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THE SILVER SCRE[?] NEW MENTONE AND [?] PARAMOUNT. MORDIAL[?] [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
THE SILV SC NEW n'ENToI PARAM?ONT ,i AO i On Saturday and above theatres Prisci la: a Jeffery Lyun wmill a0preat Ia Darling Daughter (not ? general exhibitiion). Thet ta of your daughters reu te and trouble. T, re?, united for the whole da1?er5 trut. daring daughter w ants t be erni as her mother thins s o the sname irogr le ish aind Phyllis 3r in is ri~ io l1eluo (not suitb?-i Chartt hibitionl) (?at it?" le for get •). '11at gr'im senseal Drompted a derdlY klille se ol a lovely lady's life nitl sclssors' What thur as brought Chan to tie twit glamorous voimen to she play girl fromn death? On Tuesday na Wed Dickienson and Dennis K.ee starred in Waterfront (not for general exhibt lon). .Who mystery womlan of the Wa Is she the cause of its blaod Does she know the secret ot l gerous cargoes? Does herkis, a man1 for death? TI sp featur'?Ts John Howard and i Angel in Bulldog Drunmond's (for general exhibition). Th ding bells were ringing wh killer struck. Romance and ad. for two, thrills ...
R.V.I.B. Demonstration Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
R.V.I.B. Demonstration Meeting The Frankstol auxiliary of the Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind is holding its annual demonstra tion meeting in the Mechanics' Hall on WVednesday, November 8, at 2.30 p.m. Tha films depicting causes and prevention of blindness will be screened during the afternoon, toge ther with the popular baritone, iMr Jack Byrns; Mr Alan Woods (trum peter), and Mr T,. Rule (violinist).
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
Io MMENTS - EDITORIAL PAGE - FEATURES LAZA THEATRE ·FRANKSTON Phone Frankston 407. FRIDAY & SATURDAY., NOVEMBER 3 & 4. Margaret Lockwood, and Michael Redgrave in A unique mystery drama HE LADY VANISHES A thrilling tale of the At;tic by James Oliver Curwood CALL OF THE YUKON Featuring Richard Arlen, Beverley Roberts (Both films not suitable for general' exhibition) Also Donald Duck in Mickey's Trailer, A Colored Cartoon'and a News Gazette. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7 & 8 The popular character actor, Wallace Beery, with Maureen O'Sullivan in *A thrilling tale of aidventure PORT OE 8EVEN SEAS (Not Suitable for General Exhibition) The daring methods used to capture smugglers are seen in BORDER c-MAN Starring George O'Brien and Laraine Johnson .,?ll ir . l Ur 11 ,1" 1," 4."rl0 Ii 11lltll In addition are two short features-Dean of the Paste boards; a color scenic, City of Little Men and a News Gazette. FRIDAY & SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10 & 11...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
Mr Van Assche will deliver ann esting address. The public is ally invited to be present. Ad'` is by silver coin. .Member. of auxiliary will serve a dainty t noon tea, which canl be had ft0 A hearty welcpme will be exterl children as well as adults it these films will be of educa Value to young as well as old.
TURF TATTLE PARS ABOUT DOWN-THE-LINE MEN AND HORSES FLEMINGTON PROSPECTS REVIEWED [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
TURF TATTLE PARS ABOUT DOWN-THE LINE .MEN AND HORSES FLEMINGTON PROSPECTS REVIEWED (By The Meteor) So far as the spring racing carnival has progressed, "down-the-line" trainers, jockeys and horses have at least held their own, and indications are that some of the richest plums to be won at the Flemington meeting will be coming out this way. More unlikely things than Harry Bamber's bonny little mare Rivette achieving the unique Caulfield and Melbourne Cup double have happened in the racing world. She was a cer tainty beaten in the Moonee Valley Cup. After losing a number of lengths at the start and having to be checked more than once, it speaks volumes for her ability and courage that she should finish within a length of the winner. I have heard it said that the two hard races she had in the Caul field and Moonee Valley Cups are likely to have a detrimental effect on Rivette, but it can be taken from here that she looks just as fresh and well as she has done at any time pre viously. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
NEW MENTONE Cheltenham PARAMOUNT, MORDIALLOC Phone64.. Three Changes Weekly. SATURDAY AND MONDAY For Broadminded Adults Only. Priscilla Lane and Jeffery Lynn YES MY DARLING DAUGHTER Also Sidney Toler and Phyllis Brooks Charlie Chan in Reno Not Suitable for General Exhibition. Also Walt Disney's FERDINAND THE BULL MATINEE SATURDAY 2.30. High Fire and Danger Patrol. Both for Gen, Exhib. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Gloria Dickson and Dennis O'Keefe Waterfront Not Suitable for General Exhibition. Also John Howard and Heather Angel Bulldog Drummond's Bride Suitable for General Exhibition THURSDAY and FRIDAY George Raft and Ellen Drew The Lady's from Kentucky Also Bonita Granville Nancy Drew-Troubleshooter Both for General Exhibition. CAR PARK, WITH ATTENDANT, FREE. COMING SATURDAY AND MONDAY. Basil Rathbone and Wendy Barrie The Hound of the Baskervilles Also Robert Taylor and Florence Rice Stand Up & Fight Botlh Pictures Not Suitable for General Exhibition. PLAZA Chelsea's New Theatre ...
WEDDING BELLS BURGESS—PHILLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
WEDDING BELLS BURGESS-PHILLIPS. A very pretty wedding ceremony was performed at the Methodist Church on Saturday by Rev. G. A. Osmond, when Cyril, eldest son of the late Mr Burgess and Mrs Bur gess, of Preston, was married to Isobel, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs Phillips, of Stanley street, Frankston. The bride was an attractive figure in her frock of magnolia satin thread cloque with tulle and veil to match. The veil was held in place with a halo of orange blossom, and she carried a sheaf of cream and pink gladioli. Her bridesmaids were MIisses Joy and Lorna Phillips, cou sins of the bride, and Miss Dorothy Hansen, -niece of the bride. They wore frocks of bitter-sweet pink georgette with muffs and vi11s to match. The best man was Mr Mudford and the groomsman MAr Keith Phil lips and Mr Harry Hardstone. The reception was held in the Wat tle Cafe, where 100 guests were en tertained. The bride chose a brown costume with hat and accessories to match for her going away outfit, with s...
BEEF BAN PREMIER WON'T RECEIVE DEPUTATION [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
BEEF BAN . PREMIER WON'T RECEIVE DEPUTATION Apparently we chirped a little too soon. On October 20 we twit ted thie Beef Barons in our open letter regarding the likely lifting of the ban. But Premier Dunstan has refused to receive a deputa tion representative of dozens of municipalities (including this one) urging that cattle from the Board of Works' farm at Werri. bee be allowed tol come on to the market. Mr Dunstan is not interested. He refuses to hear the reasons why the people who are not influencedi by the Beef Barons demand that this first quality meat should he allowed to be sold. This is one of the weaknesses of our doemocracy. Members of Parlia ment are elected by the people, and, having attained a seat in Parliament, and perhaps.a very lucrative Cabinet post--they proceed to put on a spe cious strong-man act, instead of lis tening to the demands of the people, and not only listening to them, but giving heed to them. We have consistently praised Pre mier Dunstan for his wor...
THIS MODERN ART A NEW RACKET? [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
THIS MODERN ART A NEW RACKET? Although we do not profess to bc art critics, we do claim to know th&lt; difference between the art that repro. duces a beautiful scene and the so. called art that reproduces or attempts to reproduce a crude and often un pleasant theme. What is behind this Surrealistic art? Why \nre its fol lowers, attempting to illustrate prin ciples that should be left to experi enced writers? It is difficult even to guess, unless, of course,. those who call themselves modernists have found that it pays to be different, and to give people a shock, even if that shock has as its foundation a subject that is well-not talked a'bout in mix ed company. It was amusing to watch the lec turers at a recent exhibition when they attempted to "keep the party clean,' 'so to speak, when answering questions concerning some of the least conventional paintings. We even heard one old lady say, after gazing at' L'Homme Fleur for some time: "Let's move on to something less dis gus...
POULTRY FARMERS SPECIAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
POULTRY FARMERS , -----o-- SPECIAL NOTICE. It has come to my knowledge that someone is endeavoring to purchase poultry direct from breeders, bringing the name of Parnham into the trans action. I want every breeder through out Victoria to know that I do not purchase any poultry whatsoever, neither have I any canvassers or tra vellers acting on my behalf. My large business is purely a consign ment one, and has been built up by the continued support and recommen dation of hundreds of satisfied clients. Breeders will therefore be doing me a great service should anyone call on them to purchase poultry, using the name of Parnham, not only to warn them off the premises, but to kindly communicate with Mr Parnham, cU118 or LX8784, when appropriate action will be taken. Chas. J. Parriham, Auctioneer, Bentleigh.
MISS VESPER'S CLASSES [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
MISS VESPER'S CLASSES In additionl to ballroom dancing class. -Miss Vesper has formed an adult physical culture club. The course comprises limbering and health exercises, and a series of mod ern "keep-fit" movements which are very beneficial. Small private classes are also being arranged. Particulars may be had from Miss Vesper, who is in attendance at the Mechanics' Hall every Monday.
TOMORROW'S TEAMS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 3 November 1939
TOMORROW'S TEAMS B team play Mordialloc and the following members have been select ed:-E. Johnson, Legge, Davies, Richards, Cass, Prendergast, Avery, C team will comprise: Nicholson, Gayler, Hill, Flynn, Procter, Evans, Ansell, Austin, Morgan. Osmond, Lloyd, Whyte. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 10 November 1939
NEW MENTONE Phoe a4 PARAMOUNT, MORDIALLOC M:o-d.. Three Changes Weekly. SATURDAY AND MONDAY Basil Rathbone and Wendy Barrie The Hound of the Baskervilles Also Robert Taylor and Florence Rice Stand Up & Fight Both Pictures Not Suitable for General Exhibition. MATINEE SATURDAY 2.30. , The Above will Not be shown at Saturday's Matinee TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY William Powell and Myrna Loy Manhattan Melodrama Not Suitable for General Exhibition. Also Ann Sheridan and John Payne' Devil on Wheels Not Suitable for General Exhibition. THURSDAY and FRIDAY William Boyd and Nora Lane Cassidy of Bar-20 Suitable for General Exhibition ' Also Sally Grey and Lupino Lane The Lambeth Walk (Not suitable for general exhibition) CAR PARK, WITH ATTENDANT. FRELL.. COMING SATURDAY AND MONDAY Barbara Stanwyck and Joel McCrea Union Pacific (Suitable for general exhibition) PLAZA Chelsea's New Theatre (OPPOSITE STATION) ALL FEATURE PROGRAMMEB Complete Change of Programme Twice Weekly. NEW SOUND SCREEN. T...
MARKET REPORTS PARNHAM'S POULTRY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 10 November 1939
MARKET REPORTS PARNHAM'S POULTRY AUCTION. *Wednesday;' November S.-Good supply and quality excellent.. Owing to there being no tsales in Melbourne ont Cup Day, prices firmed for hens and good cockerels. Prices: Prime roosters, none penned; prime chick -ens, to 11/; heavy white hens, to 7/4;* h'eavy colored. hens, to 10/1; staggy cockerels, to. 8/4; white cockerels, 3/ to 5/1; spatchcocks, 1/6 to 2/7; white chicks, 6d to 1/ pair; K.C. drakelings, 4/10 to 5/4; no.prime -7Muscovy ; iLra?tkelings or duclklings;. Muscovy duckUings, not ready, to 7/7; ducks, 5/1; drakes, to. 4,4 eatch. Next regular ;ouItiy sale, Wednesday, No vember 15, at 2 p.m. Ring XU111i~ XUI1S2 or private LX8784 qny time for carrier. .Crates free. Cash. after sale and Thursday mornings, 10 to noon. .Cheques .posted every .Satur day. Chas. J. Parnhnm, auctioneer,' Parnham's* Poulti'y Yard, corner, Cen tria e and: .Jasper 'roads; Be tl igh. Established 13 years.
COUNCIL CHATTER BUILDING FIGURES [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 10 November 1939
UNCIL CHATTER BUILDING FIGURES lue of buildings and alterations e various ridings of:the shire for 0onth of October wero:--Seaford, I; Frankston, £2025; Mt. Eliza, Si; Centre, £225; East,; £830. I, £6363. INFANT WELFARE tal attendances, 317; individuals, new babies, 9. QUARRY.` . e quanry manager reported that output for the month was 2742 c. ds. The trucks carried 2232 c. i of metal, which was valued" at 321/10/. xpenses 'were £761, lag a profit on the 'month of SWells said he was confident that crushers would soon be turning 150 yards a day. he health inspector reported 'that had visited slaughter houses in the re and found them in good cdndi th 'rTe sanitary and garbage -de Swere in good order. -"School" aign will le ,erected' at St. Paul's Idndergarten school. Petition front residents of Somer Ie requesting that Thornell's road declared a main road was received.; Will lie on the table for one month accordance with. regulationsi :,,,'i.:: LEAVE OF ABSENCE : - Cr foast Was granted...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 10 November 1939
Want Ads. Cost Less and Get Results Want-Ad. Costs '"THE STANDARD' Pa - for 14 Words ? W A NT A D Pays •D S to use the your wsagt A D S.WANT ADS. ourNewsaentn 6. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10, 1939 PAG.. WANT ADS . _,u*' ul J* C. . PBRIEN GRAIN, IRODi CE, EGG Public Market, Wells St., Frankston. ONE: Frankston 108. After Hours, Somerville 254. eat F.A.Q. .... .... 3/5 Bran ......... ........ 5 bush 5/3 ......... . 5/6 :Pollard ....... ....7 bush 6/9 krY ?ing ..... 8/6. '.Prime Chaff ....... r. . .... .... .. .. ... ts, Algerian .... 3/ Cement ......... ... .... 4/1 letwt. 12/- Limil .... .... .... ..... .... 3/3. enfeast Peas... 22/6 bush. Polly Feed. .... .......... 4/3 cerne ........ ... . 1/10 lb. Super.. .... ........ 6/9 b. Clover ..........:..: 1/3 lb. IBlood and Bone .......... 10/9 ze Meal ........ Bush 2/3 Suplcr Eone ....... 9/9, 10/9' ic Starter . .. 11/ Market Garden ............ 12/9 wing ash ............ .... 8/ ring hash ..... .... ..... 7/ Siraw, Bale .... .......... .... ..3/ ...
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY SHOWS SUSPENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 10 November 1939
HORTICULTURAL * . SOCIETY SSHOWS SUSPENDED. AtI a special' meeting of Frankslon Horticultural Society held at the Mechanics' Hall on Mondny, it "as unanimously .agreed to sutspelnd the organisation uintil after the war.. ; At ,the end of that period a public Smeeting will be called to decide Ihe rfuturp of ; the Society. Thle baw batlance is '£21.; The Society .als holds three cups and property valued at £20. It, was 'stated .that no pei son .is authiorised to 5 use this P ' Those present: at the meeting w1 - tii"pre.sident;, Dr. Carr, Mrs Cars. Mirs Tomasettl, Mrs Keast, Miss pd ;Mrs Daniels, Miss Teague, Mrs mold, Miss Pass and Cr. Montague.
FRANKSTON DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL COMBINED SPORTS' SUCCESSES [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 10 November 1939
FRANKSTON DISTRIC' f HIGH SCHOOL COMBINED SPORTS' SUCCESSES At the metropolitan High Schools' combined sports, boys of Franicston obtained four firsts, flvo seconds and five thirds. The girls had one first, two seconds and two thirds: Boys'--Il. Nicholls: 1st senior long jump, 2nd 100yds, 2nd 440yds, and 3rd SS0vds. K. Allen: 2nd senior high jump. "R.. Houe: "1st, inter. hurdles. L. Cubitt: 2ndl seio'r hurdles. R. Stone: 1st undei 15 220yds,".rd 100 yds, and equal 3rd long jump. V. Ringehott: Equal 3rd under 15' high jump. D..Hill: 2nd inter. high Jump. Boys' senior relay race, 440yds: 1st; Giils.--Nancy Batten: 2nd inter. 75. yards. Ruth Previtt:. 3rd Junior 50 yards and 75. yards.. Inter basketball) .passing:,. Frankston 1. Junior relay race, S00yds:. Frankston 2. Senior basketba'll p'ssing: Frankston 3.
SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 10 November 1939
SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL (To the Editor) Sir,-Let this ground be sacred, 'but how can it be when. its a- haunt for drinkers, not visitors but local booz ers ,hiding their bottles in the shabby hedges. Quite a number are to be seen hiding there drinking. Now that summer 'is approaching, why not re move the frousy, uncared-for hedges, regravel' the `path, a:and get tlhe ,la.wn to perfection and make it a spot worth looking 4t. These present con ditions are not inspiring for men to join the 2nd A.I.F.-Yours etc., LEST WE FORGET. Frankston.
TURF FLEMINGTON SELECTIONS (By Espy) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 10 November 1939
FLEMINGTON ,SELECTIONS (By Espy) 1.40-BATMAN. STAKES Gold Salute ........... 1 Dashing Cavalier .. . .. 2 Grand -Patrol .. - . 3 2.15-FLEMINGTON STAKES Halifax .. .. ........ 1 Goldsmith .. . 2 Securities 3 2.40-FISHER PLATE High Caste .. . .. . 1 Mosaic ............. 2 Ortelle's Star .. . 3 3.15 V.R.C. HANDICAP Mailca . .. . . . . .. Ortelle's Star . . .... 2 :Respirator .. . . 3.50-McLEOD STEEPLE- Grantley . ....... .. 1 Sea Kinig.. . 2 Musicail David . . 4.25-OTTAWA STAKES ,Knight's Armour-. . .. :1 :Tranlquil Star .i........ .. . 2 Applause? .... .. 8 5.5-FINAL HANDICAP : Historian .. : 1 1I Carpentier :. .. .. . 2 -Pibroch .......... .. 3