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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922

g Frankston --Directory?? BAY STREET BAKERY F. M. Herbert .......... Baker, Pastry Cook and Caterer ....... Only the best articles supplied....We study the ivishes 2 of our customers....... Letters, etc, receive attention. Picnic Parties & Socials Catered for. .. Afternoon Tea a Speciality. .. Bread Delivered Daily. BAY STREET, F-IRANKSTON W.J: Withington (20' years as General Hand with L. Foster &, Son, Melboorne) Ioforms the public of Frankston and district that he has commenced business as...... , SADDLER . First-clnas Workmanship, Guaranteed at Melbourne Prices. Note the address-Next to Brown & Muir's, the blacksmiths Playne Street ..:.. Frankston' IIisses libass & Bmos : Fine Is SToys, Fancy Goods and Stationery suitable fJr Xmas presents. Less than city prices. FIIRLEbIH HOUSEI youn St. FBlIlN TBI FRANKSTON DAIRY Pure Milk; direct from the Owner's> well known Dairy Pe&rm Customers may conideontly rely on the purity and High class Qual...

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The Standard. FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1922 Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922

FRIDAY, MARCH IO, 1922 Local and Generdi News. Messra Taylor and Ritchie, Ford Agents of Mownlogton.. who are rep resontetives foi Frankstoil; Morn. Ington and Peninsula Districts, wish. to announce that they will have an view. and Will demonstri;ate at the forth comiug S ;netrille Show, sever a or the latoet Model- Ford Care and Trucks.; Mr H. M.,. Collins, vice-presi dentof the Alfred-Hospital, has convened a,.public meeting: at Frankston; to form a- branch of the Alfred' Hospital Au?liliary. The movement is sure to receive the: warm. support of district residents, and a large attendance is 'hoped:for rt the Frankston Hall on Thursday, 23rd inst:, at 3 p.m. "Mrs M. Moloney, whofor seve ral" years was licensee of The Pier Hotel, Frankston; was pre sented with a wristlet watch on "aturday afternoon, last, at an informal little gathering of friends. Mr. A. E. Lasslett, J.P. made the presentation, 'and his remarks were supported by Mr Jas.. Giice, J.P. Mr R. Fairnie responded on- beha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922

._.Frankston Directory ? Established 1883 G'i: G ~=E ..,E ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash 'frankston Private Iospital Melbourne Road (near Mile Bridge) Tel 99 Matron- Miss H. C. Creswick, A.T.N.A., R.V.T.N.A OBSFETRIC ANC GENERAL CASES RECEIVED : PCTU RES: Frankston Pictures Company Limited Pictures as Usual Saturday night. :: Two excellent 5-pat Features, Comedy. Gazette and Travelogue. "THE WILD GOOSE.", Pictures. This picture was produc The above picture will be one ed by. Charles Miller from the poem of the features to-morrow night at of that -nale by Robert \W. Sersice, the Frankston Pictures. It is, a whos. literary work is resplendcet aranlount release .of very recent with its realism "This is thie Law date, and, like, most Paramount re- of the Yukon, that only thle Strong leases, is a picture worth while, shall thrive; that surely tie Weak rich ill its incidents ...

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FRANKSTON H. AND A. SOCIETY. SPECIAL MEETING TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922

S FRANKSTON H. AND A. SOCIETY. SPECIl\L MEETING TO BE HELD. A meeting of tile coluittee of the Frankston Horticultural and Agricutl thral Association was held on lues day night last. An apology was re ceived front the president. Mlr. Ins. Gricc, J.P.. who was unable to be pre sent, antd MIr. H. Gamble (viec-presi-. dent) occupied the chair. Others pre sent were: Cr. G. May, Messrs. C. E. Wood, T. lMcMurtric, F. Bartlett. N. Clements, J. Hogan, J. Cameron, E. Barrett. AV. C. Young. J. E. Jones, H. J. McCulloch, Major Grice, and Dr. nMaxwell. The secretary, Mr. \V. M. Hanton, presented a financial statement in con nection with the recent show. Tile receipts were £272/7/2, and expendi ture £303/14/5. Other simall amoutnts tave still to be collected, but the es timated deficiency was stated to bel Dr. Maxwell s.aid tt:at a redtltctiol might be mlade in Ifuture on thle amountl expetlded on tie Iluncleooi alid refreshments. The sumt of £t7 was too large. Major Grice moved, and Mr. J. E. J...

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FIRE BRIGADES ENTERTAINED AT SEAFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922

FIRE BRIGADES ENTERTAINED AT SEAFORD. To mark their appreciation of the services rendered by the fire brigades of Frankston, Carrum and Clicalsea in subduing recent fires about the fore shore, tihe residents of Seaford en tertained representatives of the brig ades above named at a smoke social in the' Seaford Hall, on Saturday evening, February 25th. There was a very large attendance, about 100 visitors sitting down to tables bountifully supplied withl every good thing known to the culinary art. The Borough of Carrutt was re presented by Cr. Stephens, and the Slire of Frankston and Hastings sent a strong contingent in Crs. Arm strong, Howell and Latlham. Mr. C. Hunter, president of the Seaford Progress Association, occu pied the chair, and delivered the sleecht of welcome to the visitors. Later on the formal toast list was proceeded with. The chairtman, after giving the loyal toast, proposed the health of the members of the fire brigades, in which he teplressed tile indebtedness of ...

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The Honor List—No. VIII CRICKET. BEST BATTING. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922

CRICKET. The Honor List-No. VIII BEST BATTING.. WV. E. Watkins, Frankstqon . . 90 Re. de la Hayc, Franch Island . 76 H. Denhisla, Tyabb .. .. :. ;. 66 S. Martin, Sonseri ille . 1.. .:;. 61 G. Grant, Somers ille .. 9.. '- 50. A. D. Box, Frankston : .. ..: 52 i. Huntley, Bittern .. . 46 Lieut. Evans; Naval Depot:.. 39. Frank Allen, Bittern ". ...3.. 38. G. Knox, astngs .. 38 W..Tlhomnison, French Island :'.=:38 Reg I,~irch;-Moritington :'.... 38 G. Patterson, iFrankstonn? .. . 36 Ien. Webb, Somnerville ;. : 6 V. E.-atkins, Frankston 3: WV. Tloinmpson. French Island .: '34 Frank Allen,lBittern .: .... 34 . iHuntley, Bittern .. . 32 SEeelcs, Bittern:: . .: : .. 32 R. de'la Haye, French Island .. 30 I. Denham, .Tyabb .:.. .. .. 30 3. Perce, Pelrcedale :::. .:: 30 FI. Ridout, Langivarrin .. -: 30 R, Unthiink, Pearcedale ': ;" . ,29 V. M.. Hanton, Frrinkston -: ..; : 20 Br; iton, Veninor.. ;. 27 apt: Miller; Naval Dep.ot- 27 ,1ankAllcn, Bittern ,..-.. .:'26 t. Saivelle, Seaford 26 3. Marti...

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SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922

SHIRE: COUNCIL. : The .lionlhlly-nceting- of tie ;coun oil of the'. Shire ;of irankston and Hastings wais held on Tliursda3", 2nid inst, whlsli:e there were present: Crs.. V. 'Lotgniuir (president), Al den, Jones, Unthank, ·Oiaes, Mason. \Wells," Armstrong. Latlamto, May, Gray a nd' Vallier.:':::::: Correspondence. Country Roads ,Board, forwarding account for .£1513/5/4, owing' by municipality for' period -ending 30th June last.-Received:, J a. and H. ":Coane, forwariding Howard. Simith's` contributioii to wards iilprdvrotSnent ',tothte.corner at Mile Bridge;, alsob stating that offer for £50: for improvement' of Nyora Corner still'.stands.good. r Cr. Gray moved, and:-Cr. .Valker seconided, tliat`the work be but in hand at once.-Carried;:' ID). Dodd, Secretairy Fraikston Branch Returne'd.'. Soldiers' 'Associa tion, objecting to removal- of 'barbed wire surroundinig Ifonor Avenue, which protecis:the yvcnue.from being used as a:?right; ft siyd'ay d p. a protection froi v.w?fnddcring "...

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MORNINGTON SPORTS. RETURNED SOLDIERS' CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922

MOURNNNG'TON SPOR'aS. * RETURNED SOLDIERS' CARNIVAL. . The Morningtont Branch 'of" the R.S.. and S.I.L.A; are at present or5 ganisintg thelire anmlal sports meet ng, rhlilch will -lh held on Eilght Hours Day, MaIy 1st. The cmdeting iromises to-be tlhe best ever. lil on hie Peninsula, good prizes; also plendid trophies, already bciig on iand. The conmnittee will spare no ffort to ensure an enrjoyable day's ood-lsport. Entris wvill..ie invited romi the Shires. ot Fratlkstdn' aitt lastings. Flinders. and Mornington; A full programstet will, be. advertised a this paper text issue. March 17tli. ··i, ol'lo O?Oo OO·bb,?b O l OO

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Craig Proves Destructive [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922

Craig Proves Destructive PFearccdalc:e met' Somers ille "I.'s at Somerville on Feliruary 5th. Scores: . PEARCEDALE. I. Neil, e Williams b F. Williams 8 N. Pearce; c C..Grant,b Kcr?r ... 13 A: Thoinl,?l ss, b A.' Thiornell 1..... 1 l[cConville, c Grant; b Telford 0 fT. Peirce, c W ?Thornell, b A. Thornell. . 3 }Iillmin oc'West?way, b A; Thornellt 7 Craigi;:b S:Gregory ;.:; ' . " 0 V:W Gro.g; b ..W .:Thorniell ;:.. i8 .Driiism-nd;,bIC. Grant'i 21 N. Untllhanknobt-out':n..;:.':;;. : 25 R.1Unthank, not otit ::. :. :. 29 Shdries: .- .; . .. 13 Waltcrs'0 :0?x14 'A: Telford ,1 'x:10, :A. Thornell]! 3:x 21, S:: Giegory l' x" 8; A. Kerr?l. x 5 ' W.: Thorncll "1 . 14, 'C: Grai t:l1 -:k. 14, Westawvay 0 x" 8,, T. Ross 0 x' 10. - ".SOAMEPVILLE II. = s. °A Kerr, b R. Craig. ... . 1 l.: Williams, c Hillman, b McCoi-n C. Grant,I b McConville. .. .. ..4 FT. Ross, stpd. Neil; b R. Craig. 4 Walters, c and b R. Craig : :'..:;'-" 0 Westaway, c Ncil, b R Craig 4.,. ::', 4 Telford, c R. Unthank, b R. Cra...

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AT THE MOVIES. "THE SOULS OF YOUTH." [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922

AT THE MOVI1M. "THE SOULS OF YOUTH." SThe Meehanics' - Institute, Franks* ton, was crowded out last Satur day night, whlen -a progranmme of a most attractive nature was pre sented. Douglas McLean was the principal artist featured, but "Souls of Youth" interested the audience, ltore so because of the fact that it dealt with the problem of the boy. That problem s -alwvays with us. The gazette, cartoon, and comedy were. very interesting. "THE WILD GOOSE." The above pictucre will be one of the featu res to-morrow night at the Frankstoi- Pictures. * t is a Paramount- release of very recent date, and, like mlost Paramount re leases, is a picture worth while, rich in its incidenis and in its gal axy of stars. "The \Wild Goose" was written by the famous Amneri can novelist, Gouverneur Morris, who now writes eScltsively for the sil ver sheet. l'roduced by Jesse- L. Lasky and the Famous Players, "The \\'ild Goose". was personally directed by Albert Capellani. "THE LAW CF THE YUKON." This will...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922

FRANKSTON GENERAL DIRECTORY Lyle's Great Sale Now On At Young Street, Frankston For., One mouth only -411 goods to bo sold at a big reductit to reduce stock. A few bargains Cups and Saucers .... 12/- per doz. P'lates (English) .. 9/-, 12/-, 14/, S15/- per doz. :olded Camp Stretchers .. 27/6 each Camp Stools ...... .. 3/6 each Odd Cups ...... 7/- per doz.1 Tin Dippers ....... : .... 6d. Galvanised .. ..... .. 9d. Tin Kettles, Saucepans and Billies all' Reduced in Prices Good Line of Ladies' Hair Brushes and Combs to be Sold at a Re duction - A Lot of Writing Cases and Blotters to go Cheap; also a lot of Ladies' Hand Bags and Wallets Iason'sjars, with lids .. Pinls 7/6, l,,nrt 9/6_ S Glltens 12/-. ner do?. rA Lot of Electro-plated Ware to go at Cost Price Rustlers Dinner Knives at Cost; also a Cheap Line, suitable for Dining Rooms and Tea. Rooms, at 18/ and 21/- per dot. t Large Galv. Tubs and Preserving Pans and Meat Safes to go at a Reduction - White Rubber English Sand Shoes; suita...

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Huntley 46 Retired [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922

S. untley 46 Retired. Bittcrit'n easily defeated Tyabb at Sittern last Saturday by 93 uris. The visitors, who had seven players, bat ted first, and were all out for 65. Harry Denh)an and Fred Mills were the chiefscorers. Bittern responded with 158; Jack IHuntley and; Frank Allan hgave good displays. Several of their batstmen retired hlhen Tyabb's score Xrtas passed. - Stores: TYABB. Harry. Denhamn, -, b Allen .. 30 J. D; Grant, b, Huntly . .. 3 D. Longmutr. c -, b l-luntley .. 6 Ftcd Mills, c -, b Vansuylen . 18 1-i. T. Noble,' b, Allen.... 1 J. Baker, c Mills, b Allen ...... 4 Ken. Grantt, not ou . . . 0 A. E. Deniham, absent .'.. .. 0 Sunrdries .. .. .... ...... 3 65 (Tyabb only had seven batsmen. A. E. I)enham did not arrive in time to bat.) Afowling:-J. Hluntlcy 2 for 16, F. Allen,3 for 38,1'P. Vansouylen 1 for 8! BITTEIRN. Ted Buckley, b Ken. Grant . -.. J. lumtley, retired ... .. 46 Cr. Forbes, b A. Denham .i .. 10 1'. Vansuylen, retired ........ 16, Frank Allen, c A. Denhltam...

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Martin and Grant Again [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922

Martin anhd Grant Again 1=Son ervillc dcfeatced Laingwarrinat Somerville by6 .wickets:and 117 runs last Saiturday. -?Syd hMartin: and Go?.: Gr nit again: distingiishced tlcinsclves, and upheld their reputation as the best' olipcning batsmen on 'the' Peninsula:; Miartin" added to the metrit of his' pe?' foriiinance by. catchihg no less than five I einff odut:. Charlie Thornell took' 4 for 22 Hrry Dinicock? and' G. Carter wiere the honly ones to ktake a sta5 d for Langwvarrin. Scores =.' S;SOM RVILLE. S.Miartin, retired . ... 61 Geo. Grant, retired .. .. ..: .,,.. .:: C. Thornell, b Davies .. . 10 •. Thornell, c Wilson, b Davies O:5f J. Knuckey, sot out .; ... ", 11-' N. Unthank, not out .; ..12' Sundries .. .. .. ... .. . . ;- 10 4 for . ;.... .. .. 1... . 118 (Innings declared.) Bowling:-II. Ridout 0 x 22, Bowells 0 x 60, Young 0 x'29. Simn cock 0 x 32, Davies 2 x 16. LANGWARRIN. R. Parker, c Millington, b Hut chinson," .. 01 T. Bowells, Ibw, b C. Thornell .. 0 H. Ridout; c Martin, ...

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FRANKSTON POLICE COURT. LICENSING PROSECUTIONS. A "SLY GROG" HUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922

COURT. LICENSING PROSECUTIONS. A "SLY GROG" HUNT.. At the Franksto Piolice Court on Monday last, before Mr. Kniglit, P.Mh., and Messrs. C. W. Grant, .W. Arn strong and Luxford, J.'s'., a number of cases arising out of the activities of thle licensing- police were hleard. ! SUNDAY TlRADING. John Richards, licensee of tlihe Riv iera H-lotel, Seaford, was called upon to aswver two' charges of seriving liquor to other than bonn fide travel lers during prohibited hIours. Constable Davey,- of Melbourne, gave evidence to the effect that on 29th Janiary last, in company with Constable fI-ly e visited the.Riviera Hotel at 7.45 p.m."'They were;stopped at tlie door by a person who appear ed to be in charge of the premiscs, and they were askced if they were bona-fide travellers. ` They admitted they were not, and saidt',they had come fronm Chelsea. The mian at the door asked them to produce thieir railway tickets, and- they showed hitm the return half of tickets, Chelsea 'to Melboturne. They we...

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A Very Close Game [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922

* A Very Close Game In a n match at CarriI last Saturday against thie Slug Ups (visiting players) C;rrant w'ere defeated by one runL. Elach side was linited to 100 nlitutes' play. Cr. A. J. Boyd and E. Biggs proved tile most successful bowlers for Carrus. Carlson, lBoyd, Green and Allan reached doublcfigures with the bat. Scores: "SLUG UPS," 1st Inliings. Williams, c Green, b Boyd .. 21 Symonds (junr.), b IE. Bliggs .. 1 ;Freaser, t E. Biggs. .. 0: \Voods. b Boyd.. .. 1 Young, b Boyd .. .. 1 Symotds (sear.), b'E liggs ; ;. 3 \Vcst, v Green, b Wrightt ... t1 Arnold, b Biggs (senr.) .... 0 Pearson, not out,.. . 0 Patten, b" Green . lraickt, c Grecen, ; 'Forsyth '... 5 lExtras . . 5 Total .. .. .. : . '.'. '~. 72 Bowling:-lloyd for 17,"E. Biggs 3 for 1?, Biggs' (ser.), 1 for 11, W r ,ight 1 for 1, Gree i' 1 "for. 5, 1]or syth 1 for 0. CAIRIUfnI, 1st Iiiti .gs 13iggs (senr), lbw,'b Fra?er- .. 4 \V\ Carlson, e, b raser ..: ... .10 A. Boyd, c, b Arndold ..:.- 10 L. Grene, c, b' Fraser'..:...

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Repatriation Notes FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922

FRANKSTON. Repatriatio l Notes IReturned Soldiers are invited rt apply to this Committee fir advice before entertaining bus;neass pieo posala of any kind. Those Soldiers and Dependents needing assistance, sustenance, &c. are hereby notified that by personii application to any of the undersigned members of committee, forms and advice may - be obtinoed :-Messrs Oates (chairman), C. Gray, W. S. Hartland, S. Sherlock, W. P. Mason, T. 4. .\lcMrtrie and E. Barrett. Employers are requested to notjfy the Committee of any vacancy suitable for returned men. Persons having Bousinesses or Property, &o., to sell suitable to Returned Soldiers are earnl estly invited to communicate particu ars to the Committee. E. BARRETT, Hon. See, Repatriation Frankst*n

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Murray Takes Six Wickets [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922

Murray Takes Six Wickets The Tyabb II.'s defeated Moorooduc, at lMoorooduc, by 13 runs. As the visit ing team arrived short-handed, "Jim" W\ilsoI and Peter H-fammersley batted for thelm. Both teams played nine a side. ' Scores: TYABB tl.'s. A. J. Noble, c Turner, b Grierson .. 11 P. Hammersley, h Murray.. .... 1 H. King c.Gricrson, b MIuri:ay .. 14 .' tilson, b Mlrry... ..... 12 B. Greinke, b Muray ....... L. Mills, stpd Lucas, b Murray .. 0 O. Thornell, e Lucas, b'Grierson .. 5 R. Storey, c Lucas, b Murray .. .. 7 J. Holley, not out .. .... 2 SSundries .............. .. 1 Total .. .. .. .......... 43 Bowling:* F. Murray 6 for 29, .N. Grierdon . forf8, C. Cavell 0 for 4. ?[QOROODUC. -I. Duinn, c J. Holley, h Wilson.. 4 G. Lcans, b Storey .. .... 3 F.r Murray, c A. Noble, b Wilson 3 R. Grierson. run out .. 5.. T. Doxey, nirI out . ....., 3 F. Jones; b Thornell .. ... 0 C. Cavell c. J. Wilson, b Mills .. 6 G' Turner, run out . ........ 1 J. lfatcham, not out .. .. O0 Sundries . ..... ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 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! Useful Visitors! 1We can -supply, you VWe hbe a large stock with bread, groceries, PRESENTS of sanod aboes, tennis fresh meat, bacon,; ? shoes, bathing cos kerosene, :: cordials,;- tume, bathibig aps, tinware, etc. :at the . face eams andpow shortest notice. We Tobacco .. Cigarettes, ders writing te stock only the best Pipes, Cigars, Cigarette dera,' writing inateri stock onl thebeand Cigar Cases. Scents, als, magazires "and brands of goods and Wallets, Powders, Hand- books. 1Ve also sell our prices are the, kerchiefs .. Needleworkorting crtridges. lowest possible. arth" and hundreds of othersporti cartridge. lowest possible. ruseful articles suitable for presents for young " S....... and old .. Write or phone .Write or Phone Cowes 8 Cowes 8 - G WILLIAMS...

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CARRUM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922

CARRUM NOTES. lThe monthly "meeting of the 1Fathers' Association was held on Monday night at tile residence of tihe treasurer. Mr. Mleldrunt. The presi dent, Mr. J. Davis, occupied the clhair. The report of the representative, Mr. 1. \V. Trite, otn the conference held in Melbourne lately was received and adolpted. It was decrridrd that arrange lllelnts be tnade Icr a ervice to lie held on Anzac Day, Li. :t April. Th'e credit balance ,lh: itat thie Assu ciation is in gaons lh icial ptsitio. Assistance had ilI, 1 lent to a retrned soldier, whllo atpptlctiated tile kindnest s. iMr. J. iRobertsoa was in his tsuall position as hoin. secretar3. Cr. 1. Rigby returnetd iotte at tie end of last tt ik, anier hai':g three w\eeks' holiday in the ýcoan ro-tll - trict. le states that snakes wete very prevalent, and nuIlmbers were dis patched by hint. Although the outing was very pleasant, still hle was not sorry to be iotnle again to get into ltarness once mollre. SThle fortnightly teeting of til...

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AROUND ABOUT COWES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922

AROUND ABOUT COWES. By Our Special Reporter. The announcement in the Melbourne papers that the craft "Helen Moore" was sailing for Cowes and Rhyll on Tuesday, February 28th, - was received with welcome, and residents of the Is land runshed orders off to city firms in the hope of receiving prompt delivery. A week has now passed since tie ad vertising date of sailing, but the 'Helen" has not put in an appearance at Cowes: A wag saggestcd sle be posted missing at "lobb' s" or thie Government be asked to organise a searchl. e.peditiott. Since our last issue tile designs o the inscription for , the Memoria Cairn has been received, and a blot? of W\oolamsai granite, suitable for inserting in tile cairn, and -upon which the inscription is to be enl. graved, has been discovered inl Mel bourne. An abundance of stone is procurable within a quarter of a mile of the site of tile cairn. When a similar movement was initiated at Flinders the residents all willingly, so to speak, put their shoulder...

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