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CYCLING FRANKSTON AMATEURS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
CYCLING FRANKSTON AMATEURS Result of the 16 miles handicap for iMr Ledger's trophy: W. Brown (5.0), 1; V. Angus (5.30), 2; L. Taylor (6.30), 3. Time, 47min. Fastest. D. Dunk (1.0), 43min. 3sec. Next club meeting, Tuesday, Octo ber 17, at S p.m. All interested in the club are invited to attend. Next race, Saturday, October 21, will be the 20 miles unpaced cham pionship, in conjunction with a seal ed handicap, on the Dandenong road.
INDOOR BOWLS PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
INDOOR BOWLS t --- PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES There was a good attendance of bowlers and friends at the wind-up social in the Soldiers' Hall on Wfd' hesday. During the evening items were rendered by Mr L. Swift, Lois Wells and Dorothy Kettlewell. The balloon 'bursting competition caused a great deal of amusement and was won by Mr and Mrs Alec Brown, who also won the prize for pinning the tail on the pig. The can die race was won by Mrs R. Wells; the musical arms prize by Mrs Harry Hinds, and the Monte Carlo by Mrs Sorraghan and Mrs Schmidt. After Ia very dainty supper, which was supplied by tie lady members, he presentation of trophies took place. InI presenting the trophies, the pre sident (Mr H. Stell) complimented the' winners on the splendid bowling performances throughout the. season. He also paid a tribute to the bowling of the junior members, and hoped they wouold be receiving their share of the trophies next season. It is very pleasing to see a first season player in F. Watcho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
ENTONE GIRLS' GRAMNMAR SCHOOL 231 Beach Road. pUBLIC DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS A PUBL FEES MODERATE. essibie by lotor Bus from' Mordialloc, Black Rock, Beaumaris, Oakleigh and Dandenong. KINDERIGARTEN TO LEAVING HONORS. on Application. Headmistress at home by Appointment Chelt 326. J. McCowan, 1.A., Dipi. Ed. Headmistress. iENTONE GRAMMAR SCHOOL DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. rimary to Leaving Honors. Boys admitted to Kindergarten at agae of four. Seplarate Department for Junior School. age ufor. MODERATE FEES. ealthy Surroundings. Ideal Situation. Extensive Grounds. COACHING COLLEGE. NIGHT CLASSES pupils Prepared for all Examinations. Complete Provision for Boarders. Fmor Prospectus and Particulars of Scholarships, Apply C. C. THOROLD, MI.A., Ilenldmaster. I.: Clielt. 109. Tel.: Chelt. 409. p JUDGE FOR YOURSELF! lIIIIIIBI? Note the smart, fresh, neat appearance that your clothes will have when they are DRY CLEANED AND PRESSED by us. Give us a trial--Sand your s...
MECHANICS' HALL DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
MECHANICS' HALL DANCE. There was the usual large ate ance at the Mechanics' Hall on urday, night. There was a largen ber of entrants for the fox trot petition. The standard of dane is ve'y high and it is.not easy to arate the finalists. Tihe 4th heat the fox trot competition was by Mr Wood and Miss County, T. -Pullen and Miss .T. White. Hannin and Miss G. Gray, Mr. Je miah and Miss J. L.loyd. tins Carlo, Mr H. Strackliug and Misa Sheridan; lucky partner, AMr Mace and Mrs A. Artis. Nextt urday will see the 5th heat of competition run off.
OBITUARY MRS. M. GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
UDII UAKI MRS. M. GRANT. Mrs. Mary Grant passed a peacefully at her residence, Mon ton road, Tyabb, on Saturday, October, after a long illness, was an old resident of Tyabb, enjoyed the friendship of a circle of friends and was held high esteem. She leaves a hua two daughters (Mrs L. M. Watt Mrs. W. Jouning) and two sosn The funeral took place on S October. S, the remains being red in Frankston cemnetery. The chief mourners were MrJ Grant (husband), Messrs R. J. K: Grant (sons). Mr L. M. Watt Mr W. Jouning (sons-in-law), N H-. Stone and Mr S. Stone. Pall-bearers were as follow: srs. S. Stone, R. horley, G. G Ray Young, B. Pickering, R. I ing. Coflln-bearers: Cr. Dec Messrs. Reg Blorley F. Floyd Millar, C. Renoul', P. Twyford, G. A. Osmond read the burial vice. Mr. Hector Gamble condua the funeral arrangements.
Court House Question More Time Wanted to Select Site [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
Court House Question oOo More Time Wanted to Select Site Reference through the columns of the Standard regarding the de. lay in finding a site for the Frankston court house bore fruit at the meeting of the Shire Council on Friday night. Two or three. councillors expressed irritation at the delay, and pressed for a flamlisation of the site forth with, but a motion that the Frankstonl riding councillors have a further fort night to inspect sites was carried. Addressing the meeting on the sub ject, Cr Wells urged that the site be settled.- He said he favored the situ ation adjacent to the shire offices. The president (Cr Heath): Tile council left this matter to ithe Frank ston riding councillors some mo ?ths ago. We are still waiting for a re port. Cr Wells then llmoved that the 'site he mentioned be offered to the Crown Law Department for the court'house. The motion lapsed as there was no -U;uesaldeL o0; pu1 HUH sapualL 8ll seconder. Cr Heath: Are we waiting for something definite fro...
TYABB CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
TYABB o0 CRICKET. The Tyabb Cricket Clu'b have elect ed Ray Denham captain and Bert Noble vice-captain for the ensuing season. TThe premiership pennant was un furled by Mrs H. Denham, who in a happy speech wished the club further successes. ,Tyabb No. 1 team began the sea son satisfactorily when they- met Baxter .2 at the Tyabb oval. Denham celebrated his election as captain by batting stylishly for 93 not out. and was very unfortunate not to reach the century. Tony Mirabella (34) and E. Un thank (31)' were the only others who made many runs, and Tyabb's innings closed with the score at 200.
TURF CAULFIELD SELECTIONS (By Espy) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
---*- CAULFIELD SELECTIONS (By Espy) L145-IOLO WELTER Diaphane . . .. ..... 1 Pantoon ........ ... 2 Ellison .. ..3.. .... .. 3 2.20-DEBUTANT STAKES (For Colts and Geldings) Procyon .... .. ...... . 1 Broadcaster .. ........ 2 Black Legend ...... .. 3 2.55-DEBUTANTE STAIKES Trueness ............. 1 Tranquil Star . .. ..... 2 Partoer ...... .. .... 3 3.30-CAULFIELD G UINEAS High Caste . . 1 Rdading ... ....... . 2 Wilson. .... .. .. .. .. 3 4.5-HERBERT POWIER HCP Donaster ...... ...... 2 Maluno ........ .... 2 Ortelle's Star ........ 3 4.45-TOORAK HANDICAP Ramdin .... .. ..... . 1 Ena ....... .. .. 2 Judenn .. .. .. .. .. .. 3
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
SWan Ades. Cost Less and Get Results ' THE STANDARD" !iWant-Ad. Costs Tt TA D R , " : Pays I ;frWords WVANT ADS. "" - Po oIR AG Wto use the SYour Newsagent P 6. RY T 19G - WANT ADS. ...____ ._ ?oooo.",?,,oo .,,o,??:"""" . 1.. A T A J. C. OBRIEN GRAIN, PRODUCE, EGG J. C. OMERCHANT Public Market, Wells St., Frankston. PHONE: Frankston 108. After Hour s, Somerville 254. at F.A.Q. .... .... 3/5 Sulphate Ammonia ........ 18/9 ze, Whole .... 5/3, Cr. 5/5 Nitrate Soda ................ 14/3 led Oats . ......3/ Prime Chaff .. ................ 5/3 d Oats .... ..... 2/9 Shandy Chaff .... ............ 4/6 Oats ........... ..... 3/ Straw Chaff ............ ....... 3/6 Branning ....... ...... 3/9 Cement ............ ........ 4/1 SIHulls ... .... .... 2/3 Limil .... ........ ........ .3/3 zo Meal . Bush. 2/2 N.Z. Greenfeast Peas 22/6. bus. Pollard . ... Bush 1/10 Jap Millet .......... cwt. 13/ ............... 5/9 Sub Clover ......... ........ 1/3 lard ............... ....7/3 Lucerne Seed .... .......
MISS VESPER'S CLASSES [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
MISS VESPER'S CLASSES Miss Vesper's pupils' annual revue and dancing display will be held at the Mechanics' Hall, Frankston, eO Monday, Novem'ber 20. An excellent and varied programme is being or ranged, and many local children n1 rehearsing at Miss Vosper's Mlondal afternoon classes. Jean Ives al d Lois Wells, who were both prize. i' ners in the Frankston talent que have added to their success by i. ning medals at Albert Park and Doi Hill competitions. They will repeI their_ prize-winning numbers. Ad' ballroom lessons for beginners advanced pupils are held on Mend, evenings, anrd adult health and keep fit class will commence 9. Monday week, October 23. Tere a vacanicies for adult members. APPr cation to Miss Vesper isee for ninclusion.
WEDDING BELLS LORD — SAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
WEDDING BELLS LORD - SAGE. A very pretty wedding was cele brated at the Presbyterian Church, Somerville on Saturday, October 7, when Stanley Parker, youngest son of Mrs. A. Lord and the late Mr H. P. Lord, was married to Dorothy Isabel, second daughter of Cr and Mrs J. E. Sage. The Rev. F. But chers olIlciated.' The bride looked lovely in her dress of white satin, shirred on the top of the sleeves, the full-fashioned sleeve caught to the wrist on a band. The full pan nelled skirt had the centre back panel extended into a train. Her white embossed veil was held in place by two camellias and band of white satin. Mr Len. Lord, 'brother of they bride groom was best man, and Mr Gor don Smith, groomsman. As the bride walked down the aisle, she was presented with two horseshoes. The church was very tastefully decorated with Arum lil lies by Mrs V. Binder. The wedding breakfast was held at the Mechanics' Hall, where 45 guests were entertained: The wed ding cake was made and decorated by the...
COUNCIL CHAMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
NCIL CHAMBERS -0- Shire of Frankston and Hast et for the first time on Fri ight in comfortable surround which brings the meeting room leno with those of other muni lies. president (Cr. Heath) refer to the alterations, said the was now fit for anyone to en Previously there had been no -t rooms at the council cham in which to entertain visitors. .room was now worthy of -the He paid a tribute to the of the council officers in design nd carrying out the new ar ment. e shire secretary (Mr Ham) and ssistant engineer (Mr D. Steele) nded. new seating arrangements the President on a raised dias the secretary and engineer. cillors sit at a semi-circular J ound the room, and a blue covering replaces what were erly bare boards. The tables be dismantled and moved to side for ofilcial occasions. ORTHOPAEDIC HO.SPITAL Appeal for Eggs. o Acting Medical Superintendent he Orthopaedic Hospital (Dr. a Altmann) makes an appeal week for donations of eggs. lens responded wholeheartedly to year's appeal fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
NEW MENTONE Phone e44 PARAMOUNT, MORDIALLOC o i a" Three Changes Weekly. SATURDAY AND MONDAY Luise Rainer and Fernand Gravet The Great Waltz Also Donald Woods and Evelyn Venable Heritage of the Desert Both for General Exhibition. Matinee Saturday, 2.30 p.m. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Corinne Luchaire and Barry K. Barnes Prison Without Bars Also Jane Bryan and John Russell The Man Who Dared (Both films not suitable for General Exhibition) THURSDAY and FRIDAY Preston Foster and Lynn Bari Chasing Danger Also Florence Rice and Dennis O'Keefe Vacation .From Love (Bo3th films not suitable for general exhibition) CAR PARK, WITH ATTENDANT, FREE. COMING SATURDAY AND MONDAY. Deanna Durbin and Charles Winninger THREE SMART GIRLS GROW UP Also Dorothy Lamour and Lloyd Nolan The St. Louis Blues Both Pictures For General Exhibition. PLAZA Chelsea's New Theatre ,OPPOSITE STATION) ALL FEATURE PROGRAMMES Complete Change of Programme Twice Weekly. NEW SOUND SCREEN. The 8th episode of a new and thrilling se...
NATIONAL BROADCAST [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
NATIONAL BROAD CAST FROM ST. PAUL'S, FRANKSTON - On Sunday evening, October 15, Solemn Evensong will be broadcast from St. Paul's Church of England, Frankston, by 3LO and relayed to national stations 3WV and 3GI. The service is in connection with the Triennial Conference of the Church of England Men's Society being held at the C.E.B.S. Camp, Overton road, Frankston. The preacher at this service will. be the National Presi dent of the Society, the Lord Bishop of Wangaratta (The Right Rev. J. S. Hart, Th. Soc.) Anthem will be Seek ye the Lord (Roberts), soloist,, Master David Penglase. The organ ist( Mr. J. F. Brown) will play Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (3. S."'Bach), and Marche Gothique (Salome), both compositions will be played by spec, tal request.
SENIOR CONSTABLE WELCOMED. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 13 October 1939
SENIOR CONSTABLE WELCOMED. Although Senior Constable Nicho- las will remain at Frankston, Senior Constable G. H. Thorbury, formerly of Malvern, will be in charge. At Frankston Court on Tuesday the newly arrived officer was welcomed by Mr Jackson, P.M., who assured him that Frankston was a pleasant home, "especially in the summer when all the drunks are about." Ex tending a welcome on behalf of the legal profession, Mr R. C. Taylor ex- pected many duels within the court but knew they would be firm friends outside. Replying, Senior Constable Thorburn said, that he would at all times endeavor to serve the public fairly and hoped to become a useful citizen in other ways. The Standard joins with residents in wishing Senior Constable Thor- burn a successful and not-too-event- ful term of office.
YOU CAN'T PASS — These VALUES [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
Yu CANT PASS - ScIVAILUI IES OL.SEN'S, Melbourne road, are the local old-established General Mot ors dealers for Chevrolet; Vauxhall and Bedford cars and trucks. AT MARSHALL'.S: All the new spring shades in..wool.. - AT ROBINSON and MARKS: Fore quarter spring. lamb 7d lb., boiling beef 4d. lb., our special sausages 3 lbs. 1/. AT MASTER CRAFTSMEN: Special. ists in the making and. repairinglof antique furniture. AT. EADIE'S: Wool tweed work trou sers 7/11 pair, while they. last. AT PARNELL'S Watchmaking. es tablishment, new designs in ladie's' compacts and gent's wallets now available. FRANKSTON Electrical Services - Have vacuum cleaners" for hire at reasonable rates. EIGHT building blocks, made street, £55 each. McLean's Agency, Frankston. FOR all furniture removals see J.j, Carroll, 19 Station st, Frankstoi Phone 218. AT ROB'S EMPLOYMENT BUREAU Suits and costumes cleaned as pressed.: All work guaranteed. AT R. JAMES, Furniture Emporium: Large lots of slightly used furn ture, cheap. ...
Wheat (F.A.Q.) by weight [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
SWheatl (RA.Q.Q) by woignt 3/C per bush. Pollard,-7 bush. .... .... ... i d. Bran. 5 bush. .... .... .... ..11. d. Chick Food 1A .... ..,. ..: .... 9/3 Werribee Mixture, 100 Ibs 10/6. Growing Mash, 100 Ibs ...... 8/ Growing Grain 150 Ibs .. 12/6 Rice Hulls ...........: .. ... 1/3 Sugar 1A, 70 los ........ .... 21/6 Meatmeal, Special, 100 Ibs. 11/ Wheatmeal, 140 Ibs. 1/3 bush. * Maizemeal, 140 lbs.-2 Meggitt's Meal. 100 lbs. 10/6 Polly Feed . 10/6 Cow Chaff .4/ Oaten Chaff .... 4/3 Barastoc Chick Pellets. 100 lbs. Barastoc Gro ig Pellets 12/ 100 lbs. 9/. Bariastoc Laying Pelles' 100 lbs/ Japanese Millet, I ct 9/3, Buttermilk (auperline)12/3 t. Keymeal, 1 cwt. 21/ . ' .. .... ... ... lo/ nupport,tne i-irm tnat originally brought low prices to t .and Dairying Industry. . "' ! t I Remember we set tlie standard for PRICE, SERVICE and. QUALITY throughout the Trade.::' Send for Free Price List or Phone F6197 (2 lines). Free Sample, on Request. -I
[?] CAULFIELD SELECTIONS (By Espy) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
---- CAULFIELD SELECTIONS (By Espy) 12.40-BURWOODI HANDICAP First Division 'Gold Salute ;.. .. .. .... 1 Murialle .. .. ..... . .. 2 , Dreamsome ......... 3 1.30-BURWOOD HANDICAP Second Division Mac Rob.. .. .... 1 Snow White ..... .. ... 2 Border Lass .. ... .... 3 2.5-GWYN NURSERY (Colts and Geldings) : Broadcaster.. .. ...... -1 SPortico . ........... 2 Exactly .. .... .. .... 3 2.40-WYUNA STEEPLE- Lorne .... .......... 1 Last End .. .......... .2 Cape Lilock ...... .... 3 3.25-CAULFIELD .CUP Respirator-.. .. . . 1 Ortelle's Star .... .. ... 2 r:. Buzalong .. ....3..... 4.G--MONA NURSERY (Fillies) First Division Stylish ............ 1 Happy Bay .... .. .. .. 2 Applause .... ........ 3 4.35--MONA NURSERY Second Division Heart's Desire ... . .1 Tranquil Star . . 2. .Partoer .. ..: .. .. . 3 5.10-WTNDSOR HANDICAP Panka ...... ...... 1 Beechwood. ... .. .. .. 2 Amiable ....;. .... .. 3
FRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
FRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH An Australian tea was held at the Manse.on Thursday. A large. com pany met and took part in a very en joyable afternoon by which the funds of the work stall for the November fair were increased. Men- of the church who can help are invited to be present at the church. on Saturday at 3 p.m. to make preparations for thle organ buildei-s by. moviiig the 'con tents of the kindergarten room and wijoining shed. . On Sunday- special collections will he received for the Lord Mayor's Fund. The Rev. F. Butchers will con duct the services morning and even ing, and at Somerville in the after noon. At 3.15 there will be a united servic, of intercession to which citi zens of all denominations' arA invited. The '5,ecial freewill offering recent ly requested by the Board of Manage uent resulted in the substantial sum of over £63 being received.