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PEARCEDALE v. TYABB II.'s. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922
2: 'CEDALE v. TYrABi3 II.'s. Tyabb I .'s visited Pcarcedale, and were defeated by the narrow margin of 7 runs. Tomn Holley (Tyabb) had to retire hurt, having. one of his eyes badly cut by a rising ball. PEARCEDALE. Vale, b Thornell .... 2 .. 2 Newmnan, b-:Thornetll .....~. 1 N. Pearce, b Holley .. . .. 2 S. Pearce, b" Storey.. 9 E. -lcConville, lbw, b Thorncll .4 E. I-Hillman, c L.-Millts b Storey 8 T. Pearce, b Bob Storey .... . R. Craig, c Denham, b Hodgins .7 \\'. Craig. not out .. 2 C. Lord, b Storey .. . 0 II. l)Drutmond,-b 1-Iodgins .. . 4 Sundries .. .... 1.. .. 1.... Total .. . . . f...... 50 Bowling:-Thornell 3 for 19, Iolley -1 for 11, Storey 4 for 10, Hodgins 2 for 9.2 T'YA3BB SECONDS. •Nolie,'b Vale .. . 2 Hodginsi c:Lord, b S Pearce .. 7 Denhani, b S. Pearce . ... .. 11 O. Thornell, b S. Pearce ..r.. .. 18 Lyng, c Necwtban, b. Valc . 0 H. Thornell, b Vale ....:... .' 70 Storey, b Vale . ; .0 ...... Toim, Holley, retired hurt.... 1 Mills, -c cConville, b Hillman'. 1 J. H...
CRIB POINT VISITS ISLAND [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922
CRIB POINT VISITS ISLAND French Island were at home to Crib Point on Saturday the 4th February, and although Crib Point had a very weak team they casily defeated tile Islanders. FRENCH ISLAND. Duschcr, run out i. 4 McGuyau, c 'aling, b Bennctts 0 Thompson, b Bennetts .. . 9 Devon, b Stewart .. .. 11 Ratford, b Stewart .. 7 Bennetts, c and b Stewart ..... 0 Le la Hayc, b Stewart .. 6 Tholmpson, c Osterlund, b Ben-- netts .. . 2 De la lHaye, c Rodgers, b Bcen netts .. ........ . 4 Renwick, not out ...... . 0 McGtyan, b Stewart. 3 Byes .. .. .. .. . . 4 Total . .. . .. . . .. . 50 SBowling:-Stewart 5 for 22, Ben nietts 4 for 24. -CRIB POINT. Allan, c Thompson, b Ratford .. 27 Stewart, b Bennetts .. ....... 19 Bennetts, b Ratford ...... . 10 Radford, run out :.. . 7 .Rodger, b De laW aye .. .. 26 Lake, b Thompson ...... 10 Hollins, c De la Haye, b Renwick 5 Paling, b Renwick .. .. 6 Osterllud, b Reivick.... .. 1 Edwards, not out .. ..... 12 Josephs, c Renwick, b De la Haye ...... .........
SOMERVILLE v MOOROODUC [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 February 1922
SOM ;RA~iLt4 . MOOROODUC? Somerviille beat Moorooduc ii easy style. Scores:-.": SOM ERVILLE. G Gran t, not out .. . .. "5 S.- artin; ,c Muiirray, b Wilson .. :19 C. Thornell, c Doxey, b Andrews: 22 K? Webb, ? andib .Wilson ;:: :82 A. Millington;' run out : .:: C. Gomin, c: Tirner, b:Wilson 4 5 wickets for146 . . . .. Bowling:-Murray 0 for 52, Wilson 3 for 40, A. Anderson 0 for-12, W. Andrews 1 for 12, Doxcy 0 for 13, Grierson 0 for 3. SMOOROODUC. - Anderson, b Thornell . ..... 0 Andrews, lbw, b Thornell 2. .. 2 Wilson, i Thornell .... 2..'.. 12 urray, run out . . ... 6 R. Grierson, b Knuckley .. .. 0 Doxcy, c Goamn, b Webb ...... 7 E. Grierson, c Thorncll, b Knuc key . . 0 .. Gricrson, run out .... ..? 9 G. Lucas, b \Webb .. . Dunn, c Gommn, b Thornell .. .. 17 Turner, not out .. .. .. .. 8 Sundrics .... .... .. 14 Total .. .... ...... 7 .. 74 Bowling:-Thorncll 4 for 27, Knuc key 2 for 18, Webb 2 for 14.
ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922
ABOUT PEOPLE. Rev R. Edwards, who has spent several week's holiday at Frankston, has returned to his home at Cobden, Miss Beryl Fitts, of Portland, is at present on a visit to Shoreham. The Director of Agriculture (Dr S. S. Cameron) and Mrs Cameron, who have been residing at their Frankston residence for some time, have returned to Hawthorn. Mr Japp, Editor :of "The- Austra lian Leather Trades Journal," spent the last week-ead'at Frankston.
CARRUM. Carrum, Feb 12th [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922
CARRUM. Carrum, Feb 12th -Hatless, and with their feet tied ui with rags, two boys marching up Point Nepean Road the other day attracted the attention of Constable Stanley Banner, who elicited from them that they had run away from the Franhston Boys' Home, and were on there way to Melbourne.. The constable took charge of the runaways, and after giving them a little rest and refreshment conveyed them again to the Home, much to the satisfaetion of the Matron, but to the disappointment of the bcys.
APPRECIATION. The Organ of the Peninsula. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922
APPRECIATION." The Organ of the Peninsula. To the Editor. Sir,-Some few. years back a person, well known at Frankston for his musical abilities, on look ing through the "Standard," passed the remark that the paper which claimed to be "the organ of the Peninsula" wanted a good deal of tuning. Whether the re mark was justified at the time is of no moment now. The idea gave scope to the thought that the paper was an organ and that it reproduced in its weekly reci tal the notes that had been com posed by the happenings of the previous week. The score had been written by many hands and in its theme were the many phrasings of human life, with its lights and shades and throughout all the dominant note was ad vancement and prosperity. The "Standard" of to-day is a credit to the Peninsula and will con tinue to advance. I am pleased to join others with good wishes for the welfare of the "Standard," and hope that the future will produce a series of grand triumphal marches, in which the notes o...
MENTONE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922
MENTONE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. .The Mcntone Grammar School is ani institution that' can be re commended to parents who are desirouis of ensuring for their boys a sounmd education. The headmaster is Mr. J. A. Ball (Melbourne University), for merly of the Melbourne Gramn mar' Sc-hool. \\1e, have received a -copy of the prospectus, which ;may be inspected at "The Stand ard" :office. The school has grown in two, years to- 60 boys, includinig ten boarders. Boys at fenhl from : Frankston, 'Morning ton, 1Edithvale, Seaford, Chelsea, Moorabbini; Bentleigh, Chelten auim ..itd Mordialloc. Boarders iecceive home com forts under the supervision of the headmaster's ,wife. Sea bathing is the rule ieach: morning before breakfast luring the summer months, and the healthy open life away from the metropolis is to be specially conimended. Many boys from the. peninsula are weekly board ers, travelling to school by the Monday morning express,"and re turning on Friday evening.. The fees for Weekly boarders rang...
PEARCEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922
PEARCEDALE. A good deal of surprise has been expressed that the rates have not been lowered this year, now thatthe ledger was squared a few mionths ago. Two years ago landholders found their rates raised from too per cent. to 300 per cent., the reason being given that . Tooradin Riding was heavily involved.;: It' is impera tive for councillors to afford some relief or face an agitation for severance. Tl'he crops, .hay,'friuit and vege tables are all on the light side. Owing to the stringent mail ner in which the Dog Act has been enforced, the balance of nature has been disturbed, there is consequently a-remarkable in crease in foxes.: People on all sides complain of losing poultry. One returned soldier has lost over 6o pure bred Leghorn hens.. A great deal of dissatisfaction has been expressed at the recent appointment of - a dayman for this portion of the shire. It was confidently expected that a local returned soldier, with a young family, would receive the job. Instead of this an...
The Standard. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922
;hr i tanbarb. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922 Local and General News. In a bush fire at Langwarrin yesterday, Mr H. Gamble, of Frankston, it is stated, had about 100 tons of firewood de stroyed. At the Criminal Court on Wed nesday, Robert Rivett, aged 19, years, of Baxter, was found] guilty of having shot an invalid pensioner at Myrtleford at Xmas time, and was remanded for sentence. The Pictures will be shown as usual tomorrow night, but not next Wednesday night. Hansen's Pictures are showing to large audiences at the various Peninsula resorts. A pleaonsing little function took place last night at the Mechanics' Hall, when the committee of the Frankston Athletic Club assembled to make a presentation to Mrs H. McComb, who for many years past has assisted the club very materially by' undertaking the catering arrange menia in connection with the annual sports meeting on Nlew Year's Day. In presenting Mrs lMc'omb with a silver rose bowl, suitably inscribed, .ir T. J. cMourtrie, .the preside...
ALLEGED ARSON. FARM LABORER CHARGED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922
ALLEGED ARSON. FARM LABORER CHARGED AT FRANKSTON. At the Frankstoii Police Court on Monday last, before Messrs. C. V. G. Willianis,: C. W. Grant, W. Armstrong and . Luxford, J'sP., a iaiin nimed Arthur Ni chols,? aged about 3o years, wafs charged with unlawfully setting fire to a dwelling.place on' the 8th February Senior Constable Bray. con ducted the prosecution, and Mr. Barnett appeared for the accused. The case, as outlined by the police, was that Nichols had been working for Mr. Mervyn Jack son, dairy farmer, \Wells-road, Frankston. He wis dismissed on r3th January. On the 27th'Janu ary Nichols paid a visit to Jack son's house, but soon left again. On the 8th February, at about 2 a.m., Jackson vwas i aroused from sleep bli'the cry of fire; and found that a hut in which two of his employes were sleeping was in hlamecs. A sheaf of hay, news paper and wood had been placed against the door of the hut and set alight. Another: employe, who was sleepitig in a separate shed, fortunatel...
Cricket GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922
GENERAL NOTES. As AepondIalo only had throee play' ore, they were compelled to forfei the matub to Fraukston. To-morro,?. at the Craobouruo Road reserve,:Frankston will oppose Sear ord, mRid will bo represented by Ben Baxter,IW. E. Watkins, A. D. Box, t C. Lawrey, T. Deane, D. Kennedy, E. K.. MoComb, 'R. F.= Burton,'A. Aitkin, W. M,.HIiuuton, W. McComb; reserves, H. McComb, L. Donne, A. iag egnotid ?'o tlihe. : The eatch 'is to stait at 2.30?ecMise :ly
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922
Frankston_ Directory-. SBoots and Shoes C. L. BELL The Place to purchase high-class Foot ware of any style required at t e low eat price. We do not offer cheap foot were, but good footware cheap Sand shoes for the beach at prices toauit all. Bring your repairs-we are rapid, neat and effective. Boots made to Order a speciality. Satisfaction Assured' Terms:Strictli Cash Frankstoq Boot Emporium Bay Street, Frauleton.------ C. L. Bell, Proprietor PLUMBER and all HOUSE REPAIR H. B. LEGGE, Yuille Street, Frankston (24 Year's City Experience) Water Services Connected-Gas Sewerage-Electric Bells Installed -- -- MADE FROM THE PUREST OF SPRING WATERS EST $.0~s mlTNIKS for Private Houses DDICOTT'S are prepared to deliver to all Private Houses the following drinks in any quantity-Kola Champagne, Lime Juice andSodn, Orange Champagne, Lemon Squash, Ginger Beer, Ice Cream Soda, Lemonade,' Ginger Ale; Soda'Waters and all kinds of Cordials, All goods delivered to your door. Highest Prices for All Ki...
French Island Events [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922
Frencll Islaid veiqts Hastings isited l-French Island op. Saturday, . i th Februaryr,~ to play the locals, and had rather an, easy win. Bert' Le.l urey vas in .great' form' with the willow; scorin. 63; by good all-found stlrokes. DB. Reid lvas ,the o?ily other "-bats?tia to reaeh dou6ble I.e 1furp, Ii D. Hayc 63 tfaralmella, bI' De .la Ha c.: 2 SWard- iBeBcnn'ietts . Knox, ,run out.'.; Rcid,' c;cBlncnttsi, b-:atford' -21 Schmidt ?i Ratford.:i. =-:?; 2 Francis,- c" Renwick', b Raiitford; 7. MLarabclla"' run-:- oul t '".- r 0 Floyd Ie b Bnnctts 0. Whitchelid, not." o t 4i Sudriesd 9 Totali ... .0. :ir. 120 Bowlitg:.;:Bcnctts 2 'oi 36 Dfo '1 la- Hayc 2 fo 1?lS.; DayoibnO0 fodr; 13, Brordarick: 0. for: 13',:'Rtfo?d'tl 3 ' for: i 21, Thompson 0:for 10. - FRENCH: ISLAND -. " Renwick, c Le Hurey' ?'Floyd-:T, Dusclher, c and b Floydi?- ': Brodcrick, c Whlithcadl, ?bMai'a= '` bella Davon, c W\Vard, b' FloyIld:.:i: 22= D Inl Haye, b Reid-"; "'.i Thompson, b FloydI ;' Lothian. c'and b Francis ...
Lawrey Makes Useful Score [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922
Lawrey Makes.Useful Score As Langwarriz did not bat, ibhis match may be.. regarded as hbvin been somewhat onoe-sided. "Tod" McComb bit: two sixes and:La?vrey one. Soores FRANKSTON. ChOrlit Lawroy, b Young : . Arnie Aitkin, b Harry Hiidcut '25 Arthur Hague, retired . .. 26 Ted McComb, retired .. . .- 22 Harry McComb, not out ... ... 16 Will MeCoomb, a Carter b Davies 000 Joe McComb, not out . ... ;. 3 Stndries . 1: 12 Total 3-wickets for 148 Bowling--Heg Parker0 x 16, Har ry:Ridout I x 20, 'E.R" Wilson 0 x 17, Tom 'Boweile 0 x 35, Geeo Youlng 1 x 16, Mark Peters 0 x 8, Jack Wil liamns 0 15, Frank Davies 0 x 12.
BY THE WAY. (Written Specially for "The Standard.") WHAT'S IN A NAME? [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922
(W;tian Stacity-for"The Standard.!'. WHAT'S -IN A-NAME? '"\hit s:ini a nifef?'. That ~11hich we call.a. rose By' an other inaiic would smell "as g)veet.' All. very, good in :Ropieo;, and Juliet, but not in the prosaic at mosphcre -of a Melbourne police court. ,Call a gummX shark a Murray cod and "sce what will happen-once in a while. Most of .us ha~c., eaten of thl innocent gumlmy and known no.better and been not. a hair .the worse, "It smelt as sweet as the. cod that haunts the elusive dividing river. wat was garnished with butter, and maybe clilips and. lemon, and other condiments dear. to stout. stomachs;- and ,so :.a bit of, the fish that mighthave swAllowed a bit of us went quietly and'pleas antly down our throat. . But an inlspictor is a person of another kidney. I-I smelt, not a rat, but ai shark camouflagcd as Murray cod. And a matter of fact inag istrate said- the vendor had, to' navy Io.. And.no doubt, hc..is saying: ',Oh IlNo! .We never. nentiooa her, HeIcr name, is never...
Carlson Again Bats Well [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922
earison Again 1Oals Well Appended atc results of match held at Carrum ion Saturdayi - BOHIMIANS. : Cunberland, run out .. 1 Reidy, b Boyd .. . .... 2* 2 Abtud, t E I g. Bi 1 ... G. Buckley, lbv:. 1) I. igs ..B 0 Welliington, -b Alehn .. ... 30 S. Planar, c Tr nt, b ltggs, Kennedy, b' F."Davis . ... l; 7 Dickmanl b Boyd .. ..... 3 IH. Kendrill, c, Davis, b. lloyd . 1 Wilson, run out .. . .. .. .. Kendall, junr., not out .. ... 11 Sundries .. 0 Total .. .. .. 3.. .. 7 Bowling: Boyd 3 for .17, E.- liggs 2' for 9, liggs, senr., 1 for 20, F. Davis 1 for 12, Allatn 1 for. 10. . GARRUM. . Allan, b Wellington .. .. .. 10 Green, rln otl ' . .. .. .....- 0 Carlson, Ibw, b Kendall .... 85 A. Forsytl,, bw, b Platnner..... 3 A. Boyd, not out .... ..... 12 H. Stritlde, b Kennedy-l.. .2 F. Davis, retired.. . La gnig, retired .... 0:. ..-,:.' 0 Sundries .. .... .... .- ..- .. :6 .Total.. . . .. ..'120 B" owling: Wellington 1 for 23; Wil son 0 for. 25,";Planner 1 for 25, Ken' dallil for 31, Keiinedy...
Ambulance Movement To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922
Anlbulaqee Movemeoi To the Editor. At a meeting of the Bittern Progress Association a motion was carried to make an effort to establish a motor ambulance for the Mornington Peninsular, and a canvasser has been appointed to canvas the whole of the Penin sular from Aspendale. The ob ject is to establish an up-to-date motor ambulance,- that will al ways be ready night or day, and services free. This will bring the person who is unlucky citough'ito reqtire a"iiiboor-.aic bulance nearer to the 'doctor or hotspital. This will bring tlihe person of humble meains more on the level-'with the person"'-who can afford td p~iy' fdr: these' cicP' vices.- Many peoplec neyer used a' motor ambulance, not becausc they did,-not--need- one,but be cause tlieyic?uld not ,afford' to' pay' for it. And then it is always ncecessaty to send(l to Melbourne for one, which means deltih This idean will!ctablish' onie ii a ten tre to be decided, so that in case of a serious illness or accident, ain up-to-date "mot...
Rankine Punishes Bowling MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922
Rankine kPunishes Bowlinig 1MORNINGTON. - In:mkin, c Gmault, U .. 1.\'cb .. ?1 T'ow.send... c Unthaink,; h, ::C. Thornlc l .. . .. ., . i; -19 Grinithl, c Tyree, b C. Thornell 7 C:vell;' b' Kmucey: .. 17 Freemani, c.]Knuckcy, b Thornell 14 Johansen, c -Webb,-b A Milling ton . " .. Haris on, c and b Go?i ;:;':. Birch, b Gomi .. Brushfield, b Gofiinlt. " Cook, not out t ;' :.' . ? \\olholusc; c c Tlhornell, :Goinitu m: Stuhdisic` :'" ., :;-". fBowling: Thoi'ell 3x 41, HTutchin son 0 x :22, Webb 1' x :81, Knuckey "1' 1, ;Goitii 4: xi 17,1Millingtot SOM MERVILL.E. Hlutchlinson. b lBruslhfield :... C. Thornell, bl.Joh)insen ._..: 41 Gommn, b Brushfild ..;. .. . 23 WeVbbb i-Freeman .. .. .. . 13 Knuckey, c Cool;, b.i Bushfield ' 5 N. Unthank, lnot outt'..; .; 12 WV Tyrcc aJolrnsn i lb Grifftih 4 Suntdrics 6, - .:6 .. ;.cket. .".to 108 Bowlitig:vJohansen 1 x 40; Brush- [ field 3xtr31;? :rcmin',l1 8;, Cook 0 x 9, C:Giffithl x 'C(Ganot -Dr'twn.o)
The High School To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922
The, High School To the Editor. Sir,-At the risk of, being vot ed a public nuisance or' classed as non-progressive by those ad vocates of hikher educationi, who expect so much from the estab lishnient of a High Schon in our town, may '1 vcnture to protest against thie recent decision of the Shire Council- to increase the rates b- 3td. ini the pound in or der to secure the amount de manded by the Education De partment cre they will consider any claim Frankston may have to such a " school .? ?lthough I recognise the :fact- tlt the coun cil ' are emplowred?s to strike a rate- ,ul to t ?,-wnd:lsixpence or three shillings in the pound, 1 question whecther 'thcj have the right to strike a rate for purely educational purposes, , and that without the consent .of a ma jority of ratepayers. It would be interesti'ng to learn why this clamour for a High School? If there is a considerable body of rateplavers in sympathy with the agitation: W hat would be the concirete advantages to the town if i...
SPORTING NOTES AND ANECDOTE ALL BRANCHES OF SPORT STORY AND COMMENT SATIRE AND VERSE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922
SPORTING NOTES AND ANECDOTE ALL BRANCHES OF SPORT By ,"STRA*THIMORJEI" STORY AND COMMENT IF ONE OF THESE DON'T WIN-SOMETHING ELSE WILL decided to-morrow. As these notes are penned be fore final acceptances are made, it is difficult to venture a prophecy. Still, if I was worth £10,000 I would risk at least £1 on Galtee Maid ! If they go to the post, Bi plane, Demetrius, Weedah, Wish Wynne and Battle plane should make things merry. But, to be on the safe / side, if one of these don't win.... something else will !! Maybe, that's the surest ?way to tip the winner ! SATIRE AND VERSE. S)OOR Ballarat! The Puritans I of that fine city have deemed it sinful for a thirsty way farer to buy a drink of lemonade on Sundays! If you're caught de positing lemonade inside Mary's pantry on the day of rest you'll surely get pinched! Although the sale of fruit on Sundays is also prohibited, things might be worse-Lake Wendouree is still free to those who care to drink it! With the Moslem, let us say, Oh,...