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ROYAL SHOW SUCCESSES [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
* ROYAL SHOW SUCCESSES ;Outstanding in the many fine stands in the" Horticultural Hall at the Mel bdurne "Royal Show this week has been that of Cr P. Montague, of Mt. Eliza. Considerable interest has been aroused in' his unique collection of bulbs end tu'bers from all parts of the world, many of which were in color-. ful.:bloom. Frankston visitors at the show felt a sense of .pride that such a fine collection, had been established in the district. . BIRD -PANCIER A successful exhibitor :in the bird section of the show was:.Mrs G. A. Furphy, of. Leonard street: Frankston, who .secured first and second prize ;ertificates with, her exhibits of l.bud erig rs: ,.. . 3XY. 2nd 'Annual Ball, Wattle Pal als, October 12.ý Proceeds; ' Commu nitty .and Children's Hospitals.
WINDOW DISPLAYS ATTRACT INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
WINDOW DISPLAYS ATTRACT INTEREST Residents of Frankston have no doubt that the local tradespeople do their part in the progress of the dis trict. In recent years the window displays in all business premises have reached a very bigh standard, and one that makes the Frankston shopping cen tres compare more than favorably with any .outside the metropolis. The staff of Stockman's (Bay and Young streets) has been showing great activity recently unpacking a wide range of toys and novelties for the festive season. The windows will attract the attention of people of all ages, and inquiries will reveal that the prices nmake it unnecessary to travel to the city for.bargains in these lines. JEW?rLLERY DISPLAY L. Parnall's display of modern wat ches and jewvllery and crystal ware also compares favorably with that in city houses, and exceeds anything of its kind in the district. Great hd vantage has been taken of special show cases to display ladies and gen tlemen's wristlet watches, rings,' bro...
Bowlers' Annual Meeting Trophies Presented [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
Bowlers' Annual SMeeting 000 Trophies Presented The annual meeting of the Frankston Bowling Club took place in the club house on Friday evening. Following the business meeting, the members were entertained by the patron. of thej club. (Major-General H. W. Grimwade). The following officers were elected: President, Mr H. J. Hodgson; vice presidents, Colonel J. Bilton, Messrs G. Williams and W. J. Amor; trea surer, Mr N. B. Irwin; secretary, Mr W. Urquhart; delegate to V.B.A., Mr W. J. Amor; committee, Messrs A. E. Dyson, R. Coxall, F. S. Burnell, and F. Lloyd; social committee, Messrs A. Dyson, J. Bilton and F. S. Burnell; bowls secretary, Mr J. H. Goode; selection committee, Messrs Taylor Cooper, Amor and Williams; hon. auditors, Messrs L. Swift and G. G. Austin; green supervisor, Mr F. Boul ter. The opening day was fixed for) Sat urday, October 7, when it was decided that a general invitation woould be extended to all interested in the game to attend. In proposing a toast to the Shi...
NEW BUSINESS OPENS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
NEW BUSINESS OPENS By advertisement in this issue, Mr L. E. McMahon. of Foster street., Dan I denong, announces to the public of Frankston thaS he has commenced business at. 50 Young street, Frank Sston, in Moran and Cato's Buildings, Swhere a large range of men's, womuen's and children's wear Is on show at greatly reduced prices. An invitation is given by the proprietor to inspect all lines. 50/50 DANCE, Mechanics' Hall, Sat urday night. Gala night. Competi tions, novelties. Supper. Admission PERSONAL. One of the oldest residents of the district, Mrs Thompson, of" High street, Fxrankston, celebrated her 94th birthday last week. She received tnumerous messages of congratulation from her many friends. Mr T. Marshall is recuperating at Dnylesford after spending three mouths in hospital. The headmaster of the Frankston High School, Mr P. Langford, has been granted leave of absence follow ing a period of ill-health. MIr and Mrs Lyster Jackson, of Mt. Eliza, have returned to their home a...
SEAFORD METHODIST ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
SEAFORD '-0- METHODIST ANNIVERSARY 'The first anniversary of the Seaford Methodist Sunday School was cele Irated with a special choral service by scholars on Sunday. The rendering of this item) was de-' lightful, and credit is due to Mr and Mrs Cadwallader, who instructed the scholars. Pit'or Beckett conducted the service.
ANKSTON DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS PLAN [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
ANKSTON DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL -a ATHLETICS PLAN tparations for the inter-house ties to decide the holder of the r Shield for 1939 are in full e sports will be held . on the )1 oval on Wednesday, October 3. rdial invitation has 'been extended 1 parents of pupils, friends, ex nts and' the public to attend. varied programme Is to be held, Irising flat racing, jumping, hurd basketball goaling, and team is. ' citement always runs high: dur flag racing, basketball passing, ey dribbling for girls, and tunnel overhead ball and chariot racing ioys. are championship events, and s are competing for the "honor .e house." innovation this year will be the antation of small trophy ribbons Iccessful competitors. These will to the color of the gathering and as souvenirs of success. it is impossible for students who 1 by bus from Flinders to stay the sports will commence at 1.15 and the Carter Shield will be inted to the winning house at NSVELTY SPORTS novelty sports day is to be held Ie following Wed...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
French Polishing. binet aking.ering. Uppholstering . 4STER CRAFTSMEN (L. F. WILSON & BROS.) e o l'ounlg and Beach strts.ts ,oppr s te railway tat:ýs) ?olepit nrecommendations from plromineut Residents. tadard Want Ads. MeGet Results FRANKSTON MOTOR , tAGE Melbo rn NKSTON Old ess bf? he uth d General Motors D fys, Vroli nd Buick Cars. Ou ýi6posw.i? p trade-ins are the bes 'thow1) I pay you to see O. J. t$ - --c- STANDARD Presents for 1939 .. . THE FINEST CARS IN THE 8 h.p. FIELD OR FLYING STANDARD QUALITY CARS-SEE º. BRETT, 24 PLAYNE S TREET, FRANKSTON. .Phone 77. .. . . . r'eninsula's largest selec of Men's and Boys' Wear. d WITH IE GAME! e your place among sporting friends csd fn, ihe ocCasion. JR ORTS LOUSERS ur every size and all the lar coloulrs. including neat cream. EADIE'S 587 Bay St., FRANKSTON. 'Phone 352. all Sports Garments, inspect Our ge Spring Range. .Flannel :Trou fror 5/11 pair, ?Worstede. from 1 to 35/. Featuring-new belt at Iments. MARKET REPORT Fr.aniuston...
OBITUARY MR. W. C. COCKHEAD [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
OBITUARY --..__ MR. W. C. COCKHEAD Mr William Charles Cockhead died at Somerville on September 21. He was a resident of the district for some years. He leaves a widow and four children. cThe funeral took place on Septem ber 22, the remains being interred in the Frankston cemetery. Rev. S. O. Seward read the burial service. Mr Hector Gamble conducted the funeral arralngements.
FRANKSTON COURT DRIVERS FINED [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
fKANKNtUN LUUKI --*- DRIVERS FINED At the Frankston Court on Tuesday, before Messrs Gray (chairman) and Miles, J's.P., William Addimott, of Clarendon street, Frankston, was fined £2 on a charge of driving a motor truck on July 26 weighing between three and eight tons at. a speed greater than 20 miles an hour. Police evidence was that defendant's speed along Pt. Nepean road was 35 miles an hour. On a charge of driving a motor truck weighing between- one and a half and three tons at a speed greater than 25 miles an hour along Pt. Ne pean road, Frankston, on July 26, William Thomas Bradley, of Inkerman road. North Caulfield, was fined £2. Police gave evidence that Bradley's speed over half a mile was 40 miles an hour. TWO CHARGES Lloyd Wilson, of Elizabeth street, Brighton, was charged with driving a motor cycle at a speed dangerous to the public and having .an ineffective silencing device on the machine. Evidence given by the police was that on August 6 VWilson's speed along Pt. Nepea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
COMME NTS - EDITORIAL PAGE - F EATu A. U. H. 111PAR\ General Draper Young Street, Frankston Extends an Invitation to the Ladies of Frankston and District and takes Pleasure in Informing You that He has in Stock a Full and Representative Range of, the Latest Models in Lady Ruth Corsets, Corselettes, Brassieres, Etc., Including the New Wunlace Practical Front. For Grace, Comfort and Control 6f the Figure, these Garments are Unique. MISS BLANCHE GOODMAN, :.Demonstrator for the Lady Ruth Organisation, will: be in attendance in Our Corset Department, .from 2nd ,to 7th October, inclusive, to give Special Attention., to the Personal Fittings of the Latest Models. He cordially invites you to. visit his showrooms and sug. gests that you Telephone Frankston 103 and make an early appointment with' MISS GOODMAN, the Lady Ruth Special Corsetiere .. After Selecting Your FOUNDATION GARMENTS, do not fail to inspect our; large :range of NEW SEASON'S "SPRING :FROCKS:-AND=MILLINER-Y,..which: have just...
BALNARRING PREMIERS IN "B" GRADE Depot Overwhelmed in Electrical Last Quarter Finish [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
BALNARRING PREMIERS IN "B" GRADE 00oo Depot Overwhelmed in Electrical Last Quarter Finish kN Ideal .conditions on a perfect ground Naval Depot and Baliiar ring met in the "B" grade grand final on Saturday last at Frankston. For three quarters it was a typical hard-fought final with the teams re markably even but in the last quarter Balnarring produced a remarkable brand of football and scoring 43 points to 8 won comfortably by 5 goals. Depot had five changes in the side which defeated Balnarring in the se cond semi-final, Hines, Waters Dawson, Hansen and Price who was_ 19th man in that game replacing Packer, O'Dwyer, Rogers, Wiggins and Ward. Balnarring chose the same team which defeated Red Hill on the pre vious Saturday. Naval Depot: Kain (capt.), Lloyd Straker, 'Fenby, Marshall, Coates Wateis, Forrest, Price, Martin, Ed wards, Foxcroft, Redmond, Hines, Dawson, Blanchard, Hansen, Purvis Wiggins (19th man). Balnarring: Ron Peterson (capt;) I. Lucas, Waldron, Reg. Peterson Brown, Ke...
INFANT WELFARE CENTRE PRESENTATION [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
INFANT WELFARE CENTRE PRESENTATION The c.onmittee of the Frankston Infant Welfare Centre met at the home of Mrs H. L. Polglase on Sep tem'ber 21 to bid her farewell prior to her departure to Broadford with her husband, who has been appointed shire secretary there. In asking Mrs Polglase to accept, on behalf of the'ladies, a small token of esteem, Mrs Whittaker said that the gift carried with It the gratitude of the Infant Welfare committee for the interest Mrs Polglase had shown in the centre and her services as a volunitary helper to Sister Newton. Athough the committee regretted the departure of Mrs PThglase, they wished her every happiness Ih her new sphere. IMPORTANT AUCTION By advertisement in this issue, an important. sale 'of.household furnish ings and requisites is announced• by. Mr G. G. Austin, auctioneer, of Bay street, Frankston. Tho sale will be held on the property, "Babainda," 93 Young street (near Barclay's grain store), commencing at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Oe.tober 5. ...
Let's Write a Letter TO WHOM THE CAP FITS! [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
Let's Write a Letter TO WHOM THE CAP FITS I Irresponsible Critics,-When Australians should be offering a united front to the world; when Australians are more united on this subject (a war against Nazism and armament combines) than they have been on any national question; when the Australian Cabinet includes eight Diggers who went through the ordeals of 1914-18; when the National Government is in daily contact wlth 'the centre of the Empire, and is acting in collaboration with the Mother Land; when the Prime Minister happens to be the outstanding man in Australian politics (and we say that in all' sincerity despite the fact that we have differed from' him on many questions), you are causing, or attempting to cause, disunity among the people by violent attacks land allegations of Incompetence on the part of the Federal Ministry. Such tactics in some countries would bring about uncomfortable results for you. But we do not hope for that. We do suggest, however, that your annoying propag...
The Spirit Still Lives [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
The Spirit Still Lives The splendid response made by returned men to the call to join up with an A.I.F. Reserve shows that the spirit which made the name of Anzac famous still lives. Thousands of men, many of whom are not as young as they' used to be, responded to the call of their country, and the decision of the Federal' Government (over' 50 per cent. of whom are Diggers) to utilise their services on essential guard work, .and so forth, releases for inten sive training thousands of young militiamen at present" on those jobs. The Australian soldier of 1914-18 handed down a great tradition which will 'be worthily livedl up to by the. young soldier of 1939. The spirit still lives.
JUNGLE THRILLS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
JUNULL I ntIL-L. or All exciting account made public for the first time of a trip by canoe through part of the world never be fore traversed by white man will be given by Rev. Mi. T. Jones, of the Australian Board of Missions, at the Church of England Hall on Monday night. -Rev. Jones will describe, his adven tures on his journey from Papua to the Mandated Territory. This month ly series of men's nights at St. Paul's has resulted in very interesting ad dresses and de'bates, and Monday's talk should be not the least interest ing of them. FOOTBALL Club euchre party, Wat tle Cafe, Wednesday, October 11. Two prizes, value 10/6. Admission 3/I.
C. OF E. BAZAAR [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
C. OF, E. BAZAAR Mrs J. O. rWatt, of Oliver's Hill, will formally open the St. Paul's Church of England bazaar at the Wattle Palais on Friday. October 6, at 3 p.m. DANCING Saturday night, Wattle Palais. Maxina. competition be gins. Admission 1/1. Supper. SPECIAL FITTINGS FOR LADIES; An innovation of interest to laidies of Franlkston district is announced by" A. J. H. Sparke, of Young street in, this week's issue. He advertises t hat' Miss Blanche Goodman, demonstratoI: for the Lady Ruth organisation, will be ill attendance at his showroomsl from October 2 to October 7 (inclu sive) to give special personal atten-i tion to the fitting of women's founda tion garments. Appointments may be arranged by iphlone.
ST. PAUL'S CONCERT Fine Programme Arranged [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
ST. PAUL'S CONCERT Fine Programme Arranged Mr Jock Thompson (Scottish bari tone), Jim Harris (entertainer), Tom Lockhead (Scotch comedian), Miss Felicia Francis (the Adelaide. so prano), Miss Valerie nWalsh (con tralto), Miss Maisie Ramsay (so pirano), Zell Manners (impersonator), Mr Pat Coleman (Irish ballad singer), MIr Tom Dowling (tenor), and Mr Eric Fox (accompanist) comprise the prd gramme for St. Paul's concert in the Mechanics' Hall on Tuesday next at ý8 p.m. The galaxy of talent ensures a concert of metropolitan standard, and a crowded house will surely rei sult from the efforts of the organisers in arranging such a programme. Tickets, 2/ and 1/, are now on sale, and as they are in great demand, early purchase is advisable. FRANKSTON High School Welfare League will be holding a jumble sale in the Willard Hall on Friday, October 6 at 9 a.m.
FOOTBALL EUCHRE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
FOOTBALL EUCHRE On Wednesday,- October 13, a euchre party will be held at Oates' Cafe to iaise funds for the Frankston Foot ball Club. Prizes to the value of £ 1// I will be presented. PREMIERSHIP BALL The premiership ball will be held at the VhVttle Palais on October 19 Arrangements are already in haaoI to make it the best function ever held by the club. The evening will include the foot aollers' ballet, .srcnmers, competition dances and novelties. Jack Billings leV's orchestra will play from 8 till 2 n.m. Tickets are available at 3/.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 29 September 1939
PROFESSIONAL Phone 29 Frankston. Box 25 Frankston W. J. McLEAN SWORN VALUER. REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS AGENT. 588 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON ouSe, Land and Insurance Agent. Furnished and Unfurnished nCollected Auctions Arranged Houses To Let L. R. N. UTBER SOLICITOR - FRANKSTON Attends daily at offimce, Young street opp. It allway Station) and ever; evening at private residence. Mornington Road (near "Fernery,") Melbourne Office: H. W. HUNT & UTBER 281 Collins Street, Melbourne Telephone: Central 2452. Trust Moneys to Lend on Mortgage ROSTRON, ROY & PIT] BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS Commissioner for Taking Affidavits ATTENDANCES: DRO.1ANA: First Saturday in month 12 to 3 p.m. SOM"ERVILLE and HASTINGS: Sec ond Saturday in month, 11 to 1 p.nm. tFRANKSTON OFFICE: Every Satur day 3.15 to 8.30 p.m. Trust Money to Lend. Melbourne Office: 440 Little Collins Street. Telephones: Central No. 9374. Pri vate Residence: Windsor No. 1938. E. W. OLLEY SOLICITOR, ETC. '440 LT. COLLINS .ST., ...