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CARRUM [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
CARRUM IMessrr J. Lobertnio (agent) and Dixoni & Some (auctiooeers) are con ducting in auction-halo at. Mr Wood's residence, Point Nopean- Road, Car 'um, to morrow. An advt. appears on page two.' - The steps taken by, the Railway -Department to relieve the congestion on the'7.32 a, n train from Frankstou to Melbourne, regarding which comn :plaints have frequesn ly been made by the residents of Aspendale, .Chelseai and Edith -Vale, have not achieved any. substaritial degree of success. Since October. lst9 an exttdi trainr has been rlnning. from Carrnm 20 minutee ahuld of the Frauktoun train, but it ,has been svery poorly.. patronleed, al though the later train is still uin om fortably overcrowded, .. "Passengers evidently! prefer to. travel: by the Frlinukstou express and staind rather than use the relief: train,io which theore is anmplle seating: accoinmuoda Lion, ' sanid the Co?imissiodoers in an offliciail stateiint ., Unless the people make more use of it than tbeoy do'at...
Australian Cup Candidate [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
Australian Cup Candidate The Australian CGope candidate. King of the Sea, who, with Fitz Arl ington, ie part owned by the probti cent Frankstonite, Mr Henry Master ion, has been dolug :ome attractive gllonps atCanuifleld lately:- R'eHe has 8st 5lbs.in.the.isbve event?::King- of the Sea is traineu ,t Canifield by Mir P. K. Padfleld, ani has already a Bagot. Handicap and a couple of Ada liJeo events tio his credit.
Various Notes of Interest [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
Various Notes of Interest Mr Charles Gray, J.P, of Franks- I ton, and ex-Senator Stephen Barker, of Carrum, .have been appointed to the'committee of the Melbourne Wor ing Men's College. - MrýE. T. Drake, who has recently retired from the position of Secretary to the Public Works Department, re eides at Franjoston,- and is President of the Long IsleapdProgress Associa tion. On Tuesday last he was pres ented with a specially constructed easy ohair. The Minister of Public Works and the Attorney General each spoke in- support, and wished Mr Drake all sorts of good things in the days to comy. 'Miss Gladys Monarief. now play ing'the leading role in "The Maid of the Mountains" at the Theatre Royal, is a native of Bundaberg, Queensii laid, and was educated at Townsville. Hir flrs stage eocceus was achieved dt : 8=pdy n and s- ines the shae his played some important roles in the Gllbiii aapd Sullivan opras. On her father's side, she is related to the Earl'of Dudley. Miss Monorieff is the tre...
BAXTER [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
BAXTE& A public meeting. will be held in the Baxter Iltl on Wednesday night' fo.lt for the purpose 6o electing the hall committee. The Baxter Presbyterian Sunday School held their' annual picnic at Baxter, on Saturday last, and notwith. stauding the inclement weather, there wvae a large attendance, anud an enjoy able time was spent.. Amongst those present were the Minister, Mr J. F. Bell. and ~lr H. C. Barclay, the supe..ntemdeuty and the committee desire to thank MIr Bowles, the Bux tar statiomuaster, for helping to make he dly more pleasant thian the wea ther lieronitted.
A Rising Athlete [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
A Rising. Athlete "The Herald," on Saturday night., published a photo • of Mr Wallace Sharland, the nephew ,f Mrs laox i?ell, of Frankston, in recognition of Bis great score for Geelong agaidst England, as .reported in "'The Stan dard" last issue. . The young athlete was warmly congratulated on his flne display by the world's greatest bats man, J. B. Hobbs, and the English vice-captain, Rev. E. R. Wilson.
Visiting the Tyrol [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
Visiting .the. Tyrol Miss Elsea Grice, eldest of Sir John Grieo's daughters, and neice of Mri -James Grlis;'J-P, of Franketon, has gone to Switzerland to take part In the famous winter sports at St Mor itz. Her' sister, Miss Hilda Grloe, hba also travelled extensively in England, Norway and Switzerland. TikIe the Hint If: in bis you wish to rise, you must either bust or advertise.---Josh Billins.. .
Eloquent Testimony [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
Eloquent Testimony A correspondent writes :-It is rumored that some time ago a men and his three daughters, who were ailing, were recommended * take a drink of the Kanuanook'because of ifs "saline qualities." In time, he died -likewise his fair daughters.. This is what he arranged to have placed on his headstone-' Here lie I and my three'daughters-all through drink ing Kananook waters ; if we had but stuck-to Epsom Salts, we should not nowbe in these vaults 1"
Wills and Estates [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
Wills and Estates The late Mrs tlaude Boyd, late nf "Taybank," Melbourne Road, Frank eton, who died on December 14, 1920, by will dated June 26, 1917, left .100 real.. estate and' X3,110 personalty to her mother, chlldren. and grand children.
The Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
The Pictures That thel people are appreciating the creation of the Frankston Pic - turo Co. Ltd. and its efforts to pro vide the public with up-to date pic tures, is evidenced by exceptionally large au..iences that :every Saturday night greets the management; Last Saturday it was a deluxe programme that was presented, and under the skilful manipulation of a thoroughly competent operator, the pictures were projected without a single untoward incident .The 'Eds were smiling-the worries'of mach. ine and operating troubles were 'nightmares of the past. The Pathe Galzette-in natural colors-opened the. programme, de picting scenes of France, - whicji showed some remarkably fine gar dens. ''The Beggar Prince," ,the first featicre presented, gave the Ja panese idol, Sessue Hayakawa, the opportunity of displaying those won-: derful histrionic abilities which have made`his name beloveid by :the pic ture-going public. .In "The Beggar Prince" he played a dual role, two extreme characters-Niki- ...
HASTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
HASTINGS The busy season amonogst the dia trict orchardists is now in full swing and. prices being low, owing to the glut of soft fruits in the market, the advantage of havinga local cool store is much appreciated by the growers. Good progreso is being made with Ihe.building of nocnimodious pack ing.shed, which Is being erectd close to the cool store to the orde? of' the Peninsula Fruit Packing Co. The contractor is Mr ReIlph'Philbrlck,-of Somerville. On Wednesday last, the v~liatble orchard property of the late MI Cle' ment Renard was sold by pubjic euac tion at Sco6t's Hotel. Moliourne, the purchaser being Mr Carpenter, oiie of Somerville's most. progressive orch, ardlets' A disastrous lire occnred here least Saturday, wvheri the residence of .nMr Phillips was destroyed by pre. The origin of the fire is a nystery. .The whole of the. furnishings,.. &e, to the value of £200, were rediced to ashes. Mr Phillips was at Sorterito when thr fire .occrured. The local States School ...
BALNARRING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
BALNARRING . On January 28th," Major and Mrs J. A. S. Balmain, of Coolart Station, gave a farewell evening in the' forni of a concert and dance in the Balnar rin'. Hall. A good d~al of work had been done by Mrs Balmain anrid her assistants to make the evening a suc coss, anu they were greatly rewarded for their efforts • The hall was most tastefully decdrated with the flags of the different nations, with the flags of England mid Austialia well to the fore. The concert, which was wholly: town talent, was appreciated very much, for it is not very often that: the district is favored with a full programme from the city. The whole evening, from start to finish. was a huge success, and everybody went: home very thaukful, for the pleasant: evening. Messrs D. Buckley, L. J. Beorryman, and J.. Davis spoke in very high teriu uf .the good Mojorand. Mrs Balmain had done for the district, and expressed their regret that sochc good people should be leaving not only Balnurring, but Australia, but'...
"As You Like It" Newsy Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
" As You Like It" SNewsy -Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula ~I)==~~~~- M·~~W·~_~~~ The policy of "T?'e Standard" in giving a resume o of events fro aill pIrts of the Penins-il hu beeoon gren-l ly appreciated by Standatrditos, espe cially in the :n'iigh?orit? districts. Theo Editor, thereforo, invltisoparii graphs of intireat to the Pouinulns- on alinost apy bubject, from nature notes tt'?isonr?ialand toploil I:tems of moment' !The Staindrildr"'ha' boecomo tbo ' Peninnulla's Popular Pa peor" iiLd. o seek .theo co operation t of readrse ino maintainiug tlhat omi.
Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
- epatriatioq Notes Returned Soldiers are Invited tc apply to this Committee for advice before entertaining bus.nen s pro posols of any kind. Those Soldiers and Dependeute noeding, assistance, e susteoanco, &c. are hereby notilled that by personal application to any of the undersigned mombers of committee, ' forms and advice may" be *btained :-Messrs Oates,. (hairmau), C. Gray, W. S. Hartland,.F. Johnson, W. P. Mason,. T. J. McMurtrie, a?'' E. Barrett. . Employers are requested to notify the Committoe of any vacancy suitable for. returned. men. Personii having Businesses or Property, &o., to sell suitable to Returned Soldiers are earo estly invited to communi s... particn iars to the Committee. Awaiting Employment- 1 Grocer. E. BARRETT, Hon. See, Repatrition, F'rankst"n.
Constance Talmadge [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
Constance Talmadge . The dainty and appealing Cons tance Talmadge, who .holds undispu ted away as Queen of the Shadow Stage, will be starred in "The Leas son"' at the Frankston Pictures to morrow night. It is a picture based on one of Virginia Terhune Water's delightful comedies on married life, and ought to suit Connie admirably, for she plays comedy and genuine love interests charmingly. Every married man must see "The Lesson" for It shbows " 'ow a man may" be 'appy the' marir'd."
SOMERVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
' SOMERVILL? Tho Rev. A. C. F. Gates aud fam ily are spending a month's holidny at Portarlilgtou.: ). ' There is, at present, quite a famro ins hlre in the miatter of entertaind ments, tlough it is reported that tlie; local "Diggers" intendl holding a` real "first quality" concert-shortly. And thbol tlhe great ,Slhow Day" is drawing on apace. This, according to progress reports, promises-to be the best vet. - Donations a e coming in freely,- ind President Warren holIes to have the honor of introducing the Prime Minister to the assembled mul titude as the gentleman entrusted with the dulty of declaring the shdw open. In-matters musical, quite nu acqut sition has been secured locally by the fact that Mir and Mrs Tinkler and faunily ha?ie conme to resid'"in'Somer villa. ,Mr Tinkler has had a life-long experience imongst choirs, bith is a soloist and conductor in oratorios, etc. Miss Reueon Tinller, who is' a pupil'of Mr A. C. Bartlemnan. the fa mous tenor, huas great reputation. as a s...
Our District Letters Interesting Records by Our Correspondents MOOROODUC [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
j: Our District Letters Interesting Records by, Our Correspondents MOOROODUC Tho M~oorooduc Branch of the Vic torian Farmers' Union propose hold ing a gymkhnua and picnic sports at the hMornington Racecourse on Wed uedsdy, nlarch 9th. The progiramnano has not ,leeli deilnitely, docided yet, but n complete -programme , will be published in "The Standnard" indue course. It is expected that residounts of the neighboring districts will come along and make a picnic of it. The President, \Ir H. B. Slauoy, and the secretaly, Mr James . McLellnn, with the assistlnce of an able and enthusi astic committee, are leaving no stone unturned to mako of it a successful nod enjoynble giathering.