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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 27 January 1922
- -- ----- -. Frankston Directory.__ THE CORNER STORE Bay Street = - - Frankston V. WELLS " The Value for )Worleyj Grocer " Qutdlty G.Creri~i ------ Finest English, Continent.a and fAtzstra'ian? c? tntimnt .... Vineg?rs, anees. Pickles. Dried and Cun?yer'ed Fruit, Comfietionery. and Groceries Only best brands Stocked The NoTn-Combine Baker WVc H. PIKE Baker and Pastry Cook "Where You get the good JBread" Try our cake; there's notbing like it. Best Quaslity of Materials Used. Carts deliver Daily to all Parts of the dis trict. T'he favor of ycir patronage and recommendation respectfully s-licited. Letters and Tele?grarns attended to. Wells Street, Frankston [0loa 1 arm UJl BY The in ost up-to-date dairy in the district. Milk supplied doily dir. vct rout mr oiws cowis to the Custoumrs. Only picked Cows kept on the Model Yamir One Cor'.s umilk for infants ¶ Primest Quality i Cleailiness a specialty ¶ Satisfact- ion Guarantee Insf Pe tins of Idairy, farm and cow in- Phone-92 viteL Addres...
FRANKSTON TELEPHONE SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 27 January 1922
FRANKSTON -TELEPHONE SERVICE. The Acting Deputy P.M.G. has written Capt. Ithe Hon. S: M. .Bruce, M.C., M.P., as follows: -"21st January, 1922: With re ference to a deputation from the combined Progress Associations (Aspendale to Frankston), which waitcd on me onl 7th November, 1921, and urged that action be taken to relieve the congestion of traffic on the telephone lines be tween Frankston and lMelbouirne, I beg. to inform ` oiu that provision will be' made~on next year's draft estimates with a view. of improv-. ing the' existing service. I shall be glad if you will kindly advise Mr. Crawford° Young., secretary, Combined Progress Associations, Frankston, accordingly."
DANGEROUS CROSSING ON SOMERVILLE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 27 January 1922
DANGEROUS CROSSING ON SOMERVILLE LINE. - The.. hon. .secretary. of the Frankston Progress Association has received the following com munication from the Secretary for Railways, dated" 13th January, 1922:-"Adverting to' your letter of 12th November Jast I am di rected to intimate that the banks on each side of the. crossing re ferred to on .the Somerville line laye beeh cut dowii, and it is reported the view of. approa:ching trains is now reasonably good."
PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 27 January 1922
PASSING NOTES. It is unwise to think, as some Frankston sports do, that because a girl wears long skirts she is a prude. Quite unwise-she may be bandy ! I meet quite a lot of people on the Peninsula whose pet hobby is grumbling about the weather. At present they grumble rather unjustly, .but when they "cross the bourne from whence no trav ellers return"-thev might have reason to grumble about the sev erity of the climate ! He was travelling to Stony Point. When the train stopped at Somerville, he poked his top piece out.of the window, and, in a husky voice, asked a youth, "Have I got time to get over to Copsey's for;.drink? " The phi 4sd6phical youth 'siat o-nKnuck ey's tidy platform and scratched his thinkingapparatus. "Yes," he drawled, ' you've got time to get over alright, but you ain't got time to get back I" WISE AND OTHERWISE. It is a wise man. who makes the best of it when he gets the worst of it. And, my friends, you will al ways find that a blunt person is capable of makin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 27 January 1922
,?Frankston Directory . BAY STREET BAKERY F. M. Herbert ............. Baker, Pastry Cook and Caterer ............ Only the best articles'supplied....We study the wishes of our customers....... Letters, etc, receive attention. Picnic Parties & Socials Catered for. .. Afternoon Tea a Speciality. .. Bread Delivered Daily. BAY STREET,' FRA-NFKSTQNXO W. J. Withington (20 years as General HIand with L. Foster & Son, Melbourne) Informs the public of Frankston and district that he has commenced business as...... . S ADDLER . First-class Workmanship, Guaranteod at Melbourne Prices. Note the address-Noext to Brown & Muir's, the blaoksmiths Playne Street ..:.. Frankston FRANKSTON DAIRY Pure Milk, direct from the Owner's well known Dairy I-rm Customers may confidently rely on the purity and High-olass Quality of the milk supply. Caws milked undor strict perional supervision. Milk treated by latest scioatiflc appliances, reader ing contamination impossible. Agent for Clut...
Sport and Anecdote SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 27 January 1922
SSport and Anecdote %Se. ??SOME NEWSY TATTLE BY "STRATHMORE' Frank Livy, the successful ri der, whose energy in the saddle is always to be admired, has re ceived a month's holiday from the stipes for allowing Sakta to bump into Sinbad the Sailor in the principal event at Caulfield. Clarrie Croskell, who plays a good game of tennis and cricket, has been spending the holidays in the Frankston district, where he first saw the light. Nowadays he is on the teaching staff of the High School at Kyabram. '"`im" Croskell-oan old-time cricketer, who can still make a run or two, is his dad. BATHING BELLES Frank Beaurepaire, now resid ing in Sydney, where they take life as it comes, is still showing his best form in the water, win ning the 440 yards championship in remarkably fast time. Beaure paire played in some of the exhi bition football matches organised by Jim Jolly at Frankston some years ago. Sorrento staged a swimming carnival on Saturday last, and got some great fun out of it. Ini the...
APPRECIATION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 27 January 1922
APPRECIATION." To the Editor. Sir,-Mr George Upton, some issues since, had the thoughtful ness to congratulate you on the excellence of the literary matter of "The'Standard." Whilst Mr Upton's tribute concerns you pri marily, it is also a tribute to the small army of district correspon dents you have, who, by their ef forts, are helping you to make the Peninsula one of the richest areas in the State.. Very many unthinking people under-rate the service the country Press renders the State, and one of these intel ligent people has been airing his views in the city Press lately. He 'slates the country Press in rare style. He complains of the space the country editors devote to roads, bridges, parish politics, etc, and dilates on the literary. standard of the country Press, which he considers very crude' and deficient. As to the first, he forgets that the making of roads and bridges is a fundamental and contributory source of the na-. tion's greatness, in which case, it demands the suppo...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 27 January 1922
CRICKET. The following team will represent Frankston aailnat Bontlelgh. at the Cranbourne Road Reserve tomorrow B. Baxter, A.D. Box, Ray Baxter, D. Kennedy, T. Doeane, A. Earl, W. E. WaIkins, M. Kemp. R. F. Burton, G. Patterson, W. Hanton,. .On Mon day. next, at II a.m. Frankston will meet the Trescowthicli .CricketClub from Northcote.'- The Frunknton II'S WILL NOT visit Somervill tomorrow as the ground is not available.
Cricket GENERAL MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 27 January 1922
gricket GENERAL MATCHES. The visitors defeated Frankston (B grade) by 35 runs last Saturday. Scores: REV. HUGH JONES' XI. Rev. E. S. Dorman, b Ryan .. 4 Geoff. Smith. run out ... . 10 P. Empey, c E. McComb, b Ryan 20 E. Tew, b Ryan ... .. 0 E.. Schultz, c N. Baxter; b C. Crosketl .. .. .... .. 21 F. Anderson. b Ryan ....... 28 H1. R. Jones, b C. Croskell .. 0 ,I4. Heath; lbw, b Aitkin .. 8 Rev. H. Jones, c -Ryan, b C Croskell ... ... .. .. 2 Ian Heath, b Ailkin ....... 12 G. Stockdale, b C. Croskell .. .. 3 Ai. Perrington, not- out ...... 0 Sundries .......... 8 Bowling.-C. Croskell, four wicket! for 13 runs; L. Ryan. four for. 28 Hague, none for 18: Petrie, none foi 37; Aitkin, two for 13. FRANKSTON. E. McComb, c Stockdale, b Empey ...... .. .. - Bennett, c Tew, b Empey .. 10 Graham Petrie, run out . .. .. 10 L Ryan, c Rev.:Jones, b -Empey 1 Arthur Hague, c Empey, b Smith 3 Will McComnb,b Stockdale .. .- 17 A. Aitkin, C Perrington. b Stock dale.. .. . 9? C Croskell, c Tew, b Anders...
GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 27 January 1922
GENERAL NOTES. Chief Officer *.rarshall, of the Country Fire Brigades, paid his half yearly visit of inspention to Franke ton on Thursday last. Practise for the demonstration at Bendigo in March next was undergone in his fpresende, and at the conclusion of the inspec tion Lieut-Col Marshall expressed pleasure at what he had seen, and congratulated Captain Petrie and the members of the brigade on the progress they are making'rnd the en thusiastio spirit manifest amongst them. The- State schools re-open on Tuesdaf next: - Mr D. !Manson, -principal of the Frank'tod College, advises that his school'will re-open next Tuesday.
NORTHERN PENINSULA SERIES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 27 January 1922
NORTHERN PENTNSULv A SERIES The game between .Somerville and Langwarrin ended in a draw: S SOMERVILLE. G. Grant,;not out 59 Martin. c O'Neil, b Simcock - .. 96 Sundries .. .... 11 1 for. . .:s .d . • .. 166 (Innings declared closed.) IBowlig.--O'Ncil 0 for. 42, H. Rid out 0 for 12 WVilliams 0 for 87, Par r '0 for 17. Boweclls 0 for 25, Sims cock 1 for 14, Young 0 for 8. LANGVWARRIN. Howells, c Martin, b Knitckey .. 26 Parker, b Hutchinson-.. .. .. ". 8 O'Neil, b Unthank .. .. .. \Villiants, c Hutchinson, b Un thank . .. .. .. .... .. 11 H. Ridout. not out .. .. 4 NVhittingham. b Unthank .. . 4 Addcrley, c Knuckey, b Thornell 1 Sinmcock, not out ...... ........2 Sundries .. G6wickets for ..-. ;. 69 B1oiling.--Thlornell, 1 for 18, Hut chinson 1 for 18, Knuct?ey .. for 9; Webb 0 for10, R Unthank 3.for 9.
BITTERN DEFEAT CRIB POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 27 January 1922
BITTERN DEFEAT CRIB POINT. Bittern elected to come to Crib Point last Saturday. and" play their match on their opponents' ground. The object was the. new concrete pitch at Crib Point on the Recreation Reserve, at the rear of the State school. The playing arena has been cleared..and by a series of working bees the ground has been improved. All that is now required is a heavy downpour of rain to consolidate the surface, and a fine raking of the out field. The next question to be con sidered is the erection of a shelter shed and conveniences on the ground, and later the fencing of the area, at. a policy of tree planting. Saturday's match, although it did not.constitute:the official opening, at tracted a good crowd of Bittern and Crib Point people, and an enjoyable gamne - resulted " The wicket, played true.. Bittern gained the victory. CRIB POINT. W. Allen, c F. Allen, b Huntley 7 L. Marriott, b F. Allen .. .. .. 4 F. Bennetts, b F. Allen .. . 0 \W. Booth. c Huntley, b'F. Allen 5 H. C....
ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 27 January 1922
ABOUT PEOPLE. Mr Norman McDonald, who has again been on the sick list, has gone to Belgrave to recuper ate in the mountain air. Rev. E. S. Dorman, of Bendi go, with his wife and family, is spending an enjoyable month's holiday at Frankston. Mr and Mrs Victor Leggo, of St Kilda, are among the recent visitors to these parts. Mr Shannon, Railways Com missioner, spent the holidays at Flinders. Mr J. Twyford, president, and Mr S. S. Gault, secretary of the Somerville Fruitgrowers' Asso ciation, were present at the re cent Frankston Show, and con gratulated the committee on the success of the exhibition. Mr C. Hunter, the popular president of the Seaford Progress Association, has not enjoyed very good health during the last 12 months. Recently he paid an extended visit to the Mallee, and the change appears to have bene fited him considerably. It is stated that Mr H. J. Mc Culloch, who missed municipal honors last year by a narrow ma jority, has been already asked to again contest the elec...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 27 January 1922
Great Summer Sale Goods are to be Cleared Regardless of Cost, so Come Early Here are a few of the Bargains we are offering A few Ladles Cotton Crepe Dresses Extra good quality White Pique, so at 158 each orifice at 2s I2id per yard Blouses in Print, Voile and Silk Galatea at Is II3d per yard .from 3S lid o Unbleached Calico at Is 3d White aprons from ls 9d - Very good'quality 'White'Callco at Black aprons from 2e 6d Is Sd per yard -. Black Cotton Stockings at 1s Gd Good Cream Flann'el at 28 9d'per yd Bonds Artificial Silk Stockingse, in Natural Flannel at 2s 6d all Colors, from 3s 11d to 12e IId Very special line of Sheeting--54 A, large stock "of- children's dresses Herringbone Twill at 2s 11d; 80 " from 3s 6d'eaoh Herringbone Twill at 3s lid Very speoial'line of Ladles. Vests, Babies white ailk'Peter Pan Hate at morcerised (Bond's) at 4s lid 2S 9d each Also line of Cotton Vests at las d Large Assortment of Summer Hats A few Flannelette Night Dresses to for children . go at 7s 11id...
THE WEEK'S EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 27 January 1922
THE WEEK'S EPITOME. A public meeting will be held at Hastings on Tuesday night to discuss the special rate for the High School at Frankston The Protestant Federation will hold a public meeting at Franks ton next Friday night, when ad dresses will be given by Rev. W. Albiston, of Melbourne, and Rev S. E. Dorman, of Bendigo. Hon. W. F. Finlayson, M.L.C. of Queensland, will lecture in the interests of the Anti-Liquor Lea gue at Frankston at an early date. At the Wangaratta Police Court, on Tuesday last, before Mr Notley Moore, P.M., a youth, Robert Rivett, who is said to have came from the Baxter dis trict, was charged with shooting at an old man, 65 years 'of age, with intent to murder him. Riv ett, who is only 19 years of age, was committed to stand his trial at the Criminal Court on Wed nesday, February 15. As requests for continuance are universal amongst visitors and others, the Frankston Pic ture Co. will consider the advis ability of the continuance of the Wedniesday night's pic...
MINISTER TO VISIT SEAFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 27 January 1922
MINISTER TO VISIT SEA FORD. Sir Alexander Peacock, Minis ter of Education, has advised the Seaford Progress Association that he will. formally open the new State school at an early date, and now the Seafoid people are busily engaged making prepara tions for the visit. A joint com mittee, consisting of. representa tives of the school committee. and, the .Progress Association met on Monday night last and drew up a comprehensive programme, vhich includes the 'fuitction at the school, with its speeches and.gifts of 1ol. lies for the children, to be follow-, ed by a luncheon at Hoidell's din= ing rooms. The Ministerr has not yet fixed a date, libut he is con ferrihg withl the Hon. A. Down ward, and -fullei details are ex-. pected shortly.
Phillip Island. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 27 January 1922
Phillip Island. By Our Special Reporter )Mr F. J. Hatfield returned to Cowes this week after an enjoy able holiday spent at Yarra Glen, Box Hill, and other inland die tricts The s-s- Geni-ta is r-nning special day trips on A.-.A. Day (Monday next), and will connect with trains at Stony Point at both forenoon and evening. The chance to pay a flying visit to Phillip Island will be largely availed of by those whose busi ness ties demand that they shall be at their posts of duty on Tues-: day morning. Cowes is still full of visitors, and there is every in dication of the tourist season ex tending to well over Easter. LADY FORSTER'S APPEAL On Wednesday evening, 25th inst., a dance in aid of Lady Forster's appeal for the starving children of Europe was held in the Cowes HalL The dance was arranged by Mrs W. E. Thomp son with the assistance of Mr W. H. Gothorp, Mr H. West (as doorkeeper),,and a committee of Red Cross ladies. who supplied a very dainty supper. Mrs Alfred West provided music...
A Distressing Accident [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 27 January 1922
A Distissi-ng Accident A little child was fatally injured at the Frankaton Boy's Home on Mon day evening. Mrs Ida Morgan, who is employed at the home, was lifting a saucepan of boiling water from the kitchen stove, and stepping backward she bumied against her little son, Arthmr, aged 15 months, who was toddling shbout the room. In fright she dropped the saucepan, and the boiling water fell over the little child scalding him severely on the left side-arm, body and leg. He was taken to Dr. Maxwell's private hat pital, but after treatment there it was onsaldered advisable to send him to the Children's Hospital, Melbourne. Late last night the child was taken in a motor car to Melbourne, and admitted to the Children's Hoapital after midnight, but it died soon after. Residents of Long Island, Seaford, and Franketon are becoming impa tient at the delay of the Govern sent in supplying details of the promiaed scheme to improve Kana nook Creek. The secretary of the Seaford Association has wri...
SEAFORD PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 27 January 1922
SEAFORD PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The 'monthly meeting of the above was held at Cr. Armstrong's residence, Seaford, on Saturday night last. There were present: -Mr. C. Hunter (president), Cr. rArmstrong, Messrs. Skipper, Mar torana; Erwin, Gration, Martin, Kinane and -"V. Klauer (secre tary). Drainage Scheme. Correspondence was 'read from Mr. J. W. Bailey, of Narra-War ren,- relating to the drainage scheme and the improvement of Kananook Creek. The Secretary also reported that he had written the Department, asking what pro gress had been made with the pre paration of plans, etc.-Action endorsed. Opening State School. Sir Alexander Peacock wrote, consenting to formally open the new State school at Seaford, and stating that he was conferring with Hon. A. Downward as to a suitable date. Members expressed pleasure at the Minister's action, and it was agreed that the event should be properly celebrated. Resolved, on the motion of Cr. Armstrong and Mr. Martin that the school committee be aske...