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The Standard FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1922 Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
FRIDAY. JANUARY I3. 1922 Loca'. and Generdai :News. The Frankston show yesterday was a splendid. success, viewed from every standpoint. Between £60 and £70o was taken at the gate, and ecord entries were received. -The "Standard's" special report will appear in our next issue. The Sccretay" or lthb Fraskston New Year's Day Athletic Sports a:. kiiowyledges with thatrks the following donations :' Major Grice, £1 1s 'Mr Detmoltld, 5 ? ?Mr J: B. Jolly, £1 :is; Mrs Aloloisey £1 s; :Mr B. Master .too. £2 2s; Mr A. "cKinnon, £2 2s; Mr J. Nott Marsh, 10a 6d:; -Mr? W.P. Mason, 10a 6d; Mrs Hay, l0s Gd; Mrs Wel's, Se;' Messra Morris: and': Out trim, £11s;; aIr Bennett. £1 1s; .M?r :. Bray,. Its 6d; ,.essrs Bell Bros, Se: Mr N. Clements, 10i; Aih P. Wheeler, 5s; Mr W. Clarke, ij0 6d; Mrs Dodd,: s;' Mte J.-L.; Pratt, 10s 6J; 'MrG. Keast, Sa; AIr W. J. Oates, 10s Gd .
VISITORS TO PHILLIP ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
VISITORS TO PHILLIP ISLAND. Professor Harrison Moore and his wife have been visiting San Remo and Phillip Island. Mr and Mrs Stanley Vial, with their four sons, are staying at Cowes for a few weeks. Mrs Ben Richards and her children left this week for Cowes for a short holiday. Mr and Mrs C. B. Moore and Miss Doris Moore left on Satur day for Cowes, where they will stay at the Isle of Wight Hotel. It is not suffcient for a cove to know a good thing when he sees it He must also seize a good thing when he knows Sobriety is like civility-it costs no thing?!
Church Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
Church Anniversary. The anniversary services of th Mie thodist Church, Frankston, will be held on Sunday next. Special services wii; be conducted by the Rev. A. P. Bladen, O.B.E, president of the Methodist Con ference. Next Friday night a concert, under the auspices of the local .,ethodists, will le held in tlfe .eclianics' Institute, Frankston.-. Besfdes local talent, Miss Irene Wonnacott and Mr.'Percy Blun dell, of Melbourne, will contribute to the programme. . Miss Wonnocott is a vocalist and elocutionist, baing an A.N.A, prize winner. Percy Blundell Is Mel bourne's popular tonor. Other artists include Miss True, Mrs W. Barber, (nee Vines), Mrs Grant, Dulcie Logau, Mesars Dodd. Den ham and others.
HOT BATHS FOR FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
HOT BATHS FOR FRANKSTON. At last Council meeting, Cr. MIa son introduced to tle -Presidcnt, .lr. Craven of the Middle Park B3aths, who sottught assistance in the matter of erecting baths on tile -Beach at Frankston. Mr. Craven said if the council would erect a stitable build ing he would provide necessary plant, valued at £4-00 or £500. and pay rental equal to 10 per cent. per atltnnl on the council's expendi:ure. Cr. Alden moved, and Cr. Jones seconded. that '1Mr. Cravet.'s pro posal be referred to tile ioreshiore Co nnttittee.-Carriedl.
ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
ABOUT PEOPLE. The death of Mr. J. Swan, on Sat urday last. removes one of Seaford's most highly respected' residents.- By his upright life Mr. Swan endeared himself to a very wide circle of friends, and his loss is deeply la mented. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McCulloch, who have been on an- extended tour through America, England, and the Continent. returned to Melbourne a fesw weeks ago. Mr. M[cCulloch spent last week-end with his son, \lr. H. I. McCulloeh, at Seaford, and paid a flying visit to Frankston on Saturday. Mr. W. Catanaelh, Chairman of the State Rivers and \\ater Supply Com mission, spent the . holidays at Frankston. Mlr. and lrs. .. D. Jennings and Miss Jennings, of Frankston, are en joying -a holiday at Lakes Entrance.
SOMERVILLE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
SOMERVILLE SHOW..r A .'general meeting of, t:he Soiner vil!e Fruitgrowers' Horticultural -and Agricultural Association will be- held on Monday next. January-16th, at8 p.m., when details in'connection with the -fortihcomning' show .will be dis cussed; also a notice 'of motionu pro posing an increase in.anount of'sib scription fee. A" full ,attendancej is requested. It is good policy to sup port the: show, which advances the interests of the district' Tlihe Frtit growers'; Association works contitu alli for the industryv for'.the district, and, incideritally, for'; every? resident.
SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
SHIRE COUNCIL. The monthly meeting of the council of the Shire of Frankston and Hastings Swas held on Thlursday, 5th January, at Frankstoon. P'resent:-Cr. W. Longmuir (Presi dent), Crs. .McLean. Mason, Oates, Wells, H. E. Unthank, C. Jones. Alden. Armstrong, Latham, Gray., May and Walker. CORRESPONDENCE. From Q...1.D. Hospital, re cost of building measles ward, and asking coun cil to forward its proportion of cost £5/7/5.-Agreed to. WV. Kiloer, M. .Moran and \W. Lynch, applying for permission to erect bath ing boxes at Frannkston.-Granted. lailway Comnmissioners, re couicil's appreciation of suggestion to run motor train service on Stony Point line, and stating that there must be some mis apprehension, as the Commissioners have not .et made any decision in the direc tion indicated, hut were causing, en quiries to be made.-Cr. Gray said it was satisfactory to kitow that the Com mnissioners were investigating tile mat ter, and lie moved that-tlle secretary reply to that effect. Geo. F...
SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
SOMERVILLE. On Sunday, January 1st, at 11 a.m., in St. Andrew's Church, Somcr ville, the Rev. W\. P. Bainbridgc was inducted as first vicar of the Paroch ial district of Somerville. The ser vice. which was a very imlpressive one, was conducted by tile Vicar General. the Vunerable Archdeacon Hindlcy. in the presence of a large congregation. Tihe induction ser vice was followed by a celebration of Holy Comununion: This district was formerly worked under tie Bro.herhood system, with Rev.-F. E. ,Watts, M.A., as principal, whose lhceadtquar;ers were at Hastings. The subdivision of the Parochial district of WVesternport into three small parishes is the result of nuclh strenuous and self-sacrificing labor ont the art of the late vicar and hi colleagcues. The Rev. Mr. Balitbridge w-ill re terial res ponsibilities will incltude St. side in Somerville, and his minis Thomas'. Langwarrin, Pearcedalc, anld Baxter. \ welcothe social was tendered by tile local church congregation to NMr. and Mrs. ...
COUNCIL'S STONE QUARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
COUNCII:S'STS'ONE: QUARRY. Major, Lazarus,. (shijre engineer) read lthe? report ofd the spcial comrn mittee?. appointed to- investigate., the working- of-' the Moorooduc Stone Quarry. -This - report showed that the committee had carried out its du ties very thoroughly; and various:re commendations -were.;madce to bring the enterprise right utp to date in the natter- of ,generali managemnent. Sat isfaction was: expressed with the wyork"of Mr. Moran,:who had charge of the w:ork, aid:it was felt thit the coimmittee's :'.recomienndations, if gisen effect to, wvotild ?be '"of `'assist ancito ;hini A tally clerk was ap lointed by the c-nommittee in antici patiodi of the couneil's approval, and the report ,iidicates 'that thie coun cil possessed."ini the quarry, a very uluable asset. of the report. said he had been most agreeably impressedo with "the value of the iquirry. As a business pro position he would like'?to sit be lhind''it. Itl ivould be rnecessary for the 'cbuncilato secure' a?m...
SOMERVILLE TENNIS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
SOMERVILLE .TENNIS COURT.? A riionth ago Cr. McLean moved that a grant. be made for' the: ini provement-of; the Somerville Tenihis Court ,bit:- the motion svas defeated. At last -w"'eek's meetirig .lie again urged thd-matter. A'letter was read from. the secretary of the' tennis club, stating that the court, which is in the public park, is opcn to ,the general public.. Cr. M[cLean em phasised this fact, and succeeded in enlisting the suliport of lhis collea gues. \Vhile it- was argued that a vote could not: be made. out';bf, tlhe general fund, it was agreed that a' sumt of £10, could be made' available fromn the 'annual, grant :fo'-the'. itlt provcment of the park.
Frankston Fire Brigade To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
Srankston Fire Brigade To the Editor. Sir .- have noticed some contro versy in the daily papers in connec tion with the fire at Seaford. It was stated that the Frankston Fire Bri tgade 'did not respond to the call. Through the siediius of your paper, I would like to explain the actual circumstances, in justice to our bri gade. Five lminutes after the bell had l rung the nmajority of the bri gade .'were . on the spot, acid were qtlite ready. To know the ecact 'lo ritioti of-the ..fire, I telephoned tc Cr. Howell. at Seaford. I was told it was some. ti. tree on the fore shore, and that it was all out, and the brigade Could do nothing. It was useless the brigade rtlshini, away to a fire that had beect quelled, when possibly anothelid otutbreak might have occurred in thle district. It is a very simple mnatter to criticise the action of a- 'vlunteer brigade without. first ascertainin,, tl facts of the' case, and the towtires well knows',the fire brigade aire there when watired.-Yours, et...
SHIRE COUNCIL ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
SHIRE COUNCIL ACTION. Reference was made at last week's meeting of the Frankston. and Hastings Shire Council to the dangerous position at Seaford. Crs. Armstrong and Latham spoke on the nmtter, and Iit was resolved, oil the motion of Crs. McLean and 'Alden, that thse Shire President be nauthorised to.call a "public meeting at Seaford,.in order that the position could tbe fully dis cussed, and-necessary action taken to minimise the danger arising from bush fires.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
CARRUM DIRECTORY Seacombe House Opposite Station ABeach Frontage Phone I Carrunm RR U M Phone 1 Carrum Under New Managemrent Mrs A. Samuels (late of Essendon), Proprietress. Vacancies for Boarders. Reasonable Winter and Summer-Tariff. Meals at all Hours. Afternoon Tea. Cakes, etc. BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, Good Accommodation. A Home away from Home Confectionary, Soft Drinks, Soda Fountain, Tobacco .... Cigarette, Cigars, &e. .. Motor Accessories & Oils Benzine. &c stocked. Only the Beet Brands and Makes in Stock. _ P - ----2 _? • ? General Grocer--Provision Store COODS FRESH AND CLEAN A. H. Hacking "You Can Pay More, but Cannot Get Better" Opposite Fire Station #"-4 - Point Nepean Road Carrum iW' All Goods at City Prices WI We Have Up-to-Date Cool Chambers "MIIA MIIA" Under New Management ( Wine Saloon @ N, DARrENTAS, PROPRIETOR Pt Nepean Road -- Carrum Special Accommodation for Visitors. ......... Meals a Speciality ......... When You are Passing, Drop I ........
CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
CARRUM. By Ouir Secial Reporter. The next important event to take place here is on FIonndattion Day when a big baz:aar is to be held it the hall. The proceeds are to be ianded to the -comlmittie of the Re creation Reserve, l\ ho intelnd to brimn that ground uip-to-date. Tle site i. a beautiful one, antd is in tile IFranks ton Shire, ku nown its "K.cast Park. It is on the foresllore, between Car runt and Seaford, and adjoining it is the teinis club. I le ground was obtained for the cita, in, of C;.rruns t through thie elfoti i o' Mr. iieast when hlie was M.L.,.. fo-r thile diitrict So far, the ;:uc.a has been top dressed, and it at. probability loo, I ball will be placs. there ill te co.. ing season. It .ily .atssit a little time when it will be one u. the best grounds out of the metro politan area. A\ queen competittion is being held, tlte entries being Misses Woodwood and Deakin, Queens of "Roses" and "Sport," and fronl ap Ipearances the contest is to be a close on, Ias each has im...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
--TH E CORNER STORE COWES, Phillip Island Is the most up to-date store on Phillip Island. -We have a fine assortment of Groceries, Drapery, Ironmongery, Fancy Goods, Boot, Shoes, Crockery, Glassware. .......... ....... Etc, etc. Campers ! Useful isitors! V6siiii piply • - We Lave alargo stock with bread, grocrios, PRESENTS of sand shoes, tennis shoes; bathing cos kerosno. ::cordials, temes, bathilg caps, tinware, t, t face creams and pew shortest notice. We Tobacco .. - Cigarettes, dareitis and pow stock only the best Pipes, Cigare, Cigarette ders, writing materl and Cleir Casos, Scents, ale, magazihes and brands -of goods and Wallets Powders, eadr- books. \Ve alio sell our prices are the kerchiefs .. Needlework ort rrge lowest possible. and hundreds of other sportl p csrtridge. sneful artislee suitable for prea?nts for young" . ... and cld ..... Wriio or phone Write or Phone Cowes 8 Cowes 8 G. WILLIAIVIS & SON LATE A.I. F. COWES PHILLIP ISLAND Phone No. 8 no- -0 t.n FRANTON...
SKETCHES OF COWES AT CHRISTMAS. II.—THE PIER IN THE EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
SKETCHES OF COWES AT CHRISTMSAS. II.-THE PIER IN THE EVENING. By "Homo." At rising from the table of my hotel after a hearty evening meal my thoughts naturally stray in the direction of how I am to fill in the remaining hours of Iwilight. On previous evenings, I have indulged in a motor jaunt to the back beach and to Rhyll, but now, as I lazily light my cigar, I turn to my companions with, the question, "What shall we do?" The weather being warm, one sug gests that we stroll along the pier. Ac cordingly, to:the pier we go, expecting to find the company of a few fishermen and some idle boats. -As we approaclr the shore end, we; find to our amazement that the whole place is inhabited, not by a few strag glers, but by a large "floating" poptu lation, massed at different points in1 groups, with each group bent on en joying itself. in its own particular man ner. Seated on the rail near the sheds, or reclining on the trolleys, the first patch is found, a colorless patch com posed mostly" ...