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[?]me to Mr. Eric Hall and Family [?]'s Staff's Fine Function at Grand Hotel [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

e to IMr. Eric Hall and Family Staff's Fine Function at Crand Hotel S.. _.;; ,,; nnxt v fh;ilh. .. d function was held at the Grand l and ppythe ight of November 23, when mem o ^ncthe gBUS Lines' staff tendered a Wel s Feintsular. Eric Iall (tie firm's Governing, Inner to M Eruce Mr. and Mrs. Ian Evans, SHall, sane timn ago, were also in the party. hone so a irrling welcome by 75 members of uS e stais' . _ :. Eric Hall, Mr. Eind Mrs. Ian Roy Weber, E. "ay, J. Duncan ert Scott (man pleron (account " Osterlund, the r of the staff. non-attendance rom the Chair rs of the Trans s in the dining ily outstanding, f artistically-ar eas and various ,ot plants and ront of the long articularly beau sts outside the ceprcsentatives. th. uch speculation eseontatives, and of the evening, for the presence ile". of 15-year erlund, youngest in's staff. They on in doubt, as on (toast mas that there had ition among the to who should of making the. velcome to Mr. , it had been Lv that "Occer" rthe big jo...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

ALCOHOLIC ANONYP&OUS TlHe Frankston Methodist Men's *Society had for its speaker last Sunday Mr. To? Briowni, of Alco holic "-Anonymous?.reputation:rA A Ilarge gathering: ,.listened, soell bound 'whilst Mr.. Birown told his life story-and of the 'wa:y ~ n which strong drink had ruined him .. - .. *A- wrecked derelict for . nany years, he beciame so ill thit he had to receive. injections to kheep him alive.; Discharged as hope less, he wras given a! book b'y a Mr. Thrumb, on Alcoholic Anony mous, he went to a meeting con ducted by the 'A.A. Fellowship and determined to live a day at a time. The first day was mncst difficult, but, he said, "God Jet me live to speak to you." HJs note of warning was that a !Jttle drop of strong drink might, be cause of an inherent desire, -4rove a person's dow'nfall. .. -

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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TRUNK LINES DE[?] Frankston Council's Strong Protest [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

TRUNK LINES DEl Frankstori Council's Strong Protest Cr.: Hirst moved at Friday's Frankston Council meeting that "a strong letter of complaint be forwarded to the Frankston f Postmaster regarding the extraordinary delays in trunk line :telephone services from Mt. Eliza and Frankston, to Melbourne. 'Cr. Hirst said the automatic service from Melbourne to Frankston was very satisfactory, but for most parts of each day there was unreasonable delay getting through to Melbourne. Some .time ago the Council had complained about outward. trunk line services, and subsequently they had been' made very much better-, but now they were .drift ing again. Cr. Grice: I waited an hour the other day. Cr. Carpenter (Shire presi dent): I must say I agree with you. Trunk line services from the Shire are very lax at present. If an atom bomb was.diopped on them it would wake..some of them up.. I just. get onh after a longw, vai t, .?and someone .-calls !.'timie, .p~ease The~r oti; t to bie in;:: 5-a pub. ·,...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH AT HOME [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

PRESBYTERIAN CHURUk-l AT HOME " SA most enjoyable evenin-g was spent last Tuesday when all new comers from. the country an'd overseas were welcomed-by Rev. L. M. :and Mrs. Humphery and entertained. Items were rendered by Mrs. H. Dixon, Mrs. Cutt?iss, Mr. Tony 'Maine, and Mrs. Doug Brown, who also accompanied the singers. During the evening Rev. Humphery explained the object of the gathering,-and- after the roll call of new members and adhlerents, told the gattherig their addresses so that they could be conitacted by.those living Bear them.- Introductions were -made and social fellowship and conver sation took :place. Supper, v/hich was, provided ,;by the .-Lnadies' Guild, brought..the happy .rncet ;ing to a close. .-:.7::, . : .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

Sports Wear UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT (MESDAMES GAWLEY AND MAIR) 53B WELLS STREET, FRANKSTON: -ALL OLD STOCK .DRASTICALLY REDUCED:'. NEW STOCKS OF LATEST'. .. FROCKS, SKIRTS AND: SHORTEE COATS COMING IN DAILY! . . CALL AND INSPECT r ationual = 3 I.oiiselkecepin "There is no wealth; biut Life" #UI47?O7t96'l$ Fcr the SENATE, Vote ." w BROMHAM, Ada THE INDEPENDENT WOMAN, CANDIDATE Who, believes that co-operation of men and women is needed to secure laws for the protection and enrichment of 'life Authorised by E. Law'ton-Canipbell, 4th Floor, Centreway, Melb. SEWING MACHINE SERVICE DEPOT .All types of sewing machines repaired. 6d YOUNG ST., FRAIZSTON Phone 494 S:Weekly visits throughout Peninsula FENCING 5:ft. PALINGS ERECTED Or Materials only. SM. ROWSTON. SJ FEWSTER RD., HAMPTON. XW3556. QUALCAST LAWNMOWERS are STILL the BEST and Cheapest Obtainable from all leading HARDWARE STORES FRANKSTON MECHANICS' . LIBRARY New and UTJ-to-r'ate Books Subscritio:n - . 10/- year; 2/6 quarter -- Free Rea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

PAGE 14.-THE STANDARD, Thursday, December 1, 1949. . 'AMUSEMENTS 4 CITY OF MORUIALLOC LEGION SUB-BRANCH S OLD -TIME DANCE . . Mechanics'- Hall, Mordialloc "- Every Saturday Night GALA NIGHT, FIRST SATURDAY EACH MONTH - ADMISSION: 1/11 W. SMITH, Social Sec. . MONSTER XMAS FETE to be held on SSATURDAY, DECEMBER 3rd - At 2.30 p.m. AT MRS. D. MIRAM'S HOME. - "Koolancatta," Oliver's Hill "(TO BE OPENED BY THE SHIRE-PRESIDENT) ATTRACTIVE STALLS - FATHER. XMAS.. XMIAS TREE. - AFTERNOON TEA (IN AID OF FRANKSTON JUNIOR LIBRARY) Frankston Community Hospital Younger Set K .GA.LA .GHT WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7th SOLDIERS' HALL *FRANKSTON .: . " MORRIS PLAYERS - SUPPER" - NOVELTIES DANCING: 8 - 1 :ADMISSION: ..4/-: SINGLE, 7/6 DOUBLE FRANKSTON PRE-SCHOOL CENTRE f " NNUAL PARTY 8& FAIR 1.30 to 5.30 P.M. - SATURDAY, DEC. 10 FRANKSTON -PARK Father Christmas with a Gift ;:for/ :EACH ?CHILD" PO PONY RIDES, .GAME'S, RACES, FANCY DRESS' IFARADE.i AT 1.45. ICE CREAMS; SOFT DRINKS;,STALLS WIT-I ALL S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

SITUATIONS VACANT ... " · 0Y WANT ED T LEFT SCHOOL PREFERRED) :.;i: d opportunity for Smart LaJL R. HILL & Co . AN ROAD, CHELTENHAM , Phone:. CHELT. 227 ,.., ..-- m - w T . owner moto to cut lawns Seaford 265, man gardener, ework f e eAccommoda enres. Apply lard, Frank TRALASIA CIES FOR y CLERKS, TYPISTES of Age. RY SCALE INCREMENTS DAY AND HEMlES All Members taff Personally, to AGER, or, Street, NE, OF THE DISTRICT. SCIENTIFIC SRESEARCII TION R h Section, I 241 p.a. once plumb- c ociated with nstallation of t. Sheet t experlenco 2 : Should nticeship and nee of the iting, refor- a No. 2570, or1 Is inical Secre- h rch Section, b t. £ SCIENTIFIC RESEARlCI[ Section, Sp.a. carpentry ui as Good ex oodworkiceigi ing, refer- b o. 2571, or to deal Seere- B h Labora- in ighett. Fc M T Fe ti wI S, Oltenham. of il. a to TS IS, at a, Ti 8 CE ni ND Fr be alston, acted by th not been BaRe lated in 27, of 1_ Ry to i WANTED: "TO BUY x IrNE Trees, suitable for Xnmas trees, large and 'small. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

AUCTIC S GEO. G. AUSTI BAY STREET, FRANKSTON Tel. 1 and .A UC T'IO N FRIDAY, 2nd DiECEMBER, at 3 P.M. on the- Property : 15 .SPRING STREET, FRANKSTON S Villa Residence WITH VACANT POSSESSION . Conite Construction, Terra Cotta. Tiled. Roof, Plaster Sheet' Lininqs, H.W. Floors.. Hot- Water Service, Gas Stove, Sewered. S-. Two Bedrooms and Sleepout, Liv;ng Room, Dining'.Ingle. Kitchden,; Bathroom, Laundry, All under the one roof. Concrete Paths, Lawns and Gardens, Garage. A Splendid Allotment on :MADE ROAD:: 50ft, x 15Oft.' Opposite a Permanent Recreational Reserve. Centrally. Situated, and Handy to Golf 'Links.. This .Splendid Property is only, about'- Ten Years Old, and is in. Faultless Condition. FURTHER PARTICULARS AND ORDERS FOR INSPFCTION FROM' ' GEO. G. AU' STIN AUCTIONEER, VALUER AND ESTATE AGENT, BY STREET, FRANKSTON - , ' PhoPhones 1. and 780 - L 'IDAY,' 9th DECEMBER, 1949 'AT SCOTT'S HOTEL, 444''COLLINS STREET, . S'"WILD WINDS," F LINDERS Corner of King Street and Beach .Res...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

- -PAGE 6.-THE STANDARD, Thursday, December 1, 1949. : WATCH . FOR THE CREAM OF TARTAR SMAN ! _ . . . he'll be :in Frankston .betweeii December 12th and `16th, Scalling on various houses at random. He may call at your house, Be ready to meet him. .. : - . -He's Giving Away :Free Copies ofthe' "Children's Picture Cook::Book". S . .r to every' lady of the h:ouse who can show .him a packet of Creanm of Tartar Self-Raising Flour. The "'Childrein's Picture .. ok :Book" illustrates with delightful draiiings :every: step ana? ingiedients for making goodies like Peanut Brittle and=. Ginger Snaps, everyday dishes like Eggs and Bacon, Cup Cakes-and' all sorts of things. It wvill make the loveliest Christmas present for girls-and boys, too ! : BE. SURE TO HAVE A PACKET OF CREAM OF TARTAR SELF-RAISING:FLOUR IN~ THE HOUSE, _ to produce when the Cream of Tartar 'MaIn calls. f you haveln't one, get a packet from -:our grocei: right aivay: ?:Once S- -you use Self-Raising Flour ::contaiiing CREAM O....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

PAIvNTER ". AND DECO.tATOR. C- . M.. LATHAM / "Trebolme." George St., Frankston Best 'Grades Material Used Only. Estimates Given. Prompt, and Satisfaction Assured. ALTERATIONS-REPAIRS PAINTING OR DECORATING ... Bing, our Wants to - I.O- DHOUSE *-.*".Vera St^'(Be Frankdtonl.',"; ..HE. STANDARD, Thursday,. December 1, 1949.-PAGE 5. MCQUALTER SCHOOL # Dressmaking, Cufftting, Designing m* . . CLASSES EVERY TUESDAY ,: `Its Mechanics' Hall, -Frankston.s .. . : Hours: ,.p.m to p.m. S .. FULL.. PARTICULARS GIVENK .AT CLASS . need to buy new. ounge Suites or / Carp Our proved modere n cleaning process on the spot in your own home restores your furnishings like new. [LOUNE E CARPET CLEANING SSE RVICE f'/one //,9/ 9 286 DURKI RD, OAROINER FENCING SPECIALISTS 5' AND 6' PALINGS ERECTED, OR MATERIhL ONLY PALINGS - ANY QUANTITY AT COMN. PRICES TA Y LOR BROS. 1 48. EMBANKMENT GROVE, CHELSEA - Phone: Chelsea 317 MILL: Kinross-Avenue, Edithvale ? It's the choice of Discriminating 'Housewives . CRANLE...

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Grand Welcome To Frankston Sc[?] KEN CAMERON AND DICK ALLCH HONORED BY CITIZENS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

Grand We lcom To frank1stoiS KEN CAMERON AND DICK A ? : ? HONORED BY CITIZENS r o,- r Ie' than 300 Peninsula Sc n ,,? sfdn citizens packed into the ~I ,ot n d Repr cently, to join in a -?a n e Hall, h? Rover Scouts Kenum:o wn,,d elcomehou Il tultrnel frool the Norway Moot; )rI. .Al r OU ' " nent. rlta0 A big feature of the night was the appearance of four Kiwi Scouts (New Zealand), who tra veiled home from Norway with ,Ken and Dick, and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cameron and Mrs. Allchin while in Frankston; Dur ing the evening the Kiwi quair tette "brought the house down" with their "Haka Haka" war cry, performed in the centre of the dalice floor. .The hall had been attractively decorated in Frank ston Scout colors by the New Zea land boys. Among those present were Dis trict Scout Commissioner Ruddlick (Dromana), who is oilcer com manding all Peninsula Scouts; Scout Commissioner Hayter. Rov er Leader Hough, Guide Commis sioner McDonald, Col. Cordon Old ham (Asst. Chief Scout of...

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FRANKSTO[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

FRANW Yachts we5re I lap had been s day afternoon 0 out and left se flat calm.. The was busy tou1 beach. . No club ratce ing the next tr Victorian Chaml Squares will be ton. The.agg.l resumed on lit Moth ClIs. , Two ne/ water durig h with the comP? ers, theclu Boats and (he state of the. creek, have si1 tion of going where same a borage is obaer -annot be bla cision, as at lr sible to enter memberS have tccasions tll, before the ?: enough to 1

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YACH[?] TESTS AT FR[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

YACH TESTS AT Fe The State's entered for the V pionships, arrang Square Metre . held at Frankston 10th December. failed over three ward and refutn, Six yachts with times will'compe Regatta early in R. Lane, starter' ton Club, has a official starter f Native and In ites for the even could be caused Black Rock and yachts, Dauntlee sleeves. Franksto operating with\' and will lay the vide . .motorrt races.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

ENGAGMENTS. PATTERSON—CERCHI Marjory, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Patterson Oates St., Frankston Charles Kirkman, Cerchi, and   Cerchi. Lusher Rd., Croydon. DEATHS.   ~cHA h' - praaks(00 Cod Edward, lOOMli late Lisie fothe1 RoaCSidd Martel Verdol

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

BIRTHDAYS Dec. 2: Brian Kinder, Mornington. Dec. 3: Florence Wilson,   Mornington. Noelle Pethard,   East Brighton. Valerie Cash,   Middle Brighton. Paniela Walker, Caulfield. Dec. 4: Noelle Horton,   Langwarrin. Graeme Kirkham,   Aspendale.     Jill Rodsted, Cheltenham. Barbara Free, Mentone. Dec. 5: Lois Jellife, Mordialloc. Irene Hinchcliffe, Mentone.   Dec. 6: Neil Bradshaw, Parkdale.   Dec. 7: Ronnie Gardner, Frankston.

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The Standard ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

The Standard Table Talk ABOUT PEOPLE MISS JUNE OSTERLUND Miss June Osterlund is stay   ing at the Occidental Hotel, Mel bourne, while: "Miss Victoria" Quest is being held. Mr. and Mrs Bill Street and family sailed yesterday for Eng land, after spending 12 months in Frankston.   Mr. Cochrane, of Ritchie's Stores, Frankston, has returned from Albury, where he has been holidaying with his wife and   children.   Guests at the Grand HoteI Frankston, this week, include Mr. and Mrs. E. Anderson (Ballarat), and Mr. and Mrs. L. Croall (Mil-. dura).   Mrs. J E Grice, of "Aloha" Mornington Road, Frankston, a direct descendiant of the famous Hentys, was unable to make the trip to Portland last week, to take part in the celebration that proclaimed Portland a City. Miss Normae Collins, Oliver's   Hill, is being "whispered"' as a likely tripster to England in the New Year.

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Mr. Andrew Hughes At Frankston [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

Mr. Andrew Hughes At Frankston The Mechanics' Hall, Frankston, was well filled last Friday night, when Mr. Andrew Hughes, selected Labor candidate for   Flinders held his twentieth public meeting. In introducing the candidate, Cr. Allnutt spoke highly of the work Mr. Hughes had done in the Victorian State Parliament, in the social field   and in education.   Mr. Hughes opened the meet- ing with the.screening of two   excellent documentary films—one film dealt with Coal and the other with the World Food Sup- ply. Supported Labor in the House. When the films had been shown Mr. Hughes took the platform. He dealt briefly with his experi- ence as an Independent in the Victorian State House, 1943 to 1945. The Liberal Party, he said,   had never forgiven him for his support of Labor (then in oppo- sition). In a blue ribbon seat such as Caulfield, this support had contributed largely to his defeat in 1945. Mr. Hughes related t...

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[?]S MAIL BAG [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

S MAIL BAG nding in e Farm." ds, also be hav soon. I of swim to the arty this , I'll see to dance. - Love dy Ave., ing this nding in n "Down is right. oe from ery well. e other ks very rd. I re Dorothy d, Men ing you at De ok you -Yours bello st., ed your 00k you to hove sending * Down my Ruth, I cheerio y, Irene Men. Dear Ruth.--i hope, your are well. I am just gettihg :uwell again; you see, .I had the: 'flu, which affects the kidneys. I hope to be going back 'to.,school next ,onday..I enclose a photo .of my self. Ruth, would you please send the photo back?--I remain, yours Irma .Thomas, George: Street; Mordialloc. . (I'm so glad; you're better Ruth). Dear Ruth. -. I have not re ceived "The News" of the, date 17/11/49, as I have been looking out for it. I received- th6e. 'Special Honour Card today and not "The News" yet. -,I .rema?ain_ yours ilcerol, Angelina Albi echt' Cranbourne.. . Dear Ruth -Thank' you for thei Birthday Card. I was very thrill ed to receive it: I had" a- lovely...

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HONOUR CARDS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

HONOUR CARDS, ..:.Special.Honour Cards awarded to Pat Tathari, 'Pamela Walker, iBarry :Petrie , Berice Jewell. Honour -. Cards', awarded to: Irene Hinchcliffe? Lorraine Hill, Barrie Patterson; , David Brame, Dorothy ::'Nansori, Valda Genge, ,Christine Barlow, :?Denise Cat terick, ":Paniela :Watts, . Barbara Jordan, -.:?Irma ?,r-Thoidas, Noelle Heron: s.

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The Standard children's club [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

children s clulb Ithe two hours wel11spen th.le Di i Secial Hon our CDards"antdeHionour mrdsei please for plus youw name, age and address;5 These .cards:; are to reach plThursday, 15th. December. .All this, as -iami'sure -you know, is sthe dost marks this year;o 0thatta, lrizen may be awarded to received photos, from Lorrain Hill, -of Parkdale, and Irma isac . '. .RtU TH .f : '- *: :. :! * - - - -

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