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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922
F_ Frankston Directory L 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, FRANKSTO(NT W. J. Withington (20 yetrls as G"eneral litlud with L. Foeter & Son, 11olbourne) Informse tho public of Fui'Ikston and district that le tlis commence d bulsinleSs s ...... ,. SADDLER ., First-clsns Workmcnship, Guaranteed at Melbourne Prices. Note the address-Next to Brown & Muir's, the blacksLinitlhs Playne Street .,:,. Frankston FRANKSTON DAIRY Pure Milk, direct from the Owner's well known Dairy Farm Customers may confidently rely on the purity and High-class Quality of the milk supply. CAws milltod ander strict personal Eupdrvision. -Milk troeted by latoest scintillu appliances, render ing contamination impossible. Age...
The Standard. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1922 Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922
* rth 1Stalnbarb. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1922 Local and Generr News. Dr. C. Maxwell, who has been ill for over a fortnight, and com pelled to keep to his bed,- was able to resume practice this week. Mr George Barnett notifies by advertisement that he has com menced business as general car rier in Frankston and all parcels or goods received by him will be promptly delivered, or orders by post or phone attended to at once On Sunday last, at Frankston, a collision occurred at the inter section of Bay Street and Morn ington Road, between motor cars going in different directions. Fortunately rio one was injured, and although the cars suffered somewhat they were not put out of action. The scene of the mis hap is acknowledged to be a most dangerous spot, and many hair breadth escapes from serious catastrophes are already on re cord. The Shire Cour.cil at its last meeting had its attention drawn to the position by Cr Wells, and it is understood that Major Lazarus, the shire engineer, is now a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922
_ Frankston Directory Established 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F. ) Progressive Ironmonger; Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and. Crocker Cash Prices Terms Cast EXHA NGE For Peninsula Property 260 Acres, mile large town 85 miles sheepproof, subdivided, several dam north of 'lklbourne, 170 acres cleared useful bulldtugs, good house. Ba for grazin' and, cultivation, about 50 gain at.04 per acre, or exchange, :seres Flats, 00 acres Firewood, sale- above. Further particulars from able at mine 15 miles away, Fences .hone Frankston 45, or f A. E. ROGAN & CO 317 Collins Street, Melbourne PLUMBER and all HOUSE REPAIR H. B. LEGGE, Yuille Street, Frankston (24 Year's City Experience) Water Services Connected-Gas Seworage-Electric Bells Installed MADE FROM THE PUREST OF SPRING WATERS ]$0_T SOtTT -flINKS for Private Houses ADDICOTT'S are prepared to deliver to all Private Houses the following drinks in any quantity-Kola Champagne, Lime Juice and Soda, Oran...
MORNINGTON v LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922
MORNINGTON -rsLANGWVARRIN Mornington defeated Langwarrin by 59 rlns. Scores: M?ORNINGTON. A. Woolhouse, b Simcock 2 E. Johansen, b Simcock 7. .. 7 M. Munro, b Simcock .. . .. 0 W. Rankine. retired .. .. 9'. ... 19 N. Freeman. b Williams .. .... 0 A. Mentiulay. run out ., .. .. 19 .W,\Cavell, run-out ..... .... 17 G. Cook, c and b Simcock .. ..11 R. Grover, c Williams. b Peters' 0 T. Tyler, absent .. ..0.. . E. Byles, absent ........ .. 0 Sundries ...... ....... 11 Total .... .. .... .. ..86 Bowling.-J. Williams. one wicket for 22 runs: H. Simcock, four for 21; Ridout, none foor 13; Parker, none for 11; G. Young, none for'11; M. Peters, one for 1. LANGWARRIN. Parker; b Johansen .. .. . .. 7 Ridout, b Johansen 0.... .. .e 0 G: Young, c Mentiplay, b Free-. man ....0... .; . .. - Wilson,, c and b Freeman .. .. 3 H. Simeock. b Freeman ... .. .. 3 J. Williams. b Johansen .... 2 Al. Peters, lbw, b Freeman .· O Adderly, b Johansen .. .. .. 0 W. Cain, c Mentiplay, b Freeman --4 G. Grant, b F...
THE WEEK'S EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922
THE WEEK'S EPITOME. At the last meeting of the Frankston & Hastings council, Cr F. H. Wells read the report of the finance committee, which queried an amount of £175 16s for extras on King's Bridge at Hastings, and it was, decided to hold over same. The following accounts were p~ssed:-Country Roads Board, £2862 Os 10d; Gen eral, £884 15s :-Electric Light, £113 Os 3d; Quarry, £318110s Id. The destroyer Swordsman'is at present engaged in taking soun dings,etc, in Port Phillip Bay, and has made Frankston her port of anchorage during her stay in these waters, which will ektend over six weeks.
CARRUM DOWNS v SEAFORD [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922
CARRUM DOWNS v SEAFORD Carrum Downs beat Seaford by 8 runss at Carrum Downs." Scores: CARRUM" DOWNS. A.- Latham, b Savelle ...... 11 Fairbairn, b Anderson ...... 5 J. Hammond, i Anderson .. .. 3 A. Coleman, b Andersbn .... 10 P. Edwards, b Savelle .... H: Bawden (capt.), not out ... S J. Holmes, run out .. .. .. 0 raliam, .b McGiniskin .... L.. Meade, c McCulloch,- b Ander son ..........0.. .. I0 W. Wilson. c Johnson. b An derson.... ..... . .. '0 A. :Icade, b McGiniskin .. .. 3. Sundries .. ....- ..... 2 Total . .......... 40 SEAFORD. R. McGiniskin, b Fairbairn .... 0 r. Savelle, b lawden .. .. . 2 MIoffitt, senr., b Bdawden .. .. 1 Johnson (cant.), b Coleman 6 H. Daly, b Bawden" .... ..-.. 7 Anderson.-c Hammond, b Bawden 2 H. McCulloch, b L. Meade .... 2 J. Johnson, b L. Meade ...... 0 G. Johnson. b Coleinan .. 1 Robertsoh-icand b Bawden .. .. 8 J. Stewart. not out ...... 4 TSundries ... . .. Total :. . 38
Engineers Luncheon [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922
]Bnginesrs Lnlo8eo00 -%The Engineers' Conference of Australian Delegates brought proceedings to a close on Satur day last, when they conducted a motor picnic to Frankston. The guests numbered 75 and came from all parts of Australia. The delegates were the guests of the Australian Institute of Engineers at luncheon at the Pier Tea ,House, where a sumptuous re past was served by Mr and Mrs H. Vicars. Professor Chapman, of Adelaide, presided, and, after the loyal toasts had been honored, Mr Jobbins proposed the health of the visitors, and, in response, Mr W. Hutchinson (Chief Engi neer of Railway Construction in New South Wales) referred in glowing terms to the Point Ne pean Road between Melbourne and Frankston. which was a real treat to the Sydney visitors, as the roads were so bad in New South Wales.
LANGWARIN v SOMERVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922
LANGWARRIN v SOMERVILLE The Somerville II's. defeated Lang warrin :I's. by 92 runs. Scores:- LANGWARRIN. H. Baker, b Walters .. .s 0 F'. Capon, run out ..0 D. Bedcock, c Boss, b Foster . 3 F. Carter b Thoell . , E. Upton, b Walters ..; 0' L. Parker, c Kerr, b Telford 0' . 9 Thee. Grant,- b Telford S . 8 C.. Capon, c Clarke, bh Grant ...1 H. Male, c and b Walters.. 0. Whittingham, run out 1? .." MIale; not out .;... '...4 ? Sundries :. . .. . 2 Total 36 Bowling.-W. Foster, 1 wicket for 8 runs; R. Walters, three for:4; A. Telford, two for 14; W. T.ornell, one for 8;C. Grant, one for 0. -: SOMERVILLE. C. Grant, b Whittingham . .. 10 R. ` Walters, ,o?-Whittinghanm b. :Baker . . . 3 A. Kerr, b Baker .. ...... .. 56 T. Ross, c and b Baker .... . 13 H. Westaway, retired . ... .. 21 A. Telford, c Whittingham, b ? Baker.. .. . .. .. 7 S. Clarke, b -Capon.. .. ..' 3 W. Thornell, b Baker .... 1 W. Foster; b Baker ..... 0 Harold Westaway, not out.. .. 2 S. Gregory, b Whittingham .. 2 Sundries h...
SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922
SHIRE COUNCIL. The monthly meeting of the Council of the shire of Frankston and o~.pstings was held on Thurs day; dhd February. Present : Crs. '\r Longmuir (president) /lcLean, Murray, Unthank, joneS, Alden, Oates, Mason, Wells, Howvell, Latham; Gray, May, c:d\¾a: S. S. Gault, sec. Somervville Show, asking that show 'day be proclaimed a public holiday. Action taken. Senior-Constable Bray accept ing position as prosecuting officer for the shire.-Confirmed. C. E. Benniston, asking for erection of sand breaks in front of his place, Gould-street, Frank ston.-Councillors to inspect. T. S-rDunn and Son, applying for position as ;analyst to shire at 15/-, being saving of 5/- on Board of Health charge.-Agreed to. Dr. Bichart, Somerville, stating he could not accept position of hIealth Officer to shire at £15 per annum. The salary accord= ing to scale of British Medical Association was £5o, with 5/ mileage for special work.-The Council decided to hold over the appointment. \\V. S. Cook and M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922
FRANKSTON DIRECTORY THE BAY VIEW HOTEL F1iANIKSTOiN. E. J. PARKER, Licensee BEST OF WINIES, SPIRITS AND ALES. Alcocl: s Standard Billiard T-ble. Over the 20 Mile Radius Motor Cars for Hire Day and Night. Frankstoln Motor Garage Day ard Night Service Cars for Hire NEW SIX CYLINDER BUICK 0. J. OLSEN, Proprietor Petrol, Tyres, Oils and _cc.ssoties District Agent for 1921 Buick Model Q. J. Oisei's Motor Service Phone 17 Fraukston. Private Address-" Albury," Young St, Franksion Electrical Engineering J. J. GERATY B Ess to inform the Public that he is carrying out Electrical lustallations in Franketon and dis trict. ..... Estimates Given Free. .... Address Sanviile House, Playne Street, Frankston KEIAST BROS. Wholesale and Retail Produce & Grain Merchants FRANKSTON. THE FARMERS' FRIEND We carry Largc Stocks of Chaff & Grain of all kind We invite a share of public patronage. -AI Goods Sold at Lowest Possible Prices. WOOD AND GOAL YARD PLAYNE STREET, 5.."SBNK FRANKSTON HARRI...
"A Wall of Flame" Huge Fire at Frankston [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922
!" A Wall of Flame Buge Fire at Frankston By Our Special Reporter. That an incendiarist is in our midst is the contention of many local residents. Recent conflag rations seem to point that way. Fires at Seaford and .?rankston have destroyed much valuable ti-tree, but their origin seems to be clothed in mystery. But, just as from the tiny acorn grew the mighty oak, so do devastating fires in most cases have their ne farious birth in the flame of the little match. And the origin of recent fires seem to be the work of one who has lost his mental balance. Evidence of this was obtained on Sunday last. , While out walking, a young couple ob served a man light a-fire among decayed bracken fern close to The Fernery. They put the fire out. The man, it is stated, wore a black suit, and was respectable in appearance. He carried what appeared to be a well-bound book under his arm, and this was be lieved to have been a Bible. As the young couple thought the man was bent on evil, they followed hi...
ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922
ABOUT PEOPLE. Mr Justice Higgins is spending much of his leisure by the sea side at Dromana. Sir Henry Barraclough, of Syd ney, Professor C hapman, of Ade laide, and General Sir John Mon ash were amongst the distingui shed visitors who lunched at the Pier Tea House on Saturday. Lieut Ray Parer, of Frankston, whose aeroplane crashed at Boul der, Western Australia, is mak ing a satisfactory recovery. He proposes to continue his flight around Australia.
THE DADS HAVE A WIN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922
THE DADS HAVE A WIN, Tile scores-of tihe match at Carrumn on Saturday are: "DADS AND DIGGERS." Biggs (scnr.), c Allan,, b Boyd .. 45 A. J. Biggs, b Allan .. . .. .. 4 Trcgcnt, c Hlopkinson, b Forsyth 1 F. Davis, b Hopkinson ;.... .. 16 S. Crook, b Green .... .... 0 Taylor, b Laging .. .. Mathewson, c Forsyth, b Laging 0 H. Rigby, lbw, b Stride .. ... 5 V. Mosseton, st. Allen, b For syth .. . . 10 Davis (sear.), not dht . . . 3 L. Peters, c and b Boyd ...... 2 Extras ..... . .. .. . Total ........ . .. .. 9. 9 fBowling:-Wright 0 for 8, Allan 1 for 0, Forsyth 2 for 26, Boyd 2 for SGr:een 1 for 16. Hopkinson 1. for 12, Laging 2 for 3, Stride 1 for D. REST OF CLUB. L. GreA.Gr, b J. Biggs ... 5 Allan, c.Stride, b F. Davis .. . 10 Hopkinson, hb F. Davis ..... 0 ,. Wright, c.andl b Fh. Davis .. 8 Laging, c Tregent, A. Biggs .. 0 Boyd, c Tr.gent, b A. Biggs .. 5 Forstyth,-b F. Davis ....... 13 1-i. Stride,dJchBiggs, ser. .. 1 \Vest, not out .. .. .. 24 Grathan, b F. Davis ....... 11 R. Coul...
BATHS FOR FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922
BATHS FOR FRANKSTON. The Frankston Foreshore Committee has under considera tion the proposal made by Mr. Craven to the Shire Council :,to conduZt baths at Frankston. At last week's council' meeting plans of the suggesed building were submitted, the "estimated cost of construction being £650o. Mr. Craven's proposal is that the council should con struct the building, he to pro vide all necessary plant and pay the council so per cent. per annum on cost of construction by way of-rental. -The council referred the plans to the fore shore' committee for concsidera dta.
Cricket BENTLEIGH v FRANKSTON FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922
Cricket BENTLEIGH v FRANKSTON FRANKSTON. W\. E. W\atkins, not out .. .. 101 B. Baxter, b Simunonds .. . 17 A. D. Box, b Simmonds .... 13 G. Patterson, c Snd b G. Roberts .. 17 D. Kennedy, e Stmnnonds, b Iarris 29 R. Baxter, b Sinmmonds .. . . 11 A. L. Earl, c Harris, b C. Roberts S R. F. Buarton, c G. Roberts, b Sim monds ..... T. Deane, c Earl (sub.), b Roberts 2 W\. . . anlon, not out . .. .. 5 Sundries .. .. ... Total, 8 wickets for ...... 214 Innings declared closed BENTLEIGH. Thompson, c Kennedy, b Burton 2 Courtney, run out... , 13 G. Roberts, b Burton . .. .. .. Hannaford. c Pattersen, b Deane 5 Roberts (sear.), b B. Baxter ...28 Sinlmonds, run out .. .. .. .. : 2 Garfield, rnn ot ... 4 C. Roberts, c \V. McComb, b 4 Burton ... .. . 1. 4 4 Harris, clR. Baxter, b B. Baxter 1 Higgins"c \Vatkins, b Burtot .. ""i 6 Sundries .. ; .. 12 Total..... 140 Bowling.-Deanne, one wicket for 37 runs; Burton, four for 28; R. Baxter, none for 25; B. Baxter, two for 32.
BUILDING REGULATIONS IN FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922
'BUILDING xetGULATIONS IN ",. FRANKSTON. At the council meeting last week Gr. Mayin moving that the building regulations be extended to a portion of Mt. Eliza riding, -aid he hoped thliat discretion. woild be used in en forcing same. Cr. Howell "said the Council's building regulations were an absolute farce. Previously he had referred to the £60 buildings being erected in Frankston, and had been met with the argument that they were outside the building area. Would they be out side in five years' time? the regula tions should be extended to tlhe whole of "the shire. SCr. Walker seconded Cr. May's resolution. Cr. Gray said he did not believe in restrictive regulations which would prevent a man making a home. The passing. of the resolution in question would give the power, certain au thority to prevent serious breaches, and on that understanding he would vote for the motion. The motion was carried.
TYABB v. NAVAL DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922
TYABB v. NAVAL DEPOT. The- Naval Depot Eleven defeated Tyabb at the Tyabb Oval by 20 runns after a close game. Tyabb's fielding was of a mnost adverse nature, where as the visiting team fielded in an ex cellent manner. A fine innings by Alf. Denhanl (Tyabb) for 36 was the outstanding feature of. the match. Scores: TYABB. Slucombe, b Evans .. . .. ... 4 H. Unthank, b Evans .... .... 14 F. Mills, b Evans 8.. .. .. .. 8 H. Denham, c V. Lewis, b Bult 10 H. T. Noole, run out. .. .. 2 Alf. Denham, v Whitcock, b Bilt 36 A. J. Noble, cBarley, b Evans 2 Ray Borley, c Hendersen, b Evans 10 D. Losgmuir, b Evans ...... 1 H. Russell, .e V.-Lcwis, b Evans 6 P. Mair, not out ... 0 Sundries .. .. .. ... 5 Total wa 98 Bowling:-Bultt2 for40, Evans 7 for 36, Whitlock 0 for 17. NAVAL BASE. . Vaughan-Lewis, b Mills .. .r• :.. 2 Talbot, runi out. .' .. ... 28 Dr. Henderson. b Longmuir .. 19 Evans, c H. Noble, b Longmuiir 8 Boot, c H. Unthank, b Longnisuir 0 Barley, b Slocombe . .. .... 21 Rev. Henderson,...