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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922

. Frankston Directory. BAY STREET BAKERY F. M. Herbert ......... Baker, Pastry Cook and Caterer ............ Only the best articles'supplied ... .Westudy the wishes of our customers....... Letters, etc, ieceive attention. Picnic Parties & Socials Catered for. .. Afternoon Tea a Speciality. .. Bread Delivered Daily. BAY ST_ ET, FAr W. J. Withington (20 years as General Hand with L. Foster & Son, Melbo rne) Informs the public of Frankstou ill I district that he has commenced business as...... SADDLER A First-class Workmanship, Guaranteed at Melbourne Prices. Note the address-Next to Brown & Muir's, the blacksmiths Playne Street ..:;. Frankston FRANKSTON DAIRY Pure Milk, direct from the Owner's well known Dairy Farm Customers may confidently rly on the purity and Iigh-class Quality of the milk supply. Ciwa milked under strict personal supervision. Milk treated by latest scientinic appliances, render ing contamination impossible. Agent for Clutterbuck's Blackston...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sport and Anecdote SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922

Sport and Anecdote e SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE' WISE AND OTHERWISE. Since Henry Barwcll. the South Australian who presides over. the destinies of the central State as its Premier,. has had so much to say about .'race prejudice,". I miay. b i,ardoned for saying "race prcjudicc" is all.right, providing it leads a man to refrain from putting his montey on thle wrong horse. It was-in the iHouse of. Reprc sentatives. "I atn a self-made man," declared Sir Joseph Cook, ais ; hle stroked his little ziff. ,:"I ais glad to heair you/ siy..iith't ,"obscrvcd GKiut mighty of a great responsibilily."' The jolly Jack Tar, fresh froii Crib Point, waded itito the Bay View Hotel duritig' the "'Xmas " holidays, carrying a" thirst' as great as the sands of Egypt. He said to one of "the prospectors,"- trying to drown his sorrows in ale, "H1-ave you heard thed latest' aotou the mines?" '"No," he hadn't. "We\Vell," said' the •Jack, "mine's a bitters." And lie got it. They had been celebrating at th...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SEAFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922

SEAFORUD. Cr. J.. B. Howell, of Seaford, commented last Tuesday on Mr David Dodd's letter in "The Standard"" in 'reference to the Frankston Fire Brigade and the recent fire at Seaford. He en dorsed Mr Dodd's explanation of the circumstances to the full est, and he wishes the' members of the Frankston brigade to un derstand that the cheap and uri justified criticism. levelled at them over this,.matter did not have its source in the Seaford district.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A WISE FOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922

'A WISE FOOL. A very large audience assembled at the Frankston Pictures on Saturday last. when Thomas iMeighan and Maurice Tourncur were presented in Paramount features. Tile prograutlne for Saturday night will include Geo. Mlcford's production, "A Wise Fool," and David Powell in "'Appearances.' a great ,lhuman 'draman that touches every love ~nd every hote.:" There svillbe pictures ontt:Wcdnesday night as usual. Seats utay -be booked at O'Donioghue's new agency..

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THE SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922

THE SHOW The 20th annual show. held under the auspices of the Frankston Horticultural and Agricultural Association, took place on Thursday, 12th January, and proved an unqualified success. The weather was fine, and the attendance very large. Tihe takings at tihe gates, amounting to £62/15/-, was a record for the Asso ciation. The Show was formally opened by the State Premier, Hon. H. S. W. Lawson, who congratulated the people of the district on the all-round excel lence of the exhibition, and expressed the hope that producers would continue to support the Agricultural Association as being one of the surest means of in creasing thle general prosperity. A gratifying feature of this year's show, as indicating steady growth of in terest, was the largely increased num ber of exhibits in almost all sections. For horse sections 274 entries were-re ceived, being 40 in excess of last year, and a record for the Association. The ring events in consequence were of a very attractive order, and a...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922

CRICKET. . A match was played during the holidays at the Cranbourne road re serve between Ray Baxter's and Charlie Dalman's elevens, the former winning by 75 runs. Scores: "BAXTER'S ELEVEN. Griffith, b Coates .... .. 4 A. Kelso, b Hallowes .. .. .. 11 lBedggood, b Coates ....... 0 Ray Baxter. run out .. 6. G Empey, b Coates ... ..... 34 M. Kemp, not out .. .. . 11 \VWhite, b Hallowes .... .. 3 \V. E. Watkins, b Daltnan .. 57 N. Baxter, c and b Sutherland .. 5 R. F. Burton, run out ..... 20 Wesley, c & b., Dalnan ........ Sundries .. .. .. .. .. 25 Total.. ........ ... 176 Bowling:-Coates 3 for 40, Hal loswes 2 for 41, Sutherland I for 26. Dalnan, 2 for 17, Evans 0 for 9, Phillips 0 for 13. DALMAN'S ELEVEN. Phillips. run out ... ..... 39 H. Hallowes, c & b, Kempi .... 3 A. Evans, b Etnpey .. ..... 0 B. Hallowes, b Kemp ..... 8 C. Coates. b Kemp ...... 14 Sutherland. b R. Baxter .. .. 5 Datnan, c.& b,-Kemp ...... 1 \lickle, b Kemp ........ 2 B. Evans, not out. ...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922

I I I ass |r I | aM .anL t,.;i iI..?xr -,Ii;? ?.?--. Great Summer Sale I 1-------- --_ i 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. orifice at 2s 114d per yard Blouses in Print, Voile and Silk Galatea at Is IIj.d per yard from 3s lid White Unbleached Calico at Is 3d White aprons from is 9d Very good quality White Calico at Black aprons from 2e 6d I s d per yapn Black Cotton Stockings at is 6d Good Cream Flannel at 2s 9d per yd Bonds Artificial Silk Stockings, in Natural Flannel at 2s 6d all Colors, from 3s lid to 12e IId Very special line of Sheeting--54 " A large stock of children's dresses Herringbone Twill at 2s lid; 80 " from 8s 6d each "i Herringbone Twill at Ss lid Very special line of Ladies Vests, Babies white silk Peter.Pan Hats.at mercerised (Bond's) at 4s lid - 2s 9d each Also line of Cotton Ve...

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THE WEEK'S EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922

,THE WEEK'S EPITOME. Mr. Pockctti;of Ke, 'wlho judged thc."fl6wccr :section, at the :Frankston A.'-.nd-H. Society's 'exhibition, re 'firred in higlily culogistic' terms to ;ic: 'exliibit of'- crcas, etc., displayed '...Mr.'Frel. -Bartlett, ;'i local flor ist?? ' r. -Pocktt t rcquested '"The S.:.ndard" to convey his congratu latiuns to Mr: Bartlett for the beau tiful cxhlbi.t. : : Last year 130,000 cases of frtit re ixcsen'ted the harvest of the Red Hil, district. 'Tite Wcelhl Timnes" pre dicts that by 1031) tIfe ioutputll will be, iin advanc'e of 500,000 cases. Redi FHill residents have an unbounded confidence in their district, and ard satisfied about its future.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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ACKNOWLEDGMENT. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922

ACKNOWLEDGMENT. (To tlho Editor.) " Sir,-Will you kindly acknowledige the following- donations in :"The Standard." iii answer to your appeal for the Home:-Mrs. Pat. Osborne, !Willero," Tarago, N.S.W., . £5 (to wards'the lXmas Appeal, and? wish ing the boys a'merry Xmas 'and happy New Year. in' titcnlory of Sir John Madden); frbin Mrs; Ivy Rudd and Mr.; R.Rudd, £1/1/- cacl;: Mr. E; A. dHunter, 10/-; Miss ,McKeni zie,"Bel3achleigh," four geese. Thankh ing you for your. continued hiterest in our,-lomne.-Yottrs, etc.,. "- \V. MINTON.

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The Standard. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1922 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922

FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1922 The Ayrshire cow, which secured championship hono s at the Frank. ston show last week, brought £35 5s by auction at Dandenong on Wed nesday last. On Show day, three cows, owned by Mr H. Gamble, at Langwarrin, were struck by lightning and killed instantaneously. ,A communication will be made in next issue regarding -the forthcoming meeting of the Hastings branch of the Returned Soldiers' Association. See advt The Moorooduc brailch of the V.F.U., advertise a Gymkhana on. Mornington racecourse, on Wednesday, 8th March. Sir,-I shall esteem it a favor if you will permit me, through your columns, to express grateful thanks to tile ladies and gentlemen who so kindly assisted in nmaking a success of the recent concert. To those ladies who "never wearn of wcll-doing" (Mesdames Barcl;ay andt Moloney, also the Misses Box, Hay and Hal lenan) special tlhanks are extended for so kindly supplying board and re sidence free for the company. At such a busy time, their action ...

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HASTINGS HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922

HASTINGS HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. By Our Special Reporter. Wednesday evening. 11th January, was the occasion of a gathering of the Church of England congregation to welcome to his new charge the lately-appointed 5vicar, the Rev. Al fred Craig, .Th. L. Organised by the Ladies Guild, the evening attained its object most suc cessfully, and it is hoped that Mr. Craig already feels himself in the midst of friends eager and willing to assist him in his work. Cr. C. A. Jones took the chair, and on behalf of tie Guild and the con gregation .generally, expressed the satisfiction and pleasure it'gasve them to welcome their vicar to Hastings. He hoped he would never regret his appointment, and hoping that the parish would joint him in doing every thing possible to ensure the success of his ministry. A .very enjoyable musical pro grammiie was contributed by Misses Hodgins and Bowell, Mesdames Per rott:and Cove, and'Messrs. Gallagher and Nott. AMr..Knight also.gave an address on character and charac...

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PHILLIP ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922

". PHILLIP ISLAND. By Our Special Reporter. The Island is more than ever popular, and all accommodation is fully occupied- booked well on through next month, and, in some cases, right on to Easter. His Excellency's eldest son, Viscount Dunwich has joined his family here. Their Excellencies express great satisfaction of their holi day abode, and it is understood that their stay will be longer than it was first proposed to be. Commander Haggard, Private Secretary, also:took up his resi dence with the Vice-Regal party during the past week. Lord and Lady Stradbrook, Viscount Dunwich, Lady Helena Rous, and the Hon. Keith Rous, motored to the rookery on Mon day evening, and were rewarded with a magnificent sight. At 8.20 the first of the birds came in sight, and within ten minutes they were coming in thousands, and with a glorious sunset as a background, and the beautiful sea coast as a foreground, the scene was a most memorable one. The members of the Vice Regal Party were highly deligh ...

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SKETCHES OF COWES AT CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922

SKETCHES OF COVWES AT' CHRISTMAS. By "Homo." Befor: .I chose Cowes as iuy I1 li day rc.ort. I was assured it' it was the place of places for a :ood quiet rest. the exact spot one s;uiid select for recuperation -after twti mitonths of the struggle and bustle ,.f the city. It is not until I staryl ., the en.d of the pier on this suoltoe, , evening that 1 realise, to the I:.I the truth of that recommendation. Here there is no strain for cf? ?. no vain attempt at gallantry, no t,. dern dressing. and no noist. stead, we find a dozen or o t,, in careless attire, seated wish It, teriors wound round the bc;..; : of the pier and feet danghin" iiu, eternity. Ieside them ire sca..> of crumpled newspaper, containii?,: -t old' knife, pieces of meat or t;.: .r mussels, and parts of fish more ,r less decayed. From their hand, , the water a few yards out str:-,'. a thin cord line. Tile have s little inclination to talk. and se. ,; to almost resent inquiries as to hv they are doing. In my ignoran...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922

7.OCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. The Master Hairdressers and Tobacconists Association propose holding their annual picnic at Frankston on February 15. Ken non's Pty Ltd, the Modern Prin ting Co and other trade picnics will also be held at Frankston. Early next month, the Austral ian, Society of Engineers will en tertain the Australian delegates, at' luncheon at the Pier Tea House, at which General Sir John Monash will preside. Quite a number of other picnics, etc, are booked for Frankston.

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MUSICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922

MIUSICAL: " Attention is directed t6 'the musical notice of Miss Mary.l Mel drum, the well-known Carrum pianiste, published elsewhere in to-day's issue. As a pianist for dances and superior social gath erings, Miss Meldrum has few equals outside the metropolis.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE EARLY HISTORY OF WESTERN PORT. (Written Specially for "The Standard.") [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922

THE EARLY HISTORY .OF WESTERN PORT. (Written Specially for ''The Standard.") In order to fittingly commemorate the early settlement of Western Port, a- movement has been i*nau-l gurated tb; erect a rneliorial cairn at Rhyll, the scene of the- first die finite settlement by Captain Wright, on 3rd December, 1826. and an.encr getic coolinuittee is endcavouring to materialise the scheme. " " To this end, on tile 11th :nd .12th1 inst., illustrated lectures \wre ldc livered in the Hall at C6owes by Sir lanmes Barrett; cliairmiat of the Na tional Parks Association,: mid Mr. Chas. Long, "M.A., .senior inspector and publinatioto clitor of the ditca-. tion Depairtment. .. " His Excellenicy tile Governor oc cupiied tile chair, -Lady Stradbtoke also being present. His Excellency was received at the H-all by. a guard of honor consisting of the Dtide nong troop- of. Boy Scouts, and opened "proceedings by introducing. the leclurers in a brief by conmpre=: hensive speechl, in which t he ex pressed ...

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SEAFORD NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922

SEAFORD NEWS. By Our Special Reporter. There is general satisfaction here at the action taken by the Shire council with regard to the fire dan ger. and it is a :certainty the Shire President will have a splendid at tenaance at the public meeting to consider the necessary action. for dealing with the fire danger. It is regretted that any aspersion has been cast on the "willingness of the Frankston brigade to attend at the recent fire, and it is hoped that now that the position has been ex plained the feelings of both parties will be soothed, and tie Fraulcston brigade assured that althought every one could not know the inmmediate facts, generally speaking the know ledge that the Frankston men were ieady and prepared toc-come to our assistance was very highly appreci ated. Although "The 'Argus" ultra purists have ratlher magnified - the lewdness on the beach, it is no use trying to Itide the fact that there is a certain amount of indecency occur ing. and we are.going-.to-be very fooli...

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PHILLIP ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922

PHILLIP ISLAND. By Our Special Reporter. On Thursday. January 5ihl, a meet ing of the following residents was held in the Hall:--Messrs.' McFee, ,Underdown, A. Mcllwraith, J. Ander son, W. D. Davie, W. Jeffrey, and W. E. Tlompson. Councillor MeFce (President of the Shire), who pre sided, explained thie object-of tihe meeting was to form -a. committee and appoint officers for the purpose of carrying out the scheme for tihe erection of a memorial cairn at Rhyll, where the British flag- was hoisted in 1826 and 'a settlement formed. It was agreed that those present, with thli following, he a coummittee:-P. G. Dickson, F. Hat field, D. Robb, A. S. K. Sambcll, VW. KIennon and Williams, junr. Councillor A: 1tcIlwraith was appointed'treasu rer, and W. E. Thompson secretary, who reported that - his -.Excellency would be present at tCe lecture on W\ednesday, 11th Jautia'ry:, The sec retary 'reported havisg received a cheque for £2/2/- from Mr. Alfred Shaw, and smaller amounts. Further subscri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922

_-Frankston Directoryg. Established 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Pro gressive Ironlnmongers P'lavue Street. Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockerv Cash Prices Terms Cash OPEN FOR ALL CSLSES OF Ceneral Banking Business In th P C "rt.. . C T..sn . Tw a o.f Austra.a. use Pa& a.'ei). Ln; a (Z. Savings Bank Department 0 laterrA on Amounta o 1,r 000 c up £ 1,300 JAME.S KELL. Sir DENISON MILLER, K.O.M.O., ay ~tre SI:Go~erno I ht UER ShTOR E Bay Street = - = Frankston V0 WELLS " The Value for JYlorteg Groeer " Quality Groceries ........ Finest English. Continental and Australian condiments .... Vinegars, auces, Pickles. Dried and Conserved Fruit, Confectionery, and Groceries Only best brands Stocked Mornington Directory THE NeW Ford The Car of Supremle Value l) ELIABLE, Economical and Effl- varnish on all standard tourers. eleut. Its reputation as the These, with numerous other im BEST CAR is known the whole wide proremente,mnake the New Ford the world ove...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 January 1922

PERSONAL. Brigadler-General Grimwade and Brigadier - General Senator Elliott were.anongat the many.diatioiguihed visitors who attended the. Fraoikst'o show last week.' 'The collie dog that won first prize in that clasa at the recent Frankaton H. &'A. Society's exhibition is the undefeated champion of the C,mmon wealth. The collie Is the. property of Mrs-V. Street.

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