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[?]NG [?] CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

NG CLUB rong winds taking the the second egate races. e elements, in a swamp ay a couple the open b. Dauntless equers was g a buoy. Ics. g a Park kshop im last week, '-bound, in cing tactics. leaf showed e cluib from rmer Com rs should publication; application .The club is for his gift .silver tray y from the ' School at t. The club ually to the y was given e club's gen an, member s visited the asions, has eddings. among mem unced his en oni Urquhart Pat Robert t of a hand g from Dick Harold Gooda Robertson will eoltf Tomasetti i similar duty 6} Jack White and his bride aturday after rships. II compete at mplonships of Sire Class at 4th and 10th te's best boats sd heats will conjunction to rpresentatives hobart early Ule Aust alit ý ?.held. " ·

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

SATURDAY, 'QVEMBER 19th? at' 4' P.M. ON. THE PROP.ERTY. .:-: MELRSE, STREET, MiORDIALLOC 66ft;. x I160ft. EVERY. CONVENIENCE ;AVAILABLE About S Miniutes to 'Statio a:id .Beach Close Bus. Hanly School, ShoPS, etc., Part: Fenced ? : . AUCTIONEER, MIFALLOC TENDERS, 7 TENDERS are invitaedd for. the Purchase for Removal of a small tiled roofed weatherboard dwell ing, comprising lounge, bedroom, kitchenette and .shower .recess, complete with built-in. furniture, elec. stovette, and "Wonderheat" fire, situated in Deane St.,:Frank ston. Tenders close oni Satuiday,, November 26th, 1949, Lowe-st or any other tender .not necessarily accepted. For , terms of tender and inspection; apply to .0.C. Stingel, Deane St., Frankston. DEPARTMVENT - OF SUPPLY" I AND DEVELOPMENT TENDERS FOR GROCERIES : Tenders are invited closing at !2 o'clock p.m. on' Thursdar,' 24th November, 1949, for the supply 'o. Groceries and Dairy :Produce ,to Military Camps, Balcombe'~Area, during tfe period 1st January, 1950, to...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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TURF SELECTIONS FOR CAULFIELD (Prior to Acceptances) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

TURF .1.11. SELECTIONS FOR CAULFIELD (Prior_ to Acceptances) .' Rosstown Plate... TRUE LAW .. .. 1 CHANAK . ...... 2 REPERIO ..3.. Stansmore Two-Year-Old. AMERICAN: EDITION.;.. 1 FOLDEROL ...... ... 1 OGALLIVANTD . 2 .-2 Eclipse Stakes. BRUIN.. . 1 STAMEN .. ...... . . . SAXONY .. 3 Tara Steeplechase. SEQUENCE .. .. 1 . FAUNUS .. -.. ..-.. .. 2' WORROWING .. ... .3 Pelham Handicap.: - PERFORM .. . . . .. '1 HAPPY MEDIUM. :? .. 2 ECLAIR .. .. .. 3 Ormond Handicap. LAND BOY .1.. ..::. : FRENCH PACT .. . 2. .IBEAU HAKA .. .. ..3. 3 BEST BETS- . TRUE LAW :- PERFORM

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AUCT[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

AUl H. I A Report Satuoda La Saturda Brick Roomed Street Saturday Land, Street, Monday, Lovely 37a Br MWnday, WB. Vil East, station), shopping Tuesday, 821 A stet. WATt Thursday, Beautilul Main R Friday, Boundary Market Estabidh House a Full Detalh H. R. AU 49 ELIL CHELTE MORDIAL

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WED[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

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Chester[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

loa good block, sewer I D1ATE 3. Collins Pritt Afford Aot

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MENZIES' BOYS' GYMNASTIC SHOW ARRANGED FOR SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

MENZIES'. BOYS' GYMNASTIC SHOW ARRANGED FOR SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4. What is certain to be an out staiding display of gymnastics lyy the. lads at the Menzies Boys' Iorhe, Frankston, will be held at the Home on Sunday, December 4, commencing at 2.30 p.m. Exhibitions by the boys'will in clude 'vaulting horse, synchron ised' speed, pyramid building, comedy gymnastics, - and- several comedy sketches. Members of the Home. Auxiliary will provide afternoon tea at a nominal charge and good support from the dis trict public will be appreciated - This effort by the Home Aux iliary will be the prelude to ;the annual Christmas Appeal, where by it is hoped to raise £5000-an amount which is needed urgently to- cope with rising costs of food, clothing and other vital items.. Ten thousand letters are being sent out. in connection with this year's appeal, including. 5000 to leading citizens of the Peninsula. Plans are in hand for the erec tion of a new ablution block and reading-room' at the Home..When t...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

PAGE S.-THE STANDARD, ThurEday, November 17, .949;. , SA N-NO UN C I N G ... - THE OPENING OF THE NEW S ...BODY REPAIRS AND REDUCOING -DEPARTMENT, WITH.THE. LATEST EQUIPMENT LET US QUOTE YOU FOR REPAIRS AND REDUCOING - SMASH REPAIRS A. SPECIALITY M SEN BROS. CHELSEA GARAGE- - Chelsea 153 - °-I -IU;P/L5CUVIC?LHI e?'h# ?n'?' SEWING "MACHiNE SERVICE DEPOT All types of sewing machines repaired. 56 YOUNG ST., FIRANESTON Phone 494 Weekly 'isits throughout Peninsula FENCING 5ft. PALINGS ERECTED Or Materials only. M.' ROWSTON. 61 FEWSTER RD., HAMPTON. XW3556. QUALCAST LAWNMOWERS are STILL the BEST and Cheapest Obtainable from all leading HARDWARE STORES HEmE WHUE U Emmr a FRANKSTON, MECHANICS' LIBRARY New and Up-to-Fate Books 6ubscrintio:: -. 10/- year; 2/6 quarter - Free Reading Room - HOURS: 9.30 a.m. to 11.30 daily Saturdays,; 9 a.m.-to- 12 SMcCOMB'S TRANSPORT. M E L'B O U-R N E " DAILY SERVICE. F`rankston Depot : 19 William Street. (Phone Frenkston SO, 217). Melbourne Depot, : 9 fEonsda...

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TOM HEANEY BEST "PADDY" O'BRIEN ON BEST HALF-FORWARD [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

TOM IEANEY BEST .iADDY" O'BRIEN `ON BEST. HALF-FORWARD This week, a jovial giant wall-* ed into "The Standard" office, Fankston, the prson of 'Paddy" O'Brien, former famous Carlton, League half-back, who has now recovered completely from his seriOus motor. mishap, and is looking 'very fit. Chatting about League foot ball of his hey-day, the "Old Master' voiced the firm opinion that the late Tom Heaney (form er Richmond " and Fitzroy half forward) was always the. hardest half-forward for him (Paddy O'Brien) to beat during liis whole football career. Paddy agreed also, that Heaney was the highest mark he. every saw play the grand old game.

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The Standard SPORTING ROUNDUP [?]ANKSTON [?] CHELSEA [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

L SPORTING RaUNDSUP Im anunumui llmluleanninimulur u numauu n usumm ESTON ON CHELSEA innings, 10, Schoer wsnith First inn ith-23 not ANKS t innings s 17, Car for 8). First inn v. BENT First inn LUB ere wash was com iran and ade 105 in Frankston or Prahran L. Green 6; bowling: d2 for 7, 2 for 11. S. Peters , N. Mesley 2 for 6, B. ve ry 2 for for 33.

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R.V.I.B. [?] SUCCESSFU[?] CHRIST [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

SUCCESSH CHRISI There nos )opse to the Sas Cheer children on stall was & House by the Mrs. Kimpton was made in Great appr a1 who helps Sof the effort collected abS Street-a vet The last n will be held nI MondaY uick busio. ill be follo noon wit a and tea. 'h

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Eric Hall Arrives in [?] SYDNEY, Monday— [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

Eric Hall Arrives in (Froni Stuialni1'S Special (arre., ponddilt.) SYDNEY, Monday Victorian bus services were equal, to any in the world, man ager of Dyson's Peninsula Bus Lines (Mr. E. AI. Hall), said here today.-. He said fares charged iin Aus tralia were much lower than those in' operation in other parts of the world. S.Mr. Hall - arrived in Sydney today. after a pleasant voyage from America, where he has beenl studying methods used by large U.S.: bus operators. Main reason for Mr. Hall's world tour was to bring bacl new ideas for bus services opera ted by his company. So advanced has his company been, however, that he found little that ca. he put into operation.

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SCOUT [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

1st Committee ,in hand for the "bum Saturday , to be Ci Robert Kn It 2.30 P A bosat grill assure i~,and the aed ptleat ug odt e

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SCOUT [?] HALL [?] GENER[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

SCOUT G The that theW Scouts 1m Allchlin, miles to Mootl mo only to invitations. modationa ico Hall has mittee no

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P.M.G. "COUNT" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

.-P.M.G. ***COUNT' SLg r residets ;are ;g1 reminded;r that tlhe tahng place codint" is. this moatl tRnpl~De by the Postmaster Generl De partment; hence..eero i uged s to post as many, a ? la . i?lll sible ,loc llY. As.tI ,mdl deli'ery is n danger of tinuance this i espldel able. If this TacifitYe we.lre - .. . to lacy., o? ?,bdtl it would b e Caaniitous Ja·.

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(Advertisement) FOR THESE SMALL MERCIES ... [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

(Advertisement) FOR THESE SMALL MERCIES. . (By "Democrat") ACCORDING to the F6deral Attorney-General (Dr. Evatt) electors should go to., the polls on December 10 with no other thought but one, of gratitude to Labor for the -fact that there is work for all who ,want it in Aus S:Most. . people,.. will .certainly think': about .' employment, among other things, ,when, they .express their.' political opinions. At the same time; no' doubt, .they will be' conscious , of. the weather. They will :not 'hold Labor re sponsible for the climate. Nor will' any discriminating person glibly assume that .full" employ ment hlasbeen 'biought about by the "fact' that' this or that party holds'.office 'in: Canberra. SLabor's 'policy -has :'added to a shoirtage' of manpower in this country by building up an un necessarily large public service. But it is nonsense for the Gov ernmenitto claim that'it invented full employment. .The war created'such' world-wide demands for food and other raw materials that ...

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[?]CH NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

I NEWS chool: This bulding way school le doble urpose f.day sremainder Ie t ed cirfie . can sbe e rected. he of the ae expects: -:to ,oe begin l ..aie operations shortly. G it to ac, d! the the its. ex that this mly ipes ex that lay its ken ple Any in 'hat hich use Ad t its Oak iday, n the leigh urch

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

O .CLEAN d ry Cleaners S TREET HAMPTON HA Phone: XW2439 JOHN JARVIS CO., Tailors, Beach Street) yING ON HER BUSINESS AS USUAL . CERY OF QUALITY * gNEIS' efor Men AND FRANKSTON. . TER DRY CLEANERS SERVICE FIBROUS PLASTER FACTURING CO. . NICES AND PANELS * JEDIATE DELIVERY . Sheets Available) CT OUR STOCKS --:: TREET, BALACLAVA ' NE: LF 1933 ' RING TYABB 262 for . . ` . PANEL BEATING AND' DUCOING. - HOODS -BOWS - -UPHOLSTERY- - B CAR SALES . IN CARS, TRUCKS, UTILITIES . 'EW MOTOR CYCLE from us, mention.,-., E Pillion Seat and foot Rests, Regis 'umber Plates Fitted, Petrol and Oil,: months' Free Service. District Agents for Matchless, B.S.A., Sunbeam, A.J.S.,- Ariel,' Triumph, Velocette, Francis Barnett. Distributors of Jawa and Ogar CASH . .. TERMIS . TRADE IN. ::. 6,S.A, 150 M.P.G. £36 Deposit . BROS. MOTOR CYCLES g(Opp. Station) liepairs - Estab. 15 years SELOCHROME FILMS ALL CAMERAS LOPED AND PRINTED YS' SERVICE AT .. T, F RA?NeS? ":N: Shower of Blessing Every Sunday. Morning at 8....

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NOT ASHAMED OF GOOD NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

NOT ASHAMED OF GOOD NEWS. - " preaching at Frankston Metho dist hurch last Sunday, morning ithe RevC J. Freeman took as' the xt Romans 1, verse 16-"I is tet ashamed of thelgospel 'ofP hrist, for it is the power of' God unto salvation to, everyone that beie eth"cher, said:, "Paul was. n Corinth when he', wrote this apistle to the Roiians He .looked forwvard to the time when "he oul d visit Rome; and was ready to preach the gospel there. Rome aos a chief centre of culture.' in the cnown world. It was 'a great city, but to shrink from preach ing the gospel there would'.sug gest he was ashamed of it, and he was not, as we gather from the. text. Moreover, he gives., his eaon, namely, "for it is' the power of God unto .salvation." Many are ashamed and refrain from associating with the Church or Christian people, because they apparently think it is' not becom ing to do so. And again,. unfor tunately many who are nominal Christians are not loyal to Jesus Christ. Like Peter, they 'deny the L...

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ALFRED HOSPITAL JUMBLE SALE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

ALFRED HOSPITAL; JUMBLE SALE :: A'Jumble Sale is advertised in this issue for the Alfred I-Iospi taL Auxiliary at Mrs. Payne's re sidence, 52 Wells Street,

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