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The Shire Council Frankston—Thursday, Nov. 3rd, 1921 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

The Sqlire Coucqil 1Frankaton-Thursday, Nov. 3rd, 1921 Prosent-Crs Longmuir (President) McLean, Alden, Jones, Unthank, Mason, Wells, *ates, Walker, May and Gray. It was resolved, on the motion of Crs.Maeson and Gray, that the Hon. A. Downward be asked to arrange a deputation with the.. Minister at ,once re water supply matters Crs Jones and. Alden moved that the Commission be asked to link up Hastings with the Peninsula Water Supply system. Cr Gray complimented the shire secrotary on the epitome of corres pondence presented. for the informa tion rf councillors. He moved that the secretary be thanked. Seconded by Cr Aldeu and carried by Rcclama tion. - The engineer reported in couneo tion with Lower Somerville roal to soldier settlement. Crs McLean and Longmulr moved that- work be pro ceeded with at once up to £20. Resolved on the motion of Cis May and Gray, that the Franketon Church of England be connected with elee tric'light. Cre May and Gray, that drain on Boundary Road, opposite...

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Late Cricket SEAFORD v. CARRUM [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

Late Cricket SEAFORD v. CARRUII1 Carrum and Seaford met at the first named place, and an enjoy able time was spent. Scores : SEAFORD. McCulloch, c Stryde b Forsyth 13 Daly, b'Wright 0 McGiniskin, c and b Boyd 4 Johnson, b Wright 1 Moffatt, senr, b Forsyth 7 Saville, b Green 0 J. Stewart, b Forsyth, 0 J. Johnston, b Carlson 12 G. Johnson, b Green 0 Pitt, b Carlson . 1 Martin, b Mathewson 1 Moffitt, junr, not out 5 Sundries 1 Total 45 Bowling-Wright 2 for 14, For syth 3 for 11, Boyd 1 for 8, Green 2 for 1, Laging 0 for 2, Taylor 0 for 2, Carlson 2 for 4, Mathewson I1 for 1. Carlson, run out '25 Biggs, run out 3 Stryde, b McGiniskin -0 Forsyth, c Moffatt b Stewartt 14 Taylor, c Daly b McGiniskin 0 Wright, b Daly. 0 Green, c Moffatt b Saville 7 Laging, not out 24 Mathewson c McCulloch b Savill 7 Tregent, b Daly 1 Boyd, b Saville 1 Allen, st McCulloch b Saville 0 Sundries -2 Total 84 Bowling--McGiniskin 3 for 19, Daly 3 for 30, Johnson 0 for 10, Stewart I for S, Saville 4 for 13. Note-Bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

CARRUM DIRECTORY Seacombe House Phone 1 Crrun C ARRUM Phone 1 Carrum Uxnder New MVtanagement Mrs A. Samuels (late of Essendon), Proprietress. Vacancies for Boarders. Reasonable Winter and Summer Tarilf. Meals at all Hours. Afternoon Tea. Cakes, etc. BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, Good Accommodation. A Home away from Home Conferc io?'ry, SMt Drinlks, Soda Fountain, Tobacco .... .... Cigrettes, Cigrs, &c. .. Motor Accessories & Oils Benlzin, \e stocked. Only tho Best BiSlud and Makes in Stock. General Grocer-Provision Store COODS FRESH AND CLEAN A. H. Hooking "You Can, Pay More, but Cannot Get Better" Opposite Fire Station - W'- Point Nepean Road IW All Goods at City Prices WI We Have Up-to-Date Cool Chambers ,MIA MIA" Under New Management Wine @@ Saloon N. DARGENTAS, PROPRIETOR Pt Nepean Road -- Carrum Special Accommodation for Visitors. ........ Meals a Speciality ......... When You are Passing, Drop In ........ BEST BURGOYNEýS WINES FrIjouse and Land Agency eARRUM If you w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

Frankston Advertisements EstabliHhed 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash SATURDAY'S : PICTURES: Frankston Pictures Company Limited 1ady ro w'l America's 6lads Brockwell Emotional Star in The Mother of His Children.-A Story of Arabia and society life in Paris. sm- The Picture of the Year Supported by- William Russell in a remarkable drama of a man's strange redemption "The Cheater Reformed " Also-BRIDE 13-serial (LATE A.I.F.) BROW M & IUIR 11o Coachbuilders, Horseshoers General Blacksmiths THE CORNER STORE BLy Street -- - Frankston Vc-W-E-L V. WELL S " 'The Value for Morley GPoeer " STry or Invicta Brands Cocoa, Jellies, Custards, Flour Not Stocked in any other store in Frankston. Our Motto "Quality First." Our phone number is 34 KEAST BROS. Wholesale and Retail Produce & Grain Merchants FRANKSTON. THE FARM-ERS' FRIEND We carry Large Stocks of Chaff...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

Bornervite ant 3aInarring Gibbons & Tyree (LATE- A.I,F General Storekeepers and Importers, .et of Wines and Spirits kept. SO: 0:RTVILLE, We Carry Large stocks Drapery, Groceries, Hard ware Boots & Shoes, Bran Ch ff, Pollard, & all other Cereals. Local A1 ?aets fo r Cuming Smith and Co.'s Man uros. Law, Somuor & Co.'s Seeds Manchester Fire Insurance Co. Arthur Yates & Co. Ltd., Seeds. Tailor lYMade Suits a Speciality. SMEAT1 This Is the Man You Want to Meet if You Want Good Meat John Shaw BUTCHER SOBMERVILLB Sniall Goods Fresl Daily = $omei l?e Boot Storen Newest styles kept in stock Just the place for bargains Othere cannot compete - Every boot and shoe guaranteed R pight for piices W illwear a lifetime Many cheap lIines in stock Everyone has satisfaction A shoo for everybody Let us have your custom Nice things for nice people , Lenvo us wearing u smile and a pair of our boots .. JEWELL Lilte A.x.P. Repairs a Speciality. Terms Spot Cash. Somer...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

GRAY-CONNAL- On Oct 29th, at the Baptist Church South Yarra, by Rev H. G. H okworthy, M.OC. Ex Lient R. F. Gray, D.C.M.. eld eat son of Z"harlea Gray, J.P., and Mrs Gray, of Surrey Road, Hawks burn, to Mrs Gladys Connal; only daughter of the late Mr and Mrs T. W. Baldock, of Geelong. IN MEMORIAM CALLANDER, (nee Dess). In loving remembrance of our dear daughter, Florance, who departed this life on 18th Nov ember, 1920, age 27 years. One year has psaned, my darling daughter No more your loving face I see, Dut with a Mother's lasting love, Mly memory clings to thee. We often think of you doer d rughter, And think of how you died. But oh, it is so hard to think, We could not s5y Good-by.. Dead to false friends, des it and pretence Sleep, darling daugh ter, potcefu l lyelooep Inserted by her sorrowing Father and Mother, E. and kM. Dess, Frankston.

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Our Somerville Letter A CARD Dr. Griffith's practice at Somerville, will be carried on daring his absence by Dr. Bickart. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

Our Sonlerville Letter A CA RD Dr. Grifthl's practice at Somerville, will be carried The local dramatic societyv. madle their second public appearance at the. Mechanics'- Hall oh Wednesday, 9th, inst.; when the rfarcc-comedy, "'Ly Aunt,' was' repeated. The caste was slightly altered on this occasion, lMiss Gunn- taking the; place ot 'liss R. ?ulrray (now Mi~s. Hutchinson) as .Nancy Varley. Mr. J. A. Naiin again acted as stage manager, withl 3Mr. J. Knuckey as business man ager. There was a very good at tendance of the public, a fair ,per centage of whom- witnessed 'the pre vious performance. The procekds on this occasion, as previous, .were for the Disabled `Footballers' Fund, which, unfortunately, had become nearly depleted. Before the curtain went up on the first act, Mrs. P. Cook played a pianoforte overture. The piece went smoothly fromtstart to finish, and to the evident satis faction; of the audience, the ec centricities of the -two chief actors Messrs. Nairn and Tinkler-causi...

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The Standard. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1921 Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

Ieu 1Stansbarb. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1921 Local and General News. The secretary of the Frankston H & A Association (Mr WV. Hanton) asknowledges the following donations :-Messrs C. E. Wood, W. A. Tow ler, M. Jacobs, £I Is each; Mr C. L. Bell, 10s 6s. Franketon's team against McKiinon at Frankston to-morrow wilb e - Baxter, Kennedy, Earl; IrwinWat - kins, Burton, Kemp, Deane, Box, Patterson, Jolly; reserves, Hanton, McComb and Aikin. Under the will of the late Sir Sam uel McCaughy, £250,000 has been set aside for the education of the child ien of our soldiers who, as the resu't of service abroad, were killed or died of wounds, and children of those who have been totally and. perman ently disabled. For particulars of forms of application apply to, Trus tees, A.I.F. Canteen Funds Trust, Victoria Barracks, Melbourne, or to the Secretary (Mr E. Barrett) Frank. ston Repatriation Committee. A public Loliday has been pro elaimed for the Peninsula schoola' picnic on Friday next. Parti...

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Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

Repateiatioil Notes Returned Soldiers 'are invited t? apply to this Co sinittted for adrice bofore '.eutertanining bus;neass pro posal? of any kiod.. Those Soldierso and Dependents needing .assistance, sustenance, &c. nre herby notified` thatbby' personra' application to any of the undersigned members of 'committee, forms and advice may be obtained :-MHessrs Oates .(chairaian), C. Gray, W. S. HIertland, S. Sherlock, W. P. Mason,. T. J. McMurtrie and E. Barrett.. .Employers are re~euested to notify the:Comminittee of any vacancy suitable faor returned 'men.[. Persons having Businesses or Property. &c., to .sell suitable to Returned Soldiers are earn estly invitedti coimanunicate particuo tars to tie Conimittee:. , E. BARRETT, "Ho;. Seto, . Repatriation Frankstrn

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SEAFORD NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

SEAFORD NEWS. Onr Seaford correspondent writes "Very sincere regret is felt here at the demise of Mr Ogilvy Smith, who was highly respected in Seaford. Seaford intends to erect a splendid hall at no distant date. Armistice Day was solemnly ob. served at Seaford last Friday. At the school Mr Pitt fully 'explained significance of the day, and at eleven 'oclook the two minute sialence was observed.

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Armistice Day [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

Armistice Day : The two minute's silence on the anniversary of Armistice Day was impressively celebrated at the Flinders Naval:Depot.. -The commanding officer, Capt Miller, made arrangements whereby the time synchronised in the Depot and on the Australia, -Cerberus, etc. The huge .works bell gave the signal. All the ranksiin the Depot were assembled. in .the large Drill Hall and, with caps oft. and heads bowed, stood in solemn silence for two minutes. . After the expiration of time, a naval bugler sounded the Last Post, the piercing sounds of which pene trated a great distiince. At Fraukston Sttte .School tliosoe1 emn ceremony of doing honour to the memory of the fallen btare.was- con ducted with impressive earnestness. Enrlier in the -morning the Hoad mnaster (lMr J. D.Jeunoings) gave a liscriptivo account of the great importance of the ceremony to be' carried out that day at Washington in burying tie., iunakion :Anmerienn soldier. -A few minutes before 11 o'clock thewhole School a...

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Beating the Bounds [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

Beating the Bounds On Friday last the councillors of the Shire of Frankston and Hastings made a tour of inspection, whichl touched the boundaries of the whole Shire. "Bear ing the bounds" they called it in the good old days before the advent of tar paved roads and motor cars, when such trips were the rule rather than the exception. In those days the tour was something of an adventure, when horses and buggies were used to convey the councillors on their "mission of good intentions." Cr. Alden recalls the fact that those by gone trips were invariably made in wet weather, and for tile most part over tracks which could only be called roads by courtesy. T'e operations of the Country Roads Board have wrought a wonderful trans formation,, and last Friday's tour af forded convincing piroof, if such were needed, of the benefits arising from tihe existing main roadl system, combined with the policy of developmental road construction.' . Tle party hllich crowded into tie motor van at Frankston...

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The Week's Epitome Newsy Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

Ep I The Week's Epitome Newsy Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula l The Frankaton Fire Brigade held another successful dance in the Me chanic' Institute on Friday evening last. There was a large attendance, and an enjoyable time was spent. The music was supplied by Mliss-Proeser and Mr Tom Deane, whilst Mr Mark Brody acted as Master of Ceremonies. Bolting horses do not now attract no much attention as they oncedid they have become common occurr ences. But, last Friday afternoon, we had a sensational bolt.- A delivery horse owred by Mr J. L. Pratt, and driven by Mr. M5 Prosase, took fright outside Mr W. J. Witherldne's resl dence in Gweno Avenue, and turning into the ti. tree near Mr John E. Jones' residence, galloped furiously down the windipg bush track into the Esplanade. Successfully negotiat ing the very difficult "'Duntroon" corner, the animal turned into Bay Street at a pace that would have made our old hero, Eurythmic, sit-up and take notice. But, as Peter Dooley says. he k...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

~Frankston Directoryn. BAY STREET BAKERY Under New Management. Foi the BEST BREAD CAKES and PASTRY yosu should tLry . F. M. Herbert Bakers and Confectioners. W. J. 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 & nluir's, the blacksmiths Playne Street ..:,. Frankston W H. PIKE LATE A.I.F Baker and Pastry Cook Wells Street -FRANKSTON - FRANKSTON" DAIRY Pure Milk, direct from the Owner's well known Dairy Farm Customers may confidently rely on the purity and High-class Quality of the milk supply. Caws milked under strict personal supervision. Milk treated by latest scientific appliances, render iign contamination impossible. Agent for Clutterbuck's Blackstone .Oil Engines, Cliff & Bunting's Chaffcuttars and Grain Crushers, &o - Simplex M lking Machi...

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Sport and Anecdote SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE" The Honor List BEST BATTING PERFORMANCES (25 or over qualifies) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

Sport and Anecdote OEE "SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATNMORE' TCbe h0onor List BEST BATTING PERFOIMANCES (25 or over qualifies) *S. Martin, Somerville 66 A. Capstaio, Naval Depot II's 63 Norman Dess, Frankston. 59 *J. Broderick, French Island 56 Dr. Henderson, Naval Depot 54 *W. Rankine, Mornington 53 *Fred Mills, 'Tyabb '49 S. S. Gault, Somerville 49 A. Ellwood,.Naval Depot 46 A. Miller, Naval Depot 44 J. Murphy, Naval Depot:.', ~ ? "'41 George Slocombe, Tyabb- 41 G. Grant, Somerville 39 W. Whitehead, Hastings 37 *J. Huntley, Bittern . 34 D. Knox, Hastings 38 Harry Denham, Tyabb 32 "J. Cowderoy, Naval Depot 31 Rev. F. E. Watts, Hastings 30 A.. Bayley, Naval Depot 29 Bert Le Huray, Hastings 28 E. Renwick, French Island , 27 W. Cavell, Mornington 27 H. Unthank, Tyabb 26 *Dobbin Reid, Hastings . 25 *D..Reid, Hastings (second time) 25 *J. Cowderoy, Naval Depot 25 J. Murphy, Naval Depot 25 BEST BOWLING PERFORMANCES (3 for not more than 30 qualities) Frank Marabella, Hastings .8 for 29 *Roge...

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Phillip Island Wants [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

Phillip Island Wants A deputation representing the res idents of Phillip Island waited on the Ministerof Public Works recently asking that better facilities should be provided at the Stony Point jetty for the transport of their produce to Mel bourne. It was stated that people living at Cowes shipped their crops and other goods to Stony Point, where they were taken by a light railway down the pier to the railway. Owing. to the inadequate railway, serious congestion occurre.i, and it wasre. qieeted that the Gouernmeit aisould strengthen the jetty and lay a heavier track, so that bigger trucks could be used. The Minister said provision had been made on the estimates for the erection of a jetty at Tankerton at the cost of £1250, also for the building of the slipway at Western port. It was also intended to extend the Stony Point jetty, and to improve the sheds at Cowes and Stony Point piers. He was afraid that in view of this the Government could not at present spend money strengthening ...

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WEDDINGS Barber—Vines [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

WEDDINGS .. Barber-Vines A very., pretty. wedding- -and one that excited a good deal of interest atSomerville-took place at Somerville on Saturday morn ing last,"the' paities to the dinibn being two well-known arid'highly riespected young; people --Miss Florence Vines, only daughter of Mr and Mrs H. L. Vines, of "Ba you." Somerville, and Mr William Barber, eldest son of Mr and Mrs Charles Barber, ..of "Western pdrt," Somerville. The ceremony took place in the local Methodist Church-where the Bride had ac ted as organist for some years the clergyman officiating being the Rev. 'Charles Angwi.n. The church was very artistically dec orated by Mrs Alfred Thornell, an arch"with wedding bell sus pended bleitig" placed over'?here the happy couple stood. The bliiide who was given 'away by her fa ther, 'was tastefully attired in a cream gabardine tailored costume with white georgette hat.. She carried a" shower:bouquet of wliife ericas, 'carnations and w~tson ias. Miss D6ris-Eckersall, a cou ...

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The Berry Case SERIOUS CHARGE. ACCUSED DISCHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 November 1921

The dBerry Case SERIOUS CHARGE. ACCUSED DISCHARGED. At the Frankston police court on Monday last, before Mr. Knight, P.M., and Messrs. C. W.,Grant, Chas. Gray and W. Armstrong, J.'sP., a young mnan named Win. Berry was charged with a serious offence against Eva Florence Parker, who resides with ler parents at Langwarrin. Inspector MlcCormack appeared to prosecute, and Mr. McFarlane de fended. Evidence was given that the girl,. at the time of the alleged offence, was under the age of 16 years.. She swore that accused visited her home on the 30th November, during the. absence of her parents, and took ad vantage of her. After that (late hei came to the house every Wednesday, when her parents were away at' the Frankston market, and -repeated the olfence. She: gave birth to -a child on 8th October, 1921. It Was'a girl, and lived only three days. She told no one about Berry until after the child was born. No one else had in Mary Parker, mother of the girl, said that Eva was 16 years old o...

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

Our Carrum Letter By Our Special Representative The" Carnival Committee met Sat urday night last at Seacombe House. President Cr. W. Stevens was the usual popular chairman, and the business was got through in good time. It was decided to accept the Lender of Thomas Evans for hire of tents, etc., as his price was the lowest of five submitted. The po sition of the carnival was also set tied, the site chosen being on the foreshore, near mouth of river, in front of Mr. Tom Hamilton's pro perty. Secretary Green reported having received £1/1/- from the pro sident as donation; also that "but tons" had arrived, and were now for sale. The £20 applied for had been granted from the Memorial Com mittee for necessary expenses, and, with other reports, all is looking as favorable as could be wished. As mentioned previously, two valuable trophies presented by Cr. Rigby and the "Dads" are to be given to those selling the most buttons. SSympathy was expressed on all sides during the week to Mr. IE.....

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A Question of Legality To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 November 1921

A Questioq of Legality To the Editor. Sir,--On' two. occasions lately the local Justices of the Peace have "cleared the court" at Frankston and conducted the ca ses. behind closed doors. With out questioning the morality or desirability of the procedure, one might be pardoned for presuming to doubt its legality. The Lord Chief Justice of England (Lord Haldane) has ruled that no Brit ish court can conduct its cases behind closed doors-an eminent opinion that was endorsed up to the hilt by the Judicial Commit tee of the House of Lords.in one notable test case. *The late Sir' Samuel Griffith- (Chief Justice of Australia) and the late Sir John Madden (Chief .Justiceof Victo ria) also ruled, I believeito the same-effect. The Higher Courts conduct ALL business with open doors, and I have heard one po lice magistrate in the city de clare that he had not the power to conduct a case behind closed doors. The two local cases spe cially referred to seem to support my viewpoint. In each instance...

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