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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
.IPhillip Island. I)irectory Newhaven :: Phillip Island OCEAN VIEW HOUSE - SEASIDE and Country co:cbiued. Two minutes from Beach and Pier. Beautifully situated, surrounded by flower garden and orchard. Commands a view of Westernpozt Buy, Bass Ranges and Bass Strait. Cape Woolamai, the home of the mutton bird, is within walking distance., Dairy, Farm and .Orclard Produce. Piano, Tennis Court, Fishing and Sh6oting, Drives, Boats. Every attentimu. Steamer "Genista" calls daily. Post and Telephone Office in House. Afternoon Tea and Fruit Luncheon provided for tourists by road. Visitors are requested to bring their own Towels. T'ake rail to Stouy Point, thence steamer. Passengers to New haven should book through to San R-mo. MSR L. A. TODD, Proprietress Terms :-55, - per week or 10,'- per day. Genista House THE BEST PLACE ON PHILLIP ISLAND Oaerlookino Wtsternport Bay ., Close to, Beac C COWES S INTENDING Visitors . ?Phillip Island are notified that' we have taken over the above Extensive...
GENERAL MATCHES. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
.GENERAL MATCHES. ; - lee -RANJKSTON.;: . Lawrey, c: Wright, b dJ. Biggs 22 F. Jolly (ept ); `b Boyd .. 2 'W. Hanton, run out .. . 22 N. Baxter, c Carlson, b Green .` :9 G. Luff, stpd Carlson, b Forsyth 11 W. McComb, b Wright ..0.. ?; 0 G:Pcteri, c Matheson, b Gre'.en.,:- .0 A:MHolt; c and b Forsyth..:. Arthuri IHague, not out .. J".McCoib, c, Forsyth, b Greenrý: 1 S?uParon?s c Laging,l b Gredn ...;2 S..Sundries"' . ... .. 4 Total 86 Bowling.-Green 5 for11," Wright 1Jfor 11; Forsyth 2 .foro 17, J. Biggs 1 for 13, Boyd 1. for 22. CARRUM. E.' Laging, .stpd Lawrcy;,.b Luff: 9 .W.- Carlson;' c J. McCojib,. b Han-... +-ton,;..-.... .. ....;.-65 J. 'Biggs;t'retircd: ' ,. :" -'".' ;;12. B. Biggs, retired ......... 16 A. Boyd,'retired.. .. .... 39 A. Matheson, b Petrie ...... 11 F. Davis, b Baxter .. .... 4 D. 'Wright, not out .. ... ... 15 L V. Green, not out .... 7 Sundries.. ..... . .. 11 1 4. 1 Wickets.for o .:.. :. 190 :Bowling-?-Holt 0 for 33, Luff 1 for, 28, Jolly? 0, for .19, .W.; M...
AVERAGES TO DATE. COWES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
* AVAEKAES TO DATE. COWES. Batsian. -q: Total' Inn's. N;0:'.Av F.Jenner .;1, g ý X -4,/ *-0o32.6 E.:Jeender ..*. :91 4 .1 30.3 N. McLardy .. 65 4. 0 16.25 H. Jeliner... 25 4: 0 6.25 F.':Hatfield: .72-"- '4:' :0'O 18 , G. Jenner. :-,.'. 47s - '4, 0 11.75 A. McLardy'.f;': 15"' "' 27 ":1 '"15 C. Croft ..'. 2 0 0.5 - :oyce' - 30 ,"1 0 80 ' Clari ?:,. --, 17 3' 0 ; 5.6 --? tillia~s-.. ; 8 2 1 '0 4. -i J. fMcColl':-. 2 -" i. VENTNOR .: : ... .. Jennr .. . 13( 4...- 0 ;13.25 GC. Bruton .. 5 ,4;i 0 ..13.75 C. .Redmile,,.. . t: 4 3 . ' : '0 ?,' 1.3 R.;Harris.... 14 3 0 :4.6 9G:.Dixoiin'..' .. : 3 i ' 1'..i 4.5 iB.'Edgar .. :.'5,S3- ;.,4:,,: 0 " 13.25 T. Jones 3... .., 3 . ',:3 -. . 1 ,B. Denll:in. .41 ;- :4 -.0, -10.25 W. Jeffrey. ;:0!.'11 - E. Dixon . : 27,.- 2,o l1- 27 L. Jottes .... ., 2:. 1' 2 2 RHYLL ; WW. Reid .. . 31" : 1.' 0 31 P. McFee. .. ::;32' '4 0" 8 O.' Boys .'. . 164 4: 0 26 ;S.':McFee '.. 33: 4 0': 8.25 K.:Mclvlwraitli 10' 4- 0.:. 2.5 S. Walton .:; 30:'. 2 0 ;:'15 R.: Walton,...
Cricket Saturday's Matches CAULFIELD AND MOORABBIN. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
ICSaturday's Matched; CAULT'IELD AND' MOORABBIN." FRANKSTON. - B. Baxter, l.b.w., b J. Gartelde +-"18 Watkins, not? out.: :" = ': r 21 Box, b J. Garteide 0 Earl iann outi? ` 1 5 K.,mp, a and b J. Gartside 5 Deane, b Rose, - 0 Burton, e and b Rose f 0 McCullocb, b J. Gartaide 0 H. McComb, b Campbell .. 5 Kennedy, absent 0 Ray Baxter, 'absent,..? P? - Sundsrltes ;", p " CHELTENHAM. :9 -Gartaide, ,sb :ur!toan'--"· ' l l:¢W W. Gartside, a B. Baxter, b Kemp 6 rGarth, runoltR .- :,o : "b 0. Judd l Eala9i o9 T Garirelde; 'i B Baxter; b pmp 6 Rose, lI Ear1iti 12 Campbell,` and b Kemp."` -0 Dikile;;:o Box, IbKem '.:' 30 1Fisbhor, a Earle, blKempnp .16 Butler? b Keinp , IO Ruit, nriot out 1 Sundries 6 Total 113 Bowling-Kemp 6 x _3, 2 Burton,
PHILLIP ISLAND OFFERS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
.PHILLIP ISLAND OFFERS. Western 'Port.-Magnificent yacht ing and fishing; glorious bathing beaches, perfectly safe; wonderftl coastal scenery; fine motor drives at smaill expensc;-delightful climate, 20 degrees below average mainland temn-, peratutres; S.ports.-Cricket. tennis, golf, bil liards, fishing, shooting, every con venience, SCHOOL i"BREAK-UP.", The Cowes School Committee have arranged for a lively celebration' to the school term holidays. On. Fri day, the 23rd, a juvenile party, with a Xmas tree, prize distribution and social entertainments, to be followed by.a supper and dance, will be. given to the scholars, while a gift will be made by Father Xmas to every child present. -The event is being: anxiously looked forward to by'the. children of the Island. The season this year- was quite a week later than usual, the first real flight being observed at 7.50 p.m. on the 25th November. Great num bers of the birds continue to spend their nights ashore at McHFfie's, Forest's' Cave...
LANGWARRIN. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
LANGWARRIN. Bowells, b; Brushfield 0. ..'.. : 0 H. Ridout c !Freeman;b "Brushfieldi3 H. Simcock, c. Freemani, b.:Brush :· field 0 G; :Young, c-Cavell,:b Freeman .' 3 S. Adderlcy, b :Brushfiefd' .'.. 10 R. :Parker,=- run •out,.-. .-..- - .. :1 F. Williamts, not out ..+..= .: ., 2 G.: Wittingham, run :out. . .:'. 5 S. Wilson, b Brushfield.d: . i. -?.:o~ f. ,Pete.sic; Johanscni; b.'Brush- 3 . field '.i P: L6. t-r . '. ii:?: '-0 Grarit, b Brushfield,'.. o:;:l..?r; . 0O Sundrics,... . . . . T otal ..: . .. . . .. .. .: 32 - Bovling.--Brushfield W7: for:-7 (in eluding .."hat: trick" with .bthe ;last three balls he, bowled), Freeman: 1 for ,:14 , ,Johansen 0 for. 6.:-;' ? -l?Ai: r:, .... MORNINGTON:- - WV. Rankine, c ,Yodng,hb' Williamins 1 E; Johanseni c Bowells; b: Williams'' C ..Griffeth, run: out ;. +:: .`'. : "20 :N. Frenman; b' Williams .! ' :33 A:.Woolhhsous, lbw;, b- Bowells!: ',7 'A..Briushfield, c ::Sinicock- b H. W. Ca%'ell, b Sinscoek . ... 11' G. ?CGook. not' outn:'. 11': `W. ...
NORTHERN PENINSULA MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
NORTHERN PENINSULA MOOROODUC Anrlrwse, b Thornell . 0 Anderson, a Tyree,'b Thornell 19 Wilson, run out, . Muin ry,c Ma tin, b Hutbioahsn 9 Pummoroy, h Thiornell.. I:. Doxey, b Hutcbinson f 3 I. Grierson, b Thornell 3 Lilywliite, not ot 2 Cavell, W,. Hui bin?sun : B..Grierson, b W. Mutbinson 2 Lucas, a.Milliugton, .' Thornell" 0 Sundries 15 .w"'Total 5 Bowling-Gault,.0 x 14, Thornell, 5 x 16, Hutchinson, 4 x 11. " ' SOMERVILLE. , S. Martin, b Wilson' ' 4 · G, Grant, a Murray b Lilywhite 9 Gault, b Murray 24 Hutchinson;'b'Audersen f 59 Millington; b'??Mrray 11 C. Thornell; l.b.w., bf Do.ey: 1 Tyree:* o Murray,' b Anderson II R. Unthank, b Murray: -' 19 William, Lily' hite, 'b Murray 5 Webb, not out, 17 N. Unthank, not out 6 Sundries 6 Total for 9. wickets 172 Bowling - Wilson, I38 P Murray 4.i40?o; ilywhlte- 1 x 23, mmPeroyi 0r 22, Doxe 'I 22, Aiderson, 2x 21.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
- -TH E-- CO RN. ER STORE -COWES, Phillip Island ' . .i. ' .' ^ ?: · Is the most up-to-date store on Phillip;l' .,. - ' . ..i 'i'Island. We have a fine assortnient of. "' Groceries, '.Drapery,- Ironmongery,..,.. . .::i; ' ;iicGoods, Boot, Shoes, Crockery, S , * Glassware............................Etc, etc.. Campers X:MAS Visitors .Vose can supply. you and New Year W ýo halv a lsrg stock: : with broad, groceris,, of sand shoes, tennis .. : Ire- "h - bacon, ; . PRESENTS : . hoes, . bas.hing cos kerosene, cordials, _____ tuimes, bathing caps, tlnwar, ec, at the - --` iface creams aond pow I. ot' s t notice.. W Tobacco Cigarettes, p Piehorts, otice. C a ,r ders, writing niateri a[ . n: t oo nly t h ,b ?st ? i " ? P i~Ce|C g gnra, eir eramotte s obnd oonly tho bs andCigar C aas. Scents, al, I magzi, es :'and Sbrands of goods and Wallets,'Powders, Hand- books. Woe aljo seil.:* our : . prices are the erchiefse. Needlework sportin cartridgee. ; lowest poseible. * and hundreds of: other . u...
THE "ISLE OF WIGHT" GOLF LINKS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
THE "ISLE OF .WIGHT' GOLF LINKS. ??; These i)cturesque linkis, ",.delight fiilltysituat'cd isith,,threc-quarters of i, mile of the town, haive had some considcrable attention during til?c past few weeks;' anid In fair number of visiting, golfers have ideclared. them selves ; iigfily pl eased' itlf 'the , e cel . ofeth e course. IFull particu-. lai's "nm y be obtaindd from ..thetiSc rctar; "'c/o:T. ie Isle. of Wight Hotel, Coives:. .
OPENING RHYLSTONE PARK BOWLING GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
OPENING RHYLSTONE 'PARK . ,.BOWLING GREEN. SInvitations were issued by Mrs. .1. Vaugha'si to a. large nitilibcr of rcsi dents: and .visitors. to the: opcning.dt the bowling ",Lscason.,, at..Rhlylstnoc. .Paki'R'efF?slh?nents were .ervcddurr-. ing the; afternoon;ontaslavish scale, after"iwhich tlie sgreen was declared opents by Cr.;- ,'McIlwraith.0- .i' oVaughlan :Ihasgcnerously 'offered the use of the green, which- is ;in excel lent order, to visitors to Cowes every Wednesday afternoon doiringithe sea son. - -- ; ..
THE COMING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
"Early rservation" is positively necedsary to seciure. comfortable ac commodation atr the principal hotels and :guests' -houses :on Phillip Is land, .and the summer season 1921 2, of which we have hardly, had a sample, promises to-'be a very long and a very full one, most houses in timating that they are booked to capacity well -into' February, and reservationd have been made right over,.Eastcr; which falls in the mid dle of April. - Holiday-makers seeking accommo dation on Phillip Island are. strongly ailvised to write promptly. -There are . two excellently-mianaged hotels at a tariff of £44/- per week, and a nhmber of good guest houses for 50/- to 70/- per week.
FRUITS IN SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
FRUITS IN SEASON. Mr. Jack Underdown's strawberry farm at Rhyll has been a very popu- lar visiting spot for residents and guests at Cowes. The strawberry yield has exceeded 6cwt. in the first crop, and motor cars have run out daily, filled with lovers of this luscious fruit , who are liberally treated to huges dishes of the berries, plenty of cream and biscuits. To tihe. Edlito .. . Sir,--Tle pqblic of Phillip.Islatnd has lately been-- favored -with. two fine lan tern lectures, and has just missed an other. I hlad the pleasure of officiatinggs?i" the lantern on the two occasions, but I gather that- not too many were over delighted with my part of the entertain ment. I know, of course, they do not blamen.qefor the shortcomintgs; and they ared ratefiul to Mrs. Vaughain for lend ing her lantern, but they iightly sug gest that a-good lantern should be 'ipur chased. - . Mr. French tells-us that a good one will costirom £7/10/- to £10. I under stand that Mr. Anderson, the lion. sec retary...
C. OF E. XMAS SERVICES AT PHILLIP ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 23 December 1921
C. OF E. XMAS SERVICES AT PHILLIP ISLAND. Ventnor.-At 7 a.m., Holy Com- munion. a 11. aSeIa Cowes.--At 8 a.m., Holy Com- munion: at 11 a.mn., Special Xmas Matins and Holy Communion; at 7.30 p.m., Carol Service and Xmas Ad- dress. Rhyll.- At 2.30 p.m., Special Xmas Service (visiting carol singers). Newhaven.- At 3.30 p.,m., Special Xmas Service (visiting carolsingers). Special Xmas sermons will be &nbsp; preached at all services by the Rev. C. H. Clark, of St. Philips, Cowes. At the Mechanics' Hall, Xmas Sunday night, at 8.30 p.m., special united musical service; carols, solos and choruses by a well-trained choir. On Churchill Island, Westernport, is an old muzzle-loading cannon, which belonged to the Confederate privateer, "Shenandoah," which visi- ted Australia in 1865, during the American Civil War. She arrived in Port Phillip Bay in January 1865, and remained at Williamstown un- dergoing repairs for nearly a month. The Government, afraid of interna- tional complications, ...
THE EARLY HISTORY OF WESTERN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 January 1922
THE EARLY HISTORY OF WESTERN PORT. &nbsp; The hall of the Mechanics' Institute at Cowes was filled with an interested audience on the evening of the 14th ult., when Mr. C. R. Long, M.A., a senior inspector of schools, and the editor of the Education Department's publications, gave an illustrated lec ture on "The Early History of West- ern Port." His main object in de- livering the lecture was to bring to a head the idea which a number of the residents of Phillip Island have long had that a cairn bearing a tablet giv- ing historical information concerning the past should be erected on a promi- nent position on the island. The Education Department, in the inter- ests of the children, is desirous of seeing the idea carried out, and Sir James Barrett, as chairman of the &nbsp; &nbsp; National Parks Association, is giving his valuable aid. The president of the Shire (Mr. McFee) had been invited &nbsp; &nbsp; by the Memorial Committee to take the ch...
Sport and Anecdote SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE' [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 January 1922
Sport and Anecdote SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE' &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; NEW YEAR'S EVE. All the old customs and traditions, &nbsp; dear to the hearts of our forefathers, are slowly dying out. But the practice of seeing the old year out and the new year in still remains, and well that it is so. It is the time when Man resolves to take Emerson's advice and hitch his waggon to a star. Like most centres of note, Frankston made merry that night, and went quite silly, excusably, for a time. The Kooyong's had a concert under God's blue canopy; a crowded house wept with Ethel Clayton, and roared with Wallace Reid at the pictures. Outside, all the silly old games, the throwing of confetti and the kiss- ing of the tabbies. Truly, as the youth remarked when he kissed an old fluff of 65 not out, there are moments when you need a Clarion! &nbsp; ANECDOTE. A friend has askcd me, "Are the Ziffs of the present relics of the past?" What do you...
PHILLIP ISLAND. THE UNDESIRABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 January 1922
PHILLIP ISLAND. &nbsp; &nbsp; THE UNDESIRABLE &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A dusty travel-soiled pilgrim hauls himself and a couple of grips up to the entrance gate. Halts, wipes a warm and moist brow with a browny-- colored handkerchief. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; "Rotten hole of a place, this," he exclaims. "'I've been on my feet since 7 o'clock breakfast." &nbsp; &nbsp; "And whose fault is that?" he is asked. "Oh, well," replies our tourist, "I certainly did it fine at Flinders Strcet by a few minutes, but I managed the moving-out train, and had a stand against the window to Stony Point. There I got my bag mixed up with another blighter's, and raced back to the platform—raced back again to the ferry boat, and caught it by a whisker, lost my hat during the crossing over, and altogether had just a 'elluvatimc'." The weary holiday-maker sets off &nbsp; to his room to make a toilet...
A PLEASURE TO ENTERTAIN. CAN YOU BITE ON THIS? [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 January 1922
A PLEASURE TO ENTERTAIN. CAN YOU BITE ON THIS? Another excursionist, equally tired, &nbsp; with a wickedly heavy bag, golf sticks slung on shoulder, lounges across with a cheery smile, the smile of a Digger— "Hello Captain, dashed glad to get here, and it's the real sport for me for a fortnight." &nbsp; "Whatl Yes, could just do a little tiny one." The boy with the glad eye and the cheery word comes into your house, gets a welcome, is regarded as an ac- quisition to the general enjoyment of your guests, and finds himself at once liked and put forward to the amuse- ment committee—finds out the shy singers and elocutors, the girls who are without a dancing partner, and at the end of 14 days you part with your guest as with a sincere friend, apprre- ciative of his courtesies and having in return in every department of your establishent shown him every pos- sible kindness. The Digger returns to the city or bush loud of his praises of your house, your Island, and un- cons...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 January 1922
Established 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Iron mongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash Commonwealth Bank of Austraila HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY. &nbsp; OPEN FOR ALL CLASSES OF General Banking Business In the Principal Cities and Towns of Australia and Rabaul (New Britain); London (2) Savings Bank Department at all Branches, and Savings Bank Agencies at 2802 Post Offices through- out Australia, and at Papua New Britain, Solomon. and other Islands of the Pacific. 3½% Interest on Deposits up to £1,000. 3% Interest on Amounts over £1,000 up to £1,300, &nbsp; JAMES KELL. Sir DENISON MILLER, K.O.M.Q, Deputy Governor July 1st 1920 Governor Railway Station Estate AGENCY BRODY & FARMER Sworn Valuator House, Land, Insurance and Financial Agents Agents for London and Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd. Young Street -- Frankston L. L. Rostron Barrister & Solicitor, Commissioner for Taking Affid...