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SECOND A.I.F. RECRUITING NEXT WEEK AT FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
SECOND A.I.F. -0 ECRUITING NEXT WEEK AT FRANKSTON teruits are sought for the 6th ision, 2nd A.I.P., from volunteers bin the age group 20 to 35 years, who are not employed in reserved ulations. All volunteers will be ised as privates, and may qualify promotion in units of the 6th Divi n. All personnel enlisting are Dro ed, free of charage, with uniforms, essaries, quarters and rations. lales of pay and allowances for rrred men may be had on applica lolu0ters for enlistment in the Gtil vision, 2nd A.I.F., must undertake serve for the duration of the war 12 months thereafter, or until ner lawfully discharged, and must lunteer to serve overseas if so re 1red. The 4Gth area recruiting office has ode arcangenlents for Captain R. fders and Staff Sergeant M1. Cairns te in attendance at the. Memorial 1d, Tlihosas street, Fraulnston, for ree days from November 20 to 22, '0 9.30 a.nm. to 7.30 p.m. for the pur De- of handling inquiries, arranging letic:l extaoissnation, etc., of any ap lcrant r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
1oOL CE CLEAN- Cabinet Making. French Polising Road, FRANKST Upholstering. " MASTER CRAFTSMEN blished authorised Ge 1. (L F. WILSON & BROS.) e i vrea enr Chevrole C A M P A IGNadB: corner o Young andi each stretta S0 (o ppostP railwnay Rgate es) wie bs i page . ot t wl Excellent recommendations from ce 0. J OLSEN. e rt Prominent Residents. K. BRETT AUTOMOBILE ENGINEER PLAYNE STREET FRANKSTON. Phone 77. STANDARD CARS SALES AND SERVICE. ~-~-~snl-~-· he einsula's largest selec on of .?en's and Boys' Wear. AT HLETIC.. FUNDWWEARi. ?,,? oMen. who prefer good fitting, com fortablo underwear f \ will be readily satisfied here. We havo Cotton Vests and Pants, also Silk or Art. Silk from which to choosp. Call now. Prices here are always low. 587 Bay St., FRANKSTON. 'Phone 352. Nw iIs the time to replenish your of amer Wardrobe. Large Selections oI all Sports Garments: on view. DANCING display, Miss Vesper's pupils. New wonder show, Mech anics' Hall, Frankston, Tuesday, November 28.. T...
MECHANICS' HALL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
MECHANICS' HALL Dancers attended the. Mechn?lics' -Mall dance in force as usual on Sat urday and spent a very pleasant even ing. Competition winners were: Modern waltz, Mr Atherton and Miss W'ilson, Mr U. Marshall and Miss J. Marshall, Mr N. Sutton and Miss J. Stafford, Mr R. Clay and Miss Gwen Gray; Monte Carlo, Mr Bramford' and Miss Irene Lloyd; lucky partner, Mr R. Thompson and Miss J. Roper. To morrow (Saturday) a gala night will be held, and on the following' Satur day funds of the dance will be de voted to the -Red Cross.
DEPLORABLE STREET SCENES FRANKSTON POLICE ACTIVE IN CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
DEPLORABLE STREET SCENES FRANKSTON POLICE ACTIVE IN CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN Comments made by the police this week further justifies the Stand ard's agitation for better control of week end crowds. in Frankston. - Senir-Constable Thorburn strongly criticised the management of . a local dance hall. The beha vior of a section of the crowd at tending this hall was worse than anything he had seen anywhere, not excluding Melbourne's slum areas. "The Frankston police are making a determined effort to clean up Frank ston," stated Snr,-Constable Thor burn. There were nine arrests over the week-end for drunkenness, disorderly conduct, petty larceny from hotels, obscene language and other offences. The police agreed that Frankston'sI reputation was being considerably endangered by this wholly undesir able element. There is no doubt that the local police do their duty .and much more. It is only reasonable, however, that when the population of the towni doubles itself in the summer season with the inf...
LIFE SAVING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
LIFE SAVING CLUB Representatives of the Frankston Life Saving Club waited on the local foreshore committee on Monday night to discuss the club's building on the foreshore. The committee stated that if the club could produce the sum of £100 toWards the cost of a new building next year it would then sub stantially subsidise the club's efforts.
CRICKET FRANKSTON-GLENHUNTLY ASSOCIATION UMPIRES FOR FOURTH ROUND [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
FRAN KSTON.GLENHUNTLY A1SOCIATI?N UMPIRES FOR FOURTH ROUND ..A Grade: . Mordialloc V Parkdale (Jones and Nye); 'Moorabbin v Men Lone (Turner and Martin); Ormond P'aric v Oheltenlam (J3atclelor and T'empleton);. McKinnon, bye. 13 Grade: Parkdale v Mordialloc (Mllci~ay and Watson); Mentone: v auoorauoin (F. Kerr and Morton); St. a3uatLew's v Ormond Park (Langdleld and'Longthorpe) ; Frankston. v Mc Kinnon (kirockwell and J. Fox); Cheltenham v Chelsea A.N.A. (Roo ertson and G. R. Kerr). ( GUrade:. Parkdale v Mordialloc (Roulent and. Thorogood); Chelten nam v at Matthew>s (Williams and -iawiuns); Heatherton v Mentone ~McQueen and Andrew); Franlkston v alcKinnon, at McKinnon (Lyon and lheodore); Mentone C.Y:.M.S. v Or lnond Park (Jupp and Howell); Beau maris v Ormond Methodists. (Bell and Uusworth). Emseorgencies: .-,Anderson,- Taylor, Walsh,, Message.
PREMIERSHIP POINTS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
PREMIERSHIP' POINTS A Grade: Cheltenham 12, Mentone 11,. Ormond Park 11, Mordialloc 7, Parkdale 7, McKinnon 5, Moorabbin 4. 1 Grade: Frankston 11, McKinnon .11, Mordialloc 9, Moorabbin 7T, Or mond Partl 7, Mentone. 6, Chelsea A.N.A. 6, Cheltenham 5, Parkdale 5, St. Matthew's 4. C. Grade: Frankston 14, Mentone C.Y.M.S. 13, Beaumaris 13, Ormond Miethodists 12, Mordialloc 10, Heather ton 8, McKinnon 7, Ormond Park 7, Parkdale 6, Mentone 4, St. Matthew's 4, Cheltenham 1.
FRANKSTON v PARKDALE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
FRANKSTON v PARKDALE -Frankston, fist..innings.--F. Nichol son 8, T. Evans 8, J. Smale 12, F. Hill 6, R. Staff '1, M. Morgan 25, M. Lloyd 16, J. Gaylor 10, A. Osmond not out 5, P. Ansell 1 ,H. Austin 0, sundries 13--Total,` 111. Bowling: L. Wilson 3/37, Hunter. 0/2, Taylor "3/34, Johan sen 2/22, Mulvogue 0/4. Frankston; second innings:-Lloyd 1; Staff 0, Smale 0, Hill 4, Nicholson 0, Morgan 12, Evans 0, Ans'ell, 0, Os mond 2, Austen not out .2, Gaylor ab. sent 0, sundries 5.-Total, 26. Bowl ing: A: LWilson 1/1,. Taylor 3/11, L. .Wilson 2/9. .. ... Parkdale, first innings.-Pateman 6, Carso 0, ,L.. Wilson 0, A.. Wilson 6; Clarke 0, Johansen 9, . . Mulvogue 0, Taylor 4, Follett not out 7, Hunter 0, O'Loughlan. 5, sundries 9.-Total,: 46.: Bowling:..Morgan 2/10, .-Staff. 3/14,, Lloyd 4/10, Hill 0/3. '.'Parkdale,'. second' innings.- A. Wil-' son 14, Carson 1; Taylor .9, L. Wilson 32, Johansen 2, Pateman 1, O'Lough lan 2, Clarke 7, Follett not out 0, sun dries 5.-Eight for 73.
Australia's Part in the War [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
-Australia's I Part in the War o0o0 -Never. before.;n. Australia has a more' representative asseniblage met than that in-Sydney recently which-heard the'Minister for Informa tion, Sir IHenry, Gullett, discuss Australia's part in' the war...- It was-the first,.of?a..series in.eachof .the States to discuss the formation 'of com ..mittees and councils.that will.function under'the-auspices of the-Depart ment of Information. The Sydney audience, unanimously approved.of ' the.Government's decision to take allsteps to co-ordinate the activities of the, community behind the war effort.-' Representatives present enthu siasticallyreceived the ,proposal that'each'section'should.set- up a' com .mittee: from which, a -delegate would'-be -elected to a' central, councilto operate as an advisory :.body, to the -Minister'ine.ach'State. -.Sir;Henry Gullett's :talk, which was largely' informal,;impressed, the irgathering with.the ,seriousness of the war' situation and-emphasised:the . -.,needi for all...
Church Notes METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
- 0 - --~~·-- - b ' METHODIST Special attention is drawn to the quarterly young people's rally which will be held in the Methodist Sunday School Hall, Franlkston, on Tuesday night next at 8 o'clock. The Rev. ~Rtlter Betts, of the Fitzroy Method ist Mission, will be the special speaker, and Mr Dyer, who is a song leader of long experience with-young people's gatherings, will take charge of the singing. The meeting is open to all young people and not so young people, and a time of great spiritual uplift is anticipated.
Let's Write a Letter TO MR. S. G. McFARLANE, Secretary to the Treasury, Canberra, A.C.T. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
Let's Write a Letter UTO 'MR. S. G: McFARLANE, Secretary -to-'the Treasury, Canberra;' A.C.T. ',Dear] Mac,-You ihave, our deepest.:sympathy t in the .impossible task which has been thrust upon you. .-.That,is,,to: finance a,1939,,war with: a financial--system: ithat .was ,not" even.1 satisfactory,; at . the , time of ; the. Battle/of'Waterloo, and, has not: beenwthe means'of paying for Waelling ton'sivictory. We are:not, particularlynstrong cn',history;-but "solfarras we; remember .itc,was, an English; Charles who first started-the; racket, . and ;he-got ihis head .cut; off,. and,-. looking.back !now,-weican say, quite :.i heartily.that. it served: him right. .. As an,Australlan,'.witha wee dropof.Caledonian. iblood .in,. your v,.eins, we appeal to you to do. somethingaboutthe.matter. To. put it plainly, as, we still owe £500,000,00-for the last ?rar-using the pre. ...historic system-how in the blazes do-you-.think weare goingtofinance this war still using camouflage and,mmumbo-jumb...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
PROFESSIONAL D= .... .Box 25 Frankstonfl Phone 29 Frankston. W. J. McLEAN SWORN VALUER. REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS AGENT. 588 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON House, Land and Insurance Agent. Furnished and oUnfurnished Rents Collected Auctions Arranged Houses To Let L. R. N. UTBER SOLICITOR - FRANKSTON Attends daily at office, Young street, opp. Railway Station) and. every evening at private residence. lornington Road (near "Fernery,") Melbourne Office: H. W. HUNT & UTBER 28.! Collins Street, Melbpurne Telephone: Central 2452. Trust Moneys to Lend on Mortgage. ROSTRON, ROY & PITT BARRISTERS. AND SOLICITORS Commissioner for Taking Affidavits. S ATTENDANCES: D tOMANA: First Saturday in month 12 to 3 p.m. SOMERVILLE and HASTINGS: Sec ond Saturday in month. 11 to 1 p.m. FRANKSTON OFFICE: Every Satur day 3.15 to 8.30 p.m. Trust Money to Lend. Melbourne Office: 440 Little Collins Street. Telephones: Central No. 9374. Pri vate Residence: Windsor No. 1938. E. W. OLLEY SOLICITOR, ETC. 440...
Your Safety Valve [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
our iSafety Valve oOo------- '(A dolumnfor you. ,Let's have your views.In brief on any topic. Sexcepting religion. .Every letter mustbear the writer's-name and .,ddraes, not necessarlly for,, publication. HeadL correspondence, * »*«.«**» Viluil't OSCOUT- 'AUXILIARY "'(To the''Editor) Sir,-..Iflv iew af.,.recent.,unfounded i rumorsiconcerning nthe finafcial '.peoi-: tion'of1,the'1St Frakston- ScoutsaVwe, the7Aiundersigfled,- wish: -to say.-on be-, ,half"-of. 'the :troopriandathe. auixliary thati we are in aisound flnancial riiosi tionr'nnd in no'rneed ofr financial as 'sistance'of: any' kind. .We'-wish -to .poilntr!outr we .are stronger. lfnancially thanfl,.a nyhlperlod' of the s,1t jFraflk stohrScott? 'history. We definitely state that'the scouts or. auiiliary :are::In: no way -connected withLap proposed function, to .be= held at.ithe :Wattle IPalais, ~and :if.this' func 4ion is: leld; it?willFbe without out sanctions and', support, and ! strongly against the, interest .of our .scou...
METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
METHODIST Methodist Christian Endeavor anni versary to be held next Tuesday, readers will no doubt be interested to learn some particulars regarding the visiting speaker, Rev. Walter Betts, of the Fitzioy Methodist Mis sion. Converted In 1910, he entered the Methodist ministry in 1917; enlisted, and returned to Australia after two years at the war. He was ordained at Wesley Church, Melbourne, in 1921; has been stationed at Carlton, Unadjuha, Eaglehawk, and for the uast ten years has been superintend ent of the Brunswick street Methodist Mission, Fitzroy. Few men have been used of God as Rev. Betts. Hundreds have been reclaimed thi-ough the "drives" he commenced at Fitzroy Mission. Mr Betts' colleague, Mr C. II. Dyer, is well known as a promin ent song leader-soloist at C.E. conven tions and similar demonstrations throughout the State.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
Marshall's Drapery Store Bay Street, Frankston Special New Range of SUMMER DRESS MATERIALS C.OTTAGE WEAVES Cretonnes, Curtain Nets,Table Baize. All at Old Prices. Smart Range of Ladies' Summer Frocks and Hats at Special Low Prices. Gent's Smart Sports Wear, all the latest colors. ?I¶ The FINEST ANIMALS OF THE HERD -- ire killed to supply the meat we sell. Whether it Js Beef or Veal you prefer, you cannot better our well dressed, carefully cut Joints. Eat our meat to-day. ROBINSON & MARKS BAY ST., FRANKSTON. 'PHONE 214. . CHRISTMAS Is just round the corner. Have you ordered your XMAS CAKES from Bay Cottage QUALITY H6ME MADE CAKE SHOP (MISS JEWELL, Proprietress) Cr. Playne St. Te. 452. FRANKSTON. FRANKSTON'S NEW BUTCHERY H. R. WOODWARD & SON° 553 BAY STREET. Phone 225. Purveyors of Choicest Meats at Lowest Possible Prices. QUALITY CLEANLINESS CIVILIT7 Also at Pt. Nepean Road, Chelsea, and Edithvale and Station Street, Carrum HECTOR GAMBLE 1 URNISHIlNG UNDERTAKER PLAYNE...
PRESBYTERIAN [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 17 November 1939
PRESBYTERIAN The anniversary of the Sunday school was brought to a successful close on Tuesday evening by a con cert and ,exhibition of lantern pic tures. Prizes and certificates were handed to a large number of scholars. A short but attractive programme was contributed by the scholars. On Sunday the temperance cause will make its appeal to the congrega tion through Mr J. Maxwell, who is also speaking at the Wesley Church in the afternoon, and Rev. R. Am brose Roberts, the general secretary of the Local Option Alliance. Certain local matters will 'be referred to, and visitors are cordially invited to at tend the services. .In the afternoon the Rev. F. But chers will preach at Somerville. Interest is now growing in the fair on November 30. All sections will unite to achieve success.