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DISOBEYED WITNESS SUMMONS MAN FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
DISOBEYED WITNESS SUMMONS -0 MAN FINED. At the Frankston Court on Friday, on the return of a fraud summons taken out by Miss, C. Fletcher, fruit ever of Playne street, Frankston, against Captain Dougald McCormick of Gould street, Frankston, for alleg edly having failed to comply with an order of the Frankston' court made in her favor against him on August 22 for £6/3/7 with £1/2/6 costs. . Defendant failed to appear and was fined £1 for disobedience to the witness summons served on him. The case was adjourned to October 13. Margaretta Yvonne Peters , of Frankston, obtfained an order against Captain McCormick for £8/12/ with 15/6 costs for wages alleged to be owing by him to her for services as a domestic. ORDER AGAINST BUILDER. Leslie Hart, builder, of Meibourne road, Frankston, was called on to show why a warrant of commitment should not be issued against him or failure to comply with an order of the Frankston court made against him in favor of J. Cameron and Co. on June 27, under ...
PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
PRESENTATION. At the meeting of the Methodist Ladies' Guild last week a copy of the new Methodist hymn 'and tune bool? was given to Mrs Sara, who was leav ing the district. Mrs A. E. Denham; president of the guild, in making the .presentation voiced the feelings of the mnembers in saying how much Mrs Sara's help in the work of the guild-1 had been appreciated. Other memnu bers also expressed their regret at her departure and that of her daugh ters, who will be very much missed from the Sunday school. Mrs Sara, in responding, said that she had been happy in Tyab'b and at the church, and hoped to visit both from time to time Iii the future.
C.W.A. ACTIVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
.W.A. ACTIVITIES. RIcpresentatives of Peninsula bran ches 'and Miordialloc branch atten ded the seventh birthday meeting of the 13alhnirring branch on Wednes day last, at which 130 country women were present. Mrs Grice, group pre sident. gave an laddress on the Red Cross. Daffodils and maiden hair fern decorated the afternoon tea tables;; these. were afterwards sold and takings will be devoted to the funds of the lied Cross. togethei, with proceeds from the manrket stall conducted at the meeting. Songs and competitions were indulged in after the business side of the meet ing was dealt with.
GOLF GYMKHANA. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
GOLF GYMKHANA. On Saturday, October 28, a golf gymkhana will be conducted on the municipal links to raise funds for the projected Frankston Community Hospital. .There will be scratch and handicap events as well as long driving and p tting competitions. An 18 holes handicap and other events are being held for associates The local links should be in splendid condition by that date, and it is hoped that Frankston golfers will all take part, and help support this appeal. Play will commence at 8 a.m. but competitors may play their round either in the morning or the after noon. All those who can arrange to do so are requested, to play in' the morning, as it is expected that a big crowd will be competing in the afternoon. Excellent trophies are beig, given for each event. 41! particulars and entry forms may rbe .procurred at the club house or-fi iom the secretary, Mr D. Wil-. liams,.;60 --High: street, Frankstoin, fitti " whom entries close on Monday, October 23.
FRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
FRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN A very generous reslionse has been made to the appeal' for funds to meet the winter defliciency. The fund will remain open for a few days on ac count of the inclement weather last Sunlday with its inevitable effect on church attendances. The Australian tea at the Manse next Thursday for the worfP'stall will it is hoped, attract a large company of friends interested in the Novem ber fair. There will be out-of-door competitions and amusements. After noon tea will be provided free of charge. A special choir is being formed to night (Friday) to lead the praise for the special services when the new organ is installed. Arrangements are in hand for the Sunday school anniversary on Novem ber 5. On Sunday the services at Frank ston at 11 a.m., Baxter 3 p.m., and Somerville 7.15 p.m. will 'be taken by the Rev. F. Butchers. AMr P. Dickson will conduct the Frankston evening service.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
COM i MENTS -. EDITO IAL PAGE - FLEA T U FR THE STANDARD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1939 ______ _____ I _________________ _________________ PLAZA THEATRE FRANKSTON Phone Frankston 407. Friday and Saturday, October 13 'and 14 Ray Milland and Olympe Bradna in a bright and breezy romantic comedy Say It In French It's Frisky! Frothy and Funny!! AMBUSH A dramatic tale of a bank robbery Featuring Gladys Swarthout and Lloyd Nolan (Both llmls not suitable Lor, General JExhibition) - Tears of An Onion, A Colored Cartoon, A Color Scenic and a Novelty Item. Tuesday and Wednesday, October 17 and '18 Gay with song, laughter and music Music for Madame Starring Nino Martini, Joan Fontaine and Alan Hale Another-of the popular Hopalong Cassidy series Pride of the West Featuring William Boyd, George Hayes and Russell Hayden Both films suitable for General Exhibition. A Short Feature, Small Town Idol, with Ben Turpin and Marie Presout. Also an Australian Gazette Friday and Saturday, October 21 and 22 One of...
LANGWARRIR LETTER FROM RAILWAYS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
LANG WAi di LETTER FROM RAILWAYS When the Langwarrin railway sta tion was closed about three weeks ago, Cr. J. Lamperd was requested by local residents to interview, Mr. .Kirton, M.L.A. and ask him to as certain from the department' 'the reason for- this action. The reply re 'ceived" by Mr. Kirton from the sec retary is as follows:-. September 22, 1939. A. J. Kirton, Esq., M.L.A.. Dear Mr. Kriton,--Adverting to your representations - on behalf of the residents of the Langwarrin dis trict, concerning the .proposal of the Department to withdraw the care taker from- Langwarrin I would, ad vise that -the' traffic handled- at Lang warrin is very slight' and it is con sidered that the station could be satisfactorily -worked - under no-one in-charge conditionq. Arranxgements were made- for the traffic' inspectors to visit Langwarrin and explain? par ticulars of the altered condlitions to. the residents in order that they ivill? know Just how to act'and thus avoid inconvenience. The staff' ...
MARKET REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
MARKET REPORTS Frankston Market (Geo. G. Aus tin), reports another successful sale )n Wednesday last. W.L. chicks 1/2 air, W.L. hens 3/ to 5/1 pair, W.L. 0ockerels (about month old) 1/5 to L/8 pair, W.L." roosters' 3/6 pair, 1.I.R. cockerels 5/ to 7/3 pair, R.I.R. lens 5/11 pair, cross hens 4/5 pair. ^ruit and vegetables etc., sold well.
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH FAIR [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH FAIR The Wattle Palais was attractive ly decorated as a rural setting for the annual Church of England Fair on Friday. Mrs J. O. Watt officially opened the occasion with a few, well'chosen words. She stressed the importance of the church as the one stable in fluence in the world during the pre sent period of unrest, and paid a tribute to the industry of the people of the church who had made the fair possible.' Although the weather was unplea .sant,; busine's' vas', brisk and con genial. .... 'Thanks are extended to all help ers and it is hoped after all articles have been disposed of "td dlear`£160.
R.S.S.I.L.A. OLD-TIME DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
R.S.S.I.L.A. OLD-TIME DANCE There was a record number of dancers at the popular old-time dance at the Soldiers' Hall on Saturday: night; The winners of the Monte Carlo were Miss D. Hinds and Mr E. Pritchard. .This week a gala night will be held, and an exceptionally good programme, including novelty dances and the Moonlight waltz, has been ai'ranged. FOR all your garden accessories, see wide range at Central Timber Yards, Playne st., Frankston.
Councillors' Headaches Over Public Conveniences [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
Councillors' Headaches Over Public Conveniences.. Visitors to Frankston regard the absence of public. conveniences as a disgrace, said Cr Montague at the council meeting last Friday; He knew' the matter was being considered by Frankston councillors, but he stressed that the work should be put In hand as soon as pos. sible. BUREAU SCHEME Cr Montague suggested that an in formation bureau for Frankston and district should 'be built centrally in the town to incorporate conveniences. Conveniences were also necessary in WVells street, Bay street and Young street, he said. Referring to Cr Montague's sugges tions, Cr Oates said the Frankston councillors had discussed the subject very fully. There have been objec tions 'by ratepayers to all proposed sites for conveniences in the town. The subject had given them many headaches. Crl Heath: It has given other people aches, too. They had chosen a site behind the Soldiers' Memorial, continued Cr Oates, but the Country Roads Board had intervened a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
PROFESSIONAL Phone 23 Frankston. Box 2 ran W. J. McLEAN SWORN VALUER. REAL. ESTATE AND BUSINESS AGENT. 588 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON " Houe., Land ?'nd Insurance Agent. Furnished snd Unfurnished Rents Collected Auctions Arranged Houses To Let L,. R N. UTBER SOLICITOR - FRANKSTON Attends' daily at office, Young street, opp. Railway Station) and every evening at private residence. Mornington Road (near "Fernery,") Melbourne Office: .H. W. HUNT & UTBER 281 Collins Street, Melbourne Telephone: Central 2452. Trust Moneys to Lend on Mortgage. ROSTRON, ROY & PITT BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS commissioner for Taking Affidavits. ATTENDANCES: DROMANA: First Saturday in month 12 to 3 p;m. SOMERVILLE and HASTINGS: Sec ond Saturday in month. 11 to 1 p.m. FRANKPSTON OFFICE: Every Satur day 3.15 to 8.30 p.m. 'i'rust Money to Lend. Melbourne Office: 440 Little Collins Street. t'elephones: Central No. 9374. Pri vate Riesidence: Windsor No. 1938. E. W. OLLEY SOLICITOR, ETC. 440 LT. COLLINS S...
FRANKSTON PROPERTY FOR SALE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
FRAN K.STON PROPERTY FOR SALE ..On Thursday, October 26 at 2 p.m., a 4-roomed W.I3. dwelling in Ashleigh avenue, Frankston, will be auctioned by Mr G. G. Austin. After the property is offered the furniture of this dwelling which overlooks the bay, will be sold in lots, by auc tion. 50/50 DANCE, Mechanics' Hall, Sat urday night. Competitions, novel ties, supper. Admission 1/.
PLAZA THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13 AND 14 [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
PLAZA THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13 AND 14 The star. attraction fol' Friday and Saturday will be a. bright and spark ling comedy romance, Say It In French, starring. Ray Milland. and Olympi. Bradna.-. This is a story of complications that arise when a young American society lad returns froin abroad with a French bride, only to learn that he must keep his marriage a secret and announce his engagement to a New York heiress in order to prevent his father's ship ping business from going bankrupt. This unusual situation reaches a cli max when the bride takes a position as maid.with her husband's family in order to be near him until they straighten out their difficulties. Supporting this" is Gladys Swarth out and Lloyd Nolan in an interest ing tale of a daring bank robbery, Ambush. The ro'bbers take the bank by surprise, and under cover of a smoke screen they flee, leaving -a truck as the only clue to their iden tity. The secretary recognises the truck as the one her brother dri...
LIFE SAVING SEAFORD CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
LIFE SAVING SEAFORD CLUB The Seaford Life Saving Club an ticipates its most successful season with the approaching summer months. Enthusiasm 'was the keynote of the annual meeting held on Thurs day evening when Mr H. E. Baker was re-elected president of the club; vice-presidents, Messrs. H. C. Barber and. J.. Mott; treasurer. Mr H. Allen; secretirry, Mr A. Ander son. The members expressed regret at the resignation o' Mr J. O'Donnell, who had done great work as secre tory of the club. Mr. O'Donnell felt that, owing to his interest in the Red Cross Society, he could not un dertake the position. The Seaford club, although one of the youngest on the bayside, has well equipped club rooms and its record of 14 rescues during the last swim ming season is one of which it is justly proud.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
---0 At the recent University examina tions Miss Margaret Butchers was successful in gaining the teaching diploma of Licentiate of Music. o o o o o Mr George Slocombe, junr., has left to spend a fortnight's holiday in Syd ney with relatives. o . o o 0 0o Mr Charles W. Floyd has received t any congratulations upon his ap pointment to a position on the staff I of the St. Kilda City Council. 0 0 0 "0 0 lMr C. White and Mr D. Miller, of X the Frankston High School staff, are r in training "somewhere in 'Victoria." o o 0 0 .o Miss Marguerite Jackson, of David street, has rgturned to Frankston after spending her annual leave at Healesville. 0 0 0 0 " . 3 Miss Blakely, manageress of the Peninsula Golf Club has returned after an extended term abroad. 0 ' 0 0 0 Miss Wilma Brady, of Sanders' Young street pharmacy, who broke her wrist recently, does not expect to resume duties for some time Miss Richards is acting for Miss Brady. o?0o 0 0 0 O. .Mrs Victor McComb, who has been suffering from an...
CRICKET. EDITHVALE v FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
CRICKET. -0 .'EDITHVALE. v ,FRANKSTON Frankston, first innings.-F. Mor is 21, F. Hill 21, F. Nicholson 2, J. a.yler 4, R. Benson 18, T. Evans 16, E. Ansell 9, H. Austin 0. J. Proctor . Mr. Morgan not out 4, A. Osmond ibsent 0, sundries 9.-Total, 109. Bowling: Gollan 6/43, Kyberd 2/31, Penry 0/15, Fitzgerald-0/12. Edithvale, first innings.-Kyberd not out 32, Fillder not out 9, sundries 2.-None for 43. Bowling: Hill 0/11, Sayler 0/20, Morgan 0/8, Austin 0/10. I I