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TYABB 1 v. BAXTER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
TYABB 1 V. BAXTER 2. . Tyabb, 1st innings 200. Baxter 2, 1st innings-L. Hicks 2, S. Roberts 3, D. McCarthy 1,, D. Hicks, 2, 1R. Young 4, W. Hicks 1, C. .Young 3, M. Hill 0, B. Lewis. 2, J. Green 0, L. Young not out 0. Extras 3. Total 21. Bowling: R. Grieve 2/5, F. Gregory 1/4, E. Unthank 4/5, G. Mirabella 3/4.. Baxter 2, 2nd innings-L. Hicks 12, D. Hicks 0,'D. McCarthy 1, S. Roberts 0, R. Young, 2, W. Hicks 0, C. Young 7, -M. Hill 3,- B. Lewis 1, J. Green 1, L. Young 1;' extrasi 7. Total 35. Bowling: G. Mirabella 0/2, F. .Greg tory 0/3, W. Jouning 8/17, E. Untlank 0/3, R. . Grieve- 1/3. Tyabb won by an innings and 144 runs.
OBITUARY MRS E. A. SHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
OBITUARY MRS. E. A. SHONE. The death occurred on Tuesday of last week at the home of a friend, of aMIrs Elizabeth Annie Shone. The late Mrs Shone had lived for many years with Mrs Foster, Senr., of Somer ville. She is survived by a son, Sen Ior-Constable Shone of Russell Street Her remains were interred .in the Prankston Cemetery, on Thursday, when the pallbearers were Messrs. G. and W. Shepherd, T. White, F. Goodson, 13. Coram, A. Campbell, W. Scott and H. Lee. The burial service was read by the Rev. C. O. Seward and Mr Hector Gamble conducted the funeral ar rangements. ..The coffin-bearers were Messrs. W. and J. Foster and G. and C. Male. MR. F. E. WATSON After a long illness, Mr Frederick Ernest Watson (59) died at his resi dence, Evelyn,.street, Frankston, on Saturday. The late Mr Watson was a well-respected resident of Frankston for 18 years, and is survived by his widow, a son and a daughter. A service was held at the Method ist Church, conducted by Rev. G. A. Osmond, who also...
SOCIAL CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
SOCIAL CRICKET The St. Kilda~ C.C. is playing a social match on Sunday, October 22 against Brighton Football Club cric-. ket team; also on October '29. V.C.A. Scorers' and Umpires' Social Club, including players out of M.C.C. ,play against Hastings Combine So cial: team. :
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
PROFESSIONAL Phone 29 Frankston. Box 25 Frankston W. J. McLEAN SWORN VALUER. REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS AGENT. '588 BAY " STREET, FRANKSTON House, Land and Insuranice Agent. Furnished and 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. IFRANKSTON OFFICE: Every Satur day 3.15 to 8.30 p.m. Trust Money to Lend. MLelbourne Office: 440 Little Collins Street. Telephones: Central No. 9374. Pri vate Residence: Windsor No. 1938. E. W. OLLEY SOLICITOR, ETC. 440 LT. COLL...
MILITIA NEWS WELFARE COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
MILITIA NEWS WELFARE COMMITTEE The, welfare committee of Frank ¢ston- detachment of the 46th Battal 'ion has: sent a 'cheque to the' troops who` dsre on 'guard duty, -for the pur chase .of extra comforts.- A.-message from the -detachment' sstates' .that this action was greatly appreciated. OBTAIN your timber, iron, cement bricks and all building requirements at competitive rates0 from. -Central .Timber. Yard.
FRANKSTON COMMUNITY HOSPITAL LADIES' AUXILIARY [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
PITAL LADIES' AUXILIARY In answer to "many inquiries the president- (Mrs J. C..P.ratt) and mem bers of the committee wish to irform parents that children's frocks may be made of any suitable material, including crepe paper. There are prizes for all styles and especially crepe paper frocks for the forthcom ing children's ball. Donations receiv ed lately and gratefully acknowledg ed are: Miss Kilburn £2/2/, Mrs. Coulsor 10/6, Mr Max Coulson 10/6.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
COMMENTS - EDITORIAL PAGE- - FEAT UR PLAZA THEATRE FRANKSTON Phone Frankston 407. Friday, Saturday, October 21 and 22 One of the year's best. A splendid romance of Racing Thorough. breds, filmed in brilliant technicolor. KENTUCKY Starring Loretta Young, Richard Greene Suitable for General Exhibition Joan Fontaine and Cecil Kellaway in an hilarious comedy drama Blonde Cheat (Not Suitable for General Exhibition) in Addition is a Short Historical Mystery Feature, JOAQUIN MURIETTA Tuesday and Wednesday, October 24 and 25 Errol Flynn, Basil Rathbone, David Niven and Donald Crisp in one of the greatest aviation epics ever filmed. THE DAWN PATROL Not Suitable for General Exhibition. A novel method to solve the cost of living is seen in Living on Love - Featuring James Dunn and Whitney Bourne .'UIalI fotr ti. tlrrta 1':Lt|thtthit1 Also FOX NEWS GAZETTE Friday and Saturday, October 27 and 28 Loretta Young and Warner Baxter in a debonair romantic diama Wife, Husband and Friend Comedy, Thrills...
MRS. M. H. HADDOW [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
MRS. M. H. HADDOW Many floral tributes were seen at the funeral on Saturday of. Mrs Marion Halliday Haddow, who passed away on Thursday at the age of 37 years. She was the wife of Mr Wl Uam P. Haddow, of Balnarring, and her remains were interred in" the Frankston cemetery. The pall-bearers were Messrs T. Haddow, E. Hall, T. Murphy and E. Tuck, and the coffin was borne by Messrs J. Haddow, W. Cochrane, W; Whittaker and R. Searle. The Rev. F. Butchers read the burial service, and the funeral ar rangements were" conoducted by Mr Hector Gamble.
WAR SERVICE FUND [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
WAR SERVICE FUND Frankston citizens are showing great interest in the war service fund which is to provide comforts for all men on active service. Many donations of money and goods have been promised. The president of the Shire of Frankston and Hastings has assured the president of the fund of his support. Donations of any kind may be left at the Soldiers' Hall. On Thursday, October 26, a euchre party Is being held in aid of Runds, and valuable prizes have been donated by supporters. 50/50 DANCE, Mechanics' Hall, Sat urday night. Competitions, novel ties, supper. Admission 1/.
BROADCAST SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
BROADCAST SERVICE -o FROM ST. PAUL'S ?Frankston was brought to the homes of thousands of listeners-in all over the Commonwealth on Sunday when the evening service from St. Paul's Church of England was broad cast over national stations. One mes-.. sage from northern New South Wales. stated that the service was remark able for the clarity of diction during the singing of the choir, which ren dered Seek Ye the Lord, with Master David Penglase as the soloist. The service was attended by members of the Church of England Men's Society, which is holding its. triennial conifer ence at the permanent camp of the Boys' Society at Fiankston. The ser vice was taken by the Bishop of Wan garatta, assisted by the vicar (Rev. A. J. Whyte). Voluntaries 'played by the church organist (Mr J. F. Browh) were: Jeasu, Joy of Man's Desiring, Guillmant's. Cradle Song, and Gothic March by Salome. REVUE' and Dancing Display, Miss Vesper's pupils, Mechanics' Hall, Frankston, Monday, Nov. 20. A wonder show.
C.E.M.S. Camp Week of Christian Fellowship [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
-oOo Week of Christian Fellowship Archbishop Head, opening the triennial conference of the Church of England Men's Society, at Frankston, on .Sunday, said that there was now a call as never before for the church to influence Austra lian manhood. It was the duty of the church, he said, to supply spiritual training to the men in camp and at war. Delegates from all States are attending the conference which will conclude this week-end. They were welcomed to Frankston by the shire president (Cr. A. M. Heath). RABBI AND REFUGE PRORMLEM. Addressing the C.E.M.S. on Mon day, Rabbi Saenger, who had been a Rabbi in Berlin, appealed to his lis teners not to let a differently out' coat or an unusual hat build up an invisible yet impenetrable barrier between themselves and those who were so unfortunately branded "enemy alien." "Refugees are no longer only Jews," said the Rabbi, "they are Protestants and Catholics, for be tween 10 and 15 thou-and Roman Catholics are being expelled from Poland alon...
PLAZA THEATRE FRIDAY, SATURDAY, OCT. 20 and 21 [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
PLAZA THEATRE . FRIDAY, SATURDAY, OCT. 20 and 21 One of the " year's most entertain. ing productions comes to the Plaza next Friday and Skturday,. when Kentucky will be screened. Loretta Young and Richard Greene are seen as two young people who are born to the traditional enmity between their families,' which has been car ried on for generations. Produced entirely in beautiful technicolor, the story has as a fitting and thrilling climax, the Kentucky Derby. The complications which arise from an actress's attempt to break up a romance between a young so ciety man and his employer's daugh ter are depicted in uproarious fash ion in Blonde Cheat. Joan Fontaine is cast as the actress and Derrick de Marney as the victimised young man Others in the cast include Cecil Kellaway and Lilian Bond. In addition is a short historical mystery feature,: Joaquin Murietta, and a Fox News Gazette. TUESDAY,- WEDNESDAy, OCT. 24 and 25. The Dawn Patrol, one of the great test aviation epics ever filmed, wi...
FRANKSTON CRICKET CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
FRANKSTON CRICKET- CLUB :L'he -following B team has been chosen to play Mentone on'thd local ground tomorrow: 0. Davies, L. Legge, A. Oliver, R. Staff, W. Rich ards, J. Cass, H. Avery, E. Johnson, J. Beecroft, K. Lovett, W. Lloyd, F; Nicholson. The C team will not be hlaying. as Moorabbin is moved from I that grade.
POSITION OF CLUBS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
POSITION OF CLUBS .A Grade: Ormond Park 5, Chelten ham 4, Mentone 4, .McKinnon 2, Moo rabbin 2, Mordialloc 1, Parkdale 1, Edithvale 0. B Grade: McKinnon 5, Mentone 4, Frankston 4, Moorabbin 22, Chelten ham 2, Mordialloc 2, St. Matthew's 2, Parkdale 2, Chelsea A.N.A. 1, Ormond Park 1. ? C Grade: Mordialloc 5, Frankston 5, McKinnon 5, Ormond Methodists 5, Ormond Park 5, Beaumaris 4, Men tone C.Y.M.S. 4, St. Matthew's 1, Parkdale 1, Cheltenham 0, Edithivale 0, Heatherton 0, Mentone 0. Moorab bin 0.
SOMERVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
SOMERVILLE --0- An enjoyable social was held in the Parish Hall on Thursday even ing, 12th inst.. It was arranged and conducted by the local Girl Guides and Boy Scouts, in aid of the Red Cross Society. The evening was spent in games, dancing, etc., but un fortunately the success of the event was marred by the inclemency of the weather which prevented many folk from attending, though a fair sum was raised for this wor thy cause. A card party, arranged by Mrs. R. Dawes, and held at her residence on Friday afternoon the 13th inst., prov ed a happy and successful event, at which a sum of £4 was raised to provide a Christmas treat for. local children.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
MENTONE GIRLS' GRAMMAR oSCHOOL: 231 Beach Road. pUBLIC DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AUFEES MODERATE. c ble by Motor Bus from Mordialloc, .Black Rock, Beaumaris, Oakleigh and Dandenong. KINDERGARTEN TO LEAVING HONORS. on Application. Headmistress at home by Appointment s .pchet. 326. J.. McCowan, B.A., Dip. Ed. Headmistress. MENTONE GRAMMAR SCHOOL DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. b.PrlarY to Leaving Honors. Boys admitted to Kindergarten at age of four. Separate Depatmen tt for Junior School. geODERATE FEES. Healthy Surroundings. Ideal Situation. Extensive Grounds. COACHING COLLEGE. NIGHT CLASSES Pupils. Prepared for all Examinations. Complete Provision for Boarders. For Prospectus and Particulars of Scholarships. Apply Acting Head Mistress' Miss B. JOHNSTON. Tel.: Chelt 09. . Tel.: Chelt. 409. lothes Reflect Your - Personality ! have suits regularly, dry cleaned by us and they I will last longer; your appearance will always be smart and your pocket will benefit by the...
UMPIRES FOR SECOND ROUND [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
UMPIRES FOR .SECOND ROUND A Grade: Ormond Park v. Mordial loc (Jones and McKay), Cheltenham v McKinnon (Turner and.G. R. Kerr), Moorabbin v- Parkdale '(Thorogood uid Langfleld), Mentone, a 'bye. B Grade: Frankston v Mentone (McQueen and Theodore), Mordialloc v St. Matthew's (Longthorpe and An drew), McKinnon v Cheltenham (Templeton and Walsh), Parkdale v Moorabbin (Fox and Batchelor), Chel 'ea A.N.A. v. Ormond Park (Williams and Norton). 4% Grade: Heatherton v McKinnon (Roulent and Hawkins), St. .Mat thew's v Mordialloc (Custworth and Anderson), Cheltenham v Mentone C.Y.M.S. (Nye and Ireland), Parkdale v Ormond Park (Robertson and Mes sage), Mentone v Ormond Methodists (F. Kerr and Taylor), Beaumaris and Frankston, byes. lEmergencies: Brockwell, Watson, Jupp, Hartin. All game sto be played on ground of first-named club, with Mentone and Ormond Methodists at Mentone oval.
CRICKET. FRANKSTON - GLENHUNTLY ASSOCIATION B GRADE ORMOND PARK v FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 20 October 1939
0 FRANKSTON . GLENHUNTLY ASSOCIATION B GRADE' ORMOND PARK V FRANKSTON Ormond Park, first innings, 92. Ormond Park, , second. innings. Cusworth .2, Falkner 3, A. James not out 3, Donald 1, Street 0, sundries 3. -Four ·or 12. Bowling 'Richards 0/8, Avery 4/1. Frankston, first innings.-Lovett 32, Avery 21, Davies 5,' Legge 24, Prendergast 9, Staff 0, Oliver 7, Cass 9, Johnson 0, Beecroft 0, Richards not out 12, sundries 10.-Total, 130. Bowling: Newlands 0/31, Foster 2/25, Cusworth 1/34, Falkner 6/31.