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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921

:.Frankston Directory.. Established 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash oQtono eaItb d k ia HEAD OFFIOE _ SYDNEY. OPEN FOR ALL CUSSES OF General Banking Business In the Principal Cities andTowns of Australi and Rabsul (NewBritain); London (2). Savings Bank Departmenit at all rmaahes, and avings Bank AKencie at 2802a Post omels through out Australia. and at Papua. New Britain, Solomon, and other Islands of the Paciic. 3k% Intereston Deposlts up to £1,000. 3% Intemet on Amounts over S1,000 up to £1,800, JAMES KELL, Sir DENISON MILLER, K.O.M.Q, Deputy Governor July lt. 190 overnpr PA. E. E. ROGAN & CO0 o ARGAINS in Large Town, under Bargain 2--5 acres, .fine block for 90 miles north of Melbourne, lemon culture, water Inid on. 5 rmd all for absolute sale. house, going for £175. Bargain I-2 acres, rich land, all planted with oranges (some navels', Bargain 3- 16...

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"MISS DAPHNE." A DISPUTE ABOUT A RACING PONY. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921

"MISS DAPHNE." ' A DISPUTE ABOUT A RACING PONY. *' At the Frankston Police Court on Monday last, before Mr. R. Kniht,. P.M.. and Messrs. PC;Gia t, C. V' Williams and\-W. JArmstrong, -J. 'P., Charles Prince, of Edith Vale, pro ceeded against Elmo Funston for the recovery of £12, alleged to have been due on the sale 'of the racing pony "Miss Daphne" to defendant. Mr; Leslic Williams -appeared for Funstoi. but in-the absence of Air. Jones, his solicitor, Prince conducted his own case in an exceedingly cap able manner, so mluch so that at one stage Mr. Williams was forced to ad mit that lie was "a pretty smart chap." Charles Prince deposed that lie sold the pony tmare to Funston on Noven ber 2nd for £12. Funston promised to pay for thle mare within seven days. On the eighth day, after taking the pony away, lie returned and turned the pony loose in Prince's paddock.' saying the mare was not sound. FuII ston took her away again, bit re turned her to the paddock the follow ing day. He clai...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921

Bereavem ent Notice. MR DUGAN and FAMILY de sire to thank their many kind friends for telegrams, cards, letters, floral tributes and many personal visits of sympathy in their recent sad loss. Will all friends kindly accept this inti mation of our deepest gratitude, as it is impossible to thank each one personally.

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CRIB POINT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921

CRIB POINT NOTES. A plain and fancy dress ball--the last before tile holidays-was held in the Drill Hall, at Flinders Naval De pot, on the evening of Thursday, 8th inst. Tie event was looked forward to with a great deal of interest in'the surrounding district, with the result that there was a very representative attendance. Cowes people came over in'large numbcrs,'and tile Iall, gaily bedecked with flags and flooied with electric light, presented a very ani mated scene: There were a good num ber of fancy costumes, and much in terest was taken in the grand march. The officers and their wives acted as judges. and tile prizes were awarded as follows:-Best Lady: Mrs. Honey bone, 'as Golden Australia; second prize, little Misses Isabel and Alice Huckstepp, as "Twilight." Best Gen tlemen: Messrs. W. Patterson, Post mtaster, of Cowes. and Charles Mat thews, of "Bay View," Cowes, as.)tthe 'Waybacks" which was very well sus tained. and caused great' amusemlent; second iprize, Able-Seaman Hen...

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The Standard. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1921 Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921

Uhte Stauibnrlb. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1921 Local and Geiierna News. Ray Baxter, who won the all round trophy for his college, leaves this week for Sydney with the Scotch College cricket team To-morrow, Frankston cricket.l ers journey to Cheltenham. Players are requested to travel by the the 1.40 train. The team comprises-Box, Baxter, Earl, Kemp, Deane. Watkins, Burton, Kennedy, H. McComb, and McCulloch. On the local ground the follow ing team will engage the Carrum club at 2.30 to-morrow - Lawrey, McComb (3), Hanton, Jolly, Luff Holt, Petrie, N. Baxter, Aitken; emergencies-Oates, Hanton jun Advertisers and others are re minded that, following the usual custom of the provincial Press, there will be no issue of the "Standard" between Xmas Day and the New Year. " Full advan tage should be taken of next week's special issue of the "Standard," which will include an attractively printed calendar.' Advance orders should be lodged with news agents to save dis appointment. Members of the Fra...

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The Soldiers' Memorial [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921

The Soldiers' Memorial Last week Frankston received a visit fromt Mr. Hall, F.LA.., whose de sign for the Soldiers' Memorial at Frankston has been accepted by the War Memorial Advisory Committee for Victoria-. Mr. Hall was accont panied by Mr. Mcldrum, of Messrs. Meldrum and Stepnell. the well known city architects, and a special meeting of the Memorial Committee was held to "talk over" the position with the gentlemen named. Cr. Oates, who occupied the. chair, con gratulated Mr. Hall on his success, which, in view of his youth and the fact that he. was .coipeting against the best, talent -in the. State. made his achievement all the more credit able. Some of the members- of the Frankston committee'. advanced -the view that the monument should be constructed of local granite, a very fine sample of which is said to exist on .Mr. T. Ritchie's property. Ultim ately, it was decided to adhere to the designer's specifications, which pro vide for Castlemaine freestone; a stipulation being ma...

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Sport and Anecdote SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE' [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921

Sport and Anecdote S SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE' "Apex," of "Sporting Life," say: "Baltic More seems just good enough to.give the opposition a fright." Quite true-he gave a prominent detective something to think about for a time at Morningtonl oAII the sporting scribes are irate over. Fitzarlington losing the Mentonc Plate, on the grounds that he is prov ing costly to punters! The Linacre gelding will be there next time-or the time after that! - Will Fitzarlington take the Corro boree Handicap at Moonee Valley to morrow.?: '- He :certainly" should -go pretty close. . -. T..l.hMornington Racing Club has hdrawn up its programme for its next meeting on .Wednesday, January 4th. The stakes have been increased to £350, and include the Mornington Cup. £180; Jumpers' Flat, £50; Welter Handicap, £40; Corinthian Handicap, £30; Maiden Plate, £25; HNovice Handi cap. £25. Entries close on December 29th. "Sporting Life" says: "Field Power has developed a flaw." After the way she galloped at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921

-:_ ranKston . Directorye BAY STREET BAKERY F. M. Herbert ,......: ..: Baker, Pastry Cook and Caterer .......... Only the best articles supplied....We study the wishes of our customers....... Letters, etc, receive attention. Picnic Parties & Socials Catered for... Afternoon Tea a Speciality.- Breadc:: Delivered Daily . BAY STREET, FRANKSTO? W. J. Withington (20 years as General Hland with L. Foster & Son, Melbourne) Informs the unblic of Franketon and district that he has commenced business as..... S ADDLER ' First-class Workmanship, Guaranteed" at Melbourne Prices. Note the address-Next to Brown & Muir's, the blacksmiths Playne Street ..:,. Frankston 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. Csws milkol under strict personal supervision. Milk treated by latest scientifl, appliances, render ing contamination impossible. Agent for Clutterb...

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Mr Wilson's Certificate To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921

IVr Wilson's Certificate To the Editor Sir,-Mr Barrett, states that the committee, in writing to Cr Armstrong for a farming refer ences to my farming experience, and which they allege Cr Arm strong refused, did all that could be expected of them. In reply I wish to state that I hold several splendid farming references from farmers in the district. The committee could have obtained similar references if they wished. The committee's state ment that Cr Armstrong refused me a reference cannot be true, as I stated in my previous letter Cr Armstrong gave my brother a reference which he states he meant for myself. I challenge the committee to publish their letter from Cr Aimstrong. Mr Barrett further states that I am to blame for the delay lin my qualification certificate that I have not made application for same. This statement is not correct. I presented myself to the C.S. Board three months ago, showed niy references, and was told to first obtain a reference from the Frankston Repatriat...

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All About Purple Medic [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921

All About Purple .Medic "Purple' Medic" (Soinerville) vwrites as follows: Dear "Strathmore,"-I see you were present- at the last Mornington races, so probably you know somdthing re garding the matter which is puzzling me: at. present. In the Corinthlan MHaidical, accordling t the official pio gramme, Purple Medic, who won the event, is entered thus: "Mr. R. ?. Iawley's br g Purple Medic (Rathles --Collie Blue), 5 years." In the Morn ington Handicap, there was a Purple Medic entered ths i "Mr. T. Robbin's br g Purple 'Medic (Linacre-Royal Purple), 7 years." Were there two Purple Medics running at this meet ing, or what is the strong of it?" S.'Strathmore" replies:-'The pro gramme is' in error; there is only one Purple Medic racing on Victorian courses. He is an-aged gelding;-by Linacre from Royal Purple.' His owner, Mr. Robbins, pointed out the strange mistake to the officials before his horse had won the Corinthian Handicap. Purple Medic carried 7lbs penalty in the Mornington Handic...

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The Liquor Traffic MR JOSEPH McCOMB AND "MEDICUS" To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921

The Liquor Traffic MR JOStPII McCOMB MID "MEDICIIS" To the Editor. sir,-I cannot but regard the article by "M'edicus." written especially for "The Standard." and published in your issue of November 25th, as other than a covert attack upon teetotallers generally, and a subtle plea for non interference with the liquor traffic. i presume it was dictated, either by in terest or appetite, and engineered by someone in connection with the liquor trade, who has thle supreme audacity to pose as a patriot, while advocating the use of that which destroys every thing that is pure and lovely and of good repute. If your contributor is a genuine, up-to-date medico. hie should be in possession of facts-in connection with the subject of which lre treats, and of which even the ordinary intelli gent layman is seized, that denon strate learly and conclusively, from whatever standpoint viewed, that total abstinence is the natural, the safer antd, therefore, the saner nethod to adopt in respect to intoxi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921

CARRUM DIRECTORY Seacombe House Opposite Station CARRUM Beach Frontage Phone 1 Carrum Phone 1 Carrumn Under New MNIanagement Mrs A. Samuels (late of Essendon), Proprietress. Vacancies for Boarders. Reasonable Winter and Summer Tariff. Meals at all Hours. Afternoon Tea. Cakes, etc. BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, Good Accommodation. A Home away from Home Confectionery, Soft Drinks, Soda Fountain, Tobacco Cigarettes, Cigars, c . ... Motor Accessories & Oils Benzine, &c stocked. Only the Best Brands and bMakes in Stock. General Grocer-Provision - Store COODS FRESH AND CLEAN A. H. Hacking "You Can Pay More, but Cannot Get Better" Opposite Fire Station --bv? - Point Nepean Road CARRUM SAll Goods at City Prices 1# We Have Up-to-Date Cool Chambers "MIA. MIA" Under New Management Jt Wine Saloon k@ N. DARcEN\TAS, PROPRIETOR Pt Nepean Road -- Carrum Special Accommodation for Visitors. ......... Meals a Speciality ......... When You are Passing, Drop In ......... BEST BURGO.YNE"S WINES...

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NAVAL BASE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921

NAVAL BASE. " The Church of England concert party, comprising Misses Dorothy Young and Doris Unthank, the Rev. A. H. Quirk, and Messrs. J. A. Nairn, A.L.C.M., and P. Mair, gave one of their concerts in the ])rill Hall at Flinders Naval Depot, on Monday. 5th December, 1921, before a large crowd of officers and ships' com pany. The concert was greatly ap preciated, especially thie violin solo by Mr. Nairn, into which a wealth of feel ing was infused, likewise the artistic ac companiments of Miss Young. At the conclusion of the concert a hearty vote of thanks was proposed to the artists by the Rev. Henderson, the depot chap lain, and carried by acclamation. FRANKSTON POLICE COURT.

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RAGGED BOY'S APPEAL. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921

RAGGED BOY'S APPEAL. (To the Editor.) Sir,-We desire to appeal to your dders?' at this festive season for a stare in their Christmas disbursements. We have provided a New Year's feast for the boys at the Home on Oliver's Hill, Frankston, for the past five years, and owing to our general fund being depleted through the building debt being wiped out on both homes, we know that our appeal to our Frankston supporters wiHl not be in vain. I takethis oppor tunity of thanking all who helped to make the building appeal such a pro nounced success. Donations in goods will be gratefully received by Mrs. Lunn at the Frankston Home; pr money can be forwarded to the'office, Latrobe and Exhibitio streets,, Melbourne,: and will be duly adclmowletdged:-Youf, etc.,.... W. -MINTON. Secretary.

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Carrum Topics [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921

Carrtim Topics To-morrow night . the Quadrille Club are giving a benefit to Mr Frank Kneale, of Seaford. who some time back had the misfortune to break his ankle. Last week successful euchre and soial evenings were held by the Queen of Sport (Miss Olive Deakin) and Queen of Roses (MI las Woodward). Mr L. L. Warren, the hon. sec. of ti.he Progress Assoclation, was a great factor in the'success of the harmony night held last meeting, which, by the wany, was one of the most successful vet held. At a meeting of the Carnival Com mnittee, to be held on Boxing Day, ibe following ofilcers were appointed: '-Jtidges, Cr H. Rigby and Mr S. Barber;' Starter, Mr L. Warren; Stewsirds, .lessrs Kerslnke and West ray; side shows; quadrille club; co ?oconut shy, Dads;. refreshments, ladies:.' An exhibition of diving nond swimming will be given by Miss Zoe Walker. Other details were left in :he capable hands of the president (Cr? Stephens), treasurer (Cr Boyd) and hen. sec. (Mr L. V. Green,). An error...

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December 12th, 1921. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921

December 12th, 1921. Mrs. M. Robinson, factory machinist, v. Jane Davey, £3/2/6 debt. Order for tile amount, with 15/- costs. Mrs. V. F. Wells, the Corner Store, Frankston,. v. Mrs. Atherton, £1/18/6 debt. Order for full amount. Senior-Constable Bray v. James Atherton. for failing to send his daugh ter, Marjorie, to school as required by the Education Act. There were two prior convictions. Fined, 5/-. Scenior-Constable Bray v. William Guy, failing to send child to school. Fined, 2/- or six hours. Senior-Constable Bray v. Mrs. Sandy, failing to send her boys, Kenneth and George, to school. Fined 2/- or six hours in each case.

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Licensee and Travellers [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921

Liceqseeand Travellers At tie Frankston Police Court on Monday last the licensee of the Prince of Wales Hotel, Winifred Hsillenan, was charged alternatively with having traliicked in the sale of liquor to other than bona fide travellers on Sunday, October 30th, and with having allowed certain persons, other than bona fide travellers onl the premises on the same date contrary to the Act. I Inspector McCormack prosecuted. Miss Hallenan, for whom Mr. Luke M[urphy appeared, pleaded not guilty. Constable Nelson, of the Melbourne policc, deposed that on Sunday, October 30th, at 8.45 p.m., in company with Constable Maloney, he observed two men enter the Prince of Wales Hotel. He entered the hotel and found the licensee serving the men with glasses of beer. He asked Miss Hallenan were they bona fide travellers, and she re plied. "I don't know." She declared site did not know where the men lived. After a while site said, to the men, "You said you were bbna fide travellers, didn't you?" but t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921

Mrs Gertrude Dodd (Late of Bourne & Hollingsworth, London) YOUNG STREET, IIANKS TON Opposite the Railway Station-Next Pratt's Stores t D. DODD, late Royal Air Force DRAPERY This is tile Drapery Store for Quality, Lowest Prices and Civility. One Price for All-Goode Plainly Marked-Look at these Prices LADIS GIENTS Costumes, Evening and Shmmer Dres- Men's Cotton eed i - 2 io sea, Underclotbhing,~to. "Men's Australian Tweed Suits £3'10s Finest Quality Calico fno dreossing All Wool Navy Serge Suits £3 10s 6d lei6d per yard n Best Navy TwilliSuites £5 15s Pinest Quality Flannelette Is 6d yd Finest Quality Roller Towelling les 3d Sports Suits-Coat and Trousers, Ia Unbleached Herringbone Twill Shee- test cut and style.... £3 10s ting, 80 inches wide, 3s lljd yd Riding Breeches . £1 ISs White Twill Single Sheeting, good .. quality, 3s 6d per yard The famous "T.D.C" Working Trou Zephyrs in red blue, black. is Illd yd sers, every pair guaranteed, 14s lid lMatron's Cloth (butcher blue, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921

A GRAND CARNIVAL will be held on BOXING DAY Commencing at One o'clock precisely IN HASTINGS PARK Organised by (and for) the Hastings B ranch of the Re turned Soldiers' and Sailors' Imperial Lea gue of Australia PROGRAMME 1 Egg and Spoon Race, l0s 6d 12 Throwing at Wicket 10s 6d 2 Musical Chairs con horses), 1st 13 Kicking the Football 10s 6d £1 is, 2nd 7s 6d. 14 Stepping the Chain IOs 6d 3 Blindfold Race .... 10s 6d 15 Returned Soldiers' O'Grady 4 Gent's Driving Competition, Drill, £1 Is o Ist, £1 Is; 2nd, 7s 6d 16 Case-making Competition 5 Slow Bike Race ...... 10s 6d 6 Walk, Trot and Gallop, 1st, Childrens' Games £1 is; 2nd, 7s 6d '7 Musical Chairs on Bikes, 10s 6d 8-Bucking Competition (riders Cash trophies have been donated own risk), Magnificentbridle by the Fruit Merchants Assoc'n, presented by Mr Geo. Revel Tyabb Fruitgrowers Associat'n, 9 Bending Race, 1st £1 Is; 2nd, Messrs J. Shaw, butcher. Somer 7s 6d ville; N. Jewell, boot store, 10 Ladies Driving Competition, Somerville...

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THOSE ARREARS. "RATEPAYERS" WHO DON'T PAY RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921

. HOSE :_ARREiARS. "RATEPAYERS' WHO "DON''T;PAY At the last monthly, meeting of the council of the Shire of Frankston and Hastings,.;the secretary read tlihe nudi-. tor's reportidealing with lthe examina tion of accounts for: the year ending 30th September. 1921.: *The auditor referred to the largely increased business of thie shire, which r entailed a' great deal ,of extra Work 'on, Mr. John,E. Jones, the shire secretary.'He expressed his thanks to Mr. Jones'for the valuable assistance rendered him,in conducting the audit. The auditor inter alia made reference to the large. amount .of outstanding rates, whic. now totalled over £800, and re commended that adequate means be adopted to reduce tie amount of ar rears. Coundillors agreed that the sum outstanding must be reduced at once. They sympathised with the secretary's disinclination to take extreme measures to recover iinpaid rates, Lat made it very clear tlat if defaulters failed to pay up after receiving the usual notice they wer...

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