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SHOOTING CASE AT BAXTER CHARGE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 March 1922

SHOOTING CASE AT BAXTER CHARGE DISMISSED. At the Frankston police court on Monday, before Mr. Knight, P.M., and Messrs. C. W. Grant, WV. Arm strong and Luxford, J's.P.. a young man. named Fred. Vincent Roberts, was charged with discharging fire anrs with intent to do grievous bodily harm. - Inspector McCormack- conductel the prosecution on behalf of the police, and Mr. Macfarlane appeared for defendant, who pleaded not -guilty. The first stage in a rather extra ordinary case developed when In spector ?McCormack informed the police magistrate that the principal witness refused to attefid he court, and asked that a .warrant be issued for his arrest. The inspector ex plained that the absent witness was the u1man who, it was alleged; was shot. His name was Llewlyn Earle, and it was stated that le was sonic what eccentric. The warrant was issued, and Con stables IMahoney and Phillips swer entrustcd with its execution. Some timne later the man Llewlyi Earle was led into court, and placct ...

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

Prime qiuality *jojnts-7tltc dlian to ;uiX you-Hawking, the local butcher.

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

FRANKSTON. The following second team will meet Seaford at Frankston to- morrow-C. Lawrey T. McComb W. McComb A. Aitken, G. Luff, A. Hague, J. McComb, G Petrie W. Oates, M. Ryan and Hunter.

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DEANE 5 FOR 20. ROBERTS, SENR., MAKES 66 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922

DEANE 5 FOR 20! ROI~BETS. SENR., MAKES 66 On Saturday Frannkston commenced their final match in the Caulfield and Moorabbin Association, against Bent leigh. Bentleigh batted first, and have made 8 for 140. C. Roberts, senr., made 60 before being caught off Watkins' howling; he hit two successive sixers off Burton's fasts. Scores at- present: BENTLEIGT4. Harris, h Deane .. "...... 2 Courtney, Denne ..I. e Morrison, Ibw, b Deane .. .. 10 P. Sinimonds, c, b Deane ..... 0 G. Roberts, c, Is Burton .... C. Roberts, jun. c. b )eane .... 13 C. Roberts, senr., c, b Watkins .. 66 A. Garfieldl, not out ... . 31 Higgins, c. b Box .......... 3 E. Watt, not out .. .. 0.... O Sundries .. .. . 11 Total for 8 wickets ...... 140 Progress Bowling: T. Deane 5 x 20, R. F. Burton 1 x 414, A. D. Box 1 x 12,1 B. Baxter 0 x 21, W. E. Watkins 1 x 2.1. [Once agaitn it will be noticed that the scorer Ihas omitted to give due credit to tihe fieldsmen for catches. Out ofcightl batsmen dismissed, five were caught...

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PERCY McFEE SCORES 53 RUNS D. WALTON AND W. FINDLAY BOWL WELL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922

PERCY-Mct'EE SCORES o53 RUNS D W.\L TON AND W.: FINDLAY BOWL WELL - . Trhis smatch, the last of the round, was :played at Cowes on Saturday lasl. Thle resolt'- wis of "rreit.;im portatene, as 1pon0 thle result lt:hung the right of challenge in the finals. lRhyll ort tile toss, and sent the lome teami to the wickets.: Stan; \Vlton comtilncen d bowlsing vwitt thc wrind, pitclilng tll e- ball short ani ?iouncing high; 'Thele ivay inivhich Ihis. lalls nipltedi Itp front then pitch soon.- had the batslnoic in; :trouble. Clark. antd XV. Fiindlay' wrei: both ciitught in slips for."duck eggs,;" ant George Jenner was out. l.b.w. :At the other end,' Doug WiWalton. -was brehkiig, from. the loIeg Handtlvorking i st ;is:lt'hcl havoc -Fred: Jeier, aught tin. slips, .was his first vtictimi: Thlen, ill: otie- over, Newt.Ish irLatdy and Erite Jdtner r re ecauglit. in. the oitfieldi acld I-Iatfield :bowled-scven out for -16 :titlcliding'- fou'r: "dueks.' rIte procession was stoiipedtl otlyatS thle la...

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S. PEARCE 27 NOT OUT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922

S.l PEAiCa 27 NOT OUT The match between Pearce dale and Langwarrin last Satur day resulted in a draw. Bowells, Wilson and Capon made a stand for Langwarrin, whilst Hillman and Sam- Pearce batted well for Pearcedale, whose first three batsmen were dismissed by Jack Williams and Harry Ridout with out scoring. Scdres LANGWARRIN. T. Bowells, c McConville b S. Pearce .... 15 W. Wilson, not out ...... 14 H. Simeock, lbw, b T. Pearce 7 H. Ridout, run out .. 2 R. Parker, c Knox b Hillman 7 J. H. Williams, b T. Pearce , 9 George Young, b S. Pearce 6 F. Carter c N Pearce b Hilman 4 G. Grant, c Craig b T. Pearce' 7 F. Davies; b S. Pearce .. 8 F. Capon, not out .... 1 Sundries 6 Total 97 Bowling-Hillman 2 x 26, Sam Pearce 3 x 23, McConville 0 x 10, N: Pearce 0 x 8, Craig 0 x 8. T. Pearce 3 x 18. SPEARCEDALE. N. Pearce,.b Williams .:., 0 E. McConville, b Ridout ... W. Craig, b Ridout ..... .. 0 S. Pearce, not out ......... 27 E. Hillman, b Williams .... 23 T. Pearce, c Bowells b Young .7 R. Crai...

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R. STOREY 5 FOR 25. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922

:R -R. STOREY. B ' FOR '25 - T'he Somerville II.'s defeated Tyabb Il.'s by 20 runs. - Robt. 'Storey bowled well for the Tyabbitcs, tak itg 5 x 25; whilst R. Walters was successful with the ball Tor the visi tors. Scores: rYABBIn TI.'s FI. Kinlg, 1i Thornell.,... .. 0 Bert Noble, b Unthank- ..... . 2 I-. Russell, b Walters .. . 0. Thornell, b Unthank .... .. 2 Bob Storey, c Kerr, b Tlorncll. 4 L. Mills, c Westaway, b;,Walters- 3 H-. Thoriicll, c Thiornell, b Foster 0. T. lollcy, b Waltcrs' .. 0 J. Holley, b Clarke ..-. 0 Fred MIills, not out . . . .Susldries ... 13 Total .. .. .. .. .. 35 Bowling: R. Unthank 2 x 0, V. Thornrll 2 x 5, R. Walters 3 x 2, A. Kerr. 0 x 4, S. Clarke 1 x 1. (In complete.) SOMERIVILLE II.'s R. Untlhank, c Russiell, b Storey C A. Ryan, b Storey .. A. Kerr, 1) Storey .. .... W. Thlornell; I Storey... . . S. Clarke, I) 0. 'Thorncll .. .. 1 I-I. Westaiway, b Storey .. .. .. 7 R. .Walters, . c Theirnell, b) 0. Thornell .. . .. . . . .. 5 W. Foster, not ot .. . . ...

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CARLSON SCORES 61 RUNS. BOYD TAKES 7 FOR 24. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922

`BOYD TkES 10 2 ^Iii 's isteli gau 1 '4' East n Brns wick. i?a ,'CahrrI?-?? .l Stiii??iY, th.i locals. sccnrcd e..?i tlcsy ?s lnoby' a.2vi -ic"siliad '58:3 runs.-''\V Csrlsooi: was: in splcndid fcetlc with tlic',batsecoral lng ,61 by. lively- cricketu vilstiCCr A. J.:Boyd registred';ran outstandinei bowlinge : prforiuaincc-7~ ? for .,24; - "EAST .BRUNSWICK.'| , Danicls,_c E.:Bibggs b.1Biggs0ai,.725, K. Austin, b Byd . Autin, b Boyd .. ;.16 Stevens, c and b Boyd .'.'::-' hIiddenway, bw,l b Carso;?,.;, :0 Harvey, b Boyd ' . .' 4. Cole, c and b E- Bigsg .?I ?,.. Stantclife, b- Boy ..-,... " :,. Hayes, c Forsyth, b Boyd d. ?. 0 Kent, b Boyd Eckcrcan, not. out' .. . i. Sundries .. ** * Total . 71 Bowling: Boyd 7 x 24, E. BiggsA 8, Biggs' sconr., 1 6,x"DAllan O x 2, Carlson 1x 15. - CARRUM. , ' Biggs, senr.., b Stevcns...... 19. W. Carlson, b Stevens .. .....61 ,L. Green, not out .; ... 20 Webt, b Stevens- ...... Harry Stride, b Stevens .... ;.. 10 E. Biggs, c and b Stcvcn's r'.'?...-ý,4 ...

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OUR TYABB LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922

On Tuesday, Marlch 7th, the sub ject of pre-cooling fruit for export came uttnder discussion at tile month ly meeting of the Tyabb and Hast ingts' Horticultural Associntign. Some time ago 'a circular was senct out from thei Department of Agriculture ad vocating pre-cooling, reducing fruit for export to a tetperature of 32 deg. Fahrenhlit prior to loading onl board the vessel. The circular raised a storm of discussion amlong growers in the daily Press. To use the words of. Mr. Perry (Chairmanll of the Export Fruit Handling Cotnutit tee) pre-cooling had been as, a -tsum mler shuower in mlalty bright seasonts of successful exporting. Little of nto thing was known of it in thin case of apples; Small slhipments have been sent along with unpre-cooled fruit, and difference in prices obtained was never evident, and in.certait cases it was even' reported that pre-cooled fruit showed the effects of the extra 11.,...11:.... If pre-cooling was to show a de cided impllrovement in condition o app...

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COWES v. RHYLL. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922

, COWES v. RHEYLL; This mitth was- sartedr at Rhyll last Satlirdsy befor'e a large annmber oConolookersa.. It ia.,to be a iwo innings match, , played to a finish. Boull.t teams were : rcpraesnted by their full alrengtb, with the excep tion of F. Hntlleld, of Cowes, who was nabaset owing, to a poisoned band. Rbi -il bilteid first, ands were out folr tile nluderate score of 108, in wlhiih the oneu bright patch, was the bitling oir thuir captalin, 0. Boyes, whld. went iln lirt, u:n '.l norried Iis bat for a woll coupilod 50; Cowes Innings was adifferent tale. In ai hour they were'all out for"24. Only one batsimani- (W. Findlay) reached double figures. The buwl illg of Douag. Walton was deadly. He id n left hand Iowlaer, and comnmands a good leg .breao.l His 'average of 9 for 11 will take soamo beating. His full flguies wee '67balls, 8"3 overe, 4 maidens. .9 vickets II runs. Stun Waltonu, bowliug sat: the other end, bowled 9. overa, 4 lmaldens, with I wicket for 12 run.. The match will ...

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HASTINGS PENINSULA PREMIERS. DOBBIN REID 55 NOT OUT. FRED FLOYD 8 FOR 42. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922

HASTINGS iNINSAi ULA PREMIERS. I)DOIlBIN RI1D 55 NOT OUT. FRED FLOYD 8 FOR 12. By their dlefeat of 1itterin la.t Satutrday by 0 wickets Iand 12 runs, I-astings won tile prctllerisllp of tile n'it nslt ua Cricket \Association;- Crib ['oint were ,tretliers Iist scasotn. Bit tcrnm Ibatled first, bul against .the bowling of( red Iloyd, even such ritle batsuhllenas 1-tintlev, iranik Al .a"1 antd Cr. Forbes failed to do any gooed. .Floyd finisilid willt 8 for 42, sceivtl; cleu aEilld iowled! Hast ings fieldcd wll ctreatc precision , nid 1littern went out for n 2 runs. ' Plty ing a stcidly ganmI Bert LC l-iutay atd S. :lIox oplencd for I-Iastings. W\len lie ihad rIached. 20, Knox got his leg before, and Ecles received the wicket.: Dobbin Reid joilnedt Le -lIray, and the t\\;o played out" timc, Reld being 35 not out,,and Lue H-luray 206 not out. Scores:- : 131-BI'TERN. - J. HIlntlcy, b. Iloyd ;.. . T. Buebklcy 'b l3oyld .. '. ".% , .. Phil -Van; Snylen,- b Floyd .. r . 26 Cr.. D. Forbs, b '...

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COWES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922

COWES. Thinklug'it not good for the edu dation of their children to have a school of 67 closed, the parents have a petition to the Minister of Educa tion asking for a relieving teacher. Also a permament assistant teach. er.. Don't we all hope they get one I There has been a slight sugar famine on Phillip Island the last week owing to the delay in the arriv al of the "Helen Moore" with sup plies. This ship put into Cowes on Wedneday, so Islanders may now sweeten their porridge to their liking. People hero have rich living just now. Oysters, fish and wild duck are all plentifut. Will it lead to fat ness or doctors' billet At parents meeting in Cowes School Irpt Friday tso following were elected as members of the school committee. MIsers Thompson, Alb Smith, Rev C H. Clark, Mesdames Anderson, Whanhorn, Ward and Burke. It Is the first tirme we have had a'majority of ladies, hbt fathers have only themselves to blame as only one of them "was present at the meet ingl What chance would he h...

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Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922

4r Cricket . ~By " "Strathmore." A couple of issues ago ] made reference to some of the most out standing bowling iperformances for the present season. Here are sotme I, for. tile moment, overlooked:-A. Birushlield, Morningtotn, 7 x 7; Percy Tliornecll, Solervillc, 7 x 13; C. Stewart, Crib Point, 7 x 20; \V. E. Watkins, Frankston, and- E. Biggs, Carrum, 5 x 7: Alf. Forsyth, Carrum, 5 x :l L. V. Green, Carrum, 5 x.ll1; Mat. Kemp, Frankson, ranksto x 19. Tlese arc extra special, and "Stratltlore"I apologises with all the energy of a politician for nott includingi them itn, the list referred-to. \VWho is tlie sitost consistesnt bats ,man on the Peninsula? That's an in teresting quiery, and a reply is not easy. There are several, to my Imind, wlvo are candidates for the honored position. My votes go to Watkins, Marlin, Grant, Carlson, Rankine, Reid, Neil, lKmpson, Jenner, Mills andl Frank Alisn. These are a few, and they take soime beating. Let me prove it. W. El. \WValkins, the Frankst...

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HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922

" {ASTINGS. Ah;liouse party was held at bMrs. R. A. Strushs' : resid nce :on i.Saturdayi M1archs"4th,: to'raise: funids~ for the forthcoming Ronina Catholi Bazaar. Over 40 gueists wecre jpresent, and games and musical ýitems: filled in ani enjoyable evenin g: A :g'oodly ;sunsm was ncttcd and a vote of. thanks was passcd: to Mr. and MMrs. Struhs for thie evening's cintrtainmrntiei:

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

SOMERVILLE The Somerville Tennis Club journeyed to 'I'yabb on Saturdoy last, to meet the local champions at tennis. After a very enjoyable afternoon's sport Somerville re tired the winners by 44 games to 34. The Ladies of Tyabb en tertained the visitors to after noon tea. These afternoons are most enjoyable and we would like to see more of them. The detailed scores are as follows: Ladies Doubles: Miss M Grant and Mrs Westaway lost to Misses Willey and Cole, 6-3. Alisses Mackje and Grant beat' Misses Willey and Cole, 6-2. Gents Donbles: Messrs.Docwra and Cozens beat Messrs Flood and Ponting, 6-4. Messrs Gibbons and J Gregory lost to *'.es.rs Flood and Pont ing, 6-5. Mixed Doubles: Mr J. Gregory and Mrs H. Grant. beat Mr Cole and Mlrs Flood, 6-4. Miss lackle and .Mr Docwra. beat 'lrs Flood an4 Ari Cole, 6-4.. Mrs W.4 il ii lid6ff' . ..p : Gregory, be? t Maq's§ ?S:Steer'ano ' ,Ir W. Steer; 6-3. Mrs H. Grant and Mr S. Greg ory, beat Miss A. Steer and Mr W. Steer, 6-51

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

Great Summer Sale Goods are to be Cleared Regardless of Cost, so Come. Early hItre are a few of the Bargains we are offering A few Ladies Cotton Crepe Dresses Extra good quality White Pique, sn at 15s each. orifice at 2s ll~Id per yard Bls1us- in Print, Voile and Silk Galatea ats IIy d pet-yard from 3 1 1d Unbleached Calico at ]ai3d White aprons from is 9d Very good quality While Calico at Black aprons from 2s 6d Is ad per yard - Black Cutton Stockings at is Gd Good Cream Flannel at 2s 9d per yd Bonds Artificial Silk Stookings, in Natural Flannel at 2s 6d all Colors. fromi3s lid to Ite lId Very special line of Sheeting--54 A large stuck of children's dresses Herrinsbone Twill at 28 lid; 80 from 3s Gd each Herringbone Twill at 3s ld Very special line of Ladies Ves's, Babies white silk Peter Pan Hats at morcerised (Bond's) at 4s lid 28 9d each Also line of Cotton Vests at Is G9 Large Assortment of Summer Hlets A few Flannelette Night Dresses to for children go at 7s lid Ladies and Gen...

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Phillip Island Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922

Phiilip islaqd Notes At the mfontlyl3 neeting of thie Cowes* Mechanics' Institute. tle stun of £10/12/6 was handed to the treasurer as the takings for Febru ary. Is was also decided to go straight ahleads with the matter -of obtaining a clear title for the hall. Mr. A. ItcLardy, senr., is to interview solicitor with tlie view of instituting proceedings. Mr. Hatfield gave notice of resig nation fromposition of secretary and librarian. -He asked to be relieved as soon as possible, but-at the wish of-the committee.consented to defer liis resignation till the next monthly meeting. -Different me'eubers of -cominittee referred to the urgent need of paint ing and repairs to the body of the hall, but no action was" taken, as some new building 'scheme- is in the -air, proiding the clear.title can hb obtained. -• -... ...• - * According to old 'building plans, club roonts wvere to-be erected for" returned soldiers.. Doubt is now be ing openly expressed'as to the prob ability of the -returned ...

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ALFRED HOSPITAL AUXILIARY FRANKSTON BRANCH TO BE FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922

ALFRED HOSPITAL AUXILIARY FRANKSTON BRANCH TO BE S FORMED. What already promises to, be a large and representative meeting has been called for Thursday afternoon next at tile Mechanics' Hall, Franks ton, when steps will-bc taken'to form a Frankston Branch of tile Alfred Hospital Auxiliary. The meeting has been convened by Mr. H. M. Collins, of "Gracelhill," Frankston, Vice-Pre sident of the Alfred '-Hospital, who occupied the. presidenitial chair dur ing the recent absence in England of Senator Fairbairn. "Mrs. ,; Lambie is taking an active part tn the tmovetment" and has secured the interest of other well-known work ers in community causes. All ladies are cordially invited by advertisement elsewhere. The Alfred. - Hospital Auxiliarymllovement has proved a re markably successful one iin the short time since it was inaugurated. Bran ches have been formed in all the. metropolitan centres which the hospi tal specially serves, suchl as those -south of the Yarra; and now the or ganisatio...

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Our Hastings Letter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922

Our liastiqgs Letter A very nasty accident, which might have ended much more seriously, ,uok Ipae ott Friday. afternoon of eat week. - 11r. II. Phillips, twho. has a young :.rchad on thie "i(Kn," Hastings, was 4driving home about 4 o'clock. Hie had picked uslt three children going home fromt school, and was himlself sitting in front' of -the spring-cart. Going down the incline where the Cemetery-road leaves time Melbourne road, it is surmised, site backband or tugs broke, and' the cart rtn. on to the horse'sheels. Mr. Philips was promiptly- kickedofT' the cart,sand the horse bolted. Two- of the young sters dropped out along the road, es caping with. a few bruises. Just across -the bridge the horse calme down, and tile third boy, a son of Mr. J. W\ilson, ;Cemetcry-road, was pinned under the cart. - ,Mr i.Philips, whllo tmust be comttilimentted for_..lis grit, had --followed up, though badly cut on hlle leg and head, anttd extri cated hims; whie, hie was alutost -tn conscious. - . Bot...

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

-AeFrankston Directory. BAY STREET BAKERY F. . P erbert ............ Baker, Pastry Cook and Caterer ............ Only the best articles supplied ....We study the wishes of our customers...... Letters, etc, receive attention. Picnic Parlies & Socials Catered for. .. AfternoonTea a Specialit-r. ..Bread Delivered Daily. BAY - STI i iu TiRA NKSTON . J. Withington t20 yearns as Goelorneral Haud with L. Foster & Suno , Melbourne) Informs the public of Fralt ston and district that he has commonced business as..... ,, SADDLER .. First-class Workmanship, Guaranteed at Melbourne Prices. Note the addroes-Next to Brown & Muir's, theo blacksmiths Playne Street ..:,. Frankston MIlisseS 1 8 A mll0os M o play o f Xmas Toys, Fancy Goods and Stationery suita:ble for Xmas presents. Less than city prices. PAIRLIIH HOUiS, youi 9t. FRAItKTON FRANKSTON DAIRY Pure INil'k, diroct frorr tha Od.r'a-i's wvell known Dairy Parm Customers mny coulldniletly rely on the puri ty an I ilgh cla...

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