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ST. BEDE'S COLLEGE DE LA SALLE (Malvern) v ST. BEDE'S (Mentone) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 December 1939
ST. BEDE'S COLLEGE DE LA SALLE (Malvern) v ST. BEDE'S" (Mentone) . E-landball.-Doubles competition. Senior: Beasley and Weale (Men.) d Pardon and Rees, 21-8. Under 15: (Grace and Roux (Men.) d Rees and lanks, 21-5... .Under 1.14: Dinsmore and Tip.pett lost` to Davis and O'Con nell (Mal.), T4-15. Under 33: Mc Ua:uley and Cl:tdry (Men.) d O'Connell and .Dwyer. 15-8. Under 12: Spil lane and Guthridge (Men.) d Dwyer an'd Renwick, 11-2. Under 11: Sulli van and Spillane (Men.) d Hamnipton and Craig, 11-5,. `Singles cdmpeti tion.-Senior: Beasley lost to Pardon (Mal.), 16-21. Under 15: Rou:: (Men.) d Rees, 15-13.' Under 14: 'l'ippett (Men.) d Davis, 15-1.4. Un ider 13: ,McCauley lost to O'Connell (Mal.), 13-15. Under 12: Spillane lost to Dwyer (Mal.), 9-11; Cotter lost to Vickery (Mal.), 5-11. Under 11: Sulilvan lost to Hampton (Mal.). 7-11; Spillane .(Men.) d Craig; 11-4: Totals: S.B.C., 184: D.L.S.C., 143. .'ennis.-Doubles.-Senior: Q,.nn; :and NVeale - (Men.) d Gardner and D'Arcy; 6/3. Un...
TRAIL RIDING MOONLIGHT OUTING. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 December 1939
TRAIL RIDING MOONLIGHT OUTING. The Frankston Riding Club con ducted its first moonlight trail .,o the season : on .Saturday Shortly before moonrise, a laige number of lady and gentlemen,equest rians assembled at the Beach streem railway crossing and judging by the happy chatter, a great night's fur seemed assured. Under the leadership of:. Mr. D Robinson, the club president; ..the troop, followed by several motor and horse vehicles (conveying socia members and provisions for a. sup, per) proceeded along Beach street and turned .left into-.Cranbourne Rd., which was followed for some miles before the Langwarrin country \w?s reached. After completing. a tour'-o this district's sandy riding tracks and road, the troop arrived, at the fascin ating old Smith's Hall,.-.and horses were tethered in the yard. The trail iternary included a datice, so riders and social members soon set about to make merry to the strain~' of the riding dlllb's own bush,, -band, co prising accordeon, drums;. cymba...
C GRADE BEAUMARIS v FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 December 1939
CGRADE BEAUMARIS v -FRANKSTON Frankston, first innings.-F. Hill 2, Ansell 1, Morris 6, T. Evans 0, Gaylor 1, Morgan 0, Austin not out 1; D. Hill 0, Evans absent 0, Beecroft absent 0, Osmond, absent 0, sundries 3--Total, 14. Bowling:- J. Cameron 4/.7, Reefer 2/5. Frankston, second innings.--Morris 6, Gaylor 0, F. Hill 5, T. Evans not out) 0, D. Hill 1, Ansell 2, Morgan 11, sundries 3.-Six for 37. Bowling: J. Cameron 1/11, C. Re'efer 5/19. Beaumaris, first innings.-A. Came ron 3, J. Cameron not out 37, Clarke not out 23, sundries 4.-One (dec.) for 67. Bowling: Morgan 1/11, F. Hill 0/3, Gaylor .0/21, Morris 0/16, Ansell 0/8, D. Hill--0/5.
MOORABBIN v FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 December 1939
MOORABBIN v FRANKSTON M'oorabbin, first innings.-T. Mc Aliece 34, A. Linnett 0, H. Provis 2. S. Yates 0, R. Fountain 6. D. Murnane 7. W. Hewitt 9, W. White 7, R. Nisbet 15, F. Tait not out 0, L. Hunter 1, sundries" 1, sundries 12.-Total, 93. Bowling: Johnson 4/10, Lovitt 2/23, Richards 0/24, Cass 2/12, Clapham 2/12. Frankston, first innings.--L. Legge 18, J. Cass 4, H. Clapham , W. Rich ards 1, W. Prendergast 14, K. Lovitt 0, E. Johnson 7,, sundries G.-S~ien for 56. Bowling: Hunter 2/12, Provis 5/32, Fiuntain 0/6.
CRICKET FRANKSTON - GLENHUNTLY ASSOCIATION (Notes by Mid-on) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 December 1939
-0----- u . . °.td ? , t, FRANKSTON - GLENHUNTLY Is ASSOCIATION e" tl (Notes by Mid-on) gi The fifth round of matches was be- w gun in ideal weather. In the A grade hi the match of the round, Parkdale and ss Cheltenham, promises to- be a thril- 1i, ler: Cheltenham, batting first,. were h( out' for .55. Arch Pallant was in de vastating form, getting eight for 17 h, and two for five in Cheltenham's sec- ol ond innings, who are, two for 14. rc Parkdale in their first. innings were hi only able to get 61, mainly due to the ri great bowling of the veteran, Wally ay Rose, who got seven for 15. R. Tate 2 (Ormond) got top score for the grade, ,, making 48. In the B grade, Fitzsimmons (Chel sea A.N.A.) got going again, making in highest score for the grade with 59. ki Vlith the bowlers, ME. Johnston (Frankston) and W. Staff shared the honors, both getting four for 10. t C grade batting honors went to C. Tilley (Heatherton), who with splen did defence .and hard hitting, got f several sixes in...
MENTONE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 December 1939
; MENTONE CLUB On: Saturday. some 50 children Wer instructed-,in. some of theo 0ore ele mentary' points 'of life saving, an? most of'them. are now pfrogresei very satisfa6tory towards taklin their first award. On Sunday a tean went through their surf work, a. are, now, ready to take l.flr reel anR line award. '. This week,, on Tuesday at 8 P. frl, on Sunday at 3.30 P.m-. the ldlo will commence: surf work. ad all those over 15 :and 'holding the bro?l? medallion are : asked to take note. The' captain ' has asbed us to o* nounce that' the first. prActce ?or ??I march past willhe ,bhd el n ..d afternoon, 10th minst. ' .
HAT THE LIFE SAVERS ARE DOING IMPORTANT EDITHVALE DISPLAY [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 December 1939
T THE LIFE SAVERS' ARE DOING -0 IMPORTANT EDITHVALE DISPLAY (By First Linesman) ithvale beach will be the scene much activity on Sunday after i when the new surf rescue drill be officially denonstrated. All s between Frankston tand Men have been invited to attend,-and rge turn-up .is anticipated. The onstration will commence at .3 ck, . filar displays of the new drill be given at "Half Moon' Bay, Es ade and Williamstown on the edate. No doubt clubs will take e time to settle down toj the new dilons, and instructors will prob Shave a headache before things working smoothly again. In fu , the drill will be known as the and line competition;;but popular e.will probably..shorten, it to, the and L." event.. Itls interesting note that the same event -is usu termed the It. and R..competition Surf Association circles. Mention the Sydney 'body brings to mind fact that the proposed tour of toria by the South Coast surf team been cancelled on account of pre t conditions, whilst the return t of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 December 1939
:ant Ads.. Cost. Less and Get Results W Want-Ad. Costs. . for 14 Words :e our Newsagent THE STANDARD" WANT ADS. Phone Frankston 6. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1939 PAGE 0KB, It Pays to use the WANT ADS. I. 0'DBRIWN GRAIN, PRODUCE, EGG" ' .MERCHANT Public Market, Wells St., Frankston. NONE: Frankston 10... fter :Hour s, Somerville 264., ---- - - -- " :... Polly Feed .... .... ... ...; 3/9 St '.O5 ':: 42 3/11 -Barley Meal, cwt. .. .... 5/9 eart, F . .. 6/6 Rice Meal, cwt. .. .... 6/9 'ard, B. ,. 5/ Meggittes Meal 10/9 ia Mealbueh. .... ... /6 Chaff,. prime:. ... .. 4/9, 5/ dseol" Meal .... .:- ..;..~ / .~ Cow haif ..... ...? L... .... ize 6/4 Cr-" .::.6/6, r Super,:..;;4/1. i? ... .... 3/ e i..· li r~.: t :,/10 Growing Mash;..,. .. r;. .....7/9 Sruhed 2s '6/6 Di-Cal-Sie .. ,, rush 2. s . ....... . . ... . ... . . .... ... .... 8/3 bed Grain,, 1501bs,,,. .....12/6.. Laying Mash .... ....... ......... 6/6 ar Laying Mashes %are p~r6pared" from .the'&.best ingredients by actical poultry f...
THE TURF EPSOM SELECTIONS (By Espy) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 December 1939
THE TURF EPSOM SELECTIONS (By Espy) 1.45-CHELTENHAM HURDLE Dornford .. .. .. . 1 Wihernside: .. .. .. . 2 Bas Rhin . . ..: 3 2.15-MURRAY HANDICAP . First Division Sun Valley ... . 1 Nocturne ..... .. . 2 Mishuni . ... . . 3 2.45--MURRAY HANDICAP Second Division Paramon .. .. ... . Elated ... .. 2 : Benolive . . ... .... 3 3.15-MANUMBAR IAN DICAP Muraille. ... _. . . ... Sir Romeo ....... .... El Reo.. 3 i.45--EPSOM CUP lBeaustone 1 Teiiple Coyn . El Bruno . . 3 415 PARKDALE WELTE " n .Con B ur n Varner ,." 3 445--TANTI ANDICA *Magic Circle Red Morn lordi Windburra * .
THE SILVER SCREEN NEW MENTONE AND PARAMOUNT. MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 December 1939
THE ·SILVER SCREEN -0- NEW MENTONE AND PARAMOUITNT. MORDIALLOC. Appearing at 'both the above thea tres on Saturday and Monday next are Eleanor Powell: and Robert Young in Honolulu .(for general ex hibition). A madcap, musical hurri cane as devastating as a South Seas' typhoon and as captivating ~\s a Ha waiian moon., The supporting fba. ture is Roland Young and Constanoe Bennett in'Topper Takes a Trip (for general exhibition), Hold your sides. everybody, here comes Topper again with his spook girl friend hounding him all the way from Park avenue to the French Riviera. Eveit funnier than Topper, the picture that rockndl the world. On Tuesday and Wednesday Flor ence Rice and-.Ann' Rutherford will be seen in Four Girls .in White (not suitable for general exhibition). She set her nurse's- ca. for' a.ricli doctor, but the dramatic call of disaster won for her his love. On the same Ipr gramme is They Drive by Night (not suitable for general exhibition), with Elmlyn Williams and Ann Konsta...
SUPERVISED PLAY Visit to Frankston of Playgrounds Association [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 December 1939
SUPERVISED PLAY Visit to Frankston of 'Play~rounds Association More than 200 childi'en from the Frankston State School were treated to supervised play at the children's playground, Beauty Park, yesterday afternoon by' play-leaders * of the' Playgrounjl and Recreation Associa tion of Victoria. The children revelled, in the' games organised for " their amusement :by the instructors, who had at their 'disposal the equipment installed 'at the park by' the: council. Officials of-the association, who-inj cluded the organising' secretary (Miss E. -D. Kelsall-, Dr Duras, of the Mel-' bourne University, and the hon. trea surer (Mr A. M. Teare), were enter tained at luncheon' at the' municipal golf clubhouse by the shire president (Cr, A. -M. Heath) .They 'expressed pleasure at the ideal .surroundings of. the park, and the fine position?.and service atthe' clubhouise., ,. . The council is to be' ongratulated in taking a lead among. suburban municipalities in seeking the co-ope ration of the P...
CARRUP-CARRUP SOLD [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 December 1939
S..CARRUPCARRUP SOLD' There 'was a splen~li attendance on 'Saturday;when Carrup-Carrup, the o1-l ginal home of the late Captain Baxter' one of the ?rioneer estates' of the di~ trict. was auctioned' by Mir G. G. Auis tln, of Bay street, Frankston., After spirited bidding the estate, which comprises 326' acres, became the pro perty. of two well-known Somerville residents. ' The price realised was £ 0/10/ ann acre.
CHRISTMAS FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 December 1939
:CHRISTMAS FARE. The Bay Cottage Tea Rooms, well known for their Christmas, New Year and birthday cakes, are now accept ing orders for delicious home-made plum =uddings, made of the best in gredients. They also stock a large range of delicious biscuits,' block cake and other dainties. OBTAIN your timber,, iron; cement bricks and all building requirements at competitive rates from Central Timber Yard.
R.S.L. WAR SERVICE FUND (VICTORIA) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 December 1939
R.S.L. WAR SERVICE FUND (VICTORIA)" A meeting of Melbourne represen tative ex-soldier business and profes sional men, held at Anzac House on October 16, decided unanimously :to .form a fund for the purpose of sup lplying comforts ,to soldiers. in canip anid: on. active service overseas,; and of providing entertainm'ent or such other seivice as may help towards making the lot of the soldiers more pleasant. - Speakers were unanimous in'de claring, that ex-soldiers, because* of their knowledge of .the needs of the men in camp and their. knowledge, too; of what the men oxperienced during the last war, were eminently fitted to organise the supply of. com forts on this occasion. • T~x-soldiers knew, a apeq.ker said, the shortcom ,ingd and the disappointments suf fered in the. :last war, and the bitter memory was a spur to vigilance and effort on' thisn occasidon. : The Red Cross would cater ,for' the sick and wounded: the W.S. Fund would en deavor to look after the interests,:and welfare ...
GALA CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 8 December 1939
GALA CONCERT. Considerable interest has been aroused by the announcements of the granc gala concert to be held at Smnith's- Hall, `Langwarrin, in aid of the. A.I.F. Comforts Fund; on Thurs day next, December 14, at 8 p.m.' The cast has been rehearsing as siduously for several weeks past, and now all is in readiness for a brilliant programme of spectacular scenes, and musical and choral items. In addition to the many clever'ar tists whose names appeared in last wgek's "Standard," will be. the per formance by Miss Alma Joseph, a talented Melbourne artist, of several humorous sketches. Special lighb ing and scenic effects will be fea tures of the .production. The con cert' will be followed by supper, and a dance will conclude what promises to be a memorable occasion.. The admission price for this won derful night will be only 1/6. . The programme is under the direction of Mr. Leo. Collins, L.R.S.M., London' A bus will leave' Wheeler's 'Corner, Frankston, at 7.30 p.m_, returning af ter ...
RED CROSS ACTIVITIES THANKS FROM HEADQUARTERS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 15 December 1939
RED CROSS ACTIVITIES -0~-- THANKS FROM HEADQUARTERS Word has been received from head quarters that the parcels of garments sent up from the Frankston and Hast ings branch of the Red Cross last week has arrived safely, and the stores otficer congratulated Mrs Taya lor.on the quality of the work. in a letter from Miss Philadelphia Robertson to the hon. secretary (Mrs Pearse), Miss Robertson, in acknow ledging the cheque for £100 sent in to headquarters from the Frankston and Hastings branch. `says:; -"This money will be- applied :towards the equipping of the.Red Cross unit. con nected with the First Expeditionary Forces of the Second A.I.F.. Your help will do much to assist us in achieving success." . In last week's report of the Somer ville" group acknowledgment of. dona tions from Messrs G. and A. Brun ning were not included. This error we hasten to, rectify as we under-, stand from the Somerville Group lea der (Mrs Binder) that these two gen tlemen have done much to.assist with the...
LONG LINE IN BOAT FISHERMAN FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 15 December 1939
LONG LINE IN BOAl FI.SHERMAN FINED. At the Frankston Court on Tues day, before Messrs. Grant. Wells anc Gray (chairman) J's.P., John Brigigh lio. fisherman, of Bay street, Frank ston, was charged with having-neglec ted at Frankston, on October 17, tc observe the provisions of a procla mnation made under the Fisheries Acts. on December 15..1937. in that he did take a boat with a long line on board onto the waters of Port Phil lip Bay during the period from Sep. tember 1, each year,' to April 30 next following. Brigighlio pleaded guilty. Senior inspector James : Moore Clift told the court that he was in company with another officer at 1. a.m. on October 17 when he saw de fendant come into the' Kananook Creek in his boat. There was a net on the stern of the boat. When the boat was inspected, a long line was found under the net. He had ques tioned. defendant" who had' said 'he was"moving from t`he place where he used to live and was carrying the line to his new place of residence. Conti...
MT. ELIZA A.W.N.L. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 15 December 1939
MT. ELIZA [ A.W.N.L. I would:.like to report the work done by members of. the Mount Eliza branch A.W.N.L. of the Australian Comforts. Fund. Since ,my -last report the branch has~ sent to the head ofce of the fund 1500. cigarettes, tobacco to the value of £2, 38 pairs sox, 4 pullovers, 11 scarves, 1 pair mittens, 2 large, parcels& illustrated, papers, bulletins and books, 13 Christmas hampers, 1 game and to the. Red Cross, 11- pairs sox and one parcel of linen. A very successful American tea \yas held on December 8, at which the sum of £7/4/6 was raised, also £1/10/6 from the sale of a dressing jacket made and donated by Mrs. C. Glissan, the luckylnumber in this was held by Mrs. Vance. Donations were received at:this meeting fromi Mr. W F. .;iLasgdon, Missn 'Rede, Mrs. Ileroy Clapp and Mrs.iVance.. Sore^- J.. V. DETMOLD, St President Mount Eliza Branch. ii"I
LANGWARRIN STATE SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 15 December 1939
-STATE SCHOOL CONCERT. The Langwarrin State School held li :.Smith's, Hail on. Thursday- night. December 7, was. a great: success. Proceeds7were for the Xmas treat and nchool 'funds. :Pupils:- provided the vhole, of the concert programme. They: were traiied by their 'teacher (Miss Shearer)'to whom great credit ist `due -'M- : esdamnes -Calder" and: Mur ray ~vwere the accompanists.: The large audience greatly appre ciated the playlets and sketch which. were- very' well -acted. :The infants ;were especially good. The girls' man nequin parade was something a little out of.the ordinary and created much amusement. The whole programme was well performed. Supper and dancing followed, for which music was played by Mr. Appleton, with Mr. W. Cain, M.C. The proceeds from the concert were more than £6.