tender and training ship for more than 12 months,, steamed out of Western port on Saturday last and will be laid up in Sydney. The depart ure was the -occasion of a good deal of ceremony and excitement at the Depot. Captain Miller was in charge of the vessel. The pay ing off pennant was hoisted last Wednesday in the Sydney Harbor as a signal that the once pride of Australia was about to end her commission. Until the compl...

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SPORTS New Year's Day, 1922 Frankston Athletic Sports Carnival in the beautiful Frankston Park. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

SPORTS New Year's Day 1922 Franlcston Athletic Sports Chrnival in the beautiful Franlkston Park. Two Minutes from Station & Beach. Under patronage of Reconstructed League of Wheelman and L.C.C.A rules. Mr W. B. R]obinson. Handi. capper for Log' Chopping Events. Special trains from Melbourde, etc. Log Chopping Contest, standing blocks, 45 in circumference, first £8, scoond £2 5s, third £1, nomination is 6d, no acceptance. Underhand Log Chop, 45 in logs, first £8F, second £2 5s, thliril I, nomn 7s 6d, no ncceptance. Franlkston Wheel Race, one mile, "st £6, second £2, third £1, entry 3s Bicycle Flutter, M mile, Ist £3, 2nd £2. 3rd £1, entry 2s 6'1 Flag.and Barrel Race for Horses, st £1, 2nd lOs, entry s entry 2s Walk, Trot and Gallop, Ist ?1, 2nd 10s, entry 2s Bending Ra?e, 1st £1, 2nd 10s, en try 2s ' Rest Pony, 13 1h a u, riddeu by child 16 or, under, 1st .£1, 2ud IOs, entry Is Open Trot, Ist .3,' 2d £1, ent -4s Throwing Cricket Ball, 10s, ent Gd Kicking Football, 10s, entry ...

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