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[?]for [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949
omb, L.S., F.S.I. T.S. (Lend.), I.E. (Aust.), Osborne Park, Bayswater,. a kston's famous and Grace Mc ad your special t interest, and e this opportun te you upon the the matters of interest. It is a can collect and Story and place. re it is too late; certainly done' tinue with the
Cricket DISTRICT ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949
S Cricket DISTRICT ASSOCIATION Frankston :Blacks v. Lyndhurst: Frankstoh Blacks v. Lyndhurst, Lyndhurst First innings, 31; second ,innings, 37. ' Blacks' bowling:.. First innings: Haynes "6 for, 14,:Denham 0 for 1, Avery 1 for 8, Peters 2 for 6. .Seconhd innings: Haynes 2 for 6, Avery 5 for: 12, Peters 3 for 9, Denham .'0 for 3. SBlacks: First innings, 25; sec orid innirgs,; 45 (R. Denham 14, :;M. :Watt "10):: S:IBlacks won outright. Frankston Reis v. R.S.L. SRS.L:' First innings, 208 (J. Reid 61, I. Smith 54, G. Walker 42). Redsi First - innings, 95 (J. Whyte 29,-B. Gloury 24). Second innings, 109 (H. Davcy 39, J. Whyte 26). ' /" Reds .bowling: J.IWhyte 5 for 48,;::iIIunter 2 foifr. 18, G. Parr -1 for 60, B. Gloury 1 for 36, H., Davey 0 for 26.;:'
F.G.C.A. Frankston v. Moorabbin. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949
Frankston vi Moorabbin: Frankston Juniors: First inn ings, 114 C"(D. Calneron 29, R. Rothwell 21, C. Gill 17 not out). Moorabbin: First innings, 26. Frankston bowling: Rothwell 4' for 8, Davies 1 for 5, Cameron 4 for 9. .:Moorabbin:.Seconid innings, 61 -(Tonge 31); Frankston bowling: Rothwell 2 for 7, Davies 2 for '20, Cameron 4 for .9, Gill 1 .for 4, Green 1 for .Frankston Juniors won out right by an 'innings and 17 runs.
ALLEGED THEFT FROM CARS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949
ALLEGED THEFT FROM CARS Four- men° from the:! Abots ford-Fitzroy.. :district: were . re-? marided -at' Frankston Court, 'on:' Tuesday, to appear here on -Janu ary 17, to answer charges of stealing two pairs bf race glasses and three packets of cigarettes (valued at £28/6/9). It will be alleged. that the property was stolen from a car parked near the Grand Hotel on- November -30,~-while returning: 'from' Morn .,ington races*.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949
\M.JTrJ91· nnEnnn nEBuEEEU nn """"""""" n n_..... U.* GEO. G. AUSTIN | m BAY STREET, FRANKSTON Tel. 1 and 780 S 5 AUCTIONEERS S * AND ' U SESTATE AGENTS . * FRIDAY, 9th DCEMBER, 1949 SAT P.M. AT SCOTT'S HOT 'i'44 COLLINS STREET, S "WILD W s DFT F LI N DERS Corner of Ki NAR PROD^ Beach Reserve. On land approx'matel - '- •,»: Street, by a.depth along SBeach Reserve.of lOW10 'tPerformin setting of Rose Gardens, Lawns; etc.-An-attract e dwelling constructed, of Oiled Weatherboard With S tri----f. Compris ng, Recep-, tion Hall, Large Lounge Roo .-J\ -te, 4' Bedrooms, with built?in Wardrobes, 2 Bath.d. -. -" dfs Room,. Laundry,:." :. ..:, Verandah, Detached,-" ' -° ^ ""Outbulldings. This property overl ool ,l ' t Flinders Golf Links, " adjacent to Flinders, Esxe,.'s 0 each. :' LOT 2,- .'.^B * SVacant land adjoining, aptf ately 97ft. Gin. frontage to Beach Reserve, by a depth of approxi·ately 150 ft. S..LOT 3.- - - - ' S Vacant Land adjoining, 66 ft. frontage to King: Street, by.: a: ' dep...
"For Her Goodness" AUTHOR OF McCOMB POEM ALIVE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949
AUTHOR' OF McCOMB POEM .: .i -ALIVE. At the head .of the poem "For Her Goodness" (relating to the late. Mrs.,' Grace McComb), and publishied in the recent "Jubilee Issue" 'of ."The Standard;' it was stated that the poem was' written by the late Helena May McComb.' "The Standard" is now pleased to receive a.note from Mr. H.' S&' McComb, Osborne Park, Scores by, stating that the auithor;, his sister, Mrs.. H. M. Williams (nee Helena May i.1McComb) is :still ilive,. and resides at Inverloch:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949
p '1 National . ,j Iouisekleeiiig "T'hero is no wvealth1, but | a ifQff 5 ^z For the SENATE, Vote g d/ciaf ater I- BROMHAM,Ada THE INDEPENDENT WOMAN CAIIDIDATE Who believes that co-operation of men and women is needed. to secure laws for the protection ar~ ' enrichment of.-life . SAutho:ried by E. Lawtonl-Campbell, .Ith Floor, Centrewiay, .:elb._ 0 RID Y.OUR HOME OF - FLIES, MOSQUITOES I o AND OTHER INSECT PESTS 0' C/,i/cca,,, a " (j ^Hg/i/?-r.ii,., r, oU.oO. . S~pji,,,,,g . U " GUARANTEES YOU AN INSECT-FREE SUMMER I o! ?Let Us Quote You Before it's Too Late r SEE OR RIN,G: - * ,.,'0 S. SOLE PENINSULA AGENTS, PRATT'S STORES 0. n OPP. STATION . PHONE 22 9 .2 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . SEWING MACHINE SERVICE DEPOT l11 types of sewing -machines repaired. s5 YOUNG ST.,. FRAI(JSTON Phone 494 Weekly visits .throughout Peninsula QUALCAST LAWNMOWERS are STILL the BEST and Cheapest Obtainable from all leading HARDWARE STORES FRANKSTON MECHANICS' LIBRARY New and TJp-to-r'ate Books Subscriotion: -. ...
INFANT WELFARE CENTRE (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949
INFANT WELFARE CENTRE (To- the .Editor) Sir,--As, funds are -being col lected to erect a clock tower :to commemorate the memory. of; a great citizen, it is opportune to remember a gallant little' baiid of women, who. 20. years. ago;' hada to beg and borrow .to --raise enough money to erect,' the Frankston Infant -Welfare: Cen.. tre. They repaid the -money loanri ed by Council in 18 imonths- what an achievement!'. An offi cer of 'the . Department :gave a glowing -account of ;the --.work being efficiently carried' out .by the : Centre. - Surely" ,something mord concrete than "a. letteir -of thanks is. owing .to Jhese: ladies, especially Miss. Blanche Dundan, who has given 20 years' undemit ting service as honorary.:secre-? tary to the Centre-' ? :: _What about it,.: councrillors? Yours etc., . M. AUSTIN BENTLEY Frankston. 28/11/49:`
CORRESPONDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949
bR RSPON 0EN E CLAIM Editor). ?l of the Eighth Trice Assoclates th the interests, d iated with their use exservlcemten dilsoners-of.war of It has pursued t with the Go has come .to. be -. per day claim." Sfact 'that the , answers to a ent and polite bare been prompt I results have been tisfactory. has stated that en turnted down I Hansard, 20/2/4) The question has to a divisioti. s stated that a -peed ott a coot ision by Allietl isard 22/9/4S). with the infor" ,e nited States made provision, isoners-o-f'ar for ouit clainmed in rianged his that the Austra ust wait on the eent's deciason. cit, 9/5/49). has stated also n would have to 1 prisonlers of the r. (iansard, must surely aP-s( . to sensiblle1 at failed to ac-., ommendation by ansard, 25/3/47) 1 tlbuttal should t inquire into the the 7Minister I r. Forde (Halt d later a "Govn an." reported. in have suggested gs of the pris-. e hands of thet o greater than! tralan troops in' s. Such a comnn I be regarded as c pt to split the 9 se...
Scouts 1st FRANKSTON Group Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949
Scouts Ist FRANKSTON Group Committee Meeting. The next meeting of The. Group Committee will be held tonight (Thursday, 8th Decem ber) at 8 o'clock. All members are urged to attend and finalise arrangements for the Christmas festivities. Picture Night. By courtesy of the Shell Co.. a picture night will be held in the Scout Hall on Friday, 16th De ceniber, at 8 o'clock. All parents and friends, as well as the gen eral public, are cordially invited. No charge will be made for ad mission, but a small donation of a silver coin would be gratefully accepted. Appointment of District Commisioner. All Scouting enthusiasts will be pleased to learn that Rev. L. M. Humphery has been appoint ed D.C. of the newly-formed Frankston -District. The forma tion of a Local Association will be carried out early in the NIew Year. Saturday Night Dance. The Dance Committee has pleasure in announcing that the weekly dances will be continued'. throughout the holiday season. The next Gala Night will be on Chris...
Information Bureau FRANKSTON C.O.C. BOON FOR VISITORS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949
Information Bureau FRANKSTON C.O.C. BOON FOR VISITORS Frankston Chamber of Com merce has established what will Drove a great boon to visitors in the form of an Information Bur eau at 588 Bay Street, in portion of the office of Mr. J. A. Taylor, Estate Agent, who has generous ly made the facilities available to the Chamber. Mr. G. C. Harvey (Chamber secretary) attends the Bureau' each morningg from 9.30 to 12 noon. The Bureau supplies all infor mation re local trading, rail and bus services, sp6rting activities, fishing, riding schools, libraries, churches, etc. A, up-to-date card system con tains the names and addresses of secretaries or chief officials of all organisations, the Shire president and councillors, Fire Brigade, churches, cleaning services, hair dressers, lodges, nursery and day, schools, R.A.C.V. emergency ser vice, taxi services, veterinary surgeons, etc. Language for D.P. Shoppers. On account of the arrival in.the districtof so many displaced per sons from overseas, ...
Property Sales Boom in Frankston Austin's Four Auctions Total £25,000 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949
roperty Sales Boom oin Frankston Austin's Four Auctions Total £25,000 Property sales are boomiing in Frankston, judging by the re suits of recent auction sales of district homes and land, con ducted by Messrs Geo. G. Austin, Estate Agents and Auc tioneers, Frankston. Last Satuiday the firm of Aus tin's, sold two cottages and a block of land on Long Island, for £13,800. Only a few days prior to these sales Austin's sold at auction "'Hinckley Lodge," Oliver's Hill, Frankston, for £11,500, to Dr. Milroy. Details of the Saturday's sales on Long Island are: "Kiatta Cottage," Gould St., £3750 . (buyer, Mrs. Curtis, Mel bourrin). "Squirrel Cottage," Beach front, Long Island, £7400 (buyer, Mrs. Forsyth, Melbourne). Vacant l?and, 99ft. x 175ft., £2650 (buyer, Mr. Maurice Na than, Governing Director, Pa:er son's Pty. Ltd). Austin's have various othernim portant property sales in hand for early auction in the district.
FRANKSTON PARKING (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949
To the dclito1.) *^ Sir ; ? is :obvious that the parking ?:'of.:cars and trucks in Fraulston --has become a major pr!hoblem for' car-owners, the. pol i°e, and 'the council, and that an attempt to,.:solve it should be madle imnmedi.ately. The decision byt some::authority to .substitute par:allel parling for angle park ing iii Bay.: Street mnakes - the position: c~insiderably worse, as, i"by=.reducing- the number of 'avail ablI. 1larkinig spaces, it will force the already" over-loaded house vifer~to" carry heavy loads over long -.distlances, or result in a 'double or'triple 'line of -cars, nei thei?of vwhich" alternatives is de The sole advantage of tile change' appears to be a gain of about ift., ini a road which is -already far too wide for safety, :and a'' challenge to passing cars to use. Bay Street us a speedway. As a '-solutitldn of the-problem, it is suggested 'that areas in thm centie of Bay, and Playne Streets' .be set aside: as parking spaces, either "stigle 'or double. This...
(Advertisement) WHAT ARE WE TO BELIEVE? [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949
(Advertisement) eit SWHAT ARE'.: WE ,%TO.- BELIEVE1 . By",",DE MOCRAT Haive uyoui read 'Labor s own o: ofial :?licy: ? ' h 1 ?1':;Chlf,?,?:has told us 'that there'.Is i~ ! m ster?n : about- it -: If: you .:geti ? p iom thl.w. "1'iades `Hall antd,'i'rid it :you r' w?1l agiree, with himii'Y T'he iny r'ey, is :in the equlioat Oin ul Sdenials 'dof Labor politicianll? liou 'things that 'ate as t'plain s ' pike staff i3n the oflicial poll"'f and pilatfim 'of the Party- : : Why they should waiit- to0 run r awaiy ,froni it and hide beh'nd t:e' r Conititution, when each candidate r is plediged "to ad imy' utmost to ensurie."the: carrying: ,.oitt o :..the r 'prindiples, embodied in lthe .Labor. platformuunly deepens the mystery. r They know that if they idre again Ireturned-. on. December 10th. with a majority to f'orm a government, Ithdeyymust seek out the s'pe-diest aiindmost opportune ways to carry out the - policy of the .Party, ?des pite wh.t they now ?:say` to us electors ,There "is* on...
PRE-SCHOOL CHRISTMAS PARTY AND FAIR [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949
I'tI -SHOOi L H b HlIUS''T AS PARTY AND FAIR On Saturday, Deccmbei 10, at" 1.30 p~m., it will be a case of "Heigih lo, CoIme to the Fair!" There will be lots of fun fot' all. A real chrcus clown will be there, as well as, a skilful rope-spinner and .a clever contortionist, With performing dogs. Miss Vesper's talented pupils will .give items, and the Menzies Boys' Home. will give a display of .tumbling tnd gymnastics, as well as an enter-. taining comedy sketch. Races for all ages~will add to the fun. Stalls: These include a work stall, stocked with children's wed:r. aprons, and Christinwas gifts; toy stall, with splendidly= aitade wooden toys, dolls, and dolls' clothes, at reasonatble prices; white elephant, with many. useful oddnients; produce, Ice cream, soft drinks, and flower stall, with blooms andr seedlings in s'eason. 'The Christmas stocking raffle will'be drawn, and there are vari ous attractions, with valu:able prizes, such as ha.s, tricycles, dolls, etc. Pony rides and gam...
[?]istian Home Frankston Seventh-day Adventist Church [?]AN HERITAGE [?]ARIAN M. HAY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949
-- sl SeveCnth-day Adventist° Church N HERITAGE RIAN MI. HAY as ?acki at religion and faith, it. has h ay ome respect for the man whose life by unwasering Christian principles.: byofe usig Christians is to keep our eyes prollfesers of Him. If we are-more con ollowers have us live, and less about e woues n, we should find . ot ur is ,ould be filled with joy and peace, be power in our spoke witnesing, be- io, cted by the silent witness of our lives. ly for August 11 sets" forth - a challenge: , its spiritual heritage. We quote a few surc'Y intended to exist as the body of hands, with which to do good, His voice' love and mercy. His voice telling men ' news that they are 'called tob be- sons e do .olnething we hope no one has seen; with something we ought to put right, mIany who, despite their: appaient ab thigs, are desperately dissatisfied. with g for some sure spiritual guidarnce.-: If •ie rower and the shining hone of the', professed Christians, they, will want to here is no higher...
Frankston C.W.A. ANNUAL REPORT SHOWS MARKED PROGRESS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949
Srankston C.W.A. ANNUAL REPORT SHOWS ltActt?iED PROGRESS The innual' report of -the C.W.A. (FrinKston branch), pre sented by .Miss M. B. Sutherland (secretairy) and Mrs. J. E. Grice :(president) disclosed marked pro gress made during the year. - The membership now. stands at 75, and average attendance at meetings has been 45, with new members coming along steadily. ' During the year demonstra tions were .given by experts in millinery, basket weaving, pres-, sure cooking, cold hair-wave, and toy-making. The. State president made a surprise visit to one of .the meet ings. . The branch's. birthday party was held during the year, and 130 guests attended 'from all parts of the Peinnsula. The annual effort, held at Os-, borne House, by. kind' permission of Mrs. Kempton, realised thel 'splendid amount of £53, .and a.' further £11E odd was added by a jumble sale. Commissions on.the market stall totalled £6/19/6. t The building fund is being add ed to, with a view to enlaiging the C.W.A. Res...