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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 January 1922
CARRUM DIRECTORY &nbsp; Seacombe House Opposite Station Beach Frontage &nbsp; Phone 1 Carrum CARRUM Phone 1 Carrum Under New Management Mrs A. Samuels (late of Essendon), Proprietress. Vacancies for Boarders. Reasonable Winter and Summer Tariff. Meals at all Hours. Afternoon Tea, Cakes, etc. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, Good Accommodation. A Home away from Home Confectionary, Soft Drinks, Soda Fountain, Tobacco Cigarettes, Cigars, &c. &nbsp; Motor Accessories & Oils Benzine, &c stocked. Only the Best Brands and Makes in Stock. General Grocer -Provision Store GOODS FRESH AND CLEAN A. H. Hacking "You Can Pay More, but Cannot Get Better" &nbsp; Opposite Fire Station Point Nepean Road &nbsp; &nbsp; Carrum All Goods at City Prices &nbsp; &nbsp; We Have Up-to-Date Cool Chambers "MIA MIA" &nbsp; &nbsp; Under New Management Wine Saloo...
Cricket GENERAL MATCHES. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 January 1922
GENENRAL MATCHES. &nbsp; FRANKSTON. W. Hanton, c Hickling, b Palmer 17 C. Lawrey, b Bladen 3 W. E. Watkins, retired 36 M. Kemp, c Tatam, b Bladen 32 A. Kelso, retired 30 B. Baxter, retired &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; H. McComb, c Rooney, b Tatam &nbsp; R. F. Burton, b Mason &nbsp; J. McComb, c Bladen, b Mason &nbsp; G. Luff, b Bladen &nbsp; &nbsp; G. Petrie, not out 1 &nbsp; Sundries 6 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Total 168 Frankston won by an innings and 43 runs. UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL. Mason, b Kemp 6 Palmer, st. Lawrey, b Kemp 12 Bladen, b Kemp 3 Tatam, b Kemp 17 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Thomas, c & b. Kemp 0 &nbsp; Rooney, c Kemp, b Baxter 2 &nbsp; &nbsp; Westcott, b Baxter 1 &nbsp; Arter, b Baxter 1 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Walker not out 4 Wilmot, c H. McComb, b Baxt...
CARRUM v. SLUG UPS. (Week-enders). Monday, December 26th. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 January 1922
CARRUM v. SLUG UPS. (Week-enders). &nbsp; Monday, December 26th. First Innings. Frazer, c., b Forsyth 3 &nbsp; &nbsp; G. Symons, jun., b Biggs 0 Woods, b Forsyth 0 &nbsp; &nbsp; Goldy, c., b Forsyth 0 Young, c., b Forsyth 3 &nbsp; &nbsp; Arnold, b Biggs 3 Pearsen, c., b Biggs 3 &nbsp; &nbsp; G. Symons, sen., c., b Forsyth 4 &nbsp; &nbsp; West. b Biggs 1 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Malcolm, b Biggs 3 &nbsp; Laine, not out 1 &nbsp; &nbsp; Sundry 1 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Total 22 &nbsp; &nbsp; Second Innings Symons, jun., c.,b Green 10 &nbsp; Frazer, c., b Biggs. sen. 17 Woods b Green 2 &nbsp; &nbsp; Goldy, b Biggs, sen 3 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Arnold, c., b Laging 11 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Young, c., b Laging 12 &nbs...
CARRUM v. CRANBOURNE. (First defeat.) Saturday, December 31st. CRANBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 January 1922
CARRUM v. CRANBOURNE. (First defeat.) Saturday, December 31st. CRANBOURNE &nbsp; Schultze, c Wright, b Boyd 7 &nbsp; Campbell, b Boyd 1 &nbsp; &nbsp; Squire, stpd. Carlson, b Forsyth 75 Hayball, b Forsyth 24 &nbsp; &nbsp; Bennett, b Boyd 20 &nbsp; &nbsp; Hunter, b Wright 2 &nbsp; &nbsp; Buchanan, c Carlson, b Forsyth 9 Greening, b Biggs 6 &nbsp; Graham, b Forsyth 6 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Blanchcrowe, not out 3 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Brown, c and b B. Biggs 0 &nbsp; &nbsp; Sals. c Carlson, b B. Biggs 5 Sundries 6 &nbsp; &nbsp; Total 158 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Bowling.—B. Biggs, three wickets for 17 runs; Boyd, three for 27; Forsyth, four for 47; Wright, one for 25; Biggs, sen., none for 9; Allan, none for 12; Green, none for 15. CARRUM &nbsp; &nbsp; Carlson, c., b Schult...
ADVANCE, FRANKSTON! To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 January 1922
ADVANCE, FRANKSTON! To the Editor. Sir—May I congratulate you for the &nbsp; very fine efforts you have made during the past year to make your journal of such importance that the public of other districts look upon Frankston and the Peninsula as a progressive and live place? I must also congratulate you on your enterprise in publishing a second journal for the southern districts, and which has the best wishes of all for its success: there can be no reason to think otherwise when the wonderful advance that has taken place in 'The Standard" is considered. For these great improve- ments, and for the able manner in which you edit your news, making such news a delight to read, you deserve the thanks of the public, who, I feel sure, will join with me in wishing you a prosperous new year.— Yours, etc., GEORGE UPTON &nbsp; Langwarrin. &nbsp;
A SOMERVILLE SECRETARYSHIP. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 January 1922
A SOMERVILLE SECRETARYSHIP To the Editor. Sir.—I would like to ask "Disgust- ed Shareholder" what he is disgusted about? Why don't he come straight to the point and say whether he &nbsp; thinks Mr. C. Murray incapable of carrying out the secretaryship or whether he thinks the committe, or directors, are incapable of electing a secretary? If he has read the rules, he cannot think that they had no right to elect the secretary, as the rules state the committee shall elect the secretary, also that the committee shall consist of five, three to form a quorum. When two committeemen resigned to take the secretaryship on the same night it left the other three to do the business. If the rules are wrong get them altered, but don't drag the names of the committee be- fore the public as if they had done something wrong or underhand. What a hero he must feel, to bring all the names of the committee before the public and bravely hide his own. It looks to me, as if "Disgusted Share- holder"...
THANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 January 1922
THANKS. The secretary Somerville Crickct Club begs to acknowledge with thanks the following donations:—Mr. C. Copsey, £5/1-; Mr. Geo. Keast, £1 1/-; Mr. C. Moore, £1/1/-; Mr. J. Bennett, £1/1/-;. Mrs. Gomm, sen., £1/1/-; Mr G. J. Philbrick, £1; Mr. W. J. Tyre £1; Mr. S. T. Gault, £1.;-Mr. N. Jewell, 10/6; Mr. H. L Nives, &nbsp; 10/6; Mr. Geo. Shepherd, sen., 10/6; Mr. H: G. Overton, 10/-.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 January 1922
The Ragged Boys' Home Feast took place at the Home on Oliver's Hill, on Saturday, December 31st. The dinner was provided in the old English fashion. Geese and plum pudding were the chief items on the bill of fare. The dinner given at midday, and a tea, was also provided, consisting of fruits, jellies, cakes and lollies; MacRobertson's giant stocking was well represented in a variety of sweets, and other articles suited to the taste of the youngsters. The large and spacious dining room at the Home was filled with the boys of the Institution, and was artistically de- corated by Mrs. Minton, the Matron of the Home. The assistant matron, Mrs. Lunn, and Mrs. Morgan, all deserve credit. Among the visitors, were the hon. secretary and supt., Mr. W. Min- ton, Rev. S. M. Solomon, Mr. Saxon Fisher, and Mr. Mitty. In the even- ing a Xmss tree, filled with toys and other gifts, and was distributed at the close. Three cheers were given for Mrs. Pat. Osborne for her handsome gift to. the feast in...
CARRUM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 January 1922
CARRUM NOTES. By Our Special Reporter. After a week's holiday we enter on our usual duties again, some doing harder work than others, some work- ing with a pleasure, while others be- cause they have to. And so the years roll on, and we get older. Well, Car- rum cannot complain at the number of visitors that visited here. Right through the holidays hundreds of people stayed, and there was not a vacant place to be had. Some even went so far as to slumber on the beach amongst the trees, and by all appearances looked no worse for it. The business people were very brisk and were quite pleased at the patronage bestowed on them. Money was plentiful, and everybody came to spend. Cash was made round and it went round, and there were no com- plaints, and thus the season's festivities passed away. On Boxing Day a car- nival, "Henly on the Patterson River." was held, the object being to assist in erecting a soldiers' memorial. Various kinds of aquatic sports made up the programme, but the entri...
LANGWARRIN. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 January 1922
LANGWARRIN. The holidays passed over quietly in this district; the majority of residents patronised Frankston, and were thoroughly satised with the attractions of the beach and the sports meeting held on January 2nd. The weather throughout was pleasant, and helped much to make out-door life enjoyable. The one unpleasant feature was the pre- valence of boisterous easterly winds, which have had an injurious effect on the foliage of fruit trees, and also a very drying effect on the soil. A good fall of rain is needed. Prices for stone fruits, which receded to unpayable rates in town during the holidays, are advancing, and it is likely there will be a good demand now for jam making fruits, as, owing to the failure of the fruit crop in England, large orders have been placed in Australia for jam for the old country. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; At the State schools, break-up day took place on Thursday, December, 22 when a fair number of parents attended to help the scholar...
COWES S. SCHOOL "BREAK-UP" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 January 1922
COWES S. SCHOOL "BREAK-UP" In the Mechanics' Hall on Friday, 23rd December, the State School held a most enjoyable evening to termin- ate the year's work. A magnificent Xmas Tree, generously provided by residents, was laden with a wonderful collection of toys and suitable gifts. Close on 100 beaming and excited youngsters welcomed Father Xmas (Mr. Robert H. Spaven), who came in a motor car at 9 o'clock and distri- buted the treasures. A large num- ber of lolly bags were given by Mrs. Burke, and every child in the hall was the recipient of some little token of the festive season to brighten its Xmas Eve. The head teacher, Mr. F. J. Hat- field, read a lengthy report of the school's progress generally, and dealt more particularly with the work of each grade. &nbsp; The Education Inspector's and Ex- &nbsp; &nbsp; aminer's Report were also given, showing that the standard of excel- lence attained by the scholars was ex- ceedingly high. The chairman, after a speech...
HASTINGS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 January 1922
HASTINGS. To the Editor. Sir,—Would you kindly grant me space in your valuable paper to draw attention to the disgraceful state of the Hastings Cemetery. I am a stranger in the district, and am look- ing round the various places. I went to the cemetery on Sunday last, and was surprised and disguisted at the appalling neglect of the place. There are quite a number of good tomb- stones, and some graves very nicely kept, but all the rest of the enclosure is grass and scrub, so thick and high that if a fire should start "God's Acre" would be ruined. I do not know what body has control of this, but it is quite that the people rose in &nbsp; their wrath, and put in someone who would have sufficient respect for the dead to keep the place decent.—Yours, etc., J. LOUNDES. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Tyabb, 27/12/21. &nbsp; &nbsp;
FRANKSTON SHOW. RECORD SUCCESS ANTICIPATED. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 January 1922
FRANKSTON SHOW. RECORD SUCCESS ANTICI- PATED. The 20th annual show of the Frankston H. and A. Association takes place on Thursday next. Every- thing points to the event proving a great success. The entries received up to date are very satisfactory. Late entries will be received up till 3 p.m. on Monday, 9th inst. Competition in the horse sections will again be good, and the judges, Major Grice and Messrs. A. T. Creswick and S. O. Woods, will be fully employed. Judg- ing in the horse sections takes place at 10.15 a.m. The official luncheon is timed for 12 noon, and at 1.30 the Prenier (Mr. Lawson) will formally open the show. A special programme is being is sued, giving full particulars of the ring events and other arrangements are being made for the convenience and information of the public. The Hastings Brass Band has been engaged, and complete catering ar- rangements have been provided for. With fine weather a highly enjoyable outing is assured.
RETURNED SOLDIERS' CARNIVAL AT HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 January 1922
RETURNED SOLDIERS CARNI- VAL AT HASTINGS. The Hastings' R.S.S.I.L.A Grand Carnival in the Park on Boxing Day turned out a source of great satisfac- tion to the Returned Soldiers' Com- mittee, and an afternoon of unmiti- &nbsp; gated pleasure to the Peninsula resi- dents and visitors present. A pleasant —not too warm—afternoon just suit- ed those entering for the many events. Mr. J. D. Hogins, filling the role of ring-master, startcd seven horse &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; events, with an average of 8 entries each, and in the judging of Messrs. J. Watt and H. Hodgins not the whisper of a protest was heard by the secre- tary, Mr. A. J. MacRae. The buck-jumping competition ex- cited the maxium of interest, and a rattling good exhibition was put up by an unbroken colt, lent by Mr. Geo. Slocombe. Buck. though he did in really good back-jumping style, he could not unseat his rider (Mr. Wil- liams) of Somerville, who carried off the trophy and a reputation to live ...
THE WEEK'S EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
THE WEEK'S EPITOME. A crowded house gre.ted the Franks ton Pictures last Saturday night., when. Marion Davies Vas featurted in ; 'Buried Treasur," a story of the old.piratical days on the Spanish Main. Douglas Mc Lean -wass also-"~io??W in "One a Minute," the theme of which was based on Barnum's theorj that there is a fool born every minute! The Frankston- pictures opened their programme last Saturday night with one of Roscoe. Arbuckle's coriedies. Since the Virginia Rappe incident, Arbuckle's comedies have slumped considerably, es pecially in - the Land of the Stars and Stripes, and'it is .not likely that we shall see many more pictures of his in Australia. uuring.the Xmat lioliday? the Wed nesday night's pictures were well at tended. There was another fair attend ance last Wednesday night, when Eugene O'Brien headed the programme. Thomas Meighan will head the list for next Sat urday night. Tie marriage of Mrs. Mary H. Bauer, widow of the late Mr. F. Bauer, one time of the Isle of ...
FRANKSTON POLICE COURT. MONDAY, 9th JANUARY. SLY GROG AT CHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
FRANKSTOX. POLICE COURT. M?ONDAY, 9th JA.UARY. SLY GROG AT CHELSEA. Before 'MŽr. KnihtL P.M.. and Messrs. C \r. GC. Williams and V. Armstrong, J.'s.P. A young well-dressed man named Eugene Chandler, was charged with sell ing liquor without a licence on the 31st December. In the court sere several barrels of beer and 240 bottles of beer, which had been seized by the police. - Inspector McCormack conducted the prosecution, and accused, who pleaded guilty, was represented by Mr. Dorian. Albert W. H. Peach, plainclothes constable attached to the Licensing Branch and stationed at Melbourne, said: -At about 7.15 on Saturday even ing. 31/12/21, in company with Senior Constable Wall and Constables Dunn, Morrison and Trevitithick, I visited a well-known cafe and boardinghouse at Chelsea known as "Kismet." Senior Constable Wall was in possession of a warrant to search those premises for liquor. This place is a reputed sly grog shop, and appears to be well-known by the people.at Chelsea and a ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
SEAFORD DIRECTORY TryA RMSTRONG'S - Station Store, Seafo rd FOR -igh Class Groceries, Tobacco Cigarettes, Confectionery and Soft Drinks, And compare oiur prices with leading stores in the city Motor Drives Arranged When You Visit Seaford. Call at the POST OFFICE STORES The Seaford Refreshment Rooms ,rMorning acid Afternoon Tea. 'Dinner, r2.:;o to 2.30 Daily.- Three Courses. 2s. Tel. Seaford 1. Cabs and Motors artanged for Proprietor - Orders Called for and Delivered. Furnished Houses to Let A uthorised News Agent. Papers Delivered Daily. . .General Advertisements From the Youngest to the Oldest HEARNE'S -.NCHITIS CURE is the Safest and Surest Remedy in the World for Coughs, Colds, Croup, H Sore Chests Ths Medidne can be given with Perfect Safety and the Utmost Confidence to the s' Youngest Children and moet Aged Suefferer as it does NOT contain, and has NEVER cmtained any Poison or Harmful Drugs. The Reputation of and the Demand for HEARNE'S Bronchti CO.e an Bigger now than ever. So...
LANGWARRIN. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
LANGWARRIN. HI. Ridot;t, c Hague, b Petrie .... 10 A. Vinitch, c Aiken, b Reynolds .. 12 O'Neil, b Lowrey .... .. .. .. 41 Adderley,.run out .... . Wilson, c Hague, b Petrie ...... I PReters, c Cameron, b Lowrey .... 7 "Bill" Cain, retired hurt ........ 15 Parker. b Aiken ...... .... 11 Young, c Aiken, b Lowrey ...... 0 Capon, b Aiken ...... .. .. 0 Carter. not out .... ..... 2 Sundries .; ... ... ...... 14 Total .. .. ..... 127 Bowling: Reynolds 1 for 29, E. Mc Comb 0 for 11 ,'Hagn 0 for 14, Lowrey 3 for 18, Petrie 2 for 17, Aiken 2 for 14, Cameron 0 for 10. FRANKSTON. C. Lowrey, c Adderlcy, b O'Neil .. 1 E. Reynolds. c Adderley, I ONeil .. I: E. .McComb, c Wilson, Ib H. Ridout 12 A. Aiken, c Adderley, b ONcil .... G. Petrie, c Parker, b ONeil ...... 4 J. McComb, b ONeil ......... 4 A.1 Hague, c Adderley, b H. Ridout 0 J. Camneron, bH. Ridout ........ A. Gamble, b G. Young ........ 1 Sanderson, not out . .. .... \Y. Petrie Ib \f. Peters .. ..... S"Sundries .. Total ............ .. ...
GENERAL MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
GENERAL MATCHES. "Long Leg" (Somerville) writes: A very exciting cricket match was played in the local park on Saturday, 7th .January-Simmies v. Tonks. The Simices batted first, and scored 85. We are certain that their captain (I-I. Sim= cock) would put Bardsley in the shade if lie had a big enough brolly. iH. Simcock was top scorer with 25. T. Ross 17 had only one fault-lhe did not stop long enough, and made everyone cross. J,. Gregory seemed to have lost the bad effects of his tour to Melbourne and back. and made 15. Amid excite ment. the Tonks collapsed, making only 50. Following on, tile scorer nearly got brain fever, 28 being knocked off one over. Did Ben Baxter ever do better? P. Thornell ,vas the hitter, scoring £7. Revenge came the next over. After a brave stand, the Tonks were out for 50. Requiring 25, the Simmics set to work. A artnecrship by Simcock and Gregory was spoiled by the latter letting a ball take a short cut through his wickets. A rot set in, but the side was sa...
CAULFIELD AND MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
"CAULFIELD?4AND MOORABBIN. C eliteihar defeted !Franklo[on by 62, rulns on the, first'Sitin s -W..'L Wat tinis,?h hiiIQlmade 21.iot :out ip:the: first` uiitngs,' agaitf charried his bat ±.r 28: not out in' the sccoiid innings.-,Scores ' 1first Innisngs. 112.' Se~oi d'.Inn ngond ';:.,inuis C. Gartside,"c b`?:D . .. . 109 W. Gasrtside 1" BaR: Baxter.::: :. 1 Beikl, b Burton : .;" . .'6 Judd, b Kemp_ . 0:36 J. (Gartside, c;,bDeane2.-:.... 2 Campbetll, run out Rose, b K Baxter 2 Fisher, not out;C ? '; . ; ?.;7 Butler, b R. Baxter ;.. .. . ... '2 Sundries Total, 8 wickets for ''!. .. 174 Bowling: R. Baxter 8 for 33, R.8 I Burton 1 for 27;' M. Kemp 1 for 60, W. E. Watkins 0 for 17, T. Deane 2 for 34. FRANKSTON. _ - First' Innings,: 8 for"59. SSecond Innings. : W. E. Watkins, not out .... 28 A. D. Box, e; bs Beickle' r:., ,.; .. 0 H. J. McCulloch, c, b Rose ....- 1 R. Baxter,,b Campbell;.. :. 13 B. Baxter, b J. Gartside ....... 4 fI. Kemp, not out ...... .. 2 Sundries .. ..f.; .. . .. .. 1...