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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 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. .. Afternoon0 Tea a Speciality. .. Bread Del/ivered Daily. BAY STREET, FRANKSTON W. J. Withington (20 years as General Hand with L. Foster & Son, Melbourne) Informs the public of Frnokston and district that he has commenced business as0..... , SADDLER ., FirstielaRs Workmanship, Guaranteed at Melbourne Prices. Note the address-Next to Brown & Muir's, the blackemiths Playne Street ..:.. Frankston FRANKSTON DAIRY Pure Milk, direct from the Owner's well Sknown Dairy Parm Customers may confidently rely on the purity and High-class Quality of the milk supply. Caws milked under strict personal supervision. Milk treated by latest scientifli appliances, render ing contamination impossible. Agent for Cl...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

In Memoriam. OVERTON.-In loving, memory of our dear .Mother. Emma M., who passed'to a higher life on the 19th February, 1920: ... She will never quite leave us, Our loved oneowho passed From the shadows below, To the su?light above. A thousand sweet memories, Are holding her fast, To the home that sheo blessed With her presence and lore. Inserted by her sorrowing son and daughters, Harry, Alice and Emma, Frankston.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

Frankston Directory Established 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) .Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash CARRUM DIRECTORY Seacombe House Opposite Station A Beach Frontage Phone I Crru ARRUM Phone 1 Crrum .Lnxder lTtie r Managemxent Mrs A. Samuels (late of Essendon), Proprietress. Vacancies for Boarders. Reasonable Winter and Summer Tariff. Meals at all Hours. Afternoon Tea, Cakes, etc. BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, Good Accommodation. A Home away from Home Confectionary, Soft Drinks, Soda Fountain, Tobacco Cigarettes, Cigars, &c . ... Motor Accessories & Oils Benzine, &s stocked. Only the Best Brands and Makes in Stock. Frankston and Carrum Carriers McLEOD ROAD, CARRUM City Address : 390 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne; Phone 6655 Central Going from Frankston, Carrarm, Chelsea, ete, DAILY to Melbourine ahd subn rbs; - Prices Moderate i" Satisfaction Guaraxinteed 'l, f17 J. PRENDERGAST,...

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The Soldiers Memorial Mr. A. G. Wilcox's Viewpoint To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

Tie Soldiers Menorial Mr. A. G. Wilcox's Viewpoint To the Editor. Sir,- I wish to draw the attention of all concerned to the fact that the funds in the hands of the Frankston I Memorial Committee are for the pur pose of erecting a Memorial Hall for returned soldiers. It was so decided at a public meeting, and all donations since then were received for that specific object. As the above is with in the knowledge of every committee man, the names should be published of those who are attempting to use money entrusted to their care for purposes other thaq frr which !It was collected.-Yours et: A. G. WILCOX Benalla, 13th Feb. 1922.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

. Frankston Directory.-o THE BAY VIEW HOTEL FR.ANKSTON. E. J. PAR.KER, Licensee BEST OF WINES, SPIRITS AND ALES. Alcocsl s Standard Billiard T: ble. Over the 20 Mile Radius Motor Cars for Hire Day and Night. Frankston [otor Garage Day ar d Night Service Cars Hf Iire NEW SIX CYLKNDER EUICK 0. J. OLSEII, Proprietor Petrol, Tyres, Oils no d Accesoties District Agent for 1921 Buick Model SJ. o e 's liotor Service Phone 17 Frankton. - Private Address--"Albury," Young St, Franketon Electrical Engineering J. J. GER*IRATY B E-S to inform the Public that he is carrying out Electrical Installntions in Frankston and dis trict. ..... Estimates Given Free. .... Address Sanville House, Playne Street, Frankston KE ST BROS. Wholesale and Retail Produce & Grain Merchants FRANKSTON. TI-tHE FARMERS' FRIEND We carry Large Stocks of Chaff & Grain of. all !k.ind SWe ;nvitel aS?aref of public patronage. All Gcods :Sold at Lowest 6oss bie Prices. vuuD AiD GOAL YARD PLAYNE STREET, VNEx",T FR...

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A Welcome Social LANGWARRIN. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

A Welcome Social LANGWARRIN. By Our Special-Reporter "A Tea meeting and Concert under the auspices of the Church bf Eng land Ladies Guild was held in the Langwarrin Recreation Hall, on Jan urary 24th, for the purpose of wel coming the new Vicar, the Rev W. J. Bainbridge. There was a large atten dance of church people, and others, qod the Rev A. P. McFarlane carried 6ut the duties of chairman very ably, Rev C. Angwin, of the Methodist Church, was a'so present, and ad dressed the meeting. The concert programme was well received and was supplied by Messrs W. Alsabitt, Hill and Bryant, and Misses M. Wickes, Dulcie Logan. Myrtle ('or lett and R. McFarlane. and addresses were also given by the Chairman, Rev A. P. McFarlane, Rev C. Angwin, and the new Vicar, the Rev W. J. Bainbridge. A very enjoyable eve ning was spent by all, and the pur pose of the gathering to welcome the new Vicar was well carried out. As usual in these events, much depends of the work preliminary of the Secre tary. Mi...

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THE WEEK'S EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

THE WEEK'S EPITOME. Bargain hunters are invited to attend Lyle's Sale, now in pro gress, opposite the Frankston railway station. Mr. Lyle has an attractive stock of all kinds of novelties. See advertisement. Mr. J. Prendergast is the man ager for the Frankston and Car rum Carriers. This firm has ini tiated a daily service from Frank ston, Carrum and Chelsea to Melbourne and suburbs. See ad vertisement. The official opening of the new State School at Seaford will take place on .Thursday next, 23rd inst., at 3 p.m. The ceremony will be performed by Sir Alex ander Peacock, Minister of Edu cation. Parents.and frienids are invited to attend. Later in the day the Minister will be enter tained at a dinner at Howell's dining rooms by the Progress Association and School Com mittee. - rcliminary work in connec tion with the remodelling of the Frankston railway yards has been -commenced. Extensive al terations and improvements are o' be made to meet the require ments of the electrification ser...

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Social to Mr Maxwell AT DANDENONG [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

Social to Mr 4axwoil AT DANDENONG While the Federal Treasurer (Cap tal? Bruce, M.C.) was abroad last year Mhr Maxwell. M.H.R., looked after the constituency of Fllndars. in recognition of his services in this connection Mr Maxwell was,|last Fri day evening, entertaiued at a social gathering at the Dandenong Townl Hall by Captain Bruce. Among the guests were Mr Wise, M.H.R., SMri Chandler, M.L.C., and represents ires of eight shires within the con stitnency. It wea a purely social gathoring party politics being for bidden. The health of Mr Maxwell was proposed by Captain Bruce and anpported by Cr Bath (Yarra Glen) and Mlr W. S. Cook (Mlornington). The Frankstou and Hastings Shire ounncll was represented by Crs Oates, Mlason, W'ells, Armstrong, Howell and Latham. The Franirston Branch of the National Federation sent re preasntatives in its president (Mr H, Gamble), Messrs P. Whesler and Crawford Young. Cr Stephens and Capt Davies attended from Mount Eliza; and the Morningtoo Shire Pre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

Great Summer Sale Goods are to be Cleared Regardless of Cost, so Come Early Here are a few of the Bargains we are offering Afew Ladies Cotton Crepe Dresses Extra good quality White Pique, sa at 15s each. orifice at 2e Iljd per yard Blouses in Print, Voile and Silk Galutea at eIs IIJ d per yard from 3s lId Unbleached Calioo at Is 3d White aprons from ls 9d Very good quality While Calico at Blaok aprons from i2s 6d ] s d per yard Blaok Cotton Stoohings at is Gd Good Cream Flannel at 2s Od per yd Bonds Artlficiil Silk Stockings, in Natural Flannel at 2s lid all Colors, from 3s lid to 12s lid Very special line of Sheeting--54 " A large stock of children's dressees Herringbone Twill at 2s lid; 80 " from 3s Gd each Horringbono Twill at 3s lid Very special line of Ladies Vests, Babies white silk Peter Pan Hants at mercerised (Bond's) at 4I lid 2e 9d each Also line of Cotton Vests at Is 9d Large Assortment of Summer Hate A few Flnanelette Night Dresses to for children go at 7s lid ' Ladls a...

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THANKS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

S'THANKS - To the rEditor. Str, -On behalf of the Franketon F-re'Brlgade, we desire to acknow ledge with sincere thanks the gener ons donation made by Mr W. F. G. O'Grady to the Brigade funda. In the present state of our finances, and the urgent need for additional- and improved fire-fighting equipment, Mr O'Grady's oheque is especially wel come.-Yours &c., D. Petrie, Cnpt, Ray Coxall, Secretary. '~Yesterday, the City. Coroner, held an inquest into the circum stances surrounding the death of Arthur Henry Morgan. an infant aged-15 months old, who died at the Children's Hospital, on the 27th January. A verdict was re turned that death was caused by scalds accidentally received at Frankston on January 23rd last. The Coronor added that the child, no doubt, was in a dying condition when taken to the doctor at Frankston, and Dr. Maxwell would have been better advised not to have ordered its removal . Mr Jas. McLellan, hon. sec., advertises in this issue, a highly attractive progra...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

. The followsing letter lhas. been received by Capt. D. Petrie of the: Frankston Fire Brigade, from .the Seaford Progress Association: "At a meeting of (myyassociation, held- Saturday; Janluary I ,I:: instructedl : to conivey~ toyyo it litc Sincere thaniks and apfrcciatioiibof mny memibers. at. your -promist rcadiness.,to atttend at the fire iat Seaford onj anuary ?i? :My isso ciation; deeply regrets that ancas persion las beenpublished in: sa daily. Iaieri reflectiig: upiion your actions in :conncction?. with:. thli fire, and si de tsire.yotin to, kindly assure ;your. brigade thiat their readiness :"-ol 'the occasionii was cery highly aippreciated? By ai very regrettable. coincidence i more .serious' fir-:here `hhas ~ttai~n place since.tlie aboib einc m tin'giand I haive thei presidlentts commiaid to con cy ,to you our I-dchp igrati tude for thel pronptitudl cof "your response to our i eed, an~i eourii great admiration -san?tld .stincere thanks for,',the spllEdid ,wo0rk of your bri...

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BATHS AT FRANKSTON. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

BATHS AT FRANKSTON. To the Editor. - Sir,-In your last week's issue there is a suggestion to croct baths at Frankston. Is this the thin edge of the wedge to finally stop open sea bathing altogether? From a business point of view it is likely to prove a-failure, be cause (a) on account of the con stantly shifting sand banks no permanent depth can be relied on; (b) the exposed position and oc casional very heavy seas would necessitate a very solid and ex pensive structure; (c) if one bath only was erected, there, would have to be separate times for male and female bathers, which would debar one sex from bathing while the other sex enjoyed the water; (d) it would be too far for residents- from, say, ,the -'Mile Bridge or Oliver's Hill to go to (presuming the baths were to be erected on the, sight of the -old ones); (e) Frankston is an excep tionally safe beach, where non swimmrers have a splendid oppor tunity to learn to swim with the assistance of a swimmer (who is often of the oonosi...

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McFee and Reid in Form [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

McrFee ana iclia In riorni .I his acl.h was played at Rhyill last Saturiday ii a"sweltcr 'iig heant. Cow?s wsni'the toss and elected to field. The Iwl ing oliectd well :with O. Boys 'cauitolf Fo . J enner, in the sec ond o(er, buti McFee Brothers sooni-hadtlci' trundlers in trouble. " RTI YL L. O. Bovs. c'l1. 'Je'er, Ib'1F. Jcnner G P. afi'ee, st. Craft, ) G. Jenner 55 S. McFee, st. Craft, b H. Jcnner 34 V. '.Reid, not,-bout ..1 .... . .. ,4 S. Walton, st. Craft; b "G.-Jeinner a D. Wallon, b .. Jctllc ...... K. Mcllwraith, c N. McLaidy' b SG. Jenner .. .. .. 5 S. McFcc, st. Craft, b 1-I. JIcincr 34 R. W\allon, c Clark, b G. Jcinecr 0 T. Richardson, I) G. Jesncr .. 5. 0. Un!derdown, c Craft, b G. Jcn iner . ..;....... 20 *' Sunldries . j;..; . .'..'.... .. 5 otl .. .. . .. .. 175 COWVES. C. Clark, c Boys, b S. Walton .. 26 F. -latfield, c Reid, b S. Walton 10 F. Jcniter, c Rccd;lb D. Walton .. 1 \V. Findlay, c hlMcce, b D. Walton 1 N..MlcLardy, lbw,b D. Walto .. 1. G. Jecniir, not. b...

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THE HONOR LIST. No. VI. BEST BATTING PERFORMANCES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

'';THE HIONOR LIST^ *; ; a VI. BEST.BATTINGPERFORMANCES W.-E. 'attkins Fraikstii .... 101 W.' Carlson, Carrunll: .. .. -. .. 8 W; Carlson;,Cairrii . .. . ..85 W; Carlsorn: Carrumr .. ..'. 68 B. Le Huray, H.istings .. . . 6 W. Raikine;: Mornington .j .." 61 H. Jenncr; Cow .N . 6. . 5 A. Kerr, Somerville . .. P, MoFee, Rhyll.. ... 55 G. Grant, Somerville .... . :55 H. Jcnncr, Cowes .. . 54 A. J. Noble, Tyabb: .:. 52 A.. Hunter, Seaford ... .. . 52 - Biggs, schr., Carrumn ;;.:. 45 W. Rold, Rhyll.. .:.. 44 C. Lawrcy, -Fraikston' '.. " 14 C. Tlhornell, Somncrville '.. .. 41 - Robertson,.- Seafo'rd': . :: I:.:'-41 E. LaRing, :Canrri .'. . 39 SHughcs, Sciford.?.; .':, . 7" 37 J. D. Grant; :Ty.bb '.. . : 37 - Ainderson, Seaford. .;. :. 3C A. D3enhain, Tyabbu-; :. - 36 A. Ji. Noblc, Tyabb: 35 S. MoFee,Rbyll. .* 84 K. Wcbb,. Someirville-:- ..:: . "232 W. E. Watkins,,Frranlkston 5..*f '3'82 A. D. Box, : Fralkston .... 31 B. Baxter, Frarikstoii .. ;-. 31 -.Browne, Crib -Poin'.- ; ..:: 30 D. Ken...

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OUR VENTNOR LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

OUR VENTNOR LETTER. By Our Special Reporter. The quiestion whether the ni~o tor tractor, is going. to. rcplace the horse for ;farm work: is a subject much iwritten and ;talkcd about -of:'late. Jn an article .rc cently .written by Mr: Henry Ford, of. the Ford car famfe, he claims that the problem has been successfully solved on his own farm in favour of the tractor. One.,day, last wreek a. trial' was `given .f ,: . ; new ' two-wheeled tractor knuown ks the u1irnaju, whicli requires 0o13 one man to operate it when-used -for any of Sthd following purposes :--Iaulmig a plough,, binder, harvester, or any other. farm machinery. While, to a nautical man,: the guiding of- his-: essel by -operat ing a wheel domes :astsceond na ture to the, farmer a?ho. all his life has-beenf used to guiding his team cf horses; lwhiich represents his power by the means of reins, this method of control has been alpplied to this : new .tractor. W\hile the idea is not altogether original,.new methods .have been ...

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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

SOMERVILLE. Thei schcdulc of4 prize's for tlih Somerville Sliow is''hnow :being printed at thie Stfanidaird office, and '-will :be. in;c?rculation' ,-icxt iclck. 1 hlic show takes laccOt . 15th FMarch and grcat interest i. being (.dispjlayedl ,ia p'rcparing for thliis popular vent, which is the premier fruit' :iohibitiohn of the eState '- i feature of_ iiitfrest thi year will be atspecial dis play, in' the ~idDmpe6 ofa han'dsoiiic trophy-:'of ifruit-, grown' by. tlhe Returned Soldiers :of tlie- districto The ring events, as usual, piro vidle a nmpilesco] ?e ,for :lovers, of horses to contribute tto tlih' d-Y's critertaininci t.

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PHILLIP ISLAND FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

PHILLIP ISLAND -FIRES. \\'hilc. people oni the mainland were sweltering ii a lihit of oxver 103, residcnts.of tlhe Isl nd found 96 quite. bad enough, pairticular ly with bush fires in the vicinitv, trying to c\cn things. up a.l it. On:Sundaly fire started about four:; iniles from: Cowes, on Ncx; lhav\ii ?Road. A chafinge of ,wiid catised it to si.eii, through l Mr. E:; Cleeland's ; iaddoclk~ iii wvlich the ccemetery is situatel. "Littile dahlige ? ':as done, eMic ft tt fcifie iiig butf M?r A. Findlay lost a small sliscd. On, Moiiday -a fircstartdcci at tlie. backl of the racecourse on some ' very scrubby; lnhod, -and, driven by: a strong northerly wind,- it i-cacheld -within :5o -yards of '. W\cbster's residence; when an;clinge 'of 11iiil- tiiltl : it tn v:nr:'ds -Mi.i: .aid)onis o libouse. Ilcrc ai ?tldy of froiii 40 to" 6o ohluitcers facedd it 1nhd "by' haird work tininaigec to-wsave cthe build ings: Motor 'cars eonxdvlyed fire fightlcr 'froint Cowes, a'nd: a li?rge pairty?:?f i V...

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AROUND ABOUT COWES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

AROUND ABOUT COWES. By Our Specal Reportcr. During the recenit heat wave of the last weel-end the maximunu shade readings at Cowes were: Saturday, rIth' Fcbruarv, 95.2; Sunday, 12th "February, 96.7. as compared with the city readings for the same dates'of 1ol.2 and 703.6 respectively. On Sunday morning at 9 o'clock, although the thermometer recorded 89 de grees, the humidity was remark ably lo??, being only 32, making the heat not nearly so oppres sive. Rain is badly needed, many be ing right out-of water, having to resort to carting, while those who havt supplies are watching them diminish with anxiety daily. On account -of" ihe extreme dryness of -feed, those interested in dairying find their milk de creasing; one large butter pro ducer reported.a falling off in his week's output of 2olbs. With the opening of the new term at the schools this week, the children return homeward.,to begin their studlies for anotlier year; benetitted by the time spent at the seaside. In spite of this:...

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TANTI MARKET. February 6th, 1922. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

TANTI MARKET. February 6th, 1922. Alex Seott and Co. Pty. Ltd. report:-We held our monthly market at Tanti on the above date, when we had forward an exceptionally good yarding of cattle, sheep, pigs, calves, etc. The usual local and Dandenong buyers were present in great force. For cattle (milkers and springer) bidding was very- brisk, and the prices realised were, if anything, above Melbourne rates. Store cattle were hard to dispose of. The sheep market was in clined to be dull at first, but im proved towards the end, when bidding was keen. We had a total clearance of sheep. On the pig side competitiotia was ani mated. especially for slips and suckers; we cleared every pig. Top prices are quoted as follows: :Milkers, £8/2/6 to £fo/5/-; forward springers, R7/5/- to £8; stores, £4 to £6; heifers, £2 5/- to £4/17/6; fat cows, £7 to 2/6; bulls, £4/5/- to £6. Sheep: £7/0o/-; bullocks. £7 to £S 2 tooth lambs,- 5/7 to 17/5; mix ed sheep to 15/4; ewes, to 14/-; crossbred ewes, to 12/-;. ra...

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ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

ABOUT PEOPLE. Viscount Dunwich, who has been holidaying at Phillip Island, left by the. 3lalw?a on SaturJay last for China, where he will join his ship, the H.M.S. Hawkins, Mr E. J. Cotter, IM.L.A., was amongst the visitors to Frankston on Saturday last. Rev E. G. Iamble, who has been holidaying at Cowes, has returned home to Richmond. Mr Clive Leonard, who is sell known as a owner of racehorses, Is at present on a holiday visit to Flinders. It may not be generally known that Detectives Piggott and Brophy, the two outstanding figures in the Alma Tirtschke tragedy, are natives of Cowes. Miss Rosa Alba, the famous lyric soprano, is to visit London shortly. She is a native of Hastings, and has many friends on the Penin- sula.

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