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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922
F.rank ston Directory_ Established 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash I. I 01 I 1 -1 erDance ! Dance ! Everyone should learn to dance .... and now is your S . .. ...... opportunity to leaan .. . ..... - - A WEEKLY DANCE commencing from Thursday, march 23rd, will be held in the Mechanics Hall, Frankston, under the direction Sof Mr N. BLAKE. Private lessons may be arranged. BEGINNERS! BEGINNERS! Start at Once and learn the latest modern ballroom dances-Waltz, Fox-trots, One Step and the Tango. A GOOD BAND ASSURED aIe Refreshments Provided Admission: Gents is 6d, Ladies Is, plus tax I 0 CII I Peninsula Motor r Garage i 11 •"1 IT7 LATE A.I.F Stell ald Klnapp D ESIRE to inform the pub'ic of Frankston and the Peninsula generally that the above garage is under entirely w" NEW MANAGEMENT A New Plant is being installed to carry out all c'asses of Repairs Renewals, etc, to...
"THE RIVER'S END." [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922
"THE RIVER'S END." Hliansen's Popular Pictures will be screened at Hastings this evening, and at Somerville on Saturday night. On .Monday, the Pictures will visit D)rointana. anrd on Tuesday night Sor rento will be visited. A. splendid prograumme has been booked-.A First National feature, "The River's End," by James Oliver Curwood, and "The Long Chance,". will be screened, to !gcther with a` eolnedy, gazette, etc. On Friday" night next, Hansen's Pic tures will present "The Oath" to an Hastings audience, following with its iresentation at the other places. 'Tlte -Oath" is anl eight reel feature, the cast beilig headed by . Mirianm Cooper, Anna O. Nillsoy and Coni way' Tearle. It is one of the best pictures First National i hs yet pro duced. "The Love Swindle" will also be slowni. MAr. Hansen will release 'Nomads of the Northi?' at an early late. etty Blythe, Lou Chancy and Lewis Stone are the stars of that emarkable picture. - -
Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922
Repatriatioq Notes Returned Soldiers are invited tc apply to this Committee for advice before entertaining bus:ueas pro posala of any kind. Those Soldiers and Dependents needing assistance, sustenance, &c. are hereby notified that by personal application to any of the undersigned members of committee, forms and advice may be obtained :-Messrs Oates (chairman), C. Gray, W. S. Hartland, S. Sherlock, W. P.-Mason, T. J. M lcMurtrie and E. Barrett. Employers are requested to notify the Committee of any vacancy suitable for returned men. Persons having Businesses or Property, &o., to sell suitable to Returned Soldiers are earn. estly invited to commuunicate particu lars to the Committee. E. BARRETT, Hon. See, Repatriation Frankstn
AROUND ABOUT COWES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922
AROUND ABOUT COWES. Much sympathy is,felt with Mr. F. Hlalfield. of tile Cowes State 'Sclhool, in the enforced absence from his du ties through-a poisoned ihnd, whicht will necessitate the closing.- of the school for a fortnight -from last Monday. While anything that will bring the children a holidtay, 'whether it be the occ=:,'o:: of a'visit o: the State- Governor, is usually welcoml ed by them, a0nd even on this occa sion. expressions of joy were heard w'hen it Was noised abroad that the school would be closedt as'the' Dc partntent was unable to seind a re lieving teacher. Still,' we believe. the children will join with tis in. wvishiing Mr. IHatfield a speedy recovery, for le i. a great favoilrite wtiththe scho Iirs (they speak of him in hn en dearing way as'"Hattie"), ie: taking ra:lt with them in their many 'games antd if at times they ma:y think hc' acids somewsaitr to ttelir sorirows,;we aire sure it will Work outtitfor'their. good in after life. On, Tuesday morning ?\esternp...
CRANBOURNE SHIRE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922
CRANBOURNE SHIRE ELECTION. Tle cxtraordinarv election for the vacant seat in tite- Crantboure Riding, owing to tile retirement of Mr. J. 13. \Vilson, iresulted in thle elcction of NI . Croskcll, the followilg number of votes being recorded: ' Croskell .. .. 230 SHall ...... .. 88 Brown. ... 25 Keen inlterest was evinced through out tile Cranbourne Shire during thle recent extraortdinary election for a rotuncillor for thlc Cr ltbourne Rl ing, Shire of- Crailbournt.? Mr. Cyril Croskell, of Clyde (who is an old Frankstonitc), was returned be over a two to'one tlajority over tile other two eantdidates. Mr. Croskell's na jority was th e largest onbtaied in raniy nle ici election held in tile Crnanournc Shire.
KING APPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922
KING APPLE. - BYGEORGE UPTON There is niidsic in tile packing shed, Sfor you hear the papers rustle &lt;As eaclh iruit is tlcatly wrapped arid deftly lput awayt , lFor tllc uoys have got tolthustle, and laut on a bit of bustle, Now tile boat is waiting for to *take -the fruit. away. So the packers go oil striving, whiile the fruit is still arriving, . T'o wrap tliemi and to pack thlli'e in " a proper sort of wa'y. And you'll hear *lie rhythnsic rustle, S'mid the hurry and the bustle - For' the boats are all awaiting to take the fruit awaoy. T'liroughotit tile Peninsula; at lire sent thell nilain topic of conversation is apies. ''The taily work of nmost is atiubngst apWples. rTie tlioughtls of ilany are rt ,1 markets for apples; cases to contain apples for oversea or interstate lmarkets, and the rush of work necessary to have the fruit icked, graded, wrappedtl, packed and ,oinsigned in time to reacli the over sea boats that during Mtarch and \ipril 'are bIeii?g' constantly lo...
OUR LANGWARRIN LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922
OUR LANG\WARRIN LETTER. On. Sunday last two residents of this district, Mrs. Scedsman and Mrs. Mlatthliews; while driving into lranks ton, had the imisforitune to be thrown oht of the vehicle through the horse falling. Both the injured ladies were conveyed to Frankston Hospital for trcatlmnct, where it was found that Mrs. M'atthsews had received severe injuries to the hip and head. Mrs. Seedsman," though much bruised, es caplied with minor injuries. Oi the same day, two sois of MAr. l'aPworth, while out with a motor bicycle with a side car, failed to iegotiate a sharp turn oH tile road, ývith the result that the bike crashed into 'souie trees on the roadside, andi Ile two youths received serious headl itjturies, one receiving concussion of lhe bramin.
TANTI MARKET. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922
TANTI' MARKET. MORNINGTON. Tanti Market, Monday, sMarch 6th.-Alex. Scott and Co. Pty. Ltd. report:-We held our usual monthly sale at Tanti yards on the above date, when we had full yardings of cattle, sheep, pigs, poultry, etc. Buy ers were present in good numbers, and competition for cattle and sheep was very keen, though business was dull in the pig pens, prices there not being up to expectations. Milkers and forward springers were disposed of at late ruling ;rates, and sheep realised excellent trices; if anything, being in advance of Melbourne mar ket. \e quote: Millkers, £8/7/6 to £12/2/6; springers, forward, £7/2/6 to £10/2/6; backward, £6/15/- to £7 10/-; fat cows, £4/15/ t-o £5/17/6; fat bullocks, £8 to £9; stores, 53/S/ to £5/15/-; heifers, £3/2/6 to £5/12/6; steers, £3/2/6 to £4; bulls. £3 to £6 7/6. Sheep.-Fat ewes, 16/3 to 17/-; fat lambs, 11/6 to 15/3; wetllers to 15/2; lambs to 18/1; stores, 11/6 to 13/3. Pigs.-llackfatters to £5/2/6; bacon, £3/6/- to £4/12/6: porkers, ...
THE UMPIRE'S WHISTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922
THE UMPIRE'S WHISTLE. Secretaries of the various football clubs throughout the Peninsula are reminded that "The Standard" makes a pecciality of members' tickets in. club colors. Any color can be ob tained-Green and Gold. Red and Black, Red and White, Yellow and Black, Black and White, Maroon, Blue, Blue and White, Dark Blud, etc. A line to "The Standard" is all that is needed; a price and sample will be sent along by return post.
POET'S CORNER. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922
POET'S OORBNR. To the Editor. Sir ,- ith due' apology to Ellis Parker Buller. I submit the follow ing, which illustrates the desire for information by the public: I want to know how Roger Burton. Likes chops-nearly all bone, or with meat -on I I want to know..what-kind of shoes Fred Floyd and William Watkins uscl! - %What kind of-soap docs: Syd;. Mar tin like? And Does Joe McComb use a bike? Or did he ever? And if it's hot Does `Bill" Carlson like lemonade, gin, or what? I want to' know the size of gloves Dave Kennedy wears, and, if Fred IMills loves -" Olive oil; and how George Grant's scores are tnadc? \WVlat does Tom Bow ells cat? Does Fred .Murray like marmalade? All sorts of things 1 want to learn About Rue De la H-laycve Bell. Bax ter, Sam Pearce, and Harry Emtnp And \auglhann Lewis, Harry Daly, and Jack Huntley; I wanlt to know the whole blanky Storeyl 1 want to know, and know I will Even if "Tile Standard's" press is never still.. For .nre, it prints such facts as thesel I a...
LANGWARRIN. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922
A pleasant social was held at the Methodist Church on Tuesday, 7th \March, at which there was a good attendance. Parlor games were in dulged in. and also a recitation by lMiss Ridout and songs by Mr.' D. Adderly and Miss tMyrtle Corlett. A very pleasant evcning was spent, and tihe coffee supper provided proved "something. above the ordin ary, and unstinted praise was be stowed on- the gentleman who made the coffee; pierhaps it was an art ac quired during war service: anyhow. it -had the real tang, and stnlamped the person who made it as an artist at the game. On Sunday, 19th March, harvest thanksgiving services will be held at the 'Methodist Church, and on the Monday evening following a sale of gifts will he held, which promises to be a record. At the triennial clection of a school committee on Thursday evening, 9th inst.. at the school, tihe. following were nominated:--Messrs. C. S. Cor lett, A. Corlett, H. Oates. Herb. Rid out, P. J. tMurray and G. J. \\'icks. There 'was but a sin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922
State Savings Bank of Victoria "ME FARIERS SANK" Credit For0cier Loans on Farni Properties Two rhirds of Valuation up to £2000 at 7 per oent, Repayable over 25N years £4 5s half yearly for each £100 1:9' Special Terms for Returned Soldiers Dependants, Red Cross and Transport Workers Three-fourths of Valuation up to £2000 at 6Q per cent. Repayable over 28 years, £2 quarterly for each £100 Application Forms at any State Savings Bank or by wrl.ing to Inspector-General. GEO E. EMERY, Inspector General Head Office ..... State Savings Bank, Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, Victoria \Xl f L I Ii1J /' / i/1?,l? J, SWAIN & SONS, - ONUMENTAL and OENEB'L MAS9ON C r Latrobe & Exhibition Stre e r MELBOURNE nuurents, HendetEnes, and General Repnire Effected. - M.1ABLE AAD DWOODEN MANTLE-PIECE.,' Designs on Arp lction. CorrespondoneT Invited .. , Estimntes submitted ree Tale 41S86 Central "The Standard" Stands for the Advancement of the Peninsula. If you desire that, help this paper in...
CRIB POINT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922
CRIB POINT NOTES. The district chlbs are now prepar ing for football. The Naval Depot will probably run a teamt again, and Crib- Point is thinking of running either a senior. or a' junior team. Another of the concerts organised by-Mrs. Miller, wife of Captain Mil Icr:,_ officer commanding Flinders Naval Depot, was held in the drill hall at the depot on Thursday even ing last, ill the presence of a large crowd of officers and ships' company. The concert, which was of the usual Ilighl standard, also attracted a good ly. number of district people from Bittern and Hastings, as well as from Crib Point. The programme was contributed to by Mrs. Miller, W. O. Pearce, W. O. Simmons, C.P.O's., Ovens, Prowse, Kirkham and Car gin, and Stokers Graltam and Sefton, whilst the Depot Band, which is now in a high state of ,efficiency, render .cd several good selections. By an easy. victory over Bittern, at' Bittern, last Saturday, Hastings Iave become prenmiers of the Penin ulia Cricket Association f...
MAT. KEMP 4 x 19. A MARGIN OF A RUNS' WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922
MAIT. KE1MP ,4 x 19. A MARGIN OF 4 RUNS' WIN., Seaford were defeated by only four runls at the Cranhliorne-road Reserve by Frankston last Saturday. - Scores: FRANKSTON. L. Ryan, I, Stewart ... ;.. 0 E. K. McComb, c., is Johnson... . G. Petrie, c, b cGlniskn .. .. 4 1-I. McComb, u Stewart ..... 1a Cr. Iteague, e, Jonsn .. .. 10 XW. McComb e, I Saell..... ..i 8B M. Kemp, b Daly . "L;1 "" s": :11 I. McComb, c, b Stewart . . 0 G. Lueo c, b Daly .. . . ..: 1 A; Ryan ruln qut .. u .o . I-nlter, not out; . n .. Total . ..41. 84 SBowling: lcCiGnistkin 1 11 D:ily.2 x 30, Savlle 1 x-14 Jothnson, se?r, 1 x 10, Stewart 3 x.7. 2 x : .,: J. G. Johnsot, bHagn?t: . \V. Davies, .b Lff.. 1 F. Moffitt, not ot 2:.2.; T. Savelle, c \[cComb; bLh Ltfi: .0 H.. \LcC.lloelt ron oat..'... 05 J Jothnson b Kenmp'. . . . 2. " G. Johnson, bh Kcmp.: . i. Daly c, b Petrie-... . . U-C il. XlcG t gkii, b .Kem)ct.. :;....ý 0 K irkham, Kemlte." .t ...s . .. C. Stewart;e c Kcmp b \lcComb. .10 Sundeics ....,' ;,, ;:,'. 7...
AT THE MOVIES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922
AT THE MOVIES. An extra picture night "has been booked for the Easter holidays. The Frankston Ciledonian Society will hold a concert 'on Easter: Monday night, and on the Wednesday the Frankston Pictures will 'present a Paramount programme. . Every available-secat- it.thee Frank ston Pictures;last'Saturday night was occupied.- The popularity -of the pic tures increases with every shoiving. Mary McLaren was -the heroine of "The Wild Goose," whichl proved to he a very entertaining picture. Mary M[cLarcn is a sister to Katherine McDonald, another famous person ality of the silver sheet. "The Law of the Yukon" was acceptable, the scenery of that desolate country be ing pictured with realistic effect. Louisa Fa:ecnda, the quaint come dienne, created great laughter in the Sennett comedy. An exceptional pro gramme has been booked for Satur day night. Take a glance at the ad't.
CRIB POINT'S SMALL TOTAL. DAVON 7 x 12. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922
CRIB POINT'S.SSMALL TO'TAL. DAVON 7 x 12. French Island played the last match of the season in connectlion with the Peninsula Association, at Crib Point on Saturday. The ladies of Crib Point entertained tlie Islanders to dinner and tea, and after a very friendly game, the Island team proved victorious. Davon anld Bennetts again bowled well, rdis missing Crib Point for 28 runs. Scores:- CRIB POINT. Davies. c MlcGuigan, b Bennetts .. 2 Allen, c Bcnnetts, b Davon ... ;.. 1 Thomersol, b Davol ........ Benoetts, b Davon ;...... 7 Lake, hi Davon .. . .. 0 Marriott, b Bennetts .. .: 1 Rogers. Ibw, b Bennetts .... 8 Baker, i Davon ........... 2 Paling, not out .. 5 Batch, b Davon . ....... .. 1 Tipper, c and b Davon .. .... 0 Sindries .. 1 Total ... ; .. ...... . 28 Bowling: Davon 7 x 12, Beinetts 3 xs15.' FRENCH ISLAND. W. Ttompson, c Rogers, b Davies 18 \V;Duseher, b Biennetts .. 1 Doe la Haive, c Allen, b D?vies 21 E. 'Ihomlsont ,b ]ennetts .. . P. Davon, c Rogers. b Davies .... A. Benne...
CARRUM. (Written specially for "The Standard.") [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922
CARRUM. (\Written specially for "The Standard.") A newly-married. couple, Mr. and Mrs.-L. Ratlen, are-at present spend ing their honeymoon as tie gucsts of. Mrs. A. H. Hacking. The young people are well known here, and have made themselves very'popular. The3y have been coming to and fro from the city for some time. Mr. Ratlen is a brother of Mrs. Hack ing. They -intend to take uip their residence in Prahran. The parents of the local school held .a formal meneting at the Ihall last week, when it-was decided to call a meeting to-night (Friday) to nominate and. elect the school com neittee for the ensuing tliree years. Mr. J. V. CGrimshaw is the returning officer. A special harvest thanksgiving ser vice in connection withl the local Presbyterian Church was held last Sunday. The preacher, Mr. Kelso, of Richmond, officiated before a large congregation. The kirk was nicely decorated by Mesdames Ellis, Mel drum, Robertson and others. Members of the local fire brigade speak very highly of t...
BATTING AVERAGES AT COWES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922
BATTING.AVERAGLS nAT i ' COWES.ii W s n' Runs.. ns. NO? Av. A.iMclardy ;.. 13 1 =2 -21.6 A. e Brownr .. ... 37 3 16. tinal cricket matches 10.8 Rhyll on, Saturday, between Cowes and Rhyll. :s : another ,W.Findla'y 21 ' .- 5.6 F '-Jenner ;;'`66.. 65 10.. j- 5.5 A:,Brown ..: ::... 4`,..1, match willbe plaed at Cowes. Wkts.' Runs. Av. ji.enner 19' 107 , atc5.6 A. Findlay .. . 5 34 6.8 W Fiindlay 8ihh 64 8 N. McLardy 9 101 11.2 G. Jcnnr . 9 103 11.4 F. Jennr .. 18 '229 12.7 C..Williams 6 82 13.6 F. Hatfield:. 1 24 27 A' Brown . 1 37 37 Final cricket matches commence at Rhyll on Saturday, between Cowes and Rhyll. If Cowes win, another match ..will.,be played. at Cowes. ,; inals .are.to be two mnipas, matches plyjed' to a finish; On the form of both teams, the match should be well contested.
JOHANSEN'S FINE PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 March 1922
-JOHANSEN'S FINE :-2 PERFORIMANCE.* ' .-utbailts of' tlbesnatc all-bcd eren orni iogton and 'Moorooduc: iirc not to .baind, ultn-tMomingtQn.io.ib ,.124 runs to'46. Tolfirnse'n of lstoniington, was tlie,;star of tlicnntsolmait kihif 47;runs. add 'tabk ing 8: wickets "for 26 r'ins-A This is probablty the best. tll-roindper.formti cc or;tlie season ;it thie Nortliern' Penin sufl Ass'ciati6n mnatclies.;.'-''? ;