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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
THE- STANDARD, Thursday, August 18, 1949.--PAGE 13. RING NO' W . for an r APPOINTMENT MICHAEL TOOHEY } Studio of Modlern Phptography 26-28 PLAYNE STREET, S FRANKSTON Tel. F'ston 692 HOURS: 9-6; SAT., 9-1 r and SAT. P.M., by Appt. PENINSULA BUS LINES TOURS SUNDAY, AUGUST 28th MT. SLIDE :(2,300ft.) on the Great, Dividing Range,. 'I'Oi'luiNG. COAChI" LEAVES: MORNINGTON, -9.30- A.M. FRANKSTON, 10.0 A.M., CHELSEA PICTURE THEATRE, 10.15 A.M. via Lilydale, Yarra Glen,. returning via Toolangi . A Visit to Sir Colin MacKenzie Sanctua y for Native Fauna Fare £1/2/6 (Including 3-Course Liinch), 130h iles SBOOKING ESSENTIAL --. RING: PENINSULA BUS LINES - Phone F'ston 466 - 588 E. JACOBS & LOWE, Mornington 2. SHIRE OF FRANKSTON AND HASTINGS EAST RIDING ELECTION Jack Sutherland I THE RESIDENT CANDIDATE -' Ten (10) Years a Local Business Man, : Activeleriengaged tin all Commuiinity Affairs, The ONLY Resident Candidate.- - S.. Transport Available - Ring HASTINGS: 67, " as Early as Possible...
MINIATUR[?] MUSICALE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
Mr. Len infornal Of his sei "Tse ludi Frankstoni ing, each These miu splendid pract confidence by an audience, is stimulatyi progress ie function to others, tends I dent [ innt n next tine" The highligjl Was a surprin by Paul and U Collins as a t off's 'Prelude a This was pi items ?wbrlh r by Paul l)o splendid piann "Fantasie Impt and Jill playe (Reginald Ere. Paul also plan Other pianc' peal were: 3 ridge's plained by Mlozart; Ml "Sonatina" (th Lloyd's renditi est" (Rher (Mozart), plaid by the Misses & Lilla Royal. Other pian rendered by Haines, Gwen Hansen, E. Mil Eason. As a contra vocal items ea solo, Miss "Little Road to tone solo, Mr. P ermen of Ens' Offor family sr an anthem, "'R onstrated how be sung tin finale gave a d of "The Madri bert and Sullir Mikado." Mr. Offor ale solo.. All present had spent a mat ing, and are the next on ber.
21st BIRTHDAY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
21st BIRTHIDAY PARTY. :A ::21st .:birthday :.party w'as given .to. Valda Brown, eldest daughteir of Mr. .and Mrs. E. R. Browi,.. of Flinders, and grand daughter of.Mr. and Mrs. Marnell of ,"Lillvale,"' East. Frankston. The party was l:eld' at f 1?hMechaisa ? Hall,. Frarikstdn -'There were ,80 guests, and they had -mostfen joyable evening The guest of honor received . many beautiful presents. .: : :
GRAND HOTEL GUESTS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
SGRiAND HOTEL GLUEST New - guests at Grand Hotel, Franikston, this .week, were Mr.1 and Mrs. '0 G. ;Lane (Wangar-ij atta), Mr; and Mrs. V. J Pear do .(Surrey Hills), Mr. iand.Mrs. M. )W. Westwood (South Yarra), Mr; and Mrs S. Hirth (Horshalim). Mr. H. J. Trevaskis, Nolan Street, Frankston, is home fromn Hospsital anfid is: making steady improvement, following an opera tion. 4'
MILNE—COCKSHEAD [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
MILNE--COCKSHEAD -- A 'very- prdtty Wedding' was, celebrated on August G at 'tha. Mordialloc Presbyterian Church. when Enid, only daughter of! Lieutenant Cockshead, of Flin ders Naval. Base and the late Mrs.. E. Cockshead, was married to Edwin Milne, of Mordialloc. The bride was given away by. her . father and looked' charming in white marquisette over 'taffeta . with chantilly en sertions;. the lovely tulle veil was kindly ; lent by Mrs. B. Thomas, of Parkldale. The matron of honour (Mrs.. F. :Tebbutt) ,and the bridesmaid (Miss. June Fletcher) wore figured blue organdie frocks and carried pink and blue flowers. The - , bridegroom's mother looked very smart in grey .with blac)c accessories. . flatyes- of,. the'. bride came forpxr "ydney ' for the occasion, and?i?the a.eception was, held at Pasadena Cafe; Mordialloc. Later the happy cotuple left for Healesville, where the honey moon'. was spent. The bride wore' a travelling suit of blue, and Londonr tan accessories. -The bridal bouqu...
JONES—TAYLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
JONES-T:Ayi?)gR. St. Matthew's Church of Eng. land, Chelten'ham, was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Sat urday, August 6, when Olga, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .C. W. Taylor, of 11 Train Street, Highett, was Mlarried to Geoffrey' Gould, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A.. G. Jones, of McKay Road, Cranboyrnc, Rev. R. McCoy officiated at t-ei ceremony. .The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a charming gown of impiorted French lbroeade satin and French slipper satin. This was fashioned with long sleeves and a high neckline, andl the full circular skirt with long train was bustled. The wedding veil was held in place with gardenias, and a trail of roses, hyacinths, aid garden ias was carried. The bride's two attendants MIrs. C. Shields' (matron of honour), and Miss Patricia Jones (sister of the bridegroom), wore frocks of pale blue net over poult taff eta, fashioned with very full .skirts. They carried bouquets of carnations, roses, and hycintlhs in shades of blue and...
PETROL TAX SHIRE WANTS MORE ROADS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
PETROL TAX SHIRE: WANTS' MORE. ROADS The .Prime Minister wrote.: to Frankston Council, 'referring to Council's letter re allocation of petrol tax, and' enclosing stais:-' cal 'figures of. present "allocatio'n, and stating he: is:-unableto:.in dicate whether there is any' likc lihood of grants being increased in the near future.-Received: Tr. R. G. Menzies enclosed `his speech on'Petrol: Tax: given 'in the House' of Representatives on July 7, 1949, wherein:.he stress'ed the necessity for'the Government' to substantially, increase. the al location, to States for distribution to municipalities for' road works, especially in the country areas. Letter of thanks and request that he include' rmatter in' his policy speech.. Mr.i.A. W. Fadden- statei that an expositionr :of:. the .Country Party's' Policy.'regarding. petrol tax ,will. b'e- given-_in J-iis :policy speecha;prior ' to'?the: ;orthcomin ele'ctions:;:.. ~ ·
C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
- C.W.A. The m onthly .meeting 'of the C.W.A. will -be held in the C.W.A. -IAdoin,' Thompson Street, Frankston, on: Thursday, August 25, 'at-2 p.m. : An 'all-day -,demonstration of Toy Making. will be given .by Mrs'. .Duffield,: commencing at 10.45 a.m. Members :are- asked to .bring scraps of . material with them.
Watch on "Wood Bandits" Council to Arrange Sunday Patrols [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
Watch on "Wood Bandits" .Cbuncil to Arrange Sunday Patrols Cr. Wells, At Friday's meeting of the.Shire Council, referred seriously to the huge quantity of wood that is being removed from Shire. roads by unauthorised persons. Cr. Wells said hundreds of tons of wood had been taken away during the past three-nionths, and, the takers were not local ratepayers, but week-end visitors from the suburbs round Melbourne. One man, he said, had been seen recently carting away four tons. Timber :was being cleared by the S.E.C. for the new big 60,000 volts transmission line down the Peninsula, and the wood was being carted away as soon as it was cut. Visitors were also taking away crushed rock from roadside dumps, he said. Itv was appalling how much stuff the Council was los ing from its roads. The: Engineer, said the S.E.C. was- cutting :a'?strip 40 .feet wide, and did not :.care who removed the: timber as. long as it was cleared away. The various service authorities were cutting swarthes throug...
"UNFAIR TO RATEPAYERS" DELAY STARTING COUNCIL MEETINGS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
":UNFAIR TO RATEPAYERS" DELAY STARTING COUNCIL MEETINGS Cr. Hirst, at Friday's Council meeting, trenchantly criticised "the time the Council does not start Council meetings, and the, time they occupy in committee before the Council meetings." Cr. Hirst said Council meetings were :scheduled to start at 7.30, but they rarely started' before 8 o'clock. It was quite unfair, he said, :to keep ratepayers, and the public,' Waiting outside. in the` cold till 8.30, as that night, .and many other Council nights. Coun cil meetings called for 7.30 should start at 7.30 and not 8 p.m., and committee meetings should be held at the end of Council meet ings. Doors. should be open to the public at 8 o'clock sharp, he said. Cr. Hirst's protest is long over due, but even then he let the Council off lightly. A number: of Council meetings throughout the year have not got under way till: 9'-o'clock, or near ;that hour. On Qdd 'occasions the :hands :of the: clock'a.tiid,.veryrclose to .9 o'clock.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
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[?]S & WHICH - GOVERNMENT LIABILITY? [?] Replies to "Standard" Article [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
.s & 5.H -GOVERNMENT LIABILITY? Replies4oT "Sialan darld" Article g of Franks- I Cr. K. Webb ast Council e had mov dissociate it ticle in "The g the Coun Shire roads. at he would again at the meeting, and meeting to e had said at eting. "Thd had since re 's letter, and understood speaker on e Committee ound that out seeing it was g; but he did councillors at ting who re he matter, al iews on the e Standard" ebb, he had ly with the on suggesting condition of as due to he State Gov the only por e had criticis e Council to i. He claimed discussion at e Government hich had dis Stax. He did ought for one ould criticise article in any ng what they ted to deny of roads was ving by the " It had been paper article ouncillors had e readers had had stressed. antion or com ortion of the payers' candi eo words that Council blam mment for the oads. e majority of een in favor rotest at the g. If any of m Cr. Webb's id not say so r. Hirst. The pression the laining about ent, whereas e word ...
THEATRE PARKING POLICE ACTION URGED AT FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
THEATRE PARKING POLICE ACTION URGED AT FRANKSTON, The Department of Health ad vised Frankston Council'-that the practice of parking cars' outside the Frankston Picture Theatre constitutes a danger to the pub lic, should an emergency exit be required, and suggested that the Council take steps to abite 'the practice. . Cr.. Fowler -said parking in front of the theatre does ..consti tute a grave menace, and :he shuddered to think what would happen if -a fire broke -out in the theatre.. ., On the motion..of CraFFowler and Wells it was decided. to write to Frankstbn police, requesting that the ,by-law` 'be --'suitably policed; and also' that :a seven days' warning of impending pro secutions be advertised . by the Council in the local Press.
FIRST FRANKSTON SCOUTS SCOUTS VISIT GILWELL PARK [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
FIRST FRANKSTON.: SCOUTS. SCOUTS .VISIT. GILWELt . Last .week-end,;?P.L.: M; 'David= son anid J. Naiighton visited:` Oiir well Park, and canmped' :;fori- tlie: week-end "on the Group's` ill6tted site. As usual, they were warmly welcomed by Tom -Burrows, who is known throughout all Victorian Scouting circles. as the warden of Gilwell. Mr.. Burrows is a great friend to all Scouts who canip there, and a ;isit to Gilw'ell with out a yarn to "Old Tom" is almost unthinkable. Sea Scouts' Trip To "Albe,;t -Park Last week-end, members of :the Sea Scout. Troops visited :the H.Q: of the 1st .Victorian Sea Scouts, on Albert Park Lake,. and had; a most enjoyable time.: . Many thanks are due tol Mr. A.' L. Fary for his" co-operation in . the, all important matter. of transport.: .Group Coininittee. Bazaa' .. On Saturday, .November. 19. tlie Group Committee will:hold its an nual. bazaar, the proceeds of. which ,will be used. to .supply th'e various sections of the Group with much-needed equipment:...