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Our Seaford Letter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 December 1921

Our Seaford Letter "Thle Standard" special representa tive, writing in a recent issue re Car rum's local constable, is rather enig nmatical. It would appear front his note that complaint has been made that his Mr. Banner has been re quested to patrol Seaford. and yet such a complaint cannot be traced to any representative body. Here is what the secretary of the S.P.A. says: "Complaint has been made by the S.P.A.. which full well knows that an officer of Mr. Bai?ner's capabilities would do duty at Seaford on any oc casion his duty required. Further, the S.P.A. chnnot relpudiate individual copttilaints, but regrets that any feel ing has been aroused. Further still, tile S.P.A., when requested to seek police aid, has applied to Frankston, whose senior '(Mr. Bray) and junior constable (Mr. Mahoney) have at all times promptly attended to t matters. and have earned the- thanks of the S.P.A. Constable. Mahoney's excellent efforts in the recent robery case have earned for hiin:'th et t hank...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Motoring at Carrum "At 70 Miles an Hour" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 December 1921

Motoring at. Ca rrui "At 70 Miles an Hour" At the Franketon police court on Monday last before Mesars C. G. V. Williams, chairman, C. W. Grant and W. Armstrong J's.P. a yonog man named Denni. William White was charged Fith riding a motor oycle on a public highway at a speed danger. one to the public Senior Constable Bray conducted the prosecution and acoosneed, who lffeored no evidence on his own behalf was undefended. Constable Bannon said on Sunday November 6 defen-lant passed along the main .street and when near the railway ramp, he was travelling at the rate of 70 miles am hour. This constituted a grave danger, to the public, asthere was a great deal of pedestrian traffic in the locality named. DefendaLt said be was not travel ling at 70 miles an hour. Constable Bannon :-You were go ing so fast that it was impossible'to read the number on your machine. Defendadt, who did not elect to make a statement, was fined £4 with 2 costs.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 December 1921

,ý A.?AR RUM DIRECTORY Seacombe House Opposite Station CA R M Beach Frontage Phone 1 Carru ARRUM Phone 1 Carrum Unlde~ New Man.aagement Mrs A. Samuels (late of Essendon), Proprietress. Vacancies for Boarders. Reasonable Winter and Summer Tariff. Meals at all Hours. Afternoon Tea. Cakes, eto: : BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, Good Accommodation. A Home away from Home Confectionery, Soft Drinks, Soda Fountain, Tobacco Cigarettes, Cigars, &ec. ........ Motor Accessories & Oils Benzine, &c stocked. Only the Best Brands and Makes in Stock. General Grocer-Provision Store COODS FRESH AND CLEAN A. H. Hacking "You Can Pay More, but Cannot Get Better" Opposite Fire Station ' Point Nepean Road CARRUlVIM nAll Goods at City Prices 'W We Have Up-to-Date Cool Chambers "MI A MIA" Under Now Management Wine @y Saloon N. DARCENTAS, PROPRIETOR Pt Nepean Road -- Carrum Special Accommodation for Visitors. ......... Meals a Speciality ......... When You'are Passing, Drop In ......... BEST ...

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Soldiers' Memorial Frankston to Launch Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 December 1921

Soldiers' Men0orial iFrakston to Launch; Appeal. The design for the Franketon Soldiers'. Memorial was formally approved at a meeting of the Memor ial committee held on Tuesday night. Those present were-Cr. Oates, (chairman), Cr Mason, Dr. C. Maxwell, Messrs W. 1l. Hanlon, H. Morrison, A. Hill, J. D. Jennings, W. Crawford Young and H. Vicars, secretary. It was stated that the memorial would cost about £1300. The amount in had at present was £625, so that it would. be necessary to raise an additional £700. It was decided to appoint sub-committees to organise various forms of enter tainment for tde benefit of the fund, and as a prelininary \ r R. Fairnie is to be asked to arrange aquatic ssorts at the Frankeston pier on Boxing Day. Cr Mason and Messrs Jennings and Young were appointed to draw up a circular letter appealing for subscriptions to the Memorial Fund, and it is anticipated'; that generous assistance will be forth coming' The Memorial is a 'i Ie one, and the fact that it was ...

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The Honor List No. III BEST BATTING PERFORMANCES (25 or over qualifies) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 December 1921

TIbe, Ionor List Nol. I .'(25 or overqualifies) G.. Slocombe, Tyabb .... .45 G. Grant, Somerville .. 441 R. De la Hake, French Island 39 3, S. Mat tin, Somnerville 37 3 D. Re?~ Hastings .:.... 33 G. Patterson, Frankston .. 31 ,. Thornell, Somerville ... 30' 3 F. Mills, Tyabb .... 30 Lieut V. Lewis, Naval Depot :'0 Dr Henderson, Naval Depot -:30 R. Grierson, Moorooduc .. 29 F.. A. Murray, Moorooduc -.27 L. Mill; .Tyabb Elis' .. 27 A. J. Noble, Tyabb. - -26 E. Vale, Pearcedale .... . 26: C:.Pummeroy, Moorooduc ' :.25 W. Andrews, Moorooduc.. 25 W. Carlson. Carrum. . 25 J. Wilson, Moorooduc .. 25 A. Doxey, Moorooduc 25

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District High School STRONG PENINSULA MOVEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 December 1921

District High School STRONG PENINSULA MOVEMENT Yesterday, at the invitation of the council of the Shire of Frenketon and Hastings, Mr Hansen, chief inspector of seeondary schocls, visited Frankston for the purpose of dis cussing with councillors and Penin sula residents the proposal to estab lish a High School at Franukston. The shire president en estained Mr Hanson at lunch together with the following delegates from con mit teef connected with the Peninsula 'chools Association--Cr Boyd and Mir Giles (Carrum); Mr Foriester, (Seaford ; Mr A. Corlett (L.an warin); Cr Stephens and Air Mosley (Mt Eliza); "essrs Watson, sear., and Watson jusr., (Bittern); .'esaer Morrison and C. Thornell, (Somer ville); tlessrs LucaR and Andrews (Mooroodue); M r McConville, (Crib Point); Messar L. J. Ward and W. Crawford Young, (Frankaton)' Cr Loogmuir, the shire president, welcomed Mr Hansen, and the follow ing councillors wore also present Cre Oates Mason, Wells, Alden, Unthank, Jones, Murray, McLean, ...

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BEST BOWLING PERFORMANCES (3 for not more than 30 qualities) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 December 1921

. BEST BOWLING PE,?ORMMIACES (i for not inoro than 30 qualities) J. ,Wilson, -Moorooduc ..,;, 6,x 13 J. Baker, Tyabb 5 x 10 3 R. De la Haye, FrenchI 5x 16 3 R. F. Buraton, Frankston 5 x 23 3 J. Cowderoy, N. Depot 5 x 28 3 C. Stewart, Crib Point 5 x 34 M., Kemp, Frankston- .... 5.x.2 J. 7Marabella, Hi7 tings II 4 x 5 E. Biggs, senr, Carrum 4 x 8 F. A. Murray, Moorooduc 4 x 13 T. Savelle, Seaford .... 4 x13 3 R. F. Burton, Frankston 4 x 24 3 P. Davon, French Island 4 x 24 J. ,Ridout, Langwarrin ... 4 x.27 3 C. Stewart, Crib Point 4 x 30 O Thornell, Tyabb II's : :4 x 32 A Bennetts, French IsId 4 x 33 D Burton, Frankston II's 3 x 0 A.'Ryan, Frankston II's '3 x 3 L. Ryan, Frankston II's '3 x 4 C. Doxey, Moorooduce .,-.. .3 x 6 A.YForsyth, Carrum .... 3 x 11 F. Marabella, Hastings .. 3 x 13 R. McGiniskin, Seaford,. 3 x 19 E.tBennetts, Crib Point;.., 3 x.21 C. Thornell, Somerville .. 3 x 29 H.tDaly, Seaford .... 3 x30 G. Bowell, Langw.arri ... 3 x 30 J. Huntley, Bittern ....3 x 3, J. Holle...

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The Standard. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1921 GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 December 1921

Uht tanbarb. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2,1921 GENERAL .NOTES. The monthly meeting of the Com bined. Pogress Associations was held at Carrum on Saturday night last. Present • Mr S. Spielvogel (president) in the chair, Cr Rigby (Carrum), Messle Hendy and Henderson (Edith vale) and W. Crawford Young (Franketon). Correspondence from Railway Commissioners was held over till next meeting. The request-of the. Canam Progress Association that the monthly night of meeting be altered from Saturday, so as not to olash with the fortnightly-meeting of the - Carrum Ass olation was conei dered. It was thought that Saturday night was the only night many of the delegates could attend the combined meeting, and that it would be impos slble to alter existing arrangements. The secretary was instructed to notify Carrnm to that. effect, on the motion of Cr Hendy and Cr Rigby. It was deioded to allow the December meet ing to lapse owing to the Christmas holidays. The President took the opportunity of wishing the del...

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Mount Eliza [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 December 1921

I :mount _ iza The anmnalmeetiug of resiedents of Mt. Eliza to fill the three vacancies on the committee of'the %'t. Eliza Public Hall and' Recrontion Ground,' caused by the retirement, through effluxion of time, of Messrs E. A. Martln, C. Scott, and A.-B. Walker, was held in the local schoolroom 'on November 23rd.- The. President, Mr., Dudley. Detmold,'. wase in the chair. .The retiing members of the conimittee??'were unanimo?usly re-' elected. A very satisfactory balance sheet was submitted by the secretary and treasurer, which was duly audited by Mr G. Mitchell. of Hum pheries Road;' and" 'showed total receipts, £260 11s 9d, the-'principal items being-donations £168; pro-' ceeds of sbclals; £58 The expenses of socials cost the committee under £12. The -total expenditure was £194 is l Id, out oft which the land osot £?150, leaviog a balance of £66 9se10d:in hand and in the bank. As the result of the volunutry labor of residents, the front portion of the ground has been cleared, 30...

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WELCOME HOME TO CAPT. BRUCE, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 December 1921

WELCOMEHOME TO CAPT. BRUCE, M.P. The welcome home social extender to Captain Stanley M. Bruce, M.H.RI and Mrs. Bruce, at Fiankston on Fri day evening last. was a brilliant suc cess. Addition interest was given till function by tile presence of'the Primi Minister (Mr. Hughes), who receiver a very cordial wclcome. Others pre setit w'ere Senator Plain (president o the National Federation) and Mr. G Maxwell, M.H.R. Mrs. F. G. Hughes O.B.E., president.of the Wotmen's Na tional League, was prevented from at tending owing to illness, and her plact was taken by 'Mrs. Gatehouse, one oi the 'vice-presidents, and Mrs.' Claude McArthur. Visitors were present from all parts of the-Flinders.elector' ate, and the hall was well filled, de spite the unpropitious state of thl weather. Mr. A. S. Whyte, general secretary of the National Federation was amongst the visitors from the city; rand representatives were present fronl; Mornington, Dandestong, Cran' bourne, Oakleigh, Carrtn, Chelsea, Mordialloc,...

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Red Hill Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 December 1921

ed ill nDoesg' ,,,There has beenri wonderful growth lately, and, both cultivated and natuor al :'asses are abundant. Oat crops have. developd `-ropidly'-sand are now being harvested'., In mos?'flelda ' he drops are heavy. Stock'are' in excel donditiobn; ndolmilkers are yielding good returns. . Local c!bbage growers are prepai?tng their land for early -pl ti'ng. The ,igh '.-ptlies w hjo rul'ed last summer bave indud taim era to plant exteisively. Bease, pBae and potatoes are also, recelving more attention6.;' Miize sld'eillot are be ing planted for summer feed.l The value of millet for milk'ers is'now generally recognired .here nso being meclv nuperior-to ilie .:. Orchard iits arsebusy completing their pnuogh ipg. Tlie comlng fr!it crops,: ary considesably. :Jouathans athei man rqop in't iple, have slied heoiiilyin [ost,-g gsides. Setting h?;ave i ebo beet wliter cross p .llinatibn h9q been provided' for .Firs Crown, Rome t3ea?ty ond.Stone Pippin are light. Steo mion,,. Reinettos and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 December 1921

Mrs Gertrude Dodd ýT { (Late of Bourne & Hollingsworth, London) YOUNGA STIEET, F1TRANNKSTON Opposite the Railway Station-Next Pratt's Stores D. DODD, late Royal Air Force DRAPERY This is the Drapery Store for Quality, Lowest Prices and Civility. 'One Price for All-Goods Plainly Markel-Look at these Prices Costumes, Evening and Summer Dres- Mlen's Cotton qweedi Suits. £2 10s s sea, Underclothing, etc. IMen's Australian Tweed Suits £3 10s . Finest Quality Calico (no dressing) All Wool Navy Serge Suits £3 19s 6d is 6d per yard Best Navy Twill Suite £5 15s Finest Quality Flannelette Is 6d yd - Finest Quality Roller Towelling Is 3d Sports Suite--Coat and Trousers, la Unbleached Herringbone Twill Shoee- test cut and style.... £3 10s ting, 80 inches wide, 3s 11Ad yd Riding Breeches .... £1 ISs White Twill Single Sheeting, good " - quality, 3s 6d per yard The famous "T.D.C" Working Trou Zephyrs in red blue, black. is 114d yd sers, every pair guaranteed, 14s lid Matron's Cloth (butch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 December 1921

_. Frankston Directory_ Established 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston SGood Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash L G MORISS ENER L. . ND JOINER All classes of House Repairs at Shortest Notice. Twelve Year's City Experience. 'Riverrtook,' Melbourne Road, FPariRstorn NMILNER MACMASTER BAY' ESTATE AGENCY will, during the season, spend so much of his time with Northern buyers of properties on the Peninsula, that he wants district clients whii wish to see him personally, to note that Ihe will be at his Frankston office every Friday afternoon, every Saturday morning and afternoon, and every Monday morning. On other days of the week, when in Franketon, MS Macmaster will be at his office on arrival of the 9.7, 9.40 a.m, 12.47, 6.5 and 6.20 p.m trains. Infor mation can alwhys be obtained at his private residence at end of Young Street, opposite railway signal bhs. and 75 yards from the station. Phone 8g connects...

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Sport and Anecdote SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 December 1921

Sport and Anecdote ) k SOME NEWSY TAl ALE BY "STRATHMORE' " Blow, blow, thou wintry wind ! " Saturday's sporting events were played in nrost win try weather, and "the flannelled fools," as Sir Rudyard Kipling ungenerously called our cricket ers, seemed sadly out of place in such unseasonable weather. It was more like football wea ther-as cold-as charity and as unwelcome as poves Ly. But, say, what's the use of growling'? It's all ip-the game; ........but, still there was ample reason for com plaidt at the Cranbourne Road reserve. It:was.this way. "The night before (?) a horse had tired of the struggle for exis tence, and, not being one of the fittest to, survive, he rendered a service to his country bypegging out. It is bad taste, of course, to speak ill of the dead. But, those who sniffed the aro matic atmosphere in'that locality at the time, will agree that it was the, most;,'humful' equine that ever went west: !.. The welcome, to Captain Stan ley Bruce. Who watches our in terests...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 December 1921

~F rankstonr Directory . BAY. STREET BAKERY SEos the ,BEST .READ CAKES and PASTR Y you' should try. , -- . F. M. Herbert Bakers and Confectioners. W, J. Withington , (20 years as General Hand with L. Foster & Son, Melbourne) Informs the public of Frankstou and district that .he has commoened business as...... . SADDLER Firstrclass Woikmanship, Guarantoed at" Melbourne Prices. Note · tho address-Next to Brown & Mluir's, theo' blacksmiths Playne Street ..,,. Frankston W. H. PIKE LATE A.I.F K Baker and Pastry Cook Wells Street -FRANKSTONI - FRANKSTON" DAIRY Pure- Milk, direct from the Owner's well known Dairy Farm Customera may confldently rely on the purity and High-class Quality of the milk supply. Caws milked under strict personal Euporvision. Milk treated by latest scioetiflu appliances, render ing contamination impossible. Agent for Clutterbuck's Blackstone Oil Engines, Cliff.& Bunting'. Chaffouttra and Grain Crushers, &o ..,'-. Simplex \ ilking Mac...

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Cricket To-Morrow's Matches [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 December 1921

j' gricket LTo-Morrow's Matches Mentone-v Frankston - Tyabb v French Island. Naval. Depot v Hastings Crib Point v Bittern Pearcedale k Morningtont,-K Somerville-v 'Langwarrin

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Our Carrum Letter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 December 1921

Our Cirrum Letter : By Our Special Representative A-special "harmony night" is the chlef item of.attraction, at the Pro gress Association meeting to-morrow night. A .first. clnes programme is being arranged by Mr Edwards, and an enjoyable , night is promi'ed. Admission is free, and the catering will be in the capable. hands of Mirs Samuel-, of "Seacombe House." Members will. meet " early for the transactinn of ordinary business. .The.aqnual meeting of the local branch jf tlhe Sailors'-and Spldiersi Fithei swaAos hiatiorE WaY Ueld last' week. The presid, nt, Mr J. Davis, occupied the chair. The report, submitted by the hen. secretary, Mr J. Robertson, showed that- good work 'had' been done and.- much assistance rendered during the past twelve months, and that a credit balance remained of £4 11s. The receipts amounted to £2012s lld, whilst the expenditure-. ;totalled £16 is lid. The election of .oficers resulted in the following gentlemen being re-elected un-opposed;. Presi 1dent, Mr ...

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Thought He was in The Mallee [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 2 December 1921

Thought He was in The Mallee Norman Manson Swanston, of Grand Central Hotel, Donald, was charged with driving a motor car through Carrum at excessive speed. Defendant did not appear but a letter was read from his solicitor ad- mitting his offence but urging in ex- tenuation that defendant was used to driving on roads in the mallee where there was little traffic and he forgot for the time being that he was on Pt Nepean Road. Constable Bannon stated that de- fendant drove his car through the town at the rate of 35 to 40 miles an hour. A fine of £4 with 2s costs was im- posed.

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GENERAL MATCHES. TYABB SECONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 9 December 1921

GENERAL MIATCHES-. ITYABB .SECONDS. RHg. 3orley," run- out . .14 11. Russell, c, b-J. Marabella.. 0 K,; Grant. b: N. NI arabella ` ...:. '0 Ray 'Borleyc, bN. :N-larabella =. 1 'I: Holley, b J. Marabella .. 1 Lon Storoy, l.bi'N. Marabellaý.': - 0 L.' Mills, not outg' :'... : ;5 A,-Hodgins, ,:?J.: Romeo,; b J. : 1- arabolla ..0...';: • 'J3 Holley;-b N. Marabella'.. ;,:1. V;~ Longmuiir- ?N. Marabella : -0 Sundries ..r . 0: wivckets for 3.. .. 30 owling.--J. Marabella 3 for 10, N. Marabella 5. for 20. ' .. HASTINGS SECONDS. N. Marabella, e Borley, b A. Hod S\gins . i .;, 4..4 B. Beveridge, b A. Hodgins .., 2 F. Warisho b R." Storey ,.. .. 9. 9 J.3 Marabella" b HR. Storey .'. .. 1. r F. Smith, 1 R. Storey .... . .. 3 a J. Bradley, c, b J. Holley .. .. 27 V. Gallagher, not out ........ 3 J. Romeo, b K. Grant ........ 18 H. Grieve, b R. Storey ........ 1 IA. Campbell, b R. Storey ...... 0 F. Langholy, b R. Storey ...... 0 Sundries .. ........ 2 Total...... .... 70 Bowling.-A. Hodgins 2 for...

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NAVAL DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 9 December 1921

NATAL D~FOT. Lewisii, e and h Mrbraillla S Annear, b Reid I Colliuns, b Floyd 4 Covwderoy, cab Floyd 15 Dr. Henderson; b Floyd 10 ilnrohant, b Reid 12 Elwood, b Floyd. 0 burpby' c, b Reid 5 Baglry, c, b Reid 7 'riderlcksou, c, b FIlyd 2 Burton, not out 0 Sundries 4 Total 63 :Bowling ,nalyols incomplete-F. Floyd, 5'x 27 .HASTINGS Reid, nuotout 63 Le Hursy, 1.b. w Buiton 2 S. Knox, e. b Co;wderoy' ? '.,y." 6 Ward, o Cuwderoy 0 F. Floyd,. In out 0 i; Gurmichnl el; c, b1 Marchant 30 ;. Fraucis; c, :brton :20 Sundries. 3 Total 6 wicketsfo, o 134

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