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AMONGST THE GEE-GEES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
. AMONGST THE GEE-GEES. ;.Aspendale got avcry muggy day' for last Saturday's 'meeting. 'In -fact,' at one time, it.looked as though the an gry skies would weep, but, as usual, only the ptnlters wept l The youngsters' event brought out but three to fight for tie 100 stake, and despite the fact that she was slightly lame, the punters made Noi ran favorite. Adam Skirving's filly; however, failed to get in front of the Woorak colt, Whilttier, who vwas cirry ing .Collis Boyd; When the pinch came. Naturally, the tribe made ,Liberty Loan favorite for the' Aspendale Plate. His victories at Moonee Valley and Mfettone demanded it. Wedding Mlorn ,was. also'.supported, but she just mis sed a place. Liberty Loan won; one might si', aill tile way, and Pasant and Torchy. were the only ones to seriously 'challenge- his right to the stake. The i; tnlucky Flaviol, from ' Cecil Godby's Mentone- stable, was the cho sen of the five ;for the Aspendale Park Handicap, lbut 'despite Paddy Kelly's energy in ...
NORTHERN PENINSULA SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
NORTHERN PENINSULA SOMERVILLE. G. Grant, lbi, b Johlansen . .. 2 5. S. Gault, b b'rueeman ..... \V. HI-lutchlinsol, runl out .. .. ... 2 S. Mlarlin, b Johansen ...... 0 AI. .lalington, .c' Tyler, b IFreeman 3 L. I'llornell,:c 'reidman, b Johan- 2 J. Knnucley, b Freeiman . . .. O \\'. "L'yrer, c \Voolhouse, b Free an ...... ........ K1. \Vebb; not out ;. .. '. .. 4 R. 'ntluank, c McPherson,uc b S:IFrccllla .. .. ...... .. 0 N. Unthank, b Rankine ...... 1,4 Sundries .. .. .. .. .. .. . 10 -Total.' " .. .. ... .. .. 66 Bowling: Jolhansen 3 for "d, Frec nan 5 for 13, Grifith 0 for t, atn :ine I for 8. M?ORNINGTON. Townsend,- c . rantr :; .l Thornell. 9 ,.ankine; e, ThIlornell .. 1. . sertntlh, c Gra.t, b i-tutchiuison 0 1 rccr;u, c" lillington, Lb l-uLt clhinson ..1 Iclihcrson, c Grant, b Thornell 5i \ C. Laia; rue out .1... .. 1 uolleanslen, b lutclulnson ". .... \\'oothousc, b HIutchinson . .. U Cook, u t-horell . . ,rolver, i 'elutclllon t .. .. Tyler, ntOt'out .,0.. . - .. ;. .. 0 S...
PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. Ont Saturday, Jatiuary 7th, the P.C.A. resumed its gaines after the holidays . French Island journeyer to Hastings, and after an interest ing game Hastings proved the -vic tors. Scores: FRENCH ISLAND. \V. Duscher, c Kntox, b Floyd ,.. 3 W. Tlhomtpson, c Rcid, h Floyd .t. 2 J. RatfTord, t" Marabella, b .Floyd" 0 R. De la '-Haye, b Reid .. .. 23 P. Davon, b Floyd . . 6 'A. Benntlts. 'b Floyd .. ... 0 E. Lothani, c Franeis, b Marabella 0 Di De la Haye, not out .. . 0 N.. Renwlrck, c Lantglholtz, b Floyd 0 R. McGuttigan, lbw, b t Reid .. .. 0 J. King, c Le Hurey, b Reid .. 0 Sundries .. . . .. Total ..... ........ 41 Bowling: F. Floyd 6 for 15. F. Alarabella 1 for 19, D. Reid 3 for 0. 1-HASTINGS. F. Floyd, b A. Bennetts .. .. 1 D. Reid,.b A. Bennetts .. .. 12 A. Lc t-urcy, stpd \. Thompson, b A. Bcnnctts ...... 8 D. Knox, lbw,"b I)Davon .. .. 15 S. MXar:bella, b Bennetts ., .. 0 11. Cowestall, It Bennetts .. _ 4 A. Fracis, b Bennetts ...... 0 1). Langtoltz, b Bent...
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
BOXING. "Arty". Pow?'ll, who is coming before the public lately as referee, hangs out at Mordlialloc. "Arty" it about the size of Billy Htighes, bautthe is a chap who caii wield a fiery pen. His boxing 'er ports are classics i "Bill'" Lang still follows tle. game- from the ringside. H-e is some size these days--as befits a Boniface-and a tap on the sniffer would certainly make one acquainted with \lorpheus for more than the specified time l A couple of Sundays ago Lang was observed snif finf the aromatic atmosphere of Franks tolln I A family casualty notice having been hung out, Chris. Jordan did not continue with his engagement withl "Kid" Dale, Who has been shadow-sparring with. the mosquitoes down lChelsea way .,for a couple of weeks past. ,
Cricket GENERAL MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
GENERAL MIA'TCHES. Frankston's XI to visit Glen huntley to-morrow:-Baxter (2), Kennedy, Box, Earl, Deane, Watkins, Kemp, Burton; Hanton and Patterson. The team to vis it carrum will be-sharland, N. Baxter, Empey. Sharp, Suther land.. Evans, Croskell, Rayson, H. McComb (capt) and Dess. At Frankston, against Preston, the team will be :McComb (3); Ait kin, Petrie, Hague, Lawrey, Luff Reynolds, Cameron, Dalman. Note Will all who contribute notes to "Sport and Anecdote" arrange for notes to reach this office not later than Mondays ? No cricket scores will be accep ted later than Tuesdays.:
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
j T CRICKET. uplholding- Carlton's' prestige, as a "shack"' on Long Island ;,and spenlds most of his week-ends there.' Jim Jolly reckons the inter-State teams will know Bowes before long. .\lore records have reached me--and ll are welcome. Against the Erratics, a few c ears ago, Bell. Baxter made 263 not out in a score of 371--Clharlie Law rey gave a helping hand to tlie extent 'of 53 not out--and hit 16 sisers (six 6's successively) and' 24 boundaries: I- t would 'seem" that Ben. Bixter's slecial forte in those days were cen tilries and hitting sixers. In a total score of 446 runls iagainst the .WaVtverers ihL miade 300, "hitting 19 6's md 30' 4's; his"105 against Ellenulale showed 9 4's iind 5 6's; his 122 against Balnarring showed' 6 6's and 14 4's, but hd made 106 retired against Flinders, and only Ihit three 4'sl' Note" Will'all who contribute notes to "Sport and Anecldote" arrange.-for:notes to reach this office not later than Mondays ? No cricket scores will be accep ted late...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
Great Summer Sale Ic-----mor-- -- Goods are to be Cleared Regardless of Cost, so Come Early Only Limited Supply of Each Article Here are a few of the Bargains we are offering A few Ladies Cotton-Crepe Dresses Extra good quality White Pique, sa ," at 15s each. rifice at 2e ilid per yard ' Blouses :i uPrint, Volle and Silk Galatea at Is II d per yard from 3a lid : . - ito Unbleached Calico at Is 3d White aprons from is 9d Very good quality White Calico at Blnck aprons from 2s 6l Is 5d per yard Black Cotton Stockings at IsGfd Good Cream Flannel at 2s 9d per yd Bonds Artifloial Silk Stockings, in Natural Flannel at 2s 6d :all Colors, from 3d lid to 12s lid Very special line of Sheeting--54 " A large stock of children's dresses , Herringbone Twill at 2s lid; 80 " from as 6d each : - . ' , Herringbone Twill at 38 lid SVery specinla line of. Ladles V.e s, Bables white allk Peter Pan Hats at mercrised (Bond's) at 4a Ilad ' 2" 2" d oeach Also line of Cotton Vests at Is 9d Large Aesortment of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
,OFrankston Directory.s_ Estatlshied 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON ,Late, A.I.F.) Progoressive Iron mrnongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glasswvate and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash commornw[al tb.H and usttraIia OPEN FOR ALL CLASSES OF General Banking Business in the Principal Cit;es and Towns of Australia aend Ra5a.: (ew rlin ; London (2). Savings Bank Department aLt aII BranciEhe n Svings Bank eonCies A t 2802 asa OetFce· throu mh 3: Intereut on Deposit p to £1,00. i3 Interest on Amounts over ,n1,O0 up to £1,300 JAMES KELL, Sir DENISON MILLER, K. .M. ., The Seaford Park Estate Wells Read. 19r minutes walk value : all road formed. Plans from station. Huge blocks, 100 x obtainable from Erody & Farmer, 236, only £25--£5 deposit. £3 Estate Agents. Frankston, or quarterly. Bound to increase in WI-A. E. ROG-AN & CO; 317 Collins Street, Ifelbourne : P TUR S: Frankston Pictures Company Limited Thomas - Meighan in CIVILIAN CLOTHES a fine story of surging ...
BY THE WAY. NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
BY THE WAY. NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS. From various quarters one hears that the. old custom of publicly bringing in tlfe New Year is quickly dying out. For as long as old people can -remember, crowds gathered at the Cross or the post office on New Year's Eve for midnight -to strike, then broke into loud cheering, sang a verse or two of "Auld Lang Syne,"-shook hands all round, then went off home, or if they were.Scotclt they made -a round of visits among their friends, "first-footing." In thle latter case- there was a bottle of 'whisky in the pocket and a glassiquite innocent of standing capacity. Whether this was symbolic, rumour has not-said. -Nowa days people prefer to be asleep in their beds when the old year goes and tht. new' year enters - They see nothing to rejoice about- in the fact that..they-are i year older,.and as forthbe good wishes, theseA re -taken nas .'re.i d .s. ,r? ,a. lieoil? whon-either?.take'- is itbues sadly nor our sorrows tboseriously'. We are neither Stoics nor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
. Frankston EDirectory._ BAY STREET BAKERY F. M. Herbert ............ .Baker, Pastry Cook and Caterer ............ Only the best articles supplied.... We study the wishes of our customers....... Letters, etc, receive attention. Picnic Parties & Socials Catered for. .. Afternoon Tea a Speciality. .. Bread Delivered ,Daily. BAY STREETi" FANKS 6ON W. J. Withington (20 years as General Haum with L. Foster & Son, Mlelbourne) Informs the public of Frankston anl district that he has commenced businessa as...... . $SADDLER .. First-class Workmanship, Guaranteed at Melbourne Prices! Note the address-Next to Brown & Muir's, the blacksmithe Playne Street ..:.. Franikston FRANKSTON DAIRY Pure Milk, direct from the Owner's well known Dairy Farm Customers may confidently rely on the purity and High class Quality of the milk supply. Cvwa msil:iol under strict personal supervision. Milk treated by latest scientifl appliances, render ing contamination impossible. Agent for Cl...
Sport and Anecdote SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE" WISE AND OTERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
Sport and Anecdote SDME NEWSV TATTIF Rv anuarmenor* saAshJ1 S WISE AND OTERWISE. Sobriety is like civility-it costs no thing! : It.is not sufficient for a cove to know a good tlliig when he sees it., He must also seize a good thing when lie knows No man should play thle fool unless lhe can. do it naturallyl This is sound adv'ice, and, like most advice, free. '"The Windsor "Magazine" says "tilere was. silence while the music drummed and'Ithe dancers stamped,. shouted and yelld." The silence thiatcould be felt!. . ,WhilstIllLSykes may.-hbave, his say anotdiprecdasputerineshen. I saiy lie hals taking ways I It is usually a blunt person who makes the most cutting remarks! Wives and daughters' all remind us, we must make our little pile, and, de parting, leave behind us,cash for.theni to live in style!
HELPS FOR THE SUFFERING. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
HELPIS FOR THE SUFFERING. The, nulmber of families who do not. one year or another have tihe care of ?ll invalid, whether Imlu, woman, or child. is comparatively small. Evercry wvolnus ihould study the little coos forts required by humnnity -coming: slowly out from the misery of a lono: illness. A bed in wrlhich the invalid has re mained i.ll day is sure to have become hot, wrinkled, and generally uncom fortabce Iby ngt, llie bed should. et tttle:z zt:t[ the ujpper sheet ex changed for a cool. aired one. Tlhie chalnge clmt be easoily effecccted by t?.n., two slheets, olne for day anrd one for night, and does not in ary way neces-. si:ate waeislg tl?em each day. Thi. air of thle rooml eti~t:d be rlchanged as lto?tloghl.y si po-slbtr. ';iln- tile invalid lous sulflc:cntly tre gaineld strength lilere slhould be twt. %ets of grllrlncnts-day and inight, tlE night gnlrae nta being placed in tlhe sun each mou:ling when taken off, ii o. fresh change for each day cannot be provided. The bath...
GOOD HEALTH ECZEMA. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
.? OD H EAL.T' ECZEMA. Eczema is tbe most frequently -I Witll of all skin diseases. It is met with as a complaint by itself, or as a complication of other'skin diseases. It is easily- recognised-a portion of the skin is seen to bered and inflamed and becomes stifft with numerous small pimples and puapules. The scurf-skin peels off, and a watery exudation, sometimes mixed with a little blood. comes out. The:exudation dries into crusts on thie skin (it will stiffen linen the saie is s starch does): There is Consilderabte itching, whiich is made worse by rubbing.: There is anll al tuosl irie-isliblt desire to scratch the atfected parts. The causes are very various, and they include irritation of the skit from any cause (such as ex cessive heat), or obstructlons-of the circtulations of the veins. Eczema, however, is most frequently hereditary. Since its eauses are various,.so must its Ireatment, be. depending always ot the assumed cause of" it, and on the dtysical characteristics of the...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
to the'Editor. Sir.-- was ple?ised to read M?r. T.: White's letter in defence of the directors' action in reference to the appointment of the secretary of tile Cool Stores, and note he would like mle to comle straight to tile point re salmle. I contend that efficiency should be the plrincipal .consideration when filling the \vacancy of suchI a posi tion. -With all due respect to MAr. .Murray. I fear ithat his past ex perience in that class of work has been very limited. I note Mr. \White has not touched on what grounds the anointmoent was. tmade, possibly for sentimenttal reasons, and on ac count of his public services. - If such is the case, 1 consider that they should confine the mixture of btlsiness and sentiment to their oewn private affairs, and not tile business of a public concern. Ant qulite aware of their right to appoint a secretary. and same was quite in order according to our rules. But I eontetnd that tinder the extraorditary circumlstances, viz., two eolleagtues as nom...
Phillip Island VICE-REGAL VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
? -Phiilia Island VICE:REGAL VISIT. By Our Special Reporter. A thoroughly happy, homely holiday is being spent by His 'Excellency the Govrnor,n, Lady Stradbroke and their- family at Coowes .They breakfast at home and then stroll down to tlie? Isle of :Wight Hotel for lunch' and dinner.. Frequently His Ex., in com fortable,-- serviceable looking clothes, may be seen manoeuv ring a solid-looking rowing boat at the Cowes pier-his sons armed with fishing rods. ihe railway revenue on hno Stony Point line must be showing a decided increase for people are swarming down, to the -full accommodation of Phillip Island. When the "Genista" is not con veyiog passengers, it is making special trip to bring over the motor cars which run into a dead end at Stony Point. Talking of motor cars reminds us that a Government vote is available for exuenditure on the road to the Nobbies. Phillip Is. councillors should see to it that no further delay is permitted in putting this popular tourist route n nrnnO*...
DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL. COUNCIL TO LEVY SPECIAL RATE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
-DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL. COUNCIL TO LEVY SPECIAL RATE. The Shire Council. in its effort to secure a District High School, finds that it is not only necessary to pro vide the land (about ten acres) for the building, and playgrounds, but a sun of £1500 minst also be guaran teed by the residents before the Education: Departmtent will consider the matter. Cr. Mason, at -last week's meeting of the Frankston and HIastings Shire Council, moved that a special rate of 3d. in the £ be leried over the whole of, the shire, to provide the necessary money. He.said that tthe rate- sitggested spread over twelve months would realise £650. and it would be an equitable way of se curing the hntoncy, as the establish mentu of a school at Frankston would be a direcc benefit to thle whole conmmunity. H-e stated that? he had written to" adjoining shires asking for assistance, but up to tile present had received only one rell.t. The rfornington Shire President had written saying that the -feeling of leading t...
NO RESEMBLANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
NO RESEMBLANCE. "Now, Nora.' said the physician. to an Irish girl who was nursing a b.,d case of fever, "if the patient seen snakes again, give him a. dose of this medicine. I shall be, ia again at six." The hour for. his returh arrived. The. physician once more visited the sick patient and found. him raving. He had been so, s~id ,the nurse, for hours. "And did you give him the meli cine 7" inquired the puzzled doctor. Nora shook her head. "But didni't I tell you to give him hc.medicine if he saw snakes again 7' demanded the physician. "But he didn't say ~i saw snakes this toirse, dochtof," replied the nursa, confidently. "He .saidhe saw red, white, and blue ttirkeys, wid straw hats on "
GENERAL NOTES. "FISH OUT OF WATER." BUT, FOR ALL THAT, NOT OUT OF THEIR ELEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
GENERAL NOTES. '"FISH OUT OF WATEP.." ----+--- - BUT, FOR ALL THAT, NOT cCT OF THEIR ELEMENT. The belief exists that a fish cv .:,o. live without water ; but there :c a species of perch which walk, r land for miles, and what is I,, r markable, actually climbs tr,: The Indian climbing perch c:c: -. bas) was first observed by Lic:.: Doldorf, of the Danish East In...:' Company. To pursue rare and d.lieious in- , ?-which never settle upon the " a:r -this flnny contradiction crawl: over the land by means of its spiked ns,. which are situated under its sody, and upon rcuching Pa tree it hol- it self up the trunk,, uring it: ::e gill-covers, much the same as boys use climbing irons. Another amlphibian is the groet heue little fish known as the shanny or -he blenny. Plentifully endowed I." :n all-wise Providence.with sharp fr, :s of spiked fins, this little creat:- i nicl.nr.me by flthermen all roar the roaost of lKnglalld as the "u:nbi,:..., or "butter?.'" Usually i,)uad under stones or in...