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PENINSULA MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
PENINSULA MEETING Rich summer fairways-the best on any but the oldest Australian courses -and true putting ?i?eehs will be ap preciated by competitors in the events of the Peninsula Country Golf Club open meeting to be held from Novem her 16 to 18. On the -printed forms it was stated that entries would close on Monday, October 30, but they will be accepted up to next Monday.
NEWS OF THE WEEK FREE PICTURES [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
NEWS OF THE WEEK FREE PICTURES A free picture night full of interest to all motorists will be shown in Olsen's garage, Frankston, on Mon day, October 20, by General Motors. These modern films are Interesting and educational, and give a wonder ful insight into the trend of up-to date car and truck design. NEW STOCKS lMr C. Hart, hoot repairer, oppo site the station in Young street, has now large stocks of leather suit cases at prices wlich compare favorably with those of city stores. Large ranges of men's latest style footwear and sports shoes are also displayed. PUBLIC invited demonstration meet ing. Mechanics' Hall, Wed., Novem ber S, 2.30 p.m., screening film, Cause and Prevention of Blindness Blind Orchestra. Jack Byrns (bari tone). Admission silver coin. Af ternoon tea. Aid Blind Auxiliary.
MARKET REPORTS FRANKSTON MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
MARKET REPORTS FRANKSTON MARKET. Frankston Market (Geo. Austin) re .orts the following prices on Wednes day last:-Game hen and .12 chicks, 11/;' W.L.;cockerels, lid to 1/10 pair; W.L. chicks, 2/6 ,dozen; . W.L. hens, 3/8 to 4/2 pair;. black hens, '6/; black cockerels, 7/7;, black chicks,, 3/5 'to 4/ pair. Fruit, vegetables, butter,. eggs, etc., all sold fairly well.
CHURCH NOTES ST. PAUL'S [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
CHURCH NOTES ST. PAUL'S The usual Sunday recital will be given at St. Paul's Church of England at 7.15 p.m. by the organist (Mr J. F. Brown). FRANKSTON JPRESBYTERIAN The Sunday School anniversary ser vices on Sunday should draw large congregations. Under the leadership of Mrs A. W. Dans, the scholars have made excellent progress with' their hymns of praise. The school is for tunate in having the help of the Rev. V. F. Hadley, B.A., morning and after noon, and the Rev. A. H. Michell in the evening, for both preachers are actively in touch with children's work. Parents and friends of the children are cordially invited .to be present. The concert and prize dis tribution will take place on November 14. On Sunday the Rev. F. Butchers will preach at Somerville in the after noon. The anniversary of the Somer ville Church will be celebrated by special services on November 12 at 3 and 7.30 p.m. After a successful year,. the Badmin ton Club went into recess last Tues day and will resume next ...
TENNIS C.P.A. MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
I1 NNLI C.P.A. MATCHES The season opened on October 1.1, and matches have 'been played on the last three Saturdays.- As no results have been published previously, we give the result of all matches played to date: A GRADE October 14: Bittern 109 games d. Baxter 6S.games; MIornington I. 97 d. Mornington II. 45; Sorrento 91 d Rosebud 87; Red Hill 102 d Somers 48; Somerville 99 d Tyabb 95. October 21: Morningtol 1. 120 d Somers 4S; Rosebud 10S d Morning ton II. 72; Sorrento 106 d'Tryabb 70; Red Hill 93 d Baxter 9; Bittern 113 d Somerville 54. October 2S: Red Hill 104 d Bittern 97; Mornington I. 109 d Baxter 53; Mornington II. 98 d Tya'bb 84. B GRADE October 14: Somerville 94 d Tyabb 79; Bittern 92 d, Raiter 63; Hastings I. 100 d Hastings II. 24; Rosebud 98 'd'Sorrento 75: Red Hill 92 d Mlain Ridge so. October 21: Rosebud 120 d Hast lings II. 33; Red Hill 105 d Baxter 79; Bittern 110 d Somerville 60; Main Ridge 94. d Hastings I. 89; Sorrento 111' d Tyabb 63. October 2S: Tyabb 100 d Hasti...
RIDING CLUB Successful Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
RIDING CLUBE Successful Picnic More than 30 members of Frank ston Riding Club travelled to Heales ville on Sunday as guests of the Hea lesville Riding Club: They were wel romed by Cr Hugh Huxham, Mounted Constable Gilmore. Mr A. Chitty. Mr John Pomeroy '(the well-known ama teur rider of Dec.kard), and Mr A. Hallaum, secretarv of the Healesville Horseman's Club. After a picnic lunch in the pic turesque Queen's Park, ;the club was supplied with hacks, and the com bined clubs, consisting of more than 52 riders, made their way to Yum bunga Lake, thence to Myers' Creek, Donnelly's Weir, Maroondah Dam, and the Badger C'reek sanctuary via the loot of Mt. Riddle, and returned to the 'park for tea. The Healesville club was cordially thanked for its hospitality by the cap tain of the Frankson club (Mr D. Robinson). Members voted the outing one of the 'best since the inception of the club. FOR all your garden accessories, see wide range at Central Timber Yards, Playne st., Frankston.
PLAZA THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3 AND 4 [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
PLAZA THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3 AND 4 The Lady-Vanishes, a unique mys. tery story starring Margaret Lock wood, Michael Redgrave and Dame :May` Whiitty, will be seen on Friday and Saturday.: The story deals with the exciting adventures of some mem bers of the British Intelligence De partment and the mysterious disap pearance from a trans-continental ex press train of an apparently innocent little English governess. The plot is well worked ' out, and provides most interesting and absorbing entertain ment before the climax is reached in the London Foreign Office. The second feature shows Beverl.y Roberts and Richard Arlen in Call of the Yukon, a thrilling story of the Arctic regions adapted from the book of the. same name by James Oliver Curwood. This tells of a write. whol goes to an Eskimo settlement in the frozen north to get material for a novel. She encounters many danger ous adventures with a half-civilised trapper' and a pack of wolves led by a half-wolf dog. In ad...
Frankston's Good Name Endangered by Sunday Conduct [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
Frankston's Good Name -o Oo----- Endangered by Sunday Conduct. A person would be totally blind if he failed to see that Sunday in Frankston is fast deteriorating into a day of unrestricted "booz. ing." In making this statement we are in no way reflecting on the police, who simply have to administer the law as it stands. Jleither do we wish to ally ourselves with that section of the community that favors the impossible prohibition of liquor. We do say, however, that the con dtct in Frankston is becoming worse each week-end and is giving plenty of ammunition to those who do favor prohibition. With the majority of ratepayers. the Standard favors tem perance, even. on Sundays. At this period of the year the streets are packed with cars, yet one can visit the beaches and find very few peo ple there. Where are the people? A visit to any hotel would find it pack ed with "bone ,fide" travellers, out for a joy-ride from Melbourne, to get a drink. Probably they are just within the law, but th...
R.S.S.I.L.A. SUCCESSFUL GALA NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
R.S.S.I.L.A. -o-e 'SUCCESSFUL GALA NIGHT The gala night held at the Soldiers' HaIl on Saturday again proved that Irankston diggers and their ladies still retain the initiative that has enabled them to make their branch such a virile force in the district. From the first dance a carnival spirit prevailed and many new fea tures were introduced to the large crowd of dancers. The Monte Carlo was won 'by Mr. Iand Mrs A. Unthank. Lucky partner dance, Mrs Wells and Mr Cooper. Lucky prize, Miss Young. Mr. Al. Cockle was, as usual, an efficient M.C. Mr R. Dundon, president of the club, ' who presented' the prizes, thanked those who had attended and ade the function such a success. He: announced that the proceeds of tie'function, amounted to £13/5/,, and ,vere to be' given to a distressed digger who,- when in ,his best health was a strong supporter of all chrit able institutions. His: remarks were supported ' by the president of the ladies' auxiliary (Mrs . Coventry). The old time dance serie...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
SWVANSON--In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on 5th November, 1936. The passing years can never change Our thoughts of one so dear, Our Mother. -Inserted by her loving sons and. daughters, Jim, Syd, George, Ar thur, Phyllis and Nell. ATKINS-In loving memory of ..my dear father who passed away 31st October, 1938. God saw that ypu were weary, The hill too steep to climb. He gently closed your tired tyes And whispered peace be thine. -Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law, Vi and Chris., also grandchildren, Joy, Phyllis, Jean and Shirley Procter. ATKINS-In loving memory of my dear husband and loving father who passed away October 31, 1938. He heard a voice we did not hear, Which said he must not stay, And without farewell to those he loved He peacefully passed away. -Inserted by his loving wife and daughter, .Mrs Morgan. -EREAVEMENT Mr and Mrs A. L. Kent, of Duke street, Frankston, desire to thank all friends for their kind expressions of ' sympathy in their ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
PROFESSIONAL Phone 29 Frankston. Box 25 Franksto* W. J. McLEAN SWORN VALUER. REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS AGENT. 588 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON House, Land and Insurince Agent. Furnished and Unfurnished Rents Collected Auctions Arranged Houses To Let . . ... ...- '?..- TIL. ? ,.-? ?- ?o ? ? = ? - L. R. N. U,TBER SOLICITOR - FRANKSTON Attends daily at office, Young street, opp. Railway Station) and every evening at private residence. Mornington Road (near "Fernery,") Melbourne Office: H. W. HUNT & UTBER 281 Collins Street, Melbourne Telephone: Central 2452. Trust Moneys to Lend on Mortgage. ROSTRON, ROY & PITT BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS Commissioner for Taking Affidavits. ATTENDANCES: DRO.MANA: First Saturday in month 12 to 3 p.m. SOMERVILLE and HASTINGS: Sec ond Saturday in month, 11 to 1 p.m. r'RANKSTON OFFICE: Every Satur day' 3.15 to 8.30 p.m. Trust Money to Lend. Melbourne Office: 440 .Little Collins Street. Celephones: Central,No. 9374. Pri vate Residence: Windsor No. 193...
GOLF NOTES LONG ISLAND CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
GOLF NOTES -0---o- LONG ISLAND CLUB Results of the bogey competition held on Saturday were: R. Coxall (17), 2 up; K. Bowes (18), 2 up; H. Stahle (12), 2 up;, R. A. Scott (16), square; A. Talbot (8), square; D..Mc Keqzlee (16), 1 down; R. Nicholas (21),' 1 down; R. Boulter (25), 2 down. NEMBERS' DANCE Members and friends will attend a danco'at the club house on Cup eve (November 6). LONG ISLAND CLUB At Long " Island there is a new scratch player unknown to golfers here. He is C. Rhodes, a New Zea lander, who is reported to play a fine gaziCe. Mem'bers will be able' to see, him as one of the principals in an interesting four-bailer over the week end. when he will partner the tclub manager, Peter Colinson, against the Kingston Heath senior pennant pair, Rupert Tucker and Bob Cutler. . . ..· •· · ::,: : ?" '
TYABB v. MORNINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
TYABB v. MORNINGTON Tyabb 1, first innings 50. Second] innings-C. W. Floyd, 62, T. Mira bella 4, R. G. Denham 61, G. Slo. combe 5, sundries 6. Total, two wic-. kets (dec.) for 138.. Bowling: R. Grierson 0/34, N.. Nic holson 1/32, R. Thompson 0/27, J. Ride 0/19, B. Grierson 0/7, Nichol son, Senr., 1/9, A. Allen 0/4. Mornington, first innings 71. Sec ond innings-B. Griersoh 0, R. Grier son 12, D. Munro 6, R. Thompson 0, N. Nicholson 2, A. Allen 25. J. Ride I, Nicholson Sear., 1, D. Gallahar 0, J. Acton 2, V. Fyffe 1, sundries 5. Total 58. Bowling: G. Slocombe 2/15, T. Mirabella .2/18, E. Unthank 4/9; W. Jouning 2/11. .
Your Safety Valve [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
Your Safetyt V l"Ve (A rolumn for vou. Let's have your vievs In brief on any topic excepting religion. Every letter must bear the writer's name and address. not necessarily -*for .~pujlication. . Head. • correspondence., "Safety Valve.") STATION CONGESTION. (To the Editor.) Sir,-Congratulations to the coun cil on their efforts to have the new entrance to the railway station com pleted. The 'path is a great boon to travellers. I sincerely hope, how ever, that the present congestion of cars and buses at 6 o'clock will be straightened out shortly. This is the only fault, and one that can be quickly done away with by painting white lines at the kerb.-Yours, etc., TRAVELLER. LIFE SAVING CLUB. (To the Editor). Sir,-I read in your issue of Oc Lober 20, an imaginary report of a meeting of the Shire" Council and the Frankston Life Saving Club. It malde me wonder if the part refer ring to the life saving club was also imaginary. I was a frequent visitor to the beach last summer, but saw no si...
Let's Write a Letter [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
Let's Write a Letter oOo Dear Reader,-It would be wrong to attach any exaggerated signifi cance to it, but the negotiations by Japan for the purchase of more Australian wool and wheat are at least an indication that the way may be open for a return to the old understanding between the British and Japanese peoples. British purchases of our primary products do not preclude Australian trade with othe' nations, and although the amount available will be dependent on British requirements this may form the basis of a mutually useful agreement between Austnalia and a good customer. country. The occasion has provided an opportunity for an important pro. nouncement by the Japanese Consul-General: that the Anti-Comintern Pact is dead. The statement is none the less reassuring though the fact is obvious. Yours, THE STANDARD.
Australia's Concern [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
Australia's Concern oOo A glance at the disposition of former German colonies is the quickest method of perceiving how Australia has a direct interest in the successful outcome of this war in addition to her loyalty to Britain Since the outbreak of hostilities Herr Hitler has not disguised the recovery of these colonies as one of his chief aims-categorically set out inl his sham "peace" offer. With the exception of those in South Africa, these territories are all close to Australia: New Guinea and the Western Pacific Islands are administered by her, Samoa is held under mandate by New Zealand. Then, of course, there are the Marshall and Caroline Islands, now administered by Japan. With any of these held by a hostile ,power. athwart our trade routes, the Nazi myth of "encirclement" would be come a reality for us.
CRICKET FRAKSTON v GLENHUNTLY ASSOCIATION B GRADE FRANKSTON v. MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
CRICKE i ---- FRANKSTON - GLENHUNTLY ASSOCIATION B GRADE FRANKSTON v.' MENTONE Mentone, first innings, 42. Bowl> Ing: Richards 1/11, Avery 1/5, Cass 4/5, Lovett 2/6, Legge 1/4. !1 Frankston; first innings, 125. Frankston, second innings.-Bee croft not out 4, Legge not out 0. No wicket for 4. Bowling: Mulvogue 0/4. Mentone, second innings.-Wright 32, Ferguson 5, Kelly 0, Runge 2, Dagleish 4, Fullerton 13, Ohmsen 2, Hogben 5, Minnie 8, Mulvogue not out 3. Stevenson absent 0 ,sundries 21.-Total, 85. Bowling: Cass 2/25, Richards 1/8, Legge 2/16, Avery 0/3, Johnson 2/10, Lovett 1/12.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
Marshall's Drapery Store Bay Street, Frankston Special New Range of SUMMER DRESS MATERIALS COTTAGE WEAVES Cretonnes, Curtain Nets,Table Baize. All at Old Prices. Smart Range of Ladies' Summer Frocks and Hats at Special Low Prices. Gent's Snlart Sports Wear, all the latest colors. '.- -· SIS SO GOOD ." AS FRESH BUTCHERS' MEAT "I 0p Consider your family's health and serve only good fresh meat WE "I and forget about preserved foods. Only selected BEEF, II Ný MUTTON, LAMB, etc., are sold here. *f ROBINSON & MARKS 9, k. BUTCHERS, BAY ST.. FRANKSTON. 'PHONE 214. .U? , LITTLE EYES SDANCE --With delight and little palates thrill with plea sure when the BIFRTH DAY CAKE comes from I ay Cottage QUALITY HOME MADE CAKE SHOP. (MISS JEWELL, Proprietress) Cr. Playne St. Tel. 452. FRANKSTON. FRANKSTON'S NEW BUTCHERY H. R. WOODWARD & SON' 553 BAY STREET. Phone 225. Purveyors of Choicest Meats at Lowest Possible Prices. QUALITY CLEANLINESS CIVILITY Also at Pt. Nepean Road, Chelsea, and...
SOMERVILLE GOOD PROSPECTS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
SOMERVILLE GOOD PROSPECTS The recent warm spell and good rains have ensured *a prolific growth of- grass and herbage throughout the district and there is every prospect of good crops of 'fruit, but many or chardists are puzzled as ..to -whetter the proposed control of the crop by the Government will benefit them. TOMORROW NIGHT AT 8. There is every prospect of a good house when the Somerville Dramatic Society present its comedy, Leave it to Rose, in the Mechanics' Hall. A number of tickets have already been sold, the proceeds of which will swell the funds of St. Anrdrew's Church: