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SILVER BAND PROGRES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

SILVER BAND PROGRESs The newly-established Frar ton Silver Band is making progress. Practice is held we (Mondays) at Connal's GarS1 Bay Street. There are 14 play in the' band at present. Election of officers this a resulted: President, Mr. Bob q nal; vice-president, Miss N Grice; secretary, Mr. H. V. C[ .treasurer, =Cr. M. C. Tom . A: committee of six comp the organisation.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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CUP LEADER'S OWNER IN CAR SMASH [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

CUP LEADER'S OWNER IN CAR SMASH . I A Rolls Royce driven by George Vowell, Notting Hi (owner of the brilliant Melbour Cup pacemaker, Bruin), collide at 4.30 p.m. .on Sunday at tI corner of Seaford and We?' Roads, with a Whippet car driv:i. by' Mr. Charles Gray, of Dandy: nong. . Mr. Gray's two daugh'tei Brenda and Sylvia, 17 and ": years, sustained a broken n and fractured clavicle respectir ly, and were treated at Franks Community Hospital.

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GOLF FRANKSTON MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION Recent Competitions. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

GOLF FRANKSTON MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION Recent Competltitions Octobeir 20 ?-18: holes new Stableford.. Mrs. H: August, 37 pts, won on the: count back from Mrs. C. Matson and Mrs. J. Masters. . October 26-18 holes Stroke for the Monthly.:Spcon. This was won by .Mrs:. L. Watson, 86.12.74. Mrs. C. ,Allen, 91.13.78, was second, anrid Mrs. W. Whittaker, 98.18.80 was third. .. October 29.-9.holes stroke. This was .won by Mrs. R. Potton, 42.9'c -32'c.:: Miss. D. Nicholls, 55-18-37, was second. Iviss-. ivi Masters, 69. won the Gross of the Eclectic played over the-last 2 months.. Mrs. Kerr won the Nett., . Ten members: of the club who were in the Pennant Teams dur ing the year ha'd a delightful evening last week, when the com bined League Teams (86 menm bers), had dinner in Melbourne to: present Pennants to the win ning-teams. Frankston "B" team captain (Mrs. Tillotson), received the runner-up Pennant for the club:. Mrs. Tillotson presented each member of her team with a very dainty shoulder s...

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BOWLS FRANKSTON CLUB PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

B OW LS I FRANKSTON CLUB PLAY There 'was a fair muster of players on: Cup afternoon, and the usual competition took place, C. Bell's team taking the honors. The team comprised: C. Bell, W. Bowes and C. Cochrane. Five rinks of Dandenong bowl ers-visited Frankston on Wednes day afternoon,'and 25 ends were played :on< a' gieen that played comparatively ':well, considering the: recent' wet 'weather. Franks ton won comfortably. Scores: 'Frankston:. Burnell, 39; Elliott, 37; Cooper,. 33;. Heymanson, 31; LyonZInstone,, 28-168. :Danrdenong: Cornish, 17; Kierce 14; Grinouls; .13; Toogood, 18; 'Harris,' 16--78. Many members and some inter state visitors were on the green on Saturday afternoon. The visi tors were welcomed by the presi dent at. the' afternoon tea ad= journrment; and:suitable responses were made by: the visitors. The winning" rink ..was Lyon-Instone, Rudd, P.- Wheeler, C. Cochrane.

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FRANKSTON A.N.A. UNVEILING OF HONOR BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

FA NKSTON A.N.A. Ir. W. G. Smnalltlan (Vice Chief President of the. Board of Ditectors, A.N.A;) officiated at the Frankston branch on the occasion of the unveiling of its Honor Board to thdse of its members who- gave their lives in their country's service. Mir. Smallman said he approach ed .the task he was to perform with feelings of humility, mixed with pride that the baicli lihad taken this action to perpietiiate the msemory of its fallei ineiibers. : It was significant.? that this cere nioiiy coincided with the tinie of national comnienmoration of our fallen heros. He sensed the feel ing that the branch did not con sider its obligation fulfilled by tlhis gesture, but that the miem hers, were determined that the Australian traditions would be preserved, and that future de cisions of the Association in na tioiial matters will be made in full recognition that the right to make such decisions was preserved by the. sacrifice of those whose mem ory' ias being honored. He felt that such...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

THE STANDARD, Tlhursday, November 10, 1949.-PAGE 13. - R, S. Ryan ? UEmE u < UENDORSED LIBERAL E -.? °a and COUNRTY PARTY I" Candidate for FLINDERS II \\'LL. OPEN HI-S CA11 ?`FRANKSTON Mechanics' Hall, WEDNESDAY, ? r"ýr NOVEMBER 16th at 8 p.m. ? SENDOSUPRSEDORTING SPEAKERSERA m HON. W. W. LEGGATT, M.L.A. • (Chief Secretary), ea • MR. H. DREW, M.L.A.. S Chairmn: CR. J. K. CARPENTERT PART U .I ? EYAN, FRANKTN []I S (Authorised bOy N. IW. I W.DA.E, Campaign Director, Seaford) .I 'Wnm I • n MRi . H. DREW, M.L.A. Mn? RII?R I U UU UUENE UUUUUUEUUU mm E.. W. OLLEY SOLICITOR 131 BOURKE ST., Mhl?II3OURN. Attends Frankston Wednesda: afternocns at the office of J. A. t'ayler, Estate Agent. 588 Ba Street. QUALCAST LAWNMOWERS are STILL the BEST and Cheapest Obtainable from all leading HARDWARE STORES CAPITOL MOTOR SCHOOL Tuition on J3odtltrn, Specially Equipped Cars. Book at 01BO3 CONNAL'S GARAG1,I 558 .1ty St., Frankston. Tel. ,746. ERN. TROTlMAN Huttorous Entertainer at the For - Co...

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BEES SWARM IN CAR [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

BEES .SWARM* IN CAR When bees swarnmed inside his car on Tuesday ! afternoon, . Mr. i S. McGhee, tailor, -of :Young Street," -Fraikston, was delayed. 1? hours,, until :Mr. Bob. -onnal lopened. the ,door a d.:d~ dved the Scar. till the bees disappear?ed?

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The Standard SPORTING ROUNDUP [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

SPORTING SRONDUP *,;uuuuuItIIU W 1UM11WytUI" I l 1uu flu mu INGS reme Wa na the heav . thus t .park ha voweeks n. ay: v. Pow on v. Ok ton V. St 100 and cus throw, and 4X220 4x220 yds. ot putt (8 aumS.

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CHURCHES OF CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

CHURCHES' OF;' CHRIST Mr. "R. :-V. Holmes, who has. been assistant ininister of the ,.Frankston-Moorooduc-Mornington" circuit of Churches of Christ for the past two years, had accepted a call to the.nministry.of the Em erald Church:of Christ, and will begin, his wor?"there .on Sunday, November 13. A social evening in.his honor will beheld at Moo rooduc on November 23. .:Noveimiber 5th 'has.long been a time' of hilarity and fun. On that date" a- largey numnber of young people from:'the Southern Bay side: ' Youth Fellowship of Churches of Christ' held a moon light hike and bohfire. The hike began at the Frankston church On .the" way, arid ?it the fireside, fireworks cracked.'and spluttered. After a brief devotional session conducted by Mr. .F. T. Morgan (minister of, the Frankston church), a supper:,.of hot save loys arid: rolls .with. coffee was 'served. The attendance totalled ovr '60. 'Frankstodn Church-of Christ will hold a Parents' Day at 3 p.m. on 'Sunday, .November-i13. This is...

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The Standard punters Benvolo or Bruin for Last Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

pnBY upýK PUwwmroaummutLtej £4JV a'.~ A~ Benvolo or Bruin for Last 'Cup. Benvolo and Bruin, third and "fourth, respectively, in "the Mel bourne Cup, may fight out.the finish of the Williamstown Cup on Saturday. Both horses, have dclone well since tlie 'big twbomiler,' and will again strip fit. ' I have not seen Benvolo .work, but ani assured that he has done evrerything right. I ..have,-:.how ever, seen Bruin gallop,'.and can. assure. readers that he:hais never beeni better. The Solar Bear, horse .reeled: -off a race-winning trial at Epsom on. Tuesday.- Working 12 feet out on the course proper, he ran to the end of.the ten fur longs' in the outstanding time of 2.11U . " ' . • " " " " Landetis was to have assisted Bruin over his last six furlongs, but was of no use to the brown, and finished at least ten lengths behind. Bruin, running on strong ly right to the post, clocked 1.18.1 for his last six. It's a safe bet that Bruin, with his light weight will go to the front early in. Sat u...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Inter-Church Group. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Inter-Church Group. The, World .Conimunity Day of Prayer will' be- held on Friday, November 11, .in. the Methodist Church: at ,3 p.m. Mrs. Cyril Chambers: .will :i;be the guest speaker, and. Mrs. Fowler will be the :soloist,.:: .All the 'womenii of this com munity: are, invited to meet for prgyer... The ,report of the Frankston P. W.M.'U foi the-year ending Oc tober, 31- gives ;evidence of useful work onr the :part" of the 16 mem bers. 'Monies were raised by col lections, thanksgiving envelopes, and. :outdoor. sales. Donations made by :the, PW.M.U. included the following: -A, parcel of goods value- at £3/13/3, sent to Korea; three food parcels to Chalmers Church, Edinburgh (Scotland)'; £1 contributed to the China .Ap Speal ;.: -1/1/"to -Donald Cameron. Homees for the Aged; and £20.sent' to headqhiiarters t'o"be divided; be= tw'ee-:" "'t eaconess'? Salaries Fund and the General 'Mission Fund. Thanks were expressed to Mrs. Kempton. Osborne House, fort lending her g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

AN N OU NC'I N G. .. THE OPENING OF .THE NEW BODY REPAIRS AND REDUCOING DEPARTMENT,. WITH THE LATEST EQUIPMENT LET US QUOTE YOUFOR REPAIRS AND REDUCOING SM ASH REPAIRS A SPECIALITY MOMSEN :BRO' S. CHELSEA CARAGE Chelsea 153. SEWING MACHINE SERVICE DEPOT All types of sewing machines repaired. s EYOUNG ST., FRANKSTON Phone 494 Weekly visits throughout Peninsula FENCING 5ft. PALINGS ERECTED Or Materials only.. M. ROWSTON. el-FEWSTER RD., HAMPTON. XW3556. CHIROPODIST " MISS P. POWER . ." S:IS.P London, P.S. P.C. Via For all foot complaints - Corns, Calleous, Bunions, Nail Affections, Papillomas, Etc. 440 MELBOURNE ROAD, . Visits Patients. FRANKSTON 643 FRANKSTON MECHANICS' e LIBRARY" : ew .and Up-to-?ate Books SrBubscrintion - 10/- year; 2/6 quarter - Free.Reading Room - 'BOURS: 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 daily . Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 12 S- M• COMB'S TRANSPORT. M"ELBOU R NE DAILY SERVICE. Frankston Depot : 1t Willian Street. (Phone Frankston 80. 217). M1elbourne Depot, 891 Sonsale Street. (M U28...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

ATIONSVACANT ANDso . RN FOLDING Full Time Plus Piece Work Bonus LIlMIT'Ep D STREET, RICHMOND. JA 4181 STREET, FRANKSTO ", hone: Frankston 240 PPRENTICES BY VICTORIAN RAILWAYS 22 TRADES tart, January 16, 1950.. TRAINING AND: CONDITIONS VISIONS FOR COUNTRY LADS: - Eighth Grade Standard, under 19 - Intermediate or higher Appitcation Forms ?vailabie From ,. AILWAY STATIONS, OR THE Y FOR RAILWAYS,,. Room 236 Melbpqrne, C.1, until November 21 HOURS: 6 A.M. - 2.30 P.M. N'S FOOD PRODUCTS a Highway, Moorabbin; 12881 .Mr. Ross .. ENGINEER xperience in Electrical Motors:: N'S FOOD PRODUCTS 288hwy, Moorabbin . -*.-_. . ---- " . RD NEWSPAPERS PTY. LTD: 0 Park Road, Cheltenham' : A VACANCY FOR A 0LINOTPE Ont Co R ib for Right Man - Oele hONCE Man . nt* Conditions ONCE paSS SITUATIONS VACANT ASSJST.? T 'ated for. chef, Sun days and Mondays Apply Mrs. Gooda,` Pier- Hotel;,I Erankston. 'CARPENTER.' Constant. Villa Wdik. ':Good . oppo"_tunity for righit maniW.. Vaters, and Enniss, ~~s??ith uAie., Che...

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FRANKSTON THEATRE GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

FRANKSTON THEATRE GROUP (By "Stargazer") Not so long ago I watched, what I felt was a grand. inter pretatiori of a: much-bewildered bridegroom-to-be, "Joe," played so splendidly. by Tom Ready in "Fools Rush In," and naturally, along with many others, I've been patiently • waiting .:to see him again. In "The .Crime of Margaret Foley" there is an amazing char acter - by name - "Dinny Joyce," the Foley's old man-ser vant. Dinny's attitude, towards his employers is amusingly cas ual (his back-chat is a tonic) and his big Irish heart adores the very ground they tread on -- es pecially "Hursilf"; but for some reason or other (but peculiar to Dinny) .he hides his great .affde tion for them under a rather ag gressive manner. Who. plays the madleining but loveable old man? Why, Tomn Readjy, of course. Another player whom. l've' watched with delight is Arthur Cemm.- Ip "Grand National Night" his case on stage was a joy to,. behold, and .now in this Irish drama he will be before. you as "Inspe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

HIRE CAR SERVICE, 24=HOUR Agents for Holdeni Cars. BAYSIDE MOTORS R.A.C.V. Service Station Genral Eiigiriedfi 610 Mornington Road. Plioi e. Frankston 191: . THE FRIENDLY 'PHOTOGRAPHER GORDON rLI.NDSA.Y COMMERCIAL - GENERAL - Specialist ifn Child. Studies .STUDIO. - 13 DELL ROAD, FRANKSTON (Across Cranbourne Road Bridge) . Phore: F'ston.735 PENINSULA . BUS LINES STOURS SUNDAY, NOVEMBER' 13th TO MT. BLACKWOOD and: TRENTHAM FALLS Via Melbourne; Gisborne, Woodend, Trentham Falls;. Returning via Trentham, :Bacchus Marsh TOURING COACH LEAVES MORNINGTON; 8.30 a.m. FRANKSTON, 9 a.m. CHELSEA PICTURE THE:ATRE ;.9. 15 a.m. , Fare: £1/2/6, including 3-course lunch at Woodend See Mt. Dlackwood ndl Trent.lhum Fails,in, ts.. Sping .oauty! S.- 'BOOKING ESSENTIAL RING: . PENINSULA BUS LINES, Frankston 466 - 588" .E.' JACOBS & LOWE, Mornington 2: SHO P A T SHAPCOTT'S ? DELICATESSE :: FOR COOKED MEATS AND DRESSED POULTRY 5 91..:B AY -.S TREET PHONE: FRANKSTON 367, FENCING SPECIALISTS 5' AND 6;...

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SURPRISE PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

A:delightful surprise party was tendered oni: Sattldhy, October 29' to Miss M1argaret 'cettleuvell, ji honor of hier 1th`hlirthday. : STlih par.yy:whicliliwas given by the iiiatly friends :f >the guest . of lionor,; andsupervlped by the lat ter's sister: Mis~i Dorothy K' ettle; well, was- held aMr. and Mrs:' Kettlei?ell'"° new'? i ?,~i residence: in. JanieP Stret.., , i The ev ing .went with a swing, and many popular .games "were Played. Mtusical.items were :coJ tributed biy M:0r-., Tow nrsend (viot liniist) and'thl Misses: Dorothy- and' Margaret -Kettlewell: 'A : little soft-shoe. dance-.by ,Miss .Valerie Lewis (pirisbane) was also appre elated. i A beautiful supper was served; and a' feature- was " the--birthday cake, on whihli the 18 candles were fit" bye the iguest of honor. : After supper, community .sing ing was enjoyed, 'and the party was 'brought "?to 4? -iconclusion. Ma-t midniight .with tther "singing :,; bof. I-Auld rLang. Syne.'

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WIND-UP BALL FINAL EFFORT BY HOSPITAL YOUNGER SET [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

W'INID-UP B AITLL FINAL EFFORT BY HOSPITAL YOUNGER SET As a final 'effort for the "Miss Australia" Quest, the Frankston :Co'mmunity Hospital Younger Set' is.liblding a wind-up ball- duringI the last'"week in 'November. The definite,date and tickets .will be •available next week. The next. fortnightly dance will be :held on Wednesday, November 23;' in, the, Soldiers' Hall: -. The Morris Players will provide' the" music. :The actual closing date for-the' "Miss Australia" Quest is Novemn ber 24. Any donations may .be made to Mr. G. 'Palnell,. 50 Pldayne St., and citizens are reminded 'of the fact that all money goes to the Frankston Hospital. " The Younger Set is pleased to announice the. very generous do nations of Mr. B. --Talbot.and Mr; r. Jones, each donatirig £25. Memibers aie . reminded . of the urgent general meeting .at·t the Mechanics' IThll on Tli~rsday, Novemxbr- 10, -ihenr all: books aind: others are to be handed in-= '. 1'

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FRANKSTON PLAZA Coming Hits. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

FRANKSTON PLAZA , Comiiing Hits. John. Mills ihas quite a reputla tiori idr scrieii fights, and he adds a cduple niiore to the list in Erie Ambler's production for Two Cit ies.."The October ,Man." ,Tlhis film is the. star feature at the Plaza, tonight, Friday and Sat urdagy, in; which. he co-stars with Toai Greenwood,' directed by Roy Baker. Neither of the fights are those,: all-roundrthe-room -, and ovei-tables'-nd -chairs, a f a ir s, whi~chi " though .exciting enough, often lack iealism. In "The Octo ber Man" the fights are sudden, shar? tussle , which are xvery con vinciri` int:?- ir ?br?vity. His op irnrit'nd eti st e fights is Jack Mel 'ford. "',.The: story concerns the murder of. a girl on .a London common. A. fiiine'sipp~orsting film to "The iOctober Mad" is'."Snowbound." Favoiurite players appearing in this niewy Sydney Box production for.- 'Gainsborough- are Robeit New~toii, Ddhni.s Price, Stanley H-olloway;, Herbeirt Lom, Marcel •Dalio -add Guy :Middleton. They hire joihe...

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IS TUBBA RUBBA RICH? LONG TUNNEL VETERAN CONFIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

IS:- TBBA RUBBA R IC H ? - ý E * l6iaG TUSE?TERAN .Old residents of the Peninsula continue to arrive at T"iTe Stand f?d" .office to voice their en uisiasmr tiid conrifidence regard ing thie fI.tiuri' gobld-wnning pros pec? -at Tublnb Rubba. , Tlii ? ývh?k, " he, Stiarndard" had a -isit .fr G[r.,. ?; J.. Wickes, if Rios? Sr?ith Avenuie, Frankston, who. was born at:Walhalla nearly .80 years.a?ao, ianid worked in the ffa~oiius. Long Tunnel mine at a youth.,l TTie Long Tiinnel mine still retains. today, the reputation of liavinig' beer the richest gold minerie'n, all Austalian mining history. Mr. Wickes:brought with liini, to "The Standard" office a bottli of eexcellent alluvial gold, spiecimens he-got at TiubbB Rubba. Mi.. Wickes said that he pros p'ected' at Tubba Rubba during his spaii'e time, abotit 25 years ago, in. the original creek works, and always got from 30 to 40 colors .ii every dislh of dirt he washed. He worked there last, about- 15 years ago, when the average yield waiS ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

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