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PENINSULA—ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 9 December 1921

1'ENINSULA ASSOClATION ^. French Island visited rhyabbi, and were,- entertained by" the homeL team' to dinner andu tea in the Tyabb Hall: Ir.- P. Davon thanked, the Tyabb team for their kindness, andrIr. G. Slocomnbe responded on/behalf of the Tyabb team. The; game, :on the scores resulted in a win ior Tyabb, but 'the Islanders claim that Tynbb batted a man lno was not entitled to take his place at the wickets," not having done any fielding in the early part of the game. A protest has been forwarded to the Association. FRENCH ISLAND. Davon, b Baker .. · ...... 5 Thompson, b Mills .... .. . 12 Do la Haye, b Mils .. .. .. 1 Broderick, b O'Neill .. ..... 9 De la Haye, D., b O'Neill .. ..5 Bennetts, A., c Noble, b O'Neill 19 Ratford, J., a Baker, b Longmuir 22 McGuigan, R., c_ Noble, b Long muir .' .'... .. .. .0 Duscher, not out .. .. .. .. ;. 0 Edhouse, b O'Neill .. .... .. 1 Sundries ...... .. ...... 12 9 wickets for ...... . 86 Bowling.-Baker 1 for 19, Mills 2 for 13, O'Neill 4 for ...

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

: I MORNINGTON. Rankine, retired .. : 45 Major McPherson, retired .. . 143 Grover, not out .....: 0 Brushfield, R:. Crauig, b- M-Con Joh insen, :c.MeConville, b S:Peace 3 Birchi, st Neil, b S. .Peatce .. 0 NWoolhouse, runr:out.: . .. . 2 Cook c T. Pearce b S. Pearce 3 '::Sundrics:: ; . 2 5 wickets for .. .." 104 Bowling.-:Valei0 for 21, Neil 0 for 23; HIillmahn 0f or 209 lMcConville 1 oifor "2, S. :Pearce 3 for 9D. ': -?PEARCEDALE. :Vale,' b Freeman...: 11 Sheppardl, b. Brushfield :;. . 2 i; i'ho nha:ci McPherson, Brush - field' 1 Neil; c Freeman; b McPhoison ;. 30 McConmille, b !rch . .. : 7 T. Pearce-i b Cook ..:.: .. ; Hillmian,bli McPherson .. ..... 2 S. Pearce; b Johansen. ' N. Pearce, : not out. ..: :.... R. Craig; c Birch; 'b B?:ishfelol.i: 0 Fitzgera!d, run out. .. . Sundries .. .28 Total:.. . 86 TBc- !'in:,.-Bruslifield 3 for 10 Free man 1" ore 23; McPherson 2 for 15, Birch 1i for 0;, Johansdn 1 fort 2, Cook 1 for .7, rRankine'- 0' for' 3" i. 8?emningtonon by' 3 :wiekets no...

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NORTHERN PENINSULA LANGWARRIN. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 9 December 1921

NORTHERN PENINSULA LANGWARRIN. 11. Ridout, b Gault...... .... 0 . Young, c antd.b Gault .. .. H. Sincock, b Gault.. .... 0 R. Bowell, c Gregory, b Williams 1 Parker,: b Williams .. . 9 Pcters, b Hutchinson....... 2 Wilson; c Martin, b Hutchinson 2 W. Coin, c Millington, b Gregory 5 S. Adderley, not out ... .. 14 Capon, c Williams, b Gregory .. 0 Carter, b Hutchinson .. .. .. 1 Sundries .. Total .. .. ... 40 Bo1ling.-Gault 3 for 4, Williams 2 for 9, Hutchinson 3 for 9, Gregory .2 for 13. SOlIERVILLE. .Millinigton,. b H. Ridout .. .... Gregory, b Simcock .: .. .... 13 Williams; b Simcock ..... .. 17 Hutchinson, Ibw,. b Wilson . . 32 I. Unthank, b Dowell .. .. ... 33 N. Unthank, b H. Ridoue .. .. .41 .C. Thornell, not out .... .. 13 Vintch, c Wilson, b .Peters .. 'Ilyree; b Bowell. . .. Martin, o Capon, b Rowell .... 1 Sundries .... .. 3 T'otal .;9. . 212 Bowling.-H. Ridout 2. for 36, H. Snmceck 2-for 37, Bowell 3 for 37, Parker 0 for.11, Young 0 for 24, Wil .son.1 for.23,: Peterd 1 fo...

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The High School [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 9 December 1921

The High School Gratifying unanimity of feeling prc?ailed at the public nlccting held in thle Meclhanics' I-tall. Frankston, on Monday eveninig last. The busi ness was to discuss the proposed site for the District Highl School. Cr. Chas. Gray, J.P., who was voted to the chair, clearly and concisely ex plained the positio n, and .said that Mr. Hansen, of tlhe Education De partment. who had visited Fratnks ton last week, had declared strongly in favor of the land known as the old cricket reserve, being utilised for High School purposes. This view, explained the chaarman., had been unanimously endorsed by the Penain sula delegates, who had attended to mleet Mr. Hansen, anlp it now re mnained for the Frankston people to indicate tlhcir views in regard to tlhe matter. Pcrsontally lie, as a general rule, was opposed to reserves -or park lands being usced for plurploses other than the playground of the people, but in thisai case the cricket groaund would not . be interferred withl; tlhe sc...

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CAULFIELD AND MOORABBIN. MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 9 December 1921

CAULFIELD AND MOORABBIN. MIIENTONE. Hevwett, b Burton.. ... .. .. 11 W. Ward, c Kennedy, b Baxter 22 Blackwood, c Watkins, b Kemp .. 1 A. Cole, c B. Baxter, b Kemp .. 3 Cros, b Burton .... ... 1 Roberts,. c . Kemp, b Burton.;.. H. Cole, b' Burton .... .... ..0 Angas, b Earl..........;. 31 Tonini,. b I. Baxter ........ 2 Fitzslmmons, c and b R. Baxter 26 L. Ward, not out .. .. .. .. 12 Sundries .... .. ...... . .7 Total. ........... 122 Bowling.-Kemp 2 for 35, Burton 4 for 21, Earl 1 for 21, R. Baxter 3 for 26. B. Baxter 0 for 11. IFRANKSTON. B. Baxter, b Mewett .... .... 0 Earl. b'Blackwood..... ...... 0 R. Baxter, b Blackwood . .. .. 2 Patterson; b Blackwood .. ..... 7 Kennedy, lbw, b Mewett ...... 1 -Watkins, not out ... ..... 18 Box, not out... ........ 14 Sundries.. .. ....... 8 5' wickets for .. .. ' 2,

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

SOMERVILLEfl: .- \ --" Great preparations are being rmads by. the- members nf St. Andrew's Ladles Guild' for the Bazaar .being held in thel hall on Friday and .atur dey 9th &blOti ,inst Mrs Griiffth of Mornington has cotnseted to open the Bazaar on Friday ovening.. -There will: ba Christmas Tree on Saturday afternoon end -oevebirg; . also an occan rocker for the childreni. The proceeds are for the proposed new Parish Hall. The Somerville Froitgrowere associ ation meet on'Monday evening nsxt to elect office-bonrers in conno'tiod with the annual show. Sundryimprovements of abusiness isature are being made l:here.:: Mr Moore has had the :latest' model of oven built at his bakery, by a firm of experts,' while Mr Shaw, our local butcher, in order to more successfully, and conveniently cope with the sumtn mer trade, is- having a Refrigerating plant installed at his establishment. Both these -additions appear to be necessary and are- an indication of" the steady advancement of the ...

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Cricket Saturday's Matches [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 9 December 1921

Saturday's Matches Mentone v Frankston Somerville v Frankston Club Mornington v Moorooduc'e Langwarrin v Pearcedale French Island v Naval Base Hastings v Crib Point Bittern v Tyabb

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State Schools Picnic to Zoo [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 9 December 1921

State Schools Picnic to Zoc The Peninsula Schnol Committees Association Is to be congratalated on the splendid organization which marked the arrangements in connec tion with its first annual picnic to Royal Park on Friday last. The hon secretary, Mr L. J. Ward, of Franks ton, who had charge is deserving of special credit for the thoroughnese in which he carried out the mass of de tall work connected with the venture and although the attendance ran into nearly four figures, everything passing off without the slightest hitch. Two special tratns conveyed the exenrsioniets, the bookings at the varlous railway stations being as follows- Station, Children. Adult Crib Point - 28 7 Bittein 42 25 Hastings 100 48 Tyabb - 47 25 Somervllle 75 * 46 Baxter .. 23 12 Langwarrin 87 II Frankston 181 98 Seafof . 89 17 Carrum 70 22 The complete soocess of the outing was marred to a considerable extent by the weather, rain falling during the greater part of the-day. In the afternoon it fined up for a co...

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Some Caterpillars! [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 9 December 1921

Sonie Caterpillars The special train from. Red Hill, containing 500 passengers and the Ministerial party was stopped on Friday by thousands of caterpillars being on the rails at Tomkins Hill, close to Red Hill station. Sand was used, and the train proceeded on its Journey. The evening train had a similar experience with caterpillars on Friday night. :The; caterpillars have destroyed several thousands of tons of hay in the Merricks *nd Balnarring districts.

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The Week at Carrum [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 9 December 1921

lle Week at GlCarru A Special Harmlony Night was lie ilmn on tlhe syllabus of the Pro tress Association Ilast Saturday. light at .'Seacolibe" -Houser. Itr, :. Barker occiupied the chair. There were present 25.fi metubers, while .were present 25 mllellbers while busi mess was beilng transacted, anld at ihe colcert the numlliber amounted to sixty. The ileeting, which w:is disl iposed of ill record time, was as fol lows:s-A letter fronr Capt. Bruce, .[.H.R., stating that thile letter frutt the Progress had been received in referecee to the post office. and whncll details arrived' the mnatter ~ouildl receive his iutltcdiate atten. tion. Cr. Boyd gave-notic2 of :no tion, "Th''at he would mnove at the inext ttteeting that the night of the Progress be altered to the opposite Saturday nighlt.'! (Thle proposed al teraitio is so that delegates of the comlbined associationd could"at iend all the teetings). Cr. Stcvens reported the mIeetinlg at Chelsea of all the lire brigades of the borough wa...

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Crib Point Activities [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 9 December 1921

ICrib Poi0 t Activities With a view io piro'iding ample funds for the Christmas Treat of the children attending" C' b Point State School, a bazaar,, organised by the School Comnmittee was held in Club Hall last Thursday- afternoon and evening ;'The effort w' as' an un nualified success, and .£50 profit s:hould result. -,The hall :was -nicely arranged.and'at' four o'clock in the afternoon: Mrs:' Miller, vife of Cap tain Miller, of Flinders Naval De pot; a'ttended to perform :the open ing ,ceremony., Mr. J. ; F. Chalhners introduced ,Mrs. Miller 'to. the audi ence, and: remarked that':the inter est..of Captain and Mrs. Miller on behalf of .the cliildren '-had been made manifest on previous occasions. notably when the teachers and chil dren of the school were entertained at a picnic 'to 0H.M.A.S. "Australia." then lying out in Westerport. and atfterwards to an entertaintment in tlie drill lhall..Mrs. Miller said that it gave hler much pleasure to be pre sent,: anId she wished tile chil...

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Next Friday's Concert [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 9 December 1921

Next Friday's Conert The Scotch concert on IFrilay next should be one of the most popular yet given. hMiss Florrie GdF`?tmnd Miss M?innic Paton are recognised as the two leading lady exponents of Scotch song, and their services tre always secured by the Melbourne Caledonian Society for special func tions in the Town Hall or Audi torium. The one is a soprano, the othecr a contralto, and they will ap- . pear in duct as well as in solo work. Their numbers will all be Scotch; to true lovers of good music, as well as to all staunch Caledonians, the ap pearance of these gifted vocalists will. be a delight. Miss Leckie, daughter of the Royal Victorian Caledonian Society's secretary, will contribute Scotch dances. The instrumental part of the programme will be very attractive. including ntnbers by Mr. George Stephen, a brilliant young pianist, and Mr. Whittingham, a vio linist, who Is expected to make his. mark. With these, who are makiiig a first appearance in Frankston, there will be old ...

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The Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 9 December 1921

The Shire Council The monthly meeting of the coun cil of the Shire of Frankston and Hastings was held on Thursday, 1st December. Present: Cr. L.ongmuir (president), Crs. Murray, McLean, Mason, Oates, W\ells, Unthank, Jones. Alden, Arm strong, Latham, Howell. Gray and Walker. Correspondence. Country Roads Board wrote, stat ing it could not authorise additional work (505ft. Pt. Nepean Road de viation). near Nyora corner.-Re solved. on the motion of Crs. Gray and Walker, that the shire engineer. with Mr. Sambell, wait on the C.R.B. and further urge the importance of this work. Sambell and Condy,: forwarding order by Mr. Hicks,. of Dromana, for 5810.. yards of metal from -coun cil's quarry.-Rcferred to quarry coimimttee. Lands Deliatntment, revoking re servation of land (25t&'acres): north of Baxter's Flat.-Received. Federated Municipal Shire Council Employes' Union, log of wages;, in which carter (1. horse) :claims .£7. 10/- per week, and laborers £6/5/ -Received. <=...

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Sport and Anecdote SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE' [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 9 December 1921

SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE'" r'Pardon. my. unreasonableness iln. starting these.. notes with a little friendly argument Elsewhere in to-day's issue, Mr" W. E. Watkins replies to the statements' made by "Medicus" in a recent issue. Apparently, Mr Watkins felt so pleased with his literary effort, that he decid ed to try and kill two birds with the one stone ! After satisfying himself that he had quite destroyed "Medi cust" he dedicated the post script to 'Strathmore," who is deeply senrsible' of the hongr.. But, Mr Watkins says I. "give advice fre quently," and, as it is not quite true. I; in quite a friendly way, object to it. 'I know that Mr Watkins has a fairly sound knowledge of phra seology. I can assure him, then, that "Strathmore" has sufficient respect not to indulge in the ob jectionable practice of giving ad vice, in the sense in which he uses the word. Being a bit of a sport himself, will Mr.Watkins try to do the same ? Whilst not concerned over the virtues - of tempe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 9 December 1921

:?LFrankston Directoryf BAY STREET' BA.KERY irFol the BEST BREAD CAKpl S 44id P&STRY you should try ~ . F. M. H.erbe'rt Bakers and Confectioners. W. J. Withington " ', ( 20 years as General Hand with ' i L. Foster & Son, Melbourne) - Informs the public of Frankston and district that he has commenced buskness .as...... . S • .?.. .. . SADDLERa First-class Workmanship, Guaranteed at Melbournse. Prices.: .Note the address--Next to Brown & Muir's, the blacksmiths Playne Street -..:.,. , Fraiston W HI. PIKE . LATE A.F . b Baker and Pastry Cook Wells Street -FRANKSTONI - '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. Cows milked under strict personal E?perVision: Milk treated by latest scientifll appliance;s render * ing contamination impossible. Agent for Clutterbuck's Blackstone Oil Engtnes,,Clitff& Bunting's Challcutt:rs and Grain Crushe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 9 December 1921

Frankston- Advertisements Established 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Iron mongers Playne Street, Fraukston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash FRANKSTONWS UP-TO-DATE DEPOT FOR Fruil & VY galables .. opposite Railway Station ....... Fresh Supplies Always on Hand. Choicest Varieties ......... Summer Drinks and Best Brands of Cordials ....... IECivility an 1 Pronipt Attention WP PROPRIETOR--- MADE FROM THE PUREST OF SPRING WATERS BEST $OfT iTIWK$ I fqr Private Houses - .A DDICOTT'S are prepared to deliver to all Private Houses the following drinks in any quantity-Kola Champagne, Lime Juice and Soda, Orange Champagne, Lemon Squash, Ginger Beer, Ice Cream Soda, Lemonade, Qinger Ale, Soda Waters and all kinds of Cordials, All goods delivered to your door. Hihuest Prices for All Kinds of Bottles Flr MVK JDDI COTT Cordial Factory, Hastings Road, Frankston. 'Cheapest, and Best. Commonwealtba a o ustrtali HBAD OFFICE SYDNEY. OPEN FO...

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Ragged Boys Home NEW BUILDING AT FRANKSON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 9 December 1921

I(agged Boys Hon0e NEW BUILDING AT PRANK SON. The annual demonstration of the Melbourne Ragged Boy'" Home and of the mission and seaside home at Frankston.' was given before a large audience at the Town Hall on Fri day night. An excellent programme was given. Items were contributed by the girls of the Mission Club and the boys, and by professional art ists. Mrs. W. Minton, wife of the hon. secretary and superintendent, received a gold medal from her Melbourne and Ballarat friends in recognition of the valuable services she has rendered to the institutions at Melbourne and Frankston. In the superintendent's report it was stated that during the year the appeal for funds by Messrs. L. Ran derson and J. B. Jolly had been so successful that the building debt (£2300) was now liquidated. :During the interval the vice-presi dent (Mr. C. Davidson) showed on the screen a sketch of the new home it is proposed to erect, in. Frank: ston, at a cost of £2000. Dr. David son expressed the hope that ...

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The Tomato Wilt A Reply to Mr A L. Earl To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 9 December 1921

Tile Tomato Wilt A Reply to Mr A L. Earl To the Editor. This last four or five years here, there has been a disease in the to mato. Some think it. is :caused. by gas used in the war, others say' it is degenerated seed. The war has nothing to do with the disease. The tomato wilt broke out in or about 1908 in America. It was first discovered in a hot-house, and spread from there to the fields. In 1912 1 was in Broken Hill. New South Wales. It was reported in the local paper that the. American tomato disease had arrived in Queensland, and should it work south, it would be the death of the tomato. Someone here wrote to the "Age" and stated that the disease was caused by the gas used in the war. Then "Age" quoted 1908-the start of. the ,disease-six years be fore the war startedTo-day I have clumps of tomatoes. i The seed was .planted on the 15th of September. Some of these" chiinps contain 12 to 15 tomato plants, and one or,,tsvo .plnts" ip- Jtany' rtrnlpu have turned mottled or diseased...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 9 December 1921

CARRUM DIRECTORY Seacombe House Opposite Sation CARRUM Beach Frontage Phone I Carrum 1Cv Phone 1'Csrrum Under Newer Management S ~,rs A.; Samuels (late of BssMndon), Proprietress. Vacancies for S oa'rd?is. Reas6nable Winter and Summer Tariff. Meals at all Hours. Afternoon Tea. Cakes, etc. BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, Good Accommodation. A Home away from Home Confectionary, Soft Drinks, Soda Fountain, Tobacco Cigarettes, Cigars, &c.. ....... 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 CARRUM ?All' Goods at City Prices We We Have Up-to-Date Cool Chambers "MI I M IA" Under New Management' Wine Saloon . N. D aRc ENTAS, PROPRIETOR Pt Nepean Road -- Carrum Special Accommodation for Visitors. .... Meals a Speciality ........... When You are Passing, Drop In ......... BEST B UR G G...

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A Scottish Gathering A.N.A. DAY To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 9 December 1921

A Scottish Gathering A.N.A. DAY To the Editor 'Sir,-I am anxious to call attention to te' gala wvhicli the'Frankston Cale donian Society is organising for A.N.A. Day ol Jannary 30th. The Port. and Soueth illbourne Women's Pipers' Band .will be present; tllhere will' be- Scotch dancing competitions for lassies and lad dies, and there will be a 'great variety of imprompltu sportsl forthe ybung folk, the old folk,-thtif,ladies-in.short, for all buti the professional pedestrians, who are catered for on January.lst.' .What. want to touiclh on;?tiow is the effort we are making to encourage 'community singing. A pennant will be presented to the groupii'(of from'?l0 to-1S childredn), giving the best rendering of the National Anthemn iind of two'songs, the words of'whidlv will 'appear-in. ybur. issue of the 10tlO inst. . A gold medal : (suitably inscribed) will be giveni to the teacher of the wvining group. Thie only condi lions 'arc that children mtlist be under 15 years of age, and must: r...

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