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THE TURF FLEMINGTON SELECTIONS (By Espy) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 6 October 1939

THE TURF FLEMINGTON SELECTIONS (By Espy) 1.0-MARIBYRNONG TRIA~L (For Fillies.) First Division.' Merle ... .. ... . 1 Friendly ..... .. 2 Partoer . ..... . 3 1.40--MARIBYRNONG TRIAL- Second Division. Heart's Desire .... . ... 1 Du Barry ...... .. .. .. 2 Sdvaterie ...... .. .... 3 2.15-OCTOBER HURDLE- Coster Lad ... ........ 1 Heroic Chief .. ........ 2 Volant .. .. .. .. .. .. 3 2 50-MARIBYRNONG TRIALr- (For Colts and Qeldings) First Division Lucrative .... .......... 1 Manstar ........ .. 2 Portillo .. .... .. .. .. 3. 3.20--MARIBYRNONG TRIAL- Second Division. Warbird .... ... .... 1" Damocles .... .. 2 Mormon':. . ... .. 3 3.55--MANIFOLD STAKES Zonda .. ........... 1 Border Lass .... .. . ... 2 Suzaire .... ........ 3 1.30-MELBOURNE STAKES El Golea .......... .. 1 Manrico .......... .... 2 Hilton .... .. .. .. 3 .5-STAND HANDICAP Prince Sion .... ...... 1 Pibroch ...... .. .. .. 2 Beanistone .. .... .. .. 3

Publication Title: Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET FRANKSTON-GLENHUNTLY ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 6 October 1939

CRICKET FRANKSTON-GLENHUNTLY ASSOCIATION (By Mid-on) Cricketers at last have arrived at the day they have been waiting for the opening of season 1939-40. The I association have been successful in obtaining two new teams this year Beaumarls and Ormond Methodists. SBoth have entered in the C grade. A a trophy has been given by the secre tary of the association for the best kept score book for the season, so, clubs, look to your scorers. The V.J.C.U. have decided that the interstate junior carnival will take place this year at Melbourne. Players must be under 21 years. Inter-associa tion matches will also take place for players under 23 years. During the year the annual match against Bent leigh District will be -played. It will be noted that the arrangements made for big, cricket will not be disturbed by the present world affairs. In the local games, to start'tomor row, McKinnon and Mentone C grade game will be played on the McKinnon oval. The president of the association (Mr Les. Coat...

Publication Title: Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CENTRAL PENINSULA ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 6 October 1939

CENTRAL PENINSULA ASSOCIATION The annual meeting of the above association wa's held at Mornington on September 26. Twelve clubs were represented, and another was unable to send delegates. The election of ofllpe-bearers re sulted: President, Mr Les Hae'bich: vice-presidents. Messrs V. Kerr, L. McLaren and C. Allen; secretary and treasurer. Mr W. J. Steer: sub-com mittee, Messrs V. Kerr, J. Holmes. M. Vaughan, J. Docwra, C. Allen and H. Nicholls. Ten clubs were nominated for the A grade competition, and 12 for B grade. These nominations were ac cepted by the association, but two B grade teams are doubtful starters, and the number of teams competing will probably be 10 in each: grade Main Ridge club was admitted to the association, also Red Hill South, a branch of the former Red Hill club. Rosebud has entered for the rfirst time an additional team in B grade. An open adoption of any make of ball approved by the L.T.A.V. was made. Eight balls must be provided for A grade matches and six...

Publication Title: Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939

COMMUNITY HOSPITAL The meeting of the ladies' auxiliary )f the Frankston Community Hospi tal was held oil Wednesday. A large attendance greeted the president (Mrs J. L. Pratt), who extended a cordial greeting to three new mem bers. Apologies were received from L'esdames H. Oates, F. Wells, V. Mc Comb, Stone, Plowvman, Nicholas, Bell, Chapman and Miss Siggers. Cup eve, November 6, at the Wat tle Palais, will be the scene of 'an Interesting and attractive entertain ment. All will be Well catered for -juveniles' dancing from 8 to 10, and adults-1O: to midnight. Supper will be oiie of 'the best, and nothing is left to chande, "s all are assured of a good " evening's entertainnent.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUCHRE PARTY DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939

EUCHRE PARTY DANCE A new group of workers has been formed. in Mt. Eliza under the leader ship of Mrs Gavan Duffy, assisted by Mrs Bourke. A euchre party and dance has been arranged by these ladies for October 26 in Mt. Eliza Hall. A good orchestra has been arranged and tickets are priced at 1/ for ladies and 1/6 for gentlemen. This group will hold a meeting on October 24 at 2.30 p.m. in Mt. Eliza Hall for the distribution of materials and wool to be made into garments for the Red Cross. On Fridays the a depot will be open for Mt. Eliza re sidents to co-operate in sewing Red a Cross garments or for the purpose. of obtaining supplies to take away c and make up at home. An auxiliary t for handling work at the depot has T been formed and consists of Mrs. Douglas Galbraith, Mrs P. Bridge and Mrs R. C. Hannah, for distribut ing and packing supplies. Mrs 1. t T. Watt - has consented to take charge of the sewing circle at the r depot and will act as',adviser to any. one experiencing difficu...

Publication Title: Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRANKSTON RESIDENT FAREWELLED [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939

FRANKSTON RESIDENT FAREWELLED On W'ednesday, at the Mechanics' Hall, a send-off was tendered to Mrs Baker, of Nolan street, by members of the ladies' auxiliary of the Frank ston Community Hospital. The presi dent, in a well-worded speech, eulo gised the work Mrs Baker had al ways done unselfishly for the hospi tay. It would be indeed hard to find her equal. She hoped, however, that Mrs Baker would have the blessing of health and at some future occasion then would have her with them again. Several other members also spoke. Mrs Baker.wvas then presented with a beautiful brush, comb and hand mir ror, and a bouquet. Afternoon tea was served, and Mrs Baker respond ed by saying she loved the work and should the chance come she would 'be only too happy to assist at any time.

Publication Title: Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO BOTTLE DEALERS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939

TO BOTTLE DEALERS. The Manufalcturers' Bottle 'Co;-6f. \'ictoria Pty. Ltd. wishes attention1 dlirected to anI advertisemelitntthat lllpears in our adlvertilsing Columnlls, giving notice to bottle" dealers and others, that all bottles with the trade manrk and brond M.B. over C.V. in a spade moulded thereon are its sole - prolperty and when tlhe contents are 1 once used, thie bottles must forth with, on denland, be returned to the Company or its duly authorised agents. The remuneration received by agents, collectors, etc., is simp ly an allowacnce.for the collection and safe custody of the bottles.

Publication Title: Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LARGE BRIDGE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939

LARGE BRIDGE PARTY. ' For a large bridge and card party to be held on Friday, November 17, hMrs. Willie ns has kindly donated the use of the Fel nery for the after noon, and. it is expected that a good attendance will be present. The committee has planned many pleas ant' features for the afternoon and for those who do not play cards an enjoyable time is assured. The tic kets are priced at 3/, Which includes .afternoon tea. There will be n lucnky dip 'and other amusements.

Publication Title: Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Red Cross Activities Much Work Done By The Ladies [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939

4 I Cross Activities Much Work Done By The Ladies The Red Cross depot has been a hive of industry this week, and a good deal of work has been given out from the storeroom. The group leaders have 'beell in at tendance on their days, i.e., Monday, Mrs McComb (Frankston); Tuesday, Mrs least (Frankston)'; Wednesday, afternoon, Mrs Miles (Seaford), Mrs Robertson (Hastings), Mrs Devlin (Tyabb), and Mrs Binder (Somer ville); Thursday, Mrs Taylor (Frank ston) ; Friday, Mrs Purnell (Mt. Eliza). Mrs Keast, Mrs Taylor .and Mrs McComb report that they had an ex cellent meeting in the Mechanics' Hall last week. Several helpful sug gestions for raising funds were put forward. A telephone has been installed at the depot, and the iumber is Frankl ston 39S. The hoin. secretary (Mrs Ivan ' Pearse) will be at the •depot (over Moi'ri"s' st6reis)front 10- ai:;'-.to: noon daily, and will be pleased to give information to those interested. Mrs Binder, of Somerville, reports having had a satisfactory meeti...

Publication Title: Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRANKSTON L.S.C. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939

FRANKSTON L.S.C. The Frankston Life Saving Club has been asked to meet the foreshore committee at the next council meet ing regarding the condition of the clubhouse. -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GROUP MEETINGS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939

GROUP MEETI?NGS The Frankston Group of the Red Cross, under the organiser, Mrs. G. Keast, held a short meeting at the close of the inaugural meeting at the Mechanics' Hall on October 5. The following officers were elected: yice president, Mrs H. Oates; hon. secre tary, Mrs Watchorn. The remaining '%embers formed a general .commit tee. The first activity of. this group will be a card afternoon at the home of Mrs R. Sherlock, Quality street, on Thursday,. October 12, at. which a c.harge of -1/will 'be made. Mem bers and their . friends ,are :cordially invited. -Those 'interested, are asked to. meet :at the .Red Cross; i·ooms (above Morris' stolbe)i on . Tuesday,, 17th, at. 3- pm: to: report." progress and arrange. for further activities. co'ial wielcome.

Publication Title: Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAR SERVICE FUND [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939

WAR SERVICE FUND . A meeting of the Frankston branch of the War Service Fund was held at the Soldiers' Hall on Wednesday night. There was a large attendance of members, and the work to be done was outlined by the president (Mrs R. Dundon), who stated that advice had Ibeen given that the fund will be for providing comforts to all men who have enlisted for active service. This includes the new A.I.F., men of the Air Force, and the garrison bat talions of the A.I.F.' Reserve. The president announced a num'ber of donations. A euchre party to raise funds will be held at the Soldiers' Hall on Thursday, October 26. Valu able trophies for this night have been presented by Mrs P. Montague; Mrs T. Marshall and Mr P. J..Veale. A picture night will be held at the Plaza Theatre on a date yet to be fixed.. The committee has arranged to supply wool to members who can undertake knitting work, such as socks. All mnembers of the public can join this fund, 'and full information can be obtained 'from t...

Publication Title: Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PEARCEDALE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939

PEARCEDALE A tU a very enthusiastic meeting held in the Pearcedale Hall on Oc tobeer' 5, a Red Cross Auxiliary' was folrned, the following officers being eiej.ed: - President, Mrs Charles ColýT. Mrs Cope is. a former war nue? and is also a life member of theil ed Cross and the Returned So! .dieiN League. Vice-presidents: Mrs R?. I{astie and Mrs A. Hillas; secre tary, hiss Wisken; asst. secretary, Mrs E. A. Callanan; treasurer, Mrs. ..: A. Paterson; committee, Mes dames E. Robinson. W. Robinson, I. Barton, L. Turner, W. Turner, Car *soin- .T Reilly,' Talents:-- ----- - - At the meeting Mrs Barton and Mrs Callanan offered to have card parties in their homes to raise funds. Mr Hastie offered to loan his car at any time to assist in Red Cross work. All these offers were much appreciated. A number of ladies at the meeting gave donations to estab lish a fund. Thanks are due to the Pearcedale Welfare for the excellent afternoon tea that was provided. It was this society whose initiative wa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939

REVUE and Dancing Display, Miss Vesper's pupils, Mechanics' Hall, Frankston, Monday. Nov. 20. A wonder show.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MT. ELIZA GROUP. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939

MT. ELIZA GROUP. Mrs Frank Purnell, the district representative of the Mt. 'Eliza branch of the Red Cross, has ap pointed a social committee through which the junior and senior resi dents of the district will combine in terests to organise a sequence of so cial events to aid Red Cross funds: At a meeting held in the depot, above Morris' store, on Monday, the following office-bearers were elected -Vice-presidents, Mesdames B. Pym and A. J. Phillips. Mrs Angus Ur quhart has been appointed hon. dis trict secretary with Mirs J,. H. Wei gall assistant secretary and Miss Norme Collins and Miss Elspeth Hannah treasurers.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL PRESENTATION To Mr H. L. Polglase [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939

COUNCIL PRESENTATION To Mr H. L. Polglase There was a 'brief but pleasant in terlude following the meeting of the council on Friday night, when a pre sentation was made to the former assistant-secretary of the council (Mr H. L. Polglase). The president (Cr Heath), who presented to Mr Polglase .on behalf of the council and staff a handsome mantel clock, said that in saying good-bye to him the council was los ing a, good officer and a good fellow. Ratepayers and councillors had al ways received service and courtesy from Mr Polglase. He was going to a better position as shire secretary at Broadford, and he (Cr Heath) be lieved he would go far. The council believed they had as good a man as it uwas possible to get hold of in their own secretary (Mr Ham). His tui tion had 'fitted Mr Polglase for his work. He wished him every happi ness, good luck and prosperity. He proposed a toast, to the guest of honor which was honored with enthu siasm. In response, Mr Polglase said he had been most h...

Publication Title: Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRANKSTON SPRING SHOW ON OCTOBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939

FRANKSTON SPRING SHOW ON OCTOBER 19. The annual spring show of Frank ston Hortictiltural Society will be. held at Frankston Mechanics' Hall on- Thursday, October 19, from 2 p.m. to 9.30. Owing to the recent fine weather the ' committee hopes to have the support of all Peninsula' residents and many gorgeous exhibits. All who have 'nice blooms are asked to take parit and make this show the suc cess it. should "be.' During-the afternoon a Devonshire tea: will be served and flowers do nated by the exhibitors willlbe sold to, aid .the Frankston Community Hospital.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHOOTING ON SUNDAY YOUNG MAN FINED [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939

SHOOTING ON SUNDAY YOUNG MAN FINED t Frankston Court on Tuesday wrence Leslie Kerr, commercial yeller, of Plummer avenue, Frank n, was charged before Mr Jackson, with having carried -a firearm Sunday, September 17. In evidence, First Constable Hodg said that from .something. he rd hd went to Oliver's Hill, where saw defendant carrying a .22 cali e rifle. In answer to- his question, rr admitted shooting, but "thought would be all right out here." He ew that Sunday shooting was pro bited some years ago, but was not are that the regulation was still force. STIRAY BULLETS After defendant had given evidence Soath, in which he said he had no tention of breaking the. law, First onstable iHodgson was recalled, and ted that complaints had been . re iced of "stray bullets flying round." The P.M. fined Kerr £3, In default days' imrrisonment, and told him should have been more careful. /50 DANCE, Mechanics' Hall, Sat urday night. Competitions, novel ties, sipper. Admission 1/. *he Peninsula's l...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939

Wiklali tFrench P~olishing. Uphnlsterifl. TES CRAFTSMEN r. WILSON BROS.). i of 1ounK n11:1 deach stl ei is (0P1 reconIneldntlons From prominent Residents. ? COUNCIL - CONS. COURT FRANKSTON MOTOR GARAGE. Melbourne Road, FRANKSTON Phones 101. 97. Old established authorised General Motors Dealers. Chevrolet and Buick Cars. Our propositions on trade-ins are the best in Town. It will pay you to see O. J. OLSEN. 'STANDARD Presents. for 1939... THE FINEST CARS IN THE 8 h.p. FIELD FOR FLYING STANDARD QUALITY CARS-SEE K. BRETT, 24 PLAYNE STREET, FRANKSTON. Phone 77. ON WITH THE GAME!. Take Your place among your sporting friends ressed fn. the occasion. OUR SPORTS TROUSERS feature eve size and all the Poular colours, including neat cream. EADIE'S 587 Bay St., FRANKSTON. 'Phone 352. Whwn a. Property! Call, Write or Phone for Any Particulars Urgently Required, for Xmas-Houses and Flats THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26-Auction on the property, Ashleigh Ave., Frankston, W.B. Cottage of 4 rms., 250ft. 8in. sl...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PREMIERSHIP BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939

PREMIERSHIP 'BALL A night of. uneqdalled gaiety and fun is promised at the. Frankston Football Club's premiership ball to be held at the Wattle Palais on Thurs day, October 19. The entertainment. whhich will be patronised by clubs from every-se'ction of -the Mornington Peninsula, will include the presenta tion of trophies, the footballers' bal let, streamers, competition dances, and novelties. Jack Billingsley's Qor chestra will: play from 8 till 2. Ad mission will 'be 3/.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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