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The Standard. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1921. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
to- tanibarb. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1921. Local and General News. The programme for Saturday night's pictures as printed oun page 4 is uu coriect. 'The correct' programme is advertised on page 2; If you are looking for Prime Meat -go to Clarke's, Young -Street. Miss Theodora Carter ildvertisos int o-day's isnio to the offect that sha has resumed tuition.. The general meeting of the Frauk ston Returned Soldiers'. League will be li?ld on Motodaylnexl;, when the balanco sheet will be presented and oticials elected. Tho Crauubourno Presbytorlii Su-i. day School Picnic was held at:Frir.k. stou Inast wek. A large. number of adults and chihlron wore counvoyed' y llr Ladson Poole in a 'hnare-Bane, whilst others drove over. 'The out ing was: most enjoyable, and tho childrope enjoyed themselvoes in the. 'eand, despite the ceoltuess of 'tbo day. The Rev. Uhbro was amongst those. present. Mr Charles Litwrcy adnounces in to-days issue that he has started business as general carrler and con tractor...
Tennis Court on Foreshore Seaford Representatives Oppose Long Island Request [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
Tennis Court on Foreshore Seaford Representatives Oppose Long Island Request The newly formed Loug Island Progress-Association, represented by Moesras Drake, (chairman), C. Stanton Crouch (secretary). G. S. Batrrani and Dudloy Chitty, asked the shire oouncilyesterday to consent to a portion of the foreshore reserve boing used as-a lsit for .tenns :.coinrt; as referred to in lust week's '.Standard:' Messrs Drake and Crouclih addressed the Coeincil,.and plans wore presented ahowing that' the position of the sito asked for is- near Mile Biridge und uear Overtont's Ronad. When the t deputation hadt -with drawn the coincil piroceeded to donl with thie application. CrArmsl lllng:. said thie peopile of Senfor wl:itel ai tounils corl, siteo aed were nrositinatitg fur,theqltiichase of an" site- ai -privatt-ilInnd because they. Isad been i'formedi-that the fore shoru was not svl'islti!e. It.;Vwoul buti 'ifdir tr. -grant ie present ire quest Thie nusppllcts'd il not r:eside in :tlie Seaford Ri...
The Progress Executive Increased Fares and Workmen's Tickets [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
The Progress Executive 4 Increased Fares and Workmen's Tickets ? . '. = ..... b The monthly meeting of the Exoen tire of the Combined Progress Associ ations was held at Carrum on Satur day night last. The following dele gates wore present:-Cr Stevens, and Rlgby, and Mr Splolvogol tpresidout) reproseiting Carrum, Messrs Roy Beardsworth and J. budford (Chelsea). and W. Crawford Young (secretary) Frankston. The absentee associations K were Aspendalo, Edithvale and Seaford. The scorotary was directed to write urging the delegates to attend more regularly, particularly as matters vital to the Interests of bayside towns re quired consideration The Chelsea delegates brought tn der notice the increase of nearly 30 per cent charged .for worlkmou's tic kets on the railways. hMr oeardsworth .sa:l thiat nlless relilef,was given families would re-. turn to the citt to :reside and psueen like Chelsea and Carium would re ceive a death blow. It was pointed out that the Mlayor of Caulfillde having b...
A Rising Young Athlete [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
A Rising Young Athlete That rising young athlete, Wallace Sharland, who nlade 102 runs against England at Goeelong on Saturday last, is a nephew of Mrs C. Maxwell, of "Thalasse,'! Melbourne Road, Franketon. 'As he is just 18 years of age, there is every probabllity of him having a brilliant'career in the arena of sport. As a Geolong Collegian, he showed great promise, and he is upholding his reputation amongst the giant3 of the game. In the match agdinst England,l he was at the wick. ets nearly all day, and the only chance he gave was when ho hit Makepeaco to tho.boundary, where he was nanght by the trusty Woolley. He showed great judgement, and his driving was specially good he bit eleven 4's-and so' pleased the Mayor of Geelong that be is to receive an inscribed but to commemorate the event. "The Age" urged his inclu .sion in the. Victorian Elgven as an encouragement to young cricketers to aspire to greater beights. - Watllace Sharland is also it riromi nonet footbialler, and last...
A Day in the Ti-Tree Seaford Analysed as a Holiday Resort [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
SAIEDaay in the Ti-Tree [ Seaford Analysed as a Holiday Resort ® = =:=--..:,...- ---.,-,= =-?-=- .? -:-?= c=? II Thie sceie was Botany Buy and tine lime o-13 Vears ago. The- skies were glowing with fiery "beat; presenting an copper-colored seqne, awhilst the arid soil c acted" n a hnickgrounil' to tihe hiidndeap-y. Amidst tihe-glory of the est-fw' niive gna4-;r `with. awe nnioultio".irrtcdl of n"', Wlr-ip ?, i'rooi the nwest./. Tlhe nude abiorigins made corle o asIoel'a., lnd stood ready to do feind the country ,vhiihelad provided the 'passnm anid the 'roo. Blat tbh ihodts caue 'nerer - and yet nenrer r iud the strauge white men in tlihn nade ildeonstrationlls of peace and nood intentions, with the resnli. that tile untives fi"aternised with the iniva dors. A anuanstepped from the first boat. He renad a proclamation.to the natives, who didn't savee. The un: nal cocked hat, th?dazlliing braided uaifornm,. the dangling sword, andl the mijestle bearing of thi man-those al went to make ...
Visions of Days Long Past [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
Visions of Days Long Past Outi oLtlIhnsilnstic correspondent ia SLuga;rrin writes.: -- OQ, Sunday morning, JInuary 23r,1, 1i4 aldherents of the Cllurch of England-heard for tho first time tlhe ringing of a church boell calling them to service. To mallny of the elders, the bell conjured up vlsious of days:long past perbhips iu si.'?'y disfi?t. partsl of te Irnmpire. :,ut; wlsere'or" it woo, it soundesd its messalge well, and ;carried with it is wuealt of moclcries duar to the hehrts o lf il for generationu s past. u
Auction Sale at Seaford [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
1! Auctioin Sale at Seaford Tihe Gippslund & Northern Co-Op: erntire Co Ltd eonduilted ia succe?s ful elmioring nulo at. Seaford on Sii ,ur diyt lsnt oin Mi R ouk's Itropurty. Cu.vc, .tiilking t'roni- ,ouo o to lie months, itiseuld £23, whilst tIh herd of daity I cattle avertged £I7 a'tioco. Horses. usold tuo"35. On the nonuu dinte, "Broidy &' 131 iiosmi coidniitead li ed'tisftiuloty eSil'e at Mri M. G. Cirr'n ride in nco at Souiirrtllo. The at ten iiuce weias sntisfactory, and, good Prioes we ore the nvotuge.
Taxpayers Urge Economy [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
Taxpayers Urge -Economy The Frankaton Branch of the Tax payers'-.Assooiation met on Friday night last, when the President, Mr A. Bailey, occupied the ohair. Correspondence wal received from Headquarters relative to the effective work already accomplished, and the branch. was urged to be 'in readieiess to take part in the economy cam paign' now being launched in the variouscodntry centres. The secretary, 1i-: D. Dodd, re ported that he was keeping in touch with the various members of the Ffanketon branch, and he considered the present time opportune to add to the membership roll. Other routine business being dis posed of, the meeting then adjourned until a 'future date, when the ques tion will be further disecussea.
The Prince and Liberty [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
i he Prince and Liberty n . , rticlo disouasing "The Her ald'a'" attitudeo to the Borough of .Citrrulu onu,its bathnlg regulations h'is been.crowlded. out intil the ne.t iasue,' owving t.o .the oexigencies of space. ".The Herald!! has causticially 'riticisnd the Carrum authorities for prohTibitinlg the proniouade df bathere in batiirn:g costumes ip -the Chelsea' and Carruni; streets,.as reported -il "Tho Standard" .at-the time, and discourses on the' costumes of thd Prince of Wales as a mode of reply to the ~arrn mies. -'What the, Prince 'i 'to do wltithit; is' mystitery
The Opinions of Others [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
.The Opinions of Others -}lr E. Barrett writes :-Will.you. kindly give me space in yrur widely oironiuted ..journal to make\ a brief reply to the letter from- the -omer villeBlranch of the, R.S.SCLI.A'plb lished' iu yoqr :las-!issue. , In rerlfy; I have: to say, thatnto one woul -rluti rot more than I should any'remark' of mine be construed into casting a re' election on those who fought for our country or those who kept tle ih.bonle fires burning," and I thank the So n erville Returned Sol3ioir's Loalue for" giving me the oppottunity of saying that my remark was never meant to convey that measidg. 'Cr Muiray's. 'well-known sentiments"' had led' him to try.and show that Cr-.Oates,: who w?s elected to the position by a big vote, should not sit on a Rop:ct 'rlation Committee.- My remark was ieade with the object of showing 'how' dangerous. it was to throw.bombs at your enemy from t glass.,dug-out- dven though you make your advance from behind the respected name pt Returned Soldier.
Langwarrin Anniversary [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
Langwsarrin Anniversary Our Liingwarriu, correspondeot r 0ls. -O'iSaturdny l?st cop:Eer1 ead coffee eupper was held iu the1 Methodist huroh ?w en the Rov.:W.: Hf"Ho'ihamt presided. ';Thhi follow ?n a'rt ists, whise e!forts eri .much )appreciated by the.audeiece, eontrl-' ibutod ti tde proigrainene -Missies- L gnu, Vines, Creliii, Wa~rd' tho'Rev Holthnm, .nnil dMessrs W. Keit: and A: Corlott. Mri V. .\'cGr the po= pular Melliourne tenor,' was niable at the lust moment to boe present, owing to the restricted train .sorvice. On Sunday the anniversary eervices were conducted by the Rev. W.. H. Holth a-i .nil d ?t. both services there were good-nttendances - .;:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
FRED. V. TAYLOR, &nbsp; (Late A.I.F. 1914-15-16 Representing Frankston & Hast- ings and Mornington Peninsula Districts for F.I.A.T.,Oakland CARS &nbsp; &nbsp; Chalmers, Ford Republic 3½ Tons &nbsp; &nbsp; Duplex 3 Tons &nbsp; Motor Lorries Jeffery-Quad 2 Tons Ford,1Ton &nbsp; &nbsp; Write for Catalogues or .'Phone 13, Mornington. ADDRESS:-BOX 16, FRANKSTON; 29 MORNINGTON, When You Visit SEAFORD Call at the POST OFFICE STORES, J.B. HOWELL, Proprietor Orders Called for and Delivered. Furnished Houses to Let Authorised News Agent. &nbsp; Papers Delivered Daily. ThE Seaford Refreshment Rooms. &nbsp; Morning and Afternoon Tea. Dinner, 12.00 to 2.30 Daily. Three Courses. 2s. Tel. Seaford 1. Cabs and Motors arranged for &nbsp; F. R. Burton (Late A.I.F.) CASH GROCER Playne Street , FRANKSTON. Cricklewood Estate. 1 Acre 1 Acre 2½ Acre 3 Acre Lots. 1 Acre 1 Acre 2½ Acre 3 Acre Lots. 1 Acre 1 Acre 2...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 February 1921
Established 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON, (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers &nbsp; Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash Frankston Pictures Company Limited Saturday, February 5th &nbsp; Sessue Hayakawa in The Beggar Prince and Earle Williams in The Fortune Hunter Mrs M. Wood Hairdresser & Tobacconist Best Brands of Tobacco and Cigars kept in stock. News Agency &nbsp; Agent for The Ago, the Herald, the Truth, the Weekly Times, the Leader, and the Standard ....... (the local paper). ......... Bay Street Frankston Frankston Poultry Farm, Hastings Road, Frankston. Mrs Rogerson. Table Birds a Speciality. New Laid Eggs. Breeding Pens and nettings FRANKSTON &nbsp; Orchestral Society Under the Baton of H. A. Blaskett, Esq. (pro tem). OPEN FOR ENGAGEMENT &nbsp; &nbsp; All classes of Musical Programs, Dance Hall, Parties, Socials &nbsp; At Homes, &c. Full Jazz Effect...
Mother Sues Her Son [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
Mother Sues Her Son At the Ftanke?on Police Court on Moiday M~rs June Ti olnas aued her son. Willi un Juamee Thomas, for the recovery of a pony, briitle and hiar ueos. She valued tlie. poly.at £20 thie hrnoss iti £G, nLsd brille l l- . The?ruperty was left to her by her son, Coliu. who was killed in the war. Corporal James Thomas', ano ther son, gave -supporting eviden.o. Defendantsaid his mother had given him the pony, which was II years old. He valued it at'£8. He knew nothing ibut the harness. i.is father (Henry George Thomas) eaid as far as he knew the harness was at his (witnese) place. Raymund Victor IDawson, a sun-in-law, valued the prspurry at £L.. A verdiot was given in favor of plaintiff, the pro-, pa:rty to be returned within 14 days. st default payment of £ll 10s Old. Costs awarded were £2 8s. Mr L. L. Rostron appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr Cook for the defendant,
Wasting Council's Time [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
Wasting Council's Time Cr Jones is not partial to deputa tions. He was- rather exasperated altthe Council meeting altFrankston rait wel when he learned that two deputations woutd invadh the hall during the afternoon. Or Jones said his experience of deputations was that they ,conssted of people wilh.private axes to grinm, and he objected to the time of tho Council being wasted on matters which were uot of pub~ic utility. It was later proved to the East Riding councillor that both deputations were dealing with questions of public unportance, and Cr Ostes reminded hilu that the Council would freqjintly be in a fix if the Government de lined to re ceive deputations frJm municipali ties. The President (Cr Mason) said the Council in administering the Local Govornment Act had no option butLto teceivo deputations. Cr AId cnl dryly referred to the time that had been taken up in the present discussion, and, of course, Councillor Jones, who is really a genial soul, joined heartily in Ite laugh...
SEAFORD [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
SEAFOID One of the most gererous ,aotions in conneution with the Soaford sports was tbhe. gift, of a lihe- silver engar bowl :oxcluselvlvy Australia uh mako by Mr WVllson. This was to be pro., seuteld to the, best alround man on the day. amongst the'locals.; Th: judge could not diecide between, Mr Grt.tion. and Mr Robertson,' so when Mr Wilson . heard the deoision, he promptly settled the matteie lydonat ing a duplicatd'il?,ie. This is easily. the flnest °thing that" hits been done here, and. Mr Wileon is to bo highlyi complimented uipon, is flue spotting spirit, which will be long remember-: d here.
An Aviator's Venture [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
An Aviator's Venture'. Lieut J. C. MIntoush, who is not unknown in the Franketon distrint, for he was Lieut Ray -Parc 'srmatelin the flight from England to ;\ustralia. is undortaking an aerial euterprise in Westi?iU Auetralia and establishing. the- venture on- a commercial basts. He proposes to. asslet keenly in the development tof flying in the West. Some 1i nmeago, Lieutn McIntosh rode ai motor-eycle. from Perth, via Port Augusta and Adelulde, to M.elbourue --some tent,.as unyone who knows the country will wduilt..