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[?] ANK [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
PROFESSIONAL: Mr. John :. eWton,.,?, Dentist, wishes to advise that'he.,is conm mencing practice-:at" 2. Dav.eY, St.; Frankston. i MURIEL E.'. ; ACKENZIE., S Teabche f . PIANOFORTE SINGING :- and THEORY pupils pirepared" for all. Trinity College, London, , and A.M.E.B. *; Examinations ., "Windohk," Cliff Road, and St. ;Paul's Kindergarten Hall. S Phone 891 S.LO'I S P.E. TR I E Teacher of . PIANOFORTE 6 BALMORAL ST., FRANKSTOI Phone 926 : ' ILLIAM, G. LILLEY PIANOFORTE S TEACHER Pupils" piepared for all University ` Conservatorium Examinations. First class piano: tuning Teaching : -Address: 52 - Wells St. Private Address: 130 William. St., Frankston PUBLIC' NOTICE .P?UBLIC :,NOTICEl SIwish to apologisei'to the many :people . ,who attendedI.;,Dandaloo last Sunday 'fori the unavoidable postponement of the ,prograinme. (Mrs.) D: JARVIS. Fruiterer and Greengrocir, :wishes ..,to ":notify, .his : many cus toniers.thatlihe is confined to hos pital, having. met with . an acci dent;-and will ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
MR. T. HOBDAY, of Nhill, and his bride (formerly Miss G. Wagner, of Somerville), who were married at the Presbyterian Church, Frankston, last Saturday. -Michael Toohey, Fkstn. 692. MR. T. R.. HARRIS, of N.S.W., and his bride (formerly Miss G. V. Freeman, of Mornington), who were married at the Methodist' Church, Mornington, last Satur-, day. -Michael Toohey, Fkstn. 692. MR. E. CURTIS, of Cambeyeaell, and his bride (formerly M~iss N. Yuill, of' Seaford), .who were married- at the Presbyterian Church, Frankston. -Michael Toohey, Fkstn. 692.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
FEDERAL ELE C.TdIOi6Ns, U IN I. ,"a S.I 113 pI ~ i: p·~i:.· *; * r *Il· p.:W*·` p R. E. NILSON ENDORSED LABOR CANDID ATE; .for ILL SPEA AT . . . .. SIMECHANiCS' INSTITUTE, FRANKSTON * ON THURSDAY; NOVEMBER 24th; at 8 P.M. M Supporting Speakers: * Senator F. Katz and Hon. W. Barry, M.L.A. ? TO MAINTAIN_ U * PROSPERITY AND FULL EMPLOYMENT :m SUPPORT THE CHIFLEY GOVERNMENT " .? VOTE U 1 W WILSON. I. E.. . Authorised by G.. L. Sowerulntts, G Morton Gdrove. Chelseit U UUUUEUEEEEEUU•HM?lSi??MENU. UUENUUEEE?: SENTE ELECTIONS -:: VOTE -EFOR.: HENR-Y GEORGE: " IE o IReduced' Taxation. ,Redu-ced. Tariffs,.. ,* :Freedomn to 'Inioport :and Expkort * Free Enterprise: .,., * Free Marketing * Electoral Reform " Correct. Functioning of Senate ATKINSON, J. M. p .: BAWDEN, L. F. ,,. SERPELL, MRS. E.i: We Appeal for IFunds and Offers,: of-, Help. Write rfor' Our Manifesto Autolibrsed " .by.; R. N.: COLLISON; He nr Gedrge?League, .18 George Parade (off ?i3 'Collins Street) I S'. Melbourne. • '~ ?:?-x-I...
SOCIAL TENT I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
SOCIAL TENT . O. R. The quarterly meeting of the Social Tent I.O.R. was. held Q. the evening of Noveinber 8 in the Willard Hall. i In the absence of the Chief Ruler, Bro. A. M. Eadie opened the meeting, before inviting Dis-: trict Director, Bro. N. J. Stephens, who represented the Victorian District, to take the chair. I After the . transaction of rol? tine business, the election of office-bearers was held, and re sulted as follows: Chief Ruler, Bro: A. M. Eadie; Deputy Chief Ruler, Brd. H. J. Bryant; treasur er, Bro. A. M. Eadie; secretary, Sis. T. J. L awrey; deputy secre tary, Bro. R. N. Jackson; writing steward, Sis. F. G: Hosking; money steward, Bro. R. N. Jack son; Levite, Bro. R. Cooper; Guardian, Bro. C. Proctor; audi tors, Bros. H. J. Lucas and C. B. Sanders. Messages of goodwill and re gret at non-attendance were re *ceived from- the Tent's senior member, ,Bro. H. McComb, and from the Chief Ruler,. Bro. FoW ler. The persistent illness of tle latter was the subject of matiy...
HUGHES FOR FLINDERS THE BIGGEST ISSUES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
HUGHES FOR FLINDERS THE BIGGEST.. ISSUES. Towering over every other issue in .this election is the ques tion of .ld, w . co-operation .for peace. Linked with. it is the mat ter of.world .food supply..and the under-fed millions in backward countries. Labor has ,built the present programme of: co-opera tion' in -the U.N.O. 0 Only,Labbi, backed by the ,will of the work ers can continue and extend the' programme ensuring world peace based on justice:' The 'daily' Press of the past .week contained the. following interesting and danger ous statement: "Huge Food Surpluses Set U.S. Great Problem,". . .'Then followed details of, stores filled to capacity, and this final sentence: "The. United States- is now.- fac ed .with this choice:': She can dump her surpluses, -give them away, or. leave them to rot."' In 1928, a similar situation' had arisen. And -with the collapse'.of wheat the depression was ushier= ed in. -- Japan invaded China, and the '-first steps ;leading. to World War. II..were t...
RYAN FOR FLINDERS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
" FLINDERS As the Eederal. election , ap proiches and- ,the campaign w arms up, it becomes increasing ly, evident that the. Labori Party is facing the result of the poll-on December 10 with very grave misgivings.. Overwhelming "evi "deunce of this is shown by its. frantic efforts to whitewash its socialistic .:programine_..Ihe so called" :Blackburn-.. Interpretation of Labor's` official.: socialistic,;ob jective has been dug up from a decent interment ',of. 28 years, and has suddenly become an iteml in the socialistic creed. " Why, has: Labor found it neces sar, to. publicise this supposed interpretation. now, : after it had been in cold storage for so long? Why, is it so difficult nowv to obtain a . printed 4copy of the SOfficigal Platform 'n of. the ./Labori SParty; which conitains- tthe :party objective; The" ° Soolalisation of Industr, :Produiction, Distributioni and: Exchange without::qualiflca - :tion or limitation? : hy,. is it : that; Labor is ;nowi? printing a :new .version...
STUDENT'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
:,.-STUDENT'S CONCERT. :.' , Leo. Cobllins'.,School f. 'Music will, hold :a'-'students' concert i.qn Satiurd?ay; November; '26,? ih , teli Mechianics': Hall, Frankstoi. A varied:programme will in clude' scenes .from oper? includ .ing' " Wallace's "Maritana and' Woodforde-Finden's "Little .Cac tus 'Flomower."'.. The iseniors concert will corhn mence at 8 iipm. Persons desirip'g, to attend the ,juniors' preliminary sessiofi: should be in their seats by ;6.45 ip.;m,'"at which, time the junior programme conifmeences.: Invitationswvill be sent onre quest :toi Box 101, t Post: Office, Frankston:..: ... :; ;, ,: -/.;..;*
CORRESPONDENCE A DIFFERENCE OF OPINION (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
-CORRESPONDENCE SA DIFFERENCE OF OPINION (To the Editor) Sir, - I Irould like to reply * briefly to Mr. Gowers' opinions * in your issue of 10th November. I am quite sure that ample means are provided in the constitutioni . of .the A.L.P. for unjust or. anti U Labbr acts of its executive to be reversed at Easter conference. I am equally sure that an act is not necessarily unjust or . anti Labor because Mr. Goweis 'says that it is so.. - The questioin of broken pledges has now been thorooughly. venti lated, and most electors are,:r am sure, tired of. the- constant re Siteration of the domestic issue" of Mr. Hughes'- endorsemient ".'.-,This election. is being foiight to secure the& future of Australia, not . to n enable, the' electors to djass" juiadg merit on' Mi. Hughes' grievance which'he would not'submit"to the appropriate tribunal.' 'The gr'eatest" handicap: which Mr.. Hughes has ,to face in this election is his association' with Mr. Gowers. Mr. Gowers is an avowed .milit...
MUNICIPAL SHIRE OF FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS PUBLIC MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
MUNICIPAL_____ sHR81TiE OT IRANKSTON AND HASTINGS PUBLIC .MEETING A Public Meeting will be held in the-Lodge Room at the Mech anics' Institute, Frankston, on i WEDNESDAY, 23rd NOVEMBER, 1949, at 8 o'clock p.m. . The-purpose of tlhe: meeting :s to discuss the future celebration. of Australia Day in Frankstol. , 4 .-General" Savige. ha- kindly conqented to address the meeting, and! it is hoped .that all. nterested persons: will be ;in atteindance.,, S-C . i- J CAR-PENlTER,,: . - 1 1-!.. " ;.%- : '.:. ,".Shirec.Presldent.
RAIN STORM 240 POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
-RAIN STORM 240 POINTS. Friday night's devastating downpour, 'which caused such. havoc in Frankston and Shire streets and roads, did not com pare with the cloudburst of. last Christmas, but the damage on this occasion was, strangely enough, considerably worse; The gauge of "The Standard's" offi cial ."Weather Man," Mr. W. J. McLean, Melbourne: Road, Frank ston,..showed that a-total of 240 points of rain fell in. Frankston on Friday.night . . ' .
GRAND HOTEL GUESTS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
GRAND IIHOTEL GUESTS Recent guests at Grand Hote], Frankston, are Mr. and. Mrs. J. Irwin (Kyabramr. Mr. and Mrs. R. Johnstone (Adelaide), Miss J. McKay (Neutral Bay, Sydney), Mr. and Mrs. J. Creati (Haw thorn). Mr..R. J. Barlow (Chief Engineer, "S.S. Lakemba"), Mr. and Mrs. .Mountjouris (North cote), Mr. C. Donnelly (Diggers' Rest), Mr. C. Redrop (Bacchus Marsh), Mr. and MrL. C. Viaeni (Woonack, U.S.A), Mr. Stanley B. Smith (Olinda), Mr. and Mrs, Bernath (Poowong East), Mr. Bi Jury (Strathmerton), Mr. and Mrs. J. Male (Blackburn), Mr. T Holiday (Nhill).
HONOR CARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
*' ;,? ý HOfNOR: CARDS. .Special Honour Cards awarded ,to: Nelle .Herh; David Brame, rLbrraine " Dixon, "VIaureen. Free, B6verley Hayso m,' Barrie Patter 'so, .Pat Tath?i? Diana Rodsted, rBar baia :Firth Beryl Paul, Eric Jewill. Georgeg;Kem pton, Lorna Moller, Angelina Albrecht, Valda Genge, Violet 'Pennisi, Marieta Gibson. &nbsp; &nbsp; oHoori ?u" Cards ' awarded to: rB?6ice iv'well' 'Pamela Freak, Judith Barrington, Pamela Watts, Jill Hyde, Fi ed 'Woriersley, Lor rairie' Henly, 'Barbara Thompson, MVIarietad; Gibs'bn;: :Julia Laven, LyrIettie" Avery,- Maigaret Lang, Yvonne" Dixon, ;'Beverley Bate manri;,Christirie Barlow, Ann Mor Is' ??Barbara' Jordan, Billy *Mc MIahon. .., ' "
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
DEATH &nbsp; &nbsp; RAYBOULD.—On November 12th &nbsp; (suddenly), Arthur John Boulton &nbsp; &nbsp; (late 1st A.I.F.), Transport Divi- sion, Dyson's Motors Pty. Ltd. Respected by all. —Inserted by Dyson's Motors Pty. Ltd. and Staff. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BEREAVEMENT MRS. S. BUFFINGTON wishes to Thank all relatives and friends for floral tributes, cards, and telegrams in the recent sad loss of her husband. Special thanks to Drs. Plowman and Waldy, and Hospital Staff. Please ac- cept this as a personal expres- sion of sincere gratitude. &nbsp;
HENRY GEORGE LEAGUE SENATE CANDIDATES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
HENRY GEORGE LEAGUE SENATE CANDIDATES In addition to the two main &nbsp; parties we are informed that there is to be a Group of three Senate candidates submitted by the Henry George League, headed by Mr. J. M. Atkinson and supported by Mr. L. F. Bawden and Mrs. E. Serpell. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. Atkinson is familiar to a wide radio audience as Chairman of the popular 3DB. "Heckle Hour" session. He is also well known as a debater and public &nbsp; speaker and through his activities in the Country Party and is expected to poll well. All three &nbsp; &nbsp; candidates are opponents of the increasing restrictions being imposed by Governments upon individual &nbsp; &nbsp; freedom. &nbsp; The campaign secretary stated that the Group has a better claim to represent electors in the "'House of Review" than that of the regular &nbsp; parties because the Group'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
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