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CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921
CARRUM. W. Carlson, b E. Biggs .. ...... A. Forsyth, b A. J. Biggs .... A. Boyd, b E. Biggs ........ 0 E. Laging, c E. Biggs, b A. J. Biggs 3 L. G. Green, b E. Bigs ........ D. Allen, c Biggs, senr., b F. Davis 1 Wright, Ibw, b Davis, senr .. .. 14 Caldcott, c and b, E. Biggs 2 H. Stride, b Davis, sear... 8 Forsyth. senr., not out ... .. L. Poalsen, run out ...... .. q- ·*;:*l^^ ^ l lN ® Sundries .... .. .. .. . ** 4 Total .. .. .. .. .. .. . . 36 Bowling.-E. Biggs 4 for 7, A. J. Biggs 2 for 3, Fred. Davis 1 for 7, BE Taylor 0 for 5, E. Davis 0 for 2, Davis, senr. 2 for 5, Biggs,?senr., 0 for 3. • "DADS AND DIGGERS." E. Biggs, b Boyd ...... . E. Taylor,ýb Foryth .. 2 Biggs, senr., c.& b, Allan .. .. 13 A. J. Biggs, run eout ... : Davis, senr., Laging; b Forsyth .. ".4 Tregent, c Caldcott, bWright. . .. 0 . Davis, b Wright A. Mathewson, v Braecken, b ,Allan 2 Fred. Davis, c and b Green .. 5 S. Crook, not out .. . 4 H. Rigby. b Green .. Sundries .. .. -Total .39 Bowling.--A Bo...
SPORTING SEE ALSO FRONT PAGE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921
SPORTII NG .* SEE ALSO FRONT PAGE. .. Frank O'Neill, .of Tyabb, took eight wickets for 12 runs against Bittern at Bittern last Saturday. Everyone of. his wickets was clean bowled. This must pretty near be a Peninsula record. It certainly was a splendid achievement. Frank Allen and Jack Huntley (Bit tern's star all-rounders) put onl 48 for the first wickets against Tyabb; after that a debacle; the side. was all out for 73. Vetersan Jack Grant was- revealin? some of Ihis old-time form for Tyabb against Bittern last Saturday, when a paitnful cut on the index finger of the right Ihand, and took all the go out of him. First aid attention alleviat ed somewhat thle pain of the blow, al thoughl tile nasty smsck bled profusely. (To the Editor.) Sir.-Leading cricketers around Tyabb, who have,made al close study oftshe rules, have informed me that ons no ac countcan the Tyabb team lose the dis puted match'againslt French Isliind. Ac cording to Herbert Noble (Tyabl's sec retary), Jack Baker and...
SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 16 December 1921
SOMERVILLE. S. Martin, $ Cameron. b Laff 12 W. Tyree. stompe-l, b Jolly 9 G.' Grant, retired 25 C. Thornell, oJolly, bE. MeComb 20 N' Unthank, b E. MaComb 5 F. Williams, not out 23 J. Gregory, b E. MoComb * 10 Sid. Clarke, b Holt 1 S I : H. Westaway, b Holt 0 S. Thornell, b Holt A. Walters, b W. McComb 1 Sundries 9 : Total 119 Bowling - Luff. 1 x 22; E. McCoamt?" 3 x :18; Jolly, 1, x 22; Aitken, 0 x 10, 'Holt, 8 x 61 W. MoDomb, I x 5. FRANKSTON CLUB G. Luf, o, b Thornell 1 F. Jolly, 0, b Williams ' 6 C. Lawrey, a, bThbrnoll 20 E. McComb, c, b Grant 25 A. Aitkin, b Thornell 0 J.:A. Cameron. o, b Unthank .2 J. McComb, o, b Waltera 0 A. Holt, c, b Walters '4 W. MeComb, run out :.:4 H. McComb, o, b Thornell : W. Hunter, jur., not out Sundries Total 68 Bowling-C, Thornell, 3 x 26;, Walters, 2 x 6: Walters, j x 15; Grant, I x 15; Williams, 1 x 0. C(Note-The soore books do not dis close the fleldsamn's names respon sible for catches. This is quite wrong, end scorers should see to it in fut...
FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
FRANKSTON. The concert company representing the Association for the Advancement of the Blind is about to make its an nual visit to this, district under the management of Arthur Douglas, the Scottish comedian. He is still-as great a favourite as ever, and is ably sup ported by Alf Broadway. the dexterous digger, in juggling, racquet spinning balancing and ball bouncing extraor dinary. Kriss Kenny, the newsboy, sings new and popular character songs; Charles Bennett, the blind accompanist, is also champion tenor soloist, and win ner of the 1920 A.N.A. competition. Don't fail to hear this blind musical genius. Fred Tilley, blind basso, and also the ever-popular F. Barkell, the blind lyric tenor and violinist, are still with the company, which is proclaimed to be the best that the association has yet put on the road. The company is touring in aid of the Home for the Blind.': Local arrangements are in the I hands .of Mr. A. K. Lasslett, J.P.
SEAFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
SEAFORD. - The Progress Association,:held their monthly meeting at Cr. Howell's' on Saturday last, and it was well attended, Mr. -C. Hunter presiding.,' Various questions of public import were dis cussed, and marked enthusiasm was shown by members. The- association had induced the Education Department to put down a pathway to the new school, and great indignation was ex pressed when it became known that the path was being abused by vehicu lar traffic. In the interests of the children, the association trusted that the godd sense of persons in charge of vehicles would prevail, and the coun cil agreed to erect a notice warning future vandals. Complaints were made against the dangerous holes in Pt. Nepean road. near the Carrum bottndary, where the water pipe crossed, and several members could still feel the aftermath of the nasty jolts received from same. Cr. Armstrong reported that the engineer was looking into the matter. Seaford wants a public hall, and this matter is- being gone ser...
CARRUM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
CARRUM NOTES. By Our Special Reporter. As these are my" last notes for the year. I take the opportunity of wish ing the readers the compliments of the season, and trust that the year se are on the verge of entering will be a successful one. My thanks are due to those who so kindly supply me with "copy" for this colmun. Another very successful entertain-. ment was held in the Hall last week, when a cantata. "Bundle of Sticks,' and children's concert was held. The proceeds were towards the funds of Mr. V. Mossenton, "King of Diggers," of the Memorial Fund. An attendance of close on 250 people was present, and all went away delighted. At the conclusion of the programme, Cr.- W. Stephens, chairman, nmoved a vote of thanks to Mr. and Airs. C. Ellis, hrs. H. Rigby, Mrs. Williams, Miss Mary Mildrum, Mr. G. W. Smith, and other workers for their kind help in con nection with the cantata; A dance ter minated a very pleasant evening. Tile artists who supplied the programme are as follows:-Over...
SALE OF LARNOCH'S PADDOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
SALE OF LARNOCH'S PADDOCK. W. S. Keast, Stock and Station Agent; Queen's House, Queen-street, Melbourne. reports having stld on be half of AMr. Victor Gard, executor in the estate of Mr. John Edward Gard, the following blocks of land in the subdivision known as Larnoch's pad dock,` Frankston:--174 acres 2 roods 35 perches, to Mr. Arthur Bailey. of Cranbout e-road,. Frankston; 189 acres 2 roods, to Mr. Clhristopher Chandler, Robinson-road, Pearcedale; 174 acres 2 roods 20 perclhes, to Mr. Thomas Bai ley, of Cranbourne-road. Frankston; 173 acres 3 roods 13 perches, to Mr. R. T. Bell, Gippsland. The remaining blocks in the estate are now under offer, and it is expected that they will be sold within a few days.
ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
ABOUT PEOPLE. Mr. and Mrs. W. McInerney, of Port Lincoln, who have been holi daying at Frankston, have returned home to Eyre'u Peninsula. Mr. W. C. Thornton. who is to succeed >Mr. Kinvig as Postmaster at Frankston, hails from Dimboola. The Dimboola "Banner" reports several farewell socials, at which pre sentations, including aquamarine and pearl necklet, silver bag, silver en troe dishes, jewel case, case of pipes, etc., were made to Mr. and Mrs. Thornton by the townspeople. Mrs. Thornton is prominent in A.W.N.L. activities.
MR. FRENCH LECTURES AT COWES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
MRi. FRIENCt I CTURES AT COWES.. Mr. C. French, Government Entymno logist, visited Phlillip Island on 10th December to give Islanders all the lat ost informition about the'e cerpillar pest. .. . During the afternoon, in company with Mr. Jeffrey,. he insliected some of the damaged cropsi -He found sonie of them "uinedi*? bnt :ihee pest is now in decreasing numbers. In platce of cater pillars; millionseof.oichneutmon flies},were discovered. -These flies, or wasps to give them their correct name, are-busily engaged desiroying thie caterpillars. They were seen sisttnting in rubbish, under stones atitd ;logs; in fact, anywhere a cae itilla r'Wshsa?ikely 'to be found; So tumerous weredcthey :that Mr. French jprdicts tliat there" willi.not, be a cater tillar on the Island next yi'ar, despite thi'ftidit that' ehclihfemale cutworm moth lays from 400 tod'500? eggs. -IIna.the ;evening. Jýtr.lEretch gave an illustrated lantern lecttre in tile .Cowe Hall.. :.` 1. ' . , A number of commott garden...
FRANKSTON POLICE COURT. Monday, December 19th, before Messrs. C. G. V. Williams )(chairman) and C. W. Grant, J.'sP. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
FRANKSTON POLICE COURT.. Monday, December 19th, before Messrs. C. G. V. Williams (chair man) and C. \V. Grant. J.'sP. The cases against P. C. Jasper and C. B. Storey were adjourned until January 9th. George Beckwith was fined 15/- and 2/6 costs for allowing three horses to stray on the roads at Carrum. A. Beardsley was fined 15/- and 2/6 costs for allowing three horses to stray on the roads at Chelsea. IH. Stephens, for allowing four calves to stray on Thames Promenade, Chel sea, was fined fl1 and 2/6 costs. Elmo Funston was fined £4/12/6 and costs for allowing 37 head of cat tle to stray on the road at Edithvale. Funston explainedl that 70 head of cattle were brought from Pearcedale on the day previots to the impound ing, and the cattle had broken tlhe fencing during the night. (The Bench showed leniency in this case, as, in ordinary circumstances, it was ex plained, the fine would have been 5/ per head.) G. J. Frawley was also fined 10/ and costs for having two cows stray ing on t...
A DAHLIA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
A? DAHLIA SHOW. 'A well-kllown ?hortictilturist, on a visit to I'Philliti'Islsnil early in Deceminter was greatly. :stonished' to ,find 'dahlias" and phlox in. full bloom in the garden of: 1Mrs.; Clecland, at Cowes. He .vas also :imenisely. delighied witli the -show of cairnations .i tilhe same garden and rc-. miarked tiht' if thde blooms'were sldiown in thlca niatur section of.any Mlelbourne :showl'tey would win in a canter. : slhillip 'Island is fast becoming one: of the most popular seaside resorts; its charm ,and attractions are many. and varied, a' few of 'which aire the aquariunm of seals, countless number' of sea birds, coastal.scenery, fishing, boating, "golf, tennis, lov'ely drives along shady_.lanes, delightful walks' on the .wide sandy beaches, 'glorious bathing and ,bracing air, thereford possessing the unique com- I biiatioiu of' a first-class tourist' and health resort .. ' . "
PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
PROGRAMME. Log Chopping Contest, standing blocks, 45 in circumference, first £8, seoond £2 5s, third £I, nomination 7s 6d, no acceptance. Underhand Log Chop, 45 in logs, first £8, second £2 5s, third I1, nom 7s 6d, no acceptance. Frankston Wheel Race, one mile. Ist £5, second £2, third £1; entry 3s Bicycle Flutter, 4 mile; 1st £3, 2nd £2. 3rd £I, entry 2s 6i Flag and Barrel Race for Horses, Ist £1, 2nd 10s, entry 2s Musical Chairs, 1st £1, 2nd 10s entry 2s Walk, Trot and Gallop, Ist £1, 2nd 10s, entry 2s - ' Bending Race, 1st £1, 2nd l0s. en try 2s Best Pony, 13 h a u, riddeu by child 16 or under, Ist £1, 2ud IOs, entry Is Open Trot, Ist £3, 2nd £1, ent 4s Throwing Cricket Ball, 10s, ent 6d Kicking Football, 10s, entry 6d Siamese Race, 10s, 5s, en Is couple Boys and Girls Races (must reside in Shire of Frankston & Hastings), (competitors to be 13 years or under) 60 yds, 7s 6d and 2s 6d, no entry Boys' Race, 16 years or under. Peninsula resident,, 75 yds, Ist £1. 2nd 10s, ent...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 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 C'ommon taltb :B anik 0nuntralia EAD OFFoICE SYDNEY. OPEN FOR ALL CLASSES OF General Banking Business SInthe Principal Cities and Towns of Australia and Rabaul (New Britain); London (2). Savings Bank Department at all Branches, and Batvings 1?nk AgencIo0 at 2B02 Post Offices through out Autlrallia end at Papua, New Brital. 8oloron, and other Islands of the Paoclis. 83% Interost on Deposits up to £1,000. 3% Intoroet on Amounts over £1,000 up to £1,300. JAMES KELL, air DENISON MILLER, K.O.M.Q., Deouty ,overnor Jtly it. 1FF GOoovenor The Non-Combine Baker W0 H. PIKE LATE A.I.F Baker and Pastry Cook "Where You Get the Good Bread" Try our Cake; there's nothing like it. :.. Best Quality of Materials Used. .- Carts deliver Daily to All Parts of the district. The favor of your patronage and recommendation...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
..Frankston Directory. THE BAY VIEW HOTEL FRANKSTON. E. J. PARKER, Licensee BEST OF WINES, SPIRITS AND ALES. Alcock s Standard Billiard T:ble. Over the 20 Mile Radius Motor Cars for Hire Day and Night. Frankston 1Jotor Gaiage 'Day ard Night Service Cars for Hire NEW SiX CYGINR aIC 0. J. OLSEN, Proprietor Petrol, Tyres, Oils and Accessoties District Agent for 1921 Buick Model 0. J. 01seq's Motor Service Phone 17 Frankston. Private Address-"Albury," Young St, Franketon Somenll6ing Choioe! HUBBY--"I did enjoy my Lunch to-day, my dear. It was so nice and tasty." l VIFIE--"Of course. That was Lloyd's "Cran leigh" Luncheon Sausage I The price has .'1 been reduced (again) 3d per lb." "The BACON we ha i for breakfast this morning," she said, "which you said was so mild and sweet, was also Lloyd's Sugar Cured. They supply all the leadingstoree." YOU may as well have THE BEST, too J. LLOYD & SONS PTY LTD Bacon Curers, "Cranleigh," Frankston. Tel 96 Electrical Engineering J. J.. GERATY...
GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
GENERAL NOTES. The annual picnic takes place in the Tyabb park on Wednesday 28th December. Mars Verney and Mr Eric Bell wore the successful prize winners at last night's Fire Brigade euchre party The ladies prize was donated by irsa R. Wells. The Frankston show, to be hold on Thursday, 12th January, is engaging the close attention of the executive committee and every effort is being code to make the exhibition a record success. The State Premier, Hon. I. S. W. Lawson has consented to open the show, and there will be many other notable visitors. At a com mittee meeting on Mlonday night (lr H. Gamble presiding) 'judges wore appointed, and other details arranged. Two tenders were received for the show lur.chdon, but as the opinion was expressed that the fune tion should take place in the Mlecha nice' -Hall, it was decided to' re advertise, and a meeting will be hold next Wednesday night to consider fresh tenders. Intending exhibitors are reminded, that entries for show close on 4th Jan...
Sport and Anecdote SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE' [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
.Sport and Anecdote "ý$a , SOME.NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE' AXmas Griactingsl - Mfay Peninsula sports experience all the 'Joys of Life in the days yet to comic . :Good health," an easy conscience, peace of, iind, joyful days;; and plenty. of the stuff that makes. the world spin so merrily aroundl All, these shlould com..e to those wlt'o play'; thie ??ame, and plilaiy it straight-for; physically, mientally sand morll y .the sporting world claimns -li. flbower ?: tfithIt nation's tsanolsood. The birilit of ;"TIe Phtillip; Island Standard'. topk.place- during tli week' year-*ihicti1 augurs v *'cr'mrlts future prosltcrity. Phbillip Island, therefore, plods the Inky Way with the Disciples of Scissors and Paste, and thus starts a new era in its evolution--front the hlome of wild pigs to Victoria's love liest 'holiday resort. "It" gives me mtore tsant passing pleasure to knows thalit' m notes will also appear in "The Standard's" latest offspring, for tlidt Island is rich 'in good sports. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
~_Frankston Directory.*. BAY STREET. BAKERY F M: Herbert ....... Baker, Pastry Cook and Caterre ............... 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. .. Bread Delivered, Daily. . BAY STREET, FRANKSTO: W.J. Withington (20 years as General Hand with . , L. Foster & Son, Melbourue) Informs the public of Frankston and district that hbe has commenced business as...... SADDLER . First-olaes Workmanship, Guaranteeood at Melbourne Prices.. Note the address--Next to Brown &'.l utir's,'tho blakltsmithse ".i Playne Street ..:,. Frankston FRANKSTON" DAIRY Pure Milk, direct frosm the Owner's well known Dairy Farm Customers may confideontly rely on the purity .SU d High class Quality of the:milk supply. Cows milks .i tudor st rict personal.:> eupervision. Milk treoted by'hitos sciontillouappli 'nces, reilder:';l ing contaminatio...
FISHING. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
FISHING. Some fine hauls of .;schlmpper and rock flathead have been made during,the past few weeks off Cowes and along the North Shore towmqrds RhIll. Anglers on Cowes jetty have also been success ful in getting good sport with rock cod. Whitinig is coming in fairly .free at Catt's Bay, while.the crayfish.cogfs ar4 being filled by good catches made out siilde thle Port. Mir. Willie Kcincon lauached his fine pleasure molor. yacht, 1the "Royal," on the 16th, and. will haleiliberal patron age during thci coming season.