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CRIB POINT NOTES. January 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
CRIB POINT NOTES. January 9th. Tile year 1922 was ushered in well for cricket enthusiasts at Flinders Na val Depot on Saturday last. when two nmatches were played-Bittern against Flinders Naval Dcepot, and Tyabb against Crib Point. Each liatch was watched by a big crowd, and some lively cricket was wh nessed. A remarkable catch was when Valentile, in the outfield, held on to a fast one-handed catch. Valentl tice performied Ilte "lhat trick" for the last three wickets, and Joseph, who Ihas not always been given -his due ats a bowler, was talmost uol playable, taking 7 wickets for 22 Crib Point opened their innings disastrously, four wickets being down for 9 runts. .mintpsoan played one of the best innings ever played on the Flinders Naval Depot ground. -le spunished thle bowling very severely, and lit up 83 very raptidly, includ ing 15 four's and one sixer. Scores: TYABB. Mlills, c lEmpsn, b Joseph .... Slocoalibe, c Latke, b Joseplh .r. 10 H-. DenIltamt, c and b Joseph 2 A. Denhanm,...
Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
lRepatriatio0q Notes Returned Soldiers are invited tc apply to this Committee for advice before entertaining busnness plo posala of any kind. Those Soldiers aCd Dependents needing assistance, sustenance, &c. are hereby notifled that by personal application to any of the undersigned members of committee, forms and advice may be obtained :-Messrs Oates (chairman), C. Gray, W. S. Hartland, S. Sherlock, W. P. Mason, T. J. McMurtrie and E. Barrett. . Employers are requested to notify the Committee of any vacancy nuitable for returned men. Persons having Businesses or Property, &o., to sell suitable to Returned Soldiers are earn estly invited to communicate particu Inre to the Commnittee.; - 2. ' E. BARRE TT, Hon. ?e5; Repatriation Franksatn
FIRE AT SEAFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
FIRE AT SEAFORD. By Our Special Reporter. On Sunday afternoon, 1st inst., a fire occurred on the Foreshore Reserve op. posite the Hall, and fanned by a very strong wind, which fortunately blew sea. wards, furiously burnt out about half at acre of ti-tree. Willing workers, includ. ing Crs. l'Towell and Armstrong, were quickly on the scene, and after a strenu oios fight, the fire was prevented from spreading. It is quite providential tiat the wind remained steady in the south. east, otherwise greater damage may harve resulted. This fire should cause greater notice to be taken of the warnings, which each. summer "The Standard" has givet, and tihe Progress Association should receive greater assistance fron local residents in its long battle for adequate fire protection, for thie matter is no joke, and, acecording to tlhe ex perience of the S.P.A., the 3Minister of Lands takes a lot-of waking tup to the Government's responsibility in the mat ter. \Where are the 1750 fire plugs u1tlich we...
FRENCH ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 January 1922
FRENCH ISLAND. On Monday, January 2nd;.1922, the Rannual picnic and sports took place at 'Tlankerton. The weather was fine, tnd Ithere was a very.large attend aucc. RIsults, of races: Girls' Race, under 7 years: 1, M. McGuligan; 2, M. Sissons. Girls' Race, under 14 years: 1, .Jrani Lovie; 2, T. Haines. Boys' Race, under 7 years: 1.-Tony bavon; 2. G.- King. - Boys' Race, under 12 years: 1, Rie c lIa Hayc; 2," H. Dc aI Hayc. Boys' Race, under 15 years: 1, P. \V. Davon; 2, H. Dc la Hayc. Boys' rotato Race: 1, J. Lovic; 2, 0. Beinctts. " Boys' Race,. opeil: 1, R. De aI Haye; 2, H. Dc la Hayc. Young Ladies' Race: 1, Miss K. Dixoni 2, Miss -1. l-Harrop. Young Ladies' Flag Race.-1, Miss Ladies' Potato Race: 1, Miss . -larrop; 2, Miss V\. De Ia H:-ays; Yonng:. liotl's Race,' 100 yairds: 1, C. Eddhousc; 2.-D- DPDd:la- Haye. Sheflield :Handicap, 120: yards: 1, L. McGuigan, 12 yds.; 2, Di l)c la Hayei scr. 'Tankerton Handicap, 220 yards: 1, W.; Dascher, 22 yds.;. 2, I'. Ren wick, scr. : Ladies...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922
/--- -t H - 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 Visitors ! We can supply you Vo have a large stock with bread, grocerles, PRESENTS .ofsa, shoos, teonns fresh meat, bacon, shoesa :f bathing cos kerosene, :: cordials, tames, bathing caps, tinware, etc, at the face creams" and pow ehortest notice. We Tobacco .. Cigarettes, writin te stoPk only the bet- Pipes, Clgare; Cigarette' dere, writlng meterl and Ciga Cases. Scent, ale, magazii.ee and brands of goods and Wallets, Powders, Hand- books. We also sell our prices are the kerohiefos.. Needlework sporting cartridges. lowest pos;sible. and hundreds of other . usoeful drticles suitable for presents for young ...... and old ...... Write or Phone Wrte or phowne .. . - Cowes 8 G.WILLIAiVIS& -SON LATE A .I.F, COWES PHILLIP ISLA...
RED HILL. January, 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922
RED HILT . Mr. H. P. P ,ross a o3f thec most capable orchardists at Rcd Hill, has done touch to matke known the resources of this part of thle Morn ingtoa Peninsula. " \Vhien first n :e visited the iplace, nearly 30 )'eart ago, its sitability for fruit trees, strawsberry plants, and berry. bushes, appealed to iunr, and scttirClent there in preferetice to otler tparts of V\ic toria was decided ti: The clairifig of tile land involved stretor.ot effort, but the richness of the soil soon tlalifestedt itself, and returtns from strawberries were obtained in the secondt year. dr. Prossor is no tile owner of 40 acres witOhin a tile of the Red Hill railwhay-statiton.tt. Fruh trees cover 30 acres. and heavy nrolas of exsort apples are gathered every year. Since -the orchard became profitabl e there has ot been a fail tre, and yields are considerably above the best averages ill other alpl ahto pear producing portions of the State. "Myrtle Grove" is thre name of Hr. 'rossor's fine orchard. It c...
SPORTING NOTES. Too Late for Front Page. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922
S ` SPORTING NOTES.I ....Too Late forFront Page..... CRICKET.. Frankston will visit "the scene of the.tragedy,'" Glenhuntly, tW= ihorrowv, but there wvill be a sec ond match atFrankston between the locals and some visitors org anised by Rev. Hugh Jones. 'In the. Northern Peninsula ser ies to-morrow, Pearcedale visit Mornington, and Langwarrin en gage Somerville. Moorooduc will probably play a B grade team from the Tyabb district. In the Peninsula series, Bit tern visit Crib Pdint, and Naval 4Depot visits Hastings. Tyabb and French Island do not play. Tyabb have forfeited the game at Tankerton tomorrow to French Island. Inability to secure a full team is the cause. Hats off to Harry Empson, of Crib Point b. The first Peninsula century for the seasonl His bat ting lately has been particularly bright, and "The Standard" congratulates him onhis fine per formance. In iMe martcni against ±ij-sauni gs, 'yabb benefitted to the extent of 38 sundries, 28 being byes. Fred Mills, the Tyabb bats...
SOMERVILLE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922
SOMERVILLE. (To the Editor.) .: Sir,-I note that Disgusted -Share holder has come a bit more to the point and thinks Mr. Murray has not had much experience, as a..secretary . -Mr. Murray has been ,in busiiess, ,and, i have yet to learn that either of the other gentlemens could give him any points.: We thought all the applicants very cap able men, but there was only. one posi tion to fill. I cannot give all the reasons why Mr. Murray was elected, iand why the others were not. I would wanthto be a secretary myself and:own a news paper. Disgusted goes on to say: Per haps it was for sentimental reasons and past services. I don't know that many years' past services* weighed a great deal with us, bit I certainly -think it should. I think we are all inclined to forget past services too quickly, and if giving the oldest man the lightest load is a crime, I plead guilty. But, after all if Mr. Murray is'as inefficient as Dis gusted Shareholder thinks, well, I think ihe.'ill'be'in a:hurry to re...
BY THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922
BY THE WAY. ,tr. HI. Prosser, of Red I-ill. who has resided in tihat district for 27 iears, believes in the suitability of the Peninsula climate. for tie growy ing of strawberries.' In one soison hi. picked 10,000 lbs of the Stinbeam variety, off two acres! MIr. Prosser possesses some. apple trees 19 years old.'i lich have returned 18000 cases in two seasons.
FISHING. "Road Line" (Frankston) writes: [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922
FISHING. "Rod Line" (Frankston) writes: On Thursday evening .two visitors, Keith Jones and Noel Bayliss, were fishing off the pier. Keith Jones, feeling a bite, pulled in his line. and saw a fine yellow tail dangling at tile end of it. Some bystanders helped hint to pull in the fish, which weilghed about six pounds, A shout of laughter went up front the, pier when the boy explained that the bait used was cold roast luttoin. One expert fisherman declared that it is difficult 'to catch a yellow .tail with a line, even when a live fish is used as a bail, but evidently this,lpartictu lar fish was fond of experimnentling in food. "
FRANKSTON CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922
FRANKSTON CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. The coming of 20 bonnie las sies in Highland costume to pine at the A.N.A Day Gala of the above society at Frankston, in deed, marks a new era in the history of the Peninsula. Now and again a fine singer or clever comedian has chanced to come along, but never before has such a combination as this been seen in the district. At Echuca, on Boxing Day, the lassies attracted thousands and thousands to the show ground, and hundreds of pounds were taken at the gate. Beyond doubt, if the weather is fine, the attendance on the 30th inst,,- will.ba ,record:b-beaking. Siotch societies everywhere are interesting themselves in the great event, and, from Mordial 10c to Mornington in the one dir ection, to Stony Point and Cowes in the other, therewill be a great muster of men, women and chil dren eager to see and to hear a hand wholly unlike any to which they have ever lent their ears. The attractions on the ground will be varied-Scotch dances for medals and money pri...
AT THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922
AT THE SHOW: Bfy "Strathmnore." i . 'lhe show's the thing," wroth Shakespeare or somebody in the vi cinity-. of .the: Avon, centuries ago, and he wasn't far out, though the immnortal bard didn't mean it that way. Anyliow, the Frankston constittec ought to shake hands with thetn selves over the way tlhings worked out in tie ring events. ,Frankstos has its criiics, ever ready to critic ise, but let 'eta digest this fact very' few societies in Victoria get the patronage ini this respect that Fiinkston 'secures. If there's any" one wants to dispute that'-=well, I't ready for an argutment. The Iorse-lovers camtte froti vari ous 'parts-front Melbourne, 'Oak leighl and Dandenong. .Tooradin ant Cranbourne had its horses cotilpeting and every hamtlet on the Petninstila had its nags and neddies there, just for-the fun of it. Captain Traill, A.D.C. 'to one of the vice-regal representativ'es brought along a dapple grey pony and" secired the society's blte rib bon in the 14 hand' event. The Depu...
FRANKSTON POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922
FRRANKSTON POLICE COURT. At the abpve court, on Monday last, E. Edwards proceeded ag ainst John Powell, a former es tate ageint at Edithvale, for the recovery of a. debt amounting to -£29 5s. Mr A.&lt; W. Foster appear ed'for Edivards. Powell promi sed to pay.-?,. per. week inthe imeantime and finally settle the debt within six weeks. Edwards had a second debt case against Frederick Worrall, but as Wor rall did not respond when his name was called, Mr Foster ask ed the Bench to fine him for con tempt of court. He was fined £1 *for non-attendance' as- a neces sary witness, and the case was adjourned for six weeks.'
"A MUSICAL INTERLUDGE." A DISPUTE ABOUT A PIANO. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922
"A .MUSICAL INTERLUDE." - A DISPUTE ABOUT A PIANO. At the Frankston Police Court or .Monday last, before Messrs. C.;G. V Williatms (Chairniati), W. P. Mason and T. Luxford, honorary justices, Mrs. sIfartha ;Bray,: of Frankston, sued John Brown, of Frankston, for the return of, or the value, a piano which she claimed lie was wrongfully detaitning. Mr.-L. R. N. Uiber, of Messrs. Htnt and Utber, appeared for Mrs. Bray, and Mr. Har low appeared for Mr. Brown. Mr. Utber explained that Mrs. Bray had purclhased a walnut, iron-framed piano from Mrs. I. Not 'Marsh, 'at Frankston, in July.'1914, for £45. Sthe paid £5 deposit, and in August, 1917, completed the payment of the instra ment in instalments. Mrs. Bray held re ceipts in her own name for every pay ment made. Some weeks ago Mrs. Bray's husband, Ebenezer Bray, with whom site was not living, sold the piano to -John Brown for £56, and it was claimed that as Bray had ttno right to dis pose of the instrument, Brown liad no right to detain ...
CRIB POINT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922
CRIB POINT NOTES. By Our Speci Rcportcr. One of thie best concerts'ever given at the Flinders Naval De pot was that given by Mr Arthur Douglas and the Blind Concert Company last Thursday evening. The Naval Board allowed the en tertainment to be held in the Drill Hall, and, despite the fact that the majority of the depot was on leave, there was a very large attenfance. Captain Miller and his officers, with their wives, gave their patronage to the en tertainment. The blind members of the party especially distingui shed lhemselves, having to res ponid to as many as five encores. The party was entertained by the depot free of cost, and the sum of £27 10s clear profit resulted from the evening. The party al so had successful concerts at Ha stings, Somerville and Frankston.
ADVANCE, FRANKSTON! To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922
ADVANCFA, RANKSTONI To the Editor. Sir,-Although Frankston, as a sea side resort, has. many attractions call. itig to the' dwellers in the cities and througih all the inland district's :ther factdislthan thlat of locality, are taken intOromisideration whlent?. choice is beingi made. for a place inl hnchltto locat ithc famnily for the holidays and for. the hottesat nlonths of the suntr:er. mOne of these fac tors is the food supply, ad as the weekly auction i arket conducted by Mr. \W. P. Mason provides anmple supplies of fresh fruits of the sea son, vegetables and dairy produce at auction price., so has it become known in distant parts and has =in luenced the minds of many to make Frankston their Ihome for the time being. A\part froll this aspect, the niarket is helpiung the producer and consumer direct, and is bringing F'rankston into prolminence as a mnar ket town. Fromi a small beginning a few years ago, with a fortlhlniglitly sale, a weekly sale is now held, at which fromn £80 to...
Alfred Hospital Report [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922
Alfred-Hospital Report The annual report of the Alf red Hospital shows that for the year just ended the following in patients (shown in first set of figures) and out-patients from the undermentioned municipali ties 'were medically treated at that admirable institution:-. ' Name of shire In Out Erankston & Hastings 8 ,18 Cranbourne .... 5, '17 Mornington .... 4 7 Flinders & Kangerong; 4 - 1 Phillip Island & Woolamai 3 2 Dromana. ...... - 1
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922
SEAFORD DIRECTOBIV The Seaford Park Estate Wells Road, 10 minutes walk value ;all roads fo med:Plans from station. Huge blocks, I00x- obtainable 'from Birdy'' Farmer, 236, only £25-£5 deposit, £3 Estate Agents, Frankston, or quarterly. Bound to increase in wA. E. ROGAN &.CO. 317 Collins Street, Melbourne Try A RMSTRONG'S Station Store; Seaford FOR High Class Groceries, Tobacco Cigarettes, Confectionery and Soft Drinks, And compare our prices with leading stdres in the city Motor Drives Arranged When You Visit Seaford. Call at the POST OFFICE STORES The Seaford Refreshment Rooms Morning and Afternoon Tea. Dinner, r2.:;o to 2.30 Daily. Three Courses. 2s. Tel. Seafordl 1. Cabs and Motors arranged for Proprietor - x Orders Callid for and Delivered. Furnished Houses to Let A uthorised News Agent. ,: Papers Delivered Daily. General Advertisements S E nTe Aged and Infirm " a re ometim eore suecepble to COUGHS and COLDS rn the CHEST than the young and vigorous. When an aged pens` ge...
ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922
ABOUT PEOPLE. Mr A. W. Foster, who is an aspirant for the seat in the House of Representatives rendered va cast by the death of the Hon. F. G. Tudor, was a visitor to Frank ston on Monday last. The Countess of Stradbroke expresses herself as being quite delighted with the charm and peace of Phillip Island. She pri poses staying at Cowes for the summer months. Mrs Neave and Miss Winnie Neave, who have recently retur ned from England, are at pres ent the guests of Mr and Mrs Allan Morrison at "Rothesay," Cowes, Phillip Island. Mr and Mrs...W. Thompson,.of mer months at Frankston. Mrs Hartkopf, of Northcote, wife of Dr A. E. V. Hartkopf, the successful inter-State crick eter, has been spending a holi day at the Nepean Hotel, Portsea. Captain Kathleen Carr, of the local Salvation Army, hasbeen promoted to Brighton, where her, pleasing personality should gain her many friends. Her successor is Captain Wells; of Carnegie; whilst Lieut Dickens, of the Sal-' vation Army Training College, re...