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Our Tyabb Letter TYABB v. CRIB POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

Uur TyaoD Letter TYABB V. CRIB POINT. Tyabb easily defeated Crib Point, at Tyabb, last Saturday. The visitors had only eight-play -rs.; Fred Mills captured 7- wic kets for -ti. The brightest fea iire of the afternoon's play was a zdsiinE innings byhv A'. Noble. i Scores: ,. ^"',-,-.TYABB.' Fred 'Mills, b Stewart .:.' .; H. Unthalnk. Ibw, b Radford .. 16 Jack Baker, c.F. Bennetts, b-Rad . ford... . ... '... . ... :. .. 6 J. D. Grant, . retired .:. .. ...... 37 Ray- Borley, b' Radford . .. 7 A. E., Denham, b Stewart ;. 1 Arnold Noble, run out .. . . 52 HI. Russell, c Storey (sub;), b Sennetts .. ...... ..3 Harry Denhant, not out ;.. 5 0. Thornell, b.Stewart .... 8 Bert Noble, b Stewart .. 0 ..... 0 Sundries .. :... .. .; .... 8 Total .. .. . 144 Bowling:. C., Stewart. 4 for 53, F: Kennetts 1 for 21, .%V. Rdnlford 3 for 36, J. Lake 0 for 15, W. F. Roger. Sfor 1. ' - CRIB POINT. Fred Bennetts, c Noble, b Mills 0 1V.' F. Rogers, 'b Aills .. 0.. WVill Allen. b Mills .. . C. B. Stewart, b-...

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Around About Carrum (Written specially for "The Standard.") [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 February 1922

Around About Carrunm (\Vritten specially for "The Standard.") The monthly meeting qf the local branch of the Fathers' As :ociation was held last week at he residence of Mr. Meldrium. the president (Mr. J: Davis) bc cupied the; chair.- Mr. F.X.\V. True was appointed to represent the branch a- the annual con--I terence to be iheil on the 28ot inst, at the' Masonic, Hall, Mel bourne. Accounts amounting to £2/11/6 were passed for pay ment; while the -treasurer (Mr. Meldrum) reported the credit balance as £5/2/7. The hon.' secretary (Mr. .J. Robertson) stated that he had received dona tions from Messrs. Vr. Burns and \V. Davis.- After a friendlyJ -vening of a couple of hours the riceting adjourned. . Off Thursday night we had a 'isit from the AMordialloc Pipe Band, who held a concert in the iall-in aid of'iheir uniform fund. A good 'attendance was present, nd the concert was thoroughly njoyed.. Our local representatives .(Crs. W. Stephens, H. Rigby and A. Boyd are doing their best for th...

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

CORNER STORE COWES, Phillip Island Is the most up-to-date store on Phillip Island. We have a fine assortment of Groceries, Drapery, Ironmongery, Fancy Goods, Boot, Shoes, Crockery, Glassware............................ etc. Campers! Useful Visitors! We can supply you We have a large stock with bread, groceries, PRESENTS of sand shoes, tennis fresh meat, bacon, shoes, bathing cos kerosene. :: crdials, tomes, bathing Caps, tinware, etc, at the face creams and pow shortest notice. We Tobacco .. Cigarettes, ders, writing ateri Pipes, Cigars, Cigarette stock only the best and Cigar Cases. Scents, als, magazines and brands of goods and Wallets. Powders. Hand- books. We alo sell our prices are the kerchiefs.. Needleork sporting cartridges. and hundreds of other lowest possible. - useful articles suitable for presents for young - - S ..... and old ...... Write or Phone Write or phone ..o. . g ?, _ - Cowes 8 G WILLIAMIS & SON LATE A.IF. COWES PHILLIP ISLAND Phorne No. S Phillip Islan...

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COWES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 February 1922

COWES. Mr.. Norman 'l abitt and 'Mr. P. S. .Iecce retuirned to Mel bourne oti Saturday, after spend ing a fortnight's holiday at "Cora I;ync," .Cowcs; duiring which time they had the (Apcricncc of as sisting to extinguish bush fires. - ,,The looked-fori ind welcome raiti, which -reached some. inland parts of the State?onT Sunday, andl the vicinity of the city on Mon lay,. landcd on thel Island on Tuesday,' :when " shortlly. after inoon, steady rain set in for, three hours, 30 points being registered.' In the e;ening,. light :rain', gain fell, culiiiinating in' h thunder stoimr shortly after: ten,' acconm panied: l! sonic very heavy rain: pTis l::prorluced . fulrthcr 59 points,' briliging : the dlay's record to 89 pbints This is the heaviest fall'i on one :dayI for r ver: *six months;-:: whelic, on August 11th, 139 points were. recordedl . The present "fall now briligs the re= cord for :the month to 22nd up to- 107,i points.

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THE WEEK'S EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 February 1922

THE WEEK'S EPITOME. The monthly- meeting of ' executive of the Combined Pro gress Associations (Frankston to Aspendale) will be held at Car rumn to-morrow night. Members of the - Frankston, Carrum land Chelsea fire brigades arctd be entertained at a smoke social to-morrow (Saturday)' night by the residents of Sca ford. - - Applications are invited by ad vertisement alppearing in another column for the position of secre tary and librarian to the Frank ston Mechanics' Institute, re turnable at .the annual meeting to be held at 8 o'clock on Mlon day night next. 31r. C. Da1l man, who held the position for several years, has left the "dis trict, andt whoever is appointed will be expected to take' up his duties immediately. - The busi ness of the general meeting will be to receive the annual report and- balance-sheet and elect oflice bearers- for -the: ensuing year. - Mr. H. Stock, of the Dental Surgery, Melbourne, advertises in anotherJ column that he visits HIstings everi -.secnd wcel&a...

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HASTINGS v. TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 February 1922

1-IASTINGS v: :TYABB. These teamnis met at tHastings lact Saturdiy "and an interiesting match resulted. in a drawn game. Scores:- : TYABB. Fred Mills, b IFloyd .. .:. . 1 H: Unthan"k, ruin out :'. ". 30 A. E. Denlhain, b Floyd . . :-. 4 Jackl Grant b fiMarabelli?. . : 1 Harry I)Denham, not.out,.; .;- 66 H. T. Noblc, 'l FFiicis"'i.. 16 Dave Longnlnir, b Iirabella 4 Ray'i Borlcy; b Francis. ... :. . 10 J: 'T. Baker,. -.yloyd . . . - 6 "Trott! King, noi-oti 9 Sundries .. . 5 Total: for 7 wickets . .170 (Innings declaredclosed- - Bowling: F. Floyd 3 x 49, k] :.ara bella 2 x:4 .4D;: Reid 0 36 :B; Francis 2 x 31 "HASTINGS.~:_: B. Le HSray,; b 'Fred Mills -: 4 G. Knox, c A Derhim, b Harry Denhiai' .38 H.' Carinicl el, b J.: Balcer 11 5. Ward, not. out- ._? `.16 S.. ?Iarabellanotnout; ..? P..` TIotal for3 ickuc.s.. 73 3Bosliiig F'. Mill 1 . 22, D. Long uir 1 x 12, .J; Blakelr x 12,, H. Untliank 0 ' '13,A. S.: lodgins 0 x 3. H. Dcnhamtl: x 10.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 February 1922

GreatSummer Sale Goods are to be Cleared Regardless of Cost, so Come Early Here are a few of the Bargains we are offering- A few Ladies Cotton Crepe Dresses Extra good quality White Pique, sea at 15s each. crlfice at 2s iljd per yard Blouses in Print, Voile and Silk Galatea at Is IIMd per yard from 3s lid Unbleached Calico at Is 3d White aprons from is 9d Very good quality 'hite Callco at Black aprons from 2s Gl ls 3d per yard Black Cotton Stockings at ls 6d Good Cream Flannel at 2s 9d per yd Bonds Artiflcial Silk Stockings. in Natural Flannel at 2s 6d all Colors, from 3i lid to 12e IId Very sEpecial line of Sheeting--54 " A large stock of children's dresses Herringbone Twill at 2s 1ld; 80" from 3s 6d each Herringbone Twill at 3s lid Very special line of Ladies Vests, Babies white silk Peter Pan Hats at morcerised (Bond's) at 4s lid 2s 9d each Also line of Cotton Vests at Is 9d Large AEsortment of Sumsoer Hats A tow Flanneletto Night Dresses to fdr children go at 7s lid Ladies and G...

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PEARCEDALE v. SOMERVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 February 1922

PEARCEDALE v. SOMERVILLE. Somerville defeated.. Pearce dale last. Saturday, at .Parcedale. Scores: : Valc, b Hutchinson. .. ... 7 N. Pearce, b Gomm .. .._.. 3 Thornnam, b Gomm ..- ...... 0 S; Parcec, b Gomm .. 0 McConville, lbw, b Hutchinson .0 E.'-Hillma.n; not: out ... . 16 T. Pearce; b Williams. ... .. 0 Drumnond, b Williams . .. 0 W. Craig, c Millington, b Knuckey 6 B. Craig, b Knuckey .. 0 A. Telford, b Hutchinson .. 12 Sundries .. .. 18 'Total.. . 62 Bowling: Hutchinson 3 x 4, Gomm 3 x 7, Williams 2 x 8, Knuckey 2 x 7, Wcbb' 0 x 8, Millington 0 x 10. SOMERVILLE. S. Martin,; retired .. 2. .. .:. 28 K. WVcbb, retired 36 F.' Williams, :c McConville, b: Hillnan.; 0 N+ Unthank, b Hillman ?...'.. O0 A..Millington, c and b Hillman 0 W. Tyrec, b Hillman ;. 8 P. :Thornell, run out .. . 0 C. G. Gomm, b McConvillc .. .. G-61 J. .Knuckcy, c Vale, b -lillman 1 J. M\onk, not out.. . .. .. - \V. Hutchinuon, absent .. 0 Sundries .. . ,7 Bowlng:i -Vale 0 .x- 23.; S. :Pearce 0 . '::0.Hill an ii...

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 February 1922

HASTINGS. ' ' The Church of England at Hastings will miss o6ne. of their most able helpers in Miss Ben ton, who leaves this week for South Austialia. . A .staunch worker in all the a'ctivities:of the church;, never: aaway. from -her place in the ?:chir, and alw\ays sympathetic aiid eagr to. help all who coii?fied in lier;, she will be very hard to ,eiplace.' By ithat loss, hou eve'r;, South 'Australia will gain,, -and , the,: goodi wishes of all who kniew herA'iill always be \,'itlih her: World fameeis lbeing reflected on tlie rdsidenlts iof Hastinags'and district: Miss Amy Bolter, no.w lrs. Whitc; is to recciiv eagrecat farewell concert:'in 't he ': Sydney Town Hall; ?rior to .herdepar ture for ,London: ,:In the 'hands of Dame Cl?ra Butt, she is there to receive a 'few final lessons in singing fro'im';the world's master singers,'atid -'those who have heardt'here in .Victoria feel con fideit thaltshe 'will fulfil all their expectations aind sing herself into. line wvith the peerless...

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SEAFORD v. FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 February 1922

SEAFORD v. FRANKSTON. Seaford suffered defeat at Frankston" on Saturday last. Scores:- SEAFORD. F. Moflitt, b Watkins .. .. .. 6 J. G. Johnston, run out .. 4 T. Savelle, c and b .Baxter ;. 26 W\. Davis, c WV. McComb, b 8 Kemp . .. 8 H. Daly, e and b Burton . C. Moffitt, c Burton, b W. lc Comb ?. J. Johnston, st Kennedy, b Bax-a ter 8 G. Johnston, b V. lcComb 0 J. Ramsden, b WV. McComb .. A. Disney, c Burton, b- Box .. 2 L. Ryan, not out .... . 6 Sundries .. . .. . 6 Total .. .... .? .. . ? 70 Bowling: Box I x 13. Watkins 1 x 5, IIague 0 x 10, Burton 1 x 9, Kemp 1 x 1, W. McComb 3 x 14, B. Bax ter 2 x 3. FRANKSTON. - \V. 11. Hanton, b Daly . 3 H. IlcComb, b Daly 3 1W. E. Watkins, c and b loflitt 34 A. D. Box, retired . .. '52 W e. McComb, c and b Moffitt 3 AL. Kemp, b Moffitt . . 2 R. F. Burton, not out .. .. .20 Arthur Hague. c and b Daly .. 14 B. Baxter, did not bat ..-.. D. Kennedy, did not bat .. . - Sundries .. 5. -:Total for 7 wickets;..: .. 136 -Bowling: Daly 3 x 29,J'G. G.Joh...

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SEAFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 February 1922

Extensir:e improvements are being made- to the Iolid:liy Home 'at Sea ford, which is i.i;?ul the manage merit of the Youngi Women's Chris tain. Association. A large dining room, a dormitory, and a sleeping out verandah are amongst the im provements, and-there is now accom madation for 40. The home is excep tionally popular dui'ing week-ends. Miss Deans, a trained nurse, is in charge. During last week-end there were 33 visitors at the home, among them Miss Carver the physical direc tress from the Y.W.C.A., Adelaide. Miss Carver was originally leader of the Kookaburra Club, in the Mel bourne association, and members were glad of the opportunity of mieet ing her again. Crib Point have had two, de= feats on -recent .Saturdays. On the' 11th inst. they' could only muster eigt.iJ men ,to go to Ty a'lib, whcr;.they,eiit down in-I gloriously to ": tlh? "local eleven; who plut together 144 runs:" Of these A. Noble made 52 in good style; and i J. D. Grant-: retired after making" 37. Stewart ca...

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Cricket A. J. BIGGS HITS OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 February 1922

Cricket A. J. BIGGS HITS OUT. 7i - Carrum ..conunltinced ia tiwo dilys' match agsainsit thleMIcrc'sntile" Cricket Club a.nt Carruon oni Saturdayl last. Carrunin batted tirst, and 'conpild 84 runs in thecir first inninugs." Appended are the seorcs:=- CARRUM.;." , \V.,Cirlson, b Iloilston . ::; 11 Biggs,' scnr., stp,' b Anderson. 3'i .3 L; Green,, b Vatson . \ .J. Biggs, e, b Robcrtsoi ; 25 A. Boyd, :b :atson. W :. . 2 E. Laging,g b Robertson i: b. .; .5 D. Wright b Robertson:- ::i i:'- 0O P. Tregcnt, :?, bRobrtson - :"'..;? D.' Allan (capt.) b Anderson .'8 A: =Aathewson, b 'atson;. r ::_~--_T H. Stride, not out 0.'::..:'r 0 Sundries ". .. 6 Total - 84 Bowling.-Alndrsonn, t-two" ickets for .24 :runs;'.Hoilstonii: one for, -7; Lawell,', none: for 3;',Robertsonrifour? for 9; Watson, thrcef6r-25.; -.,: On' Saturday, .Februaryil18, French; Island visited :Bitternand -- after a ,very enjoyable' game :Bittern proved the .victors:s?_ Allen again' bowvldd ' in fine. formns obtaining gfour wic...

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SEAFORD'S NEW SCHOOL. OPENED BY MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 February 1922

SEAFORD'S NEW SCHOOL. OPENED BY MINISTER. "I have. not seen a better one roomed school in the State,". was the verdict of Mr. Tait, Director of Education, when he inspected the new school at Seaford yes terday afternoon. - The occasion was the official opening of the building by Sir Alexander Peacock, Minister of Education. Seaford residents met with lit tle success in their agitation for a new school until Sir Alex. as sumed office. About 12 months ago he. promised a (deputation from the Progress Association and school committee, that the build ing so long promised would be erected at once, and that he would perform the opening cere mony.- He did not forget his part of the contract, and Seaford yesterday marked its keen appre ciation of his action. There was a large. attendance of residents and visitors at the school to welcome the Minister, who was accompanied -by Hon. A. Downward, M.L.A., and Mr. Tait, Director of Education. They were met by members of the Progress Association an...

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AROUND ABOUT COWES. THE ISLAND RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 February 1922

AROUND ABOUT COWES. THE ISLAND RAINFALL. It is 40 years since the-first meteorological observatories re gardingthis interesting and, to the, man-'on the land, .very im portailt subject, began to be re corded. So far back in the dim past is it, that the name of the first official recorder - is not known, but the following names of subsequent recorders will call back fo old residents of the'Is land many interesting events: \VW. Savage, John Brophy, -con stables; while in 1888 Robt. Blackie acted till -Mounted-Con stable Alfred Thornton .took charge of the gauge until his re moval. In June, 1893, Mr. Wr. Dixon, of "Fcrneyde," became recorder till 1909, when the po lice station again -became the site of the gauge, in charge of Chiistable Dunn, who was fol lowed by Constable Featherstone. In 1912 the gauge was removed to the residence of H. E. Thomp son; and in July, 1915, the -sta tion became a climatological; one. Dividing the period of 40 years into four decades, the average rainfall ...

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MINISTER ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 February 1922

MINISTER --ENTERTAINED.' An : adiournment i:,'was- then made.: to HIow ell iDiniing 'Rooms where the ".Minister, and visitors were'. entertaiied at tci by thc Progress :. Associationi' aind -thke Scho6l Coniii tteS; ?'M rC. Hcn ter, .presideit 'off the -.Progress Associatiozi, presided.;.'i After-the' Loyal. toast:, had,. belen c lduly honored, li * Mr. 'I-ii?tr proposed 'the toast of the State Parliament . He said the 'pcople wire - i ro'?6ud' of "the Govcrnmnent ind :referred parti cularly: to -the' success'vwhichl had attended the. flotation 'of the re cent loan;. ' Sir Alcxander Peacock, in re spionding, said he idas not a poli tical chicken--he had been four times Minister of Education. He had learned the art of dealing with the present and looking to the future. -He did not allow the past .to trouble him. He hiad enjoyed this meeting with the Scaford people very much, and congratulated them on liv ing in such a delightfil spot. Mr. Martorana gave the toast "Our Member." He sai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 February 1922

CORNER STORE COWES, Phillip Island Is the most up-to-date store on Phillip Island. We have a fine assortment of Groceries, Drapery, Ironmongery, Fancy Goods, Boot, Shoes, Crockery, Glassware.... ......... ........... etc. Campers! UsefulN Visitors! We can supply you We have a large stock with bread, groceries,f " PRESENTS of sand shoes, tennis fresh meat, bacon, s ahoes, bathing cos kerosene. :: cordials, ' tumes, bathing caps, tinware, etc, at the face creams and pow shortest notice. We- Tobacco Cigarettes, ders writing mater SPipes, Cigars, Cigarette stock only the. best and Cigar Cases, Scents, als, magazines and brands of goods and Wallets, Powders, Hand- books. We also sell our prices are the kerchiefs .. Needlework sporting cartridges. lwto l and hundreds of other lowest possible. useful articles suitable for presents for young ...... and old . - Write or Phone Write or phone r-i-- Cowes 8 Cowes 8 Ce G WILLIAMS & SON LATE A.I.F. COWES PHILLIP ISLAND Phone No. 8 Phillip...

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SPORTING NOTES AND ANECDOTE ALL BRANCHES OF SPORT STORY AND COMMENT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 February 1922

SPORTING NOTES AND ANECDOTEI ATJT RRANfCPre OF SPORT By "STRATHIVMORE" STORY AND COMMENT '"HE Caulfield Futurity Stakes is the attraction to morrow, and 20: horses and alleged horses have be come final acceptors for the £3000 event. As the dis S tance is on -: -pf '7gs, Demetrius,and Wish Wyn ne should i.r .: he fat cheque-is to go-Mel bourne or Sydney. Demetrius looks well, and Wish Wynne is the goods, so, seeing they meet on equal terms, one of them should score. Eurythmic, Green stead, and Braehead may give them a merry time. The rest of the field, apary ii-om Speciality, are third rates. -. ~ .:. .~·.. SATIRE AND VERSE. "The aroma arising from the nearby waters intoxicated the very air with its exquisite per fume," says Beatrice Grimnshaw in one of her novels. Surely the buxom lady wasn't referring to the Kananook Creek? One of the city dailies states that there is one chance in 64,000,000,000 of one person's fintger-tips being ..identical ,~ with that of another! \We'll take hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 February 1922

Frankston Directory , BAY STREET BAKERY F. M. Herbert .......... Baker, Pastry Cook and Caterer ............ Only the best 'rticles supplied.... We study the wishes of our customers....... Lette?s, etc. receive attention. Picnic Parties & Socials * Catered for. .. Afternoon Tea a Speciality. .. Bread Delivered Daily. BAY STREET, FRANKSTON W. J. Withington (20 years as General Ilnd with L. Foster Son, .ioelbouroe) Informs the public of Fr nksto nd district that he has commenced busie?ss s...... , , SADDLER . Fi seat lnas .Workmanship, Guaranteed at lMelbourne Prices. Note the address-Next to Brown & Muir's, the bla*ksmiths Playne Street ..:,. Frankston AiAsses e al??a 108 Emos 0 play FinefXmas Toys, Fancy... Goods and Stationery suitable for Xmas presents. Less than city pricecs. FRIRLIGHI .HOUIS, Younm t. FRANI TON FRANKSTON DAIRY Pure 14ilk, direct fromn the Owner's well known Dairy larm Coltotltrs l:iy Colltlollstly rely (1o the purity anld High-ocls8 Quality of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 February 1922

F rankston Directory Established- 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston Good1Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash T Private- - ospita Molt' :urne Road (near Mile Bridge) Tel 99 Matron - ,riss H. C. Creswick, A.T.N.A., R.V.T.N.A 033 'ETRIC AND GENERAL CASES RECEIVED .-P TURES: *Frankston Pictures Company Limited Pictures as Usual Saturday night. :: Two excellent 5-part Features, Comedy, Gazette and Travelogue. "Mliss Gibbs" is the piece de Monte Blue, will be the second resistance to-morrow night. It is feature. It is a romance with a adapted from the drama of that sprinkling of comedy and pathos name, and was written by one of in it. the best story writers of the day -Jerome K. Jerome. It was Note - Exit should be made produced at the Realart studios, through the front and side doors and Wanda Hawley heads the only, .where pass-out tickets are cast which makes "Miss Gibbs" handed out, and not by the doors a...

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BY THE WAY. (Written Specially for "The Standard.") AN IMMIGRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 February 1922

BY THE WAY. (Written Specially for "The Standard.") AN IMMIGRANT. The matron ' of the steamer "Largs Bay" says one of the im migrant girls nominated for farm work brought her golf sticks and seventy frocks, and is on a tour rountid the world. Deceit, dis honesty, false pretences are here. 'Tahe Commonwealth Government has paid ptart of the passage of this much befroclced golfer, golfiste, or golferette. 'J'his pub lie money was splent on condi tion she should do farm work, but instead of becoming a milk maid shet Iproploses golf and a sca tripl, on which she will air some of lier frocks three 'score and ten;.' Ottucry, is there not ground of iagal'. actiotn against her for breach -of agreaementt? But perhaps swe wrong her.' She may be going to a farm. If not, .shec should refund that part of the, fare we taxpa.yers paid. Roguery in all trades. yes, and it must be exposed and punished. Iminigrants comig utinder false pretences should be given to un derstand that the alternative is ja...

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