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BLACKS v. R.S.L. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

BLACKS V. R.S.L. i:i.acls.--Fi's' IIiinnibs, O96, (C. Davenport 4S ). •R.SL.tFirst .:Inniings, 52. RS.L;- Second :Innings, 52 (J. Haines 4/10, S.: Peters 2/6, R. Calvert :2/14, R..Avery 5/20).

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
D.C.A. FRANKSTON REDS v. IMPERIALS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

FRANISKTON REDS v. iMPERI , , :. : " `: ALS• Imperials. -Frst Innings, 57 :(Matchitt 3/17, B. Gloury 1/6, H. Davey -0/, L Hunter 3/3, G. .Parr 1/17, J. Cass 1/2) Imperials.i--Second. Innings, 83 .(C. Garner 30:- J. , hyte 1/18, L. Hunter .0/11, H. Davey 0/2-, J. Cass.'3/15; ,G Pari 1/19, Mat chitt, 0/1). Frankston Reds. -- First In liings, 114, (''(Synionds 25, Pair 24, Lockwood 22). :rlinlkston Reds. - Second In nings, ..103, (J.!: Whyte 28, L. 4Matchitt '22,-L:. Lockwood 16).

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Cricket FRANKSTON-GLENHUNTLY ASSOCIATION FRANKSTON v. PARKDALE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

Cricket I'r~il s~Nh ,TOS-6L1A3 l lL Trj1y ASSOCLATION .FRANKSTON V P RKDALE Fi an;sto1Ii·' -First Innulings, rPaikdale -Flrst Inninigs, SO. iraiikstOfl: Second Innings, 3S, (P Steuniett .12 -iio. ). Parkdale won,".by hinnings and 12 runs:

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

LOCAL PAPER 'That is Found in Most FRANKSTON & PENINSULA HOMES IS THE STANDARD THE PENINSULA NEWS` PICTORIAL No other medium. can convey your message so effectively to so many, at such a resonable cost, as .you .own local paper, "The Standard.' Classified , Advertisements from 1/6. Space Advertisements from' 2/- per. inch Lodge Your Advertisement .?ith. Your AUTHORISED NEWSAGENT, THE. STANDARD OFFFICE, 41 Playne .Street, Frankston.. Or Contact: ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. STANDARD. 'NEWSPAPERS PTY. LTD., 10 -:Park= Road, ..Cheltenham; Phoi"es : Chely. 107-i" t--88. :Publishers of THE. STANDA-RD Arid Six Other Weekly News Pictorials

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SEAFORD EAST FLOODS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

SEAFORD EAST FLOODS The Carrum Water Works Trust has been requested by3 Frankston Shire Council to instal a -pump and pump the flood waters out of East Seaford. . Cr. Klauer said all these people paid a drainage rate to the Trust, and the flood was a detri ment to health.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EUROPEAN JOURNEY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

EURFOPEAN JOLi 1YI I - >UP. IN THE ALPS As the train wound round Lake Thun from Berne to. Interlaken, I chatted to a German-speaking Swiss schoolgirl going for holi-' days to Grindelwald.. Opposite was a. middle-aged woman car ,rying an easel and paint box, and a ruck sack over her shoulder. She was a Bernese artist, and everyone on the train nodded her a "good day." Somehow, I got my trains mix ed at Interlaken, and to the ex citement and consternation of the Swiss schoolgirl I only hop ied in just as the train com menced to pull out of the sta tion. We later changed on to a small mountain train. The guards and porters wore blue cotton smocks with the initials "B.O.B." embroidered on the collar. Bob seemed a common Swiss name until I discovered it was the in itials of the Bernese Oberland Railway. I thought I had entered Para dise at the Swiss-Italian border, but this was another Shangri La. The little train was like so many match boxes on wheels pulling itself up the mountain v...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Seaford News SEAFORD YOUTH CENTRES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

Seaford News SEAFORD YOUTH CENTRES Frankston Council has decided to acquire land in McCrae Street, Seaford,- for the purpose of.erect ing a Youth Centre.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Frankston Cricket Club DONATIONS ACKNOWLEDGED [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

Frankston Cricket Club DONATIONS ACKNOWVLEDGED The committee of the Franks ton Cricket Club gratefully ac knowledge receipt of the follow ing generous donations: Cr. Tomasetti .. £5 0 0 Central Timber and Plaster .... .... 2 2 0 D. S. Game ........... 11 0 A. L. Peters ...... 1 2 0 J. A. Sanders .... .. 1 1 0 A. J. Spark .... 1 1 0. A. Eadie .......... 2 2 0 W. Butterfield... .. 1 1 0 J. Beattie . . 0 10 i 6. Woodward and Sons.. .. 10 6 W.'Layland .. :...... 0.10 6 P. C: Hocking .. .. 0 10. 6 "' An anonymous donatidn of two bats and batting gloves was also very welcome.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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SEAFORD SCHOOL OVERCROWDED [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

SEAFORD SCHOOL OVER CROWDED Mr. Leggatt (Chief Secretary) has been asked by Frankston Council to request the Minister of Education to ' allocate addi tional school accommodation at Seaford, where 170 pupils are overflowing into the passageways. The 'Minister of Health, Mr. Gartside, will also be asked to obviate the serious sanitary and drainage troubles at the school.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Plaza Pictures COMING "HITS" NOW AND CHRISTMAS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

Plaza Pictures COMING:, ?"HI'TS" NOW( ANI) " CHIIISTMAS A desperate; and .ijous fight between a powerful stallion and an enraged :wild bear, said to be one of the most unusual, and most exciting sequences ever filmed, is a. highlight. sequence of Eagle Lionl's'Cinecolor, production of "Red Stallion," the poignant and heart-.wa~'mming story of a boy's de votion :to a'horse, scheduled to be gin a three-dayehngagement at the Plaza Theatre .tomorrow (Thurs day). .i ;Why. a man should leave the safety of his own backyard and go dashing, by .destroyer and plane, to.the South .Pole, has often been a mystery. '-But "The Secret Land," official.film of the U.S. Navy's, recent' Polar expedition, ex plains why. suclih-men woo adven ture. It, is the; supporting film to "Red- Stallion." W ' arner. Bros.' "Johnny Be lindia," co-starring Jane Wyman and Lew Ayres, one of the most -widely-heralded films ever made Sin Hollywood, is announced as the main "attriaction. at the Plaza Theatre" niekt Monday...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

J1:e CI o inptl enfd' With Christmas and New Year just around the cor ner, I must wish the Corn pliments of the Season to all listeners, broadcasters, bobby-soxers, and prize fighters. In conjunction must go sympathy to Desmond. Bradley, Eddie Balmer, Margaret .Holden, Bob Dyer, Mr. Chifley, and Mr. Morgan, all of whom suffered in the closing weeks of 1949. May their pain ease. So happy listening, folks, and don't forget the good cause for which Banks and the KZ boys plug so hard' on Christmas Day! THE STANDARD, Vednesday, ecember 21, 1949.-PAGE 3. S' 1949 has been a notable year in Melbouirie theatri cal history. An invasion of top-line oversea stars, plus gallant efforts by Australians to step into line with these accomplished people, has resulted in entertain ment of world standard in Melbourne theatres. A return season by the Italian Grand Opera Co., a season by the Stratford-on-Avon Players, the appear ance of Robert Morley in "Edward My Son," Australia's greatest play to date,...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

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SCOUT DISTRICT NEWS ANNUAL CAMPS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

SCOUT DISTRICT NEWSv (By "Long Ow1?') ANNUAL CAMPS From Boxing Day till early in the New Year most local Troops will. be camping. The First Mor dialloc. Troop is gohlig to 1luthei glen to camp on the River Mur ray, whilst the First Mentone Troop will journey to Boolarra. The First' Cheltenliam Troop )?iili caup onri. the Tarwin River at l[eeniyan. Other local Troolii .may also be in camp at 'Ballarat anld Daylesford CUB COUNCIL Last Friday evening at meeting of Cu'bmiist·rs .was held. at Men tone: under the chairmanship of Assistant District Commissioner, l?r. E. B. Taylor. A. constructive dlsctisslon took place aid. an en joyable evening wound up with a deliglitful- spper. The District 'Commissioner presented: AMr. J. E. Carter, of the First Mordialloc Pack, with his warrant as Assis ti nt Cubmitaster. FIRST" MORDIA'LLOC S.The F.'First Mordialloc Group held. its final meeting at' the Troop Den. last Friday night." Mr. Ron ald Saw, of Chelsea,. was pres ented" w ith his warrant as A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

ALTERATIONS-REPAIRS PAINTING OR DECORATING Bring Your Wants to E. WOODHOUSE : Vera Street. Frankaton. Do You Have A Shower of Blessing Every Sunday M:orning at 8.15 a.m. 3XY? THE BEST IN LMEN S WEAR ..· . ._ .,· ,i .~g . . .

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[?]G THE TRAILS WITH JOHN WOOLSTENCROFT [?] Pioneer Story of Frankston Couple [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

THE TANARDj~eimda, Dcembr 2, 1949.-PAGE 7. g TRAIH WIHJ OOLS TENCROF pioneer Story of Frankston Couple S(By, L. V '* , _IU;-DGE) Sthat I have never in all that time eiedlghtfi l couple, or heard a more amaz toldgto me last Friday by Mr. and Mrs. in teir comfortable, new home at Vic in t where they have been. living in ent for the past two years. They told pioneering adventure and courage Bradford (England) over the: Missouri a prairie of Nebraska, U.S.A., then far Swindjammer to steadfastly endure, sur over the tragic ruins of no less than inland bush fires. But here is the stor3y was born on Janu at of the ide. hen young ars old, he ts and six oneer fam ie of Neb they took er the In n off it by there, the float their the great huge barge. 's parents hogs. The the produc to be ship in Chicago, t, he learn arge quant were sent es to Eng ie hog was as "Belfast bacon), and ere it sold lors. of pioneers to grow as ssible for to sell the hich went e in a con of farming xtreme Ne rible .c...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 21 December 1949

BIRTH   WILSON (Hatfield).—On Dec.   13, to Peg. and Cec. (Curly), a daughter, Brenda Margaret. ENGAGEMENTS ROBINSON—McNAMARA.—     The engagement is announced pf Margaret Elizabeth, eldest   daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Robinson, Eramosa Rd., Som- erville, to Albert Francis (Dan- ny), of the R.A.N. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. D. McNamara, of Dean's Marsh.       BEREAVEMENTS   DUNK.--The family of the late Mrs. Dunk wish to thank all   kind friends for telegrams,     cards, floral tributes and per- sonal expressions of sympathy   tendered to them in their re- cent bereavement; also Dr. Phipps, and Sister Broughton.   Will all please accept this as   personal thanks.     —Balcombe Street, Frankston. MRS. ROY and her BROTHERS wish to Thank all kind friends for telegrams...

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