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TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922

TYABB. On Monday, 6th inot., a demon stration of apple packing, will be held at the Tyabb Co-operative Co's Cool Store. Mr P." J. Carmody, Chief Orchard ' Inspector, knowing of the hundred different methods or systems used in packing, and again, in some cises, of the igniorance of any proper pack at all among new growere, has arranged to give all growers on opportunity of. seeing a pack whicb, universally used, would be, in his opinion, a boon to the apple growing industry. Mr Krole, the Government demonstrator, will carry out the demonstrations, and the Company's secretary, Mr Houlfe, hopes that a large number of growers will avail themselves of the oppor tunity of receiving hints on packing.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922

SEAFfORD DIRECTORY Try A RMSTRONG'S Station Store, Seaford FOR High Class Groceries, Tobacco Cigarettes, Confectionery and - Soft Drinls, And compare our prices with leading stores in the city Motor Drives Arranged When You Visit Seaford Call at the POST OFFICE STORES Orders Called for and Delivered. Furnished Houses to Let u! Wthorised News Agent. Papers Delivered Daily Tel. 1eaford . The Seaford Refreshment Rooms Morning and Afternoon Tea. Dinner, z2.;;o to 2.30 Daily. Three Courses. 2s. Cabs and Motors arianged for K 0 e-m X A," ry? Wholesale. and Retail Produce & Grain Merchants FRANKSTON. THE FARMERS' FRIEND We carry Large Stocks of Chaff & Grain of all kinc We invite a share of public patronage. All Goods Sold at Lowest Possible Prices WOOD AND GOAL YARD PLAYNE STREET, SAVIN, "BAr FRANKSTON HARRISON AND GOLDS A. _ 1 ft BLOCKS 2 ft FIREWOOD -- , j and BLACK HOUSEHOLD COAL BLACK & BROWiN COAL FOR SALE eARPENTER L. G. MORRISS AN JOINER All classes of House...

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RED HILL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922

The Rod Hill show will be held on March 29th. The display of fruit promises to be exceptionally fine.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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AROUND ABOUT COWES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922

AROUND ABOUT COWES. The Cowes School Piano Fund now stands at £59 is Sd. A meeting of parents to elect a new school committee is being held'at Cowes School, on Friday next, at 14 p.m. Under the new scheme instruc tion by correspondence for Inter mediate Certificate, two pupils of the Cowes school, are now re ceiving lessons. Miss Violet Anderson and Master Findlay Forrest are the two in question, and it is earnestly hoped that many others will in future follow their example, and thus raise the standard of country education. Audiences at Cowes Hall were much pleased with the fancy dancing of Miss Vera Bleech more. She appeared on three different occasions, and each time obtained a well-merited encore. The rainfall for February exceeded the usual average by more than 100 points. MrJohn Norling has arrived at Rbyll from Tasmania with the new fishina craft, the Tasman. The H.M.A.S. Swordsman, which hee been visiting Westeraport, hab The earth tremor was distinctly felt all over Phillib ...

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LANGWARRIN. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922

LANGWARRIN. At the Criminal Court, before Justice Schutt,. on Wednesday, Robert' Rivett, of Baxter, was sentenced to six months impris onment for having shot (and wounded) an old man with intent dnring a drinking bout; He was ordered-to be detained in a refor matory prison at the expiration of his sentence.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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CARRUM. FINE AND LARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922

CARRUM. By Our Special Reporteir. a FINE AND LAR L.si?:w?eek nin tihese notesit: was in cntioicd mabout t tie Irie'i a bibaiges tint stvere growlvi herebut nohowk-,e uit ;sonethbingf hat cane:bo cse'e ini tlihe?iilndod of Messrs. Rolibrison?and Stepelns i thati" knocks' it clean oat. It::is?.'one:sunflower, and: meastires over?'16: ticlies :across.:'_ It: is: a :fine specliilnen, andl well '.wortli seeing. Thie r flower.. - was grown -by hMr. Saiini6els,. of Seacombe House..: TRAFFIC ENDANGERED. Sonice excitemicnt was -caused last week when a good-sized -hole wad foiund' in the traffic bridge which crosses the Patterson river. It was so bad that for some time the road was closed. The M.[ayor, Cr. James, Cr.; Groves, M.L.A., and our repre sentatives were present. A number of workmen were soon got together, and working with a will, 'the da'i age was repaired in a couple of holrs. A MYSTERIOUS, FIRE. The fire last Friday. morning at the shop of Mrs. S. Coulthard has been the topic of c...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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SPORTING NOTES AND ANECDOTE ALL BRANCHES OF SPORT STORY AND COMMAND WISE AND OTHERWISE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922

SPORTI-i NOTES AND ANEC TE ALL BRANCHES OF SPORT By "STRATHMORE" STORY AND COMMENT S NE never knows his luck in a large city! It is recor ded that a disciple of Izaac Walton-and probably a relative of De Rougemont-went to Hastings for a day's fishing. He gota nibble quick and lively, and he made a desperate jazz-like effort to land his fish. But, it was very weighty. He thought he had a shark or something equally unwelcome. It proved unwelcome, too-he landed one small flathead and a chaff bag con taining a brick and nine highly decomposed kittens ! As the poet says, the sea gives up its dead ! WISE?AND OTHERWISE. The saddest thing about Life is "that we have to leave it! The moving spirit of the age is - petrol i The attentions of the man she loves, never pleases a girl quite so much as. the attentions of the man some other girl--loves! The man. who darts ahead .of motor- cars on, the Point Nepean road bn'fine' Sunday afternoons, should never marry a, girl who darts back) Manya:woma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 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, ete, receive attention. Picnic. Parties & Socials Catered for. .. Afternoon Tea a Speciality. .. Bread Delivered Daily. BAY STREET, FRANKSTON SW.J. Withingt S(20 years us General Hand with L. Foster & Son, Melbourne) Informs the public of Frankston and district that he has commenced business as...... . . SADDLER . Flrst-clahs Workmanehip, Guaranteed at'Melbourne Prices. Note the address-Next to Brown & Muir's, the blacksmiths Playne Street ..:.. Frankston M 06 ' Have a Fine Die. MIfisses Pbass lmos o""f Xma Toys, Fancy Goods and Stationery suitable for Xmas presents. Less than city prices. mFIRMIG1 HOUiS, yoUg St. FRIIKiTOI FRANKSTON DAIRY Pure Milk, direct from the Owner's well known Dairy Parmr Customers may confidently rely on the purity and High class Quality...

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The Standard. FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1922. COWES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922

uitt (Sinllbarb. FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1922 COWES. .Two visitors to Plillllp lalind, Alr V. I'. Blec- more, of Malvern, and r A. H. Joi es, of Bend go, are out to oujoy themselves and pul some go Into holidny life, as witness the. Fsnoy Dross Bull organized by the.n on 22nd February, In nid of the Church of Englnud. The proceed nlgs were opened by "The Duchoesor Cowes" (\r Bletchbuore), who, in a. coodescrn Alg liceoch hoDpd that ulh presout wouldl hlav a good time. "The Duchess" was ably supportoel by: o -ioinlble "Bridegroom" ( lr Jpnes'. Somen commotion was causel b'y tlheu relryofn ( 'Ghoast (. r Doug. Ils), with na biiddlon torch and the Bsolld of rattling bones, his card showed '"Depnared Spirits" and the noloa of ls eimplty bottles suggested his title. One poor now'y weddod man (Mr Wello) was setitonced to promoundlo in pyjamis and coat, carrying it candloniu d little "Rosio". Tw'o lidlies (MrIe. Wells cnid Alisa Smith) loolkd woll with skirts of hay whilst two "South Son Island M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922

SFrankston Directory . Established 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmnongers Playne Street, Frankston ',GoodAssortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash irankston PriMatt fospital Melbourno lRoad (near Milo Bridge) Tel 99 Matron- MIiss H. . Creswik, ^TNA. R\ TNA ODsfETRIC AND GENERAL CASES RECEIVED : PIOTUERS. Frankston Pictures Company Limited Pictures as Usual Saturday night. :: Two excellent 5-part Features, Comedy, Gazette and Travelogue. "Passing Through" is another ford Ivers. the noted scenario Paramount picture that promises writer,, and deals in. an artistic to please all who see it. It is a.-way with the boy of to-day arid comedy drama-all about a hum- the man of to-morrow.: an ass who suffered from a love - attack: -Douglas McLean is the Note : Exit should bie made ass, and Elinor-Fair is the girl. " through the front and side doors "The Soul'of Youth" is a Real- only, where pass-out tickets are art production, directed by Will- ha...

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Local and General News. FRANKSTON HONOUR AVENUE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922

Local and GeneaI News. FRANKSTON HONOUR AVENUE Tile trees in the Frankston Honour Avenue are making, rapid. growth, and if properlty attended to, should real ise tile fondest hopes of parents, re latives arid friends, who planted them with such loving care. Many people who profess knowledge of the sub ject arc. of opinion that tile trees, in tile past, have not received the in telligent .treatncnt necessary. to pro duce growth suitable for an avenue. They.point to the misshapen trunks, broken ., branches, . and irregular growth, and state that a little care at the proper time would have obvi ated much that is now unsightly.;: It is to be hoped that the Shire council will hear this matter in nlind a'nd give tile trees all the trcatinent -that ntigrht reasonably be expected in-the plroduction of an avenue worthy'of tihe district. Another matter that slhold be atlended to at once' is. the fixing of the brass natme plates on the various trees. This work is long overdue, and should be pi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 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 s! U seful Visitors! We can supply youWe have a larg stock with brcad cor PRESENTS- We hae merge stock with broad, glc ....los, PRESLNTS or sand shoes; tennis fresh meat, bacon, kerosene, :: cordials, shoes, bathinig cos tinware, etc, at_ the tmes, bathing caps, shortest notice.We Tobacco igarettes, face creamsndpo stok only te best Pipes, Cigars, Cigarette dare, witisg materl-. stk ony and Cigar Cases. Scents, ale, magazines and brands of goods and Wallets, Powders, Hand- books. We alo sell our prices iro the kerchiefs .. Needlework lowest possible and hundreds of other sporting cartridges. loest possible. - --useful alticles suitable for preoeuts 'for young ....... and old ...... Write or p.one * Write or Phone Cowes.8 - ,o -' Cooes 8 G WILLIAlVIS & S...

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FRANKSTON POLICE COURT. Monday, 27th February. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922

FRANKSTON POLICE COURT. Monday?, 27thi February. At the F.iUiitston Police Co'irtron Monday aIkt, b'efore Mr: WV. Arm . strong, J.P., several debt cases .were called on as follows:- '' Dodd v. Gessner, goods sold and 1delivercd, £48/15/8. -No appearance of defendant. J"Judgment for, amount claimeil, witht costs: : 'Edwards v.- Powell. Adjourined till 1i1h 'March.. Edwards s. :Vorrcill \dourned till 13th March.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922

57-Two trays Dessert Apples, two varieties. First, £1 Is.; second, los. 58-Tray of Emperor Alexander. First, 10s.; second, 5s. 59-Tray of Alfriston. First, 10s.; second, 5s. 60-Tray of Stone Pippin. First. los.; second, s. 61-Tray of Jonathans. First, £1 Is.; second, 10s.; third, os. 62-Tray of Jonathans for those who have never won a first prize for case or tray of Jonathans. First, l0s.; sdcdnd, 5s. • ... 6B-Tray of Munro's Favourites. First. 10s.; second, Ss. - 64-7Tray of Jonathans, dessert size, not to be above 21 inches. First, 10s.; second, 5s. 65-Tray of Chandler. First, 10s.; second, 5s. 66-Tray of Alfriston. First, l0s.; second, 5. 67-Tray of Rome Beauty. First 0s.; second, 5s. 6--Trav of Cox's Orange. First. 10s.; second, 5s. . 6 e9-Tray of-Duke of Clarnde. First, 10s.; second, .s. i,.. 70-Tray 'of GraV enstein Fii st 10O.; second, 5s PEARS. 71-Trao of Beaurre de Capimont. First, 10s.; second, 5s. 72-Tray of PaWkha Triumph. -First, 10s. second, 5s. 73-Tray of Kiffer's Hyb...

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FRANKSTON MECHANICS INSTITUTE AND FREE LIBRARY. A LIVELY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922

L, FRANKSTON. MECHANICS,.. IN STITUTE AND FREE LIBRARY. A LIVELY MEETING. ' I: In response' to the: advertisement in last' week's "Standard," annoniic ' in the .annual. meeting of tile SFriinkiton'I Mechanics' Institute and Free Library, :an .attendance larger Y thlan ordinary resulted on Monday evcning last. Those present were: fessrs.. 'W. W: Young (presideiit); Lasslett, . Weeler, Vicars, W. C. Yoiung, M. A. James, KIelly, O'Do nogBlc. Tlhomas, Ray. Coxall,.Browni SBantillg, and- Counciflors Oatcs and Mason. 'After the minutes of the last an nual meeting had been read and bonx finred, the IPresideit stated that in the absence of thle secretary the tusual report:and balance-slltet were tnot available. IHe had .written the secretary, as instructtd by the coiu Snitcce, informing lilln of the mect ing, and requesting that the balance sheet, now overdue, should be pre sented. The secretary, in reply, had written stating that private affairs liad renderel it necessary for lhin to remov...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922

MlORNINGTON. An interestingi plenomenon is mentioned by a fiienid' at Portsca, who says that;oniie :Sunday even ing, betwi'e8i8 aind 9 d'clock, the moon (in- the first' quarter)was slightly obscured b y smloi1: haze, iwhen suddeiv-lall ,the lights on the foreshore fiirom Port Melboutrne to beyond St. JKil'a cae:intifo iciwv. :hej' wei.:I -'dilstiict that with binoculais thecy could pick; oit in ddiiuilualiglht"s; such-iss thie'Gelli brand .-"T e phenomeniig lasted about' ialf an hour and ceased' as' soon as the.haze cleared from the moon It ?.as seen from Soriren to alsoinany people being attract ed by the brilliant isljlay. The disai,- va:q-- diu- to conditions of atniospheire! favoutin ig - high de gree of :refractioii, the bending of a' riy.of lightfiom any object to the eye ow?inrg to its passing through. atirnlispheric .layers.. of varyingchdenity. TJust as the ray of light :'iipeiis to, pass from a rare atmosplhe:r.. t:;denser. pne,: or vice versa, it is bent towards or away f...

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"DOPE" MANIACS. MANIACS MADE BY METHYLATED SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922

"DOPE" MANIACS. IItANIACS MADE BY M'IsIHY ' ATED SPI'RITS. One day lately, in a mean street, near the dockyard of a great port, an elderly woman was. seen dancing about the pavement, singing, and be 'hving, generally as if she were as drunk as possible. 'A group of her neighbours at the corner, however, tabooed the suggestion. They simply said that the oil-shop across the way had got a good supply of methylated spirits that week-as if that fact ex plained everything. And it did. The elderly woman who Jumped and shouted in such mad glee' was a methylated spirits maniac - a devotee of one of the very worst and most demoralising of all forms of drinking and doping. Many folks are apt to think that it is pure fable to talk about people drinking methylated, but it is not many days since the Liverpool lecen sing justices asked for special powers to deal with the evil, owingto the terrific increase of methylated spirits drinking among women. \The fact that metliylated spirits are more easi...

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FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922

FRANKSTON. Mr C. L. Bell announces that he is about to place before the public something special by way of bargains in footware. Those interested, should watch " The Standard" next issue. Mr Thornton, P.M. at Frankston, advises that the closiag times for mails at the Frastkston Post Office have been altered, and, bhe box is now cleared as folloxb-Daily, 9.10 a.m., and 7.15 p.m., except on Saturday evenings, whoen the clearance is madle at 7.50. The members of the Fraukston Fire Brigade, who are gring to take part in the demonstrations at Bendigo, will leave for the Golden City early next week, under the -command. of Captain D. H. Petrie.

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Davon Proves Destructive [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922

Davon Proves: T)estructive French Island recorded a fine per formiance against Tyabb by ntlking 5 for 205, and then dismissing Ty abb for 93. W. Thompson, W. Dus cher, A. Bennetts and R. McGunigan all reached double figures, but Rue de la Haye was tltc star, makihi 701 not out.by forceful cricket. The cen tury . looked a' gift, for the - sliand hatsman when the innings was dhe clared closed. I. Davon excelled as a bowler; disli.ssing.six -Tyabbians for 14 runs. The batting and bowl ing, as well as the fielding of the Islanders. was splendid.

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THE PRIZE LIST Class A—FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922

THE PRIZE LIST Class A--FRUIT. Stewards-Messrs. J. Firth; Bert .ivett R. Philbrick, nd H. Overton. - APPLES-(Must be grown by Exhibitor). 1-Collectioni of six varieties, ripe and unripe, four of each. First, 10.; second, 5s. 2-Collection of twelve varieties, ripe and unripe, four of each. First, 15s.; second, 7s.:6d. 3-Collection of'eighteen varieties, ripe and unripe, four of each. First, £1; second, 10s.; third,. s; .is ;" :. a "-, 4-Collection of four varieties in dissert eondition: four of each.' ' First,'i10s.; second, 5s. 5-Four varieties. of. Cooking. Apples, four of each.. First, 7s. .6.d; second, 2s..6d. 6-Collection of three varieties of Apples, suitable' for export, four of each. First, 10s.; second, 5s. 7'-Collection 'of six varieties of Apples, suitable for export, four of each.' First, goods value 1 Is.,' gift of Messrs. Griflith Bros.; second, 5s. S-Collection of twelve varieties of Apples, suithble for export, ' four of each. First, case of wine value £2 s., gift 'of...

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