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SPORTING NOTES AND ANECODETE ALL BRANCHES OF STORY AND COMMENT BATHING BELLES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 February 1922

SPOd1~TNG NOTES AND ANECDOT E IALL BRtANCIES OF SPORT Iy "'Ti?AT'?.f.'Wr'O?..WR" STORY AND COMMENT BATHING BELLES Those who happened to be in the vicinity of the Frankstoil pier on Monday morning, when the sea was white with foam, had the good fortune to witness a most-remarkable and spectacu lar water-spout. The phenomena lasted but a few minutes. It or iginated just below Oliver's Point, and spent itself afrer cov ering an area of some 600 yards. An - eye-witness reckoned it was travelling., at a speed of 30 miles an houir.' 9 :" : Water-spouts, marooned men, drifting launches, to say nothing of waves lashed into furyby the elements, was not sufficient to keep some of our bathing belles out ofthe briny during the bois terous week-end.. On the holi day,. several young damsels, and one giddy old gent of -about 25 stone were noticed trying to ride the breakers opposite The Fern ery. At any time, a man.of al dermanic proportions in.a tight bathing costume is.always worth a glance. "0,...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 February 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 S TRSTE FRANK STON W. J. Withington (20 years as General Iland with L. Foster & .Son, Melbourne) Informs the public of Fraukston and district that' he has commoenced business as...... SS ADDLER. First-clans Workmanship, Guaranteed at Melbourne Prices. Note the address-Next to Brown & Muir's, the blanksmiths Playne Street ..:;. Frankston - - -. . - , - , ,. -: FRANKSTON DAIRY Pure Milk, direct from the Owner's well 'known' Dairy iParm Customers 'may confidently rely oni the purity and High class Quality of the milk supply. Caws milked'under strict personal suporvision." Milk treated by littoat scientiflic aipliances, render ing contaminatio...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 February 1922

THANKS. SWAN-Mrs John Swan & Children wish to thank their many friends for kind expressions of ympath.', telegrams, etc., and beautiful floral tributes received in their recent bereavement. Seaford, 1922. MARRIAGE. JOLLY-M'ALISTER. - (Golden Wedding) -On the 2nd February 1872, at Culfieghtrin Parish Church, Co. Antrim, Ireland, by the iate Rev. T. R. Wrightson. MI.A., John, elder son of the late Alexander Miller and Christiana Jolly, "Town Parks," Ballycastle to Catherine, second daughter of the late Patrick and Ellen M'Alister, "The Warren" Bally castle. Present address : "Warren Hill," Frankston.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 February 1922

SFrankston Directory _Ot Established 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices - Terms Cash 1 has on hand a full stock of Groceries - Nothing Y BLA K but the Best Stocked A Trial Solicited BAY STREET **' FRANKSTON Special Quality Tea is 7d lb-Specially Recommended Choice Assortment of Confectionary, Cool Drinks &c. LR (LATE A.I.F.) Playne Street Frankston BROWN & J& MIR Coachbuilders, Horseshoers General Blacksmiths State Savings Bank of Victoria "THE FARMERS BANK" Credit Feccier Loans on Farnl Properties Two Thirds of Valuation up to £2000 at 7 per cent, Repayable over 253 years £4 5s half yearly for each £100 1"' Special Terms for Returned Soldiers Dependants, Red Cross and Transport Workers Three-fourths of Valuation up to £2000 at 61 per cent. Repayable over 28 years, £2 quarterly fur each £100 Application Foris at any State Savings Bank or by wri'iug t...

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MAROONED IN A GALE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 February 1922

MAROONED IN A GALE A very trying experience was undergone by Mr Bradshaw, of Bradshaw & Lawley, the well known Yarraville timber merch ants, at Frankston during last' week end. On Saturday after noon, he set sail from Williams town in the 25 feet sailing boat, "Jessie." and, after a stormy passage across Port Phillip Bay, arrived at Frankston about 7 p.m. A heavy sea was running at the time, and the little boat was tossed to and fro like a cork. Mr Bradshaw found it quite im possible to land, as the waves were breaking against the pier with great force. Messrs Norm an McLeod and Bert Tulip came to his assistance, and managed to throw a line to the occupant and by this means got food and hot tea into the boat. When Nep tune soothed his angry waves, Mr Bradshaw, who is 70 years of age, was taken from his perilous position, blue with the cold, and exhausted He was rescued at 10 o'clock on Monday morning, after having been marooned 44 hours !

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SEAFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 February 1922

SEAFORD. Mr. Martorana, who has been selected by the Progress Associa tion to contest the Seaford Riding seat at the council table, is one of the most popular men in Seaford, and is not only very widely known, but is highly esteemed for his readiness at all times to assit any local movement for the general advancement of the district. He has proved by his actions that he is for Seaford, and this is what we want. The district wants the assistance of every capable man to push ahead its every movement, and at the council table it wants modest, unassuming men similar to its present representatives, whose desire it is not to swank over those they represent, but to wisely and forcibly put the case of their constituents before the council. It is generally believed that Frank- Martorana is the man to conscientiously fill the place. Seaford is pleased to note that Frankston has an extra policeman on duty, and would be pleased of his services one of these Satur day nights to put down some .o ...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 February 1922

CARRUM DIRECTORY - Seacombe House Opposite Station Beach Frontage Phone 1 Carrum CAR RUM Phone 1 Carrum Under New Managemeint Mrs A. Samuels (late of Essendon), Proprietress. Vacancles for Boarders. Reasonable Winter and Summer Tariff. Meals at all Hours. Afteirnoon Tea. Cakes, etc. . ......... BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, Good Accommodation. A Home away from Home" Confectiouary, Soft Drinks, Soda Fountain, Tobacco Cigarettes, Cigars, -&c.. ....... Motor Accessories & Oils Benzine, &oaetoaked. Only the Beet Brands and Makes in Stock. General Grocer-Provision Store COODS FRESH AND CLEAN A. H. Hacking "You Can Pay More, but Cannot Get Better" Opposite Fire Station -' -- Point Nepean Road Carrum P " All Goods at City Prices '7 We Have Up-to-Date Cool Chambers "VIWIA 1MIA " Under New Management Wine Saloon P@@ N. DARr-ENTAS, PROPRIETOR Pt lepean Road -- Carrum Special Accommodation for Visitors. ......... Meals a Speciality ......... When You are Passing, Drop In .. B...

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 February 1922

ABOUT PEOPLE. The Hon. S. M. Bice, M.C.,' MI.P.. Treasurer of the Commoin wealth, has issued invitations to a smoke social at Dandenong Town Hall, on Friday evening, .oth February, to meet Mr. G. A. Max well, M.P.

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CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 February 1922

CARRUM. By Our Special Reporter. After several months' prepara tion, principally by the ladies, the bazaar to raise funds to place the local recreation ground in good order was held on Saturday and Monday last in the Mechanics' Hall. The attendances on both days and nights were very satis factory, and money came in very well, much to the delight of the promoters. The principal feature of the function was the great in terest taken in the competition for the most successful "Queen." The tiw~ d ]eie; ·competing for the honor wege Miss WVoodwood as "Roses" and `Miss Deakin as "Sport." Both sides have during the past fe''minonths been steadily raising cash 'b,' holding euchre tournaments, socials, concerts' and prize events, and when all is over and reckoned up a sum something like £2oo or more should be the result. Therefore, the committee have a lot to thank the ladies for; in fact, in almost anything that goes on here in which the ladies have a hand there is only one re sult-Success. ...

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EARLY ISLAND. HISTORY To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 February 1922

EARLY ISLAND. HISTORY To the Editor. Sir, - Being somewhat of an historian myself, may I crave space in your valuable journal in which to express my appreciation of your contributor's effort, under the. heading of "Some Ancient History of Phillip Island?" Your contributor evidently possesses in abundant measure at least one of the attributes he mentions as ne :essary in the make-up of an his :orian, namely, the imagination re Iuired to fill in the gaps. Evi lence of the other two attributes. he mentions not being very ap parent -in this article under re view, I can only conclude that his. super-abundance of imagination has led him, into one or two little errors -which I am sure he will be only too pleased to have me correct. In the first place care ful research reveals the fact that the festival he describes took the form of a dance, which was pro vided over by the time-honored official known as the 1M.C.. who beyond frequent requests to all and sundry to take their partners for the...

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OUR VENTNOR LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 February 1922

OUR VENTNOR LETTER. By Our Special Reporter. This match was played at Ventnor in a strong wind. ::The game did, not start until 3: 5, when Ventnor won the toss and: sent Cowes in to bat. There was some excitement iin the last over, as Cowes had .to get three men out to win. The first ball bowled Jones; Jeffrey was missed off the fourth ball and caught off the, sixth; tlih seventh just missed the wickets, but Harris managed to play the eighth and get the drawv Scores: COWES. F. Hatfield, b Edgar .. 1 F. Jenner, b W. Jenner . .. G. Jenner, b W. Jenner. vV. Findlay, b W. Jenner .... 16 E. Jenner, b W. Jenner .. .. 10 E. Clark, not out .. . .. 28 H. Jenner, b W. Jenner.. .. 54 G. Williams, b W. Jenner .. 0 C. Craft, c Jones, b \V. Jenner 6 I; McColl, not out .. ..... 3 8 wickets for .. .... .. 133 (Innings declared closed.) VENTNOR. B. Bruton, c Craft, b H. Jenner 6 V. Jenner, b H. Jenne .. . B. Edgar, b F. Jenner .. ... 7 C. Redmile. c Clark, b H. Jenner _ 0 T. Jones, b F. Jenner .. .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 February 1922

,.----'H-T H i OORNER STORE COWES, Phillip Island Is the most up-to-date store on Phillip Island. We have a fine assortment of Groceries, Drapery, Ironmongery, Fancy Goods, Boot, Shoes, Crockery, Glassware .............. ............Etc, etc. Campers! Useful Visitrs We can supply yoni We have a'large stock with bread, groceries, PRESENTS of sand` oes , tenns fresh meat, bacon, I shoeq.I it.;.ogae. kerosene. :: cordials, -- ----- tomes, bathing caps, tinware, eto, at the face'oreains and pow abortest notice. We Tobacco .. Cigarettee, irs, writing matori shortekst notice. We Pipes, Cigars, Oigarettq'are, w nmatri stook only the best and Cigar Cases. Scent', i als, magazines and brands of goods and Wallets, Powders,'Hand- books. :We also sell our prices are the kerchiefs .. Needlework porting enrtridge and hundreds of other sportin cartridges lowest possible. useful articles snitable for presents for young ...... and old ... Write or Phone Write or phone ?.~ Cowes 8 4gwee 8 G, WIL .LIA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 February 1922

I ,I '',-t---.'-?e'- n- - -- ...- ?..].?.?-? 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, en at 15s'each. criflce'at 2s 114d pcr ysnd Blouses in Print, Voile: and Silk Galatea at Is IId per yard from 3s l11id ' Unbleached Calico at Is 3d White aprons from is 9d Very good quality White Calico at Black aprons from 2s 6d Is. ld per yard Black. Cotton Stockings at is 6d Good Cream Flannel at "2s 9d per yd Bonds Artilloict Silk Stockings. in Natural Flannel at 2s'6d all Colors, from 3s lid to 12s IId Very special line of Sheeting--54" A large stock of children's dresses Herringbone Twill at 28 11d; 80 " from 3slGd each Herringbone Twill at 3s lid Very special line of Ladies Vests, Babies white. silk Peter Pan Hats at meorcerised (Bond's) at 4s ld . 2s-9d each Also line of Cotton Vests at Is 9d Largo Assortment of Summer Hats A few Fla-ndletto N...

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FRENCH ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 February 1922

T FRENCH ISLAND. The members of the Indeterm inate Sentences Board have re solved to visit Castlemaine and French Island for the purpose of inspecting the settlements and seeing personally what results the system is giving.

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GLENCOE FANCY DRESS PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 February 1922

GLENCOE FANCY DRESS PARTY. This wias held at - Mechanics' Institute, Ce~ves, on Friday, De cember 27th, and it proved one of the most enjoyable@of c\'en ings. 'Two-thirds of-the: party were. in fancy dress, and, as they were all hurriedly inv?ented schenies and ideas, much laugh ter; resulted.. The most daring costume was "Kewpie," reprc sented, by a large-sized man clothed in tightfitting woollens from head to foot, with a huge yellow .sash and bow. - He pre sented a fine "smacking" appear- - ance. "Parsons" were represent ed in two places, both well-done and both by ladies, and their very popularity should serve as a hint to the church re opening -the- ministry to the sexes. A very tired swagman came in late and earned popularity. He should learn, however, that a genuine swaggy does not make himself prominent by sleeping in the middle of the floor. A "Powder Puff" must have been bought at the summer bargain sales, for although its appear ance was first class 'at the start, it wore...

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A TRIP ROUND THE ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 February 1922

A TRIP ROUND THE ISLAND. The introduction of the larger motor boats ithll more up-to-date: passenger accommodation made this trip one of the most interest ing.scenic and.enjoyable of all the' numerous outings arranged for visitors to Cowes. It was Satur day morning, and the -pier was crowded with visitors, most of whom had cone to- witness the departure of' the steamer, one !of the events of the day (her return from Stony -Point being 'the other).. Some .had come to sce friends'off,, 'ithei~ just because it was 'the cistoni after, breakfast to stroll dolwn' to the -pier;.-: Cheery Capt. Jimmy Clark had sounded his departing whistle and 'called, "All aboard, please," the gangway being hauled: aboard -and 'the "Genesta'J was moving off from the pier, when " Skipper Arnie Brown, of the "Pichremier," gave order to case off. the; mooring ropes, the motor gradually draw ing us out from the pier at ao.15, and:ai course }was shaped for the Knobbies: and Seal Rocks; our passengers; numbering...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 February 1922

PERSONAL. Constable Revell, who was transferred from Hastings to Romsey, is now at the depot in charge of the saddlery depart- ment. The Shire President (Cr. W. Longmuir) and Mrs. Longmuir, were present at the Caledonian sports at Frankston last Monday. They were among the many who took a risk with the weather and were rewarded with a fine after- noon's entertainment.

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FRANKSTON CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. A.N.A. DAY GALA. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 February 1922

FRANKSTON `CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. , A.N.AI DAY' GALA. : At eleveiin o'lock on Monday morning it looked as though the elements inteiided to make an end of the Frankston Caledonian Sdciety-on which the rain has ever delighted to fall` and the wind to blow. Cr. William Long muir (the Shie- Piresident), who had undertaken to give the mem bers of, the Ladies'- Pipe Band a civic welcome, made .ready for tile drive to Frankston, and-then, noting * the downpour -and the heavy clouds, . decided .that to -make the trip would. be sheer waste of time. Hunidreds of others in Melbourne; hundreds more in the country, came tbthe same conclusion, and, when un expectedly the sun shohe through and a thoroughly disagreeable morning was followed by a de lightful- afternoon, they found what amusement -they.. bould close to their own doors. The train, which b'rought the members of the Ladies' Pipe Band, arrived a little before one, and, like those which preceded it, contiined only a fraction of the pleasure-...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 February 1922

ericket The match between Frankston and Bentleifgh stands at present as under: FRANKSTON. W. E. Watkins, not out ...... 87 IB. Baxter, b Simmonds .... .. 17 A. D. Box, b Simmonds ... .. S G. Patlerson, c and b G. Roberts .. 17 D. Kennedy, c Simmonds, b Harris 29 R. Baxter, b Simmonds .. . . . .11 A. L. Earl, c Harris, b C. Roberts 8 R. F. Burton, c G. Roberts, b Sim monds ........ .. ... .. 6 T. Deane, c Earl-(sub.), b:Roberts 2 W. M. Hanton, not out .. .... Sundries ... Total, 8 wickets for . .. .; 200 Frankston defeated. Trescowthick's by 17 runs. In his score'f 31, B. Bax ter hit ~three. G's off Kelly's bowling. Scores: FRANKSTON. W. E. Watkins, c, b Kelly .. .. .32 A. D. Box, c, b Kelly ..... . 31 G. Patterson, c, b Kelly .;... . 1 R. Baxter, slpd, b Kelly. ...... 8 B. Baxter, not out ..... .. .. 31 B. F. Burton, b Wraith .. .. " 6 W. XlcComb, lbw, b Grout .... .. 12 Rev. Hugll Jones, c and b Grout .; 0 N; Baxter, b Barrett .. .. " 3 A. Hague, c and b Barrett 0 T. Deane, b Grout...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922

CARRUM DIRECTORY Seacombe House Oppoulto Station A RRU M Beach Frontage Phone I C.rrum CARR- 4 Phone 1 Carrum Urtnder N'e ar Management - Mrs A. Samuels (late of Essendonl, Proprietress. Vacancies for Beardlers. Reasonable Winter and Summer Tariff. Meals at all Hours. Afternoon Tea, Cakes, etc. BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, Gocit Accemmordatlion. A Home away from Home Confa, tio:,sr y, Soft Drink:, Soda Fountain, Tobacco Cigarettes, Cigars, c. .. . Motor Accessories & Oils Benzine, &C stocked. Onlv the Best Brands and Makes in Stock. General Grocer-Provision Store COODS FRESH AND CLEAN A. H Hacking "You Can Pay srle, but Cannot Get Better" Opposite Fire Station -"'?e Point Nepean Road Carrum iW All Goods at City Prices ~1 We Have Up-to-Date Cool ChamLe.O "MIAi MIA 1 Under New Management SWine Saloon ý@ N. DARGENITAS, PROPRIETOR Pt Nepean Road -- Carrium Special Accommodation for Visitors. ......... Meals a Speciality ......... When You are Passing, Drop In .. BEST BUBIGOYN...

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