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R.V.I.B. Frankston Auxiliary Active. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 26 May 1939
R.V.I.B. Frankston Auxiliary Active. ,The monthly meeting of the Frank ston auxiliary of the Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind was held on Wednesday. The president (Miss Maisie Howitt) presided over a good attendance of members. In the unavoidable absence of the treasurer (Miss N. -IHardiman), the hon. secretary (Mrs J. B. Jolly) re ported that the afternoon held at the home of Mr and Mrs A. H. Talbot in April for the funds of the auxiliary had yielded £8/12/8. Members ex pressed appreciation and thanks to Mr and Mrs Talbot. It was decided to feature a proposi tion suggested by Miss A. Armstrong to conduct an antique exhibition in August in conjunction with a curio display suggested by Mrs Ferrand. An offer by Miss Trood to supply wood to provide fires for the meet ings of the auxiliary was accepted with thanks. Two hand-knitted woollen jumpers made and donated by' the Misses Chapman, of Bembridge avenue, Frankston, for children of the nursery of the Institute, were received w...
Abolish the Dole! Readers' Views [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 26 May 1939
Abolish the Dole! Readers' Views Wide-spread approval has been expressed of our article on the unemployment problem. It is impossible to publish all of the letters received at this office, but the following is a selection. We appreciate the Interest and sincerity of the writers, and urge upon them to be come real Apostles in the cause of Justice. (To the Editor.) Slr,-you are inviting a frank opinion on the question of the dole, but how to condense it within the I scope of the columns of your news- c paper is a problem. What is the t dole? Whio is responsible for its ex- c istence? What is the necessity for t It? Is it a wise humanitarian gesture i on the part of the nation? Turning I to the Century dictionary and Ency- I clopaedia for the 'purpose of refresh- c ing the memory, I find that the ori- I ginal meaning is a "deal," a "divi- I dend," an "apportionment," a "share." Who is responsible for it? Every man I and woman who by his or her vote retains in office the member of Parli...
R.S.S.I.L.A. OLD-TIME DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 26 May 1939
R.S.S.I.L.A. OLD.TIME DANCE. A record number of dancers attend ed the old-time dance on Saturday evening. Many dancers arrived at 7.30 p.m. to receive instruction in the Empress Waltz. Similar exhibitions will be given in the near future. Miss Nancy Allen and Mr Roy Norton were the winners of the Monte Carlo dance.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 26 May 1939
NTONE GIRLS' GRAMMAR SCHOOL 231 Beach Road. PUBLIC DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS FEES MODERATE. ble b Motor Bus from Mordialloc, Black Rock, Beaumarie, Oakleigh and pandenong. KINDERGA??TEN TO LEAVING HONOURS. SECOND TERM BEGiNS WEDNESDAY, 7th JUNE ectus on Application. Headmistress at home biy Appointment.' helt. 326. J. McCowan, B.A., Dip. Ed., Headmistress. MENTONE GRAMMAR SCHOOL AY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. ary to Leaving Honours. Boys admitted to Kindergarten at age of four. Separate Department for Junior School. MODERATE FEES. ithy Surroundings. Ideal Situation. Extensive Grounds. COACHING COLLEGE. NIGHT CLASSES Pupils Prepared for all Examinations. Complete Provision for Boarders, For Prospectus and Particulars of Scholarships, Apply C. C. THOROLD, M.A., Headmaster. 0 Chelt. 409. Tel.: Chelt. 409. L You can step out with confidence when you have had your suit Dry Cleaned and Pressed Our nominal charges enable you always to be well groomed. ?PRINCE'S LAUNDRY ...
PIPE OF PEACE? [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 26 May 1939
PIPE OF PEACE? We have been asked whether a handsome pipe received in last week's mail by a well-known official gentle man, is a token of peace-fomn an or ganisation of ratepayers.` The gentle man's original pipe was noticed to have reached an advanced 'statge of senile decay early in the wveek, and an aura of mystery surrounds -the ori gin of the new one, which arrived a couple of days later. The whole busi ness is now enveloped in an impene trable smoke of mystery.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 26 May 1939
PERSONAL. Mr and .Mrs H. W. Hanton are spending a holiday at Buffalo. t Mr A. Steele, assistant shire engi neer, and Mrs Steele returned this week from a holiday spent at Bel grave. Their many friends: in' Frankston and district, will learn with regret that Mr and Mrs A. Bruce, of "Muir,' Dandenong road, Frankston, will be leaving shortly to live .in Ripponlea. Mr and, Mrs Brnce have been actively associated with church and charitable work lduring thir long residence in Frankston," and their absence will e a distinct "loss tortheO Iommunity. '.Coloaelcaind. MTr. Bllton: aree at .pre. recuperating after a 'recent illness.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 26 May 1939
Good Advertising Pays - Use Want Ads. Want-Ad. Costs b1. l r 14 Words ee Your Newsagent J. C. O'BRnkIEN, GRAIN, PRODUCE, EGG Public Market, Wells St., Frankston. pHONE: Frankston 108. After Hours, Somerville 254. ing Mush .... ." 7/9 '? eat, F'A.Q . .... .. ........ 3/2 ras G's ... . 6/11 ollerd, 7's .... .... .... .... . .... 8/2 ,hbetmeal, 7's .. ...... ... .... 8/6 icemeal, 1121bs. .......... 7/6 *ushed Oats, 21 bush. .?: .... 9/ traw? extra good .. ... 2/6 lixed Grain, 1501lb.' . ....... 10/3 est holler Flour .. .... 19/6 leggitts Meal ............ ....10/6 Iarley Meal ........ :.. . 6/6 Eggoleen .... .... .... .... .... .... 14/6 IKrace ...... ... .... 21/6 Shell Grit ............... ....... 2/11i Super ....... .... ........ ....... 6/9 Market Garden ............ 12/9, Slaked Lime .................... 2/10. Blood and Bone ........ .... .11/ No. 1 Carmen Seed Potatoes 17/6 cwt. Chaff, Green String ............ 5/6 Chaff, Wheaten ............ .... 5/ Chaff, Cow .....................
R.S.S.I.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 26 May 1939
R.S.S.I.L.A. The monthly meeting of the R.S. and S.I.L.A., Frankston branch, will take place in the' Soldiers' Hall, on Monday, June 5. Diggers will contest another golf tournament on Sunday;; June 4. Entries should be lodged with Mr E'Kerr, Parkstreet.
F.H.S.O.S.A. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 26 May 1939
F.H.S.O.S.A. The committee of the Old Students' Association have 'all arrangements well in hand for the dance to be held at the school tomorrow. (Saturday) night. Prizes will 'be given the win ners of the novelty dances. Ken Foster's orchestra will supply the old time and modern melodies.
SALE OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 26 May 1939
SALE OF LAND. Under instructions from their solici tor; Mr G. G. Austin announces that he will offer 'by auction;, on behalf .of the Shire of Frankston and Hastings, several building allotments in desit able positions. Seven allotments are catalogued for sale of attractive size suitable for home building. The de tails of the auction are given in the auction columns, and further details as to locality may be obtained from the offices of Mr Austin, Bay, street, Frankston, or Mr R. C. Taylor, solici tor, Bay street, Frankston.
FOOTBALL FOOTBALL TOPICS. PEARCEDALE DOWN FRANKSTON B. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 26 May 1939
FOOTBALL --0 FOOTBALL TOPICS. PEARCEDALE DOWN FRANKSTON_ B. After a meritorious win at Dromana the previous week, Frankston Juniors suffered an unexpected reversal of form at Pearcedale on Saturday. Shortly after half-time Pearcedale were 10 goals in front, and no effort of Frankston could reduce that lee way. The standard of football rarely rose above. "ruck and tumble" level. Heavy buminps were given and taken freely, but there were no spiteful in cidents. Pearcedale's familiarity with their own. ground should mean an advan tage bf half-a-dozen goals over every visiting team. Little has been done to the arena th the past three years to make it even passably good. The attention of the League, which re centiy iii?olibited future play on Keasl Park reserve (Caiarim), could well be centred on this ground. Pearcedale dominated the ruck and centre; and, wi?th the exception of Mc Comb, oiitmarked Frankston. Siillivan, at full-forward, played fine football, aiid secured many goals froni s...
The Score Board A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 26 May 1939
The Score Board A- GRADE. HASTINGS-TYABB 13.11 d. S O ERVILLE 7.14.. SORRENTO 4.17 d. MORBINGT TN 5.9:.' FRANKSTON 24.14 d. SEAFO RDCARRU.M 4.7. B GRADE. . NAVAL DEPOT 13.9 d. RED HILL 9.6. PEARCEDALE 18.11 d. FRANK STON 7.9. SBALNARRING 11.23 d. BAXTER 6.9. ýDROMANA 15.24 d. HASTINGS-TYAI B 3.11:
SEAFORD OUTCLASSED. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 26 May 1939
SEAFORD OUTCLASSED. Frankston was superior to Seaford Carrum at Frankston do Saturday.. As in the jrevious week, the Frank ston 'back line was almost impreg nable and limited the opposition's, tally of goals to four. Final scores were: Seaford-Carrum 4.7; Frankston 24.14. For Frankston, Prendergast re ceived the best and fairest award. With Avery he was a thorn in the side of the yellow and blacks. These two rovers, now that Lathan (Naval Depot) has transferred to New South Wales ,are outstanding in the competition, and are always ipotential match winners. On Saturday their handling of the wet ball left nothing to be desired. Others who played consistent foot ball were Harry, Peters, McComb, Staff, .Clapham and Rosenbroch. Seaford, despite the difference in scores, was by no means out of the picture, and several players held their own with Frankston's best. Seaford-Carrum's outstanding play ers were Gunn, Alk, A. Davage, Dar roch, Pritchard and Hawking.. Goal kickers were: F. Favies...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 26 May 1939
PLAZA THEATRE FRANKST Phone Frankston 407. SCREENINGS NIGHTLY - THREE CHANGES A FRIDAY. and SATURDAY, MAY 26 and 27 A Capitol Theatre Long-Run Attraction IF I -'WERE' KING Starring the Popular Players, Ronald Colman, Fr Dee and Basil Rathbone For General Exhibition. Also Michael Whalen and Lyn Bari in an exciting Racecourse Story SPEED TO BURN In addition is a Short Feature: Love Goes West and a News Gazette All for General Exhibition. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, MAY 30 and. 31 Another of the popular Bulldog Drummond Serien 'Arrest Bulldog Drummond Featuring John Howard, Heather Angel and H. B. Warner Not 'Suitable for General Exhibition. Joan Gardner and Ian Collin in an adventurous story the African Veldt Wings Over Africa suitable for general exhibition Also a Cartoon, Rob 'Emi Gbod" and a Short Featuri S"It's ail Ill Wind" FRIDAY AND SATURiAY, JUNE 2 and 3. * .. Spaiwn of the North A thrillinig tale of gallant adventure starring George Raft and Dorothy Lamour Nbt Suitable for Geindfi...
TYABB CRICKET CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 26 May 1939
TYABB CRICKET CELEBRATION. The cricket club has decided to hold a dance and social in the Tyabb Hall on Wednesday night _next, to celebrate..the winning of the "A" grade premiership. GROUNI CONTROL. There has been a fresh develop ment in the long disagreement be ,tween district people over the ques tion whether or or iot organised Sunday games shall be permitted at the Ty abb recreation ground. Strong ex ception has been taken. against the attitude of. the. committee for "ban ning locals (playing outside teams, and a.petitionhas been drawn up in favor of ,a transfer to municipal control. District residents are flocking to sign the petition, and within the past 'few days it has 'been ifficially. stated thlitmany leadiing citizens have added their signature - to the requisition fa voring removal of control from the present local- management to munici pal control.
FRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 26 May 1939
FRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The pulpit will be occupied on Sun= day morning and evening by the Rev. Calwallader Jones, of Melbourne. Mr Jones .will also preach at 'Baxter in the afternoon. On Wednesday, May 31, the Fellowship will meet, and 04 Thursday, June 8, a commencement will be made with the formation of ?a. Mothers' Club in connection with the church.
COUNTRY WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 26 May 1939
COUNTRY WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES. The monthly meeting of the Frank ston branch of the fountry Women's Association was held yesterday. Mrs Harcourt. presided over, 26 members. Two new members were welcomed. After the agenda paper was dealt with Miss Sutherland was elected secretary, and will take over from the retiring secretary (Mrs Ramsden) next month. Mrs Patterson and Miss Sutherland will represent Frankston branch at the annual conference in Melbourhe in June. Members are 'busy preparing articles for the annual exhibition to be held in the lower hall' of the Melbourne Town Hall next month.' At the conclusion 'of the busi ness portion of the meeting Mrs Hurry gave an interesting and descrip tive talk of her trip abroad during the coronation. - - - -
DAY-OLD CHICKS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 26 May 1939
DAY-OLD CHICKS. Of interest to: poultry farmers is an advertisement in this issue announc 'ing that the Stirling Stud Poultry Farm, of Flinders road, Tyabb, has many different kind' of pure-bred day old chickens now for sale, including 'White Leghorns, Australorps and Rhode Island Reds. The proprietor (Mr Paganoni) has the breeders kept in most natural conditions on free range all the time.