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ALFRED HOSPITAL AUXILIARY SUCCESSFUL JUMBLE SALE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

:ALFRED HOSPTA.IT.A AUILI iL HY SUCCESSfUL JUMBLE SAL ' In spite' of'a dierse ' weather con ditions on- bnFriday morning? ,good business, was done 't: tlie jumble: sale at,". Mrs. "Pay'le's -.ine -:in Wells St. --".Tlie Christmias cake was won. by :Mrs..Hallett, -.Baxter. '..The. Auxiliary; ., is, grateful for Mirs.Payne's- great help in lending, her home;. and .helping to conduct the sales. aknother" jumble sale will be held at tli same place next Fri-. day, November,- 26, when ))etter weather.. is hoped for. Annual Fete , Members :-are busily preparing for the annual fete, which-will be held .at "Kooloongatta'' ..Oliier s Hill, by kind. permission of Mr; and Mrs. D.-Mirams, on Saturday, January 14. . .

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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FIRE TRACK JEOPARDISED [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

FIRE TRACK JEOPARDISED Due' to the frequent flooding of Beauty ;Park,', the Frankston Fire ,rigade track shows signs of go Ing to pieces' rapidly, if prompt action 'is :mnot.taken to get the water- away..' ,Th6e tracks now.be :omes 'floodedi after 'every 50 odints of' rain.

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BLIND SPOT ON FULL EMPLOYMENT (Advertisement) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

(`Advertilsemeln;t). BLINDI SPOT O'N FULL EMPLOYMENT (By "Democrat") AUSTRALIANS care deeply about full employment. Most of them 'care enough to be concern ed about the continuing influence of,."Communism, '- which is the greatest ;menace to. steady em ployment in `this, country today. .'If the Labor Government wants to' make full 'eiiployment a main issue in tl~e coming election, it must stand up .to. questions about its :kid-glove handling of Com munism.: It,, cannot" claim, as Mr. Calwell has .tried:. to do, that Communisim , is =now a "dead issueJ." - A .'few months ago, industry was' being: crippled,, and thous ands' of. workers. 'were being sto'od down "from' their jobs be cause the Communists had chosen 'to stage" a' coal strike. At the time; Mr. Calwell described that 'strike "as ."a :Communist con spiracy.'. d On 'whatgrounds does he now 'expect us to believe,that the con spiracy is'dead and buried? 'Communism is not forgotten 'on the" coal-fields. 'Decent ele ments of the ...

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The Standard PRE-SCHOOL CENTRE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

TAi mmnS:w U JLAIUJU U. I fl PRE-SCHOOL' The committee reports. that good progress is beingimade with plans for; th'e Christnias':Fair to be Bheld in Frankston ,`Parik. on Saturday, December '10;, at 1'30 p.m. All "the :fun. of the:, fair" swill be there- and the ;'greatest thrill of all will.~be' Father, Christmas with a gift:fior: eachi child.::" Many :willing: and-?enthusiastic. workers are busy' makink child= ren's garments, which in the.:past have found .:such ready sale;..: Christmas nbovelties,'.toys, pro duce, flowers, seedlings," ice cream and soft drinks will also' be on sale;, and afternoon tea will be daintily served in' the. Pre-: School pavilion. Prizes will be offered for the best decorated pram or .bidycle; and for fancy costumes .(details of which will appear later)... Dancing .: by Miss . Vesper's pupils' and a- display of tumbling and gyninastics by the boys of the. Menzies. Home will be. high lights. In the beautiful setting of the Park there will' be an afternoo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

* Ž GradeU 'ELECTRICAL 'CONTRACTOR G. FARMER M.E.F.V. YOUNG STREET, FRANKSTON, Opp. Sherlock and Hay. Phone: Frankston 50. Private: Frank toin 642. KR.• W. McDONALD 576 BAY. ST., FRANKSTON Phone 241 For the Welfare . . of Your Eyes . . . . J 'RV/C We conduct a Complete Ser .ie, from Sight, Testing to. Optical Repairs SH. SPICER . OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN 540 BAY ST., FRANKSTON. -Phone F'ston 736 "e and at 134 Foster Street, Dandenong .. :: .CARPETS - FELTEX - LINOS 'EW SHIPMENTS FROM OVEItSEAEi :aest Quality WILTONS and AXMINSTERS, Latest, Design I- : 'PERSONAL ATTENTION TO ALL- INQUIRIES`', JAMES & FOX ,"Late CRAIGS & FORSTER CARPET CO.) 1114 High St., Armadale & 471 Station St, Carrum S.437 - Phones ?-i.Lb-rP dD "OLD. CARPETS, CLEANED, ALTERED, -RE-LAID.: -i* ????n?ri ?? muuuu VA EEE E HE K? HEiHE U HiU'iE FRANKSTON SERVICE : RECAPPING - RETREADING - REPAIRS NEW TYRES AND TUBES FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP q. CORNER BEACH AND LEWIS STREETS V . (Through -Railway ...

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MERCHANT NAVY. MT. ELIZA AUXILIARY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

;MERCHANTNAVY MT. ELIZ.A. AUJXIL IAIY:. The president (M:rs.-H "-E~par. lker) and mhembers of the' Auxil iary were very gratified'- at" the success of the" garden fete" held at, the home of .Mr. aiid'rdMis.' R. Snow: last Saturday, anid thaink all 'those who gave donabtins's"in cash or kind.' The amount "raised wds £164. " ' The .president welcomed Padre and Mrs. Oliver, of the Victorian Missions to Seamen, also Capt. N. Smith, who officially opened the fete. In his address the Cap tain spoke in glowing terms of appreciation of the work of the 'Mission, and told the gatheririg that it was the sheet-anchor to all sailors. Many. persons, he said, failed to realise what it meant to the . men of the Merchant Navy to come ashore and' enjoy complete relaxation . after 'the confined. space of.life at sea, and h6now ea'gerly: they 'looked frward to' the comforts of the Mission v 'He ;siicerely thHnked"'all those Spirsefit' ania the members of the Auxiliary for their contribution to. this wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

ford Theatre Theatre--phone Chelsea 155 TURDAY, NOV. 25 and 26; . RIEN - ROBERT STACK ER SQUADRON Color by Technicolor) A I STER - GAIL PATRIC'K:' THE WILD -HORSES "; Ge n fooreral Exhibition, ERIAL FOX NEWS 4 NESDAY, NOV. 30 IAL AGENT EVES - LAURA ELLIOT : (S br Adults Only). NDEZVOUS. le for General Exhibition). it 'on," "Can't Be Snooked," News SATURDAY, DEC. 2 and 3 SPERING SMITH .. DD - ROBERT PRESTON LLER BRUSH MAN , ON -' HILLARY BROOKE he ultabe for General Exhibition." - # al, Short and News i ST #*#t#i ccc~ircifr'crcr+;i:ýci lee: es of 18. See all func* ;;lollern, ag and r repaired tinge Rd., promptly Hall, Fri St. Paul's J. Rhodes all eXcel e cost, any Carrying, - allotment 18th Nov., e Club. Range of loner than sold plain, cc, etc., at Special ltie. In terd," 41 GIFTS. ALUEI pprecleted. X31AS. Invited. gent: ELS ST. a Conerete, ork, Gravel eatag.. & SON axed) AVING dens etc rs (Iewy SEAFORID COMMUNITY. HOSPITAL IN-PATIENTS Use` PERSONAL .. LAUNDRY SERVICE 24 Hour...

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HOW MUCH OF AUSTRALIA DO YOU OWN? [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

-HOW MUCH OF AUSTRALIA DO YOU OWN? An opportunity to improve your rposition in this regard will be given this Saturday, November 26. At 3 p.m. in a seated mar tuee 6n" the land. In the Chelten liam-Beaumaris area, thirty-six fine home sites are tb be offered. The land, which is in Church Street, Biarritz Avenue, Cannes Grove, and Marlo Grove, adjoins the golf links and\has water, gas and electric light available. Three years' terms are available. Full uarticulars" may be obtained from the agerits iin conjunction, Miss E :L. Hae' (Mel one),'and Phillips and Nicholsorn (MQrdialloc)."

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POPULAR PONIES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

- POPULAR- PONIES The arrival of three more fo9g9 to:' augment ;Mr. Ron Potton' . Shetland' group has caused great excitements for many children. of Frankston. Mr.. Potton also re cently purchased a valuable..stud pony at 'a high figure.,He breeds the ponies, merely as a hobby.

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PRE-SCHOOL ANNUAL APPEAL (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

PRE-CCHOOL{ ANNUAL APPEAL (To the. Editor) Sir,-On behalf of the Franks ton Pre-School Committee I wish to express our sincere gratitude for the generous response shown by the cititgens of Frankston in suppor.t of our: annual appeal. The appeal is now closed, and resulted irin the :very satisfactory sum: of £108:Yours etc., P. M?? LINLEY, .Pres. Frankston Pre-School Centre.*^

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MORE VACATION JOBS REQUIRED [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

MORE VACATION JOBS REQUIRED Owing t6o 'the substantial', , crease in:the number- of 'students seekiig :the. did. of the;Coimmon wealth Elmployment :Service to.se cure. vyacation employment, we require,: seVeral hundred:i' more vyacanciesyto cover the- number; of boyp and girls who. will be avail ablle. f. Ann ouncing, this t'oday,:the Dis trict .Employment Officer, Mr. E. .R. Fi rquljarson, said ':thatt oicers of the Coimoion:ealth Employ ment Service throughout the State were rieceiaiiig hundreds of .:re qluests.:fromii "students for vacation -jobs. ."Whfle the majority of. stu dents would: b8spleased to engage in ,any type of work; such-as mes sengers,- -shodp- assistants, ' "store men, process,. workeirs, clerks, sales, etc.i,?- a umber of'. engineer ing, industrial. chemistry ?.:and metallurgy diploma' students' frodb senior :technical colleges: were anxious' to obtaii practical experi ence in the' industries. in-:which they-. intend entering : following. the completion of theri...

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MR. ARNOLD J. NOBLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

I M,. ARNOLD J. NOBLE' A ivell-known Tyabb resident, Mr. Airnold Joseph Noble,. died on November 14 at his - residence. The late Mr. Noble, who had been a district correspohdent for the "Standard" over a period .of many years, had not .enjoyed good health for some time prior to his death. He was of a. genial disposition, and was always eager to help others. ,His father (a well-known ex-Shire Councillor),. sisters and brothers have the sympathy of a host of friends. .The funeral took place "on November 16. and .there was a large and representative :atten-i dance at the graveside in Hast ings Cemetery. Numerous floral tributes .were forwarded.' .Casket bearers were Messrs. F. Mills, ,W. Pike, A. Taylor, W. Noble, T. Barclay, L;, Cole. ' . Pall bearers were 'Mess'r. H. Jeremiah, W. Jeremiah, --R.:Ser pell, M. Sawers,. T. .Halley, B. Francis, 'H. Denhami, C. Benton. :IRev. N. J. Hill read the burial service. , -Messrs. Hector Gamble.: and Sonr conducted the .funeral.

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MR. CHARLES LANCASTER [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

MI, B.- CHARLES LANCASTER S,Mr.i Charles Lancaster, 'vHo died on Novemiber 13 at the re Sidence of his nephew, 'Mr.' J. C. Edwards, '405 Nepean Highway, .Frankston, had reached the'fine age of 85 years. The funeral took place 'on November 15; Mi. T. A. Ander son, assisted by Mr .-I; B."'Haw Icins, read the burial. service' at the graveside in' Frankston cemetery. - : Messrs. Hector Gamble & Sons 7onducted the funeral;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

WIISO1$ SEIT-ATE in the very 1 art of DROMA NA .FOR SALE On easiest of terms Thisl magnificent Estate with commanding views of -both mountain and sea has at last been puirchased and sub-divided by T. M. Burke `Pty. Ltd. Now as superb Building sites, this land is available to :ome makers, either for cash or . on convenient extended terms. FOR FULL INFORMATION, CONSULT: M BUR(E Pty . Ltd AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE AGENT, :.287 Collins Street, Melbourne Telephone: MU 7351 B BLADDER ,,,WEAKNESS Over 2000 cases successfully.:: Streated, \vithput. pneratuio't Write for free medical mono graph. stating sex and age. CAVENDISH LABORATORIES' 1173-481 Bourke St., 31elbourne. PENINSULA MOWER LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED. (Precision Grinding). Depots: Sherlock and Hay, 3Mc .Donald's H Iardware, C entr a l Timber. . PAINTER? AND DECORATOR. C. M. LATHAMl "Trehqlile," George St., Franlcston Best Grades Material UsOId Onlyo. Estimates Given. Pronmpt, and Satisfaction Assurpd, ALTERA.TIONS-REP'AIRS PAINTING OR D...

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SAVAGE DOGS (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

SAVAGE IDOGS , (To the Editor)? ". Sir,-I wish" to thank: "The Standard" for publishing .the Frankston Dog Menace" article which appeared in last edition. I have been repeatedly troubl ed by a half-bred Alsatian dog, in Liddesdale Avenue, and when I see this savage thing: coming towards me, I am forced to make a hurried dash to the other side of the road. Another dog ca'using much trouble to the community is one located near the Esplanade end of High' Street. This is a very savage dog,' and has bailed me: up on several *occasions-until I have shouted, to the ownet:-tQ call the dog: off,. . I will greatly support any action which "The Standard" and Council may take', in..this matter.: -Yours etc., . "RATEPAYER."; Cliff Road,. Frankston:, _ - ~ y " , ,

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ATTRACTIVE SITES AVAILABLE IN DROMANA [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

ATTRACTIVE . SITES -n-w AVAILABLE IN DROMIANA Practically the last of-.the, big areas mintithe heart of a ;pooular seaside 'resort the Wilson' Estate' of 45 acres in Dromaria-has now been :*subdivided by the T.: M. Burke Pty. Ltd. , * Bounded by Pier Street, Pal merston. Ave., Gibson Street and Arthur Street, the estate is only a couple of minutes from. .the pier and the. centre of the towi, and is situated on a gentle, slope naturally drained. All the blocks have been cleared and all command, beauti ful and extensive views of mountain and sea. Both water and selectric light are available for these ideal building sites. Further details are advertised ~lsewhere in this issue.

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GOLD THERE POLICEMAN'S FIND AT TUBBA RUBBA [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

GOLD THERE POLICEMAN'S. FIND AT TUBBA RUBBA Having become interested in the gold prospects' of Tubba Rubba, after reading reports of same in recent issues of "The Standard," First-Constable R. Jeffree recently. drove his new Austin car there on a tour of in spection, accompanied'by 'Mr. R. Chipperfield, of Denbigh Street. The two prospecting enthusi asts tried out an entirely new spot, close to the surface, and struck gold first 'try. After only two hours' panning, they collect ed about £6 worth of gold, and returned to Frankston in a high ly delighted frame of mind. They are satisfied that a vein. of really good gold is nearby for the finding, and they intend to return to Tubba Rubba for a t the first,. oppor

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[?]ankston & Hastings Council [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

Inkston & Hastings Council ebb (Chair Grice, Hirsl pratt, Wells and. Apolo from Cr5 (ill) ans rno district) of the Interio parY OccU d at Mboun the erectioe change build eas a more building arE Creek 31outh of Land anc ed permissior O 4,000 cubi( the mouth o1 eek, by the ces at Park. si from S.E.C Committee for mmodatien at .their picnic of on Australia ineer was in on the means uate conveni ary Producers' Peninsula of the con Road, between ydens Road. and Engineer wer to act. age Shocking. t (Solicitor for ce), 111 Gould and Mrs. L. Street, wrote uld Street gen larly the pools Mary Street aid the writers .il down very Street was in a n. There was e system there, e consideration a the matter. It ry to take the the Kananook of Crs. Fowler gineer was in up, immediately, drainage scheme Cranbsurne at the request Cricket Club, to prohibiting golf Road oval, as age is being wicket. ar, to be official Frankston Scout rt Knox, at 3.30 day, November ded by as many do so. t Club. Dis...

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VALUABLE DOGS KILLED [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

VALU4BLE DOGS KILLED Two valuable show dogs owned by ;Mrs. Johnson, Nepean High way, - Frankston, were run down and killed by a jeep on Saturday in front of the owner's hoine, a few minutes before they= were to have left to compete'at a .shOw. It is alleged the Jeep did not stop.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

GEO. G. AUSTIN '.A!IDI NEERS BAY STREET, FRANKSTON Tel. 1 and 780: - ESTATE AGENTS iaa« BHB « BI r"B« . .^ :^. * ;,:^.^ .'."",B n B a a ?lulp.'tnl· u nn'l nnl nnn . ..9·.i; - m l nnm i n FRIDAY, 25th NOVEMBER, 1949 BY PUBLIC AUCTION - DELL ROAD; FRANKST:ON.: 1.30 P.M. - SIIBRO CEMENT DWELLING - 5 Rooms and All Modern Conveniences. Land,, 90ft. x ,140ft. , UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE OWNER VACANT POSSESSION And Also Well Kept Household Surplus Furnishings TITLE CERTIFICATE. TERMS".10 o%. Dep. BALANCE 30 Days G EO. G.. A US T IN AUCTIONEER and REAL ESTATE AGENT Frankston - Tel. 1 anda 780 (2 lines) SATURDAY; 3RD DECEMBER ON THE SITE AT 4 P.M. GOULD 'STREET (LONG ISLAND), FRANKSTON (Melbourne End) Only Remaining Vacant Block (99ft. x 182/165ft.) WILL TAKE NINE (9). FLATS ROAD MADE, ELEC. LIGHT,- WATER, GAS, PHONE, .. BUS PASSES DOOR -. 70 .YARDS BEACH CEO. G. AUSTIN-D S AUCTIONEER FRANKSTON P URBRICK & CO .450 IO ORAK 'ROA;D, ?TOORAK: -Frankston I or B 121.4 AGENTS IN' CONJUNCT...

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