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

JENKINS' . ¢ a,:Rdio Service 5i90 BAY STREET, .-:3 DOORS PIER HOTEL. Phone Frankston 745. It's the choice of Discriminating Ho CRANLEIGH LLOY Sugar Cured ga Sausages, Boneless Pork Loaf (shbulder Insist on LLOYD PRODUCTS from your grocer or its RE?~lneDi RE-COVERED, RE-WEBBED,' RE.S Inner Spring Mattresses SNo; Distance is too Far,. Let us Quotey Phone. ?,t AJAX UPHOLSTERY PTY ' 329 Glenhuntly Rd., Caulfield; near K LF 4072.' FOR MEAT OF EXCEPTIONAL QUAL A. MARKS ?: : (Previously LAWS) iQUALITY BUTCHERI. '-'585 BAY,'STREET Phone: YOU WANT TO SELL SM0ET ADVRTISE IT IN OVER 3000 HOM USE THE ADVERTISING COLUtINSO Si:;:" 'THE STANDARD" SFRANKSTON - SEAFORD SIE SUPPLY S-: : .:: iA LOCAL INDUSTRY , (Albert Byrne & Son) W . FRAF 1U1..OVERTON ROAD - 21 P :hone: F'ston 261 : At.:lankstol Entrance to lile Beach1 U .J ~. "·1:.' . fl . U., ~ ufU.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

PAGE, 16.-THE STANDARD; hutrsda .,jdi"'4i er 10, 1919 ' ` Thursday, 24th Nov. AT 3 P.M. of Scoft's Hotel, 444 Collins St., Melbourne "HINCKLEY LODGE" OLIVER'S HILL, . NEPEAN HIGHWAY, FRANKSTON Comprising 2 ACRES OF LAND, 100ft. Frontage to Nepean Highway, and depth of approximately 870ft. to the Beach Set in Beautiful 'ferraced Lawns :anid Gardens .is the 2 Storey Dwelling,_ constructed dof 10in. Weatherboards, with. T.C. Tile ..Roof; containing Reception Hall, Din:' Room,` Lounge, Sitting :Room; -Bedroom, Kitchen, Titled- Bathroom, Shower Room, Toilet, Boiler Room, Robes and 'Prsesses, on the - GROUND FLOOR, and. 2 Bedrqoms, Billiard Room,:"'. Bedroom, Kitchen, Tiled Bathroom, Shower Roomi FLOOR, and Workshop, Toilet andS Storage _in. BASEMENT, Also The Separate Staff.QuCiartei? f& , Three Rooms, Bathroom and Toilet; also .:The' Cottage of Three Roomiis, " Bathroom. anid :-T'Toiloe The Magnificetice of the Panoramic Viei " from the 'Property :are Indescribable. Situated`-on...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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LANGWARRIN'S BRIGHT DANCE AT BAXTER. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

- .I).D NCE AT BA.XTER. A A.iniderella Dance will be.held .tdoiorr'b\" (Fliday, Nov... 11) at ;Baxter Public Hall for the 'pur pose ot giving the forthcoming Gmlkhania a' "push off.' 'Wicks' i.'.rchestra has been specially' en ý'gaged;- there' is an ideal floor; and ,supiiel. will be provided by the district ladies.. Novelties will be I{troduced Into a varied pro gramiide. • s + ·+: =" Should there be sufficient. num lbers desirous of transport from lFrankston, it approached .in time Woad's -Bus Service (Frankston) i:will run a special bus to .and from the hall :(minimum of 30 passen lgers,"umust' be,; guaranteed). Further details are advertised in the Amusement columns of this issue.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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NEWS AND VIEWS FROM FLINDERS CANDIDATES RYAN FOR FLINDERS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

NEWS AND VIEWS FROM FLINDERS CANDIDATES 4cc~ jc c RYAN FOR FLINDERS Under no circumstances can we allow the issue on December 10 to be clouded. The issue is: True Democracy, as advocated by the Liberal and Country Party, or SOCIALISM, as advocated by the Labor Party. This socialism is not the wat ered dowvn, pale" irmitation of "limited objective socialism," which harassed Labor leaders are coyly offering as a kind of pre electioni eyewash, but 'militant, tiniashamed SOCIALISM which is the ' acknowledged ideal and di'eam 'of -the Australian - Labour Party. Unless there is a totally un expected and radical change of heart by .the Labor Party,' the 1949 elections will decide, ver bally, for good, and all, whether the organisgtion of the Australian economy is to based primarily on the socialist conception of'Gov eminent ownership and direction of ecodiomic resources, or inl the initiative and decision of the in dividual in his private capacity. ,-There can be no doubt that if the Labor...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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NEW MEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

NEW MEMBERS Yoland Follett,.Braeside; Judith VMay, Seaford; Ruth. Silverlock, Mentone.

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LABOR ABIDES BY THE PEOPLE'S VOTE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

LABOR ABIDES BY THE PEOPLE'S VOTE The .first shots have been fired "n the. electoral campaign.. Mr. Menzies says, that banking is the main issue of, the. election; DW. Evatt 'says that full employment is the main issue of the election. This 'is .instructive, for the Lib eral leader, appeals to a bogey in the hope. that -people' 'will' vote for him for fear of what' will hap pen if they don't. Lab'or wants your support so that it can contin ue the policies you have already tried. Why the bogey isn't real. . No Liberal leader, in his. wild est moments, has ever said that Labor will def.y the Constitition. iAll -Labor supporters ' lhav" been disappointed by recent High' Court decisions; but the, adverse .deci sions have been accepted with a. good grace. ' : Because Labor 'is sincere in' its determination .to do the-' best it can for the people, -its, efforts to implement its platform -will -be continued. But it ' will be - con tinued in the'spirit and within the limits of the Constit'u...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOLUTION TO THE CODE COMPETITION Across: [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

SOLUTION TO TI?E CODE COMPETITION Across: 1. Columbus. ' 5. Owner. 6. Art. 8. Towns. 9. Chin. 10. He. H-,

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

To conform with the - requirements of the. Elec- * toral Act, Edward Joseph ? 4 Trait, of 46 Milan street, a l Mentone, accepts full re- ! a sponsibility for any un- s Ssidled news items in ,- connection with the elec- • ' tion which appeiar jn Sthis issue. Fi ". ', 1r~$c. Cr rI )l

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

Lynette IIcAusain, of 7 Spring Street, Frankston, owns "Tiger (pictured here.)

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

Dowvn 1. Cook. 2. Lcndon. -3. Merino. 4. U.S.A.. 7.· Raleigh. 9. Cat.

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

WANTED KNOWN : BAZAAII, 10th November, Scout Hall, Frankston, aid of funds of 1st Frankston- Scout Group "funds. Stalls, novelties, fun. :. 'BRICKLAYER, all classes of . ,work. Ring Hastings 18. See Lidsey. FIRY'S Dance; Band for all rune-; tlons. 3-5 players. Modern, Old Time. Weddings and Dances. Chelt. 523. HAVE your roof tiled or repaired "by M. Johnson, Hastings Rd.; Frankston. Repairs promptly attended to. - - THI' lcst and Largest Ruange - of Boxed Stationery at lower than City prices. Any box sold plain,l or printed with address, etc., at S7/6. extra per box. Special prices for large quantities. In spect at "The Standard," 41 Playne St.. Frankston. 'Ol3 lUN'S Inter-CI'hurch Group \World Community Day of Przayer. Methodist Church, Fri day. 1 lth, 3 p.m. Speaker: 'lMrs. Cyril Chambers. Soloist: Mrs. Fowler. HILLCRAFT CHRISTMAS GIFTS O UTSTA.NDING VALUE! tMust be seen to be appreciated. LAY-BY NOW FOR XMAS. Inspection Gladly-Invited. Sole Frankston Agent: N. MORRIS .- 57 WELLS ...

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THE CHURCH TODAY AND TO[?] Religious Liberty Under Fire [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

T -.HE CHURCH TODAY TmS Religious Liberty Under Fire i i"Proscription has no part nor lot in the modern goveru o the world. The stake, the gibbet, and the rack, I hurment o swords, and pillory, have no place among the aunmbscrews Scivilization. Nature is diversified; so are lnu cmah fhinery of liefs, and practices. Essential freedom is the righties, be. 'and that right must be sacredly respected."-John Cldier path, "History of the World." Clark Rid This right to differ was chal is lenged in the Victorian Legisla. c. tive Assembly in the last week ol September by the introduction ol a bill seeking: to amend the Police Offences Act. 'The bill pro posed to prohibit either speaking or writing on any religious topic in a way that might be claimed to be "abhorrent" to- a person of another denomination or opinion. Possession of any such literature would render a person liable to a heavy fine or iminpisonnient. The, writer or speaker- would be assumed to 'be guilty unless he could prove his...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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The Standard Home Magazine RADIO REVIEW [?]s Vicious Attack Broadcasting [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

Igwma s licious Attack adcasting rs must have been interested in the . the standard of broadcast programmes ne of our local thespians in an interview ' We The. People" on Saturday night of dcast got past thie tation responsible oe of the type of plained of must speak on behalf artists, singers, producers," R[ch sed the radio p'o bg ogged down in organised medioc tor's attack was h such expressions g," "poor acting," characters . which have been con spoke as a cham ss of listeners, a might ripple the adeasting complac urne, but will it For if it fails to rray, Davies might have growled 'into an 'out-of-the-way Nullabor Plain..:. .ret that most of subsstandard dra llles and "Lsoup from Sydvey. The started by 'George the early days of y of his competi sunk much lower. nd D)ave." rne story is similar. rs Hector Crawford out some high-class rammes, while thle' e studios have given f good dramatic fea mpetitlon with Syd as has forced down e standards. and writers have burn out what their ...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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FLIES, MOSQU[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

FLIES, lpS(}l Cheethlam Bros. hI of relieving your ho Moths, 'Sllverish, Fleas, etc. . A highopowered vice Is used to exte pests. It is also of sgt butchers, dairymen, pliers, hotels, cafes, ers, and many other A guaranteed form is used, and the high quality spray kill all vae and eggs, and premises pest-proof. Owing to Increasel service spraylng, Ch« have' alpointed Prat Young Street, Franl 22), as-sole Peninaul "pratts invile .yo thell faor further part cernlng this valuable rSee that an' PP made to spray your l tle. sumip!er begins.

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A. H. Secret Now Out [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

SA. IH.Sr6ecret :Now Out With Dick Fair flat on his back in an Adelaide hospi Stal,. t?iad Harry Harper cavorting before the "Amn Steour 'Houi" microphone, listeners have crashed the S.radio secret that Dick al a ways has been the key-piece 0 in the "Amateur Hour" jig * saw puzzle. Dick's , bally I hoo, sometimes annoying, * ? but :always entertaining. * ? makes the "Hour." I'll ! ? wager the A.H. sponsors U ? hold a hefty insurance ? policy on the life of Mtrs. Fair's sixteen-stone son, U Richard. * Ui

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

ORMOND AUTO AUCTIONS EVERY SATURDAY, 2 pn.m. '53 Moylan St., East Bentleigh. PLEASE BOOK CARS IN EARLY FOR AUCTION. NO : SALE - NO CHARGE Cars Accepted to Time of Auction. Cars Brought,, Sold, Exchanged at - all Times. ANY <,CARS, UTILITIES, ETC., .AN BE BOUGHT ON TERMS. BALANCE IN 18 MONTHS. All .Enquiries: at the above Ad ires ., or PHONE UL 8373 iNSPECTION INVITED SUNDAY ROLL TICKETS Printed with Prices Front id; to 10/-. Also "Refreshments." "Compill Smentary' ,"Admit One," etc. :-''1000 Tickets in Roll. . Obtainable at "ST'ANDARDy " OFFICE, .Pli?tne.Street, Frankston.

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Copyright. All rights reserved. SCOUTS' WELCOME HOME [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

Copyright. All rights: reserved. SCOUTS' WELCOME HOME Rover Scouts, Ken Cameron and Dick Allchin, will be welcoined home from the ,Norway Moot,, at Frankston Memorial Hall, on Fri day,'Npvember 18. The function has been arranged b, 1lst Franks tori Rover Scouts.. " ,

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH NEWS SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST £320 Raised for Hospitals. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

CHURCH NEWS ' D '1AP ADVENTIST JT e . collecting - tea " SIP.t"C tsitd Frankston and Chel-l vict s other baiyside centres on hea 16, and Fern. Tree Guy. october: 23 raised a. total of i ar the Lord Mayor's Hos i? ie l fhernd riends, of the falemoesSeventh-day Adventist uraks0"tonontibuted £12/5/11 to Che mine Relief.. collection, teich aos lifted on October 29. - tel Hostile to. Religion SAo nmber of Soviet newspapers have recently affirmed the' un alterable COi'nunist' 'hostility to rligi.On e s adper says that the Paraga 11i foirms of .religious 'ediice " Concerning Komosol 'he Cso'nurniiSt Youth Organisa the Pravda says: "Komosol In't unphold the doctrine' of the progeSs of Science, 'to which all relgions stand in direct contra diction- ("Signs of the Times.") fie Bible in Ulisaghi The "Muliama," which berthed at Sydney on October 21, brought three Seventh- Day Adventist Solomon Islanders to assist Pas tor A. R. Barrett, as he proceeds !with the translation of the Old Testament (...

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METHODIST MENS' SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

METHODISTR ENS' SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY The Frankston Men's Society held its anniversaryj last Sunday. Over 100 persons sat down to tea at 5 o'clock,- after which the Prerton Tramway's Male Choir gave a splendid choral'programme which was "milch 'appreciated by all: present. At the service which followed -at 7.30 p.m., the male choir again rendered anthems and a quart lette, under- the able direction of Mr. Penrose. - . The- preacher was Mr. Allan Sandow, - Lay' Presidient of the Men's Society -of Victoria. The iVien's :Society aso. took part ini the' service by. singing a glee and taking -readings, etc Theoservice, which was attended by about' 200 persons, was con ducted, by Rev. J. T. Fireeman.

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RIGHTEOUSNESS AND PEACE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

RIGHTEOUSNESS .:AND PEACE . At the Tyabb Methodist. Church Iast Sunday morning, the Rev. J. T. Freeman preached an Armis tice sermon, .taking for his :text Hebrews 7 verses 1, 2-Melchize dech--,.King of righteousness -' .- also, king of peace,'" saying: . The author of the epistle to .the Hebrews knew the story . of SAbram's victory over the con federated kings and 'of his' return from the 'slaughter of Bhedorla omer, and of" the kings that, were with him and of the-way' he was met by Melchizedech, king of Sal em, who brought him bread and wine, for he was a priest, of: the.! •nozt high God. And he blessed him and said, "Blessed be Abram' of the most high. God, possessor of heaven and earth." This revelation prodiuced a .re markable impression one Abrami and he gave Melchizedech to these of all the spoil of the battle. . There was, much mystery. con cerning this king, but he is regard-.. ed as a type of the priesthood of Christ, and as he' is-king, of right- 'eousness so is Christ, ...

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