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W. E. Watkins 57 Not Out Tom Deane Bowls Well [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922
W. E.. Watkins 57 Not Out Tom Deane' Bowls Well The scores at present are as un der: c?cKl NNON. C.. Moorehead. c and b Deane 2 P. Sictherland. b Burton .. .. G. Shores, c. Baxter, b Deae . "4 W\. Baker, b Baxter . 17 J. Lees, c \Vatkins, b Deane . C. Reynolds. c Baxter, b Deane 10 A. Chalk, b Burton .. . 2 A. Hall, run out .. .. .... 5 T. MlcKerrell. b Deane . 1 V'. Lees, not out .. 4 Sundries . .. .. 7 Total .. .. .. ...... 53 Bowling.--Burton, 2 for. 19; Deane, 5 for 2L; Baxter, 1 for 2. S FRANKSTON. ,WV. E. Watkins, not out . .. 57 A. D. Box, b Shores 8. G. Patterson, b Shores ... . 36 T. Deaue. not out .... ... 11 Sundries .. ... .. .. 3 Two wickets for.. ., .... 115
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922
SOIMERVILLE Fruitgrowers' Horticultural and Agricultural ...Association's 26th Grand ........ ANNUAL * SHOW To be Held in the Show Buildings and Grounds adjoining Somerville Railway Station .WEDNESDAY March 15th, 1922' Grounds Open to Public at 10.30 a.m ; Buildings at 12.30 p.m. Plenty of Amusements. Side Shows, Merry-go-Round, Large Refreshment Booth on the Ground -Brass Band in Attendance Great Hunting & Horse Jumping Events ADMiWSSION -Adults, Is 6d ; Children, under 12, Gd ; Horses Is; Vehicles, Is Gd to Ground ; Motors, Is Gd. `Note the following Lines Victoria Phosphate Manure, 68/6 per ton. Lime, 25/- per ton. Oils, prices supplied Kerosene, 16/8 per 'case;: .. Orchard Requireimenti Discount for Cash, and further rebatb to Shareholders V.P.O.o : BUY and SELL throuci the V.P.O. C~.,s and get,'advan age ofe o. bpeatin Join this Comiswny and' receive direo?t en0fitslaceruiing frd:n th relhts ast allowances to shareholders r Consign your Stoo., Skins, Farm and Orchard Pr...
HOW'S THAT, UMPIRE? [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922
HOW-VS THAT, 'UMPIRES ? fBy 'Strathinrc." Some fine- bowling .was witnessed on Phillip 'Island recently.: W.'Jen ner, who, is ?Ventor's principal-- de structive: agency, itook .7 '~ for" .20 against Cowes.: In the first ovei he got :3 for-1, and in his last over lie skittled: foaur wickets. ' ,? ,- H1 Jenner, of Cowes, wednt'a e:biei-. ter, though his jwicikets-- wee iutu as cured in:suchi asefisationial 'wiay i ]Bit the Velitnor batsmen didn't likei lni ncr's Couhli 'Balsamn; forr' he finished' withl thinI astoiunding' inalysis-' for: iThes"e `plerforbmanccs'?. are ' feats of rare.tfitrit,;; but' on looking: at my honor lists I find thIt there ihas been sonic :remarkable .bow?lin g .results: re corded 'in Peninsula.?:cricket; for. the siason ;now :'fas't drawing to a close. r.To ?sr?i ?-MfIrabsellsa; of Histings, *aid'.~dEransk O'Neill;- of " Tyhbb, be lontgi:the honor of, having taken the n01st W:ickets' in one innings. O'Neill's 8 for 12 is the iest'pecr forinance for 'this seaso...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922
CRICKET.: . The Tyabb II.'s teanim to visit MoIo rooduc, to-morrow will be se??, fol lows:-R. Storey (capt.), A.;J. Noble, O. Thornell, Allan :Ho lgins, J. Hol Icy, Hl. Russell, F. Denham; L.M ills, KeIn. Grant, Bert Noble and'H. Thor nell. To-mtorrow's :matchesein the Penin sula Association, are:-French Islando v. Naval Depot; at Tankertosi; Hst: ings v. Crib Point, at'Hastings;, Bit tern v. Tyabb, at Bittern.?' Hastings are leading inthis series of matches, Bittern occupying second place.
Where are the Reins? To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 March 1922
Wllere arethe Reins? To tile Editor; Sir,--A little dacS of carelessness that mitght have serious conscquenctes has been brought prominently uiider n1y notiee recenetly.. It is the way dri vers helre-allowi their reins to drag on" the 'grountil. To a- 'towny," a thing, like that is itoticable "a mile off " One tinan brought a load in with reins dra gging on the ground; conse qucttly- the horse trod on and broke then,; antd gave its. mouth a nasty jar. As the mant was the owner,: and eareless and inhconsiderate, as .that, I. found I , could dispense with his ..Anothlie drivei left his reins on tlii ground n;d'i as le i-,was atn employee, 1 decided, totliave a :'little;'talk withl liiin. if'e did it -gain. Theolittle talk was not so" quiet as I intended if to be as he did tlte 'satnme ting again while':I I1app'eniidstb be stainding near, dtd thlis :'tini the horse got- its: feet in t Ieareins, s. d there wvoould have bee~i trouble itl' ititot;beeti a' quiet one.- ]-Idwiv?''e?r don't t...
District Notes FRENCH ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922
--isrict T1oIts FRENCH ISLAND. The Indcterminate Sentences Board has made the suggestion to the Inspector-General.of Penal Ehstablishments that the excell cut arra'ngements for the treat ment of pirisoners at French Is land might be extended to in clude all the men committed in the'Victorian courts for extended periods Though the committee is highly pleased with what-is being done at. French Island ?it will probably be thought imprac ticable to adopt the suggestion. Mr Rue De iia Hlaye, the well known cricketer, strained - his leg rather severely whilst batting against the Naval Base. He was just getting going nicely when the old trouble put him out of action, much to the disappoifit ment of onlookeis. Cricket, -of course, is all the rage here; and matches played at Tankerton are usually well atten-. ded. The returt to form of Mr W. Thompson has pleased local sulpporters. '.He made;$S against Tyabb` and a dashing 34 against the Naval Base: Look out, Crib Point, next Saturday ! After...
Henley-at-Carrum. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922
bHenley-at-Carrum. fhe wind-up meeting' of the Henley at-Carrum, held on Box ing Day last, in aid of the Car-. rum South Ward Memorial. was held on Wednesday ;evening, 1st March. The balance-sheet was presented and adopted, and showed a cash balance of £16 8s 10d, which was handed to. the Memorial Committee.' A vote of thanks was passed to the Carrum orchestra; whicli ren dered selections during the day, the ladies who assisted with the refreshment mariuee, the several week-end gentlemen who gave their services, the executive officers-Cr. Stephens, Cr Boyd,. and Mr L. G.-Green and all those who assisted in person or in kind.
Ragged Boys' Home [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922
SRagged Boys' IHome The managemeot of the Melbourne Ragged Boys' Homo have for 'some time past been severely: hlndlcapped owing totho limited acconimoudaton at the Seoaldo'Home ot Oliver's Hill, Prankston; whlch ha'.reosulted In their having had to reluctantly refuse admission to unumbor of deosrving cases, In order to overcome this difllculty tlhe committee havorecently purchased, at it cost of £1600, 'Mr W. .. Shields' property, ndjilolug the old Home, and overlooking Port Ph1illip Bay, which has a frontage of 200 feet to the Mornington Road, and is situated in 41? acres of land, li cluding'a vegetable garden and smoal. orchard. Thll will unablo the com loittee to largoly lucreose the number of boys anually admitted, nod to provide a school ano : pllygound for the children. as the Edu'cation De partment have promised to erect a school building if the Homo dountes the laud. The now building is being renovated ind lemodolled in dicor dunce with ,tho requirements of the Health Comnil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922
SO MER VAILLE A DVTS Gibbons & Tyree (LArIE A.I,I General Storekeepers and Importers, Drapery, Groceries, Hard ware Boots & Shoes, Bran Chaff, Pollard, & all. otheiD· Cereals. Local Agents fo zr Cuming Smith and Co.'s Manuroes. Law, Somuer & Co.'s Seeds Manchlester Fire luslranco Co. Arthur Yates & Co. Ltd., Seeds. Tailor Made Suits a Speciality. Somerville === Pottery FOR ROOFING TILES Agricultural Pipes "all sizes, any quantity,, e ..... . General Pottery, Bricks, . Iobert _errand and Soe Pi ces on Application ......... Support Local utcerprise 1690 ) ( c- SOMERVILLE _ CHARLES POULTRY FARM HAYWooD Lower Somerville' Road, Somerville t7 HITE Leghorns, Blnck Orpi?gtons (Sherill Strain), Rhode Island • Rods (Cock won 9 prizes, ilcludling specials ; Hens, first prizes, including Blue Ribbon and specials), Settings of Eggs available. Day Old Chicks :for Sale Best Breeds Only This Is the Man You Wa nt to TMeet if Y-ou Want Good Meat John Shaw SBUTC...
SOMERVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922
SOMERVILLE Splendid entries are being re ceived for the Somerville show, which takes place on Wednesday next. Special trains are adver tised and with fine weather this popular fixture is sure to draw a record attendance. At the Mechanics Institute on Satur day night the Somorville Dramatie Society presented the 3 act farce comedy "The Aviator." There was a good attendance. During the in terrals the Auburn Orchestra gave a selection of items, which were greatly apreriated. The proceeds were in aid of improvements to the Mechanics Institute. Mr W. Tinkler mnae a great hit as "James, (he Doctor's Boy." Mr J. A, Nairn once again showed his versatility as an enter tainer in his portrayal eof "Dr Green" Mr Geoff Edwards played and looked the part of "The Aviator, Capt Camp bell." Mrs H. Grant as Mrs Raimond, the merry widow, complicated mat ters thoroughly. Mr J. Knuckey, as "Mr'Fitz-Herbert," showed that hbe gad great splritualistic gifts. 'Miss D. Thornell and Miss L. Beounett looeod ve...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922
Great Saummer Sale Goods are to be Cleared Regardless of Cost, so Come Early hie're are a few of the Bargains we are offering- A few Ladoes Cotton Crepo Drosses Extra good quality White Pique, sn at 15s each. orilice at 2e 1lld per yard Blouses in Print, Voile and Silk Galnten at, Is IIkd per yard froan 3i I lt Unbleached Calico at Is 3d White aprons from 'ls 9d Very good quality White Calico at Black aprons fro '2s .Gd Ia ld per yard Bluok Cuttot Stoklongs at is l od La Good Cream Flannel at 2s 9d per yd Bonds Artllonlal Silk Stockings, in Natural Flannel at 2 a 6d all Cdlora, from 3I lid to I2s IId Very special line of Sheeting--54 'c A larga stock or chllmrol's d ren's lero Ierrigbono TwSill at 2a lid; 80 from 36 Gd eatch "Horrinugbono Twill cat 3s I I Very special iine of Ladies VO?ns, Babiee white silk Peter Pain Hts at mordorisod (Blnd's) at 4s lid C- 2s 9t1 encb Also line of Cottona Veat ato Is -d Largo eseortment of Surmmer Hats - A few Fascinneletto NightR Dreses to' for ch...
FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922
S.FRANKSTON. The Australian Fleet conduct ed special gunnery exercises in Port Phillip Bay on Monday af ernoon, and the. vibrations cau sed many of the buildings in Frankston to..indulge in a shim my shake. It looked as though one plate-glass window would -ive m:,the... ceptre,,· but;i.fortun it t ly , .d i d ' r o t' a o ' eb."; ? ;? '" w ?' '
Cricket Watkins Scores 90 Runs [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922
Watkins Scores 90 Runs Fraunkston defeated McKinnon. by an innings and 121 runs." Scores: FRANKSTON-1st Innings. A. ). Box, b Shores .: .. .. 8 W. E. Watkins, Ibw, b Moore lhead . . O..0 T. Deane, c Cii~ilk, b Moorcheatd 11 G. 'atterson, b Shores .. .. 30 R. t;. Burton, run out . . 11 I. Kennedy, run out . 3 XV. il. -lanton, b Moorchiad .. :29 11. Baxter, c Hall, b Moore head .. .. .. .. 5 L. Dcane, c Shoirs, b -Moore- head . .. 4 N. Baxter, not out -.. .... 8 1. Kempnt, played on, b Chalk 3 Sundries .. .. .. . .. 10 Total .. .. .. .. .. .. . 228 I[cKINNON, 1st innings ... . -653 Second Inninigs. . Sutllherlatl, b \Vatkins .... 4 . orcheal;not out .. ...... 22 S]Retynolds, .lbw,b henlp ..tl 0 A. Chalk, - .. 0 I'. McKerrell, b Watkins .. .. 0 \V. Baker, b Kemp .. .. . .. 0 J. Lees, b Watkins ..1.. .. 1 G. Shores, c -, b Watkins . 20 A. Hall, absent .. ..0.. .. .. . -0 \W. Lees, absent. ..- ....... 0. O Total . .. ... ... .. 54 Howling: \V. E. Wlatkins 4 x 30, A. Ketiip 2 x 23.
FRANKSTON HIGH SCHOOL. FINANCING THE PROJECT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922
PRANKSTON HIGH SCHOOL. rINANCING THIE PROJECT. At: last Iwek's council incetinig. a legal opiion 'was" recieved .'from tlhc Shirce, Solicitor, stating ".that ?.the "'ac tion proposed: by: the ?Council' for striking a special- rate for :financing tie I-High Scliool proposal "could not be carried otit ati this stage, but in diated: thtt the nion.? could be-pro-. vided ouiit ;.of .:Lic general ;municipal. fund, by pIltcing" sonise odn- th c'estl nialcs 'Ci0 Gir ,aidy tle coauncil .shotild face 'thelIpositioni ail tnie it mincredis sng. t he general 'irated iy abolit 3d., .x-c teniding over'] 3 .Ior:4ycas?if tlhe ad Joining councils-did ndt -assist;: The priesident-thouighth' thety.ishouitl: iake ia furtlher effort to secure sutip port fronisioutside councils._ -. Cr. Gray _nmvcd. that: a- coniference e held at -adet:dtol b fied, -nd thlat' the 'adjoining councils, the Peninisila School Associatlios, .iind this Council attensd; . lhat ',r T-ai,;waDirectorr oe Educatidn tbe''ad?;ised, an...
A Good Game at Seaford [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922
A Good Game at .eaford Frankston TI.'s visited Scaford last Saturdnay, antd were victorious.by four runs. Some excellent bowling was done by Robertson, of Seaford, and by Harry McComlb and Laurie Ryan, of ithe visiting team. So far as we can make out fron tile score book, the scores wcre:? FRANKSTON. A. H-ague, b Johnson .. .. ... 2 G. Lull. b Stewart ...... 12 -I. McComb, c Saville, b Robert son .. ... ...... .... 18 G. Petrie, run out .... .. 1 WV. IMcConib, run out .. .. .... 10 L. Ryan, b Robertson....... 0 J. [t collb, run ott ......... 4 C. Lastrey. b Robcrtson ..... 0 E. K. MeConib, not out...... 4 A. Ryan, c & b Jolinson.. .... 0 \V. Ietrie, c & b MXoffit ....... 1 Sundries .. .. ...... . 2 .Total ... 5 iBowling:-Savelle 0 x 10, Johnson 2 x 10, Stewart 1 ' 14, Robertson 3 x.7. Moffitt 1 x 9. SEAFORD. F. Moffitt, c -, b 1'I. McComb .. 13 T'. Savelle, b Rya ........ 1 It. J. McCulloch, -c McComb, b Ryan .. ... .......... 3 - Davis, b Ryan .0 ........ O J. Johns...
SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922
SOMERVILLE. The innatl -gencral tmeeting of the Mechanics' instittite was held on Monday evening, Februiary 29th; the president (Mir. Thos. Morrison) in the chair. Although the nleeting was ad vertised during tile last fortnight, it is regrettable' to liave to again report that not a single mttenmber of the pub lic attended to take pairt in the ,'rp cecdings or show their interest ill n itlstitution that exists for their.bene- fit. Tt.he relpoirt and balaince sheet was presented, hllicli showedl that an other good'ytirt had..been excserietic ed. The total rccipts in the general fund" ' ere £167/5/7,, the expendiliture beini :£112/17/9. l'the balance re mlainlintg. addd?.to ihat b'rought for ward. fron the Iprevious year, leaves a credit to c;rry oyer to the current year of'£93/10/2. The .Trust account reiitained prac tically tihe same as thc'previous-year, viz., £300, debit on overdraft itt the National Banik.' Iti was decided. to transfer £50 from tlhe.. Generall Ftind to tile .Tru...
Lieut Evans Scores 39 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922
Lieat Evans Scores 39 French Ilsland were at lome to Nal val Depot on Saturday, and after a very ipleasant:i gamue., Lieut.-Com. Valghtun-Lewis's imerry-band of sail-. ors won i the day by 27 runs.. . NAVAL DEPOT." Talbot, c tlcGtigatn, b E.Tliomnilp son . . . .. . . ... . . ...... . 20 Vaughan-Lewis, c \V. Tihoinpson i b l s cetts .. ... . . . 18 Flardie, stlid. .'Thomlson, b' Ben : " netis .. . . . . .' . O Evauis, c Benclts; b Davoni:. .:;. 39 lalcnberg, b Davon .. :. . " ". 1' Boot, c \V. Thiompson . ... .. , 7 Miller, b S.IBclnnetts .. : ... ' 27 Furraijia; I)b Davon . ..:.."..; . ;. 22 Rev..Hctiderson, not out. .. *. 7 Bagltey, b lBennetts ..; ; . '....:- 2 1Titnfan, c McGuigati, b Da von.'.vn l10 l .Byes -.. ; ; . ;, .. . .; ? ;.' . : 6. . Total 1.8 . .. 1l4 Heiinetts 4 x' 41;i IliD e' la :laye 0 x 25,, . Brodcrick 0 x 20,:E. T'Toi>P son-1 x. 8, Davon 5 x 54.. SPRENCH:ISLAND. \\t Tltaontiso'n, c --*b.rithiaiti, 84,, 34-' XV.,D1iinherIb Titiiln.l .. 0 R.. C. Dc'.la Haye, c ...
SPORTING NOTES AND ANECDOTE ALL BRANCHES OF SPORT STORY AND COMMENT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922
SPOirING NOTES AND ANECDOTE AZLL BRANCHES OF SPORT By "'STR~.XAT?Wl:? LW'OR" . STORY AND COMMENT Eurythmic, hail I Great son of bold Eudorus ! Unchallenged now ; your giant's task well done. Rivals to fame may set their claims before us-- " . You have.made their task a mighty one I Thirty full years Carbine's figures stood unaltered, nHow many.others have failed where you have shone ? SMaybe (we liketo to think so) when you faltered, In some Elysian nieadows, proud tinhaltered,':. Carbine, our other idol,:cheered you on ... . . -"Smith's Weekly" WISE AND OTHERWISE. Life is a funny thing, isn't it? When I first came into tile world everybody wanted to kiss me! But, like every iere male that has ever existed, before I go west erery body will want to kick mecl If a nian dies young, there was a great future before .him, but if he lives. to a ripe old age,- then, of course, lie's living only to save funeral expensesL Marriage ..nay have been one grand sweet song once. It's a fox 5trbt an...